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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

3ISCELLASEOUS EXTRACTS. IMr. E. Langton lectured at Clunes on Wednesday evening. The meeting was one of the largest and most orderly ever seen there, and was composed almost entirely of miners. The mayor was in the chair, and at the close of the lecture a resolution was sub mittcd approving of the principle of free. trade, which was carried with only three or four diss:entients The feeling of the mining districts is undoubtedly adverse to the new tariff and protection. The Ibrbarities to which the body of the dead bushranger, Morgan, was exposed, have been avenged. The Ovens Advertiser says: -" The district coroner, Dr. Dobbyn, re ceived atelegramfromtheAttorney-Geueral's departmeut a few days since, stating that he was suspended from his office as coroner. On the 19th April last he received a tele gram from the Attorney-General, asking under whose authority was the head of Da niel Morgan forwarded to Melbourne. Dr. Dobbyn rephed by tilegram, that it was sent by his authority, and t...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 5. (Before Geo. Hudson, and J. K. Trainor, Esqs., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 5. (Before Geo. Hudson, and J. K. Trainor, Esqs., J.P.) Thomas Dwyer v Joseph Maidment, for assault, damages laid at £20. Defendant ordered to pay 2s Gd and £1 3s Gd costs. G. F. Scudamore and Robt. Miller, charged by Wn. Grant with allowing pigs at large in a public place, were each fined is and 2s Gd costs. Municipal Council v John Trainor, for failing to pay rates, £1015s. Dismissed without prejudice.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SHOOTING OF HALL, THE BUSHRANGER. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

SIIOOTISG OF HALL, TIHE BUSH * RANGER. Sydney, Saturday. A telegram from Forbes states that the body of Hall, the bushranger, has been hrought there by the police, who got on his track on Friday, and during tbh night found his horse ho',bled. Knowing that Hall i::u-t be clhe by, the police separated, but encircled the horse. Towards morning Hall ce;me inl vier, looking for his horse, and pa"sed close to where Inspector Davidion was con:cealed. iHe stepped out and called to I Hall to -stand. Hall made towards his horse, when David.?:. nirecL The bush ranger was apparenuly uninjured, and Sergeant C.ndell fired. Ae t the same time five troopers cmerged from their hiding place, directly in front of Hall, and fired a rollev. Iall fell, riddied with bullets. The corp si-ho s thirty bullet holes. On search in' hire. the police found three loaded revol ver.;. A:70 in Imoney, andl thie min'iature of a fe?ade. No doubt exirts ,f the person b ing HIll. _Numbers have identiiied the corpse. The ...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

KILM?ORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MosD.i, Mi h S. Present:-The Mayor, and Councillors Murray, Thomas, Arcus, Sugden, and the newly elected Councillor, }Mr. William Dow ling, who made the declaration required- by the Act, and afterwards Councillor Hudson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read. Councillor Sugden suggested that previous to the confirmation of the minutes it would be better there should be a minute taken of the special general meeting that was to be held on Thursday last, at ten a.m., and also enquired how it was that the Health officer had not appeared on the day named to bring up a report as required by the Council. The Mayor .informed Coimeilor Sugdea that Dr. Nicholson, health officer, was called to an inquest on ,Thursday, and could not attend. The mir.utes were then confirmed. Correspondence as follows was read and considered.:- . 1. From Mr. E. Dwyer, asking a fortnights extension of time to allow him tb complete his contract. . Granted after some discus sion. 2....

