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Instructions for Saving Drowning Persons by Swimming to their Relief. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

_Instructions for Saving Drown?li 'Persons by Swimming to their "Relief :lst Wheon you approach a person drowning itn the water assure himi, ii a loud and firm voice, th)t teo is safe; aind. Before jumping in to save him, "divest yol?self as far and'assquickly as possible of all clothes; tear them if necessary, but if there is not timed, loose at'all events the foot: of 'your drawers if they'are . tied, as, if you do not. do so, they fill with water and drag you. 3rd. On swinmming to a person in the sea, if ha be ?truggling, do not seize him then, but keep offl' for it few seconds, till he gets a mouthful or two; for it is sheer madness to take -hold of a man when: he is struggling ,in,?the water, and if you do, you run a'great risk. 4th. Then got "close to him and take 'fast hold of thehe hair of- his head, turi Isims as Iquickly .aspossiblo:oni to his back, give him; I sudden-pull, and.this will cause hits to float ; then throw yourself on':your,back.also, and swii for the shore, ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, April, 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

EUROPEAN T ELEGRAMS. LoN .. o , Apr il, 9 French" gunboatse have bombarded Ningennine, a port on thoa Gold Coant, as a punishment to the natives for having massacred a number of French traders..' The. gunboats have also blockaded the port, and :have thereby. interfered with the trade to such:an extent that the European residents have protested. .,... Denis Florence IM'Carthy, an Irish' poet 'of,. theo' patriotic school, diied yesterday. Loeno'e, April 10. Intelligence has been received of the definite appbointmeint of M1. do Giers as Minister of Foreign Affairs in Rusaia, in place of Princo Gortschakoff.. !M. Giers was" formerly Deputy' Minister for Forein .,iffiirs. ,This Lchange ii the Russian Ministry will, it is believed, inauguratoe . the adoption of a niore peaceful policy. i The Russian army is shortly to be reduced by 38,000 men. The Irish nimbers 'of Parli~isent who voted with the Governinnt iii tlhe' House of Conimnos iii :favor of the clOiture proposal have given dissatis...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

A main named Michaenol O'Oonnor, 44 years of ago, residing at the Dando nong State Forest, was taken to the Iolbourno Hospital on Monday, aulfer in/? from a gunshot wound in the right oyo. A number of friends, who were on a shooting excursion called on him. While ho was in the aot of handing some refreshments to ono of thonm a gun which the latter had in his hanl was accidentally discharged, the hall passing through O'Connor's eye. The man's Injuries woro considered too serious to merely treat him and send him iway, and he was accordingly detained in the inastitution,

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A FIFTY YEARS' RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

;A LFIETY YEARS' RETROSPECT. ;In O4chamber's .Journal'! for Fol i:. ry 'there appears an interesting :.aricle, from the pan of ,the vonerable editor,,entitled . Remembrances of a Long and Busy'Life," from' which we take the following extract:*-The first idea that ,occurs in a ;very prolonged rotrospeot is the prodigious change that, has ,taken place in .the social coeditions of the country. I feoel asif living in new world; yet with thie wonted'tokens of antiquity oblorvablo as of 'yore. :Old notions and prejudic ha Io' silently passed away., 'The.denser forms of i'.gnorance lhave disappeared. Many ,pretentious bughears hlaveO bI?n ox ploded. Griovous indications of poverty in many quarters. have been superseded :by oymptoms of individual and. national prosperity. There used to be frequent uproars about the anticipated iouin of Slabor by the introduction of maclhlinery. Although machinery has in almost all tihe industrial arts been freely intro .iluogd, there is smore .employment of...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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(EYENING MAIL.) LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

LosDOe, April 10. :Mr. 0. S. Parnell, the Land League leader, ~ho has eo.:i confined in. Kil mainham gaol as a ' iuspect" for some monthls, has been releasCd on, parole for a week, in order to enable hili to attoend the .funeral of ..his sistur's .child at Paris. Intelligencb has been received that 3,000 Chilese hlvo started from Hong Kong for 'the. United States.: They will land in'Britisah Columbia a'nd pro ceed thence, tho object being to evado the refstrictiosiianiticipated wider recnt legislation..; :,

