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REGISTRATION OF PRIVATE HOSPITALS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

REGISTRATION! OF PRIVATE . . HOSPITALS , An" eiliciont system of regis tering'private hospitals whereby they will be placed under a cen tral . .controlling:body,is - being devised by' the .Health" depart ment, : or at least the department aims at planning such a.system.; At present, under:inunicipal coni ti;ol ; these institutions are . al lowed tosp'ringiipproiniscuous ly,- and there :is' ;a complete ab: sence ol' ' uniformity ; of \ aim'. Some, municipalities arfe strict in their requirements;: others' are lax; some refuse; registration of private hospitals absolutely. As is the 'ea^e. in many .other mat ters where, municipal control dominates; . there'is, no system and- no" method. The Board-, of Health proposes to alter this. It' will, take the whole of the pri-. vate hospitals of the State.'under'' its. jurisdiction, and. see that they are not only conducted ef ficiently, but- that they an; used solely for legitimate cases,? and; that there shall be aii end to. the scandals, wh...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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RURAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIATION. DISBANDMENT ALLEGED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

RURAL PRODUCERS' ASSOCIA TION. DISBANDMENT ALLEGED An extraordinary meeting of tlio Victorian Rural Producers' Associa tion, Elmore brajicli. was called; for on Thursday afternoon to take ac tion upon (Ik; direction of the. cen tral executive of tliat' body, that •all branches of the association be disbanded forthwith. Thp secretary had received a circular .. from the central executive in'ima'ing that, acting under legal advice, it " ht\'d been djecided tp" disband ' the as sociation. in ord|ei-' to defeat the attempt of the Australian "Workers' Union to cite if. in ' tho Arbittra^ tion Court, Tho fundfl of the associa tion would) it was stafod bo vested in trustees, to be usedf in defending producers' interests when an award was sought in the 'Arbitration Court, Any further fees sliouldj be irj thq nature of donation, which wpuM lie put fo thq cref^il! of the fund. and| used as stated, but1 producer's should; not'attach themselves to ajjy assQciqtjon ag such, or- they would rondier...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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FACTORIES' ACT PROSECUTION. AN UNFORTUNATE CASE. P.M. COMMENTS ON CIRCUMSTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

FACTORIES' ACT PROSECU TION. ' ' ' • ' ' ^ - • ' ' I v AN UNFORTUNATE CASE. .. ' P.M. COMMENTS ON CIRCUM STANCES. :. . ' ■ ; - At, the Dookie police court on Wednesday,, before Mtt, J.. \V. Beavan, P.M., Callander and Forei', storekeepers, at Dookie, were proceeded against for ; breaches of the Factories Act. ! In outlining: the case for the prosecution. Constable Slater, in spector for Dookie district, said that there were three charges against the defendant linn of having paid youths employed by them. 2/6 per week each less than the fixed rate. In two cases the -lads became entitled to in creases in. July, and one in Sep tember. . As soon as the matter was brought under notice, the defendant firm immediately paid ; up all arrears due, and explained : the-positioh^o. the; Minister, .but ' a prosecution: had been decided i on. : Mr.. Charles Forer, partner in ! the defendant firm,pleaded guilty to each count under extenuating circumstances. uThe week before the increases became.due ...

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PECULIAR AND PAINFUL ACCIDENT. CHILD'S EXPERIENCE CLEFT STICK ENTERS LIP. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

PECULIAR AND PAINFUL ACCIDENT. " CHILD'S EXPERIENCE CLEFT STICK E"S TEIIS LIP Kitty Slarritt, live years of age, whose parents are well*, known residents of. North Moo roopna, met with a peculiar and painful accident on Thursday evening last.. She was playing with other children, when she stumbled and fell on a deal board a large splinter-from, which en tered her.,,upper, lip. The little one's apony was great, and she wasi; driven into Shepparton by her'parents, aiid taken to Dr. J. M'Kcnna's surgery. The docLor, on making a: careful inspection, found ithat there was a cleft in the splinter, oneportion of which passed outside the'lip. The other section had been forced into the lip,- :and,, for a length of about an inch and a half, had gone be tween.the skin and I he mucous membrane. The divided splinter was/firmly fixed in that position. The child was put under chloro form, and with a pair of forceps, Dr. M'Kenna succeeded in extrac ting the wood, making a clean job, of it. The woun...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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DAMAGED COINS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

