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Nazi Threat Of Submarines [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

Nazi< Th. reat ;Of Submarines •:',BERIN, Thursday:'i The officinal Gemrnian newsagency thl ratne an iln tensificatoln of: the submarine war it.l sasY :t t lhat iltiotnl crews- aIndl the completed siltmdininet fleet will tow ? oicentitate their a·ctivites on Btritisli:,sea routes;, "esl?ecially as tit ports bof easteii E'glitgind are alrteady blockeid"

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR SAVINGS Formation Of Groups [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

WAR SAVINGS Formation Of Groups The decision-of several Goul ,burri fliimsi shop assistants, of" riflee workers: and othersi tob;:formn ru: Irps' for thie ,purpiose of pur 'chasfig Group VWar. Certificates is p.iroviiig 'extreiiieftre popllar.. and.ilit is ceonserv.itlvely estlinated 'th(llat within: the niext few weeks l more thaf ,'30 Iididvidial grouls' : ?villl be, opei-ting.;: a, faiyo the groulPs: inow in opera tilos 'inhh niot restmlctedli nembershiip to theIo pa.rtleular localities, and as ai r.esult nume0rois iesidents in vari ous pasts: of- the: ihinficipleliity are wiilci ng? a ]hoen:ai -d practiei ainiterest in the,. scfme;, i,;h'ichl seeils .destined to lilay an . Important :;lart. In the city's \geiser-i w.i effot:.rt . .:l3y: the .inmposltioni of ao weekly aiid foritnilghtly levy, rangling from sixpence" to two shillilmgs per mein ber the groupsii ;are plesilged to pur chase- cerltificates:: for :'the d,:uration of: the war.': These certificates are issued for 16/ wit...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Everywhere Anti-U-Boat Training. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

From Everytwhere ,nti-U-Iloat Training. A .numlber of officers ?and.rating5 specially trained ' in Australia feor anti-submnlarine work 'are:'ogi sert. ing in trawlers': nd ?othe"~slinilar units in the Royaln ,i y ThIs was stated by the Na:vy Deipariutelit. War Loan. :.[ , Three inivestulenit'' ' alling £1,100,000 were . Tade ,'in-Sdney y~s terday in the niidwe Cmmsonwealth war loan of £0,000,000000Twenty-seven euo. stantin I s:'lbseilptioss'. fi~eonim -other Stlates totaille d 1 (.00 .' 0 : Scarlet Fever. . ··. It was dlisclreil todayi thliat .there are still 26.-siuailet tfevei ?::cases is Isolatidon at tlie-IDistiict'-?fHosDit(l. The ,latest adliitted s:is'ai-fiv l .ear-es-d o girl residling with ';IlherI' :parentl at Bradforidville. Slie wasn: takeil-. to hos. pital yestei day. 1ReftIgee Childen American ships mnay be usod to bring :eft?ugee children? to Anhstralla from war-stridckei Etiropeanii coun tries. The Pri'neMlinister, (Mr: Men ,les) tolh MIr. Anthoiny (C.P. N.S.W;) in ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trotsky's Escape Assassination Is Attempted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

Trotsky's Escape Assassination Is Attempted MfIEXCO CI'I'Y: Leon 'rot .-sk, esiledl lolshlevik leadier, declares that nil ittterniit mnhde to niuiderd:s hhn was- ' organiscdi b,', tlbe (.P.U. (Sovriet. secret .police) ultlder Stall.in's idirect supervi-' • . • . .,.: '; i:/ ? . " : :::-" Setween 30 nid 40":men,a armed with machine-guns 'firedd into Trot Ky's bedr?oii.H Ie .wissiiightlly in .Jured by flyingglanss.::: : Trdtsky says that :liedadti `' ;his wife Natalia '.were <saved :lIyj a "sixth s'ense.' They rolled :'fiom their :beds to the floor . . ' It wasn discovered ::'later thai one of the bullets peierced- the 'pillowv Swhere Trotsky's':head 'had lain.. After bindling' five policemen sti tloned in the grounds, the attacklera machine-gunied the bedroom for a quarter of an hour. They also hurled into thle room tlhermosi 'bottles filled with incen ·LE~oN ISItoT~sKV\ diary liquid, starting two fires,,which Natali extilguished with 'bianket. Trotsky w ias :exiled fromn ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Britain Prepares Defences To Be Manned [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

Britain Prepares Defences To: Be Manned LONDON, Thursday; "There 'is every prospect of anll cily call on the-civil. defences, and ldefences shouldl be fully man ned in sreadiness;' :saidd;, the; SHome.. Secretary, : Sir Joohi An Sderson,: to day:. : '"Members of the Ati HP..:uxiliary, fire and isiieaxillary policei serv'ices shoild remain it:: their . posts funles pecially· released by: theis comimnad The Mihister ',for '.Transpobrt,' Sir Johp R'lith, 'n nosecued that the high way' u.thloritlese -be.gan yesielday. re mgsying, ssgl~ o pos.ts and direction in dlcato.rs, ,1yhic-lwould be valuable totbh-s nemny inthe event of -in " vThe .,Go,?rnment :feel t"bhat the risk of..earlY biodmbing is {real,; said the Minister foir He rlth,' itr., H. Malicdonald, in " broadicast:. ?'e ex pect some..i?idiseerimin!ate and .savage air.attackes .on,ithe indihtral:ecities as our Allies .hase,:experienced. The war will he broughitribtight hoine to this island."

