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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

HODSKP AINTJ51J, DECORATOR, PAPERHARGER, GIxAZIEE, AKD . ^IGNWBITEH, . ... Thirimere. My work will stand -inspection and my charges are strictly moderate. ESTIMATES SUPPLIED. j CURE ALL 8»VE DOCTORS1/ 1 ILLS. ' BILLS.' ;.??? H AN IDEAL SPRNC REMEDY. I Eegular Size Double Srze H BoxeB, 10^d. Boxes, 1/6. M Write for Free Sampie. : , Ej 1AXMI1-I5 P!!i CO . 15 O'COSH U ST .', SYfl'EY, fl ^¥- ACI/rn RABBIT j I BUSKER *-»son ! feo. HECI3TEEEU TKADK MAUE. J . . /£/ - - ? ? ? : ? . \ ^ \ ? ? .. THE OPINIONS OF EXPERTS. ? Mr. HABOIiD ABEBHEIUY, Manager of Slapdasb Station, Guidon*, Saya: 'After toying n»ny othere.Ifiud B08KEE ie lieet of «T).« ' .. ? - ' ??; ? ,'c . . Mr.BOBERT HEAD, ot Bnlleiaina, WeeWaa, V ?::??.; . -Siys: '1 have beeau^nBl^RittBiiafttb^iiolBOtiB. bat BosBBiis best.'. .-.. .-,:. ., ; . : &ys : ' I««i ^kVttt ever-ionflSnMlt &*Sol ^lUbbit ft.iK.0. ?rIhe-Bid-biu*-MA #* baits well,! with splendid results.' ' ?'. ' -. \ ??.???????.' The Manager of Hoonbah Statio...

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THE VENICE CRIME. A CHARGE OF MURDER. COUNTESS TARNOWSKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

THE VENICE CRIME. A CHARGE OF MURDER. COUNTESS TARNOWSKA. The trial (writes 'Lloyd's Weekly' on 24th November) begins shortly, at Venice, of Countess Maria Nlcolaevna Tarnowska, who, with two of her lovers, is charged with the murder of her be trothed. The countess Is of Irish descent, nnd «ae born In Kiett in 1879, a daughter of Count O'Rurik, whoso family emi grated to Russia from Ireland. As a schoolgirl of seventeen she eloped with i*uuni liiiiiuwjjHa, dul quarrels soon followed. Quarrelling with her husband, she car ried on an intrigue with one of his friends, and, desiring to torture the count, kissed her lover in his presence and before a company of guests. The count shot his betrayer dead on the spot. The scandal in Kieff was Im mense, but no punishment fell upon the count. Divorce proceedings followed, and the countess's solicitor, Prilukoff, a married man, and one of the most eminent law yers in the city, became violently 'in fatuated with his client. On her di vorce In 19...

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TOILET HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

TOILET JUSTS. Keep a small bottle of tincture of myrrh handy. A few drops added to a tumbler of water makes an excellent mouth wash, and myrrh not only sweet ens the breath but preserves the teeth and helps to keep the gums strong and healthy. some people tnink there is no tonic for tbe hair like one part of ordinary paraffin oil mixed with three parts eau de-Cologne. The eau-de-Cologne pre vents tbe objectionable odor that is usually noticeable after using paw»«n»i and prevents it from being so greasy. At night, before washing the face rob with a little cold-cream, leave for a few minutes, and then wipe off with a dean, soft cloth. . The grease will remove dust and dirt from the pores of the ddn, and Is far more effective than soap and water. .For a skin Indued to develop acne this treatment is specially to be recommended. An excellent remedy for chapped of roughened bands Is five drops of carbolic add added to one ounce of glycerine. Shake well together, and apply night and mornin...

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LUCKY LANIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

LUCKY LANIGAN. By MADGE BARLOW. The drover and the man from over the water drifted into the bar of Erin's Pride, after effecting a sale and pur chase of yearling bullocks. The drover had just pocketed a roll of notes, and his Irish heart warmed to the stranger. Nothing was too good for him. As he had freely paid so should he freely drink of whatsoever his soul desired. It chanced to be an abstemious soul, how ever, and fond of eking out Its mild po tations with friendly chat. They sat at a table in a sanded room where an ancient wag-by-the-wall ticked solemnly. Subdued clamors of lowing cattle and chartering men floated across the Fair Green, and a be-5 buzzed in and out of the open window, attracted 6y a splendor of red and white May In a pitcher on the sill. A whimsical face peered over the muslin screen and flashed a double row of ivories at them as It went up the street. The tfrover darted to the doo:. 'Lanlgan,' he shouted. 'Stop a minit, Lanlgan. 'Ar- rah, man, what's yer push...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

