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GOULBURN VALLEY ELECTORATE. SEVEN ASPIRING CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

GOULBURN VALLEY ELECTORATE. SEVEN ASPIRING CANDIDATES Seven applications have been received for Mr. Graham's seal for the Goulburn Valley Electo rate. .These will be submitted to the executive, and later on a ballol of members of the Peo ple's ' Party and Australian'. Women's National League ^vill clecide. tlio Candidate. The . nam and addresses "o f applicants , are" as-follow:— - . ' ; Alexander.,Biggarj-Junr.; Shop-, :partbri.v auctioneer. and farmer; I Gr. J. D. Mitchell; Shepparton, builder and landowner. : \V. D; Maloney, Barmah, pulF lican. • .. . A. B. McClelland, 'Nathalia, auctioneer. D. 'Glive Morrison, -Tatura, solicitor and farmer.:; ;; Thomas Frank Lyons, Essen don, grazier. — Farquhars6n; Murchison. .: An important meeting of the delegates of the ^People's Party, etc., has been convened to be helu' at. Sheppartori bh Wednes. day afternoon; January 21, to make arrangements for .those, who have nominated to address meetings, at stated centres.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

SATISFACTION IN CLOTHES YOU GET IT HERE AT WARDROP'S Premier Tailoring Establish ment. SUITS full of character: suits that mark tho wearer as a man most particular ir* matters of dress, such are WARDROP'S. TAILORED SUITS. Our Representative (Mr. Syd. Thomas) visits this district every two months. WARDROP, The Quality Tailor, SMITH ST,, CQLLINGWQOD. JAS, FMRLEYS' THE HOUSE FOR GQOfi VALUE! All ORDERS BY MAIL Receive Prompt, Attention. 0® E. J. HARRIS' GREAT ANNUAL GLEAN SWEEP GLEAN SWEEP BALE! BALE! Saturday, Jan. 17. E. J. HARRIS, Largest & Cheapest CASH DRAPER, Telephone 49. Shepparton. TOYS AND DOLLS! GREAT KMS BARGAIN SALE! AT LYONS' STORE, HIGH STREET, SHEPPARTON. MUST CLEAR BEFORE NEW YEAR COSTUMES, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, UNDERCLOTHING, MILLINERY, NECKWEAR, &c. MENS' MERCERY, HATS, TENNIS SHIRTS. ...... ALL AT BARGAIN PRICES! The Best Gd and 1/ TOYS in the Trade. . Special Value in our GROCERY Department for the Holidays. |t; K. LYONS, HIGH STREET, . ". . . . SHEPPAfi...

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STRIKING A RATE. INCREASE IN EUROA SHIRE. STRONG OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

STRIKING A RATE; :>J INCREASE " IN EUROA SII1RE. STRONG OPPOSITION: . ,, At last Saturday's meeting of the liuroa. shire council, in ac cordance wiili motion, Cr. Plat!, '"oved that a general rate of 1/6 in the £,be, struck. Seconded'1 t»y Cr. lUincinian/ • ' Cr. Armstrong- said thill as far as the South riding was concer ned lie believed an increase in the rale would not-have been necessary if ati adjustment of | the valuations as proposed by' him had been agreed' to. Though be did not like imposing extra rating with the present valua tion anomalies the position in winch they were placed, with ur gent bridge and road works, left them no alternative. ■ ■ Or. Morgan said be recognised the necessity for extra rating) and in view of the'financial posi- ' lion he would support the mo tion. The president said lie must J support the motion ;and said that even the extra revenue to he provided would not, go far ui view of the increased cost of labor and material. Bridge lim-l ber was now...

