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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

Tin: outbreak of llio gold, favor in .Victoria in 1851 was just beginning toattiact gieat excitement m Knglnnd, and especially* in a small town ill tfco custom countics vhoic IJieio lesidod, a schoolmaster whoso younger brother had emigrated to Australia several years previously, and from whom glowing de-,' sciiptious of tho wealth of the colony in that most irccious mineiftl were received by the schoolmaster, and strong inducements made for him. to leave. Eng-' lainl and ombark for Melbourne. Mr. lfouico JUUlmny (that was llie schoolmnster'u lmmo) was the idol of the- village, lie was a Iiaml tomo young man, about twenty-two yes is of age, rather tall and. slim, with liiiel.y-eut features, dark, hair, arid a heavy moustncho, largo blue oyes,'an intelligent forehead, and it humorous countenance !hat loft a favorable impression oil eveiyoiio wlio had not previously scon it. Iloraco Mild may was well likc.1 by everyone. Ho was tliij life and spiiit of tho village., His kindly and .gon...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

:.Chapter iv. Emily sunbeams streaming, through an uu ; closed lattice;'thick-garlanded1 witliiivy^and : trials of; star-wlj i to j essam ino, opened: tho -dobp-friiigod cycliils of Daidj'.:E:itiuier; with a tender kiss. 1 , Dreaming of a liappy meeting with' her .lover^ wlion all was explained s.nnd;,under-,! ■stood/she lay. in v hei\ downy, sot of ipillowa; her hair, plaited into one loose, untiily rope of glorious plen ty,- hung over her. shoulders ; tho flush of sloep was on. her delicate cheeks. , > ,' .. ' . • >. i ';- But .when the suinmer dawnr camo,'-rosy footed, , to rouse her, she sprang from .her .bed:and gazed out at the lattice :on,the.fair .prospects of park' and . river, stretchod away;, into tho green distance, " All mine ! I caiiuot believe if," thought the young1 heiress,: !is the . soft wiud^ blew; . back:the.loosu waves/of hair,straying - about > her tliroatl. It seems like a dream that I should he:here. i What a lovely naoruingI I; must go;out and expl...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER III. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

DAISY L AT I ME B on, Fon Lovk on Wualth. clial'tjjh iri. (continued.) Daisy gave ft cry of-surprise when hedrowr ; forth from his breast the identical minia ture, the loss of -wliich her mother had- so often deplored. The two picccs fitted ex actly, and barring a zig-zag line marking the fracturo, the lovely child face was coin? ploto. i " You avo fairer than your mother," ro i marked tho baronet, gazing from one to the i other ; while Daisy said, " Where did you find this ?. That photograph does not do my dear mother justice." "I'found the miniature among your father's papers, also one representing your ! mother as a very beautiful woman.'. J3ttfc i tho daugther outshines her," rejoined Sir Philip, tho swift carnation flowering hotly in tho young girl's checks at his words. " You will give mo permission to keep this ho asked, after a pause, slipping' the-, broken ' portrait into his breast; ."there now exists no further doubt as to your being the 'daughter and solo heiress of my l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

Berrima Coal-mining. Çov Limited,; BEST Household Coals nosvselHng.afc 8b. 0(1. ppr ton Truck. 6d. per ton. discount allowed 011 nil accounts paid within, savon days, o!; account rendered. RALPH BRIDGE, Agent,, 252 ' Bowralt W; 3ft. FARROW; CaJIPENTEI!,- JoiNEB, UtiDEBTAKElt, AND, GEHEIM, BuILDEH, B O ff-Eit, "Ä/TABULAN LIME at lowest prieo, for Cash by ±>A the bag or ton. ■ 3011 h. j. bradstoc#, Chronometer Watch and Clock Maker, Opposite.Railway Station,, MOSS YALE.. H J. B. will visit Bpwral every Tuesday, and . may be Been at Mr. Jacobie's Tailor's Shop. Orders left tliorq during the w.eek will, reoeiyo atten tion. ~ 321 THE MISSES GIBBONS, FASniQNABM. MlLLINEItS and DRESSMAKERS, Bong Bong-ßtreet, BOWRAL, (Two doors from the Post-office). tS" All orders punctually attended to. 314 RALPH: BRIDGE, Wholesale and fietail Butoher, Auctioneer, and General Commission Agent, BOWBAL. Agent for the Berrima Coal Co., &o. Sales çonduotqd in any part of the District. IS* Al} commu...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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INSULTING BEHAVIOUR AT A CONCERT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