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

MAIL NOTIAES. Mails close at tihe Mafrl Post-offilo for the following places as under : ForSalo Rosodlo,Tr Tarlgon,Moe, Water loo, Melbourno, and other places along the Gippsland railway line, daily at 11 a.m. going through the same day. For Toonabbio, Glenmaggio, Hoyflold, Cowwar, boaton, Walhalla, Coopor's Creek, and flappy.go.Lucky (via fra ralgon), Tuosdays, Tlhuorsdays, and Satur days, at 11 a.m., leaving Trrarlgon next day for the above places. For Stratford, Yeorung, Dolvino, Coon gulmorang (Lindonow Flat), Bairnedalo, and Briagolong dily at 11 am. For Grant, Dargo, lBulgoback, Mondays and Fridays at 11 a.m. For Port Albert, Tarravillo, Woodside, Stradbroko, and Longford, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 am. For Uplper Maffra daily at 4 p.m. For Iloyfiold and Tinamba, on Tuos days, Thursadays and Saturdays, at 4 p.m. Tho Post-oflico is opon for general business from 9 asi., and closes at 8 p.m. daily, and is closed between the hours of 1 and 2 p.m., and from 0 p.m. t...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

COMIMERCIAL INTILLIQENCE. oaPPsLAND STOCK RPORTS. Mesars. English, Peck, and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-For primo and good sorts prices up 10N; light and inferior sorts about late rates. Store Cattle.-Now that we have had some rain, prices have improved a little, and we expect prices to harden if the season keepa favorable. At Dairnsdalo last Saturday, we sold Mr. Sterling's 100 Snowy River bullocks at L4 11s, and 006 bullocks at L3 6d ; also the culls of Mr. Crisp's cows at L1 5s and L1 8s; also some store owes at 4a On Monday g at Traralgon our yards fully supplied, and all cleared at satisfac tory prices, bidding being brisk. Fat bullocks, L 17s 6d ; store bullocks, L3 12s 6d, L4 2s 6d, I 10s; stoeers 1 to 3 years, L1 10s, Li 12s, L1 10s, L2, L2 its, L2 15s, L3, L3 12s 6d ; heifers same ago, L1 10s, LI 12s Li 17s, L2 65 ; cows, L2 10s, L2 12s 6d, L3, LA as. Horses.-L5 to L10. On Wednesday we held Mr. Hudson's clearing-out sale at Marley Point, the attendance was largo and bidding v...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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ROMANCE OF A LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

ROMANCE OF , A LIFE.. : O'ie nilghtFinF l01 little girl about one year old iwasldoposite iii the drawer of "ihe' Foueidhi g Hospital--at Brest. Siote attached to her skirtstoild thlat her name waso Solange, and tihat le iwoul'd be reclaimede b) her fatler. Tlie claim was never.. made,. howaever, and in due time the child wa\ transferred tot .he aylum to beo educated there; SAs e e grew up she developed a most extraordinary beauty; butl er :intellect ,sppeared'to be very weakiiand. io suff! cred from frequesitnervous'fits. When she was twelve ~ears old she was sent out'inio the streets to sell flowers; and 'her'beauty and modesty attracted !iony people's goodwill; but she grow wakeor anii weakeB,'and at at last' he died;or at least it was thought so. According to Fronch custom, sho was burled In an open basket, and, as It was wintei, and the soil was frozen, she was laid into the grave only covered wsith , thini layer of sand. During the night she awoke, and, pushing the sand' away, ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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CAPTURE OF FRANK CAWLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

CAP'?U.'REl OF: FRANKi OAWLEY. Siergeant Irwin'and Coiwtableo Walsh; succeeded onh Siiunday night' in rapt; rIg Frank Cawloywvho'eobcaped from, the Sale gaol ontli:ea12th 'February, while .waiting:his trial. for horse-stealing' and !larcony 'fromn .,a dwelliing. For. some weeks past various rumors have licon afloat as to.whlero Cawley was. hidden, and: "ipositive information" was fur niished to the polio that ho was among theo ranges abovo Toongabbio,. at Yiarrnm, and at Briagolong. A resi dint of MaiFlra also said Ihe saw' Cisvley at tie Princes's Bridge station, at M -el ibourn.. Thoe mnostielialile inforinatior. was furnished, by a resident of Upper MIaffrai tottlio effect, that Ciawley was with some liark-strippers among the ranges. above thatf settlimont, and that lias.turned:out to, be thefct f On Sun day. ovening:tlhe sergeant and' constable arrivedat, Ben Cruncaohan,Creek,,at. the fotof the nmounthin of that name, and near the hliead of the Avon River. On ithe bank Hof te cr...