WIT AND HUMOR. She (indignantly) : Tou had no business to klBs me! He : But It wasn't business: It was pleasure. 'Most of young BImer'B poetry is pathetic, isn't it?' 'Well, that's what he calls It: but the editor says It's painful.' Tommy : Oh, ma! Here's a little green snake. Mamma : Keep away from It, dear. It may be just as duicerous as a ripe one. ?My wiles anections nave Dcen aueuaieu. 'You should sue tor damages.' 'I would like to. But what satisfaction could 1 get from a robber plant?' 'Won't you sing something, Miss Muriel?' 'G! I daren't, after such good music as we have been listening to.' 'But I'd rather listen to your singing than to any. amount of good music.' 'Jedge,' said the prisoner, who had been caught Trim a chicken In a sack, 'you o-.Thfer go easy with me.' 'Why? You stole the hen.' 'I admits It, Jedge; I admits it,' responded the prisoner. 'But it's solemn truf dat hen jest seemed to b my aaffinlty; yes. Bah!' Stranger : What sort of a man Is your neighbor, Joh...

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Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

I-lUtiHeXlub. , 1 5--A.roeetiiiff of; Jthe above' club Iwas | hold in ihc Protefeiknt Sal I on Tuwday, [ lith irifilaut.', There' war a pood at teii'lance. '.'-.Thp Miiyor oci:np».'d the chair. . siatingthat. the club had been gazetted ui.l j»1ko tiint a number of rules, afctes ''ition ff-rnis,:*'tc , had been forwarded. -Klixj'iox ok Officers. The f-i!lu»ving' office-bearers were elected, siii'l will hold office, till the 30th I ii n«S W'S. : Captain, Dr. Parry; tiiMisurer. Mr A. H. Brown ; com tn 'dec, me Ainynr, nna Messrs. U. r. Viiochini, G. AV. Sell, and A, li. Dowse. 1 It being necessary to have tivo guarantors for t.hc security of Govern ment property';. Dr. Puj-ry aud Mr. C. I'1. ' yaccuiiii^tifferod to iicl iu that capacity - MtjinifRSinp Fee. Qn. the motion of Mr. Vacchini, b(«onded by Dr. Parry, (ho luember sliip fee was fixed nt 2s 6d -perqunrter, the first ^nartor io bufl :oi.i. Jtiriis 5J(J. ^h-jn'«i*^ings ^h^ciofei^ Vitlr-T?' \ ote ittl ?f lil ti flcig ;3:*»;*}1 i n ...

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Local Directory. PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

Local Directory. ?p](T;-MN MuKi'cii'/.L CciNi'H. -Mayor. I-, i NicoIboii ; Aldi-niicn, A1. Umlmin, | J. W. McQiiitigin, .).!J-, G. ^.11,, K. H. Antill, J.1J., .)? T. Aslicroft., W. | Larkin, L. D. I'liiry ami Jolin T3ell. UOUUC11 VJiei'K — JVll. 11. '? i uwur. Inspector - 'of 2^iiiE:int'c.s. — Jlr. J. ? Bell. Police Court. — Sits every Thursday, Small Debts Court, every Thursday after 4th Wednesday.

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Postal. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

Postal. Mails close for Sydney at 2.15 p.m. ; ^rid Jit 9.3ft p.m. for Sydney, Graiiville Campbell town, Doughs Park, Men englo, Glen Hill, The Oaks, Natlai River, Upper Burvagoraug aud Ter rauderie. ? . - . ;, .Baigo niai! closes at 11.45am. . ? ? ;i.ne peunj posiagc area emuraces / , ,.; : the following, .towns:— Appiu, Bwn-; J&'iW-:-^Hy.-'3)'1«yiii(ow Hill, Oamdei,pdb fffi'^l ;r twt%«J- ouklas i?arkV;Bclfi»8%, .vfileni Sgi^li^SG^^Hdias^ofl^ffc^ v1';' ? .? ? :^^rk,ViogJf&mii, Luddenliain, \Meii ');/'? ?'??;.. .»Wgie,V;|UJii'tp;' . Mt Hunter, 'Mnlgoa;' ? ?.''? ' ? '.Narellan, The Oaks, Picton, Prestons, / ? Tbirlinere; Wallace, Weiombi,Wiltou, : Campbelltbwu, Oatarnci., RoKKinore, -':? . and Maldon. Ou(«ide tliese distanccK ?- the postage iB 2d per hiilf ounce. ;; ' A trader' niupt take his goods to the buyer, or bring the buyer to the goods. He must hawk, -;r advertise in goiqr -shape or form — Advertise in The Picton Post. ' Subscription to this paper 2s |-e quarte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

