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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 April 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. CALIFORNIA'S NATIVE SONS. The Thirteenth Annual Session of the Grand Parlor Will Convene To-Morrow at Chico. LIST OF THE DELEGATES. Reports of the Officers Show the Order to Be in a More Pros perous Condition Than Ever Before in Its History. SKETCHES OF THE WORKERS. An Important Keeling at Which a Sew Ritual Will Be Adopted— Place for Holding the Celebra tion Determined — Insurance Plan Decided Upon. The thirteenth annual session of the Grand Parlor of i lie Native Sous of the Golden west Trill convene morrow at noon In Cuico. It will be Hie strongest numerically, as it will be the most Unpoitant since [lie organization of tbe Gram! I'arlor. The p rsmiuel of the body Is very fine, all tlie leading men In the fraternity being accredited to the meeting In Clilco. A large number of measures of vital Importance will come before the meeting, among the most prominent being the selection of a new iliual, the peimauent location of the Grand Tailor in San Francisco, choice of...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 April 1890

10 ©i^lMSiSm %w0 * ra*,-. /?>**,^ 5-^s^i >x v%' i I i _J IT Us *f* f? IL£$ \T f "•_ / ."_»*CT^>T_i__&tS .'^_At\. -^s* /_^- _* _«fcv _/** I "Hi 1 ! 't.fnj'Zf^'-^v^s vPAf\ : c^a '^A. t^^y^ \ •** *' * 1 J -.L Wi^'iTN \* -^ ; 4&yt©\ A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " S afar- Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPTBIQBT OH, JtY USTA HE VKIiB. ■ IX— CONTINUED. Saturday afternoon at •_' o'clock Una, PopofFs mother, now an upper servant In the l.anin palace, bad Uuished her work. She had given t lie neces«ary ordeis aud dropped now, v-ry Hied, into an armchair. .Nicholas, standing by her, smiled at tier. " This active hie stills you, dear mother?" " Admirably, my son. 1 thank Uoj every day Hint lie has Drought us to such a noble master. How pood and gracious He is to us" "And ail lhis we owe to Neighbor Miller?" " Yes, indeed, a precious friend. But he also l< better oil— you Know his Inheritance in Cour laud." " 1 do not know how th...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 April 1890

WITH THE PLAYERS. The Fortunate "Shenandoah" Up for Another Run. A New Thing ia Vaudeville — " Blow for Blow"— 'Orphans and Eurydice." "Alone in London." l ATe part from "The Bostonians" with resret; gd-noBT ,-, .t , ■ **-_•■ _.■ >■■ i *^______ p&Yi _3i& *H 1 ; _x^.^; j^) I /' ) " * i*v^__*n5p=\*-*'*-_ * +1* PrvWl 'J "_______l^_li5i xfgfpfBI tal are pleased, at the same time, to record the plemantf.iclthat the talented sing eirt wme ai> preclated by our public and lib erally patronized. JThe llaldwiu has beeu a favorite resurt fortliela3t .three weeks for 1 Uie elite of our population; and Hue may say. in the language ol Longfellow: Those who heard the singers three Disputed which the beat might be. For Jessie Bartlett Davis, Juliet Cordcn and Marie Stone each had a following of strong ' partisans. Without doubt Miss Stone made -Snzelte," by the gracefully piquant way in which she played the heroine, the leading feature of the engagement; but aealust this we may set th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 April 1890