DAMAGED COINS. There is a gjoort' cjeal of truth in ; the saying" "that one half the .world does riot know how the other half lives'y In a great many cases where ; people piok up' a living on tlio ! by-patlis of life there is abunaant ; "reasons why they make no osten tatious display of their method^,. If. is well-known that some persons ■ make considerable profits by "sweating" gold coins;. Others get a more mooest return from a more violent treatment- of silver coins'. ■ At present there is an unusually large quantity of debased; silver coin in circulation. The fact, of course, has not escaped the notice of the ; Federal Treasury officials, who are now considering a scheme by which damaged! or what are technically called "maltreated;" coins, may be purchased by the Commonwealth at their bullion value. The view is held that it is not just tli'at the public should 1 bear the expense of redeem- I ing at their face value coins which have been wilfully mutilated,". It is considered! in...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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TRANSPORTING THE HARVEST ENORMOUS TRAFFIC. RECORDS BEATEN [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

TRANSPORTING THE HARVEST ENORMOUS TRAFFIC?. RECORDS BEATEN Several records have already/been broken this season in connection with the grain traffic. Suice the be ginning of the transport season on December 16 a total of 1,697,027 bags of wheat has been despatched to the seaboard That quantity- is a recordi for (lie period;. During the same term of la,<K seafcon only 559.046 bags were carriedl by rail.' An inctication of the extent of the traffic can be obtained! from the fact that since January 2 a total of nearly 682 000 bags lifull been dispatched1. 1 I ' The more expeditious transport of thp-harvest this season ha,3 been mad.e possible by the fact that a much larger quantity, of rolling stocn is at the disposal of the department There are now available ,712 Jocor niotives and1 16,721 trucks, or an increase of 70 locomotives and) 1496 trucks as compared' wjth the same period of last year. Very few com plaints in respect -to truck supplies have been roadie, and the bloc...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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FROM TREE TO CONSUMER. ATTRACTIVE SCHEME STARTED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

FROM TREE TO CONSUMER. -A TTH ACTIVE SCHEME SMARTED • ■ Statistics compiled show that .Vic torians cat comparatively little-friiit whereas compared with other coun tries, Melbourne alone slioulcljcon su'me more fruit than Victoria grows;.: . The explanation offered generally is the .high cost for even the most j prolific' fruit' in seasoni.;. This; -has; been a.source of much investigation "by the Co-operative Fruit Growers'. Association, and: part of the high cost.: lias been attributed(o -waste and 'expense in handfliug,: A; .large percentage • • of • the,, frvilt: is bruised^: aucS rendered unattractive in the. in-* terval-—sonietim'eis' lohg-r-bHweeii the - orcliardist andi - the consumed, i'lfow, a new system lias been adopted and suCces^ is confidently expected. Instead)'or bulk handling the co'-operatiev orehardists .' have purchased eardiboard boxes of' a uniform- size of nine inches by six,, inchcs*. There is a- iid,' andj threaded; cord- niakes a .handy carry-all when fill...

Publication Title: Shepparton News
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BORDER RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

BORDER RAILWAYS '. In' the comjiig sesaion of the New South Wales Parliament the pro posals for the construction of border railways in the Riverina district will again be considered. Sonic time ago the Premiers of Victoria and New South AVales entered into an agree ment in connection with the pro posed! extensions of certain. Victor ian lines across the Murray River \.nto the Riverina district, beyond Euston, AVentworth and Moama. Un der tiie agreement Victoria is to build an extension from Chillingollah Xortli to tile south bank of the Murray, at its own cost, and then to 'cai'iy the line across the river to Euston, two-thirds of the cost" being borne by Victoria andl one third. by New South AVales,. A line will then be run almost due north into New South AVales, at that State's cost on the understanding.: that, .when it is. complete, Victoria will operate this railway, and .will allow New'South .AVafes Current raj.es of interest on the capital expended!. Railway communication will...

