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COBAR. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

GOBAR. T.'I ;I')7 .IJ'NXBAY'EVENING Mr. D. J. O'Neill of Clobfir is the first to .^bring'the bapk , m 'into ;, proininenca. He . has applied - for a vast' ? tract-''of ' the Northern territory, near; the j.Qulf i.tjf i Carpentaria, <;00naialiiig.'> of .^eifrbt. - thousand,s^uarb' miles, embracing'five'navi ; gable .rivers,. between^the transcontinental ,i.|(jtole^aph,|i|nd;iiind.''the'propoBed'traoaooDti .^nenial railway. I Mr..Jame8:T^8on .has also taken. uj(| ajtraot' of * oouqtry; adjoining (Mr. wO!KHill?8,,6wiog to information supplied Jura. A "When- auoh J(0avantQ>.< law pastoral > matters invoat in I ho fur north, ihoru must bo eome tliiug ia it. Mr. O'Neill is late of Burrowa. Blocks here continue ia good demand. Woothoi* last week showery, and it ia now threatening rain.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. IL'HOIR GIJEVIM-E's TEMTOKAM 01. AND ODD OTUELT COUUESPONDENTS.] - SYDNEY. SATURDAY EVENING. No frosh outbrpnks of small pox bare been reported to-day, and the city and suburbs are now free from any known eases of tbo frightful disease. A fatal prize-fight took place at Rand wick this morning between two youDg men named Booth and Gallagher, Seven rounds were fought without either of the contestants being severely-injured, but in tbo eighth round Booth struck Gallagher a violent blow under the heart which proved fatal. It is alleged that Gallagher fell: dead almost instantly. Booth was arrested, as also a half-caste named ^William Johnson who aoted as his second. - Five others wore ar rested from amongst the spectators. All the accused were brought up at the Water Police Court to-day and remanded. The banquet to Sir John Robertson and Mr. Lackey, at Grafton,' last night \vas a great 6U0C68B. The Hon. James Hoslttn?, Minister for Lands, will soon be in attendanc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

THH AMERICAN SERENADE , . ANP ? . / 7^ VWORtD'S GEAND ; ' PRESENTATION FESTIVAL i; «;. ^ Will obmm'anoB* ;"'''.y, i A - '8 JG ?'.b'.J'; "" I^,::.NTlE;E.TliIN'MSNT Q !*»« *. '!K'U!) .»» ON' i u fUESOAiT; EVENING N II no .<).»/; -V'fi.mi.l ? In'.-'- >; nv.-avi.i " i i . J-;; jiwlnd'a 18 o: f . ?"' .A ; ..Wantefl L ' .SMARTTRUS'inVOBTHY ROY for an Office in Town.-* Address Bignn, office of this, paper. Pigeon Match. SEVERAL MATCHES will'take place at MB. A'. PHELPS' HOTEL, TARAGO, on SATUR DAY, 25TII JUNE. ; ' To I^et, ! v' i in ttOllSE and1 GROUNDS' at;iIfi<)ld!; alsJ, a, LCJL :COTTAGE, nenr' Mr, Finlay's; nnd ' wanted to puVolinao, LARGE GIN'- BOTTLE3: ttleo, PINT BOTTLES.' >< JOHN O'BRIEN,i; - n m!I v:< "? ? i" -'?''-.?i i ?'i" Imperial, Hotel. ,v; Municipality of.Goulburn, PPLIOATIONSfaecompaniod by Toslimoninlsj JLJl. addropned to tho Mayor, wil|i:bo rooeived up to 6 p.tn. oii-FRID A Y, THE 1ST JULY, frorti Porsons oompetent tp,fil...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) THE HARVEST, IN GREAT BRITAIN. LONDON, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