I Job Printing || Of Ev&ry ft Description \ ' Post' Office -*£ is,' -- »- «-£r» «? '. *? ) I Thos. MORAGHAN, i^ A-jlGYLE-8TBEBT, PIOTOM, } For Best Value $*-.? ':??.? -^ ? ' in || * ...T.;.'.-.J)iapery,Priiits/Miislins; Tailor-made Suits, H Shirts j'TieS)' Felt aiid jftviiaina Hats P Boots and Shoes, Etc.' I PERCY H. ROFE, te Family Butcher, ||lti' ' ' ? Is still selling the Primesfc of Ueef and ^KS' * : Mutton at bedrock prices. He sells jpfe-:': ? none but the Very Best. Give hiii a |jj|§;; trial, and you will never regret it, nor ffipl~':' desire to leave him, because his shop jft|b is always kept in apple-pie order. llipss'' ? ? ? I Marcus Clark & Co, , §§'. . LIMITED. S| SUMMER SUITINGS. |jf , We are making a Special Show in f New Seasons Suitings f;;. .-.??; ? ' ? ? ? . in H; ..- TWEEDS, WOBSTEDS, SERGES, Etc. H7; They include the choicest products of English and Colonial 0i \ mills. -Tbe materials are in all the fashionable designs, the '§j: -?- patterns are e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

; ? .-,'.'' :2ohi.aVhil, ie#,'?. V.''* ''--. : ? . ; : in ?.?.'?'??., Spurts to start at 10.30 a.m.,' lht» fol -lottiiif» Rrand urojjramtnp under the ?piitrdnagfc. iif the uiuierniontioiio I giiullL'MOii : — Patron,. F. G Wsiley, J5s'q. ; prfiHidont, Hon. W. llcCourt ; vice-presidents, Messrs.: -G. H. Pick- ? 'ard,'J. Pntdu, li. Clinch, ] 'r. Parry, DrV McCredic, Dr. Hugg-arJ, Dr. ?'Palmer, Jas. Shuil, A. S. Perlta, J. T. Ashcroft, J, .11. Quilty. J. V. Burl left, T. J. gilder, R.F.Eilis, J. (». Mo.r,'. J. White, R. Haze, T. Jointr, A. Uce- F. Honiiantn, J. K: Scroggie, P. H. VergftBoii, It. 3Ioj-pect. ?'.'..'' PROGRAMME. . ? Woodcallers Handicap, loft yards, lst.£l 10p,2ml £ 1,3rd 10^. Entrance Is, acceptance Is. ? Youth's Uace, 100 y-mls, 16 years ' and under, 1st prizp, silver ctip, pre sented by R. F Ellis, Esq., 2.;.i5;. Entrance -5d. ThirJraeiv Ifmulicap, 140 yard.*, confined to police district of Picton, 1st £2 anil.lropliv ]ivepo'nt'd by (!. . H. Pickard, Esq ,'2ud £1 5s, 3r...

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17. Before Mr. J.W. McQuiggin, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

MeM-AY, FEBRUARY 17. : tpeiore JJr. J.W. McQuiggin, J.P. 4da1Jraiiey,'.chirgod witli drunkenness, . pleaded .^guilty, and-waa .fined 2s Cd ot 6 JjouTji. iuiptiBixahonl. ;, Wjie fiae was paid.

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The Price of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

^heMceufMifc Now lhattholong-lookcd-fOrrain has arrived (writes a correBpondennt io (lie 'Kiatna Repoi ter'), the milk snpplu i may, lp the light of past expeueiice, look for unpleasant dei elopmenfc in i e gard to his position as a ptodiu^j-, for in a few days there will be an inr-itl.:t.s« I in supplies — then 'stop' dijs, md ' then^n tumble in price No tmtl-i nuai. tuc WIIIW llinj -uutc nifunu ill feeding his cows to produce milk for his company — probably at a loss to himself-(»nd incidentally to keep tbeni alive), he has now to face the certainty of »n anrly and substantial drop iu the price of his commodity ; :wd these lines arc ppnnc'l in the hope that, the executive of the Milk Suppliers' Asso ciation, will resist any effort of the milk companies to tnakeloo big ii reduction iu the price of railk Io the farmer, also that the farmers « ill loyally co operate with the executive of their association m any effort made to secure a payable price The Metropolitan snd Suburhin Dniry...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