12 COACHMAN POET OF ROTHESAY. Making Terses as He Drives His Cab in the Highlands. A Few Quotations Frcm Seme of His Longest Poems Showing Fathoi and Power— Thj Isle cf Bute- A Qui?t, Romantic Spot. ■ - ii^y.FTER having wandeied through Scot- II 1 ■ land, the land of the thl»i!e and smoky J^Vf whisky, and finding myself aEitln at Ed * — * inburgh, I retraced my steps to Glasgow, tent upon finding some quiet, romantic spot near there wheie I could Idle away a couple of weeks studying the Scotch people and their every-day life. It was Hit period of the bank holiday la July, when every man, woman and child In Scot laud seems to turn out for a neck's frolic. Consequently, all the railroad*, steamers, coaches and every style of conveyance were so uncomfortably occupied that I was not loug in settling iiiy-ell in a quaint, out-of-the-way place, which I found at Ko:he.«ay, a pleasant summer resort, situated on Kolhesay Bay, Isle of Bute. Unfortunately I had neglected securing rooms In adva...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 159. A FLORAL COMBAT. A Novel Contest at the Mexican Capital. Stanley's Few Sphere of Action on the Dark Continent Strikes In Europe— Delayed Transatlantic Mails-Kaiser William Visits Victoria. Special by the California Associated Press. Mexico, April 27.— The flower feast or the combat ot flowers began this afternoon. 'Ihe arrangements lor the festival were perfect. One hundred thousand people were ou the Promenade la Keforma and Aveulda Juarez. Five hundred carriages of sightseers, forty carriages adorned with tloweis and ribbons and 1000 horsemen added gayety to the scene. The quantity of Bowers was enormous, four carloads coining liuui Jalapa alone. AN AMERICAN CITIZEN. Stanley's Bcply to the Humor That Ha Was to Beccme a British Subject. London, April —Stanley Is visiting the ."mice of Walts at Sandrlogbam. Before he left Loudon he was Interviewed as to a tumor that lie was to become a lbitlsh subject, lie replied that the tenon was premature in answer to the q...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 April 1890

2 A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIGHT ISSO, ST META DE VERS. [CONTINUED.] ** Yes, Colonel." "Madam, you can go now. That gentleman, however, will stay here till further orders." " paidun me." said the lady, very lirmly. " Mr. . l'oj ■efl's arm and protection are Indispensable to me. 1 must take several Important steps to-day, and your gendarme cannot well nay visits with me." " You forget that the gentleman Is a Russian subject." said I'alKin, Impatiently. •'A truce to these formalities," said Mine, de Dugarcy, haughtily. " Mr. FopoH Is just now . under the protection of -"ranee. He gives me his arm and that settles the question. Use force if you dare." "Cautions, madam; he cautious. Dlnlnmatio , privileges do not go quite so far. The Emperor - shall allow ail." "\\ hat I" exclaimed the young lady. Now you threaten me with ihe Emperor? Very well, I shall dnve from here directly to the Winter Pal ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 April 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD A Week of Club Parties and Entertainments. The Harrison Dinner on Wednes day Evening Last. The Birmingham Euchre Party on Chestnut Street. iVeddiiig or Mr. Henry Lawrie and Miss Mathews. The Trinity School Alumni Banquet Last Thursday Night. The Oakland Cotillon Club Gath ering on Friday. Marriage of Mr. W. J. Derickson and Miss Dixon. The Fortnightly Club Entertainment on California Street. St. Paul's Church Parish Amateur Theatricals. Nuptials of Mr. J. L. Dalton and Miss Rose Ross. Banquet of the Zeta Psi Fraternity of the University of California. Engagement Notes— Private Entertainments. Society Firionali— Parlies to Take Place— Etc. Spring is of all things a swift season. Almost before the announcement of lis coming In Cali fornia there appears the glorious summer, whose majestic pi ogress will not be stayed. As far as the spring season In Ban Francisco Is concerned all thai can be said is that it was lv no lespect below par and compared favorably will, many o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL • IT»» a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: fTS Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 c Hock p. m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ftrtt-t, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; : : ■!' Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 ljukiii street, open until U:S<> o'loek, and 2518 B.)i»iuu street, opan until 9 o'clock p. m. sii;s(i;hti<in BATES: PAII.V CALL (inclndlng Sundays), S6 per year by mil, postpaid : 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month thronch carriers. DAILY CALL, lire copies llirie mouths. ?C 25. SUNDAY CAi.L, twelve iar.es), *1 60 per year, postpaid. SCXDAY CALL at <i WEEKLY CALL »2 50 per year, postpaid. V\ KEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post laid. Clubs or ten (sent to one address), $10. ArCTION SAXES TO-DAY. ltKMTuii:.- Bj M. J. Simmons, at 1087 Market St., at 11 o dock. WKAXHER rKKDICTIONS. Signal Skkvick, U. S. Army,") Division of '1111 Pacific, >-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 April 1890