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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. "The birds whose music fills the air, Do chirp and chatter heedlessly." ANON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

COMMENTS ON EVENTS. "The birds whoso music fills the air, Do chirp and chatter heedlessly." -ANON. For the first- time in the annals of Victoria, :the volunteer encampment has not been swamped.. It used to be a saying, " Call out the volunteers and the rain must; come," but this time our red-coats have- had. weather to order. I lops this propitious occasion may be the mqans'of ro-iiititutingg the annual encamnpment,: as,by its, systematic and practical routineo,- the -raw recruitsa of which oui colonial forces are prinicipally composed, gain some little koowledge of whatn may be expected of thni on tie battle field. The discreditable licking which the Sale cricketers received at thei hands of their visiting opponents the other day, may lio the means of awaking them to a" moren lively interest ii ori of: the manliest games that ever ?proved a Briton's vigor. It is a pity that:more unanimity -of spirit 'does not- exist between the local teams, for :no?hiror could imore auspicious attr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

Trade. Addresses.. THE 'M AF FR A: SPETATOR" NEWSPAPER . D OiNERIAL, JO. B. PRINT ,ING', . 0 F F I CE, Milafla, North Gippland. The Proprietor of the' MafLba Spectator" bligs to notify to the inhabita . ts i of th :t district that ho is Spropoied' to recoive orders for PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. The Jobbing Phint is reploto with .nll ,.,, the Latest Inmprovements. POSTING BILLS, OF ALL SIZES, O» colored or thliito piiqor, ci bo hiand ::, on ithoi shortest notice: , BUSINESS Fosses CONCERT TICKErS, CARDnS, PooosuMnccs,' CIRo?-rL?.?,' -:.D.HA-"? DL?Y".'.5:r' PROSPE?Tt, ;' "SIHOW OCARIDS,. rr ci BOOS, BILL HEADS,??S, PAnstisrs;c , ' VSTriN CARDSa, The Proprietor. being determined ".to oexcuto all orders ntrusiated to his care at : .,,' SLOWEST-POSSIBLE PRICES;,. Respectfully. solicits a; share of public patronage. Roaes for the.. guidance of Advertisers, ' Sibsoribers and Correspondents:e All lottorsintended -for insertion must be'aceompannled by:the real name of thes writer, not ne...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. (Br Er.acrto TooLUIo??LPl.) Wednesday,. Evening. Messrs. A. AM'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1,640 head drawnl? .for. Prices ruled the same as last- week. We sold 40 bullocks for Mr. James Nicol to 10 guineas, averaging £9 12s; 23 for Mir W. Buckley to £9, averaging Bguineas; and cows to £8 5s, averaging' £6; MIr. E. Buckley's cows at £5 7s Gd ; Verling's bullocks to £9, averaging £8 Gs 4d; M'Donald's bullocks to £7 17s Gd, averaging £7 10s, and cows to £5 15s; Daniel's bullocks to £8 10s, averaging £7 16s; bullocks from Sale to £f 7s Gd, averaging £7 10s 3d; also calves:from~£1 8 to £1 15s. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report: -Fat Cattle.- 1,633 were penned; quality from medium to prime. Market brisk, at an advance of 10s. Best pens bullocks up to £12 15s. Fat Sheep.-9,540 yarded; market brisk at an advance of Gd. to is. Prime heavy cross-Lred wethers to 17s; prime merino wothers, to 12s Gd. Fat Lambs. -1,760 forward, chiefly medium quality, and market fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