Relief Work. The story of Dr. Sheldon's Digestve Tabuirs can be told in a word. They actually do the work that the weak and wasled stomach is nimble to do, and allow if to recuperate and regain its strength. They contain sill the ess, n tial properties that the gastric juice | and other digestive fluids do, aud thev I digest the food just us & sound and well stomach would. They relieve the stomHuh just as one rested and refresh ed workman relieves the one on dnty that ie iired aud worn, and nature does Jier-'.owu'work of Restoration. It is a simple natural process that a child can understand. , roncaneataUyomvant withpntfear of results. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabnles «,re«old at 2s. 6d per tin of 80 Tabules: Obtainable from W..Ji H. Vickery, chemist, Pic- '? ton.— (Ailvt) ?-,??'?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

Tlie soatlii:ig iinrl licilius; ])mportiijs of CJuunboilain'f Ijoiigh Ueniwly, its ylaisiuit taStc and f)rniui-t alid jisrinaiiciib ourcs liiive ; ' niado it n favourite with pcoplu vvorywiicro. J itisespooinllypriKurt Ijy niotlici-mif small children fniuuMs, o!oiijj,.iihI wliix)]iingcongh, as it a]«iij;s ;Uroi-.k quick ruiief. Itcoubiins . no opium or o'Jier hannful drug, and may he given an Riun'iiloii' .1 v to n levhy as to an lid'uH. KorsalchvO. U. i'Ukar.1, Piclon, -TJii'rlincre iidTlw.O.iks._!A(lvt.) Nervous Weakness. A Good Cure in Balmain. The Case of Mr. J. EDWARDS. (By b Sydney Reporter.) ' £ For those who did not' enjoy thepiii ,,| viloge of hearing the recital oi tbii Rtory for themsolvos it is here repro- '' durcd at the institution of a special i .?DriCKpondpnt, wliosu duty iu the pub- f;| lie iulcriist had taken htm to the homo of Hi: John Edvvnids, of Not 42 Law eon-Glrect, lialmuin. 'I'm anxious to know,' SBid the prnssmao, 'how foil cot on after your uttuck of bron...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

^';t; :'?'',. ; marsvmie^. ??'-; '','.. May be.cousnlte'i on Tuesdays' and Thursdays from 9.80, a.ui. to 4.30 p.m., and Saturday Evenings from 7.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. AROYLE-STfiEET, PICTON, Next W. Wsttrion'ii, tobacconist. Miss Annie Ruddiman T.D.L.C.AL, Teaeheir of Pianoforte, Thcoiry and Hapmony. Piiptls lkrci»nrcd for ail ExniniuiuibiiR. Afom^i cure FOR 1HDICESHOH & DYSPEPSIA. DOHELOON'S Digestive Tabules -DIGEST WHAT YOU E«T' A COMMON SENSE KEMEDr for all STOMACH TROUBLE!. GUARANTEED. Price J3'Q For Bale by W. -I. H. Victory cliemiet, PictOp. : ? R. DARRBtlr, ISitginccr and Mcclimiic. Mekangle-Stkeet, Pictok. jEGS to intimate to the Public of J Pinion ami District that lie is repareil to execute all work in con action witft 11 i'p ti-aile, and in snch manner as io give the unnust salis Lctiou. Hewing M.ichioes and Bicycles a Speciality. OlIAHGliR MonElUTIS. A TniAi, Solicited. ? -?«»! A»fliil, for iS|iei'-Uvf!l iBicyoles It. DAKIIEIX, Menangle-slrept, Picton. I Wanted Know...

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TREATMENT OF CALF SCOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

TREATMENT OF OAXF SOOTJK. One of the most common difficulties met with In raising calves on skim-mUk Is the persistent form of diarrhoea | known as calf scour. This disease Is . due to the action of various fermentlve I and putrefactive bacteria In milk. The undue growth of bacteria may be largely prevented by the exercise of strict pre cautions from the time the milk is drawn from the cow until It is fed to the calf. Proceeding on the basis of the results of investigations by Von Beh ring, the Maryland Experiment Station, and the Bureau of Animal Industry of the Department of Agriculture. Wash ington, on the Influence of formalin on disease germs and on digestion when ad ministered in small amounts In cnllk, Dr. Klein, of the South Carolina Station, treated twelve milk-fed calves affected with scour by adding formalin to the milk in the proportion of one part toiOOO parts of milk. This dilution may be readily obtained by pouring 0.5 ounce of formalin in 15.6 ounces of water. From t...