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Tuesday, January 13. Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

Tuesday. January 13. Sheep. An average yarding of sheep forward to a good attendance of the public. Totai yarding 7350 head, including 1109 in the pens for fat sheep. The.quality, gener ally, in this class was only med ium, with a few pens of quality offering, for such market linn and brisk,.medium to inferior be ing dull of sale. Quotations: Fat. sheep—Good quality' crossbred wethers. 16/3 to 17/; odd sheep to IS/; medium do., 13/1 to 13/S: good cross ewes, 14/9 to 16/9; medium do., 12/2 to 14/1; medium, wethers, good, 14/2 to 15/8; medium do.. 12/3 to 13/; merino ewes, 10/8 to 11/9; prime lambs 14/4 (o 1(5/3: medium do., 12/4 to- 13/: small do., 11/6 to 12/. Store sheep were dull of sale throughout the market, except ing lambs, which sold remark ably well at high ligures. Not much business-was done in stores, prospective buyers not being inclined to give vendors' figures. Actual sales were as folloow:—317 cross ewes, 4, 6, 8-t, even line, at 14/4; 110 do. do., 0 and 8-t, at 13/10:...

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THE GOULBURN WATERSHED. METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS CLAIM. DISCUSSED BY WATEH COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

THE GOULBURN WATERSHED. METROPOLITAN BOARD Olv J WORKS' 01.AIM.' . DISCUSSED - BY WATEH fJOM , MISSION. ■ ; A few issues ago a letter. was published in the "News," dealing, with, the "alleged .claim of (he Mclropojituu . Jioar«l <>r Work's over the watershed.of' the Tag ger ty river," a U'ilmtary of the Goulhiirh river. On this letter an article was based,; drawing.-at tentioii" to! the possible, danger to the water suppJl7 oT.-l-Ijia river. At Tuesiiay night's meeting of the Water. Trust Com Ross, after erroeously.!.;ascribing, the prticle. to a ^Melbourne'paper tetrongly urged thai some steps should*'ho taken; to prevent i:lhe alienation of? any" portion col. .the.: watershed of the Goulburn'or its tributaries. - The chairman (Com. Fair) stated air'.unsigned Idler had appeared in (hi* "News,"'to which' it liad-.byen his intention to reply. asUiug Hi« writer .to disclose his name ;lo..him so that; he. might: take, sonic neces: aary hction.- Jl'^ wliatvllio .writer i a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

SALES AT SHEPPARTON COR PORATION YARDS. . ■ ' i. * i i. CATTLE ... JANUARY .20 PIGS V ... JANUARY 26 SHEEP : ... JANUARY 27: AUCTION SALES TO COME. A USEFUL SUMMARY. Friday, January. 16. Shepparton Special Sheep Sale of 16,000 sheep. . - . • r Toolamba Stock Sale Win. Briggs' Clearing Sale air Mooroopna. Numurkah Stock Sale. . Violet Town: Watts, Turnbull and Co's Stock Sale. Saturday, January 17. Cobram Stock Sale. Monday, January 19. Dookie Stock Sale. : Undera Stock Sale. ; Devenish: Watts, Turnbull & Co.'s Stock Sale. Tuesday, January 20. Shepparton Cattle Sale Numurkah Horse Sale. Wednesday, January 21.. F. Treyvaua's sale of. House, Furniture, etc., Shepparton. . R. Trickey's Clearing Sale at ■•ola West. Katamatite Stock Sale; also sale of land. Caniambo: Watts, Turnbull and Co's Stock Sale. Thurday, January 22; Tocuinwal Stock Sale. Nathalia Special Stock Sale. Saturday, January 24. O11 a/c of Mr. D. Treahy, to lease, his farm of 550 acres, at Pine Lodge; J. M'Namara ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

KILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S .MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S IVilLLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S .MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S FILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S .MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S IVilLLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S Wta-KSaaSKcr.. IVilLLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S - MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLERS: MILLER'S MILLER'S IVilLLER'S! MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S • MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S IMILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER S MILLER'S GREAT BLACK AND WHITE SALE 1 OF Itadies' White fork AND ,• Sfafts on SRTUSOkY NEXTS , At "THE MILLER STORES," Shepparton. MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S i'"3LLE?3'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S MILLER'S !&g...