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THE BURNING OF THE PALACE AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

THE BU?RMNG OF TIHE PALACE AT BRUNSWICK. ---0--- We hre received details of the sad ca lamity at Brunswick, on Friday .last, by which the palaee was nearly destroyed by fre. The old palace -,:s burned in 1S30, during the disturbances which then took place, and the building which has now met with a like fate was erected to replace it by the reigning Duke. It was one of the hand omest palaces in Germany. The fire broke out at eight o'clock, soon after the Court ball-and annual festivits bad eoimenced. About half-past eight Iis lIoghness the Duke proceeded from his apart ment to the dancing-saloon, and a short time afterwards the fire broke out in His High ness's study. It was at first thought thati the fire was not a serious one, anad by His Hilghnes.'s wish the ball was not interrupted. Half an hour after it was still thought that the workmen and firemen would master the conflagration, and a great number of thoseI present outside the building entertained the hope that the fire would ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MURDER TO TWO WIVES BY AN ARAB. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

MUTRDER OF TWO WIVES BY AN RAB. A shi : tr::.1 r1c ntlr took plce before I a co?ncil c"f ?-:,r at C'.n.?- .Ine. in Alneria, a r an having- to a ns-er tiie cho:r2 (,1 T::ar dering hi: tu o wives. The evi, Ce revea::led many curious traits cf Arab life, and .eowed haw the n:eivcs undrst:,tn d and apply :b-ii " ri-lits a. Lu s-nas, :,1 haiow the- pFuni-h adulterous wives. Aii-.1en-Tabhr, of the 3Mzeloku tribe. had two consrts, IFa.ra-hen el-Av.-eE::,-rn and Couika-ku- I ..,n Kipu'. Beth m-re rc-n.:r? a.v l autiful, anid Con this aeeolnt t?h:r huai:a.?l h:d naif! ronsiderable o;- of :oruc- for them. Ali ben-Talar :s sleepi, u'b r his terit, and on awaking a1. l ::-ti.g a around, he was a:toni he-- at c- f'adin- his wive: repo:in, on their i:t d by hi:- ide. Io left the tent and -:re ..lly in?pected the vicinity of hi- d:vllin;:. At a .-hrt dist:nct. under a cum:p ?tf trus. he fanciuel he herd a sound of yiCe. He e ',?! Iowly. like a leopard about to seize hieis l ey, bult at this i:' .e...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE " FREE PRESS." Ia, -Wilt you pe'mit me to makes few remarks on the appeal case ricnvtly heard at Kilmore, Ha milton v. the Pyalong Road Board. This appeal ad reference to upwards of 1700 acres of lenl in NIorandir;g, 376 acres in Glenarona, end ir. HIImilton's preemrptivo right in the same I rish The Moranding lnd was originally sold in twelve a!lotment,, but s ow a uvrt only of one, the average vJue p'r acre esp~red in which was 3s 5d. The witures for the appe lent proved this to be unim prored lcr.d alien't d from the Crown, and that al lot'ner.t, 167A, 152, and 151 were not value for ten shillings an sore in fe 'imple. Nw, by the latter part of clause 190 of the Local Goverument Act lands so circumstanced must be valued at five per centum on the value of the fee simple, or sizpence per acre according to the above evidence. The whole 1700 ecres are then taken in globo as bting in a cimisar conditio-. It would be idle indeed to ask any...

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NEW ZEALAND SYDNEY, MONAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

NEW, ZEALAND (FROJ] THE AIRGUS CORRESPONDENT) SYDNEY, MoXAy. The steamship Tararua brings Auckland papers no the 1st inst. The Southern Cross says the war at Wan. ganui has been brought to a close. The troops are in full retreat, after a most in glorious campaign. The Waitora natives were about to surren der, but seeing the troops moving into winter q uartersthey determined on holding Wereroa General Cameron and staff had arrived at Auckland, for the purpose of conferring with the Governor on the despatches received from the Home Government. . General Waddy commands at Patea during the general's absence. Four of the mounted corps and four sol diers, on commissariat duty, were surprised by the rebels near Taranaki. Private Hawke, of the Mounted Corps, was killed, and Pri vate Jury, of the 43rd iegiment, is missing. Colonel Warre, hearing that the rebels were likely to be reinforced by the Ngatiina niopotos, took a position commandifig the pass through the White Cliffs, thus severing ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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OUR DEFENCES. (Australian Maritime Register, May 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