LATEST. BY CABLE. . ' . ' {.From the Sydney Herald,) ''THE HARVEST,IRFGFREAT BRITAIN.' ; LONDON,,Juno 16. THE grain crops and cereals in the rural districts of Eujg|and ; and Scotland ore ad vancing,very) favourably, and if the weather continues propitious, the'yield ib. expected to 'be-a--goodi one. ,, ;,.i- .... ;1{' j . (i;!,v nus THE HARYESTIN" FRANCE.':/ : V' PARIS, JUDO' 1G, . "Aooounts from the ..agricultural- districts throughout France speak well'of the present .appearance' of the . growing crops, and' a favourable,harvest is confidently expbuied! " THE , HAEYEST . IN- THE UNITED^ . states-' ? ' ? Nij-w YORK, June 16.. Additional advices from the northern'and .western wheat-growing States coufirm.the unsatisfactory reports previously,, to' hand, and there is now little doubt that the crop' will be below the average., - 1 ; i , ACTIVITY OF THE FENIANS.' ^'Lo^poNr'June I7v The Daily.News, in an; artidol published to-day, refers tft- the increased riotivity re cently manifeste...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then: and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

xNEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and urhot'i he news ?"-King John. Weather dull and cold. Libel actions ore plentiful. Smallpox teropiratilv ohoeked. Small-pox is rairing in Eugland just now. The ship Starlight has brought nine tram motors from America. Grocers are being prosecuted in Mel bourne for selling damaged tea. The health of the Minister for Lands is improving. A pawnbroker's shop is likely to bo opened in Goulburn. Mrs. Guildford's disease has readied the suppurating 6tjgo. j.. Bet.er bo up with the lark than down with the small-pox. The Governor of Victoria has a yearly salary of £10,000, while our noble Governor has only £7000. All the railway carriages aro now being cleansed and fumigated before leaving Sydney, >' Tbo demand on Sydney for carbolic acid is unexampled, and the chemists say,. " It's ! an ill wind, &c," | The deceased man Bout was buried near the Qiwrautino Ground, and quicklime was plentifully used. Sir Bryan O'Loghlen . will submit a vote of want...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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FATAL ACCIDENT AT INVERALOCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

FATAL ACCIDENT AT IN yeiialochy. , jjA?T Saturday Mr. Betts, coroner for the , jY,j Goulburn distriot, proceeded to Inyeralochy, and there held an inquest touching ;the ' 'dp^th 'of'a young man named Frederiok ThomaV. Maidmept,,' who. on .the previous ... ,,, .(Bv.enipg, biad, whilaC .Btfetnpting, to jump a ? , :ifenoo, met' with an' aocideut ,which' resulted ' fatally; "The following evidence was ad .; du'ced ^ : ! George Mdidmeht, deposed : I v. am a farmer, and reside nt Inveralocliy ; the :u.i bbdy viewed hy the coroner and jury is that of my 'brother; on Friday evening myself dn'd'mjt'hirtyh.er;' put some moras through /iVom',pne,!pnddoBlc to another ;' to do so wo hnd to lift the gate off its hinges, as Mr. Douglas hod the key ; after we had; done so I shw deeeaspd'looking at the fence as if cal culating its height;. I said, " What are you iooking tttlie replied,think the Spy ,ii ,Golt cauldijump thai;'-he then wontup to the £ondo"'h'nd' stood against it with his chest, :V;''a...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

STOCK AND SHAKE REPORT. A small amount of business was reported ia tlie stock and share market to-day (Fri day). In banks, A,J.S. were offered at 17}, buyorfl 17f; Oity's wanted at 13}f sellers ask 13$; Cou.meacials 110 offered, 112 asked ; new |isr<ue could be placed at 102; Mercantiles, buyers, 6f, held for 6|; N. S. Wales quotations, 69} to 60 j Now Zealands remain at 23} to 23J; New Zealand Register, 23 to 23£ ; Qu lensland Nationals, 8J to 9 ; Orientals would bo taken at 24. Australian Mutuals, buyers 9/, sellers 10/3; Oity Mutuals remain at 1/2 to 1/4; Generals, 90/- to 93/; Mercantile Mutuals, 1/2 to 1/4; Pacific, 72/- to 75/; Sydney Marine wanted at 40/, Bellers 42/; United, buyers 68/, sellers 60/; Sydney Exchange could be placed at 10£ ; Bulli Coal remains at 11 to 12; Wallsend, 16| to 17 ; Waratah, 6 to 6£; Vale of Olwydd brought 20/3, quota tions-buyers 19/6, sellers 21/; Great Oobar, buyers 76/6, sellers 77/6; Nymagee sold at 22/9, 23/, 23/3, buyers 22/6, sel...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Lamentable Ignorance. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