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To tho Editor of THE PICTON POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

To the Editor of Tins PicrbN Post. Sir, — Allow 'rue through' yonv columns to call the attention of those who are responstKle, to the dau'gerons and disgraceful condition of ihe main southern road between the top of Pic ti\i\ hill mid Hi'nntrcirtn ln^^aro 'WAfli ing has been done' to this road for months. There are some -* or 9 hsavy wood caits, besides all the ordinary traffic constantly plying to aud_. from 1I.0 -railway; Since the late heavy rains there'are, in some places, deep gutters down the centre of the road. Is it not time . for the public to , have the benefit of the £(ii) donated by the government, months bsiek for re pairs r Oiiu c.Miniii. . h'lp boihg fitrno'r by tha 'lifi|pr?nce b-t\yee.n thu Municipiil and Shire ro.ni.-. 1 1 is ple;i.s;)iit tft drire mi Uujsu -if the. latter, while thosi- of tlie. former wrench eivry joint, break springs, and lame hoi-ses. Now that there :u-e two^new up-to-date inen in thu Municipal Council perhaps thpy will spur those somnolent o'|i...

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SIR EYRE MASSEY SHAW. LOSES HIS REMAINING LEG. A GALLANT MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

SIR EYRE MASBET SHAW. LOSES HIS REMAINING LEG. A GALLANT' MAN. Sir Eyre Massey Shaw, who for thirty years ruled the London Fire Brigade, and was so popular a figure, os 'Captain Shaw,' that he Inspired a song in 'Iolanthe,' has, at the age of 78, under gone an operation necessitating tbe am putation of his remaining leg. Nine years ago his other limb was amputated And yet so marvellous a vitality Is pos sessed by Sir Eyre Massey Shaw that he was yesterday stated to be 'well on the way to recovery.' When he retired from the control of the London brigade sixteen years ago Sir Eyre bad dealt with 173,984 outbreaks of flre in the metropolis; he had in creased London's fire stations during his term of authority from 13 to 59; anxl had augmented the number of firemen from 113 to 709. Described as one of the most active men In the metropolis, be yet found time to write six books deal Ing with fires and indulge In bis two favorite sports— hunting and yachting. Always shy of publicity. Sir E...

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Municipal Rating and the Referendum. To The Editor of THE PICTON POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

Municipal Rating and the Referendum. To The Editor of The Picton Post. Sir, —The work of reform -in the matter of rating lias bo far been coil fined to urging ihe local electors to nv fui-ii men pledged to one general rate on unimproved value for all- services. Tiiat -course ib simple, just and efivc tivo. It ib more. It is .natural. All that it requires, and its jidvoc.ites ask, is 11 fuii- trial. But (hero are nicu who nrc mil in-favor of jiist .-priiifliples .-in laud u*aili;is. .ThcySiiiiy ecoru to iui ]».--: ri; iiponati indiyiutiali'- wliile jimy ?ein3-irse jnipoRiTig tijj' tho' conimiiiijly.-; respoiMtblefor this deyeiopaie'ut bfe^jti ? moral kink which 'subordinates ;ibc. public iuterest to Uie private seifisli ucss of a few. Tlie. Local Government Act provides a way to tumble the ratepayers to iusist D|)i-n tlieir interests being1 respected slionld *;i iionnul not he sufficiently progressive to grasp tlie opportunity tu go straight in future. Let me make tin' position quile...

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USEFUL FODDER RACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 19 February 1908

USEFUL FODDER RACK. When pasture ls'short Jthe^stocks most have extra feed, A feed rack Is neces sary. Tbe accompanying sketch shows, each a rack built against a fence. It has one important feature to recommend 1L-. .???-;, : ?. -'?.') ? ' At the ordinary rack the strongest and most belligerent of the stock win course along its whole length, and drive away the weaker. With the rack herewith Illustrated all such difficulties an ; avoided, as each animal must keep his own place owing to the projecting stays. ___^--— __„ __ Evidence Enough.— 'Tell me, brother. Is it possible to let Robert know that I am an helress7' 'Has he proposed to youTV 'res.' 'Well, you may fcie sure he knows it already.'— 'Fliegende Blaet tefc'

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