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POULTRY NOTES Supply of Galvanised Wire Netting. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 15 August 1946

POULTRY NOTES Supply of Galvanised Wire Net- ting. . ' In vi¿w of the receipt" of many com- plaints ly the A.P.P. Association at the non-delivery of galvanised wire netting. Mr. Graham (Mihistfr for Agriculture) was requested to , enquire regarding the prospects of earlier de- livery in the future. Instances were quoted of orders having been placed early in 1944, these orders not yet having* been delivered and it was represented Co the Minister that poulfty farmers require the netting chiefly for replace- ments of worn out poultry pens and for the erection oí pens on new ground. Mr. Graham has now forwarded the undermentioned reply from Mr. Hamil- ton Knight, Minister for Labour and Social Welfare: "It is confirmed that the supply posi- tion of wire netting generally is ex- tremely acute. During thé war years, the manufacturers were unable to meet demands for primary producers, due to materials and manpower difficulties, and sin^e the cessation of hostilities the piosition has, if a...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

Les. MULLIN for Werri* OPENING ELECTION RALLY FRIDAY, 30T AUGUST, 8 P.M. in -the ,, . ; '. '.I'd:'»: TOWN HALL, CABRAMATTA! Speakers: LES. M ULLIN. Communist Candidate. ''?tr/ |. B. MILES. General Secretary. Australian Comajiuiüsñ Party. ' ; ' ' ERNIE THORNTON. General Secretan. Ironworkers' Union. ., j : OUT WITH THE OLD ORDER-IN WITH THE NEW 3 PUBLIC NOTICE ! v THIS "HAPPY/ ^ BREED" ONLY PAID RESERVATION^ will IK- accented for Next Wed- nesday, and Thursday's screenihg of I he epic film "This Happy Breed." i; l' Free List Is Entirely Suspende^!. YOU ARE ADVISED TO Í BOOK NOW. r i ' The Management, Regal Theatre

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

JEEPS NOW AVAILABLE IN PERFECT ORDER, READY TO REGISTER AND DRIVE AWAY. see PAT CULLEN HUME HIGHWAY AND JUNCTION STREET, LIVERPOOL PHONE: LIV. 525 Jeeps Z Jeeps WITH ITS 4 WHEEL DRIVE AND 6-SPEED TRANS MISSION A JEEP WILL: ' V^?T^S A UTILITY ^ PASSENGER . 4 WITH THK NECESSARY DRAW-BAR ~" ATTACHED, DO MANY OF THE JOBS AT 2 fÄtA TRAILER WITH A TON OR MORE PRESENT PERFORMED BY A TRACTOR, LOAD. 1NCLUDINC PLOUGHING, HARROWING, 3. TRAVEL OVER UNMADE TRACKS OR SOWING AW) BR< > MX VSTJ \G AND FIELDS IN WET WEATHER WITHOUT MMWISU AAU UA^NA' BOGGING. MANY OTHER FARM JOBS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH CAMPAIGN ART UNION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

I, tomorrow tables his physical training seriously at a Police Boys' Club tUTH CAMPAIGN ART UNION outli Campaign has is its ob i? raising of a sum of £200.000 mb'ned appeal for the benefit Titi-Tuberculosis Association and ^-Citizens Boysf Clubs. bore two bodies have combined orrs because they have a com 'erfit in Ihe health, physica1 lent and progress, of the youth community. Folice-Cit'zens Boys' Clubs are TIT tlie physical , and mental ¡ oí fie youth cf the community j would to an appreciable de li3tnpered if the insidious in r tu! ?rculosis were hot seriously i and rer'uccl. Tt'Cfl re.y itt the Anti-Tuberculosis ¡Cam-! vj th" Police-Citizens Boys' Clubs j ;n'. Ihe greatest-..benefit will be j o 'he preseut. ."becausevíoff press maa and crii|<£sin of Police !s in the sale of art union tickets ns brake has been placed upon lice effort. j ?uph the Policé Force does not to allow this crficism to foijce 10:11 the field, at the same time imbers of the Service themselves t a...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPATRIATION Local Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