IpULTJXG BICHA VIOUlî AT A CONCERT. TO.THE EDITOR OP IITE BOWBAL FJIEE PBESB. Sin,—will jQU kin illy allow rae n short space in your paper to ox'posa. the grossly-insulting treatment a young lady who assisted at tho reeonfc Prerbyterian Church concert at Mittagong received.at.tho hands of firimo contemptible ' and (íisgratíeful íriorahor or members of tho audience. Shortly after tho lady reterred lo, who, by tho way. had given her services gratuitously, lind finished her song some ruiîinn'at tho bnclt polled her witli. filthy, vegetables quite un fit for hunmii consumption. 1 can concoivo no litter method of dealing with tho perpetrator of such ft dastardly action than by tailing him by tho neclt and ejecting, him from the building ; and I am sur prised that this means was not employed in nipping in tho bud such unseemly conduct towards a lady who was doing her best to assist a good canse. It is to bo hoped that upon any future occasion young ladies of Mittagong will pause beforo vo...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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LIBEL ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

LliiEL ACTION. At thoilîalhiU'sl. District Oourt yesterday wc-olt, P. J. Bichardiv postmaster at Cowra, sued Daniel Mayno, propriotor of tho Sontinol . nowspapor, foiv Hbol, claiming £200, Tlio plaintiff was represented by Mr. Armstrong, instruoted by Hi-. .Honsloy, of Cowra ; and tho defendant by Mr. IVJlonny; ' The libel complainçclof wan contained in an artiolo from Cowra, and imputed that tho lottcrs'addrcssed to tho .Sontinol might bo inlercoptcd; at Cowra post-oilioo, and tho subscriptions abfitraolcd¡ The plaintiff and six witnesses deposed tliftt Qie.plaintilï was unmis takably referred to. ¡Tho defendant pleaded iiot guilty, but oallod no witnesses.^ Mr. Konny said thpfc tba defendant was about to publish mi apology, in which an. admission would bo. nindo that the article oomplained of- reflected 011 tlio plaintiff, and had bcou admitted imulreitantly through press of business. Thojury found for tho plaintiff, damages '£20. . "

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

«WliO VA LEÍ, A omaitET match was played in Mr. Shepherd's pad doek on" Saturday bolwcen tlio Oolo Vale and Lower Mittngong clubs, which rcsitltod in a win for tlio former by 0110 run. It was a one innings;match, anc] judging-from tlio average scores, (lie teams woro equally powerful both in bailing and bowling, tlio liiird hitting powers displayed by Mr. Harry Howling being the chief feature on tlio Colo Vale «ido; and tlio roaslorly bowling of Mr. Jtudlatid on tho Lower Mittagohg sido. But being ail ardent admirer of cricket, and in fact of any pus timo which nuiles goodfollowship, I cannot paus ovor the unaccotuilablo behaviour and terrible bad form oxhibitod by two or ihroe of tlio individuáis who comprised . the Lowor Mittagohg elqvcij ; andiwlicuhirly the \niipiro", who, above iill,'(tfymlil al least beoourteous and mannerly. Hut unfortunately I ho man (sic) who in ail evil hour wan elovatod to that responsible and soinowhat thankless position is a sinniger to either, and woul...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE BEST WAY TO OPEN THIS BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

THE BEST WAY TO OyEN THIS BOWJUL SCHOOL 0? ARTS. Oar jH'izo oE 5s. for tho boat essay oil the , nbovo Biihject has boon avyárdod to -Mina Ada Goldaby I lor tho following :— ' ■/' I Til p. importance of tho ' occasion dninands that tho I celebration should boot (is elaborate a chaructoraH /■' • Uio collcetivo wisdom of a multitudo oiin dovise. J Tho public of liowra('ftwl district will naturally ox 7 pect to assist in all thé moritis tho oommillco may i decide on for tho purpose of making tho oponing do / inonstratioii, novel,', ittintclivo, and ronimiciutivo. I 1 may bo jmrdoncd îov venturing to oxprosH a hope ,'. that the opening cpromony should- add to tho funda : of tl\o institution a no less num tliau £150. Tho adoption of a poheiiio similar to that which 1 beg to prop'nao will, 1 think, realise that amount. Tho BiUialiovi Hhóuld bo «rasped at bnco ; and tho committee should loso no timo in arranging for a moustor' demonstration. It is everything to liavu tho thing workod up to ...

