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SOUTH COAST AND WEST C[?] CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

SOUTH WAST A'NO W'ESl1 CA.MI.i|:x CO-OPERATIVE OOllf ANV, Ltd. Butter creamery. 7d to (M 7|d Hittlt. factory, fild to Id limli-r,' flri q'Jtlty Walry) 0. 5)d to 0« r, t nutter, rcoond quality, (a«irj^ It 3Jd i0 (,„ ,d I!a«n, bisl liand-cunxl, 7(1 to 7jd Karon, limt m.whlne-ciircd. Or) to 6J1 lljin-, he- h.inrt-currd/lljrt m M Hams lw« nmrfiine-curcd 7i-i to S -? t..r.l. 4 I 10 Si .;Vk, fir/t qualily. *»ltof.Jd. f'her^c, sicron'l in-i iiiftrior OJ to OJ hi.-'a'iitifMiil t. tcn^ ralvi-j. Oi(H nixOiK HI. Ililn. Ij.lw--' I-''1 .'&lM-irif. n.- I'll to £s nrl Hot, Dril ?!??? lit; , 113 Ik. to *13 Ml, -ir. -.I' (fiL-wi. .'- -in i-i.i- u.i Wbcat, .Is M W 4» M i.'liaC Ki fti 11.1 to iS 0. tlirlri' 'I ?»]»?), .Ii M Io3« H iipr I.,,,:,, 1 Urn.. 3.1 Xf Ik Sj.l pr l.iishcl P)1-.t-1. Us Old lo Ot I(VI Ittr hmhel J.iii riiteJ), ii S.1 to it IM pf-r nu-l.. I _ 'VilMferrii. Ss M t., s- 6.1 per hnrli. I Union-, £3 0j toil (H Hay ('uuoii), £?' 'V ti £? IK ll»v (lun-mc) to (K to i'5 it r.,iotn-...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

? ? m m -l m a^m&. ~ ? ? .- — ? - — *- rOR BEST SUPPLIES. -mii. BROS. For Best Cafes, Superior Quality, Extensive Variety $j||.L BROS. For Best Groceries, Bottled Fruits, Preserves etc ' HlBROS^ rtM'l!neryandDraPery-neWeSta'ddai'«-t- - Mil BTOS' Bake r!T T ^^^ SUPP'i6S °f E*'irthlB«. ,to.l BROS.. Bakers.Crocers. Drapers, tronmonsers, etQ., BongBong-st,. Bow, ,

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Standard for Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

Ihe »«ndard for Milk. Fiid«y'« '(Jazette' contains the following notification by the Colonial Treasurer, issued under the provisions of the Public Health Act of li-96, with rcgatd to the standard for milk. Tt. runs as follows :-' Milk fhall con fin not less thin 12} per ce.nl-um of eenuine milk solids, of which at loot 31 p-r cnntiini shull Iib hutter fat ; the ini:k solid- to he. obtained by drying any conv-ninrit quantity of Ihe snniple on ft wnter bath for three hours until constant in weight; then upnn tub traction of Z\ per centum of fat, the remainder slmll he, taken ns tin) co ef ficient of 'siiids not fat,' and shall Ue at least 9 perrnn'uin.' This is thn average standard for milk, and it is understood that it is intruded to apply not only to milk us supplied liy milk men, but h'so to that supplier] to cre.-uue.ries for I'Uiter-iuakin:; purposes.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral News. Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

ISoffraTS^ Some ray ' tlie^S§an , nt Bnwntl is a particularly goafiiitije ; others s»y it is uoi . that money Hunt circulating as they'd wish to see it — which is likely. ^. The ruin, IJin., Vhich fell in the e.nrly pirt of the week, freshened things up considerably. It did not come a day loo so-n. ' Southdown,' the 'residence occi. pied by iMr. W. Garling, «?«% sol.l last week for £-2100 to Mr. J. D.U'o... It in nt present occupied by Mr. Arthur Tickle, who has taken it on a three months' term. '. The death is reported of Mr. E. Pric', C.E., who recently visi'ed Bowral to report upon a w.ver supply for the town. Many lesiden's of Bowral -were anxiously awaitina his report, in Eniuch as it was expected that he would reduce the cost, of (he schema known as Losehy's tn n figure which could be satisfactorily financed. Mr. Price i-eemi-d intuitively to K'-'t a ke'ne.r insi-ht. into tlm a^iu il require nients than any oth-!r officer win has yet viBtlnd the ploceu^yl r. .Pricn rlied (if t...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

