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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

TOONGABBIE. i.1 (.;,n: A" CORREDSNNDEBNT.;) i The Railway works are being" pushed on wtlh' vigor; thle workusat? tlh river canbe: seei quite plainly? fieni thi hill at' rraalgon sineo the lie lhas, boio clered, a distance of about Ifour miles; the contractors intend stirting work at Toongalbie thine week. Isai inforimed that. an offir of :the : Railway Depart: ment.. has. bhoeen , up, andc reported favorablby i the site icou.oinoiided b~y fthoi'iuliabitaints-of ý.Toongabbioe' for a The educatiou Department are put tii'g tii State' School' uiider repair, hich is much iielilike Paddy,. gun, that 'only: wanted a?o ,o lock, stook, [and barrel?; The, building referredito; was erected somne yearshback under: the old donominational systn' the cost being defrayed partly by the residents of the town it is now thoroughly inadequate for the requiiremonts, besides being literally unsafe. If cracks and rooks like a cradle ; the ridge has a curvature down in' thli centre, arnd the sides are bulgi...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(AGE.) LONDON, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

," TosTpoi April 17. Owing, to: the -wide-spread -danger apprelended from Nililism, tlio Assiahn Government has issudi an-. rder prbhi-' biting the :theatresa of Moscow from being opened for performlaics. GoeneralMelik?ofl , wlho is reported to be now. advising the Czar, has recom mended that vigorouw measures be taken for the suppression of rNihilism. Itis believed that a sudden swoop uponi the Nihilists is iminont. Great distress isexisting iii Austiik in consequence of . the drought!' caused by the long prevalenco of'dry weather.r A filro.has occurred at Bolteon, in, Lancashire. The Opera Housedwas burnt, the loss being :-etii?ted at L1,000.- ,, , LN'DOý"no i A il:'i18' A petition lias beon receivedi by ithi Cholniidl Office- from. [whlite, residents. in Fiji,, praying.. they; may be allowed, self-government and : parliamentary in stitutionsinstead of the present system: of governmentwhich is that of a Crown, colony. . i SMrh. ' OChaioes.', 'Bradlaugh,'.'. MP. 'for Nortliampton, ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

COMMERCIAL IN2'ELLIGONCE. OIPPSLLXD STOCK RPORTS. Mesrs. English, Peck, and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-For good and prime quality, prices firm at late quotations; in ferior and light, ashado lower. Good and prime bullocks, Lb 10s to L7 o0s; me dium and inferior, IA 15s to L5; cows, good, IA IOs to Lb 2e Gd; inferior, L3 to A bs ; vealers, 10a to 18s. Store Cattle.-Owing to the large numbers for ward, and not sufficient rain, prices have declined fully lOs on all sorts. At Flynn's Crook, on Wednesday, we hold Mr. It Young's clearing-out sale, at which there was a very large attendance, bidding brisk, and everything realised excellent prices, viz :--Store cows, L3 Bs ; spayed do, IA 2s Od; milch do, for which the competition was extremely spirited, from LS 15s to LT, making the splendid average of L6 Is Gd ; springers, IA 2sa d; 18-mos. heifers, L2 10a; bullocks IA to Lb 2s Gd; horses, LO to L18 10s, averaging L15 2s; pigs, 10s, to L1 Is Gd, average 12a Od; some cross-bred owes, lambs, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

MARRIAGES. FULLERTON - GRAHAM. - At Sale, on the 7 th instant, at St. Leonard's Church, by the Rev. W. S. Login, John Fullerton, of Maffra, third son of Orr Fullerton, Esq., late of Milford, County Donegall, Ireland, to Maggie, fourth daughter of the late James Graham, Esq., Court, County Donegall, Ireland. NORRIS - BIRD - On the 8th April, at All Saints' Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. J. H. Gregory, Howard, only son of William Norris, Esq., Maffra, to Emily, only daughter of W. H. Bird, Esq., St. Kilda.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

