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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

Jnat arrived ex Annie McDonald and other late arrivals. OILMEN'S STORES, SUGAES, STARCH. DELFWARE, &c, Ac. TOHN McCLEERY will offer for sale by tf Public Auction ab his Sale Room, Cliff Street, Fremantle, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, at 12 o'clock. 10 kegs Pearl Barley, 5 do. Split Peas 2 cases Paste Blacking 14 do Oysters 14 do Salmon 2 do Baking Powder 1 do Assorted Stationery 2 do Corn Flour 10 crates Delfware 10 cases Pickles 20 do Sardines 5 do Sauces 25 casks Washing Soda 75 bags Barley 100 do Oats 200 pockets Sugar Samples now on view at Sale Room. Terms Liberal — Sale at 12 o'clock. Fremantle, Aug. 28, 1882. THOMAS FARMER WILL sell by public auction on WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 6, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK, At his Rooms, opposite the Town Hall, the following properties : — A SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE (nearly new), with Land, Orange Trees, and out Buildings, now occupied by Mr. F. STONE, jun. ALSO,— Portions of Lots Y 151 and 152, in 6 lots, fronting Aberdeen, Charles and Newcastle St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

....? ? . . . ' jt - ..-..„?-. Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or ? ' For £33, or .; For £50. ?? ' - . Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue* which * will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or Tor £63, or For £84. : , Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. ^ 6 O -si ? R I 0Q Mouldings^ -Skirtings^ Architraves, Shop Counters, and Shop 'fittings.' ?'?'? . r' ? ^ £ '^ ? *'^T~*^ 'THTT*^ 'Tff^^B B^TT^B C ^ ? ? *™H~^^k ^^Tm A '^5i v '^s\ v ? . u u '^ ? « ' m ' fi u *v v™v * * »?_« -??** ? ? FURNITUREWAREHOUSEMEN Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. ? : — ? ?'. '» ? . C.A3=£-*r 2ES X& S V PICTURE ™FRAMERS. s - . PICTURES Mounted, JSTEETCHED, AND FEAMED. CARPETS MADE. »lflJ.j.J3L 06 UP«! tabmet jnakerst oCKUXJtL oE OO« D...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ???? v The following notices of motion have been tabled for Monday next : — Mr. S. H. Parker: To ask the Honor able the Colonial Secretary, to furnish the House with a Return showing in detail the expenditure on Volunteers during the years 1879,1880,1881. Mr. Steere : To ask the Honorable the Colonial Secretary to lay upon the Table the plans and estimate of cost for the con struction of the Telegraph. Line between Northampton and Roebourne. Mr. Steere : To move, that an Humble Address be presented to His Excellency the Governor, praying that he 'will be pleased to cause the Inspector of Accounts to make a report for the information of the Council as to the manner in which the Railway Ac counts at Fremantle have been kept, and whether the length of time that he has been engaged in auditing the said accounts has been caused by the inefficiency of the sys tem adopted in keeping them ? Mr. Carey : To move the following Resolution : — ' That in the opinion of this C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

CABLE TELEGRAMS. ASSOCIATED PRBSB TELEGRAMS. LONDON, August 30. The frozen meat by the steamship Aus tral has arrived in prime condition, and during the voyage the freezing machine worked in an efficient manner and kept the meat well frozen. About two hundred car cases havejbeen placed in the market at prices ?which averaged sixpence per pound. ? John Dunn, one of the chiefs appointed by the British settlement of Zululand, has made known his ^intention to acquiesce in the restoration of Cetewayo, and to welcome his return to Zululand, although' the ex King has frequently denounced him as a traitor. An extensive theft took place on the Lon don Stock Exchange to-day, a quantity of Bonds to the value of .£1,500 being stolen in a most 'audacious manner. The police are endeavoring to trace them. It is estimated that in the engagement which occurred on Monday between the British and the Kebel forces at Kasarwin Lock, the enemy lost four hundred men. The health of the British troops in Egy...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

* SENDEY &.00 AUCTIONEERS,;: LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, SKIPPING & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, MOUATT STREET-FREMANTLB, . AND HAY STREET— PERTH. G THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO. . have to arrive per ' Annie Mc Donald,' from London, and which will he submitted to Auction as soon 'as landed. 10 cases. Roses Limejuice I 5 „ Light Ball Blue . 20 „ Sardines, J and i tins ^ 1 31 „ Salmon, lib. tins I 10 „ Fresh Herrings, lib. tins I I 10 „ Castor Oil, £ pts. 'I . 20 „ Salad Oil, £ and | pts. I 35 „ Bottled Fruits, each 2 dbz. j 20 „ Jams, llb.-tins I 25 „ Pickles, each 3 doz. I 120 bags London Dressed Rice I 30 cases Column's Starch . 100 boxes Candles, each 251b. 3 -cases Bell's English Hams ' o „ „ Bacon 10 „ Currants . | 20.,, Raisins (Elemes.) ' The -whole of the above lines having been bought on very cheap terms, will ?positively be sold at a very slight advance on invoice price. For date of Sale see future announcement. GEO. THOMPSON,, SENDEY & CO. Have on Sale e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL TELEGRAM. FREMANTLE. Noon. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