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MOOROOPNA-WYUNA RAILWAY. MR. BEAUCHAMP ENTERTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

MOOItOOPNA-WYUNA RAILWAY. MR. BEA.UCHAMP ENTERTAINED Interest in the proposed rail way from Mooroopna via Ard mona, North Mooroopna, and Undera, to Wyuna is increasing in intensity. The visit of Mr. Beauchamp, of the Railways de partment, to inspect the pro posed route and the outlying districts which it would affect, was hailed with pleasure, and on Wednesday landholders of Undera expressed satisfaction at this opportunity of presenting their claims, wnich, as will be seen, are strong ones, and deser ving: of weighty consideration. Mr Beauchamp, on arrival, was entertained by residents at a splendid luncheon provided- by Mr. T. J. Quinlan, of the Undera Hotel. Afterwards an adjourn ment was made to the hall where sixty or seventy residents atten ded in order to give tteir sup port to the proposed railway. Gr. R. Stewart presided, and intro duced Mr. Beauchamp. A gene ral discussion followed. Mr. Allen, who has been a resident of Undera for 40 years, emphasised the necessity of a ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 12 January 1914

SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. SHEEP ... JANUARY 13 CATTLE ... JANUARY 20 PIGS ; ... JANUARY 26 AUCTION SALES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Tuesday, January 13. Shepparton Sheep Sale. T. Sandlant's Furniture Sale. Numurkah Pig and Poultry Sale. St. James: Green, Manning & Co.'s Stock Sale. Wednesday, January 14.' Nalinga Stock Sale.. Katamatite: Campbell & Co.'s Stock Sale.. Strathmerton Stock Sale. I. Wallace's Clearing Sale at Boho. Thursday, January 15. Katandra Monthly Stock Sale. C. C. Gardner's Furniture Sale. J. W. Miller's land sale, Na thalia. Tatura Stock Sale. Numurkah Special Slock Sale. Friday, January 16. Shepparton Special Sheep Sale of 16,000 sheep. Toolamba Stock Sale.. Wm. Briggs' Clearing Sale at Mooroopna. Numurkah Stock Sale. -Violet Town: Watts, Turnbull and Co's Stock Sale. Saturday, January 17. ; Cobram Stock Sale. Monday, January 19. Dookie Stock Sale. Undera Stock Sale. Devenish: Watts,. Turnbull & Co.'s Stock Sale. Tuesday, Ja...

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CONTROL OF STINKWORT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

CONTROL OF STINKWORT. "There is,"- sa.Vs Professor Pais kins, of Roscwortliv College, South Australia, "an indirect benefit which attaches to tlio consistent grazing: or stubbles which eaiinnol bo too. strongly insisted upon; I refer to the ready mastery which it gives the farmer over stinkwort (Inula graveolens)!. I think I can say, witlH Out offensive boastfulness, that in the matter of stinkwort, i the coN lege fields are in marked contrast with those of most of our neighbors and this I attribute exclusively to the fact that every year we graze our stubbles heavily and consistently ' wjth sheep as early in the season as possible. For the purpose it is very little uso waiting until March to turn the sheep into the stubbles; they must have access to Iheni whilst the weed is still in the early stage of its growth; young plants sheep will eat. out completely; of older ones they will no moro than nibble .off the growing extremities. ■ If a field is known to .be "badly infested with st...

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SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL. MOTIONS CARRIED, THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

SHEPPARTON SHIRE COUNCIL', i i MOTIONS CARRIED, I ,THE ESTIMATES, 'At Monday's meeting of, Shep-i j par ton Shire Council motions were j oarriod authorising' new works etc and tlio estimates of receipts and expenditure for the ' Current year wore also submitted. I I Motions Carried!. - Crs • Kerrjns and Mitchell: That the secretary instruct the health 'officer to make inspections wherc ever lie (the secretary) deemed it necessary in the interests of the public health. 1 Crs. Fair and Slicil: That tenders1 bo invited for repairs to the flro plugs of the town'. i . ' ' Crs Pair and Thompson: Tliat the Provincial Electrical Development Company be . written to and in-i j formed that 'the present ■ lighting arrangements appear to Jje unsat-, isfactory and compare unfavorably with lighting in other country towns, and asking for an improve ment. ' 1 L i . Crs Fair and ICerrins: That the secretary write to the municipalities of the Goulburn Valley, inviting them to meet- in conference at Sl...

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DRY FARMING. FOURTEEN-BUSHEL CROP. ON 2[?] INCHES RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

DRY FARMING. F0URTJ3EN-BUSIIEL CROP. ON -25 INCHES RAIN. One of the observers Tor the Commonwealth : '-Meteorological: ■ Service, who-Js farming'' on a large scale at ; Tratee, ■ near Par.kes, JST.S.W-..;in sendijig in. his annual' rdlurn .:of. . the -rainfall, < makes soine'very interesting •connhenllswon -the—relation be tween this and; the .crop'-returns realised by him. . Ilis experience " con firms in-, a* most admirable and comforting manner the theory—now largely^ translaled . into practice—that by. properiand careful tillage of the soil for the previous- ten or twelve months'before seeding sufficient inoisture may bo retai ned in the subsoil to provide storage- upon which the wheat plant may-draw arid thrive even in winters sd^dryas to. make'fai lure certain -under the older me-, thods;of:,cultivaLion.r By the end' of "Juiie^-at- -Traleo some 3,000 acres were •-scoded. Although from this time till.,the crop was harvested at. the end of Novem ber .only 21 inches of...