Lamentable Ignorance. The other day (says the Gundagai Times) , a,,girl 16-years of age, named Catherine ^ Ha)ey, after giving evidence at, the police .doart ip a ,ca8e<|a which, her . brother was . oonoerned, ,being requested to sign. her deposition, stated'tbat she could, not write. >The police magistrate very, properly remon strated' with her father on ,the indifference manifestod by him to, the advantages of tlio ' present day,of, acquiring some, education for bis,children. . HtJoy replied that the girl bail been to school-both at the Public and ? Catholic schools in Gundagai-and had not bceo'taught to write. Such an assertion, of coura^ o^ti be taken for what it is'worth.'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

"WEEICI/ST OA.XiEND.AJK. Day of Week. SUNDAY ... Monday ... Tuesday ... Wednesday. Thursday... Friday Saturday... Bumstl. h. m. 4 50 4 57 4 57 4 67 4 57 4 57 4 58 MOON'S PHASE, New Moon,.27th JUDO, 12.8 a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Financial Difficulties. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

Financial Difficulties. ? Asp-eial mPGling of the finance cnmmit tee of ihu Sydney Municipal Council whs bold on Thursday- to consider, nmongst oilier suhj cts, the condition of «ho city finaucps. It was convened'on the motion of Aldcrtnun John Youog, who considered that the Gauaeea demanded adjustment and the exercise of economy. The alderineu, instead of mimi/Gstinif the embarrassment which might have been Hnticipated lo resultfrom the Mtivor's.warning-" that they must shorten .sail'! sepmed, if not jubilant, at least satisfied that matters were not so bnd as it was sup posed they we're. Most of tbom appeared to ignore the existence of the overdraft. One thought that they should borrow £100,000 for repairing the streets,-another seriously BUgKOs'61' ; tb&t the amount should be £500,000 ; whilst a third submitted a pro position that1 it-sbould be £250,000. fhe proposal, to borrow money for the purpose mentioned was received with approval.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, every lovely since the world began, The [?] of tyrante and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: MONDAY, JUNE 20. THE RINGBARKING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

imtlknt j®;t% $rps. FtTBXiXSKEP EYEEY MOB^TI2STQ Truth, ever lovely tlnco llio world began, i . The foe of tyrants and the friend of man .-Campbell. QOULBURN: MONDAY, JUNE 20. THE RINGBARKING CASE. THE decision of (ha Polioe Magistrate at Wagga has been unanimously upheld by the Judges of the Supreme Court, who founded their judgment on the opinion that ringbarking is an improvement for which compensation is provided under the Amended Land Act. The scale on which compensa tion Bhould be given, the Chief Justice remarked, did not come before them. This is the real point in which the publio are inte rested, and the omission to give a decided opinion upon it left the matter in just as unsatisfactory a state as it was before. The question at issue is not so much whether ringbarking is an improvement within the meaning of the Act, as whether it; is consor nant with justice or the intention of the Act that the improvement effected by ringbark ing should be assessed at ten times the actual...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Nice Cup of Tea. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

1 a Nic^ou^'orm \TboMelbourne correspondent of the Sydney Herald has'the following ra the arriy&l;itf Melbourne otfttToargo of rubbish undervtlieV'naiSe [of- tefef-Tho 'wholesale prioej;.b£i,t';l's |breejiiVntfe]lialf-penhy a pound, and Jlierii .axelwaili%SjXnijthe houses of cer tain importers that this villainous imitation bos boon ;SGigod,;pxQininQd, and condemned, a&d that jl)^ jsJtollkJof a criminal prosecu tion of thb-iroporrlors&v

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TITLES OF HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