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PRIZE COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

r == PRIZE COMPIiTITIOKS. Ooil prize of 2s. Oil. for tho best Uvolvo linca of * poe fry having roforcnco to tlio rejection by ptuHii. niaiat o[ tho lîovernnient i<ropo«iil to construct tho ßo'oortBOii lino from liowrnl linn been awarded to " /iliÄin," Mobb Vule. for tlio following :— Frmi'-iind-flfly men of wisdom, in tlio nation's great est llllll, S.Jt nnd talked of railway mailers, soiuo talked big mul some talked Mimll— tl'allted of districts' prist nnd present—llioro woro irionds to try nnd pleact— So ftt length old Dibbs submitted, cfo ho sol Iiis mind tti on«.', ( llobcrtson from Howiul rnihvny, fiflycn niilos, an item small: jjVnd lió ashed the limine to grant it—yoto with liini eiicli onu and all. / 33ut it wouldn't wnsh ¡ oil, linrdly 11 up arose our inembur bold : . / ' I''Twiis not, nslied for, 'tis not wiViitod," tlmt is what (ho houso ho told. i I'livco-iind-lhilly lliotujlil thp sainc^Hing nftorMao. | resinned Iiis seiit,' / Ami poor Dibbs's motion suitor«'...

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Select Poetr[?]. LONDON AS IT IS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

Btká ^)0ctrn. LONDON AS IT IS, Hekded together, like pigs in a stj'o, Men and women and children lie Huddled together in filth and rags, Boys and girls and dissoluto hags ; Thieves and workers and wives and maids ; All the vices and all trades— Every hö'rror and every sin Born of povert}', bred ofgin. Hero is a cellar—look at it well, What did tho Florentine seo in lioll? What doom of damned in his vision carao Could evor compare to that city's shame ? Look at the ceiling, the crumbling walls, The hideous floor wore a baby crawls. Well may you sicken, and turn and fly ; But this is where Christians must live & die. Clu'istiaiis ? No, they avo boasts, not meu— They are vermin bred in the filthy den ; Gin-sodden, horrible boasts of prey, Parasites born of a town's decay. Fever and pestilence, dirt, disease, Aro tho fathers and mothers of suoh as these ; Aud tho wretches wlio hord in this awful place Are the sires aud dams of tho coming race. Think of it well—shall wo let them ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

DAVID MOFFITT, Auotioncer, Land nnd Insumuco Agent, ROBERTSON, 102 DR. W. MIDDLETON Cun lio consulted daily ut Mns. Guay's, Oannonduiiï Cottaoe, ^ MITTAG ONG. 131 J. G. MORRIS, Auctioneer, Property Salesman, Insurancp Agpnt, Ac., &o.x * Opposite Railway Station, B0W1ÏAL. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Land; Estate, and General Commission Agent, MOSS VALE. j Agont for Victoria Piro Inauronço Company, JOHN WRIGHT, Auctioneer, Land and Çstalç Agont. All transaction« in the abovo lino will reçoive the greatest caro and attention. Address— MEDICAL HA LL, NATTAI, BOWRAL BRICK COMPANY. fTMIK nbovo''Company lias for Salo first-class X JiliTCKS in liny quantity. The usual discount allowed for Cash. 205 C. GROV'E, Manngor. FOR, SALE, SAWN TIMBER. Stringy Bark, Box, and Blue Gum. The bestand olieapest in the district .Lóiidcd. ..on Trucks at Top. Vor particulars apply to ' ' " ' . ' : " ; J. J. KUANR, Mittagong or Nattai. J. JACOBIE, Practical Culler, and Tailor^ BOWltAL. Largo selection of...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

