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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

SANI/EK 4 SONS' KDOALYfTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Con-ul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Kihi bition, 1883. Acknowleged by Medical (Jlioics and Uuircraitios all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Kk tract in the market, prodnot* of simple dis tillation, forming erode, resinuns oils. I' nrder that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Kucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Divisior ^?Ae Pmisian Government to be of per fectly ~pttn origin, as per information forwarded UMiMhrough tbc Comul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we ktaM :— It is proved by teats male by the Me.tici.1 Clinics of the Universities' ci -liana ami Oriehivald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Sohultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the Medical Clinics ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wesleyan Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Wesleyan Church Services The pulpits of the Wesleyan Church will be filled by the following visiting members of the Students' Union on Sunday next: — Bowral, 11 a.m., Dr. Torr, of Way College, Adelaide ; 7.30, Rev. A. A.. Devenish, M.A., from Tasmania. Mittagong, 11 a.m., Rev. A, A. Devenish, M.A. ; 7.30, Mr. Austin, president Sydney Union.

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Bowral School of ArU. ' Tbe monthly committee meotinu of the above in* hell on Tuesday night. Present : Drt. Pljher (prelidenl), Tallack, Crawford, Mean, iltntoa, Campbell, Divls, Stokes, Coriitie,- Maokensle, and Shepherd (lion. | tec.). An apology Wat received for the abtenco-of Mr. Wioknun. . OOBBSSPOICDEKOE. From Bay School of Art*, asking for par ticntars coaceratng the working of the blllUrd room ; tram Turner & Bendenon, ?tatlnc tint the ' Briti-h Mechanic ' would he ordered from London ; from D.ia Barry, Booking the hall for January Slat ; and from Misi Mackenzie (on behalf of the Minuter ing Children'* League), auting that the addition* to the annexe would be carried out. librarian's sefobt. Twenty new members (6 quarterly, 2 monthly, 12 weekly) had joined thi itittitu tion, and there had been 2 resignations. The billiard room receipts amonnted to £10 4s 6d, and those from the penny box to 4s 7il. Mrs. Leathps had given periodicals, &o. HON. TOEAStlKIB'S REP...

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Shot by a Corpse. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Shot by a Corpse. Mr. A. G. Hales, .in the ' Daily News,' tells a remarkable story of Spion Rop. He utys : ' So our dead lay, and grinned, aK those other dead, and'- the. fierce sun-dried £esh and blood on Briton aid Boer, for both mttu'^^nf^wrtfsad they saw a tbrodghtbe braiq^;yet -en in death tbe man -looked like some -fighting machine suddenly gone1 t)ut -of -order. His. rifle was pressed against his barrel on the under side, the fore- ; finger of the right hand pressed the trigger lightly, the barrel rested out ' upon a lock, and bis death-dulled eye ' still glared along the lights, for disso lution bod come to faun' as he bent his ' head to fire at those, who shot him, and bow' biB handj^had stiffened in the anbendable stiffness of eternal sleep. A Boer soldier saw the ser- ' geant as he lay, abfl with rude hands grasped the rifle by the birre'V and tried to jerk it from the dead resu'i 'grip, but as he polled he brought the rifle in a line with hie own breast, and tthe unyield...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

.Cricket The following will represent the Surveyor's Camp in their matoh against Hittagons; on tho tatter's wicket on j*turday next : —Messrs. Vallack, Riley, Merewether, Hunt, M'Oooey, Cox, Rutherford, Stephens, 8. Biley, Workman, Shepherd. Team will letve by 1.30 pm. train (or Mittagnng. The local club will be represented by Messrs. L. Shoather, Budland, White, Firth, Parkinson, Loseby, Nicholls, Clmlker, Bradney, A. Dowling, and Cocks. A general practice for members of the Bowral Association will take place on the Glebe on Saturday (to morrow). The M.C.O. committee hns resolved that the captains of cricket teams shall, in future, decide as to I he fitness of the ground and light for play. The interstate match New South Wales v. South Australia was con cluded at Sydney on Wednesday, aud resulted in an easy win for New South Wales by an innings and 605 runs, the totals being South Australia 157 and 156, New South WaleB 918. For the visitors Bailey 57, Hill 55, and F. Jar vis 49 wer...