TITLES OF HONOUR. THE action" of Chief Justice LILLEY in declining the proferred honour of knight hood is looked' upon; as ' safdttcing! of, a rebuke to those colonists who, forgetting their own native dignity,stoop to use questionable means, such: as the, touting of friendB, to obtain the courted title; - Some even think he was not at liberty to decline the honour, seeing it was conferred on the office not on the man. Tbia opinion is absurd, as it is plain to any one that it was the man and not the ofiiob' that ;was in tended to be honoured. When he designed the judgeship in course of ftime, would he resign the honour that it might be assumed by his successor? It was a want of tact to offer entitle without first consulting him on the matter, and finding out whether or'not ho was willing to accept it. When this was not done he was perfectly justified in deoliniog the offer if he chose to . do so. -To assume that a 'man will'"be willing to have an honour thrust upon him, without bein...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wentworth Letter-Stealing Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

The Wen,tworth, Letter-Stealing Case. la the 'Banco Court on JYid&y, in the Queen v. Munro-a Crown case Reserved by his:|Houot; Judge' iDocker-the conviction was affirmed. It appears' prijsqty'er was an operator,at the South Australian telegraph office at' Wentwortill' The room in which he worked is part of the building which is used as,a post and telegraph office. On the night, yit 'the ,15th 'January^prisoner was on duty, as! was also Patrick'Thomas Whealy, a No>v, South, Wales .telegraph operator-both in their respective offices. The post ond telegraph master, Mr. Camper, with the helpVot his assistaDtsf liad';ifliade ?6 the mails atlben-o'clock "that 'nig'ht,Wb(i TiWing sealed the bags placed thetn on the floor near the.. counter.^roodjj. for . the^copch which ;iei't^^eari^^in'' one o'clock,,tlie, ,iAdelaide; Tnqilr'COflplj arrived, aud'utthatitimeMr.GampOri having got up to 'temotfe'' toe'bftg^.Wrt'i^vWpost offioo ipok^'t'ct prisoner .who^n l^iri^liisp w n room; Jib,...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

LOCAL AND GENEllAL NEWS. Goulburn Hospital. Soveral of the patients in the bospital at present are reported to bo in a state of uon valescunce. Spiers, ini aid of whom tlio subscription was collected during the week before last, will leave tor his home in New Zealand during tbe present week ; and some others of the patients will als'b'be'di'aohargud shortly. We are sorry to find that there is a case of typhoid fever, in the institution at present: the sufferer, is , a young man named Daniel Speura, from Spring Valley. He had been employed at Marulun, and had to leave there through aickposa, which, on his arrival home, developed into fever-another member of his family having boon affected' therewith; : Wo understand the patient is perfectly 'isolated i from tbe ordinary wards, and that the case is not so bad as was at first supposed ; there is therefore no cause for any alarm about tbe unfortunate circumstancf. Br. Davidson is attending to the patient, and there is every necessary ca...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Re-Vaccination. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

Re-Vaccination. The following, from tbo London Standard of May 5, is of deep interest at the present ..'moment :--A.ni interesting illustration of the valuo of re-vaccination is afforded by a re port just furnished, at the instance of the Looal Government Board, by the chief medioal officer of.,-the/General Post Office. This report relates to'an d^erage number of 10,504 . persons , permanently employed in the postal service: in London, all of whom have been required to undergo re-vflcoination on<-admission. to the service, unless that ;ojJBratioii has been performed within seven .years (previously. Amongst these persons, during the 10 years 1870-79, there has not \been t» eiagle'fatal p^e ofand in only ten instauoes'haW there ibeisii non-fatal attacks, nil of which verp; of | a/jvpy slight character.)' . In the .Telegraph .Department, where the enforcement of re-vaccination has not beou carried* out wittiiqiiite'the same ciom'pleteuesB,' twelve casds have ocourred in the ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

f-*> - . ? I ?? MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT QOULUUIiN DlSSTIilOT. Juno 29-Feast of Saints Peter and Paul, Holi day of ObligatioD, Gurrundah. " 2C-Taralga, Marulan, Boro. July 8-Grabben Gullen, Spring Valley, Bread alb&ne, " 10-Taralga, Laggan, Mummell. YASS MISSION. Gundaroo, Sunday, June 26 Pin along, Sunday, July 3 Gunning, Sunday, July 10.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