. • T r a d e A d d r es se s ;•. .. MAFFRA SPECTATOR" N.E.; M A FPF R:A j: P EG IA.T OR ", AND OENRlAL ';avar4 u J 0 B PjRI-NT-IN G! .±y I O- 1 (FrFlFI 0 E, :r , i: ts G a;,? o t la 1 l O' la,!dr u i: The Propriotor ,f theo: Maflr Spectator!'. ;r! begs. tb'ndtifyto Ithe inhabitants gofthoedistriet t hthe is :i,, ' prepared to recoivo' The Jobbing Plhnt is replete with all '?1'i:t' the I?tc. t Improvbmento.: i POSTING BILLS,; : OF ALL: SIZES,: On colored; or twhito pator,c,; antheo had e, , ion thie 'shortestinotico. e i im BU?s?ESS FoRMs,, CoiNcEar TIrcETs, OAnDS, PTOlilAtMUa, Canecmi k, '" ,; HAND ' icms, ... PRlOSPrecrus, i Slnow OCARu~sl RECEIPT BOOS,. BILL READSi PEMnrin mre, VIarSITIc CAcoS. Theo Proprietor bningi doeterinined t execute all orders ontrutoed to' I . i , ,,: hiscare itnI ,ii LOWEST POSSIBLE PRIOES,".: Respectfaully solicits in shaore of ]public patronage. .: .., RULrs for the guidance of Advertisers, Subscribers and Correspondents: All letters intended for inser...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

-f GENERAL NEWS, i arliament will rc.assemble on Tues. day the 25th inst. -: The construction of. the..sub-marine tunnel.between. England and France,is. meeting: with ' considerable' opposition from oflicers of high rank and'. persons of position and influence in England.. '::. rsGarfield' is- living..in,Icompleto retirement at Cleveland, her sons being at:collegud. The Ilamented" Piresident's. mother'is"ewell and cheerful, and passes. hlertime.chiefly, in, re4dingtho.current. literaturoe of the day.. The ITow Zealand Ministry ihas ro. signcd?;'but without" tendering" any advicoe to his: Excellncy: the Governor as.to ;whom.: he should, consult. Sir Arthur; Gordon hals summoned. Sir George Grey to Welliigton;' to" coinfer with him on. the formation'bf'a new ,.Ministry..; : The, Melbouwn .Presbytery held.. a. privato n.e ting on Tuesday, at the - Assemibly Hiall; ?ollin-street, for the purpose of ihvectigctitg a eha~ge''re . fleeting upon' the moral, character, o?" one of. the Presbyt...

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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. "The birds whose music fills the air, Do chirp and chatter heedlessly." —ANON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

COMMENTS ON EVENTS: "T ioe'lirds liosu insii fills the oair, Do chirp and.chattur hicedlessly. "?N: What a" lack of animnation exis~ts in Sale, tile capitial of Gippalanid I have just beeon glancing ovor; ainictropolitan journal; and:hotic 'tliit' miany country townes of isiiiitity 'lea imiportnico tb-n. Sale ,' had quito a programme of sports to entertain their in!abitante durng thi ater Iholidays, ililt tihe residents. of 'our principal, towni and .itii district had either to lioalabedor if thoydaesired rcreation, i to seek: it:. in thliodietant city ome nighty =liango is, liore' required for" tihat' meni should donly " gr and grow then, rt andro' though very,deep ,and :appropriate-in tragedy,. hardly accords with, tie de sires of colbnialstat.holiday.times?' I ameni across, a' ratther good thing of an old nowspapeor., After the usual notice, wvas iadded-!:'The affair 'is deeply .::rogretted by Mr 'as badcelor friends.!' 'MIow I don't know whether people were more easy goneg in, t...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

,,MELBOURNE CRAIHN MARKET. S sra 'Greig. and. Murray hold their. usual, weekly grain sale on Tues day, 18th inst, and sold a follows. Wheat.-Fair milling, Os 7d per bushel; do mixed ,siiaples, Os 5d to 6a 5dd do.: ' . SBarldy .-English, " P5 d 'to 4sB8d per builshel;, Capo do '4si?ld do', ; SOats. Good feed, 3s alldto4s 0Ad; inferior do., 3s OP ld ' ??. Pe? ?.Feed; s' 48 to '4s i 9d pcr ushel ;seid do, 5 i Brani s -9d- per liuslhel ties, Bs 3d; ; . - HopsGi Jppla'nd)lBiPd per lbl

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SMALL-POX IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

