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TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. SUBSTANTIAL CREDIT BALANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL 'MEWING. sUBSTANTIAL DREDITBAI&ANOE, rE annnal meeting of the Williame stownTootball Club was held at the EmpressPavilion on Monday evening anmd largely attended, Councillor Liston being in-the .chair. MZPORT AND BALANOE SHEET. The annual report mentioned that the-receipts amonnted to £692/5/9 and the expenditure to £60917/7, leaving a credit balance of S82/1812, with no liabilities. The membership was 837, with 97 youths and423 ladiesearolled. The team had been included in the finalfonr,-having won elevenmatches and lost eight. Credit was given to the coach, M-AleRx Hrall, the delegates, Ressre J. Dennis and R1 . Morrison, the treasurer, Mr C i Tabley and the trainers, Messr' Palmer, Hyde, Cox and Weatherhead. A special para graph was devoted to -the secretary, Mr Arthur Trideaun, praising " with pride the excellent .manner in which he carried out :the duties and -his willingness at all times to -fnrther the interests of the yellow and blue and hi...

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

NOTES OF THE WEEK. -4-f-- -No business at the Cunrt of Petty Sessions yesterday. -Rev A. Law, B.D., preaches at Holy Trinity to-morrow evening. -Three new acts and Chas. Chaplin Keystone comedy at the Theatrt t :-night. -Harvest thanhsgiving services at the John street Methodist Church to-morrow -The Mayor intenas to move at the next meeting of the Counnil that 00be voted to the Belgian Relief Fund, -Mr Riport Fiyle, a former manager of the Picture Theatre, has taken a long lease of the Empress Pavilion from Mr W. J. Dark, the proprietor, and has billed a big show for this evening. -Dr Harold Ward, son of Mr M. J. Ward, Nelson place, has volunteered for the war and witll proceed to London. by mail steamer. He has resigned his posi tion as resident surgeon at the Geelong hospital. -Mr J. C. Litchfield has taken 14! Nelson place, formerly occnpied by Mr W. H. O'Reurke. He will hold auction sales of electro plate ware, cuntlery, drayery ard goods every Friday after noon and evening. -M...

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THE NEW LOAN. AGREED TO BY THE COUNCIL. SUM OF £30,000 TO BE BORROWED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

THE NEW LOAiK. ~--t-t AGREED TO BY THE COUNCIL. SUM OF £30,000 TO BE .BORROWED. THE Tinance Committee reported .to the Council on Tuesday evening that the Mayor and Councillor Liston had been deputed to attend the conference of municipal representatives to ascertain the terms and conditions on which the Government would be prepared to advance money for the following works : -Electric light installation, £iS,aoo; South Newport drainage £4000; erect ing latrines in gardens, £5oo ; re-con .siructing portion of Short road £400 stone crusher and engine, £750 ; Council Chambers adaditions, £60oo purchase of land tobe used as corpora tion yards, S£co ; constructing drain at Annie street, £Soo. Councillor Liston proposed, as an addition to the list, that the Town Surveyor prepare specifications for the expenditure of £zo00 in extending the walk on the Esplanade, between Gar den and Morris streets, £50o for the portion of the foreshore between Par ker and Mariner streets, and £3oo on reserve...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

CONGiREGATIONAL CHIUP1C ANNLAL . \L EE There v ?, the. -9tih annual r,?e:? tel. ;Ltticnd 'ihurch, ke i. Ire...; rnreidini a cial posion of tipti ted hx thet treasure . White), was of , v -,ns character. Ti- tot:, ceip amounted to -31?3 7 . n ' pendituret £.Ui4, , credit of 'r3;3. . Ic ,r. rr. the var:ous church instau: - ýr highly satisfactory. Guild reportcd a succt-' ;.. i work and a considr:, . members. Ree «r " ' ' ceived from th Enr:, ' Band uf HoIlt, : and boung " 'cph . Satisfactor efere made to the "tcni Cricket Club. 'h ... ported that thier hau increase of chIurc -i" throughout the , position S a chur'. than it had been fo, The pastor read a s n t:c::a : "' spiritual work of the c: - c. eluding by expressing the dS; c that the pres-nt year shos their ven: besl. .1 cmr;.., t. appointed to make poi . rangements for thec r`" the church's diamonn utrbi'r which take- place ncx: ', :: -oounallor Rodger left for West As` tralia on Wdnesday morning been granted ten weeks leav of s...