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Shepparton News Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

mm Published: Monday and Thursday Evenings. THURSDAY. JANUARY 15, 191-i. The question of iimiiici pal valu.ilions and rating is of deep roncern' to owners arid occupiers uf house or landed property; It . .a ffc.c'lsv owners •more particulav ly. In various ways. In the case* of- high yaluaCions, for instance. I hey may have the effect of ma terially increasing prices from a selling point of view. On the oilier hand the increased rates lo he paid are not .highly regar ded, Oven though I hey may have been fixed at (lie minimum. When valua/ions are low. it nc rt'ssarily follows that rales rise, though.not always in proportion, niore particularly if heavy muni cipal works have to he under taken. When re-valuations of municipal property are made, and any great changes are ef fected, there are always differ ences of opinion as to judgment which has been exercised by Ihe valuer. The Local'Government Act very wisely (and necessarily so, loo,) provides for valuations being made by competent p...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Anglican'.—II .Sunday after Kpipbany. St. Augustine's, Shepparton—S a.m., Holy Communion ; 11 a.m., Matins line! Ser mon ; 7.30 p rii., Kvoiisonf; and Sermon Rector. Sheppnrtnn Kiist (State-school), p ni., Evensong arul Sermon. St. Voters', Arcadia, 3 p.m , Evensong and Sermon— Rev. D. .-horris. T.illyga roopna, U a.in. and 7.30 p.m.. St. Lukes ; 3 p.m., St.-John'R—Rev. fcJ. A. Horner. PKEsnvTEBlAX.—SheVpiirton, 11 a.m. ; Pinu Lodge, 3 p m. : Sli«pparto» Estate, 7.30 p.m.—Mr A. .J. liipper. xVroudia, 11 a.m.; Kiulla, '3 p.m.; Sliepparton, 7.30 p.m.—Rev. Geo.- Paul. Chukcii of Ciirist—Worship, 11a.m. ; Bible [school;- "2.45 p.m.- ; Gospel, 7.30 p.m.... Oosgrove, p.m.—Preacher, Mr H, M. Clipitone. •15a(TI8T. — ShuppuUm, 11 u m., Mr H. IVliiificM; 7.30 p'm., Rcr. J. YY. Thomas.. Karramumus, 2.30 p.m., Rev. .J. \V. ThomaB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

PIGS and_ CALVES •TONE and CO. (R*flO, ROBERT SCHULTE, Proprietor. WHOLESALE MHAT 8ALBS MAN, MHTROPOMTAN M*AT MARKET, NORTH MELBOURNE. Are opes to Recelva Carcaaa Pork and Vaal Any Day Durtax tie WHt S&lea Daily. Highest PtIcm Realised. Bateat Cold Storage Chambers. Prompt Afcouat gales. Correepondeica la* Sh out Weekly Reports la Market Revorti. Among the BaaftMt woman of ® to-day Is iki whoa* gamut* have been rnorated here. Ska ' looks juit as If aba bad stepped oatofa bud boo. From the oetxicb folks h bar bat, dawa to the hem af bar feisty iMrf enaythlag look* brand m, fa fact, few beyoadber aalf woald guess that etery artiela vaa nat abiolutsly new —yet tt isal last season's goodadeaaed or dyed by ma.

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SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Monday, January 12. Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Monday, January 12. "Piers.' : A tight yarding of pigs for ward. with full attendance, of buvers-foi-^sLoi-u pigs? J>uU,-linii—_I led competition for bacon -and | pork pigs. This class was decid edly easier, showing a decline of i 5s per head, slips and suckers 1 were is to 5s higher than closing sales of 1913, 'lota! penned. 110 head, including 00 in 1'at pens, the remainder being stores, slips and suckers..Quotations: Prime hack fat, 06/ to 81/; prime bacon 00/ to 00/: good do., 51/ to 59/; medium do.. 18/ to 52/; porkers, 30/ to 12/: bacon stores, it/ to 47/: big do., 32/ to 39/; small stores, 29/0 to 3-i/0d; big slips, 25/ to 28/: prime suckers, 22/ to 25/: medium do., 19/ to 21/0. Closing sales were the best.