Auctions. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, APRIL 14., FAT AND STORE CATTLE. A M'LEAN and CO. will-Soll at their yards 20 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows. Also, 200 Magnificent Bullocks, 4 to 6 years old, well bred, half-fat, very quiet, and straight from the breeder's station. The grandest lot forward this season. 100 Superior Bullocks, very quiet. 100 Good Cows and Heifers. - 120 Splendid Cows from MIanaro. 70 Splendid Bullocks from Cooma. 50 Good Steers and Heifers. 100 Splendid Cows. HAVING Established a Branch of our Business in Melbourne, we are now prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES of Cattle, Sheep, etc. at the Flenmington Yards, and to undertake the sale of all kinds of Property, Farm Produce, etc., privately or by puclic auclion. We are also in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the very lowest rates of interest, and to conduct auction sales, valuations, etae, in any part of Victoria. Orrica:-- [48 Queen-sat., Melbourne. LJohnson.stroet, Maffra. A. M'LEAN & CO. MAFFRA, F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 April 1882

Ooaohes. &c. • 0BB - and CO.'sa COACHES leave . i C1RITERION HOTEL, SALE to i'BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m.: daily (Sunday excepted), 'rriviag' at oiroadtle at 7.30 p;a. . ro. 10s.: i All information ?c., at Cobb and Co.'s Oflice, Critorion Hotel, Sale. t Sale to )Waflra and Newry ROYAL MAIL; FISHER'S comfortably convored . COACH will RUN D)AILY botwoen above places, 'loving Nowry dailj at 9.45 am., Malsr 11.15 am., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, .and.roturn.tlhosnmo day, leaving Sale a~t" l.30, arriviig at faflka 4 p.m., and Nowry 5.30. p. m. ;Passengers andt paiceula booked at the following place :- . T ade, 1. Duggan's Criterion,Hotel; Blurfc, Wm. Bannister's Cailiden Hotel; and at'awlin's Nowry Hotel. All parcels left for. convoyance must.beo 'preid, 'othloriviso they will not be for +- arded. .. J FISHER, i Proprietor. IHEYFIELD TO MAFFR A : HE Conveyance ,between the aboro 1 places will . be DISCOIN'IINUED until further: notice. AAny lrl, cels that can be forwarded on horaback...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

" MISOELLANEOUS; ',ii .Hay of the value, of soveral: mil iion dollars nis annually mported idto No vYork Sate from anada S.lThe ,divers of .the Mount ,Browne The horses li?h ' tol be flogged ;fromi'th beginning t to the end of'ithe.stage,'; an rveombllwielkhilg skeletons.,,t[ . -Very sevcro: weather I hai been ex perionced overthe whole of the United States, and .destructive. cyclones are, reported to liave occurred in .tansas and Iichigani. Seeral' persons were killed,?and a large amnount of property; destroyed..:. . The revolver is, the " Morning Post" says,pn ali.probability destined to be discarded from use in the army and niavy, Irish' constabulary and other Governimoent 'services, in favor of a new weapon, the mitrailouse pistol, in Which there are four barrels, which are loaded at once by a quadruple cartridge big eiougli' to afford good hold for the fingers. Forty shots per miniite can be discharged, and the empty cartridges ejected automatically. The pistol will take the or...

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AN ADVENTURER'S WIFE IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

'- 20"A DVENTUTRER'S1WIFE IN . ...f.o.O . ..O i LE: J .... .:,JAii extraordinary charge of obtaining, r gadsy, hyif lse pieiten.es. was p.re ferred ..bings ayoung lady ,ho gave the name o 'Of orgiana Parkyn. The prisoner ~baiind goods, and presented three 'hillsbearing.the forged name of "Lord .Airchibald Douglass, IRoman Catholic SPrisist of London." Tahe "esh vis'o inkalle for an eloquent and nsingilgas udefence mado by the accused lad)y which "occupied quite an hour iil delivýry, aid the character of which hrea?ed muoh Sensation in :the croweod court. The p?iisdnero stated that the cnas e as a thorough conspiracy to?get herconviced. She was married some, months. since to •. Captain Parkyn, a mine igent, but she 'ind his friends did not get'onh'ar snoniously. Subsequently she followed him to London, where hIe left her with' a- blank :cheque to fill up to pay hotel eipoenses during 'her stay there. :A ,prosecutioni was then instituted against heorbecause she had forgot her husband'...

