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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

H?;A!AK. W. OOOPfiJ uiPOKTEns j&iWiHffllDlKlB:: C* it'T Stock as usual^iargc anctwcll assortocC in ail depgrimeiits.. t. A Xjiberal T)iscount for Cash. —So©-GiFG»laFS -irjnn inm iym E L"L EN-STBEEf, PORT ^HXJULE. I GU^gAN TtTF ;wor!d r mowntnl iVlfalino IIcL'bnl Blood :«id Vitality Eyinodios havo restored to pcniian oathoaltll. 'J '■ Foiv inst-ince, ' Vifejitij1^ aro a.cnfUyua euro fq^JfcrvoyB Dobility.'Lorfc' Vitnlity. •.ind AVciik nessfoCtT)o ZURunTTs MQW 2*6rvns. |iJtia purely* Ilorbal Alfalino Lwk Pills ' rrafnve alt 4}!sohlirgP3, fOwele, ^n\l«t8triet*rro?;ae(fiud an1* unsurpassed as a Iilood Purifier and I{loofH1 V>ni tj^ronHrilHict^peraiifiVptlf7-f ity to romaiii in tb'o systc!inv 1H3 AlfiiliiHi^^iL^safci^lsinBi^n^xre^ont mahent euro For the JiloodjianLNervos. lnjt|te|cc«OTS^^p^ial raxetful coiirse Ordhiiiry j6ouKje,^3s. Gd. ^Smsfltertlsxll^ res* " Cull on him nt 15-i.TRundIe-strcofc, Adelaide BOOK, which contains vnhiablo hints, _ _ Jj uiidreds vfillorb^l Kecipcs.&...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Business of a City. CAMERON & CO'S TOBACCO FACTORY. A LARGE CONCERN. [BY A SPECIAL REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

The Busiasss of a City. CAUBROX & sCO.'S TOUACCO FACTORY. A LARGE CONCERN'. rr.v a Srrct.u. Ki:ro):nn. Smoking is will.out doubt- ilie un>sl general ]u,tury in existence, nr.d a# innro than two thirds of the adult male p"j>uiati<ia inJu'se iu tho habit lli» t«b::c.'0 trade must be rcgtrclcJ at one of ro:i?!(le:ablo importune*. Tiie iatro.Jutti»:i -of the weed and tiie attempts mado to suppress it* use by the priests and pliysieisns in " vc good »hte days" has iuipartoii a Immoron' aspect to history, ami most people are fatmlUr yith the ridiculous" cdicts which have been is.nnrd against tho practice. " he Si>.Uan : Amurutli IV. made smoking a capiiiu oliVnee, and at 0H3 time no one dared sport a pipe ii> Itussia urd'r'pain of bavin;; his r.ose cut off—there wavsome consolation, however, in the re flection .that this fi>rm of punishment. could not be inflicted more than once—while the publi? regulations of Swiu-rl-nd in ICG 1 placed ill.' prohibition ...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondnent.) ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

TELEGRAMS. a (Ff^roaronra CorreajKinden?.^ XdeU.UK, Friday Night* Farther etridWewss taken at the pihec Conrt to-day on the charge against Newman, late headmaster of Wtuobaa Co'lege, Tha c&£c Was hesrd with elesed doors, and New man was committed for trial oo the ehas-ga of an'swlQliy and indecently assaulting * ccholaraged 15 years. The projected scitlcraent of Japan ese in tea Northern ^Territory is reported fo havebeen abandoned. Tho then wh© astsantted John O'Dea oo the Frorae-road last night were arreatcd to^ajr by Detective Jones, and identified bj the victim of tho assaalfc. The capture was an exceedingly emart, on*, as they were on)y at large aboat two boors after their attack on O'Dw?. Patrick Xinnar.e, on® of the offender?, was charged at the Police Court ibis morning «lth being a vagabond, and in (tending him to ^ol for two raontbi^ Mr. Gordon aaid he mw evidently ona of those nconmlreta who make Crimea profession. When arrested the three men were placing cards, a...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Does the Hatmake the Man? [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Wheneveronovscos an elderly man wearing "ft; •pccnli'irly olcl nntl shabby hat~ of antiquated form, one may safely^ take itforgranted that lie is a celebrity of some 'Itintl or another, and: a* distingnished .personage. In deed, too greattrimness on the part of the .latter with regard to hcad-^ear asnally , creates donbts as to the principles, and.' above all, the sin cerity of- the wearer. Most famous andr great men - wear- lints that arc absolutely shocking in appearance. And' ■ ye"t> in one' tray, these, anci«*n t tiles appear tocommand reverence 'and respect, since one? cannot: help itimefttbering that, after all, thrty constitttte the canopy for brains that thavc;fnado .tlieip mark in the history of mankind.The hat of Carlyle, fur instance, was beyond description. So were 'fliose: of Tennyson : n { Long fellow. ' Presidents rant's hat, after; he liarl worn . it once,. became an abomination to the eye; and Lord Salisbury's head-dress is such that its;baf,tered and disreptnabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