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[?] Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

'*'' '--^ — '^ '? Monk (eldest daughter of Mrs. Monk, of 'Mabel IVilla' JbWral), was married to Mr. John Barber of Wellington, N.«.W., the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Stanley.; Wilkinson. The bride, who was given away by ner brother, mi attired in ? costume of white figured silk, trimmed with white chiffon, while her bridal veil was fastened with a coronet. of orange blossom*. She carried a handsome bonquet and wore a lovely gold bracelet, both being gifts of the bridegroom; The bride was attended by. six Sridasnuids, vie : Mines Honor and Doll Monk (sisters), Misses Cissy and Phoebe Honk (nieoe.), and Mums Ada Barber ud May Hlnos (sister ana nieoe of the bridegroom, respectively). Tbe bride groom presented each 'of tho above ladies with gold brooches. At the conclusion of the ceremony, and u the bridal party were leaving the ohnrch, the wedding march was played bjJMlss Bom Morgan. An adjourn meot was then made to 'Mabel Villa/' where the bmUfast was partaken of and the usu...

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Berrima District Grand National Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Berriina District Grand National Eisteddfod. A meeting of the' committee of the above wa» held at the Bowral Town Hall on Wednesday afternoon, when there were present : Mr. Gavin Seorge (chair), Dr. A. SJiTallaok,' Messrs. H. E. Wickfcj^aa^^ltr^. McrgTn ?jpjWBffx, ouepuerd (.hon. aec). The matter of altering the data of the eisteddfod was discussed. Tlie chairman explained that the date had been fixed by the. committee for the 28th instant, as in accordance with the Bank Holiday Amendment Act that would be the date on which Anniversary Day would be celebrated ; the government, however, had pro claimed the '26th for the holiday, and communications dad been received re questing them to bold the festival on the holiday. It was decided to hold the eisteddfod on Saturday, 26th inst., and that the townspeople be asked to full in with the suggestion and have that day observed as a holiday. The cntrieB for the various items were read. The number reached the satisfactory total of SO, with fi...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men's nud Boys' Clothinc, Ho-i- ry, Hats, and all Seasouable Drapery at Rutherford's, Bowral. Wksleyan. — Services will be held next Sunday at Robertson Wesleyan Church at 2.30 p.m., preacher Rev. H. Wheen, and at Burrawang at 7 30, preacher Rtiv. H. Wheen. Bowral Pkesbvterian CiiUBcn — On Sunday next the Rev. Graham H. Balfour, M.A., B.D , of Hawthorn, Victorii, will preach in the above church at 11 ajn. (Communion) and 7.30 p lu. Electoral Rolls. — Senior Const. Gallagher has requested us to remind Bowral electors that rolls are now open for inspection at the local court-house and post office. Those desirous of inspecting them ehould do so at once, as the Revision Court, will be held at An early date. ^J)bath of Me.. Vauohan. — The ?R^kis announced of Aid. H. E. UpHB^nhieh took place on Satnr '- 'IJ:?^^^LKatoomba, after a. short H?lfl^klate .Mr. Tsughan was :yB£Bh''i6lB: district, Juving: i^P™6 residence known a* the 'Gib Sfarpj,11! afterwards purchased and at p...

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General New. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

flenpraJ News. .The Oriunt, with the returning ?oldii-rson bomd, ln-nbi-d at Woolloo mooloo on Toea'rtay tunruing. Th» men wert) heartily uelonjed. Ad dresses ot welcome wore delivered by Loid Hopfltoun, Sir WiilUtu Lyne, Mr. B.rton, Mr. 8 ddon, and Sir John Forrest. ' Sir William Lyne said it wag intended tu erect n mmiume'it to tlm memory of those who had fallen. IteiiiforceiiiBiuq of J0.O00 m--n »ro required for activf Eorvicn in South Africa, apart from tlie lecruita ruisi'd thero. Dr. L'yd«, O.mimi.idint EloflT. and M. Hi'uri Rocherort nro di-jpatchin' recruits for Iha Bn-is. vim Nam -qua- land, a German. po-i*eisio:i. The farmers in l!i» dislrirt of CUn wil'.iam, AfricrfJ nfusft to sell their horses to thft Impeiiil t.i-o'P*, ami dnre the British to t«k« them. It is rcport--d from Cap-town ihut 90,000 troopujire mgngud in giu .iin? the line of. .comniuiiicution Kiid in doing giirrisoi»5itoi k. Under FeiierJition, according to tlie rVi()tprianvpolliifcwr,of Ouatouis, a poll tax...