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NEW, ODD, INTERESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

NBEW, ODD, INTEREST'NG. Chess is taught- in the public schools in Saxony. In proportion to its size Switzerland has more hotels than any other coun try. Linseed is the nearest approach to milk in composition of any natural vegetable food. "There is nothing more valuable in curing indigestion than to practice good temper," says a doctor. In the German Army the average cost pe- man is over £58 a year, while in France it is slightly less thati £so; Palm trees have the largest leaves. The Inaja palm of the Amazon country has leaves which reach a length of from Soft. to soft., and a breadth of from Loft. to zaft. In a garden restaurant in Berlin the waiters actually serve the patrons on roller skates. The distance between the tables and the source or food and drink supply is considerable, but, shod in this manner, the waiters practically cons:itute a quick service brigade. A mt:n who was charged at Berlin with stealing a parrot stated that the bird had belonged to him for ten years. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

4VANCE AUSTRb'X LAGE SAMU EL SPRY'S SHOE STORES. R. J. WATERMAN, Proprietor. .Nelsonm Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Club Hotel.) Iooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the j less than any shop in Melbourne. We stake our reputation with every pair. Think what a saving this means to you. Don't go Elsewhere. Come and Inspect Our Windows. Small profits and quick returns mean a saving Sto Purchasers. If you wish to have entire satisfaction in your MEAT SUPPLY, place your Orders with..... T.K. Bennet & Wooleock One Quality only kept at all times. ADDRESS T. K. BERHIRET & W00OLCgOCK, Premier Butchers, FERGUSON 8TREET - TeL 81 Williamstown, PURE MILK SUPPLY. , . . z 51 Verdon Street, • .- ISHES to notify the public of Williamstown . and surrounnding district that he has installed - Up-to-date Refrigerating Machinery at his : Dairy in order to ensure the Purity of the 1llk. All Milk subjected to the sterilising process-recom mende...

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INGENIOUS WAY OF GAINING DANCE PARTNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

INGENIOUS WAY OF GAIN ING DANCE PARTNERS. A novel cotillion figure in which toy balloons play a prominent part is being enthusiastically received in London. Each lady carries a toy balloon which must be exploded by stamping, jumping or falling upon it by the man who wishes to be come her partner. \lhecn it hap pens that several men desire the same lady, a friendly contest en sues, often with laughable results. Every man is his own mint. Hs ability is the die which stamps out the dollu.

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

COOKERY. Plum or Damson Wina.-Bottle if after nine months, but do not drink it for a year after that. Pour one gal Ion and a half of boiling water on thirteen pounds of plums, and let it stand for forty-eight hours. Then draw off the liquor, and to every gal lon of liquor add two pounds and a half of raw sugar. Pour this into a clean cask, fill up, and when it has £ done fermenting, fill up again and bung tightly. >. A Vegetarian Dlsh.-With those who wish to avoid meat this dish is popular. Mix together half a pint of fine breadcrunmbs with the same quan tiy of'inasnea potatoes, a chopped hard-boiled egg, a little minced on ion, some parsley and thyme. Season all with pepper and salt. Bind all to gether with beaten egg, form into balls, flour thickly. Drop into per fectly boiling fat, and cook to a gold en brown. Serve with a garnish of fried parsley. Old Fashioned Clnger Snaps. These may be made in large quantities and carefully put away in a tin box. The longer they are allowed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

Coal! Coal1 Newcastle Coal. Best HOUSEHOLD - Best ENGINE... Lowest Ourrent Rates Best BLAC.KSMITH'S Delivered Williamstown, Newport and district Branch Office.... Coal Depot, ANN STREET PIER. t: .NEWCASTLE COAL. Order Boxes at Trevor Jones & Co's. Office, Douglas Parade and P. Murray's Grocery Store, Nelson Place. Orders may also be left at any of Messrs. Doig, Hall & Co's shops. MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP CO. LTD Head Office: 27-31 KING STREET. MELB, r.OEPHoNS-s6a3, 86 8695, 8696 Oentral. ]oII%, HALL & Co0. DOIG, HALL & Co. The Leading: Williametown - w-rt Grocers Spo.wood. S and Spirit Merchants DOIG, HAUL & Co. of the W:m .bo,? District. Newport - Spotweod. DOIG, HIALL & CO. Williamstown, Newport and Spotswood WALTER PATERSON, (IA. mMRS & 00.) General Ironmonger & Importer of British & Amerlan Hardware. 228 NELSON PLACE, WILLIAMSTOWN. O i. . For use In small Households, Bathrooms or Offices there Is no better heater...