SIIALL-POX IN' VIOTORIAL :,Tliehr? appears to: be no doubt' but this diniadd disease has.actually broken out` in tlh very centreof Melbourne. i"iitippears that 'y?uydung lady named Southlioi .recently: arrived' from :Ado laide, tooak up her. residence with her mother at Mr. Joseph Nimbs'? fruiterer, `175' SiP anston-street. ' Miss 'Sobthon coinpllinedcof illness soon after arrival, and:was attended byDr. Balls-Headley, andS treated for typhoid fever, the syimptoms changing into an. unmistak 'labIe case of small-pox. On Monday orsrning.tho house was taken possession of by, the authorities. The fruit in the shdp was destroyed, and the premises tloroughly diihnfected, the patient and lihr mother, in charge of a nurse, being taken -in,n the George Rennie steamer to the sanitary station. The Central 'Board of Health hare not yet succeeded in';securing the services of a: medical mansto go. down to the station,hbut the patient, will be attended to by Dr. Bulmer. All those employed on the '...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

EUROPEA T ELEGQRAM MS (Anaus) LoNDno; April 16: The discontent of :th oiviliins and tho insubordination of theo militaiy in Egypt is causmg groat anxiety. Tihe Conservatives will. sapport the proposal vhich has boon msade that the. state shall 'purciaso the Irisi lanidlordh interest. . ;;.:: Ad' putation from the convention of delegates from the various branches of the" Irish National Land league. at Washington has waited onsi the President of the United States and urged hini to iccomplish. tlio releass of, the American suspects; imprisoned in Ireland, and to recall " Mr. Lowell, the American Minister in London. President 'Arthur promised to give: hie besth attention to the subje-ect? ::. It is irep ortd that a iina has been discovered in t?e Cathiedral atMoscow, selected for, tlhe"cronaiition of the Czar, and that 80 worknon hlave been arrested for complicity in this new plbt.to destroy the Emperor' .: 'aLondon, April17.. .,For attempting to disporsao a proces sion of Laniid League...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

SSPORTING NOTES. Tlh BArnsdel regatta took place on Surday la~s~ T. beTro vas. a feir at. tendanco, thd raiig'wasnot good, thle r'dsiiilts'- liethg to "t'oneosided. However, our Sale friends 1must say, " bettor.- llf l^' tine." At the supper- i-tho"':v'enisg, ?lr. Morris tabled:a cliallenge of £' 0 a-side,iMr. Jones to represonL -airnedale, and Mr. Campeil' Sal.i The sulling match between Hanlan and' Trickott comes slf on tl le st of o xt6 ontolit, hothmeon'bei g ;Busily engaiged training' 'Thl weigihts are' Trickott, 12st. " 0lbs.,) and.Haiinlan, 111st61s.b. !A pigeon-shoeting mintchl is' to be held at Brighton on Saturday, theo22nd !April;: Theiprize isl adoublo-barrelledl breechl-loadinig guni, valued: at: £50. The handicaps will'be publishedr in the i'Args :ofto-day,. , . ; The races nat Kynetoni were brought to. a most untimely, and',:unpleasant' fi?ishii.. They oonly ras. two: races;, and a jockey was killed in, each,,the;second falliing within, a few; feet. of: the .plinoo wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

Auctions. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, APRI 21. PAT AND STORE CAVLRE, .MEAN and CO. will Bell at their 20 Prime Fat Bullock;And Cows. 200 Magnificent Bullocks, direct from Ensay station. The above are from one of the very best herds in Gippeand, and are reported a splendid lot 40 Superior 3.ycar.old Heifers. - -~O-" do do Steers, mostly Buchan brand, .7O:Good Cows and BullocksAc:, d. 12 Bags good Fowls Foed. Also, 120 Bushels Rye-grass Seed. 20 do Prairie Grus Seed. Also, On account of whom it may concern 1 Silver Watch and Chain. HAVING Established a Branch of our Business in Melbourne, we are now prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES of Cattle, Sheep, etc. at the Flemington Yards, and to undertake the sale of all kinds of Property, Farm Produce, etc., privately or by poetic auction. We are also in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the very lowest rates of interest, and to conduct auction sales, valuations, etc.., in any part of Victoria. (0- 48 Quleen-st., 3elbourne. CS- LJohnson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 April 1882