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THE BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

;. ;THE' BUTCHEIR . --- . This week, hildi I shall. show: you the He s generally a good ,man, hut sometimes has a bad , The butcheris a jolly fellow there fore itis meat. thathe cutsjup ocea. He is a good husband, and. his wife cleaves unto. hi. ;He takes greatkrenr of his cleaver. , .:-, ,:?? ~: ,:The ib?rtcher; is' a great favourite amongi thelfair sex. RHe is always killing. ? .I: . : _ The butcher never sell?:horisomeat, hlthodigh he has beens known to cut up and dispose of a fillet" s ::The butcher iil?iknock down'an' ox and lamb is woni an+'i chil d; =bit let us iot'he to&l harsh'on the poor creatuire, foi aipork reachr hoi is i It has been said that what is Bread in the lone won't cmde out of the flesh, but tie butcher gets much of his bread in the bone liesells to you and doen't this {come out of the flesh 4"i The . butcher has been.. blamned for charging you as much for.tle bonq as for the flesh,; but he does not require you to take the,bone.e H o?carefully removes ...

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SUICIDE OF A JOURNALIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

,-SUICIDE OF A. JOURNALIST. -!?Thle "Alta California" -of 10th-of "Miairch Acntaidns the following partici This respecting the suicido of Kennedy. rtthliSan Fiancisco journalist; who: was a native of New South Wales :-Yester :'lay morining a chambers-iaid .of th Russ House, upon receiving tno answer t?o her knock at room 103, occipied by ?E. T. Konnedy, a'well-knpwri joufrnalist ii this city, opened the door ,and was horrified to find him lying fully dressed on the libed, dead. Deputy Coroner Smith,,on his arrival found an empty vial an?~,Another full of laudanum, on the bed, under the doceased. On a table was found the following letter to Georg Bs'ries:-" 7th March 1882. Des:DearBarnes,-Do not think 're in 'iaiive!' it all. I am only disgusted. If tlae y life it is because it seeoms ,o mei better than. to live. On that basis you can't quarrel with me.- D?ear, `old Barnes, ise have been friends ni'.y years . It seems to me tihat life is ot thrown away in this way "I have - des-. cri...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 20. 1882 AT the very moment when we had hoped that all traces of small-pox had been eradicated from the colony, the fearful news reachesus that another case of this fell disease had been discovered in the very heart of the metropolis No blame can be attached to the Govern ment in the matter, as the disease did not make itself apparent for some days after the arrival of the patient in Melbourne, and it was doubtless thought that the infection haviiig beeq success fully dispelled, further preca'tions of the strict inature before adopted might he discoxltinued. Wevare glad- tosee that the Central Board of Health have taken prompt and energetio measures in transferring the patient to the quarantine station, and causing every thing likely tq convoy the disease to be destroyed. But still, so quickly and by such. subtle means, does this loath. some disease scatter and spread its germs, that when it is thought all trace of it has been destroyed it springs up afre...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday; Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

MELBOURNE; CAlTLE ;REPORTS. * (BirErE rni O TiuinuPHr.) SWednesday;? Evening.' Messre. A. M!Lean and Co aport: Fat! Cattle.-I;970 heai;d drawn for: A. furtlhr: rise in. besn quality, took plac. We sold liuillcks froin Salo to £10, averaging .£88 14s; and, cows at £7:1s;' Bolind's b1gllocks at £7, and cowsiat L41 is Little's, Sii, bullocks at £7'12s Gd, and cows at £4 7s:6d l'CoIe, sen.,""'covws'to £5 Tos' Gd; avoraging £5; M'Farland's ,cows to £5 12s 6d; averon?g _ £5 ;:3 Jaos Low ullglk ' a? n 6d, and cows at £5. 7s Gd.' ?Aniuber f calves fromn 'Messrs: Ryanand flanimond report: --at : Cattle. --1,99 wero : ponned ; quality mediuon toprimueand' market firm; at equal to .last iweok's rates. Prime pens bullockss to'£12; single extra bullocks to £14. We isold a draft of cows for'H. =P. :"Keogh,' Loyang. Fat .Sheep.- i4,969 yarded;, ,thrcee fourths cross-bred, and balance merinos: Market brisk, at;an advance of about Sd. per head, on tho. best 'sorts.'Beet eross-brled wethoers, .15s .t...

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