A Hish Church Dignitary. ''he RiMht Rewrend M™ siiinor O'llrkn, Reotorbf St. John's College, Sydney, h»» expressed his opinion of ::. Loasby's ' W:ihoo' * ;^ in the following terms. Dr. d'Brien's Slateraeut. St. J^hn'BCnlle.'e, Sydney, Dec. 15. 1897. A tria'l of LnRdby'» ' WahOO' has fully con vinced me of !iU exceptional merihi na a. rent dy for Indi gestion. 'iened JAMES J; O'BRIEN. To Loasby'a'Wahoo1 Mfg --? j-oasby's C*n fce obUinert from all ^hcmi(t«, price 2i 6 1, or p'»t fee from the «ule Manufac in 'era ami Proprietors. LOASBVS' WAHOO1 IF8. 09. 171 KKNr.STRBET, S\1)NEY Advert s--rs iu th » |»n rve (toaian'w1 a -?' cil -t 'on tl'-— t'iMH 'arg«r tti«n th't of a- y oiu-r paper printed -r published in the He lira ilUriet '

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Third Test Match. AUSTRALIANS WON BY AN[?]NINGS AND 13 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

T he Third Test Match. fflsTB A 1 JANS WONIiYANjIUJl NINGS AVD 13 RUNS. The thiirl test cricket match between English Eleven nnd the Australians came to a conclusion on \Vednesil»y afternoon at the Adelaide Oval with thn result that the Austr.ili.ins won by an innings and 13 runs, Following are the scores : — A dstr ? ua. -Fist, Inning. M'l-eod Ii Uri.ga ? 31 I'arlin? c Stoier b KichaHsun ? 178 Hill c Storer Ii Iti.'h.r.^on ? 8] rr pory c Plr.rer b Hirst ? 52 Ir.dale h Kichardaoa ? 84 Tmlt h Hcnrnc ? 3 Nn'-le I) Richirdson ? 3fl Kell- Ii StaMnrt ... ... '.'.'. ... 22 .li.nps run i nt ? 8 Howcll, b Hearne ? 10 Sundri-s...' ? Ii To'al ? C73 THE ENGLISHMEN. Kir-t inninpr. MacLarrn. Ii Howell ... ? 14 M 'Sim. h Jonra ? 11 RMijiieinhji c Nohle, b Trumula ... C WnywjM. Ii Jones ? 70 Storer, Ii Hnwell ? 4 Drum, o Parling, h Koh'e 24 Wrsi. cTrniiSle, Ii Nnble ? 8r. Stnaiart, c. Tones, bHowell ? 15 nriegj, c Ke'ly. h Nublo ? 14 Hearnn. h Unwell ? 0 Riohardpon, not out ? 2.5 fundrits ? 10 To'...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

I A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator MAIN-ST, MITTAGONG. Auction Sales conducted in any part of iho Bfrrlm. District. Prompt SottlemeDtf. Rtnts Hnd Deble collrcted. Tradesmen's Books posted up. Forms prepared under Land and Income Tax Bill. Agents-Norwich Fire Iuourance Company. You Want Printing. The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. A I I ^^ 1 *-». ^^ *^. j» —. ? f* m 'it v^ia.ooco Ul WOrK ai '^ Sydney Prices for Cash. mMmmtl ^HMPff?HE UB6EST IMPORTERS OF ^^^^g&SsS^i a i ??*£' ORGANS i iiismuMENTs | O*^T**T% IK AUSTRALIA. J We buy for cash at the Factories ! This is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least ao per cent, less than other Housk W, ^aranTee aJl our Instruments and exchange free of cost if V Customer not safsfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have he largest and best selecte...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

