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DANDENONG TURF CLUB RACES NOMINATIONS. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

DANDEiNONG TURF CLUB 1ACE? NOMINATIONS. -IANDIOAP HURDLE IACF. A Jones' h I Almond Buh,5 yr. John Flinn'a b g Saxon, 6 yrs. Janes McFarlanie', h m W\oolecrter W. W1 . Ponell's hg Maxwell, 5 yeare. Samuel Cole's g g Fietail, aged. Maurice Griflin'a bg Aaron, aged. Goyder's b g Paragon, 5 yars. Heywood's b g Comedian, 5 years. DANDENONG IIaNDIao '. A. Selman'sh Stockhamen, by Stockham.:lw. * Alfred ,Jnes's b m Lady Somerville, 5 .F, Jamey Kennedy's" b g Flinders, 5 yie. H. Chifatay'a h g Clodhopper, G. Howard's g g Resoltion, 5 yr. O'N.ill's h mn Dolly, aged. John Phillips's b m Hlaidee, 4yr". Steve Mahon'a h f Fernlet . 4 yel. Samuel Cole's Cru.keen, aged. A. H. Bartlett's b g Monk, 4 yrr. Maurice Griffin's R"eoliuion. Heywood's ch nm Zoo, aged. T. Law? les' blk nm Fanny, aged. Thomas Pell'a br g Ilerdtman. 6 )r.. W. I. Looker's b c Lincoln, 3 yrs. TW. H. Looker'a ch in Electra, 5 yrb. HaNDICAP STEEPLECHASE. John K. Dunbar's br g Panic, aged. L. Barnard'a Im l Murgah, by King Alfrd, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

:GALE OF CHAt?t;cS FORl ADv?R'vE rlSu N Twenty WVords, for One Inertion .. 1 Twenty to Thirty Words, do ... 2s Thirty to Forty Words, do . altove Forty Words, at the rate of 3s per inch, if for One Insertion only. A large DiscomT upon all Advertisemente appearing for Three Months. Advetismente mutt specify on the face of them the number of inssrtions, or they will be continued and charged for till countermanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publicationi. DIRI T.OR Y7 Solicitors MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Little" Collins stree east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletrce road, Gardiner. Butchers IPINNIGER, JOHN, General Family Bntcher Rowena Parade, Richmond. Miscellaneous J. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, 117a Car. - digan street, oppoeite Argyle rquare,,Cailton, formerly of 19 Argyle place; Lygone treet., Grazing Paddocks- :` " PINNEY'SGRAZING PADDOCK, Pakenham. -Address: 1? lork'etreet, Prahra. . Surveyors- . HOLLAND ' LOXTON Atithorised ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. - -----0----- Our columns are open for the discussion of all questions which are not of a sectarian charater. We wish it to be distinctly, understood, however, that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. All communications for in- sertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer, as a guarantee of good faith. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Morniglton Journal SIR,—A perusal of your journal this evening shows the sorry state of political matters in South Bourke. A more mixed job lot of candidates it would be difficult to get together. Why should South Bourke be a resting place for the halt, the lame and the blind in politics, in this way? Is it beeause of the scattered character of the electorate taking in eand Mordialloc, Caul-   field and Warrandyte? Is it because of the diverse character of the interests to be represented, including as it does the "wild woodcarters," ...

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CHRIST CHURCH, BERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

CHRIST CHURCH, BERWICK. For many years the residents of Berwick belonging to the Episcopal Church have kept in view the desirability of erecting a church in the township. Several years since they had bricks made for the purpose but, being a limited portion of the community, were unable to proceed any further, and it was thought desirable to, again turn the bricks into money, which was made the foundation of a fund for the purpose of erecting a church when better opportonity presented itself. Recently the railway works and the selection of land has added tempor arily some energetic men, and, it was thought desirable by the prominent resi dents, that the proper time to take action had arrived, and steps, were taken to set about the good work; the result is that a neat little -church has :been erected.: The land for the purpose was granted several years since, about an acre, fronting Palmer, and Peel streets. The work was let in two contracts, to Messrs. Dalton & Son and T Hend...