- F©n Cleansing the Blood pwS it has sio Equal. Vfo give below the portrait and testimonial ®fMr/GrangecWs?dofBrIsbane,Queensland "Bonse yesss ago- wMLe In America Iliad fever and -Agae. lit left ma in a very.waak etate andqcitedone np.I tooksonaof Dr. Ayer'a'Sarsapari'.la and St'sooa pSI Se to

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Port Pirie Corporation. MONDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Port S^sio, Corporation. -.-Monday,■ July. 4..' ' .'j Pivsmb — ill.' ;Miv<ir (ATr Gf. F. eiMidjjo), Cra. WaUli.-'McW.hVillI,; Cb$C Wilchor, Lo-.vis, G>inloy, > Bitiney,' *Fft'\rrir Clork (.Mr.v tV/i G. • - Wtisott)-,:r Surroytir Huilliijs, and Inspector ILvwko,;- \,i: The minutes of last m;ctuigt\^crcu rpiijt nn<l confirmed. ' ' r . .t • ■The; -Mayor reported llvit'1 several maturs had hjen ■ biNuig!ifrtiVldi.'r his notice since la*t meutiog.j. f^JwSiritlwk. the water supply, audi it response be lin3? called a public meeting lor coiisidetvdhp question. From ;h?it "x-'otin^* -KetilfaJi "orcfoirol a r«?qucst:iu lis Gosv.i unu-nt'j that a injismi might bp sent up' tn confi-r with a coji'inittcoi li-nneditt too' inciting is various schemes. proposed to iinircViso' thy supply. Ho was that day adviild' that the Conservator of • 'Water would^:l>e'' tip on Tuosdny./i Mi1. F> .D.< r HnrriSj' representative of coantry.firc;jl)rj^ vdo5iv-ch the Fire...

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Our Water Supply. NO FEAR OF A WATER FAMINE. PROMITACTION OF THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Oar "Water ^uppiy. NO FEAR OF AW ATE II FAMINE. PROM IT ACTI )N OF Til 3 GOVERN MENT. As the outcome of the meeting hold in ihe lii;iti!.utc on Thursday week;-- th Conservator of Water (Mr. Jon.s) and tlie Jiesi.Josit Engineer at Crystal Brook (Mr. T. A. Hicks) niut ji nu!!il»dr, «>f representative townspeople in the Coun cilChamber "h Weducsdayevening where the qiiesii >ti ■»£ afurther/water supply1.for IVrt.PitiC \Ya:vd.:saus.sed, and the .vSri*'iu>.: suggestions which had been made' bv townspeople and othvis werj brought' mider the notice of thu Conservator. smne of which he ti'lil tim e presentthey mi^h dispel from their minds a'.togi.Mit. Others were possible, hut hardly p:aetic able, whi'e tho s'c!>etise at -15a--<',',1fl. w'?ut tlio <>ne which most appoded to him, the proposed site of "aIiIc'i he. would br ;'pleased to \dsit on ;(he following day. Tho Mayor (Mr. G. F. CInridge, J.P.) presided; He was very pleased to know that as t he outc ...

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The Political Crisis, [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Tha Political Ofisis, Al'tims of writing a great farce is being1 enacted in (be M^rbie Halls oil North Iter race at a cost to the country of over £300. a week. A strong sincere Opposition j's to be welcomed as a preventive of swelled bead and recklessness 0:1 the part of the Govern ment. It is not good for the .State that one or two uien in power should get possessed of the notion that they can run it according to their own individual predilections. The consti tution of the Slate was franiid for a purpose, and shculd nit be lightly departed from. "The .'Kingston Gov crnnicut has sinned in this respcct, I and in soma others has shown a ten dency lo-act as-if its powers were absolutely uncontrolled. Such con duct merited the reprobation bes towed upon' it by Sir Johu Downer and Mr. Glynn. Hut of .. what value is ; the wearisome^ reiteration at such inor ! dinatelengih of practically the same charge by so many of ilio people's representatives? Of late years the majority of members of P...