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AMERICAN METHODS. HOW PRODUCE IS HANDLED. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

j AMERICAN METHODS. HOW PRODUCE IS HANDLED. Mr. J. W. Arthur Kelly has favored the Echuca 'Advertiser.' with his views as to the market ing of produce in America, wlich will, doubtless, be of some in terest to readers. The - manner in which , tlio orange trade of California is sus s'.tained and controlled is typical f'f Amercan methods, and is wor thy of comment. The country of Los Angeles, and southward into Southern California, prevdu ces large quantities of splendid oranges. The grow.ers quickly found that when each one sent into market his produce indepen dently the want of method in gauging the requirements of the • market's led to gluts and loss. They sent their car loads of fruit throughout: the.^States, much :of^•Hheiro:prQ.duce'::•:;eoing right across to. the Eastern side of the Cohtinentj^ and:: ibefore they adopted a well considered sys tem "they found in many cases • their' suppliesFexceeded the de mand iii": particular.,cities. . They 'thus suffercd;?'ldss;~.;, To' stea...

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JACKIE CLARK'S FAIR CONSORT. BIG FACTOR IN SUCCESS. THE "DIANA OF THE WEST. THE ROMANCE OF THEIR MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

JACKIE CLARK'S FAIR .. CONSORT. BIG;: PACTOU IN SUCCESS.' •THE "DIANA'OP THE WEST. THE : ROMANCE OF THEIR • - MARRIAGE. ■ 'Newark's "Evening Star,'-' Decem ber'3 1913' ffivos excellent photos of;Jackie Clark, as cyclist and civi lian -and' Mrs Jackie dark. Copies ' of the - paper were received by ;a •'recent mail by' his . mother, Mrs Ti. ■ Jon es;C ru ml in,' Shepparton. The ' tells . 'the following interest ing-narrative regarding Mrs Clark's cam .of her husbaud, describing, at •th;e'.same~ time, the romance of their iniuxiage;^ - i .1 , ^ If you .are , a Jjikc fan , probably ' you have. noticed- a- stylishlyr dressed jittrac.tive;;little .woman with a pair. •'df.?::big blu6x6jres;'.and dark brown ' hair",sitting -just back.,of- the, rajl seats iii section ]? at the Yolodromo. The society ^editor would call her beautif ill, aricL no . doubt, she is, - ai-;, though, judging- 'the.-':'-1 attractiveness, of the fair; sex -is" beyond the pale ■ of the contributor - of; this; page:.. "...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

WEDDING. :■ , KEMM—-ROBINSON. y , A very pretty wedding . was celebrated on November 27, 1913 at Mt. Erica Methodist Church,' Windsor, by Rev. J. Crean, when John M'lvor Kcmm, eldest son of Mrs. M. and .the late" Ricliard Keram, of'Charlton road,-St. Ar naud, .was married to Miss S. Robinsoni only daughter of . the late M. and "Mrs. John Robinson,' of Toolamba.' The bride, '-who was given ; away by . Mr.. \Vm. M'Kenna, was; daintily v dressed in cream silk, .with..'courtstrain, trimmed with. fine .val -lace and orange blossom, and wore" the usual wreath and veil,' and car--: ried a shower bouquet. • The bridesmaids; ,.were:,-Misses - Lily; and Mary:; M'Donald, ; daintily dressed in. cream rvoile. Eat;h carried a ^ery.pi'etl.y shower, bou quet -of pink: roses.:: The" train bearer was- Miss Edua .Pinnick, in a dainty dress of .cream, silk with .-.•pearl trimmings.: Mr. John Barron acted as best* man. The •bridegroom1 s gifL.~to,-thp vbridfc. was~a gold:cable bangle'; bride to bridegro...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