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CRICKETING JOTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

CRICKETING JOTS. -- 0 -- On Saturday, the 3rd instant, a crickct match was played at Norwood, between the first eleven of the Norwood club and a team from Springvale. The visitors went'first to the.wickets, but did not seem at hoimeo to the bowling of E. Dillon and J. Blanlcsbv, and were disposed of W itli airmining rapidity for tile small total of '3 runs, C. McQuade being the highest scorer witl 15. .. After a short interval 'A. THrrey and J. Mace haindled the willuw on 'behalf of the Nor wood, and at once conimenced to score. Rains were coming freely and fiat, wheo Iiurrey, in attemptin? to .play a' ball unntlei his leg;ala Cooper, was bowled by MlcQuade, having made a very rapid 9.. His place was filled by T. Dillon, who, after totting up 9, suffered the penalty- due to rashness and va?riin' out. F. Hiirrey now took up his position at the vacint'wicket; but was bowled off his pad befor' le ehad time to add 'to them total.' :'Iisssuccessor, J; Coakley, also did not trouble the sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

DANDENONG. TURF CLUB. ANNUAL RACES. To be held at theNew Course, Whetham's Paddock, THURSDAY a'd FRIDAY, 22nd and 23rd MARCH, 1877. President-Lieut. Colonel T. Bruce Hutton, J.P. Stewards : Mr. F. JIendereon Mr. F. Row Mr. T. Rossiter . Mr. John Munday Mr. F. Poole .. I : r. Joseph Clarke Mr. L. Egan : Mr. G. M. Abbott. Judge-Mr. Thomas Rossiter. Starter-M-r. F. Row. Clerk of Course-M-r. James John Whetham. SHandicapper--Mr. George Savory. Clerk of Scalee-Mr. Charles Davies. Son. Secretary and Treasurer-Mr. Augustus W. Rodd. Night of general entry-Tuesday, March 20th, at 8 o'clock.. ......... FIRST DAY. To start at 1 o'clock sharp. let race. MAIDEN PLATE, Of 15 eovs. One mile and a half. "Weight for age; For all horses that have never won an advertised prize of £10 and over. Entrance, 30s. S2. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, Of £20. About two miles, over eight hurdles, 3ft. Gin. high. Nominations to be sentto thohon. secretary, enclosing .£L on or before 8 p.m. on Monday, the 5th of March. We...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON, Jan. 19th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. OUR LONDON LETTER. (From our Own Correspondent.) LoNvox Jan. 19th. The latest news from Constantinople is very unsatisfactory. The Conference is generally held to be a failure, and is on tlhe point of dissolution. The Turks have re sorted to every artifice of procrastination and evasion, while the Plenipotentiaries have gone to the utmost verge of concession to gild the bitter pill. In fact, the medicine has been robbed of nearly all its efficacy in order to make it palatable. But the " sick man" obstinately reftses to swallow it, and even declares himself ready to fight the most powerful of his doctors, rather than take the obnoxious prescription. The Con ference has sent in its final proposals to the Porte whose formal answer to them will, it is said, be given in a -day or two. That answer is fully expected to be another decided and defiant refusal; in which case, all the foreign ambassadors, Lord Salisbury, of course, included, are to quit the Turkish...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, 10th March. Before Mr. R. G. Be[?]son (chairman) and Messrs Thos. Watts and William C. Watts and Dr Embling, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, 10th March. Before Mr. R. G. Benson (chairman) and Messrs Thos. Watts and William C. Watts Sarid' Dr:Eribling, J.P. Mailrice Gritfin, of the' Victoria Amateur TurfiClub: hotel; was summoned .by Con, stable McSweeney for Sunday trading. The 'supposed usual question: of ' re- you a traveller ',wans put to the: constable, who was in plain clothes, and the answer given that he .was not, but "shurely he was not .to be deprived of; his beer on that account," obtained: permission,. paid for and had a drink.,, .In- defence Griffin stated that he ,was rather. deaf, owing to an injury by a fall ,irom . a; horse, and understood that he was a traveller.-Fined 20s. I. ligou-v. John Geo. Ileywood ; work and abor, 5,3s 10d.-Adjourned for four teen; days, i - Thos. Jeanes was fined gs Gd for having no c-ntrol, and Thlos. Fiddes Os for allowing nide head of cattle to wander. . Robert Sirgleton was siimmoned for do positing, night-soil on his land without the written ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 10th March. Before W. Templeton, Esq., P.M., and W. R. Looker, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. -0- S 1 OKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 10th March.. Before W. Templeton; Esq., P.M1., and W. 'R."Liolser; sq:', J.P. ~ : Thompson and Foster v. `II. Williains; 'gods, £4 3s:9il.-Struck out. lFrank Foster v. Johln A Locke; assault. -Withdrawn. !Same v. same; threatening language.- Withdrawn. Bridget Jansen applied for a warrant of ejectment against her husband, Carl J. Jan sen, from land situate in Elsternwick, which was granted. iAn appeal by John Gairde,of Nunawad ing, against the valuatioii of his property, was struck out, the ndtice being incorrect. John Jordan, as President of the Shire of Oakleiglr, sunnmoned Thos. Miller, one of the Shire councillors, for using offensive language, cintrary to the bye-laws, towards Councillor Armstrong. Alr Miller appeared for the prosecution and Mr Read for the defence. Before the:case was entered into Mr Templeton suggested, out of respect. to a' nmn holding the position of a Councillor and of one who had had a seat on t...