lYESLEYAX €!H!K«II ANXIVERSA RY SUNDAY SERVICES. The anniversary sermons in connection with the er ection of the now Wesleynu Church in Bowral were preached on Sunday last to very fairly-attended con gregations. The Hov. T. B. McMicliacl conducted the XI o'clock service, preaching from the words—" Hus bands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, nnd gave himself for it." lie referred mainly to tho lovoof Christ to the church. Mr. B. T. Booth (rounder of tho Gospel Tempor áneo Union) conducted tho 3 o'clock service, lio chose for his test—"And tliey went forth and preached everywhere, confirming tho word of the Lord," Christianity was at work in tho world. It was a grand thing to bo a co-worltor with God, hav ing tho nssuranco that God was well pleased with tho work. We should bo indifferent to the opinions of tho world so long as we did our duty honestly. His friond Mr. Blisa, the author of a number of beautiful hymns, related an incident in connection with the firs...

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Facts, Fun, and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

Facts, Pun, and ■■.Fancy. " Ho who fights and nina away, may llvo to rim another day." To Jtcop jolly from moulding on tho top placo a boy in cbargo. No good crop of corn without bad grains', no bad 0110 without good grains. A peacock's leathern may not point a moral, but thoy cortainly adorn a tail. Supremo power is iikoa kite.; It flies high indeed, but somo imp always holds tho string. You can lead a horso to water—and it's of ton the samo with a man—but you oan'b make him drink. Life is a necklet of small and great troubles which philosophy strings aud unstriugs with a smiling countcnanco. A pickpocket was nonplussed when the gentloman said to him :—"Excuso me, I lrnve no timo to spare." Biches aro loss wealth than is learning, , for wisdom cannot bo stolon or lost ; it is therefore thy best friond. Evory heart has secret sorrow, which tho world knows not, and oftentimes wo call a mangold when-he is only sad. A coat-tail flirtation is tliolatest. A wrink led coat-tail bearing du...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

m!M»Ai\OOX. The weather during Llio past fortnight lina boon remarkably cool ami variable. On Saturday last ttio !l allotments of land belonging to tlio I'riinitivo Methodist con nection, wcro Bold on 21 years' leases by public auction, nnil realized satisfactory prices. Messrs. S. Tooth, Bearmun, and Phillips woro tlio purchasers. Ah it in tho iutonlion of tho purchasers, to build at uco, a great improvement will bo niado in tho appenranco of our aomowliat scattered vil lago. Tho public of Btuulanoon have had ail op portunity of seeing Solwyn Logafca in n. variety ontcrlainmont during tho pnst woûk. Mr. Logato playod >1 nights to—considor- : iug tho small population —very good audi onços, anil overyono who saw him oxprossocl tlioinsolvos as delighted. Ho is an elocu tionist of a high onlorandhischftvaotevacting was really good. Thoontortaininentwasintor perscd with songs, and, for auyono in sourcil of twohoursof wholesome amusement, wo re commend U\om to go and seo Mr. Logato's ...

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

GARDENERS' CALEWDAR KO» NO'Vip'fUKH: [Written by an experienced gwdeuei; ex pressly for the Jiow rol-Free. Fress.] Tiíe Kitcîikn Gaudkn.—This wijlbo a busy month. , Potatoes may still bo planted. I would recommend the following' varieties as they all do woll.in this lo ícality, viz:. Brown'sRiver, Purpjo Jäyo, Ashleaf, Kul noy, Magnmnbonura, and Flukes. Keep the Dutch hod at work amongst cropB : that are showing above; , thaBinfaeo. Earth up. advancing; orQps ancl koop them [reo from weeds. Sow another crop of peas and attond to staking and.eArfching those already growing. Sow also, another batch oí Fronch beans. .Baclish, lottiico,.onions, and oress should bo.sown to keep a good supply of sallad for summer. Savory herbs anch. as basil, lnarjornm, tarragon, and 'cl'icrwoll should bo sown now so." as to,be dried and stored for ■winter uro. Planii out celery iu coorweather'; givo ; plçnt.y of water and sow anothor batch !qf ßced; l?or ' futuro planting pumplduá, cucumbors, and melons ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