OUR DEFENCES. --4- (Australian Maritime Register, Ma?y 1.) The defence of the port of Melbourne .rom the invading ships of war has for years )cupied the attention of our Legislature. Our present relations with the United States as advised by suestn sive mails from England, Ire calculated to create inereasini. anxiety:. an the subject, and to elevate it into one of bhe most pressing and immediate impor bances. The question commends itself in an especial manner to the consideration of the shipping and underwriting interests, and we have therfore felt it our duty, as the representa tive of those interests, to make some sugges tions upon it. TWhile the city and suburbs-and, indeed, the colony at large-should contribute liber ally to the defence of the capital, it is only fair if the shipping, and especially English shipping, which frequent these waters should, bear a proportion of the expense. It would be one of the first objects of a rival maritime power to destroy the commerce of Grea...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE BLL To-Moornwl EvENING.-Weun derstand that prcepar:tions of a very extensive characfer are Laing made for the Ball, coming oi" to-miorro;: evening, at the Survey School House, in aid of building repairs, and such other necessary accompaniments as shall secure to that institution greater facilities for conducting the business of the school than it has hitherto possessed. Considering the object to be of so laudable a character, and judging from the long list of stewards in another column, and the position of these gentlemen charged with cateriinz the enter tainment, we doubt not the ball wili he a decided success. Bvlands, Springf!-l and the neighbouring districts wll, we u' -- - stand, be fairly and very fully representeo and although the Schoolhouse is one of the most spacious building of its kind in the colony, apprehension is entertained that there will not be room enough for the gay and merry assemblage. This puts us in mind of old time<, and we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

=AGENTS FOR THE "FREE PRESS." -o- E TSS?. GORDON & GOTCH, rf C.llizr rrs,, w w? ', Melbourne, have been appointed Agents :c .- "r h ,rrat r EENS'CHALL, of SEYMOUR, has been ap 7--r'ed Ag nt f.r this ,Journal for t.e district of "Mr ~A?ONEY, Teicher, Bylands, 1 e ren sp r.cLted Agent for this Journalin that cit-i -: lr QQUCIl, Storekeeper, BROADFORD, has !cen p?ocinted Agent icr this Jcmrnalin the Broad :e:r: DULN &KELLTY, Strektepe: s,DARLING FORD, Big River, has been appointed agent in that C?i_:t:e for th Journal. r THE KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, EILMOR. THE terms for advertising in the Kilsore Free SPress are asunder:- IWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for egverteents crdered for one month; twen:y -er c: ;t fcr two mornths; and thhirt-three per een f r txree ncn t?a :-beyond which time a spec. arrangc -er.t wi2 be made. Ite terms of subscription to the Kileeor Free Presi wri te...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

COD3EiRCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LILMORE. WLFet 7& 63 to 8. 61 per bushel I Il OF BRTAIL rIICE&. kats, C: I i "1, 3.91 to 4i 01 per bihkel Brar' 1. 6d t3 I. 81 per bushel Pollard, NA ter busiel Putt ae'. 7s t, 8" per ewt. Has,5e Gi t lcr cat Chaff, 6a pr etrt. Huimc2err-From the Mivor .rni we quote the foolowing vT(-e: Flour, h1tt, £24 rwv t mi WFhe.-,S- 03 to 8e 64' pr bushel P..ilrd. 2. 3I er Paisel Bean, I i er biohel Od.,4 5i«perh'.4el Prime see ta-+, 5e 6d per bushel Hay £I I0i ;er tci Poua:ote, £3 per ton KvrvxT.-The followinz are the prices new ruiio g .us quoted b tIe :peron qucrrdiam Flour, £ 21 et .£ 10e per ton W'h at, Si ner ese OA's 3, tr 3 S t per bushel BE IDoo.-Frcm t.e cncie IndeperdesL we qucte the! flowi. p a1 olrts! epricee current: Flour Adedeide, £ 7 per tan ~ Cole ni-l. £.4 Chilian r23 From, 9s per bcshel Oatp, colonia', 4 t 9 per bu5hel C . ff, £5 per t-n Hay, f4 15e per ton Mxi orsEx.-Frum the Fera'd w.' quota the fl lcwicg : El,- , Ad.laide. £23 to...