REPATRIATION LoceQ Committee The 'first general, meeting of th< liverpool Repatriation Lical Comm i tte was held at the Town Hall last night with a large attendance. The Pre-ident (Aid. B. C. Fltzpat rick) vu to the chair. The members of the Committee are iPreslderf, AW. B. C. Fitepe|iricfc. Treasurer Mr. A. Mayberry. Secretary. Mr. W. J. Stanton. Aud'tor, Mr. B. A. Martie. Mes^s. A. ! Munja}} A. Colltaor^. TEL. Rowell, E. jBanyer. F. Schell. A. C. McGrath, H. W. Fearn. H. McGrath, Aid. E. Smith, Aid. C. Potter, E. .Martin. E. D. Caterson, J. M. Kelly and ft. Buchan. . AB this ms the Initial meeting, tile business mainly was tx> set the com- mittee in working- order. It was derided to advertise in the local paper .V'at th's committee was prepared to accept applications on be- half of +he Repatriation ^Commission from all ex-servicemen and women on all re'aaDilitatlon matters, such as medi- cal sustenance war pensions, boola of track. re-es+ablilhment allowances, furnit...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

ATLAST fl THE WAITING IS OVA No Priority fl WY can give immediate delifl CAR AND TRUCK Tlfl and TRUCK TYREjfl CROSSROADS GAH LIVERPOOL. Phone Lil FOR YOUR COM'ENIEM The Family Needs Supplfl BRUCE BARN« GENERAL STOREKEEP^ Lachlan Street, Liverpfl (Opp. Housing CornmifcsB Homes) fl Shop Here for Economy fl Courteous Service. I FRESH SUPPUES D FRUIT AND VEGETABLES from W. O'CONNE (late A.'I.F.) 187 MACQUARIE ST LIVERPOOL Our Motto: QUAL1T IVhere Quality and Safety - Wc do the Work. G. J. L JOHNSO LICENSED ELECTRIC CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER (Est- 1920) PHONE: LIV. 347 527 CABRAMATTA I CABRAMATTA lt Manchester St., Dulwicl DELICATESSEN] FRESH-CUT S>A\DWICHE || DELICIOUS SMALLGOODS vM daily. -m G. BAILEY I Next Commonwealth Baiflj LIVERPOOL I 'Phone: Liv. 56. \ DRESS POULTRY A * SPECIALTY FOR PROMPT SERVICE CIVILITY . . . REMEM;. BAILEY'S. «{. 'GROCERSCONFECTION X HARDWARE MERCHANT* j;ROSE'S GENERAL ST(| t 368 Hume Highway I X LIVERPOOL I I Y At the Mill Road and Hi>.ttun m .:. Road J...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

WILLIAMSON'S PRIZE-WINNING BREAD

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

WHAT IT IS A simple, economical apparati called the AUTOMATIC STEAM GENERATOR for adding steam to the expl sive charge in your engine. WHAT IT DOES (jives you better atoniisafio extra smoothness, more mil per gallon ; eliminates carba cuts out knocking. WHERE YOU GET ff PAT CULLEN is tile sole local agent for the AUTOMATIC STEAM GENERATOR Call at his Hume Highw Garage and Service Sta? on and learn how easily and cheap it can he fitted to your vehicl

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

WEDDING BELLS The wedding was solemnised at Lud- denham Church on 17th inst, of Her- bert James Starr, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Starr of Austral to Clare Evelyn Wilmington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willmington of Lvddehham. Rev. Lancaster performed the cere- mony. A large number of friends of the bride and br'degroom sat down to breakfast in the Luddenham Hall. The happy pair, who were the recip- ients of a large number of present, including cash, left fer ^iama on their honeymoon. He-b. who s<sx service in New Guinea. Bougainville and RabauL Iliad nmone the visitors, his old Company Officer. Capt. Griffen. Mr. W. Rose of Austral was M.C.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNIFORM RATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