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMAZING STORY TOLD OF HEROIC FIGHTING SOME BELGIANS ARE STILL IN THE BATTLE British Hold Up Germans By Resistance At Calais Troops Retiring On Dunkirk Screened By The Royal Air Force [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

~~~n~~e sa~R~ Ta~LD ~F HER~IC $FIGHTBIIP~G British Ho d Uip Germans By Resistance At Calais Troops Retiring On Dunkirk Screened By The Roy/al Air Force S LONDON, Thursday: "In view of ithe increased Ger man pressure on their northern and southern flanks, the British Expeditionary Force and the French Force have been forced to fall back towards the coast, where ajbattle is oiow raging," the Minister for Information announces. "This operation has been carried out with great skill and daring. Troops not immediately engaged have been evacuated with the assist ance of the Royal Navy. "This operation is proceeding with success, and numbers of troops have already reached this country. The withdrawal and evacuation hive been screened by the R.A.F., who have been constantly engaged with the enemy. "Over 70 enemy aircraft were destroyed and "British troops are operating with the French many others damaged yesterday on this front. . in the sector south of the Somme." "The War Office communique...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY SISTER M. VAUGHAN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

l OBITUARY :7:SISTER M: VAUGHAN . The ldeahil occurlredl elt the Yass :onvent.-. of :.,Sister, Mary :arbara raughiii ,. ;,ho ,wa wirecently-a patient It'f'St '.Johin. -f God: Hospltail, Coul J1rn.1. Sister M.Ba'hrii-iiwaas hlorri in :€;deii~ ~yail:odiiodit'll'ait ;St., Mary's JnvoivnCt;,iiilt St;;Vliincenlt'sa College. 'otl: Point: 'P "ioeht e ein'ed tleio Yas»s 'Jitlate3 38 years ' o':'isB6'.iiid; :. followlng ier RelljOi~i ;PIrofessioii .li 1905,; went Sile' shopntthie .gireiteflr pi it' of her :eligiols lifeo teaching lin thelvarioaus 'nirach. colnvoilts of Mt. Cauiiiil liil .)rlor to hler last illribss wis "stltioned i it Gnllning. Sistei, M. !farbara,a who is survived i by. two. sisters, both 'of' Sydney, was, i grllid-taiighter 'of .the *late' Vice Admiral Nelson, of. the Royal Na:vy. e Docause of the eonllstment of .manl State Public servants the IPublic Ser vice Board is preparing a 'plan to extend working hqours inl the servicu so that tile remainlin g stafts'cal' cope with...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY'S LEAGUE MATCH Men Who Will Play For Coast [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

SUNDAY'S LEAGUE MATCH " Men Who Will Play For Coast If the weather remains favour- - able, it is expected :that a big"* crowd will be present at Rugby League Park 'on Sunday :to see:: the Country Week ".elimination : name. between Southernland odcth ; Coast. SPublisihed bielow -io. elo 1or?-skeolches i?lcttig.' to li ets ot itbut:b Cofsti : J (iP 7) pi-yo '' II eogoltm "selo' eplce Li i as 1f!iri bac played hilL oia?y i ;tSn?bd it'inlt. ?ei?'at,' th lnli t?f'hteitf?,: ii i'r-},h eis tan",id:x~ei.ni t goNil kiclcon bilnt (at .tfat iattn hii i . :iiai th eoio t ,eat ne tii: ,4'are e.t ' ,l kntod t)})-iattoi; af)ter:: s e;,eral ;':qteirlii:":ie' formIoanmcea?,- theteamiestnte. :{ i aRl.t':' : andl ?..Nblaniii:. hav : iomft l.f66h' S:Gotat pipo to':iltlaeri i:-fo yriiat hiei Ther li?clY d ieg.and _s rfo'oti tt:tlltat RNclenilsonhit mitcheilllant g ataiiclii p vi: .Seih elis, egBalm tih.. anht f ... "hi b~~iiry43ailkstown :. E~Rica~:grid( phived r ttWesternoisi'n fisbs: a'"few: tsea'sos ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Offer To Minister For Air Goulburn Can Train Skilled Men [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