PltELISriNAKY NOTICE. DAVID MOFFITT HAS Received Instructions from Ml!. EALPH BRIDGE to sell by Auction at his residence, Bowral, ou FRIDAY, 21st instant, all Iiis Valuable DAIRY HERD. ■Full particulars next Saturday's issue. 89-i To Advert i,sors. AS tlio Bow-rut Freo Press is now published twice a wecic we beg to ¡ufui'tu our patrons that Wednesday's issue is equally as good an advertising medium as Saturday's, the circulation 011 both days being tlio same. Persons forwarding advertisements should notify if they nro to beinsertcd only once a week. Advertise ments not marked will bo inserted in the issue sucoed ing their rcccipt by us, All business or standing advertisements will be 'inserted twice a week for ono half inoro than is charged for thoir insertion once a week. The amalgamation of Intelligonco with the Free Press ensures for the latter paper a larger circulation than it previously enjoyed. This, combined with the fact of its publication twico a week, which will speedily ...

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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

B5ITTAGOK«. (PllOM. OUll OWN CoUItESPpNUBNT.) I ANOTniîu land salo is advertised to (¡alto place, tit Mittagong ou Deocmbor Gth by Messrs.. Richardson and Wrench oil account of tho. ' directors, of the Filaroy Iron Mining Coin-, •pauy. A good many buildings havo just bann. Grouted, and 'nrnny ..others aro in courso of predion oh the land sold, somo. four months, ago by tho same company, so that tho town, which some timo ago appeared, to. bo at a. standstill, is now. appearing to go ahead. A meeting 'was held hero a few weeks ago, for the purpose of opening up a road from thq old. south road, (upmowhore near Mr.. .7;: Loseby's residence) to Mittagong. About n_ dozen townspeople were present and 4Î11 woro collected. _ I; hplinya. the Mittagong Goal Company's. Bilí is passed, and. tho surveyors1 will nnxb iwocli 'bo at work. " ■ ' It every thing goes on as smoothly.-as is 'expected, what with;.ihn Joadjii Creek Khalo Mmo-i and llio Co.il Mino« a gnuul Tulitra.. piohontK iliself to Witt...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

To Correspondents. Mimosa.—You should have forwarded your proper naine as well ns your nom do plume. We can not undertake to reply to anonymous contribu tions, especially through the post. \Vc ack nowledged reooipt, with thanks, of your com petitive sfovy'" AH for love " in " Intollifionce " of 29th ultimo Avhieh we presumo yon did not boo. Wo havo not awarded a second prize for the present competition.

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THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. NEW YORK, Nov. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

TUB PJÍÉSIDENTIAL •BLEpTlO^/ New York, Nov. 5, Tlio, contest botweon. James Gilleapio, Bliiino, the Republican, and, Grover Cleve-, land, tlio Doinoera.fcic, candidato for (.ho. Presidency of tlio United States is very close, and tlio result still romains.uncertain. Sen-1 otis rioting occurred at Cincinnati during tlio. elections, several peoplo being killod and many wounded. Nqv. G. Tho l'osult of the Presidential election is. not yot. officially kuown, but it is goucrally. believed that Blaine, tlio Republican can didate, has received à majority of. votos. '

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REASONS FOR A MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884

f JREASüIíS IM A MUNICIPALITY. Wü; strongly commend the perusal of the following article, extracted from the Çorowa Free Press, to our. Bowral readers :—Some, of the doubters a¡re hanging back from taking any part in tlie contest for'a municipality— which is simply a struggle between order and chaos. Their excuse, is» Show us what we are to gain, by in corporation and v,'e willi throw in our influence in its favour." When people are wilfully blind it is hard to endow them, with visual powers. The dif ference between Gorow.a district incorporated a,nd in its present condition would bè great —almost too great to realize. For example, we.haye a fire-brigade now which exists by the individual expenditure of the members and, contributions by the public.. Under municipal government the prevention and extinction of fires would be provided for by the bye-laws, and the brigade would probably be subsidised by the council. Pounds and Commons would come under the manage ment of the people throu...

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