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THE OLD VALUATION. CR. HAMPSHIRE TRIES AGAIN TO REVIVE IT. AND IS RULED OUT OF ORDER. PROTESTS EXPUNGED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

THE OLD -VALUAT Io, CR. HA\MPSHI-LL I AGAIN TO 1"IV ! -ANDIIS RULED O7LI !) ORDER. P~ROTESTS EXPLNG;vj. I~U 1-1 lIpLL dC; council flueeing, on fl u idi.- U in I " 'iatii I r an i n) 1t~ructo 1r- 1inanc Commnittee Uucur t I enimated r~ceipt, adli \l)~~i lurt 1or thle icla ilndill' Scti nt t cnil ; on a p uiieral rile basel!; r n; x iic d~imll 1111 I-ciii CXaILIcL 01rl~ va lua tion csiulstdtll fll Sen,. i iu ~lavor ruled the rune,,,, ofi' order. He had ruled simiiari'. un ; n;i. lar motiun moved ti iast irectiur ir: Cr. Hampshrie. who iiad entered . protest against his ruling. HIe no: moved thla Cr. Hanmpsiurir's tr.' test biN expunged from thle minute TI ilt motion was "ultra vires." Cr. Liston: Ifi i is "ultr; vires.t I second tile motiuun. anid vill suo> port thCe i;Maor in any p'enaliie, h, choose, tLo inflict. Cr. 1Treganoviian considered ex ccption should i;avt been taken to tile protest ai tile tinm i was, lodged. The iMayor said there iwais norwt in the .\ct tr expunge i pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

AUCTIONS. FRIDAY. 12th MARCH. 1915, At 3 p m. and 8 p.m. Following on the request of a number of residents of this Town, T C. LITCHFIELD. The Auctioneer, S bee s to notify the public that he w?ill open an Up-to-date FANCY GOODS and DRAPERY SALESROOM at 141 Nelson place, where Sales will be held every Friday at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., com mencing Friday next, 12th inst, at 3 p.m. E.P. Ware, Cutlery. Drapery, etc. TUESDAY, MARCH 16th. At 3 p m. At the rooms, 127 Nelson place. T O. LITCHFIELD, The Auctioneer, _ under instructions from Mrs C. Archer and others, will sell their ser plus furniture camprising : - Bedroom Suite in ash, 9 Piece Dining Room Suite in Walnut. 6ft. Extensio T ,', 6 ft. Sideboard. Bedsteads, Kitchen Dresser, Duchess Chest, Washstands, etc., and a lot of useful Sundries. OPENING TO-NIGHT at the EMPRESS PAVILION FOYLE'S Pic ttures Every Evening. Except Friday. Programs Change Mondays, Thursdays, Sundays. 30. PEOPLE'S PRICES 6D. SATURDAYS AND HOLIDAYS, 60. & I/ C...

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EMPRESS PAVILION. LEASED TO MR. RUPERT FOYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

EMPRESS PAVILION. LEASED TO -MR. RL'PERT' FOYLE. .Mr. Rupert Foyi,i. who will be remembered as a former manager of the l\\iliiamstown Theatre, and I*:·il has 'been managing the Arma datl Theatre for tle past twelve monthin enteirs upon a: lngthy least of tice Empress Pavilion this even ing. He intendo opening ever night. except Friday. with full pro grammnes of the, very iatest pictures. a: the popular price- of ;d. and 6d., and on S.aturday. and holidays 6d. and i:- (chiidren .hail-price)." This will bring theI Empress Pavilion into line xwith all the big Sydney picture theatres, v'hi!'re i" s found that the low price of admission ensures far greater attendances. A number of extensive alterations have been made to the Pavilion, andi the elec tric ligifing plant has lbeen con siderabl: . n-tringnth-ened .and .made.! aroused 7a ntc-nip~'i e opacng is and .no ivobt. tih'i. ;.'-;ilion. j h.oi b filled to overflowing trn witness the excellent programme that has been prepared. The big fe...