Offer To Minister For. Air Goulburn Can Train Skilled Men As a result of a meeting of sev eral citizens yesterday, presided over by the Mayor, Aid;. M'anion, the following telegram was sent to the Minister foi.Air, Mr. Fair bairn. ".Goulburri is prepared to train 100 fitters and machinists.for the Air Force, starting next week -150" if necessary. "All facilities avaiiable at local :: : Technical : College. .Anxiously1 await your approval and permis slon to call for local recruits." 4. fiirtliei telegramn was sent to: the Mihister foii Education, it. -Drum-. mond,~ setting' .ont' what the .Mayoir, wbho i. also chalrman of the Goulburn Technical Advisory Commnittee,' had done iindl statini, that ithad been aS sumed .he vwould give his permissidn: to::this being carriied out iin Goulbuirn. The. offer was the direct outcomhe of tlie statements madle, by Ministers; flintt llcey cannot get skltilled menias mechaniic. Goulburn has now offered to.see ito it thlt lt least 100 men will bhe tl...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIFT AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

IFT A NTEo N OON A 590 paib han gift azftei noon will bc' 1 hell in St; ,Nichdlas; Ch1u:li Hall on Thursday. afternoon in aid of the Childrien's .homne. Good 'pir is are offeredl and thereI will be a musical p)rogramllnme. See advei tisement.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Drive For Recruits GOULBURN RALLY PROPOSED Committee Formed PUBLIC MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

~riy$ Fear ~eerui-ts GOUL$BURN RALLY PROPOSED Committee Formed PUBLIC MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT Appointed at a public meeting held at the Town Hall last night, the Goulburn Recruiting Committee lost no time in getting down to busi n:?ess;, and among the suggestions discussed for givivmg impetus to the drive for men was a plan to stage a rally on thelines of that held in Syd ney during the week. ' Efforts will be made, as the result of a resolution cairied at the public meeting,, to have a inilitary calmpl established in. Goullurn, as the con census "'of opinioi,.was, that this would 'domoi's e towards, encouraging i'ecruiting than. -any: appeal -:that might be made from a platform. -: At the odutiet of the meeting,, the Ma~ior, Aild. T:i.P. . MBidloni, :siilde it cleai? that :it had .been convened in response to an apeal? made by the officesrin cihhaige of :ti'e Eastern-s Coin mand;.. Iieit-Gefieai.al, Sturdee, and haid not: '.been: calldd by .tle: -City Cbuncil. IThe Mayorg expressed...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jolt Injured Car Passenger [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

Jolt Injured Car Passenger Mrs. XV. Mlcintyre- of 55 FPri c"ib.:: :.Sl?cet,: Bri ght-le-Sadds" sei?ug h tf:ilmhbtihbfc''.iicfi d :''iie d I alb, .'ssistdiancefin Goulblitia .Wdisteriyd'l is tiersilt of ouaiiio butii rislttis sity re-was-a',bisseuga on10 hi ii ta:t r le i ow anit .l-j€,h i?!ea~if camo-?to -a. -~h'iilt"-so"ud:?fdlenly "vere'thlrown ablioti M? s Mclntyrc, vlihwiafis ihe frost seat, was hurled iw, !clnil a iheiirght leg which ap ';arently sicck.,thl dash-board, was ititl.iinim wvas ~ 'lter liaten t ta " It ouli' u rn?''ctoi.. : .:, ? ' '

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over Inch Of Rain In May [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