Moss \ ale Much sympailiy is expifi»5ed in lh« district with Mr. Kdward Wa'ker (first class Riirder Berrium Gaol) ^nd fmi.ily on the. lanirntuMrai d unliinely denh of liis daughter Miss 1C Wa'.k-r —The nviifpiice nt the inqa«st on Sit uidxy laK' ilisclosiii lliat deciamd harl ns-'d ciurle carbolic ncid for tooth ache, «nd by some mti'iuj unknown must have swallowed h. fital dose, of it — When discovered by on' of the fiimily she wts almost unconscious and soon be.ciimo emire.ly Ri mid re maineil in tli it state until she passed »'vny. Tim jury returned a verdict of -W'h by luibiicivei.iure fnim taking crude oiibolic ncid. Tl.eie u'iir a lar^H atiendnuce at the funeral the nr mngRnients f»r whi.h »'ei« in the h^ndi of Miwsrs. M..tili«»s aid Sun. The Rev. Fa ln-r Pi inderg .«. ie»J tbe burial service. It is mntler for coniiratiilntiou thut Kteps arc to lip Liken to leis'iii.lish i Civilian RiRc Cloli in Moss V.iW. Under th« auspices of I In- Sou hern Rifle Association R pubiie ineetii...

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The Man from Snowy River. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

T1«e Hun from Snowy Hirer. Says a writer, in tho C- otainundra Hnrald, wl.r, -? ilid ' Kowiusko : -The p-irtyon tlmt auspicious occasion Wr-re Mr. L. T. Harnett, Sergeant-it- Anns, Parliament Ilnu--e ; Commander E. V, Rnisnn, H.SI.S. Roy .list ; Lieutenant Dud', H.M S. Orl-ndo ; Mr. R. P Garran, a Mr. Harnett, junior, an-1 Guirl-- Spencer. From what we heard, they must havo harf n jolly old tim*. Speechniaking ftnd toasts were inrlnlgi-d, and Bongs and recitntinns. The eUler Harnett gave n realistic tendering of 'The Man from Snowv Hi or,' tint stirring bush l^llnil which neiirlv everv Mnntro lad known nir liy rote. 'The Man' in quesiion is no niyih ; that lie is still verv mucli alive, in the peiHon of our rurly 'usher nf the lilnck roil,' wag quite an iiilrrcftins little ditscovnry Bre ni'il'. NT'st morning it chanced we hiiH our dip in the Snowy at Jin da hyne along with Mr. Harnetf, who is ii nalivn of that vicinity, and still ' bails from Snowy River, up by Kos ciusko's side,' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

Are the Days of Miracles Past 1 THE HOBART ' CLIPPER ' SAYS ' NO.' What at first si;;lit re ids like an im probable story, but the truth of which is beyond any doubt-in the smillest detail, comes to hand fr m Port Arthur. Mrs. C. Fairclouali, wi -i of the proprietor of the Carnarvon notel, Port Arthur, and formerly a nurse in the hospital at Launceston, reports a case of marvellous cure by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pule People. For years past Bhe had been A sufferer from rheumatic affections, I which at first seemed trivial, but in J spite of ordinary precautions continued I to increase to such an extent as to give I rise to considerable alarm. ihe doc tors pronounced the case to be one of much severity, the complaint being rheumHtic gout, Everything was tnea tuac cou:a ie tried, out without avail, and Mri Fiirclough b'came at lentil a pronounced invalid. Worrying over her illness brought on a varii ty of other complaints. The least colrl in the world niTejled her to a...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Elsie Hall Concert [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

Elsie Hall Concert. Mins Elsie Hall, the gifted young Australian Pianist* met with a gener ous and hearty reception at, the Dow ral School of Acts on' Wednesday even ing. The hall was comfortably, filled, in every part, and among the Irirge' audience there was an eagerness to see the young lady who, at so early an age, baB gained renown before, some of the noted musical musters of the old world. H-r playing was a revtlation — it revealed the possibilities! of a Steinway Grand under surprising manipulation. Miss Hall's selections [ were classical, a clnas of music not alwava the most adnnterl to secure a matked effect upon any and every audience, but the selection was judicions and the efftot wub pro nounced, Mibs Hall being recalled again aud again and overwhelmed with appreciative applause. Ease and' grace, with' «n utter absence of demon stration, 6i e marked features in the performances of this talented young My before whom there must be' a brilliantj carei r in the world uf musi...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