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KILMORE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE TUESDAY MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

KILMORE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE TIESDAX LYt 9. The usual Committee meeting of the-Kil more Hospital was held a~ the Council Chambers on Tuesday 'evening last. The ( members preient were- -The President I (Mr. IL Wilson), Dr. icholson and Messrs I 3o~ence, Taylor, Flynn, Arens Key, Mur ray, Corbor, M.L Hiaea, Thomas, Hartnell, and J. C. "Haes,hon. see. The minutes of the previous meeting I were read and confirmed. A letter from the Donnybrook and Wal Ln Wallan Road Board, enclosing a cheque .or £10, as'a donation to the institution was ordered to be aeknowledged with thanks. One or two other unimportant comuni- - cations were also read. A report from the House Surgeon was read and considered, a long discussion having taken place relative to the number 1 of out-door patients in connection with the 4 Hospital A paragraph in the report having 1 recomended the planting of vines in the Hospital grounds.one or two of the mem bers stated they had no doubt that many 4 of the people about Kilmore ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS, NOTICE. ' ~f iE P XR. NERSHIP heretofore existing between L RICanD FITZGERALD, of Ri:hmrnd, and HE!XBY VA HEv?xs, of Kilmore, trading under the title of" R. FITZGaALD, -& Co, Timber Dealcrs, & ; Kilmore," has, this day been dissolved by mu ual consent. All Accoun a dueo to and by the above firm will be rccived and paid by the sai: RIcairAD FrITGOEALD. Witness our hands, this 31st day of M!are!, 1855. RICHARD FITZGERALD. HENRY VANItEEMS. Wicres : Ml. HAxrs. R. FIf'ZGERALD bge tio return his sincere thanks to the potrrns of the lase ?m of R. F. & Co., for past favors, and rtspcctfuly solicits a continuance of them to his late part.er, Mr. Vanheeme, by whom and on whose account the businesss will henceforth be earritd on. In can, ection with the above rotice I beg respect fully toiof-:rm the public, and those friends who have favoured us wit a itberel encouragsment, that having. purchased the inu:reit of my late partner, Mr. R. Fnzg, raid, in the...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS The execution of Joseph Brown, who at the last Criminal Sittings of the Supreme Court was sentenced to death for the murder of Emanuel Jacobs on March 22, at the Whitington Tavern, Bnurke-street, took place at the gaol on Thursday morning, in presence of about twenty spectators. At an early hour the prisoner was removed from the cell which he had been occupying since sentence was passed to one adjoining the new drop, and he was attended by the gaol chap-   lain up to the moment of execution. At ten o'clock the deputy-sheriff (Mr. L. Ellis), ac- companied by the governor of the gaol, en- tered the cell of the prisoner, and informed him that the hour had come. He stepped outside on the gallery, where he was pinioned   by the hangman. After he had taken his place upon the drop, and the rope had been adjusted, he asked if he might be allowed to   speak a few words, and being answered in   the afirmitive, he offer...

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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, MAY 2. The above Board held their usual meeting, at Seymour, on Tuesday, May 2. Present :--The Chairman (Mr. Morrison), and Messrs. A. Carnie, A. Guild, J. Muir- head, A. Porter, and the new member for Seymour sub-division, Thomas Morris. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of 'Mr. Guild, seconded by Mr. Carnie. The correspondence sent since the last meeting was read by the Clerk, also, the correspondence received as follows-       1. From the Roads and Bridges ofl,- Lo Lare polling places for each sub-division of he district submitted. Complied with. 2. From the same, forwarding pay-.sheets ,r expenditure on Sunday Creek bridge, to ae prepared by the Engineer. 3. From the same, to have vouchers for he expenditure of the balance of the £2003 orwarded. Complied with. 4. From the same, stating that no pro. ision was made on the estiimates for 1s63, or this Board, as previously pr...