i r.vsiNEss rHA^cy.a. DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS, J ' or do you want a partner, no matter what the line may be if it is respectable and paying reason- ably; I have 200 customers who want to buy a busi- ness .- a whole or in part: they have the money, ranging from $400 up to $9000: they are genuine buyers and in most eases thorough business meu; call and see mc; no commission charged until sale Is made: I do the largest business in my line tn this •state, and will give you '.■! pro as to my responsi- bility: I am established 23 years. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny it. __ lt s_-'i „|i PARTNER WANTED IN A FIRST- s', — .M'li. class wholesale manufacturing busi- ness : has tl.e latest Improved machinery and a sure business tliat "Li without doubt clear at least $400 per month requires bis partner to assist lv looking arier the hired men, do the collecting, etc.; inside .: 3 years this will be an immense business; no goo. 1 will asked; the money to be invested Iv the business iv order ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 April 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. (f a.liriiird from Third rage.) Mr. and Mrs. Junlel, Mr. and Mrs. Hill. Air. and Mrs. P. Krausgrill. Air. and Airs. J. Krausgrlll, Mr. and Airs. Geoiee Krausgrill, Air. and Mrs. Suaar, Mr. and Mrs. Kuegg, Air. and Mrs. Heinz, Mr. and Airs. Adams, Air. and Alls, ■ Laiifte, Air. and Airs. Schneider, Mr. and Airs. Kraush. Mr. and Alis. Miller, Allss Annie Kieg.i butn, Miss Katie Sauter, Allss Lizzie Sauier, Miss Beiilia Schueegass, Miss Amelia Schnee gas*. Allss Alay Schneegas*, Aliss Lollie ilaus tnan, Miss Amelia Hausman, Allss Katl ■ BUI, Miss Sophia Laugiii-, Miss Bertha Miller, Allss 11. Ziiiitslein, Miss Lillie Junlel, Allss Katie Schneider, Miss Susie Young; Messrs. Con Hauser Jr., Phil Hauser, Hon. L. Winters, Pro . lessor Schueegass, Fied Winters, Colonel G. 11. Bertram, Fred Hililebiand, Johu Welsel, Phil Welsel Jr., Air. Jansen. The Royal Argosy Party. A pleasant pound-package party was given last Fiiday evenlug at Foresters' Hall, on Eddy street, by Alph...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 April 1890

NEW SHOOTING PARK. Opening of the California Schuet zen Club Grounds. _ A Large Attendance and Goc- Scores Made at the E flo National Guards men at Shell Mound. About sixty members of the California Schuet **. i-ii Club, the majority accompanied by their wives and families, took early boats for San Rafael yesieiday morning to enjoy a day's shoot ing and* picnicking on the new grounds of tbe club, which were leceutly purchased. liiese grounds are about half a mile southeast of Sau Kafael, lying partly la tbe marsh, and are as finely located for a shooting range and pleas uie park as can be Imagined. a poind .of ibe park ii composed of wooded hills, from Hie tops of which a beautiful view of the bay, city and Mount Tainalpals can be ob tained, while tbe remainder is peifeclly level pound, splendidly adapted to title- shoot lag. Ibe butts are placed against the bill in the shade ol tie trees, making the light excellent, and tbls. Mini il.e slielteied position of the range. Is ex lecled...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 April 1890

8 LOST BOTH CONTESTS. Finn's Players Humbled by the Colonels. Stockton Succumbs Twice to the Sacrumentos. Meegan Pitches Strong Ball for Oakland and Beceives Splendid Support— Frisco Flays Skyrocket Gamti. Tbe home team lost two games yesterday to the Colonels. The coutest ln the morning was taken from tbe Frlscos mainly by heavy bitting, but tbe afternoon game was lost chiefly through (he poor Infield work or Finn's men. A peculiar feature of the play was that the Oaklands made all tbeir runs wben two men had been retired. This occurred in every inning In which the striped hosed players scored. When Frisco had succeeded lv disposing of two of Ihelr opponents, an error or a hit was sure to follow and safe bat ting combined with blunders did the rest of tbe work. Tbe play was an Interesting one up to the sev enth Inning, when Oakland secured two runs, and with (he weak hitting the Filscos bad been doing all through, that seemed to settle the mat ter to the satisfaction of everybody, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII— NO. 160. A MANIFESTO. Workingmen Urged to Join the Eight-Hour Move. Instrnctions for the Great Demonstration on the Ist of May. Strike ot Chicago Carpenters Hearing the End— The Stock-Yards Trouble—La bor Troubles in Europe. Special by the California Associated Press. New York, April 23.— The General Ex ecutive Board of the American Federation of Labor lias issued the following mani festo: In ihe demonstrations of May Ist turn out ln vast uuiubers mid by your presence manifest your unalterable determination to have your eight-hour work day enforced, though' hy one hade at a time, yet lor all, as the ultimate re sult. Allow no one to provoke you to a bleach of the peace, maintain order, refrain from vio lence, engage in no riots let your watchword be toe enfoicemeut of Uie eight-hour work day, be Clin, peaceable and positive. Among the organizations that will par ticipate in the demonstration here are the furniture-workers, cigar-maters, cement masons, Hebrew trades 500...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 April 1890