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Students' Summer School. BOWRA, JAN. 9TH TO 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Students' Snmincr School. BOWRAL, JAN. 9tb to 15th. The township of Bowral— one of the colony's favourite beauty spots — is the scene of unwonted activity at the present time, the occasion being the holding of the Australian Student Siimmnr School. Oti Tuesday even ing i he Sydney, train arrived with a crowd of s'udents .and visitors, nnd when the Melbourne 'ipress brought itB contingent on Wednesday ninrning tbc town hid all it oould do to find accommodation for ' the strangers that were within its gates.' TIir key note of the Summer School was struck in the sliort devotional service hfld in the Oliurcli of England cclioolrooin at 9.30 on Wednesday morning. Rev. G. A. (Sordon, Minis ter of the local Presbyterian Church; and a former president of the Sydney University Christian. Union, brought home with. gieat force the truth thit in the Student life, as in other domains, ' Christ must have tho pre eminence. The election of .'(he . officers for the Convention was ithen proceeded wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

At Hafe and Co's— Keclitt/ lib Boxes of j Enghj^&ttffcli 3d per boxT o fe t Less 2\ pCfcent discounts

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Pales by Auction. Saturday, Jaumry VI, at 1.30 p.m. —Weaver and Perry, *t the Municipal Saleyardi, 'Mora Vale, 220 head mixed cattle. Saturday, January.12, at 2 p.m.— Purtgery and tirabam, at Mow Vale y irds, mlied cattle. ? Wea'iteeilty, January 16, at 3 p.m.— J. O, Morris »pd Co., at Commercial Hotel, . Mlttagong, vahubla property kuowo « ?-'MiniOM.' ? W«ftnes4ay, January 16, at 3 p.m.— J. G. Uorri* and Co., -at thn Commercial Hotel, MltlagODg, on account of. Mr.. A. Grono, churning cot'tige properly at MHUgong. ' Produce Bought and Current Prices Glronj VUive us % C*1L— Rutherford's, BowraL . 't.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

FITADATIO, The Greatest Blood Purifier of the Century. A Wonderful Cure of Hydatids. A SUFFEHKU FOR SIX YEARS COMPLETE RESTORATION AFTER A COURSli OF VITADATIO. - Adelaide. 31st August, 1899. Mr. S. A. PALMER. DeurSir, -Aliout six years ngo I was taken very ill. In tho morning I would feel quit'! well, and would start work, but after working for about two hours I would be quite fatigued aud overcoiur, so much so that I wouia' be compelled to abandon work.jiij'ri have to lie down. I lmdL olong^witl. other symptoms, a nasty 6ackjD!{ dry cough. Mt^EaSHit^HaJiJi this state for some considerable time, I went into the public hospital. There the doctors pronounced me to be suffering from Hydatids ; but were unable to find their position to suable them to oper ate on me. I, therefore, left (he jfosti result as loioiej1 ^^^^^^^™|-' foUDd it impos«ibl^^^^8»^«J ^S; bad a oondition.^C^t'^RWPy^^®' ^ medical man. Be .S&Mv&i™?. *» undergo an opflratipn.lip I went into hia private h...

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West Camden Lancers. RETURNING SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

West Camden Lancers.   HETURNING SOLDIERS Troopers P. Bresnihan, J. Warby, R. Wheller, and M. M'Baron, mem- bers of the West Camden Lancers, | have returned from South Africa, and will arrive at Moss Vale by the mid day train on Saturday (tomorrow). They will be met at the station by the Mayor and aldermen of Moss Vale, and a detachment of the West Camden Lancers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