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The Port Pirie Recorder. TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1898. Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

ithc gout i3ivic |iccoi-ki\ Tuesday,'.July 9, 1898. - oaf39*763. The phenomenal expansion of the trade o£ Port JPirie, it.*. lapid growth ill population, and its far-reaching interests r demanded better . Press representation than it has had in the: past.; Hence, the rise of the Recorder on the ashes of the Advocate and Standard, papers which served their turni and we hopo. did something to advancc the interests of the town (during the; period of their existence. AVe don't intend to herald the. ad vent of The Becobder by; blowinsf our own bogie, nor; with apologies for the imperfections which are always more or less apparent in, a fii-st: issue. The paper is before t he people, and they: must form their own opinions con cerning it. Orielly, we may state that it- is our intention to make the Recorder a paper not only.for Port Pirie, but for the; large and import ant- agricultural area known as the Jfortb-West. Negotiations are in progress by means.of which we hope to.have trustworthy...

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Christianity and Socialism. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Otestiasii^ and ioeialisa TO THE EDITOR. Sir—According to promise I Tfrjtc a third letter upon Socialism,"in which I propose to deal with tho following erate- _ menfc" Thero would be no crime nor poverty were there better social' condi tions." As' usual wo have the characteristic indefraitenflss, hut any one who knowsj tho trend of Socialistic teaching'will know that the stntcment r$allyMneans: that you have simply to cnangn the circumstanccs —tho environ ment of men—and " criuie and poverty" will come to an end. To prevent any misunderstanding let me say- l. That I sympathise—I trust sincerely—with every attempt that is made to ease the burdens and lessen tho sormwi'of "humanity, -but it does not follow that I endorse all the methods isdojrtod for that end. 2. That I readily admit that there are cases of extreme poverty and hardship and overciowriing in which a Christian -life—a lifo of purity -pis almost impossiWe."But exceptions prove the rule,' and I conceive it would bo as unfa...

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Garnishee Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Garnishee Qs&wz. When the Premier is drafting Lis Law Reform Bill it is to. be hoped he wiH incjade, in, it! some provision. for amending the law relating to the attachment of wages for debt so as to make it less drastic. Afc present when jndgment is obtained against a work man, a garnishee order can be ob tained from the Court which compels the defaulter's employer to hand over all his wages until the creditor's claim is satisfied. This law, which. has , unfortunately to be put into frequent operation in' Port Piric," works very, oppresively at times. W-e; have no' Sympathy with the man who attempts to .evade his just-obligations, but 1 Sometimes a man 011 wages may* get behind through misfortune.. lie may mean - to p.«y, but requires - time. Should his creditor be a bowelle.ss money-grubber, however, he can attach every penny of a man's earnings and leave hiin without means of' sub sistence. It cannot be"said of our business ™men generally tliafc "they would act thus harsh...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

MISCELLANEOUS. The following vessels tiro outward bound from Fort Firie to the undermentioned ports;:— J!;mi SKm, thiKjnc. 1,315 tons, Wil " ; Jlftsrf. niastc^focMtimbles Utxvds; sailed -SIsvcli S; 123 daya onf. - - '■ ■ Tyt bonus, Ncrwe-ian bnrqne.l.1TQ tors. 8ryni!<Loa. master. for Carthngcna; tanrclt 26 ; 105 <lavs onh Yarfcand, ship. 1.273 tons," Inmlon, mastcf^Tor'-IJaliedl Kingdom or channel; ssiM'Aist} 15'» 90 days otit. Amiral FrotuJe, Frcnch barqnp. 1.417 tons, Mac?, master, for Straascfi, sailed May 71C3 days oat. * - Marion Balta&tyn<\ ship. Ijj&r tons, ' Htjjjrins, master, forAntivcrp; saile:! Slay 12;u?daysonk Marpwria. ship. 1,353 tons*. S. Wozfoolt sa«£ter.tor§t. Nasairc; sailed Juno IT" 22 »Tnys ont» • Slowhan, 4-mast jr Iwrqnc. 2,7 *7 toss - f- -jEhley, tassfer* for New Cafcdoaia; I sailed Jsas 17 j 22 d*ys oitfc.