2 SUPERVISORS. A Proposed Ordinance Regarding Gas Fixtures. Co Catching of Young Striped Bass— The Police Signal System— A Site Chosen for the High School. ' The Board of Supervisors met last even ing, all the members present and Mayor Pond presiding. The following petitions and protests were received and referred to the proper com mittees: From property-owners against the paving ii Chestnut stieet, between Mason and Taylor. From James V. Owens for a progress pay ment on account of the regretting of Alta Plaza, the work on which is now almost completed. Communications were also received as follows: From Congressman Clunie, that the mat ter of a site for a pesthouse on Angel Island has beeu referred to General Miles, and suggesting that a committee be appointed from the board to ac: in the matter. KFiom Frank McCoppin, J. Downey Har vey and D. J. Tooliy, inclosing their oaths of office as Commissioners to assess Ho ward ■ ;. AN USPKOTECTED PESTHOCS-- From the Board of Health referrin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 April 1890

VISITING PIONEERS. San Francisco Welcomes the Guests From New England. Beviiiting the Scenes of the Fait— The Local Pioneers Will Entertain the Visitors Boyally. From the flagstaff of the Palace Hotel the White banner of the Pioneers, bearing t_p;n its surface the figures "49," flaunted a welcome yesterday to the visiting members of the New England Societies of California Pioneers. It recalled the days of the Argonauts, and many an old Culifornian went back in fuemory to the flush times when San Fran cisco was but a village and the mad search for gold had not yet begun. CAPTAIN TIIOATES. The present pilgrimage was inaugurated by Captain Thomes of the New England Society, and its successful issue is in a great measure duo to his earnest and untiring ef forts. He is an interesting figure in any gathering of men, and lias achieved an en viable reputation in the field ol letters, having contributed to the Eastern journals many readable talcs of pioneer days iv Cal ifornia. It was on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Kon a larger circulation tlian any other ucn»r:<i>iT published in San Francisco. rrBI.UATJ.SN OFFICE: ■76 Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 o'clock p. m. I.r.AM :i OFFICES: 710 Market fiit f i, i.t-ar Kearny, cpen until 12 o'clock midnight; SI'S Hayes street, open ontu 9:30 o'clock: 603 I kin street, open until 8:30 o*lock, umX -Olri tUasion ctrei i, op»n until 9 o'clock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION i:.\r; 8: DAD v i M.I. ffDcliKllng Sundays), $l» per year liy . B"in!. postpaid : 15 cents per week, or ti.V cents per <...' month tir«rrtors. DAILY CALL. five copies ihree months. si! '.'5. SUNDAY CALL (twelve (ages), SI :■» per >c.:. l"OStp»i<l. SCNDAY CALL a I.- I EKLY CALL i-J 50 per year, postpaid. V* i.i.K I.V CALL (el^bt pages), >1 25 per year, post liiid. CJnba of tea (sent t» one adtlnss), $10. AI'CTION B ILEB 10-DAY. FrßMTi'RK.— l>y Cbas. Levy, at o:iti CallfornU ' St.. m in o'clock. FrR3«iTT*KTE. Ceo. F. Lamson. at 1031 Page SL. at 1 i o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 April 1890