LOCAL TELEGEAM. Fbemantlb. Noon. It is rumoured that an unsuccessful Defendant in a recent affiliation case has been missed from his residence this morn ing. It is supposed that he has quietly left the colony.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, August 31st. The Council met at noon. LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, August 31st. The Council met at noon. LAND EEaULATIONS. Mr. Venn felt the importance of the question involved in the resolution he was about to move, which explained itself ' that an Address be 'presented to his Excellency the Governor, praying that he :will be pleased to obtain the sanction of the Secretary of State to such an amend ment in the present Land Regulations as ?will provide that lessees of Crown lands, on making application for a renewal of their leases at any time within one month previous to the expiration of such leases, shall have a prior claim to a renewal there of, under such provisions as may be in force at the time, and thus ensure that present leaseholders shall not be disturbed in favor of new applicants ; for although the Coun cil believes that the Government would not willingly sanction leases which have lapsed being capriciously taken from one man and given to another, still the legal obligation of the Government might com pel...

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

FRIDAY, September 1. The Speaker took the Chair at 7 o'clock. SANDALWOOD CUTTING. The Colonial Secretary, in reply to Mr. Steere, stated that it was the intention of the Government to proclaim districts within which no sandalwood should be cut, in accordance with the . Act to prevent the deBtiuction and export of immature sandal wood. SPECIAL OCCUPATION LEASES. Mr. Crowther asked the Commissioner of Crown Lands, What are the intentions of the Government with regard to those per sons holding Special Occupation Leases which will shortly expire, and who have not carried out, in their entirety, the condi tions imposed by thhe Government on account of unavoidable causes. Whether it is the intention of the Government to grant the fee simple of such lands on the expiration of their present lease, or whether it is intended to permit thorn to hold thfe land until the improvements are completed ; and, if so, whether fresh conditions will be imposed, and the nature of such conditions. During t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

-pa- o tf ? * c b ; ALL GOdltfS' lttftf 6tf -Ktf premises foe sale must be REMOVED on' 6¥ before THURSDAY/ the 31st AUGUST. Any property remaining Unapplied for oh tliafc date will be SOLD for the payment qS storage charges. . .... COTTETHOPE & CO., , Auctioriee'rsj Perthi 7th August, 1882. SOUTH BRITISH FIRB: AND MA BINE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND. Capital, One Million Pounds STtfBfc inq, in 50,000 Shabes of ?£20 Each. Unlimited Liability of a large Number1 of Shareholders resident through out the Colony. Head Office— Auckland. A BOA RDMAN— Manager, A GENCIES at Adelaide, Melbourne, XJl Sydney, Brisbane, Fiji, London; also at all the principal N.Z. Ports. Agent for Western Australia — Edwd. Kay Courthope. Sub-Agent at Fremantle — ¥m. Owston. Sub- Agent at Bunbury — T. Hay ward Sub-Agents at Geraldton — Crowther & Co, Sub- Agents at Albany — J. McKail & Co. Iggp0 Losses can be made payable at at any of the Company's Agencies. Bankers in Perth and York —...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 2 September 1882

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. The war is waging fast and furious. The first shot was fired on Thursday, afternoon after hon. members had fortified themselves from the Com missariat adjoining their stronghold. The leader of the Forces, Captain Steere, pointed his gun at the Excess Bill, and other veterans kept up an incessant fire. Speaking, plainly., the Council have had little' to com i plain of in regard to tho general excess in expenditure during the past year, which it is very evident the Government have done their utmost to keep down. But tho lynx-eyed committee have discovered that extremely unreasonable allow ances have been made to officers ?while travelling, which we have the assurance of the Colonial Secre tary will not be sanctioned again. In one instance an officer, removed from Perth to another district on promotion, actually charged .£68 for his travelling expenses. ITow, con sidering that an officer coming out from England on service to this colony is only allowed £100...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