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PYALONG ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865

PYALONG ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, May 10. adjourned meeting of the above Board was held on the 10th instant. Present :-The Chairman, and Messers. Bourke, Quinlan and White. On the subject of the delegation to Walan Wallan, on the toll question, Mr. Bourke stated that he would not again accompany, or be a delegate on the same subject, finding the other delegate acting contrary to the interest of the district, nothing could be done. The other delegate, Mr. White, defended the course taken by him, stating the Willow- ravin Board had been authorised by the Government to spend the toll money in the manner they had done. A letter from A. Renny, Tooborne, asking to have a reserved road at Pyalong open. Ordered to be reported on by the Surveyor. A letter was ordered to be sent to the Government asking that the Heathcote road through this district be proclaimed a main road. Tenders as follows were then opened for spreading metal on the Sydney road at Green's Pinch. £ s. d. Morrissey ..............

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ORIGINAL POETRY. PROPHET USSHER AT WALLAN WALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 May 1865

OPIGP5NAL POETRY. 1 PROPHET T-~SHER AT WALLAN t P.,. L , .\ . His wondrous feat was to reclaim The godless goats of Walan. All from Ber heba right to Pan. Hundreds met to see the marn, To know his great nimyteioui? plan To save lost sheep at Wallan. Ere the great prophet silence broke, Or aught divine sublimely spoke, Some holy cake he gave the folk, The sinful folk of WalIan. Each saint and sinner now partakes Of those well baked. those blessed cakes Can ne'er be got at wicked wakes We sometimes hold at Wallan. Such cakes so sweet, such tea so fine, Was never got by me or mine, No wonder that. for so divine The pretty girls of Wallan. The prophet then mounts up the stairs, And for the saints he says his prayers, When he exposed religious wares To ,uit the gulls of Wallan. In godlike terms he then began, And thus his great oration ran, Ye swine, ye devils, I'ml the man To save the goats of Wallan. f A shepherd I of Wesley line, Who, like a star. doth always shine To guide lost sheep...

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EXECUTION OF CONFEDERATE PIRATE AND SPY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 May 1865

EXECUTION OF CONFEDERlATE PIPRATE A}D SPY. In the Iew York papers of the 25thl Feb uary we ilud the t-oblioing account of 'the execution of Captain Betl; convicted and sentenced to death na a pirate and spy : John Y. leall, the rebel pirate and spy, was haiingc'lyestrdy t i'eniu ol att Gover nor's lhd;nd, for t'he ' irlnea ag.iina his coun try -and the laws of nations of which he stood .convicted Iu the rigid enforcement of.the sentence liposed by ;a-milit:iiry conm mission -npon this main, his confedei'ates. will see the detcrmiination of oar Govern ment to protect its citizins from plindering raids, its commaerce from tre.u-herous pirat ical attack,:, and its ports and doklyards froi prowling spies. The _fit of this man and, -nch of his fellows as may be similarly coavited will do more to relievteus irom the incurAions and annoyance of rebcel1 thieves ipon our ftontiers, and stowal ay pirates oi our nmercht.ait ste.iuners, thin t!i - e:mploy ment of a arnmy of guards ;nd detective...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 May 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. *bauolelliy J fir,' r dy r} i i-`t; r~id J >e.c r , , Allderat a ani writtd4 j tF.' ian t r~ , Lot t. fia fiyil L 'zAe0 good ,ýnmurirst ; "-. i to c43 t`~ ii:Hiths; n`nr: 1·' i e autt~hmiceV-.i t v · t . Ii'Cr ta 1,·':tv o r "· ·ptr-; taot ieeesmili y ,* ýUL ic·dsti c, bL; a4 a :ýk rur.i::r 0,god t

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