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INQUIRIES BY POLICE WHEN NECESSARY TO CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

BY POLICE I WHEN NKCKSSAKY.TO CAUTION. Before -Mr.Justice Darling. Mr Jus tice liowlatt,' and Mr Justice., 'Atkiu_ (reports the "Times" of November. 20) Lewis v. Harris, a case stated' by jus-' tices sitting in petty se.-sions, was dealt with. - . • ' ; Mr Powell, K.C., and Mr Mickle thwait appeared for the appellant;;Mr Sankey. K.C., and- Mr-Clem Edwards appeared for the respondent. = ft appeared that the appellant. Lewis, a superintendent, of police, at the- Police Court of Bluinn laid an in formation under tho Sunday Observ ance Act 1B77 against the respondent, Esther Harris, for that she "tin March" 30. 1953, did at Ulaiiia unlawfully do and exercise certain worldly labor, business' and work in her ordinary caljing as general dealer, the same not being a work of necessity -or charity. ' The appellant was duly authorised to lav such information by- the, Chief Constable of Monmouthshire. The jus tices dismissed the information, but agreed to state the following case. '! Upon the h...

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EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

"■■EUROfl SHIRE COUNCIL. Tlie monthly meeting of the llsuroa shire'council was held on i Saturdays January 10, when all I councillors, were present. Cotresponacnce. lu .'Shcpparton . Sports Carnival I asl«ul>ahat -Wednesday,-SFebru aiy 11 be proclaimed a public holiday.-—Granted. ^ I Guine sought permission to take a line of water pipe ,across the road from water -.main to' Seven Creeks homestead.—Gran ted '-V/'/-. Reports. «J. O- Sanderson* inspector, re ported that on 'December 19th the . adjourned .case against R. Bulleu. was dealt with at the Eu'roa police court, when a fine of £15 was imposed for neglecT ting to destroy, saffron', thistles. A fresh notice to destroy Lhictles had been served.. He was now looking through the shire for stinkwort and preparing notices I,c serve. The slaughter yards and sanitary depot were in satis factory order.. Country Roads Board. Or. Morgan referred to the anticipated visit of the Country Roads Board, and said that Lhe question of main roads...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

THE CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM. Rheumatism is caused by the reten tion of uric acid in the system, .owing to the action of the kidneys being de fective. The following letters will be interesting to' sufferers from rheuma tism':— ' From Miss Hilda Brown, 2 Great Buck • ingham-fitreet, Rcdfern, Sydney, N.S.W. "When"I was in Hobart I jvas taken' ill, and got so bad that I went to a I hospital, a.jid after staying about three! months I returned to Victoria hardly any better than when I first went into the hospital. Tho origin of my trou bles was a chill, caught .after taking a hot bath, with the result that I could hardly move, tho painsiu my back and limbs* were 6<> excruciating, I ..seem ed to get'no relief from my treatment. When I arrived in Victoria I- was met by my sister, ntid was induced by Tier to try Warner's Safe Cure. After tak-. ing four bottles I felt some relief, and, by the time I had taken sis more, I was quite well-again. From tho time of leaving the hospital I ...

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PIANO PLAYING IN A FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

PIAXO PLAYING IX A FLAT In tho Chancery Division yesterday the action for alleged nuisando Wrought against Mr- Emerson.; .TYhit horrie, composer anil pianist, of Syd ney-terrace, South Kensington,, was dismissed with. costs (reports the | "Daily-News" of Noven^bev 20). The plaintiffs were Mr ■ Arthur Bioxham and Air Percy Milton," defendant's landlords, and Mr Charles AVilliam Daly, a dentist, .who occupies a floor immediately ' underneath'.'Mr Whlt horno's Hat, and the complaint made, was of excessive plano-playtrig.: and the monotonous'repetition of tunes. Mr Whithorne denied the allegations. Sir Justice Neviilo held that In pre mises of this kind there must bosoms give and take. Having no evidence from any person in sound health of being annoyed by the music, he found that no nuisance had been established.

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A SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

A SECRET, My laddie's a' the world to roe! Tis to liimsolf I owo it • . That I can never moro gae free But, ah! he must not know it 1 When from my side he roams aw**, I scarce boliove I'm. living; But when ho's here—my laddie— I dte for want of giving! Why must I think.upon his smile? His eyes o'evbright. and bonny ? His gladnwa that doth s:w bcgoila It robs my heart <jf on.y? Were I a lad, and ho^a maid, I would not-be sao winning; To •wound too deep I'd bo afraid, And deem such sweetness sinning? —Florence Earlc Ooatc&. 'Joy is tlio peculiar feeling experi enced by tho man who counts bie» money ami discovers that bo haa all b& thought ho had nnd a few dollars mow. Shu was a lady visitor to the prises, kindly and well meaning, and as ahw chatted with a burglar who had feeci* sentenced to six months' imprisonment, sho thought sho detected signs of re form in him. "And now,1' she said, "have yon any plans for tho future on tho expiration of your sentence?" ...