UNIFORM RATES! Sir.-lt has been stated each council in the eight comprising the new local ¡ ment boundaries of the Cou Cumberland will pay the m general rate struck for the in which it is placed-that, the rates of certain councils be increased others will be ed. When the Commonwealth eminent first disclosed its in from the states by means oj form taxation, the principal used t^ catch the electors vj duced taxation. Well, we all how much our taxes have be duced. Of course, there was a « md it would be difficult to! better excuse than war for in ing taxation but it may not very difficult to find other e, that are almost as good ; and we permit our local governing ers to be filched from us central authority, how coull effectively protest if the c authority did increase the ra While no provision has made, apparently, for reduciti rates after the initial reduction ¡ ered at bait to some of the cipalitics, provision has been fur increasing the rates to d ¡cut municipalities, even with ! g...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

JA Y*SFro<*Sa,on 175 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT ALL TICKETS HAVE} BEEN SOLD FOR OUR FASHION PARADE ON Aug. 27. HOWEVER, ALL STYLES DISPLAYED WILL BE OBTAINABLE AT OUR SALON ON THE FOLLOWING DAY. AS STOCKS ARE LIMITED, WE WOULD ADVISE OUR PATRONS TO SHOP EARLY AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. CASH ORDERS AND LAY-BYS ACCEPTED. THE SALON WILL BE CLOSED DURING THE PARADE. LIVERPOOL'S FASHION CENTRE J^Y'g FASHION WHTH ECONOMY

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

^---wMWEB-iii.? pp^aea II . FOR BEST RESULTS use . . . THE LEADER Classified Ads EVERYONE SEES THEM. ld. PER WORD (minimum 1/-) FOR BUYING OR SELLING, "THE LEADER" IS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN THE DISTRICT.

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HEALTH HINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

HEALTH HINTS t - When in doubt, ask the Health Inspector-that is a sound way to safeguard the home against dis- ease., Ju some arcas, few residents have reason to complain about the dangers to health. That is be- cause their council officer is doing a thorough job-and is being as- sisted by the ratepayers. In other areas, a large popula- tion requires the services of more than one Health Inspector. The fact that only one officer is avail- able is ¡the fault pf the ratepayers -they elected the councillors, and they should demand the appoint- ment of additional Health Inspec tors where necessary. Pub ic health is far too impor- tant to be left ENTIRELY to other people, for every family has a right ito protection again-st dis 3a se Dampness is Dangerous The tenant of a damp house «hould notify the Health Inspector H EH.) RE disease moves into share< this neglected home. Pneumonia, rheumatic fever, and arthritis are just three of <he dangers that lurk in a damp hou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

UAÛTY" Our Motto THE CHOICEST FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Only BILLETT Seo« St , LIVERPOOL HEELERS Phone Liverpool 65 MATO SOUP 9ID. Tm IDEN" HOSE fi. Hb. SPAGHETTI un Tin "TEASEfTS (English) £1/19/9 Set BT. IVES" PRIVATE HOSPITAL 14 Railway Street, Liverpool Phone: Liv. 219 MATRON n. C. DAWES A.T.N A. A..V.F. (State Reg.) General and Obsstric Cases JCATESSEN $ HAMBURGER * AND COFFEE INN? MILLERS ! SCOTT ST. (opp. Fire Station) LIVERPOOL LWAYS FRESH SMALL GOODS CONFECTIONERY :E CREAM & MILK BAR l.X IVE pUR DRY CLEANING Ai THE LOCAL DEPOT JONES DRYCLEÀNERS Liverpool: SS HOUGH 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta: GERAGHTY, opp. Railway Station rWRENCE BERRY SOLICITOR unissioner for Aflts. N.S.W. and Victoria) iWAY PARADE, CABRAMATTA ÜB 1710 Twyford House, 17 Castlereagh St. Sydney. B 4408. imtnc Prartipp after Militarv Service AUBURN VETERINARY HOSPITAL C. H. Wright. B.V.Sc. (Sydney Un'vcrsity) R. T. Hoskins. K.V.Sc. (Sydney University) 99 Northumberland Road AUBURN UX7795 Canterbury ii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