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

VESSELS TO AKRIYE. Asaulree, barque. .1,820 , tons, Stcolu, master^ from Rofctculam. /Saifedilay 28, 42day8mtt. ' - - Abeona, barque, 019 tons, Cowli-y master, from Ilrvmen, Sailed March -7, 104 days oat. Dramalis, 4>HEistd barqno, ..2430 tons; .Campbell, master, from Barry, To sail. : - Fuiwood, ship, },(&(> tons. Lewis master. ^ from llatr.br .-g. To rail. Inveresk, barque, 1207 tons, lan<»forti, rnastfr, from Antwerp. Sailed, Slay 11, £4 days out, •John Eao, 4*masted lutrqtic, 2714 tons, S!iu1«vd. master, from Pnijet Sound. To sail. Mary An^nsta. ship, 1.335 tons, "Worden master, from the Kiltie. To sail. ■ iRtfat <2«een, barqne, 230 tons, I>aviefv r, fcom Holntt To?ail..' Prince Robert, 4-roasted barqno, 2654' tons, Hanson, master, from Fu«et Sound. To sail. Bivpr FiUlocb. ship, 1586 tons. Tonne, master, from Brake.- Sailed'- April 23. 77 days ont. "Wychwoodj Imrqnc, J.216 ton?. Watson, master, from Antwerp, saiktl May 7. 63 days ont. Winds...

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Our Infirmities. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

©s? Safirmito, - 17: The late. Lord Chief Justice Coleridge ' used to tel a story of his colleagues. On one occasion the. entire ■ bs>dy; of. judges had assembled tadratrup nti address to the Crppra. vTiie question was debated it gbould begin, One judgeeug-1 gested: ""How would it rend, Lord Challenger, if it were to begin in; a humble spirit witJt *C«in5ciuU3 as we are of our infirm ities?' " ^ Another judge interposed here, nnd-ob jected, spying that he wan'not conscious ,of any infirmities, and he was quite sure that.most of his legal' biethren were in the same conditio!!. ,1 Whereupon Lord Bowen, with a marked tsriuklo in his eytt,; observed '/ *" How would it read, Lord Chancellor* if we wcte to fejjin, 'Conscious as wo are' of each other's in gmlties V" ' ' «: •; Football.—Followers of iho "tvinier 88tB6 should be abl&to witness a first-class game on the Recreation Ground this after* soon, when the Proprietary and' Flinders Clubs trill meet for the third* time. On e...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, July 5, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Commercial liqwrt. I -L\-/'Recorder. Office. Julv 5. 1808. ' Wheat (Pfc.Pirio) pur bushel ... 0 3 8/ Do. (Crystal" 13rooic) ... ... 0 i> 6 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... ... 0 3 51 V Do, (Georgetown & Laura)... 0 3 5 Flour (Country) ... ... ... 11 0 0 Do. (Roller) ... ... ... ... 11 5 0 Brail, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 Oil Pollard, per bushel ... ... ... 0 10 Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chaff, per ton ... ... ... ... 2 10 0 Hay, per ton ... ... 2 0 0 B utter (Pt Pirie factory) wholesale 15 (dairy) ... ... ... 0 14 Eggs, per dozen ... ... ... ... 0 1 4 . Ham, per lb. ... ... 0 0 t) Bacon per lb. ... ... 0 0 8 Lard, per lb, . ... ... ... ... 0 0 'Ji Cheese, per lb. ... ... 0 0 9? Onions, per ,cwt. ... ... ... 0 13 0 Potatoes, per cwt. ... ... ... 0 12 0

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Port Germein. July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