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A REVUE AT THE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

A REVUE AT THE THEATRE. On Mondasy and Tnesdsy night _a mainal Revrne -will be-presented entitled " iDn-theSands " being a one act sketch introdnoing -well known andeville ..ar tits and -vocalists 3n their various specialties aseisted by a ,fall chorna. !hi east which inclnaes 'Tom Daw~on, Will ollow, Elsie Sates, .Arthur iEorley and nany otheus, shonld be atgreat =at raction. Thebeet anbjecot of the nsuna Victnueprogramme will also be shown. Thaere:will:beno advwnoe in.pries,. -Mr 7. Bront, IToot.ecry, is offering iato; aa~iiisrefr rtiiemmat is dtis Juo.

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MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. VISIT TO PORT MELBOURNE. SHORT ROAD RECONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. VISIT TO TORT MELBOURNE. SHORT ROAD RECONSTRUCTION. OI Wednesday evening, the Mayor and Councillors McNleilage, Liston Treganowan and Dennis visited the Fort Melbourne Council by appoint ment and were received by Council lors T. Smith (Mayor), Page, Sinclair, and other members of that body. The object of the visit was to discuss matters of mutual interest. It was pointed out that the Short road was the worse for wear and the SurVeyor for Port Melbourne (Mr Heath) and the Surveyorfor Wil liamstown (Mr Praser) had recom mended.the metalling of the pitched portion -of theroadway as the pitchers were beginning to show the efect of the heavy traic. Discussion arose as to the kind of roadway to be made and a tarred sur face was -eventually approved of. It was resolved -that each body hould provide C£750 and that they should interview the Government and the Harbor Trust -for a.grant towards. the balance. The question of port improvement was also discussed and -opinion...

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DOUBLE SHIFTS ON FERRY. TO BE DISCONTINUED AFTER APRIL. LOSS OF £3 PER WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

DOUBLE SHIFTS DID FE PiY. I(ý1,: W-ISCO" I\_EI) :AFTER AP1RiL. ()W . (-)F P'ER \VEEK. i 1 e rtmrin dispiite at tihle A ti butcidit. et 'ird-,. which resulted inl tl~l Pl'iri: l):.ilj lralit.Pirrul 1(t I'utr 1; l hit-i it imbe trailli across thi ucrr"; an indthere hi eno drop ini hrevnue. Cr. I Dn is, lat tectUunii flt et ilt an "I uesdait evncoing, said 1 he aos-}}!: iu - . wt"l:. Tlt condi lio!, ! o nt! te ,it oss 'P !hi. abul~dina trade 'uoterlitii, had coiiiributucd to hii'i reu. u he t i ab pte incom ia ip ra oieshf .-ii it !m fite a00u1 `.:, Ihe 1,1 ilii II, tilte cotttl 01101'itio (1 vorlcins lini)o,e Cr. Hampshirte mnoved thalt onet day runninI Ie abolished, pending the rpai;- o! lhe road. Cr. Neat desired to set Sundr; r'unnini" retained. Cr. H.Impshir e said 'u- would bi? prepared to alilw Sunda, runnine n be retained, if the extr; man was put off. He war :agaiinst Sunda runninfi. bu; had no hope of carrt inn his point. Cr. Rod "'r said rithe trial ewas too short. He wouid ...

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VALUATION APPEALS. COUNCILLORS AVERSE TO HEARING THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

VALUATION APPEALS. COUNCILLORS AVELRSE TO HEARING THEM. At the council meeting on Tues day evening a letter from O. Sidel was read, giving notice of his in tention to appeal to the court against his valuation. He did not ,ak tht council to hear his appeal. Cr. Hick moved that the appli cant be informed the council will meet those who consider thenlselvems a.'grieved. the decisions to be after va:rds confirmed by the Court of Petty Sessions. Cr. Liston: Thci time to hear the appeals is alter the striking of the raite. Thit proper proceeding, as re quired by law, is to sdbnmit the cases to it properly constituted and impartial tribunal, wiich the coun 'il is not. (Cr. T reganowan said there were gravt objections tL the motion moved by Cr. Hick. The council had not ilt power to hear appeals. and tthe ratepayers, in public mee! ing assembled, had no desire that councillor- should d, so. Why. then, should tlhe interfere? He could, if need he, give the names of councillors sitting at tinl...