_ CONCERNING PEOPLE ! : . An In Memoriam service in conection ' with the death of Mrs A. \V. Mactier, was held in the Presbyterian church, Tatura, on Sunday evening last.. The preacher was the Rev. II. A. Bun tine, of Nagambie, who gave an. impressive discourse from the words: "Boast • not, thyself; of lo-inorow, for thou knowest not what the day might bring-forth:" (Proverbs xxii; v. i). -During, ihc course of his- address Mr. Buntine made sympathetic re ference to the sad death of Mrs. Mactier. Christian people often. wondered .why it. was the most useful- and mosL helpful ' were called away, yet all things wor ked for the good of llis Kingdom. During the offertory Mr. Percy Lamb sang \vith beautiful ex pression the solo, "lie wipes the tear from ovory eye," whilst the choir rendered an appropriate anthem. At the close of the ser vice the organist (Mr. A. Bowie) played the "Dead iMarch in Saul" the congregation standing Willi bowed heads. : , Death has removed an' old and highly r...

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SHIRE WATERWORKS TRUST [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

SHIRE WATERWORKS TRUST The monthly meeting of the Shire of Shepparton. Waterworks Trust, was held on Monday.night at the shire hall. Present: Com. W. Phillips (chairman), E. Quin lan, R. Hoe, E. S. Green, W. Pinchbeck, and C.- H.'. Denker. Election of Chairman;. ■ The first business was the election of chairman .'for the en suing term. Com. Pinchbeck ; moved and Com. Green seconded "That Com. Denker; be appointed' chairman for the ensuing term.'" —Carried. The; ohairmari Select warmly '■ thanked his ^colleagues ; of the "Trust for the honor con ferred on him. The retiring cliairmany (Com. •Phillips^lhan-' ked commissioners 'and ^'officers for the .assistance rendered7 him during his lerm-ofoflico'.' < j : " . Cbxu'espondencei• ';/ Francis W. Nash (per L. Nasli manager) under:- date 'December 15, drew, attention .to.flooding of channel; running tlirougliihis pro perly, allot. 31c, Pine-.'Lodge, four or five acres of heavy crop' having been submerged. • Unless' the overflow...

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UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

UNIVERSITY "EXAMINATIONS. Senior and--' Junior _Public i '-'ninin.it ions in connection \yith ! Up Melbourne University were. I' -id at the Jligh School in De ('••'inber, and were supervised by IN? Rev. Geo.-Paul. • Splendid' '-suits were achieved jGdgmg r"om' the returns to. hand. The results for Latin haverliol v-->| been issued. Twenty-six -■ ndidates presented themselves f"r examination i)i:Shepparto.)i," < ut of which number there wore. • nly live. railiii-HB it i(ii\ fine ' ■ rfiril iudee<J. ,No fewer than .4(5 distinctions :\ver'c-obtained lrvthe V.HMOU8 subjects, with 88 passes.^ the more prominent in the/list of.distinctions won are Len-.-Gnv cll! Willi six, and Miss --.learn Campbell, live. _ A)>pftnf]e'j-;afe IV i exults up to date — Junior Public: Jean GampbcU; Len Cayglll, Muriel Daldy: \Vil i!ia.m.-r Johns:• MurielsGrngory;'. i Jean Meldruin. Mary Treahy, Marry Young. Three candidates have secured... l.hoU" groun.Kbiit are: await in? t,he. r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

fir INSIST OK HAVING f:W [-1A T S I ^ ... : . | i • g ri Vi.-iG jinCE WORN A WO'JDROW YOU WILL WEAR NO OTHEK STOCKED BY JAMES FALRLEY, SHEPPAllTON. ' J. P- McLENNAN'S umrrier Sale ..STARTS.. • Next Saturday, 17th JANUARY, 1914. GREAT BARGAINS ! Are You Thinking of Getting a New SUIT ? SUCCESS IN LIFE Must be iargelv attributed to a Smart, Well-dressed Appearance. W e produce CLOTHES that embody character and refinement....... QUALITY stands behind our TAILORING and creates the essentia strong first impression which helps a inan to command that respect which is n- cessary for bin1! to succeed. Procure one of these Full=va!ue Suits«NOW AND GET A FULL SEASON'S WEAljL FROM IT. HIT ITTOI & GREEN The TAILORS with a reputation, WYNDHAM STREET SHEPPARTON. EASY CHAIR -only 17/6 Cohen Brother!r Furniture is notably low-priccd, select what article you will. Nothing of the sterling quality is sacrificed. SEE THIS CHAIR FOR INSTANCE. There's comfort in every inch of it—seat, back, erm re...

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