THEATRE LIVERPOOL ONLY PBEPAID RESERVES SATURDAY EVENING. PERMANENT RESERVES HELD UNTIL 6 p.m. SATURDAY. RING THEATRE IF YOU ARE NOT COMING. SESSIONS AT 6 P.M. AND 7.45 P.M. NO RESERVES KEPT AFTER 7 30 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY August 23, 24 Atao. Ronita Granvile, in "THE TRUTH ABOUT MURDER" (A) MONDAY and TUESDAY August 2h, 27 WHERE A KISS CAN WIN MORE THAN THE SWORD: NOT SUITABLE FOR\ Cr.NUUAL EXHIBITION UNITED A ll TISIS CONSWHCE GRACIE Bennett * Fields piMPi^m* Also Roy Rogers tn "UTAH' (G) WED and THURS August 28. 2(> NOEL COWARDS THIS HAPP1 BREE: mtt, ROBERT NEWTON CELIA JOHNSON* JOHN MIUS KAY WALSH ?@l-« Second Main Attraction "BREWSTER'S MILLIONS' (G) with 'Dennis O'K^fe, Mischa Auer, Rochester. I JUST LIKE THE GOOD OLD DAYS ! NU-W AY DRY CLEANERS GOODS LEFT MON. TUES. WED. BACK SAME WEEK END NOTHING BUT THE BEST AT NU-WAY DRY CLEANERS 201 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: Liverpool 23. MOMS I",«Nri & SPECIFICATION.-, ¡j ROY S TURTON § Archi(P(;tu:-nl.' Draughtsman 9 Macquarie Chambers H 'il ÏWacqim-ic Str"ct, Parramatta B 9 a.m to r> p.m. Daily I;h VV.'7.i/.E Private: 30 Boî'on Street, üuil iíVd I A» T» CHEMIST Macquarie St., Phone Liv. Cure that Cough. **i CARBONATED COUGH MIXTURE for Bronchitis and Dry Gbpi 2/- per bottle I 3 PIECE j ll I LOOSE CUSfflQN ¡I ! LOUN<i£|| j SUITE "i ? SPECIAL PRICE j ! £29/10/- n I CASH i Jj GEO. PURDUE; Î 97 ARGYLE STREET, ' i (Opp. I'arraniatta Station) : |ALSO 150'CHURCH STREET, I PARRAMATTA I ¥ UW9075 ? X X J. MVIALhGOODS, DELICACIES ; Fresh Daily-City Priced at J. KING Macquarie St., Liverpool New OAJ\J1JHIJJU15 Snwiipoods. I.ii'o .(.id vi ¡utttcHj ,sandwiohe< l'cu pii JUL- . 1J:\ . 3^4 ? IWWII I llHHi i I IMIIIIiilállllll j»vv*t'''Mi^XM***«1 MURRAY'S BREAD YOUR OLD FAVOURITE HOUSE . . . 1 he Collingwood HOTEL HUME HIGHWAY, LIVERPOO...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

IF YOU MISS YOUR LEADER IT IS NOW PROCURABLE FROM THE FOLLOWING LIVERPOOL. Mrs. WY CH, Macquarie Street. Mr. BARNES, Lachlan Street. BOOKSTALL, at Station. ROSE'S STORE, Hume Highway. Mrs. JARVIS, Hume Highway. Mr. BILLINGHURST, Hume Highway. MOOREBANK. WYCH'S Newsagency. Mr. PINNOCK. Newbridge Road Mr. A. CHILD'S, Gordon Road. ~ Mr. S. EVERETT, Central Avenue. MILPERRA. McKECHNIE'S Store HAMMONDVILLE, I MORLEY'S Store. CABRAMATTA. LEVINE'S Newsagency. Mrs. E. GARTHE'S School Shop. Mrs. ADA BROWN, Cabramatta Road. CARRAMAR. RAILWAY BOOKSTALL. INGLEBURN. SMITH'S Newsageiicy and Store. CASULA. J. VALENTINE'S Post Office Store. T< ISAACS Crossroad Cafe. PRESTONS. CLOAK'S Store ... LEPPINGTON. DONNELLY'S. HILLVIEW. DAY'S Store. Mr. PAGE. Lurnea Post Office. HOXTON PARK. HUNTER'S Post Office Store. Mr. ROUSE. Mr. BERT. WATERS. WEST HOXTON. SCOTT'S Store. AUSTRAL. STARR'S Store. BONNY RIGG. RAYNER'S Post Office Store. MT PRITCHARD. Mrs. GRANT. Mr. BUTLER COWPASTURES ROAD. DAY'S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