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CRICKETING JOTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

ORIOKETING JOTS. e-0 A cricket match was' played on the Brandy Creek Cricket Ground on Saturday lanst, "between the First Elevens of " the Brandy Creek and. Berwick Cricket Clubs. The matcli created a great amount of in terest; and though the Berwick men were rather knocked up after their journey, the contest was looked upon asa certainty for Bdrwick. The weather was good, and -7 though slightly rough, the wicket :was in very fine order. llhere were about one lhundreid people present--a very large muster for .Brandy Creek. The .Brandy Creek; who went first to the wickets, made a very ihir start, the wickets of Davis and Dwyer having fallen in quick succession to the bowling of Owen, while Barr. bagged that 'of Greenaway, the three batsmen having made jointly two runs. Charsley and Byrrell, however, got together, and," having made a good start, put a brighter aspect on the face of affairs, making 20 runs between them. The remainder of the batsmen contributed only fourteen runs to: th...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

'.. ORRESPONDENCE.. - - 0 - Our columns are opcn for the discussion ofall guestions which are not of a 'sctarian character. We owish it to be distinctly, un?derstood, however, Chat too do not identify ourselves wcith the opinions erpressed by err' correspondents. All communications for in. section mnnst be addressed to the Editor, and contain the namc and address of the writer, asa oguarantee of ood faith. .

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THE HAWTHORN NUISANCE. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

TIUE HAWTHORN NUISANCE. To the Editor of the South Bourkeand ?rornington Jornal. Sir,-Some years ago a property-coutiguous to the Town Hall of Hawthorn and to some other premises wis purchased by a' lady, who expended a large amount of money in building and making other im provements. It is a' very desirable and suitable residence for any respectable person who may. wish to live in the neighborhood, and particularly as it fronts the Gleherrie oroad, and has a fine fruit garden'in the front,and a large paddock in the rear. After spend ing herb money'lheefound that an intolerable nuisance existed or was created on aspot coterminous to her property, which has not only been pestiferous to her self and family but also to others, who, being in terested, make little or no complaint. Tihe effluvia which at certain times exhale from this pestilential spot becomes unbearable. If manufactures .are supposed in some countries to consume their own eeoke it appears to me that the owners of the pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

AnvIOec i MOTHue?!-Are you broken in your res by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle lo fIrs. Winsl?w's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor eufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and pleasant to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep. by relieving the child from pain, and the little eoerub awakes "as bright as abutton." It soothes the childl. it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for dysaeutery and diarthota, whether arising from teething or other canses. Mrs. Winalow'a Soothing Syrup Is sold by Medicine dealers everywhere at es. ljd. per bottle. Manufactured at 493 Oxford tet, Lopdno, .. log fr?it atstioni 6f:the throat and hoarseness' will : be,agresably- surprised at the almost immediate relief?, ntlorded bhy: the .use of "Brown's Bronehial TroLies." Ti ese famous "lozenges" are now sold by nioel 're peetable chemnists in this country at Is. ...