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ADVICE FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

, ADVICK FOR 1QM-. Try IT, Marshall'* boots, both ;tro!>? • and light, \ ■' Buy your footwear from him jukI I you'll be satisfied • quite; With the quality and price of all y his s,to'ck, : I Opposite Shepparton "News'1 you'll find his slioip. I Orders and repairs a gpncialtyi. Applications wo returnable on . Friday, January 23, for the posi i tion of inspector of waste or mis-' s use "of water. Shcpparton ' Urban ■ "Waterworks Trust,.. ; - r •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

PATENTS Obtained la Commonwealth and Blaa where for Improved methods of Apoli anew, Tools, etc., of any dtBorlptioa* Fall Information, Coats, etc., aest o* explication to A. O. SAOHSE, C.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collin* and William Sta, MELBOURNE. Ho is a near-thoughtless man trh* thinks only of himself. Pleasing A exhilarating. So great lias bee.i tho rise in price of pearls during the last. 15_yeai» that it is estimated by a -writer in tl» Paris "Revso" that a necklace, bongfcfc for £20,000 at tho end of tho nine teenth century, might now be expect ed to fetch £200,000. With the con stant increase of woaith, the raloa ©? pearls is likely to continue to increase, and a good collection may be regnrdedS' as one of the most profitable of invest ments.

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BOWLS. ASSOCIATION MATCHES Nagambie v. Shepparton [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

BONVLS. ASSOCIATION MATCHES ■. Nagambio v. Shepparton On Wednesday a -Shappar.ton tenny visited >Tagariibie to -play their : third " a'ssociation match, arid after a yery keen contest , won by five .points. 'J'ho game fcvas up arid down throughout the ' contest, . and with . three . ends up Sliepparton were down but made good \vork in the finish and: scored a victory. During the af- •■! ternoon thevisitorswere. enter: tained.by the ladies at afternoon tea, and at the finish. the usual congratulations and thanks for entertainment were given with a special one: for the -ladies. The ^following are the scores— : k ■ Sliepparton (55)..* : - No.1 1 v illink—Sutherland, ; Downey,. Sandy,v Whiter head 32 No. 2 Rink—Stubbs, Maiby, Kendall, Mclver .. .. '23 Nagambie (50).J No. 1* Rmk—Cowan, Gordon, Osborne, Park,.. . 26 No. 2 Rink—WiUis, Orllly, "Ilaqntih, l^ill t. .. 2i local" rl\ib, ha^e "alsx> joined tho--Nortborir:"Associatibni' comprisfng Nathalia; Numurkah, rWungh nu and Shopparto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton News — 15 January 1914

ASSURANCE CO. v LTD. ESTD. 1762. F«E. AOCIOENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. iOSSES PAID EXCEED £85)000,000. b» BUSH riBM by UONTHMO . ' aro madb good by thl« Company. AGENTS WANTED. • 46! to 471 BOURKE ST., Melbourne. . OALCSTY A CO, LTD.. AUNTS. '^Pickled Pears.—To four and a-half -jwundsof fruit allow one pound and -e-half. of sugar, one pint of good wine <3f. cider vinegar, a little cinnamon, <md* the rind of a lemon. Peel the •pears, which should be just on the ycrge of ripeness, halve them, and re move tbe cores. Boil together the ■vinegar and sugar, skimming it thor -ougbly. Put in the pears with the cin namon and lemon-rind, and simmer over a clear lire until the fruit is ten der. Then lift out tbe pears and place Jthem in jars and pour the liot syrup over thenj. After a 'week drain- off tie syrup, recoil it, iuid again pour 5i over the fruit. When cold fasten ■down securely. 7 ■ Frentice-*t, East St. Hilda. September 2, 1913. ,ltr. Brin,—I, a mother of eleven...

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