O.erinch Of ? ain In May Four polIts of/rain reised dur1 Ie Ihe. showei s inil Goulburin"L yestei? 'a iiy oriifiog ,brought ftih iitall t eorat te -24ho irelend ; at: 8: d'clock last;ii tdi oi.tt 1 o ts., . :Alth oughl 1th Ma riiifl for the past fwl yars lisas beeaTutcorn p a.rat i v y .':?:?:ligh?:- .;i2 8yno ,::pdlii tiS ?' l~: :r' L Sl:e'ie1-thtnt??+:ihb~l ':,Ifthfocu? rer:' resipbninllng mo;'moifjl ' ng,60:??h of9 n t00 : e I po lits Ver( o:'T.";is:m nT g morn;in lofw etnpi.uret .: as v ii? I ecor de th e n ridcu tr droping Ito-Si degrees "?+; Fo "1 ob llowlngit:hesihi owei yesterday, fn o ny'i 1lae(u Ii?ine adsunn t iwer'. ivlted to-day-. "'I 'i

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

M~ARKE-iI.PI PRICES~ i.i-~ ?':The '?Austrslhan Wbs+.V a t fla?'Btu~' uotaton lo aot~wta tu alteied toitO t v Old -,l/,, -iter ')t:ls''ited , /L/.,t :~l unisd4iba;ge ,?+:?inlll?+: loesl£1 ,165/9 mize .?n?l/9L tP~ifo1i5/: cie'ese )Ifl?r1 to6 1/ ?2 ldonev i -4oi,+.?'lttdt'o,7tl on 6i Onis;: £10i .to g£12"plhuff".--?,g fi.: 3/3 'to 5/, ~tte~is4/a:5/,: lmucerne, 0/3 to 9/; 11 auteo )1/b to ,o 1,/9 lucerne, 1/ to, O ,/ . . , ,

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Year May Be Record [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

Hsoplata Year May Be Record .In the ,ast five imlontlis a-: .daily averlagc:"of 110 piatients : ihas been mantintainld a:thl Dis-. tlctilt? Hospitali aiid: thie indilici Stion aire: tliat th i:a.?veiage for, 't;he 12. tionthls CcniidC Ion Juni. "30"of thi?..~si"n will :ell above:'the century,: iimark tliere- . .':b: cantli·ig a ?r.cori . Since Juetar?y .the minoitihly datily average has incrased steadily Ithe flsures, for Alpril and May :,beitg 119 and-11i8 respeotively.. ! 'It :-s estlin-tted thati the i'sititu Liowi,"l'111, have to maintain a '- .daily average'' df 109 for Juie lfi'thf cen' tury :mark li:for 12 ltnoitliis is ito 'bo exceeded. ': " ;' : :, SFrom: Juitti last -yeari to lisay; this year: the daily~ anv;erage is' aiiroxr?i msately 99. y : It is belleved at She ? jmotrity o the 26 scaslet fever p tleats will remnain. at flio iastlitfoip for the nexl few Weels.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

~JOWHERE con be highly recomme to l? t tthe Great Souo n Hotel ( plet.ely remodell, 7-723 e Strcet, Sydne? e f? Cenl hailway Sta tlo opposit Uwso Place). 13d a l rrakfto ftom /. ollher mntols ptonal. U 2.1 LEN, Licensee. Phone M2165-6-7. Advertising in the Evening l'ost plys.! THElRE'S always congestion il brtsises. S- Sloant's Linimnent gently patSted on, quickly i helps .... rlieve .this critgestion. Ea. follows and , of the tissu & hastened. B Ht hUve Sloan's yio ready in e? acets. And rem r -it's a n edy for stiffness, fls ICK and chest co too! Use Sloa.'s, neiFghbours for prompt relief fro n Ig bago, na and other une aches and ains. Only 1/9. PA 5B Forp?he first ime--A COUGH MIXTURE CONTAINING AN IMMUNISING A-NTCI-OLD VACCINE (TAKIEN THROUGH THE MOUTH) S By a remarkable"scientific technique Edin burgh Laborafory Chemtists have been able to incporprise LANTIGEN "A" in Cough Mixturefortn. The usual bottl?f LANTI SGEN "A" for £1/1/- contait 17 c.c. of the vai cine. Thiis i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREYHOUND RACING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

GREYHOUND RACING After l lengthy respite, tile Gol burn Sh0ow' Coursing Club will con dlni a, mnotillg at the slhowgIluOnltl I-morrnow night. Miore than 70 dogs hIve Ibeen onctedll for the ]rloglrlnlune, the majority comillng from outside cell' · eS. Tile provision of fircs "I. the grI'ound entsu les the com/lolrt of lpatrons., ani it is explcted that the meeting will ldrlw t good attendance. The iro. irnmnle was o tulblishetl yeslerdoy.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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HOCKEY NOTES AND COMMENTS West Ward Reveals Old-Time Form By Defeating Kenmore ZONE CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