SPINAWAY AT ADELAIDE. ^|c*c TMMEDIATELY after the . jBtpgtg^. X discharge of her inward cargo ?flSslsip*' the above vessel will be laid on the berth for Fremantle. For freight or passage apply, to J. & W. BATEMAN, Agents, Fremantle. August 24, 1882. aftJk 'VTOTICE. — We, tho undersign ^S^^^-Li ed, hereby appoint Messrs. ^WgaBa^J. F. Ferdham, Fremantle, Henry 'eeligson, Perth, and R. Forrest, Bunbury and Vasse, as agents for the oollection of Freights due, and that may become due, to the owners of the schooner ' Theresa,' and it is particularly requested that no monies he paid to any other person unless notice is given by the undersigned to the contrary. HENRY SEELIGSON, War. REID. Witness C. J. Hanham. Fremantle, July 28, 1882. PUBLIC NOTICE. I JAMES BUSFIELD, desire to give , notico that I will net be responsible for any debts contracted by my wile, Mrs. Busneld. I also wish to notify to the public that all cattle branded D) are not under her control, nor are the horses or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

[?] Three-room, Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or For £50. Sgnd for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which ' will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or For £63, or For £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. * P i 6 H 8 XS1 ? r&taflmea m satis ^ wvh tb&ia&d&Jh UaB*a6yv W Uada V dk? WveL Mq hpwwh?e&taVk)a daYffisGvdiA U Vaa MhvWvMi 7 7 ca / Mouldings, Skirtings, ArcMtravcs, Shop Counters, and Shop Fittings, flARPRTS PLATVIVET) T.ATD &r MADE FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? « — , ? Mattrasses, Palliasses, SPRING BEDS, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS; ? » — PICTURE FRAMERS. wj rn - ?a h i %? ? 1 t) ' Q 0 'PICTURES Mounted, Sketched, AND FflAMED. CARPETS MADE. [?] DOOHS, SASHES, FITTINGS, AND HAWTKLPIE...

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MONSIEUR PIERRE'S VISIT TO THE "WELD" CLUB DINNER— BY INVITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

MONSIEUR PIERRE'S VISIT TO THE 'WELD' CLUB DINNER— BY INVITE. Monsieur the Editettr Daily Noos. — I v'as Thursday night at vat you call in Perth the Commons Club — that is the Trade Club, the Smith's Club — Anerlaise. what vou caU de Stick-together Club — Ah ! the Weld Club ! Oh deese funny place. Plenty eat, plenty drink, plenty talk — and de Band play the Opera, de quadrille, de valse, de polka to keep down de eat or da talk ! I only see few responsible for what go on — my country ! No vork no pay. All same vat your people vant de Responsible Govern ment. Mais I That night no one respon sible. By and by some one say, Leake out — how you get dis? But I tink your Parly-ment take too long to Steere with, de Stone ballast to Glyde into de proper stream to Carey them through. You do not seem to have the enlightened Burgesses. Oh dis country ! No Port— all vat you call de storm. De diable to pay and no the pitch hot. PIERRE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily News. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

MONDAY, SEPTEMBEr'17i882T^ The City of Perth Larrikinism Com pany, Unlimited, is in a prosperous condition. The members are numer ous, and the variety of ways in which they dispense the peculiar attributes of their profession is Legion, They are under no restraint, neither rule or regulation being necessary to govern them ; they are in fact ungovernable. They are admitted into the guild at all ages from ten jears upwards, the qualifications for membership being impudence and unblushed effrontery, and a capacity for inflicting pain, pro voking annoyance, and doing mischief. The categorema of the genus Larrikiij^ is numerous as the hairs on one^fs head. They congregate in the streets, obstructing the way, and insulting passers-by. They are generally met with in gi-oups, and they principally make, the verandah of a store their place of rendezvous. Here they in dulge in striking numberless lucifer matches with which they light their pipes, make use of the vilest language, and insult res...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

THOMPSON, SENDEY & 00 AUCTIONEERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, SHIPPING &. GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, MOUATT STREET-FREMANTLE, AND HAY STREET—PERTH. G THOMPSON, SENDEY & 00. . have to arrive per ' Annie Mc Donald,' from London, and which will he submitted to Auction as soon as landed. 10 cases Roses Limejnice 5 „ Light Ball Blue 20 „ Sardines, £ and -J- tins 31 „ Salmon, lib. tins 10 „ Fresh Herrings, lib. tins 10 „ Castor Oil, £ pts. 20 „ Salad Oil, £ and | pts. 35 „ Bottled Frnits, each 2 doz. 20 „ Jams, llb.tins 25 „ Pickles, each 3 doz. 120 bags London Dressed Rice 30 cases Colman's Starch 100 boxes Candles, each 251b. 3 cases Bell's English Hams 3 „ „ „ Bacon 10 „ Currants 20 „ Raisins (Elemes.) The -whole of the above lines having t-een bought on very cheap terms, will positively be sold at a very slight advance on invoice price. For date of Sale see future announcement. GEO. THOMPSON, SENDEY & CO. Have on Sale ex Recent Arrivals, A large and varied...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

