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Winning The War HEALESVILLE'S FINE EFFORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Winning The War HEALESVILLE'S FINE EFFORTS. Red Cross receilts for-the fortnight ended February 15 .were as follow: Mrs. Falconer (donations), 10/-; Mr. and Mrs..A. J.Bury, .£10/10/-; E. Dela hunty and J. Hender, 16/3; J. Cook, £1/7/-; Miss I. Holl, (1/17/-; Mrs. H. Furmston, £1/2/6;,Mrs. J. Hume, £2 11/-; Mrs. J. T. Cornish, £3/0/6; L. J. Adam, 18/-; Miss Murton, £5/10/;' Mrs. Mowle, 4.?-; sales of goods at meetings, 15/-; Victory Club, £30 17/6; total, £59/19/6. Prisoners of War Fund.-Mrs. M. Alexander (donation); £1/1/-; Mrs. I. Gunner (donation), £2; M.M.B.W. em pldyes, £_/12/-; H. Huxham, £8/14/6; Feiglen and Sons (donation), £3; L. J. Adam, £2/14/-; total, £20/1/6. The next meeting of the Red Cross will be held on Monday, March 1.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Chronicles of "The Ferns" COMMENDABLE COMMUNITY INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Chronicles of "The Ferns" I - V -- - - CO-MMENDABLE COMMUNITY INTEREST. Prizes for a fancy dress parade held on Thursday evening, the 11th inst., were awarded as follow:-Best dressed ladies-Misses Eva Chiselet and Shir Icy Davis (Haw:iian girls). Best dresscd gentleman-Mr. A. W. Zetter man and Miss Betty Kelly (Tarzan and his mate). Most original lady Mrs. E. Owler (No Coupons. Most original gentleman-Mr. A. Wiles (a booze artist). Most humorous ladies -Misses Elsie Page'and Jean Grieves Tooralk and Ruin). Most humorous gentleman--Mr. B. Amey ("Mine Tinkit"). Interesting impersonations were those of Mr. L. W~.issgerber (Ghandi), Mrs: Wiles (Mrs. Ghandi), Mr. Cook (Convict 99), Mr. J. Cobban (Geisha girl), Mr. F. Helliar (Carmen Miran da), Mr. Jack Walsh (Squaw), and Mr. Frank Sim (a footballer). Miss Margaret Lister made a very pretty "Pierrette," and a very charm ing ensemble was "Sweet Alice- Blue 'Gowin," Miss Jean Cowell, who look ed the part, singing the song melodi ously. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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"Arline" Hears [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

SIS I. G. I hilippe recently rsa news of the death of ' r . jtR. Gunn, O.B.E., eothest Australia. The de etln31 woS an Anzac, and Stlast w:a'- served as a . ternlaster with the Aus u arcet -es philippe was last ra her brother during the :ed ealesville" celebrations, ack le nmanv friends locally. M larie Dillon enters an T~, cm on .'onday. c' ape aden who gained sf here during her twelve tl.e left on Friday for . johe will re-open her own Madame hopes to re-visit i~eJ, at frequent intervals. fesl' and Mls. Brown's infant 'at Ih named Robin Noeleen. gter effrles has made a fur honation to the fund for imprlov ther e Healesville cemetery. Her of on this occasion was 10/-, bins the total amount receiv hic br'ing purposes to f6/15/6. togr lbe glad to learn that some or wrk has already been done th emetery, and a workman is do es much as possible in the time as pdosal. Donations of cash or Sblades will be gratefully recelv at many Healesville girls are now with envy that they did not them...

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Duck Shooters Penalised. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Duck Shooters Penalised. In the Healesville police court on Thursday, before Messrs. Bradshaw and MacNamara, J.'sP., Laurence William Robert Edwards, 272 Railway ,place, Flemington, and Arthur James Palmer Groves, 44 Brighton street, Flemington, were each fined £2, with 4/6 costs, on charges relating to shoot ing wild ducks out of season. A 'double-barrelled shotgun was confis cated' in. each case. The offences oc curred at Yarra Glen on 15/1/43. Evi dence was given by Constable Fleisch er, of Yarra Glen, and Mr. Green, in spector of the Fisheries and Game de partment, prosecuted. Palais Dance To-night. To-night, in the Healesville Palais, a dance and euchre party will be held to aid the Prisoners of War Fund. Mrs. A. West is president, Mr. T. R. McLeish treasurer, and Mrs. K. Chap lin secretary. Good music will be ,supplied, and prizes galore awarded. Those in search of a happy social evening should join the festivities.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

SHIRE OF HEALESVILLE ual Statement of Accounts for the year ended 30 Sept,. 1942, showing General and Country Roads Board Accounts GENERAL ACCOUNT STATEMENT OF RECFPTf AND EXI'PENDITUBE FOB THE YEAR EN)ED SEPTEMBER 80oth, 1942, RECEIPTCS EXPENDITURE Balance, October 1st, 1941 ................. .... ., ,699 18 4 t dArer.-- . ... .. .... 6,461 4 ft Administration- "".. .. 5691 t and Arrers. - - .... .... 74 17 10 Audit Fees ...... ...... .. west - 6,536 3 Insurance and Guarantees ...... 93 1i6 1 • itratlon Fee1- - Salaries ............................. ... .1,18 5 2 and Registreatin Fees-President's -_ 8 ....Allowance ...... 5. - t0 0830 6 6 Retttn . 50 14 6 Dog Act Expenses . ... 34'.16 3 iregstra ins - .. 14 14 0 . . « « Printing, Advertising and Stationery 102 3 Pu .P ie.S. 1 148 11" 0" Petty Cash ........... Bank Charges ............. . 6 4 0 Works and Service-- 628 5 0 " TElection Expenses. .. 3 18 0 obth: pan Charge - "-• 811 . Telephone ...................... ............. 3 9 ...