HOCKEY NOTES .AND COMMENTS West Ward Reveals Old-Time Form By Defeating Ken more ' ZONE CARNIVAL P!ny in (l<le A Grade nicn's hlockey comipetitiori last Satulr (day lfeantrled a siudden return to form by West, who defeateds their Imore favoured opponents, Kemnnore, by six goals to nil. West's short and snappy passing soon 'had 'Kenmore puzzled.- The 'latter, however, .were :greatly weak ened by thde absence of McAleer, Hilirell 'andl Conley--all 'stalwar't. of the tem. - :: N. ".:r.1eis, proylng a tower of strength to West this seasbn. .Against Kenmore last week" ho netted three times,: while, the week previously :lie scord West's only two goals in their match against North. K. Menzies made a' welcoine re appearance for West .last -:week by scoring two goalsi In: Funfiell-.Jen -lings and Menzies .West havoe a for midable trio. The annual zonde carnival arainged by the New South Wales', Hockey AssociationH will be ~i-yed i'n Syidney from Jun"e *15 0to Tliu:ne . 17 .':. : Z...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GOLF AT GUNNING Stroke Competition Played [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

GOLF AT GUNNING Stroke Competition Played A large field took part in the 18 holes stroke competition played on Sunday last. The winner was E. Hal lani, who has played very consistent golf throughout the season. The lead Ing scores were: E. ,Hallam, 88, 20, 68; O. G. Oak ley, 87, 16, 71; A. H. Lyell, 102, 30, 72; L. G. latoup, 110, 836, 74; C. J MlcLaren, 9G; 22, 74; H. Medway, 105, 30, 75; .1. Lawton, 102, 27, 75; J. C. Brlce, 96, 20, 76; A. E. J. HIllIan, 92, 18, 76; W. E. W'eeks, 104, 27, 77; C. A.' M. Dyce, 95, 18, 77; R. Hallam, 94, 16, 78; R. Clark, 98, 1i, 82; A. E. tateup, 106, 24, 82; J. Moore, .109, 24 85. On .Sundlay next Mr. J. E. Buteup's trophy will be decided over 18 holes; also Mr. . W. Itobertsolln'S trophy for best eclectic score over 10 Sundays will bie cominlenced. No entrance fee will be charged for this competition, but a fee of threepncce will be charged to replace a score at any hole dturing he duration of th1 cornm petiti

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ESCAPED FROM BELGIUM Young Medical Student [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

ESCAPED FROM BELGIUM Young Medical Student Cecil Alpen, . .Belgian-born " Australian,- whose .escape from the Nazis' was. reported in yes-: terday's, Post, is' the' nephew of :;: 'Mrs. W. E.. Hunt, of ,76 Clinton : Street, Gdulburn.' . A -19-year-old me'dical student,' he was serving with a Red Cross: inii. when the;Nazis invaded Brussels, bui he managed ·to:.esca'pe and'?:fially reached HEnglaid, where he '' wallked into Australia 'House, London, and told a graphic' account of his. escape. At that fimie hei had. no niews of his paren~ts,. M r'.' and: Mis' George Al'pen: SMr.' George: Alpedn :lwho is Mrs.-. Hunt's biother, lived in- Sydney; foIr" some years before going abroad .Duri nig, the. Great WWa.r he swas living. in Belgium and nothing was, heard of him frdii- the time :of th?' Ger: man .invasion until after; the Armis tice wass signed.'-, : . His soin Cecil; ;whose :!photograph appeared." ih yesterday's Post,; wvas studying at a Berlin University prlor to* the .outbrelak of ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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