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DANDENONG TURF CLUB MEETING. MARCH 22, and 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

DANDENONG TURF CLUB 3IEEfiSG. MARCH 22, and 23. The Weights for the HANDICAP HUURDDE iRAC. Of 20 says. Atout two tileh. 81. lb. St. lb. Aaron ...... 11 0 Almoni Buhll ... 9 7 S xon ....... 10 6 Comedian ... 9 0 Paragon... 9 12 Woolorte: r ... 8 9 Firetail ... 9 10 Maxwell ... ... DANDENONG TIUF CLUB HANDICAP, Of 30 sors. Two miles. at. lb. st. lb Clodhopper .... 8 10 Dolly ...... Zoo ..... ... 8 4 Fanny ...... 7 0 Flinders .. .. 8 2 Farnlea .. 7 0 lonnk... ...... 8 2 llddman...... 7 Re-olution...... 8 0 Stockhaol ...... 6 r' Lady Somervillo 8 0 Lincoln .., ... 6 11 laideo ... 7... 10 Electra ...... 3 Oruikkeen .. ... 7 7 HANDICAP ToEPLECAIInE, Of 25 sors. About three milem. et. lb. St. It. Murgah ......10 12 Maxwell ... .. 9 hlickey Free ,,, 10 7 IHellnan ... ,,. 9 0 Panic... ...... 10 7 Black Boy... ... 9 0 Firetail ... ... o9 10 Da Unlos ... 9 0 Hero ... ...... 9 10 Ioneral ...... 9 0 GEO. SAVORY, Hlandicapper.

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SELECT POETRY. CORN FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

S.ELECT POETRY:. CORN. FLOWERS. From dawn till desk, we followed up The reapers throngh the wheat; And tied the rustling corn, that lay Like unnshine at our feet. Kate laughed with Willie all day long, And Kate sang merrily; He said she sang like any bird, And then she laughed to me. For Kate he reaped the poppies red That nodded in the corn; For me he broke a pale sweet rose, And pulled away the thorn . .. ' He said the flowers were like her cheek. Mly heart was sore all day; And when he held the rose to me, I turned my face away. The blue shades fell; and by the stile At dust we eat to rest; Through tears, I watched the angels' wings That flickered in the wet. - They gossiped; and I heard them Eay: 'Oh, sheis never seon When Kate is nearl She's slight and pale; And Kate is like a queen.' And they went gaily by the fields; " And I, to hide my pain, Slipped from them at the dueky stile, And went home by the lane. I heard his step-I would not stay And when he came to near, I felt him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

'CALE OF CUlAitCiES FOrit AOVERTISING Icntoy Words, forOne Insertion . . .. "s Twenty to Thirty Words, do ... 2s Thirty to Forty Words, - do So above Folty Words, at the rate of 3S-per inch, if for Ono Isertioa only. .. . A large DlsCOrNT npon all Advertisemehts appearing for Three Months. Advertisements must specify on the face of them the number of insartions, or they will be continued and charged for till ounter.nanded. All orders for withdrawal or alteration to hbe sent in on the day prior to publication. DIRECTORY. Solicitors- MILLER, THOMAS, 64 Little Collins stree east, Melbourne; and Toonah Cottage, Wat tletreo road, Gardiner. Butchers- PINNIGElt, JOHN, General Family Botcher Rlowena Parade, Richmond.' Soiscellaneous J. MOLT, Water Filter Mannfacturer, 117a Car; digan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formerly of 19 Argyle place, Lygon street. Grazing Paddocts hINNEY'SGkAZING PADDOCK, Pakenham. -Address: 10 York street, Prahlran. Surveyors HOLLAND LOXTON, Anthorised S...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1877. THAT Mr. Witt has been useful in his capacity as Chairman of the Nunawading Shire Council we have had many oppor tunities of observing. In fact, it seems as if he cannot' he done without. His alses'ee' from the' meetinig previous to that of Saturdayy evening was the occasion of business being done in such a way as to cause a division among the members, some of whom would not take their seats at the mee'ting or Saturday evening last, because the same member ('Vr. Keogh) is isi:ishe.chair, aind thli question as to whetheil heo was :legally elected thereto caused endless .contention. The point on which the legality of the whole pro ceedings of the meeting hinges is whether a: member of a Shire Council, being in the-place of meeting, though not in his place at the table, is to be considered for tle time' being'' as a member of such .Ci??ncil. In this case there were four members in tleir places, and as Councillor Ellingworth made his appearance in the Hall a m...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