. ? ~~~~ ? ; r . ? I ^rtfr*y-YiY1Y,YiYiY.Yfr.Y,Y.Y.ValTyW^ ^Wwwsg SPRING SHOW NOW ON ^lT 1 K COLEMAi'S Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongees, from ^H .per yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Materinla, Nattnr Clolhx, Printed Crepons, Canvas Cloths, sg^iu'rfcii Lustres, Shot Silks, Lappet Sprigged, Checked, auct Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest New 'SSiri Notion, ChnmelcOH (Jlolll, one of the Prettiest Cloths of the Season. ' 3 In Gents' «nd Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Sergn and Colored Sergerette Suits are astonishing' everyone whr sees thr:in. Taks your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Huts— all very cheap. ^ Our Boots ntid Shoes aro almost given away. The prices are' lower than ever. J In Chinn, Glass, and Crockeryware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direct from.the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rates. i. Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still ...

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Berrima District Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

Serrims District Cottage Hospital. Following is the ninth annual re port to be presented nt tbe annual meeting, on 28th inst., 1898 : — The Committee of the Berrima Dis trict Cottage Hospital have the pleasure to submit to the subscribers their report for the year ending De «embrr 31, 1897. The internal work ins of the institution for that period Iihb been characterised. I ly an uointer ' mpted smoothness which has fciven -complete satisfaction. Only within the pist niomh has a change been I made in tho nursing stnif, nnrsc Rickets having resigned after a success ful term of two years in the oapucity of probationer. Miss Discretely con tinues in her position as Matron, in which uhe gives tbe utmost suii-f act ion. ]-uring the year the Bylaws of the institution have been revised aod brought into conformity with h code of model Bylaws issued by the Bonrd of Health. The Committee has undergone, some attention wnoe ttie annual meeting. During the year Mr. H. B. Linthoru Tesigned, hftvin...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

Jtobertson. The recent rain is making a much npedec) iujprovetnnnt in the appenrmice of the district. Tbe crops are looking well. The Robertson show is again on the tapis, and many of the best exhibition nnuuxls are undergoing preparations. A good show is anticipated. The noted post office robbery re mains a mystery. The police have left no stone (but the right one) un turned, and Kl present do njtaeeni to have any clue. When will the trustees of the recreation ground spend a few £00 notes on its improvement T When will they get them to spend 1 Botwrtson cricket club will to morrow try conclusions with the Sur veyors' camp, and tbe mutch will eudi =8B§^r'j»»M_^^BKttrribee Tlie missing cas',^ box wns found some distance from the post office, minus the contents. This portion of the district takes conBideruhlo interebt in the proposed draining of the WingRcarribee ewauip, llio carrying uui ui n uiui nnuiu iucuh the nddition of exceptionally valuable property. Also it would vastly im pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