oi achos,& '&. , ('0 and 00.'s COACHES ?ilvo' .CRITERION HOTEL.:,, ,:. SALE, to BAIRNSDALE, '1.45 p.m. daily' (Sunday excopted), arriving; at Ilaiinalol at 7.30 p.m. aro, 10s. . All information, &e., at Cobbl and Co.'s Ofice, Criterion Hotel, Sale. : H ROBERTSON WAGNER &SCOs, Sale to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably covered , COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Newry daily at 9.45 am., faffra 11.15 a. o., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Sfatra 4 p.m., and Nowry 5.30 p.m. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places : Saloe, T. Duggn's Criterion Hotel;; 1lffra, Wm. Bannister's CamdenHotel; and at lRawlin's Newry Hotel All parcels left for conveyance mus?'bbo, prepaid, otherwiso they willlnothbe fo?-i warded. i J. FISHER; ;. .. Proprietor I HEYFIELD 'TO MAFPRA. THE Conveyance between the anove Splaes. will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any pa...

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Instructions for Saving Drowning Persons by Swimming to their Relief. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

Instructions for SAving Drowning ,.Personis by Swimming to their AN~elief~s n loud a nodfrm voo that' ho is safe 2nd Beforo jumping in to save him, diivest yorself no 'fr hend as quichly as poosibleof o il 9clothe, "tear them if nicessaiy,-but if-there is inot tine,loose i at-all ovents the;foot of your drawers if-they,, are 'tied,; as,; if you do not' do so, they ll with sister and drag you.. Sgrdnvsvswmniming to a person in the sea, if ho be, struggling, do not seize him thien, bib keep loff for a few fibeouds;:till he' gets a mouthfulror two; fortit iisheer:madness to take hold of a manwhen, he, is struggling in the wateir and if you do, you run a great S;4th. Then getclas to him and take foot hold of the hair of his haid, turn hrini asquickly as 'possible on to his hlack,' gitehim-ansudden pull, and this cwill cause him to float;; then- throw yourself .on your back also, and swim for:the shore, both lhands having hold of lhs hair, you on your 'back and he also onrhisarisd of'cou...

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A VICTIM OF NIHILISM. A TTRANGE AND TRAGIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

y:A A;VIOTIMI OPrNIHILISM. Tii;aTBAoat AcND; TAs STORYop." :From Samara, and3 onoeof the most flourishing towns in.the Volga Goveri. ment, isreported the following tragical incident, painfully illustrative of the baneful iinfluence exercised uponp overy wrought natures inh Russia by, the Nihilistic 3proiagandd. "S nio weeks. agoia popular preacher ii oge of "the amara' Oithodox:.churches ,gnve deei n ir ageoto tliot Revolutionairy Comn' oitteo of that city by retaling, výit fervent eloquence tlheo assassilnation of' Alexander II to tho reniemberance of his 'congregation aind, vehe nenti? inveigliing against the murderers of the lato Czar. A. feiw hours :later the Committee held 'a meeoting for the purpose of deciding w:Jat punishment should be inflicted upon tho.offeiding priest for the inflammatory utterences. After some discussion the committee aJI, resolved tIntd he slhould sbb ptit' to deantlh, and its membersi drew lots for the executioner's office, which fall to a girl of 19, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

Trade Addresses. G(RiBATEFULACOMFORTINgG. t 'E'P:P S?S~_CO:COA:. EP·PSIS· 0000 .k B, ItE AKFAiST: '.j AB thoroighi knowledge of the naturmallars. which govern the operations digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine proporties of well. selected cocoa,Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavored boverageo which may save us many heavy doctor a bills. It is by the judicious uise of these articles of diet that a constitutiotn may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendoncy to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves fortified with pure blood and properly nourished frame. -Seo article inCivil Scric azctte. Made simply with boiling water or milk.' Sold only in packets, labelled - JAMES EPPS &CO.; HsoxEcrrnTied OicSnanusers, "Lorno sr. r, Also-Errs's OnoconATE Esi e i for Afternoon tise ' '1 ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