f WANTED WANTED I SHEET METAL WORKERS f AND YOUTHS FOR LIGHT WORK AND TANKS. V BEST WAGES AND CONDITIONS. * 7.30 a.m. to 5 j).m. Week Days, and Saturday S to 11 a.m. yApply: A. L. CHUN JSCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL. Telephone Liverpool 15Z m: WHEATLEY S HIGH-CLASS BOOT REPAIRS Only thc Best Workmanship. Leather and Grindery SAVE YOUR SOLES, send your Shoes, to WHEATLEYS i 188 MACQUARIE STREET, ¡L LIVERPOOL ATTENTION MOTORISTS ! Panel Beating and Repairs j done cheaply. i by E. A, TAYLOR 362 HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL I J. HOLNESS. FUEL MERCHANT 3 CHRISTIE STREET, LIVERPOOL GOOD DRY WOOD. BEST HOUSEHOLD COKE. Prompt Delivery Any Time._^^^^^ LIVERPOOL TRANSPORT \ J. Rowell, prop. REMOVALS GENERAL CARRYING SAND, ASHES, SOIL. METAL. Etc. Phone Liverpool 34. For Hire Long or short terms. 65 Ettalong Hoad Pendle HUI Phone: ÜW3324 For Delicious, Oven-fresh . . . PIES. OAKES and PASTRV Deal from L. A. DEBENHAM 227 Macquarie St, Liverpool YUILE'S THE CATERERS 109 RAWSON STREET AUBURN For All Function...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ISSUE ON SEPTEMBER 28TH FACTS THAT WILL ASSIST YOU IN YOUR DECISION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

THE ISSUE ON SEPTEMBER 28T T-i lr FACTS THAT WILL ASSIST YOU IN YOUR DECISION In this election the people have to decide in whom they will place their trust. Chifley or Menzies-that is th; issue. In the past it has been the invariant practice ci the Liberal Party (formerly known a? U.A.P. and National Party etc.; to raise some side issue in ordei to cloud the real issues involved. The issue on which the Liberal Party hones "<o win this election is in regard /to industrial unres, and as a conse- quence they are continually playing on the feelings of the people and boasting what they would do if they were in office. They do not tell the people we are passing through a tran;(;ion period Hhich has produced industrial trouble* throughout the world-nor do they men- , tion how they failed to prevent or end ! strikes when they were in office. In assessing the merits of the res-1 pective parties there are only two things that count; the achievements of each Í party in the past and...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 August 1946

FOOD FOR THOUGHT. .* JOE GIVES 100 PER CENT. PROTECTION TO FOOD ÇLEAN, CONVENIENT, CHEAP PROTECTION. £ND FOOD LOSSES BY ORDERING ICE FROM LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT ICE WORKS R A Dunbier, Prop. Phone: Liverpool 146 FRANK HOSFORD'S RAILWAY HOTEL (Right at the Station, LIVERPOOL Only vftirs of REAL SERVICE and APPRECIATION OF TUE . rSTOMER'S POINT OF VIEW have made k The Most Popular House in Town Al! the well-known brands of Wines and Spirits and The Best of Beer. Phone Uv. 3' SIGHT IS YOUR MOST PRECIOUS GIFT On I he slightest suspicion of Eye Trouble CONSULT H. SHAW, M Ph , MIO, FIO 193 Macquarie Street Liverpool NEXT SUNDAY-AND EVERY SUNDAY ENJOY A HOT ROAST DINNER AT THE CROSSROADS CAFE (J. A. Isaac, Proprietor) Griiis. Light Luncheons, Sandwiches, Milk Har and Confectionery Phone Liverpool 452. H. FLEGG, 321 HUME HIGHWAY :: LIVERPOOL Local Agent for All Leading Hollie Companies of Sydney. Buyer of Hags, Motiles. Hor.es. Rags, Kitchen Eats. Scrap Meta!. AU at Highest Market Price*. Sl...

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