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MASTER CECIL PARKES. PRAISED BY LADY STANLEY. ENGAGED FOR MELBA'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

MASTER CECIL PARKES. -4-- PRAISED BY LADY STANLEY. ENGAGED FOR MELBA'S CONCEPT. Mr A. J. Parkes, of Cecil street, has received the following letters from Lady Stanley, wife of the State Governor, during the week : "Dear Mr Parkes,-Madame Melba is staying here and has'been.giving me sunch an interesting.ancoont of your son's playing the violin that I so very much want to hear him. I am so interested in all things musical and -in musical people. Donid you let him come herr to-morrow at 4 80 orO o'clock to -play to me? Ihope soemuch he will be able to come. Perhaps you could kindly telephone a message owhen you receive this." -Yours sincerely, MARGARET STANLEY, M[r. Parkes kept the appointment last Wednesday, and has since-received the following letter from Lady Stanley : "Dear Mr Parkes,-I write to say how much astruck I was with your son's -playing yesterday. It is quite ex traordinary.fora boy of is years. 1 think his natural phrasing partion larly.remarkable; I am sure he has a gre...

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IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. PROCEEDINGS TO BE INSTITUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

IMPRDVEIie T CHARGE. PROOEIDINGS .TO BE INTITUTID. J.tL?Es Grinter, of River street, has been selected by .a lot as a defendant in the claim to be brought by the Council to test the validity of the special improvement charge The Conncil, on the advice of the Finance Committee, on Tuesday evening, gave Mr James Hall authority to proceed .against him. Or Hick hoped than an effort would bemade to amicably settle the case, Or 3McNeilage-There has been a conference at which Or ILodger was present aid the present proceedinge were the outcome of that conference. If the ownere.had a desire to settle, they would say so. Or Treganowan-We intended to sue every ratepayer affected, and, at the request of the deputation, test cases were taken. I. shall have t pay. n., a1", ;i.,..::-Q _- ,;,ha Or Treganowan was not ccmplain ing,. No other municipality in the metropolitan area had tried to make new streete out of revenue, Cr Hurst hoped information as to the gazetting of all streets would be given ...

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COPPER COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

COPPER COLLECTION. Miss Armstrong. 2/9; Miss Anderson, 11/i-; Meadames Bradshaw and Adams. 12/8; -Miss Bride, 16/0; Miss J. Bozehall, 2/10; Miss Dorgan. 5/J1; Mrs Drew. 1591 ; Miss Daio, 8/0; Miss Goff, £110/2; 'Mrs Gonlton, 8/4; Miss Heriot, 6/4; Mirs Hansen. 12/7; Miss Healey, 7/21; Miss Howard, 4/7;_ Miss Holdsworth, 1/9; Mrs Jenkins, 15/0; Miss I Johnson, 3/8j; Miss R. Jones, 3/2k; Master Mills, 3/71; Miss M. Morrison, 5/71; Miss M. Mathews 11/7; Mrs Newlands, 01/10,'5 ; Miss Porter, 8/3; Miss Raodall, 9/7 Miss Reid, 18/3; Miss T. Rose, 3/11; Misses Smith, 12/1U; Miss Stevens, 2/6; Miss Thomas, 10/10; Mrs Woods. 6/lj; Miss Anthony, 10/0); Mrs Warton and Miss Cocks, £3/12/6;.

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THE TOWN HALL DESIGN. WHY WAS THE CLAIM NOT FOUGHT? [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 March 1915

THE TOWN HALL DESIGN. -WHY WAX S T'HE CLAIM NOT FOUGHT? .Mr. Jame; Hall, in a letter read at the council meeting on Tuesday evening, stated he was authorised ! It compromise with the solicitors representing Messrs. Plottell and Jlui:ett. authors of tihe Town Hall design, for ;.2'25. He had settled fo;-r i.2o and the '235 would cover hi s own costs. Cr. Hick said it had been said the case' had been lost by the council ihle claim was for £,350. and ii was s'ated this did not include a charge [r- municipal cihamber designs. That would have mneant another .0(- 10o-. The whole amount paid m settlemetnt wa.,s --'"oO. He-I thought the council had gal out of it reti\ well under the circunm -;tnces. C'ounsel for tie plaintiff lhoughi the architects were entitled to no more than 150o, hut he (Cr. Hickl tlhougin it advisable to com promise. The people who made the plhals iad not lost anything. Cr. M'N'eilagte: And you want the public to, understand that we did not lost tiie case. Cr. Hick: The...

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