THURSDAYIMORNING; APRIL 27, 1882 TasShops'iCommission is now sitting i the ojippsition room; Parliamentary baiki ng8 e, q ?Yclonce of inspec tors of workshops and factories, of lodg. ii:ouses? and,o ftheatres, also of the officr f Salemon and Assistonts' Union, and of tho employ ems of some of the retail establishments is being taken as to i tehti' hbey Le gislative enraetent, it should not be made compulsory that th hoir of labor of shop employees be limited. ..To us in; MatIa this is not of so much dlirect importance as it is in Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat, &s, bat.if, as appears not improbable, this, one of ti imost thriving townships of Gippslaud, expainds, and, our popula tion increases so as to attain much larger proportions and to necessitate additional places of business being estalbahedl the time inmay not he far diisAnt wh;ent -ths'efr eiaflel ects of theolabors of the Commission; now sit. ting willIbe felt even i this locality. From the evidence given. y; the In....

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

,.: !SPO RTI NG NOTIISES Of"late-our little township has hl'en i quitelively 'as regards'epiorting'iaridon Mondiay afternoon a large numberoof people wore/to:be seen making'-their way;to the, crown of;tlie road, a ittle above the Camden Hotel, at which placo it had been arranged that a match' should: be run off between a- man named M'LIan, fromt Mdbeournre, and A. B Parkinson, of Maifa, tlh late winner of- the gift prize ; at Stawell On first appearance of thi stranger, itt wasth ought thast thei localrl'uiner would have the ielaniitege hot-bon the stranger-stripping lie appeared tb lit i n filll. thraining: ?i Betting';we ai' even on iotlh nieni:.- They'i got away togetliher Pairkinson leading' till-within 301 yards of the tape, when (M'Lean caught:iand passed hiiml, winning ;by about five yards. Thoematchi,, lhiclh was an. iinpromtu one, was for £10 ai-de, and we considertlat Parkinson eas rather badly treated as M'Lcan did not represent hiimself ais he ishould haveo doie, for sin...

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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

COMMENTS ON EVENTS. "The birds whuos1 m 0usic fills the air, Do chirp and chatter leodlssol." While the miojor portion of Victorianr journals are loudciis their cries1againit the preiosont admiistration;,,aiuleagerly combine their, minigled, shrieks of. Resign, resigi I"' Ous' t thiemsdc.; ic Qippoland at allovents neod notdecry, their acts. Though, to judge from the articles of thei journalisic ,suctioin referred to, Mr Thoiiios Dent is the greatest boor alive, it ill becomesic Gippoloider to raise a note applying t h ln ior his acti withoutain acconipaii iisieni of eulogistic eommiinedateon i o'To soy i'notliing of the 1uieaof railway that I are to" open up the ifertile landi of Gippaland, -MrD.Bent,s afterhis recent visit to this Lakes,. hass;hoon' instrs mental; in having; placed on: the esti tnates a sutiriof £00,000 towards com pleting the ong-desirednavigation scheme Whereoer ''Mr. Deiit Ii travelled through Gippoland,, a district lies ig no specialclaiii on0 his Minis' rial ...

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A MICHIGANDER IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

cal= It .. ,.. A MIpgf1GD]Y 1F~tANOp ',leit:'nrosPel, right and ifir the first anorcinggwe'were in F ance. On our iarrival at Boulogne ,my wife suggested th'wdi'liuldpiget acarriage, go hintoa the country, andsee sunny France. Gqpoig t the stand', I ailedra drsier. "rlD Dlyou' spehk:English"f ,:=a ",1:'irOh~yay!»"i5Ll 'r~tsi.. pi" Al"Al right" ri us o ut int the a ountry talke us eat one roai and bhack. "another- anyy, drcctsonr,,you d pleases":'r . ~;q ; The drivr isaid"fYa" `as' before, p t;= with rtesrU ,h and we rattled up the street 'tits :cobbly.pavement., Suddenly we turned froil the harbour and drove up a stroeet o' the summinit of a hill. The driver ;.stoppe alld waved his hand, e idently inviting attention to the splendid I paniorania of town and country that lay below.,Havingenjoy ed the: prospect ,for same, tiiie,I suddenly recollected l'thati;lwas not paying the driver for 'stcndinig still, so I said: :"All rght, old iman' 'that's Cery fine. 'Yen' can go ahead, now ' c ...

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