ItlirfEY BROTHERS' Boys' Suits 4s. lid. : " " . 4s. lid. " " 4s. lid. Boys' Trousers .. . . 3s. 6d. fiOYS^.;:H1JZZ4R.;:S^fS, 4s. lid. H::' Largest and Cheapest Stock BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING " txbu'. «®<q» ,w,K-rai,cnt«;rsr.; --f : $ .. . v;v. i: . OVERCOATS.WINTER OVERCOATS . OTJ':il0TBnc0.VT8 ?1 AE1J roia^viLED ion i:: OV£E<SCOATS Q^iy» 'Material, and Style. OVERCO ATS Fifteen Oases of WINTER OVERCOATS, various ' OVERCOATS Qualities and Priced,, opened'.'this Week, ; m OVERCOATS comprising1 MUNSTERS, tTLSTERS, . OVERCOATS CHESTERFIELDS, &e. . OVERCOATS ''' - !! :: ?: WINTER "?'< - HOSIERY Crentlemen's Winter Hosiery. . vylNTER^ , ... ,rMBN'8 mbkino SHIRTS, from iB.'aii. ' -. " " HOSIERY ABOTiO SBIItTS and-PANTS; 8s. Gd. 1 I : . '*TT7TTvrfm 1 jtp"'' ' MEN'S MERINO PANTS, from lSi lid, ; ? >;>' . /-.'..Vy-J.JN. J. Jji?, , SHETLAND MERINO; SHIRTS,and PANTS . , HOSIERY iMENfS MIflRINO HALF-HOSE, from 9d. , . wVxrnrra-n ;. MEN'S LAMI3SWO...

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FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Friday. At the Darling Harbour railway termiius, this morning, there was a good supply of forage and produce from the various country, stations on the western and southern lines, tCho market fairly attended, and prices much the . same as at last sales. Oaten hay, in bale, 3/9 to 5/; in truBS,' 3/9 to 4/5; in bundles, 4/3 to 5/1 per owt; lucerne hay, none forward ; straw, in bale, of good clean ;' quality, 2/7 to 2/11; ia bundles, 3/- to 3/4 or-i-iturjl Tin ? i pee cwt; oaten chaff, in bale, 5/; in bag, 4/4 to 4/11, bogs inclusive; wbeaten and oaten chaff in bale, 4/7 ; cat strai", in bale, 3/; wlioaten hay, in bundle, 3/5 to 3/10 j sheaves, 3/2 to 3/4 ; wlieaten aDd oaten bay, in bundle, 4/3, in bale, 5/- to 5/1 per owt ; oaten straw, iu buodle, 3/2 to 3/6, in sheaves, 3/8 to 3/11 per owt; potatoes, 3/- to 5/1 per cwt, bags in; Swede turnip?, 2/6 to 3/11; pumpkins, 1/3 to 2/9 per dozen. On the wharves to-day there is no altera tion to note in the prices of hay....

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COMMERCIAL. THE HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

COMMERCIAL. THE HOMEBUSH BALES. Fat Cuttle.-At Homebush, this week, 2190 cattle were yarded for tho week's sup ply, 1350 on Monday and the balance on Thursday, the oattle forward on Monday comprising some very prime quality. Best beef, 12/6 to 13/- per 100 lbs; inferior from 8/6 upwards. Messrs. Pitt, Son, and Badgery Bold 179 mixed (D. H. Mackay), at £3 17/, 90 bullocks (A. Dight) at £3 8/, 162 ditto (A. Munro) at £4 1/8, 10 ditto (Cooper) at £4 6/3, 11 cows (ditto) at £3 2/4, 46 bullocks (Hillas and Pearoe) at £3 12/7, 70 cows (Morrioe) at £2 13/, 24 ditto (J. Badgery) at £3 6/2, 8 ditto (Orowther) at £2 14/, 2 bullocks (ditto) at £3 1/, 7 bullocks (A. Tange) at £3 8/, 3 oows (ditto) at £2 14/, 50 oull bullocks (Badgery, Bros.) at £2 13/6. Mobbm. Brunker and Wolfe sold 144 cows (Pearse and Clarke) at £3 6/8, 203 bullocks (Dangar, Brothers) at £4 6/10, 8 bullooks (Henderson, Brothers) at £4 7/, U cows at £11 8/4; Maitland, 30 bullocks (Hobden, Brothers) at £3 1/ to £5, cows at £2 1...

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