VitilifoiiA THE GIIEAT f ilaUjftlll!, Herbal Uenmly Hydatids Again Conquered. Twelve leiirs n Sufferer. Doctors Differed. VifuJatio Cured, HEAD MH V.I1WARD KLUs' TESTIMONY. Newcnslle. April 24, 1900. Mn S. A. Palsjuh. Dear Sir, — For Ih ? pist. twelve years I Iiuvk lie. n a t-uff--tvr. I lnvo been treated liy dcctor.i in Wullsimd, Ham illon, Sydney, Kockaui| ton, and various plucks, but without suecesi ; they kII fniied to diiignosn my cise. Some as id I sull'-n-J from kidneyi out of order, ulcers on stomach— enlarged liver — pleurisy. Sic ; but Vilarlntio soon showed the disease, anJ I am now heavier than ever 1 was in my lit.-, iiie iiydttt.iaa imvo coni'i :iway in great quantities, as .vitness lo this I have given two iinttles of same to your manager in Newcastle. I am thankful frrtiie good health V'tadatio has given me-,nd will bo willing at all times to telphers of its marvellous virtues'' ',- (Signed) EDWARD ELLIS. Vitn*-8ireet, Lamhton, N.S.W. Formerly of Rockainpton, Queensl...

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Poultry Notes. BROTHER RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

ronltry Koles. (Spoola:!)' wriltmi for tl.i. p-pei- ) r.noiLKii kaising. Th- I roil r indua'ry ,.f the U..itr(l S iit.i i.Tigimti-il in tin- sin ill town of 11. Dunn, .him, ISV-v J.THcy, unionist in^ii whi-, gina'ii'K veadilii's fur tin Now Yn:k him kit, add.d iiu-uhntors in crlhu^, l.uilt plnr.s.l broods huasea lu-iinl liy hot wuli-r jjip^s, iiikI wIiimi lilt' !;inn il whs (li-ep svi ll n'inti'r'a saow i-l.i.kci:c hy ili-- IliO'iMiml »w r.-..ri'tl mihI for^d i)IumK till tl».y wpiglnd ] tlhs. radi and were sol.l a', ntnppiicw. On Mil1 return of sum mer tliP t;lik'lc«n y«nls woulil be turnpd into vk^o'iiMc j;.ii(leii«, t.lie inculm'ors put away till next winter en so n hi d tliu fariniT would find tllnt lie hud n«IUi!i] -is mucli Ijy liiq winter Ubours hs by his suninvr crops Thus with two ttiiii^s to his how hi- did wiOl and now Mm lemJ^ncy is to add ihr rparitig of ilucklinjs mid the keep in*; ot «n f^'i f-iriii. When thn suc cess of .th« nrtifiuiul misinp; of clnck e^ifon h Ihthp ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

_____ ^_ ?'' ' ^* ? ? ?' ' OF AUSTRALIA. &E0. SHIRLEY & CO., Jfr, 52 and 54- Pitt Strg, |y^J-. Colonial Sugar '??^SSSS^^^mfmSHM Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, new ruirfi list*- Sorghum, Planters* Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay now ready, ^ Melons, Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. 8iipc!i)liO8i)1i{%4iie(liist, Phosphate, Blood, Potash, Ammonia, (ieano, Mpho, Kainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can tte readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the, needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. llBBSSSSSBSBHSB ?? lboal-y qualified III 1^1 J I 1 If lM ud duly reglstendtj tin l!lll-_r__lll§j9j|_M'__l N.8.W. GOVERNMENT IHIIIIHIKl-ilPiW Uediol Boird. Thta eminent Sncdillit, Chlel Bur III' ^^^B 1 v1B1BMh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