I FURNITURK, CARPETS, I 13EDSTE1DS AND BEDDING. I; A. HALL AND COMPANY, ? M ALL'S FURNISH tro»-e J1PUSKS in nne week then nny oihrr fnrni-h*Ts iln in one ' tnotnh, k v»ry a-fr gu.ranlte uf the .-XL-elleLt fiuisn of H»ll'« Km niiure and Ilieir lowpricoe HAl.L'9 UAI L'9 DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITE, t' Tastefully upholstered in Rth Mlk Covered in pood e-rr--ice»hlo Muroun Skins Tapwtry Mid Plunk Borders. Large Couch, Pair Knuy Oh»irs mid 6 . ; Settee, P»ir Ann Clmir.. and 4 U-rred ftul.fo.'-liHck SiimI' Chairs, finillChiiis-aftUINKAS. 9 I.'UINKAS. ; HALL'S HAIl/S : P«tMn-d Walnut Cn!«ur Bru.-M-.imW KhUHOOM SUITK, HALF-TESTER BEfcSTKAD, Wurfrolw, with Bevel Clam Row, Full eirc, * Pua Diiuhnu Toil* TmiIm, Bevtl lltan, DouWe Win. MattrMiv Top M.ittre.», 2Caiu Chiiri ni»l Towel Rail. HotMer »»l Sfilluwa, 9liHINEAS. £3 16v Hall'a have nn vun 69 KKLMiOOM RUl'l KS from 6 guineu lo 50 gnineu. i Ba'l'i havo no vw SO DRAWINOROOM SUITES from 4 tirncis to 25 guineas. Hall'a hiire o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. tott o^»r our Everyllli^nTD^JIIIinle'cliemiBtsl CHEAPER and BETTER at WASHINGTON 11. SUUL & CO \S CREAT DRUC EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. n-1 t ' , *J°' var»«d StMk ofPafaiit MedicuiM, Chemist.1, and Hne Jbar-gest Url-gg'u'-M»terial6addSurgii«IAppl»a.,w.lntbeSoiitl.em ? ^i ? Hemiepliere. Nothing but tbe best quality of Goo.ls kept and Prices aro the LOWEST in the Cily. A FEW OF OUR PROPRIETARY ABTICLES. SOuP-s'koI fKm?1;'' r YEAST PUVVDER- M. per tin. TRUSSES RUROICAL BANDAGES, ft,., A SPECIALITY ah oorrespondencj receives prompt attention. ? il limn ? . WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO.. M's.P.8 Manoiaoturing. J^tUagt mi Pharmacontioal Chemi.f and Brug^U. 158, 100 and g68 PITT STBtET, SYDNEY. ? CHgRgH STEEET. PARBAMATTA. ?J1* LOOK AT THIS I ^^j^ssfc ? _^' Man s Friend 'While I live I'll ~ ? ? °row-' Established over 30 Years ? ? ? ? ? . ? ^^^ . ««te to Country Storekeeoera —if Vou -», ^«.i , tea u^f^-M-JOih^o.jri;;;;;;:1^;^,^1'^ „ SiMl'I.KS HJ.M-FREE. 0!- S'rL...

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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

Mogs Vale. The township was «„ fou. last week , for the ' upper ten ' v,Un came to th» Wingfcarribep course fnr tliR B.m.. Bong Picnic IUces, snd tn wind up festiritips witli fho R .«., n..n „. .j .J n»w hall. The we-ither w,ia m'thr whole favourable for tlio r»cinz carnival, but the attendance was not «0 tfreat as last or prnvious yi-arn Some attributed this to the nbsPnw of the vice regil party, as a!sr- to a cer tain Tirratina cintmgent which mayed ?way owine; to domestic affliction in ™ ^.iisnoim t*nuly. Notwithstand ing the exclusive character of the mopting there w«« a good sprinklimr of the general public present, hut thiy did not Be'm to enjoy the sport and they^ had a 'shouldn'r-ought-'er-be- bere' appearance ahout them. Tlie Mmmittee and officials were most as liduous to preserve the dignity of the ??- ? -s '7 'ii'H«»''x most ngia rules of exclusion. 4c. The vulgar spinning Jinny was hanislii-rl ; the nimble monkey was not allowed to leave his box in order to draw the winn...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Old and New World Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

I «Jd and New World Wisdom. r Away in the dim mysterious years , when the vast tombs of the Phnroahs L were as yet unbuilded the wise men of - the East wrote and spoke philosophies which live with us today, and there is nothing more poetic or true than the old Egyptian declaration, ' The I good deed shines out like a' star.' A I deed which shines out likos. a nfjr i« reported from Sjath Brisbane. It has been known for some time that a lady resident of South Brisbane was virtually pulled back from the grave by the agency of Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills. The case was known to be re markable, and a re|-orter' was specially sent to investigate it The lady's uame is Mrs. Baeston, and her residnnce is ' Off Boundary street, near Melbourne street, South Brisbane.' Mrs. B-teston bears no trace of the terrible suffering which she for years I onaurea. ner Drst serious illness fol lowed on a cold contracted through getting w« t, and that dreadful scourge rheumatic fever supervened. In treat ing he...

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Bowral District Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

Bowral District Bice Clnb. j Tip annual mating of the Bowral Butnuc R»oeOlub will be held on I WW«u« c-.urse oh Wednesday I next, 2tt h in*t, (Anniversary Day)] Xto-eoning,' nlsb tlie handicaps,'for *» I.:.;.-P..l event,, appear jn to i»fB i,.!', h.,.l they: are tiumeretis ?noigh » . .w, iJH a good day's sport, »hioh U :. !»».ipni«,i. . ? . ? 7 ' '

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