: -.-r-r V—r— Ewt Gsmeia. July 3. ! Allow mo to congratulate you on your enterprise in. producing "a newspaper ; worthy tho ftwt-ihcreasmg importanco of Port Pirio, and, as ono of your. numerous correspondents, I wish you unbounded success. Local matters are somewhat quiofe, tho bad harvests of tho past t-hrea or four years jhaving.yery. seriously affected mir free,city.. culation of the currant : com of tho realm and sapped the customary energy of our i leading public men; but thero is hope for | the near future. Our most important i item,and now-failing topic of conversa tion is, of course, the weather and crops. ! and staco Juiio, we have had . a Tory fair turn! of rain and fine weather, and the growth of the .wheat plant and herbage r has been highly satisfactory tip to date, i but (there is Bure, Jto bo a '* but'-) we are again • taking an: increasing;interest in ! barometric depressions approaching from i tho -west,- sand' the /probable amount of energy they are developing and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

FOOTBALL. ||^? recreation - <iR©urf&. |y"l| 1 PROPRIETARY V. ^>r*. , FLINDERS sSSS® $&* ""* KGHCE. /"VS and afier Usis date I will sot t.f - be rcipanstWe (tr rcy DEBTS «££wft*d % my. WIFE, h'WJBA CCFS^BBLii, \sithoat my \swtien actfcorit^. ... H;CURSELt. j iNgipsio*sfaue^s "88. _ J To the Heads of Families - - - EE5IDIKG IX - - - PORT PIRIE AND DISTRICT. ARE YOU JMABE s —THAT— FAM?L\^CHEM[STL — } J. J. NETTING, - - - ' . IS SSTABLISHED IN Alexander-St.j Port Pirie (Three Dojrs frotn Central Hotel.) W. A. SNELL, BAKER AND OONFECTIONER •MMaMMnHHnHBaMMHHMnaMBanBnnMBW ■ r.-' SHIPPING SUPPLIED. BEST BREAD AND SMALL GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. Address—OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, PORT PIRIE. WEDDINGS, TEA MEETINGS, PICNICS, &c., &c., CATERED FOB AT SPECIAL PRICES. CHARLES HERBERT, Baker, Confectioner, &e. has REMOVED TO ELLEN-STREET NOTIOE TO_FARMERSr ASK YOUR STOREKEEPER FOR J. & R. FORGAN'S. Registered A No. 1 PLOUGH SHARES for PFoot for...

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England's Great Men in Tears. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

^gland's ©seat Hsa i& Tears. —^cars-sretiot often dropped on iha dqstylarcim of Parliament,and, as a ! luatter of fact, th? British public docs qSt eaSsUyllfbrgive its' statesmen for weeping coram publico. Thero is a general feeling1 that seeping is a xvonipn's bnsiness rather than a it ought to 1m conducted in private. The ipcc tearfn!' statesinan, indceil, is very apt to tickle the general sense of Itnuionr. Mr. Walpole, who was Homo Seeretnry nnder Lord Derby, ..weptill,public on a memorable ocea si6tt>when.". receiving a deputation about the ^broken railings in -Hyde-. pa?l, and tliose'lears ended his public career. SThoy5" furnished a text for jest® to the wit% and caricaturists of tbe- lhree kingdoms. Miv Wa'.pole i died-tiot a month ago; he sited those unfortunate.tears somewhere in JSGG; fir jpore thnn thirty years, that is, the ridicule of these inopportune tears pursued tln-ir unhappy parent. AButsometinies tears can be forgiran 0t*n to masculine eyes and 'on th...

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Mr. Dunjoy's Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

ffiy Himself 1 V 4> Though future absence may riot make 'tnjrj'livait grow obiiterato the lujih rogird.. 1. linvo for' Port Pino auu us innabitants engendered' during a twenty^fonrrycnrsV connection. White writing, infact,, £ feel very liko a whale !> wonder ! IVrtPiiionas the scouc of all tiny eventful advents— courtship, m:»rrii»«©i birthplnc&of nll<iitir: children, and iIiisistHrtin^ point' of what ever social status I tnuy possess '(it any).' The doubt is justifiable, si«ein;£; thafc-I tried to get into Parli uncut, the third time by .'.applying5 forthe:'waiter^ billet recently, and was again rejected " iu favour of the other fellow." The Scriptural .adage, '•"'All things come to Jhosa who Wait," 'was iluta. eujiplanted by:j thu.othL'r fmu—,'BI»;fiscd i3 he wh.» 'ex pec to tli untiling, f ir ho shall nutfa dts i appointed, , Anvhow, ; though . I h-tve i coma out of tho onlimI ui inus - a < siiver, i none am demand. Pay »no E.whit thotf owest,....

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