ftrsiNEss cH__rc_tg. -' «-f*;r_ft PARTNER WANTED: PLAIN", STEADY O—UU, workiugman In manuracturing busiuess; ! employs 4to 8 hands; must be willing to assist in tlie sv-Tk, keep plain accounts, men's time, conce- tions it::'! make himseir generally userul: knowledge oi business not necessary; Is easily learned; has stock, tools, materials and large orderson band; good location: trade clearing $75 to each per month; can be ■leased by having help; good man wanted more than money; is rare chance and will bear strict Investigation. GEO. STEWART, 135 Kearny. l '..ft ft PARTNER WAN! IN ITKST-CLABB - {[_ OV'Vj. business: any one can run it: no nisbt or Suudai work; clears to each $75 per month; is rap Idly increasing: soon will pay $100: wantssteady, ' sober, industrious man. willing i" take an active In- terest In one or this most successrul and flourishing I businesses In the cily: never such a chance as this; rone and Investigate: don't miss this. Particulars CEO. STKWAKT. 135 Kearuy st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 April 1890

6 TF.-SON.. I.S. WEALTHY YOUNG MAN WISHES TO CORRI- -™v spoud with a young lady with view to ma— i- mony. Address F. M„ Box 43. this ofllce. a'-9 lt* BOY AND GIRL BABIES FOR ADOPTION. 961 Folsom si. ap29 3t« lADIES-IF YOU WISH TO HAVE ELEGANTLY - rilling BUts. handsomely draped, made for $6, please call at MRS. MORRIS. 732 i,1_ Ucary.ap29 8* XlACiiiNli WHITEWASHING IS BETTER — I than with brashes; contrasts taken, 3c per square yard. Circulars 1409 Jackson st. ap29 tf ITTAKE NOTICE—HARRY ('.CLOSE IS NOT EM- -1 pi... by d .-. and has no autbority whatsoever to represent me. A. L. BOWMAY, Ladles' Tailor, 702 Market st. at' 29 lit* OIK TKI'MS ARE SPOT CASH. AND WE DEFY any grocery or pro— house on the t'ac lie Coast to undersell us for the same quality of goods: bites: Point Reyes butter. 35c a roll; fresh table butter, 30c a roll: choice butter, *-'5c a roll; Mission eggs, -0 ii dos. ; ranch e-.gs, 2 ilt.z. 35c, ail warrant- ed; Sue Eastern sugar-cured hams, hen lb; Eastern sugar-cure...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 April 1890

THE THEATERS. The Baldwin and New California Crowded to the Walls. •'Alone in London" at the Alcazir-Improve meet in "Zigzag"-" Orpheus and JSnrydice" at the Tivoli. Tho tide of theater-goers set very strongly in the direction of the New Cali fornia last evening, where the first night of the original "Shenandoah" was announced. As a consequence, the auditorium was speedily filled, and the painted statement put forth, "No more money taken!" It wis the largest assemblage ever within the walls of tlie theater since its opening, now nearly a year ago. It is quite needless to say that, in all respects, we bad a most satisfactory performance of this drama, a piece which, while purporting to give a picture of a feature of the old in terne strife, at the same time, In this comparatively remote period, brings closer together the hearts of the descendants of the contestants on both sides of the bloody question. The stage mounting and setting were more complete and picturesque than the first; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 April 1890

8 OUR BOYS. First Day's Session of the Grand Parlor. Chico Thronged lit! Native Sons of the Golden West appointment of Committees and a Drive to the Ranch of General Bid _? ell. Resolutions Presented. -pedal by the California Associate! Press. -.-'.- , - * - . vs .' - V al fc T^*»f__*cT* J a_r q^_r*"*^^^"^^ ) . ' f -j— _ -_ p_— »p^**~_n^ F __; Chico, April 28.— This has been a lively day among the Native Sons of the Golden West, as all first days of the annual Graud Parlor sessions usually are. With but few exceptions, all the delegates are present, and the skirmishing among them by the aspirants for Grand Parlor honors and their supporters is something funny to behold. Every candidate seems sure of election, and confidentially assures each delegate that he has won the fight; but, notwithstanding all these assertions, it is well known that no aspirant feels sure of success. This is borne out by the fact that all the candi dates are moving heaven and earth to win over by any means ca...

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