BBKiiiWT BUGGY WnEUfflw&miaipfrim re mi »ii. »u,,. HK^^P»'hv jfiwuVi/i..1'^.' XZ l.'ri ?R^T1 ? ^^^KH^ odnstfmcioH nfi.ll V«l,;rl,.s ,i.,rl ^^^Htt-8 wilfiwjiii.rl.ir ILflt'ii!. super ^^ra&iiVf the j/in^r, .rWli.s ,.„,,. ,vd MfflHHHmfpnhlfcfr irt.Mi-i.M-.if.-i.c.mlurv l^^^^b »4-e t.i-l.psf rl, gr«- of it:,-, it, :,n.\ n |||§|§P stork of W.-I1 &...s.n..l ni.rl JV,t %£ .'i£-$£Mlllv.e -oniB new 8lJ'1e'! in Su kilS ;_- v ? -WdTOBieies '»t revolutionise ih^ old .'.iV' ? -(BtyJa-SWour inspection imil |-nlrQnngi- ;X:-.^!;li8^1icfW3. Speci.lHtlei.iiun wili he I PRAC71CAL BOOT & SHOE MAKEE, ARCYLE ST..BI0SS V\LE. flpleudid Slock ofVineri.an, Contiue .t,.l ColnniJ. 4.id own make gQods. JtEPAIRP, A** USUAL. NKATLV AM' EX.'KDlilOUsi.Y IMNK AUTII0K1SKI) AiSKNT Fill'. ?'THE MOSS Y\1,K HEMUI).'- WE con-tantlv nvriiv ™n^r»t,,M,inr« fur successful rnnli, ,,i l-.vlvi. .,, thU paper. Our vxlcnti'' ??ir.-i-I .ii..., i therecret— 3 tiim-i. larutr lliii uu. ..lii.T Look well...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

MR. H. JOINH^^ (LateAbbi. to Db. Maomjs, ^^gEjSilBBafl DENTIST T« HIS EICELLKSCT.TBE ^^H^^SB AKGYLE-STREET, ^||9|^hH IjKUStointimite to thts' lJNi-^HE^s_B_______l D VMe a,d th. M»MiHMH pared to eif enw vnck ib^Ub^Wf^HinSS^^^^^H BOWKAL, Plmrmaor. i;t:^M .-IIIM-ipj|||HBlflIl day in moDth, and every £*id*jrNHMBHl^^BBHSgBi MITTAGONR, CutcliSe'a, ?^mMffiHB9HS» -nd 4ih Monday in rjiontb. . : -^^^^^^9Sfig| Auctioneer, Farm & Stoi^^|^^gK:-v M KOUKTIEW,' ROBElBp ^^fe^' Sale. Conducted in »dj. parr oJ tbc Btrj^H^tc t «_v -|^g To Timber Merchants and:fl|^&^i SEERV, nAVTEU *S»'^K^I^ HAVING removed (heir S^-miU tK^^^-'-;/ . Forest of spleudja Timber »t M®5*»C-'iE_. '.. MDRIIAY, are prepared to. upply AKY_tp|ib^ ,'flO,:.,j TIfY of FIBSt&ASS TMbER- olffilW., ;;^i?f^ ?oriptions. Order* promptly attended MKriv g; :.;.? ai^.^S SEKRY, BAXTER AND -^fe^l|^ Stock & Property&J|)B^^'; UHfiAlOOS. '_ -^^^p ' Oaltle Sales a SpeclaliJj-,^^^©^1 Sal bb Conducted iu any par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

At Hailed Co's— Reckitfs ili Boxes of Engiyiu^tefrch, 3d, per ' Less 2-J- per'lfeent ah&ount Raberton Park Dairy Co., Ltd ?\TOTICrii herebTgirefa that the HALF, ll ,?EfBLV GENERAL MKE1ING of the Shareholdera of jha above Company iillllin l|i|i nirTlii CoBMany'a Factory on THURSDAY, JANUARY 81st, 1901, at 7.30 p.n-. ' __^f * To Eeoelve/Re DiracbsSlJtoort and Bal aooa^nut for tll*-i||jM**** ending any other buaineaa ^at.snajwCeJu^gbt before thfl-meeting.^ ' . £jr By Order of the Board,' * 'Zf ? ^.SMITE,^ The: National MdM Life Asso ' elation of Australasia I (UUIT^D); ' ESTABLISHED 18C 3. j 1st Antal -lip|^''lHiii. LBAD NG i'BATURi^;; . . ] arge^eir B'b^wb., v . . . (PtBedn|lTo^fcr^ m. ?? ?? s.: f '*''? ''' ?i3^i^^s-j '??? :' board of anf jftSrerps : ?; B. SsdHiDg^o, E^rrijUj^E.^Ivaa Baq. Hon. O. Thornton;. HorriVF, B.-1 itto'r, I JOflN E. P.' #AI3lK'R, '??? f ? Oistribl AgMt; GMbtra. Curll8 ct llarrigau (SUCCESSORS T-'t&X.lNIEtii) ?Entirely New n*d S^lejPjdJy Assorted...

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