CITY COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of th-» City Council was held last Friday evening Present — The Mayor, and Councillors Burt Christie, Jewell, Osborne, Harwood, B Smith, Summers, Vincent, Scott, and -Hardey. After the minutes of the previous meet ing were read, the Mayor observed that he was surprised to see a report in the Daily News that Crs. Hardey and M. Smith were dissentient to the, what he believed was, an unaminous vote of the Council's confidence in the action of the City Surveyor re specting Mr. Elsegood's recreation ground contract, and as he had spoken on the subject to the reporter of that journal the Mayor had reason ? to believe that the re ported dissentient councillors had requested their names to be mentioned in the report as disagreeing with the' vote' of the Council. He did not find:any fault with the journal for adopting ' such a course, but he could not agree with the; action taken by Council lors Hardey and Smith, who apparently had not the courage t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
FOREIGN TRADE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

FOREIGN TRA.DE REPORT. Messrs. Cameron, Dunlop & Co., in their Australian trade circular report as follows : — Sandalwood. — The market continues in a most unsatisfactory state. There is no inquiry whatever and no inclination on the pare or ousiness, on account of the continued unfavorable advices from Hongkong. ' Sales might be effected at $3,25 per picul for 10 logs to the picul but this importers continue to decline to accept. There is a small demand for India, and one or two small soles have been made to Chitties at an average of §4,10 to the picul for 10 logs. Roots continue out of all inquiry. The real cause of this state of affairs is the extreme tightness of the money market amon? the Chinese ab Hongkong, in consequence of the wild land speculations. This has been hampering all business to a very great extent in Hongkong. The Corfu has arrived from Fremamtle and her cargo will be stored in the meantime. Horses. — The Laughing Wave arrived with 30 horses from Port Wal...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUSTICES' LICENSING MEETING. Before the Police Magistrate (Mr. G. W. Leake), and Messrs. L. C. Burges, S. S. Parker, and G. Knight, J.P. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

JUSTICES' LICENSING MEETING. Before the Police Magistrate (Mr. G. W. LeaTte), and Messrs.'L. C. Burges, S. 8. Parker, and G-. Knight, J.P. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. Mr. S. H. Parker, on behalf of Mr. M. McMahon, applied for a removal of his license from the premises now occupied by him to new premises in Wellington Street, to be known as the Wellington Hotel. The trustees of the estate had sold the premises long known as the Devonshire Hotel, which would be closed as a licensed victualler's. Mr. Parker put in a memorial, numerously and respectably signed, soliciting a license in that locality. The Police Magistrate asked if the house was ready for occupation.' Mr. McMahon replied that it was, although ?the building was not quite finished. It contained eleven rooms upstairo, and eight below. It would be entirely finished by the 1st of October. Sergeant Lawrence afcated that the house was a large and com modious one, and contained a walled-in-yard for the accommodation of cattle. The Bench...

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TECHNOLOGICAL SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

TECHNOLOGICAL SCHOOLS. We beg to acknowledge with thanks there receipt from the Hon. J. H. Thomas, the Commissioner of Railways, of a series of Paners relating to the Crystal Palace Com pany's School of Art, Science, Literature, and Practical Engineering. The emphatic protests which were made early in the pre sent century by the Rev. Sydney Smith, and which have been more recently repeated in even stronger terms and in more elo quent language by Professor Huxley and other equally distinguished authorities against the continuance of the old system of education by which boys generally were compelled .to learn ' a little Latin and less Greek,' to the almost total exclusion of all modern tongues and to the entire neglect of any science whatever, has, we are glad to say, not been without its effect even in this somewhat obscure portion of the British Empire.' -In the* mother country and- in some of her more favoured colonies the re sult has been the establishment of choirs of modern lang...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, September 1st. THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 4 September 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, September 1st. THE ESTIMATES. Treasury — item .81250. Mr. Steere moved that the item Book keeper £275 be struck out, and ,£200 sub stituted. The Colonial Secretary explained, that a short time bock it had been found necessary to reorganise the staff in the Treasury de partment. A competent book-keeper was asked for whose salary was not to exceed .£350 per annum. An officer in connection with one of the banks, who was drawing the same rate of salary, was asked if he would aceept the appointment at ,£200 per annum with a substantial advance, not to exceed .£350 per annum. This had been done. Mr. Steere said he must enter his protest against the high rate of salary. The posi tion of book-keeper was to have been given to the gentleman now holding the office of chief clerk and accountant, whose salary was .£350 per annum. It could never have been intended that both officers should have the same salary. Mr. Marmion remarked if the officer ap pointed had receiv...

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