EAsTEnac MARKET, March 10:-Vegetables Basil. is; per doz bunchee; beans, kidney, 3d to 4d per lb ' bouquets, 4a to 10s per dozen; cabbages, 2s to 2s Gd do; carrots, 8d to 9d per don bunches ; cresse,;ater, Gd. to 8d. do.; celery, 2s. do.; cueumbers, 2Soto 4s do ; borseredish, 2s to 5s per dozen sticks; garlic, 3d per lb ;lettuces, le to is 6d per doz;-mari joram, 4d to: 8d do; mint, 8d to 9d do; Onions, dried 7s. Gd. to 8s. per cwt; do., green, Gd. per dozen bunches; parsley, 9d do; parsanips; d to ls 6d do peas, 2d. to 2jd. per lb; potatoes, Ls. per ewt rhubarb, Gd to la per doz bunches; radishes, 6d do; sage, 8d to 9d do; shallots, 2d to 3d per lb ; spinach, 2d to 3d per lb; thyme, 8d per don bunches; turnips, 9d. to Is. Gd per dozen bunches:' Fruit : Almonds. 3d per lb.; apples,, dessert, 4e. to' Gs. .Gd. per bushel; do., cooking, 2s. to.4s. 6d. do; walnuts; 12s do; grapes, 2d to 4}d per lb.; quinces, Id per lh; melons, water, 2s. 6d. to 3S. per dozen; pears, 2d to 3d do.; plums,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

wounnLIrZ!-FOR THE TEETH AND BREATH.-& few drops of the liquid " Florline" sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleesiant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stope decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. The -.Fragrant Florilins," being composed in part of Honey and sweet herbs, s deli. ciono to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s. 6d., of all Chemists and Per. famers. Prepared by Hleary . Ga~rLO, 493 Oxford ptreet, London. 6703emd THE G. V. BROOKE AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. President, Dr. L. L. Smith; Vice-President, G. P Johnson, Esq.; Treasurer, Mr. P. F. Prendergast. Patron: GEO. COPPIN ESQ., M. L. A. A General MEETING of Members will be held on TUESDAY EVENING next at Eight o'clock sharp, at Prendergast's Town Hall Club Hotel, Bridg...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 7th March. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M. and Dr. Clarke J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 14 March 1877

RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 7th-March.: -. Before Mr..Templeton, P.M. and Dr. Clarke J.P. Jas:.Williams, Jas. Ryan, John .Bell, R. Rider and Geo. Hugman were charged with assaulting Ching Ah Wing, a Chinese tea hawker, on the 26th of Fesruary last, on Simpson's road. The prosecutor, who was sworn in the usual' orthodox manner, de posed that on the day in question he was following, his ordinary, occupation at about half-past' three o'clock in the afternoon, when a lot of larrikins came round him and gave him an awful hit in the eye, for which he -gave no provocation. He pointed out the defendant Williams as. the one who struck him with his fist. The blow he received almost blinded him. He, then struck Williams with his stick and tried to get away, but he was not able, he could not see what took place after that. He believed the other four prisoners were there, but he could not say. what part they .took in the assault, While he was down on the ground he was. kicked and pulled ab...

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