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Everybody Happy SHIRE OFFICE SETTLES DOWN TO THE JOB. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Everybody Happy -V SHIRE OFFICE SETTLES DOWN TO THE JOB. To the Editor. :Sir,-It is gratifying to read your report in last issue of "The Guardian," showing the latest appointments to the shire office staff. Ratepayers may now see how satis factorily councillors have completed the difficult task of filling the shire office vacancies. The finance committee's report, at which the president, Crp. Kay, Mowle and Dawborn were present, gives a clear statement of the proceedings. The termination of the previous part time secretary's appointment was car ried out by mutual consent, as provid ed for under the conditions of the appointment; and the fact that the council adopted the committee's re commendations without a single de clared dissenter is" extremely gratify ing, and should satisfy ratepayers that councillors may be trusted to consci entiously carry out their duties as laid down in the Local Government Act, without fear or favor.-Yours, etc., W. J. DAWBORN. Healesville, 15/2/43.

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Racing -----v-----. Selections for Futurity Stakes Day, at Flemington, issued prior to final ac ceptances, are as under: St. Clair Trial. E longate ..... ..... ... ......... .... 1 The Mace ....... ........................ 2 A zores ..... ...... ... ... .. ..... ...... 3 Alma Stakes. P recept ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... ... 1 The Vanquisher...................... ....! 2 Maemanto .......... ... ................. 3 Woodcliff Handicap. Chamberlain .............. ...... ...... 1 Sangallo ...... ........ ............. ...... 2 C rojick ...... ...... ... ...... . .... ...... 3 Futurity Stakes. Scarlet T oi .......... .................. ...... 1 Zonda . ... .. ...... ............ ............ 2 Tranquil Star .... ...... ...... ............ 3 Stanley Plate. Fugleman ...... ...... ..... ...... ... 1 B lue V alley ...... ............ ...... .... ...... 2 East End ...... ........................ 3 Hawksburn Handicap. P lica ...... . ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 1 Feilding ......

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Middle East Campaign ADDRESS TO FORMER DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Middle East Campaign V ADDRESS TO FORMER DIGGERS. Attending the last meeting of the Croydon branch R.S.S.I.L.A., by re quest, Lieut. F. B. Geale delivered an engrossing address on part of the Middle East campaign to a body of men mainly comprising diggers of the 1914-18 war. He was welcomed by the branch president, Mr. Carver, who expressed pleasure at the fact that Lieut. Geale had agreed to tell them something of what nad been taking place in the Middle East He knew branch members would be delighted to get first-hand information of the campaign in the Middle East, and he assured the speaker of a good hear ing. Lieut. Geale said that as a member of the Second A.I.F. :o wa:a proud to be associated with the diggers of the last war. He had not attended a dig gers' meeting before, but had an idea It was just an excuse to get away from the. wife to get something under one's belt. (Laughter.) In a vivid and interesting manner Lieut. Geale told of the dramatic stand of the British Eighth ...

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RE-CAPPING [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

R'E-CAPPII G : . T TO Rfjuvtcj inacnn Y 11I1:L TYex , I Pty. Ltd. 1019 White aor.., R.l(, Box MI, WrX ::$9Bl

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Croydon M1arket - v------- Monday saw a large yarding of live stock, which sold exceptionally well. Milking cows brought £15/10/-, heif ers £13, stale £9; springing cows £12 5/-, heifers £11/15/-: backward cows £9/5/-; yearling heifers £4/10/-, store cows £7/7/6; fat cows £13/12/8, heif ers £12/17/6; beefy cows £11/10/-; choppers £6/10/- to £9/10/-; crackers to £5/5/-. Calves.-Good prices ruling. Large vealers to £12/2/6, small £6/5/- to £8 10/-; calves 40/- to 90/-, small 24/- to 38/-, light weights to 18/-. Pigs.-Dear, with supply not suffi cient for demand. Heavy porkers 78/ to 90/-, medium 6;/- to 76/-, light 48/ to 60/-; light baconers £5/1/-; back fatters £7/16/-; boars £3/3/6; chop ping sows 67/- to £5/16/-; bacon stores 56/- to 70/-, porker stores to 45/-; slips 25/- to 36/-; suckers 14/ to 32/-. Sheep.-Full yarding, with extra good prices. Lambs 29/6, suckers 27/6, woolly 26/6, shorn 24/6, plain 21/-; two-tooth ewes 23/6; two-tooth wethers 24/G, full mouth 19/4; store lambs...

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Shire of Healesville STONE CRUSHER ACCOUNT NET REVENUE ACCOUNT AT SEPTEMBER, 1942. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Shire of Hlealesville STONE CRUSHER ACCOUNT NET REVENUE ACCOUNT AT SEPTEMBER, 1942. To' Wages ... 922 8 6 By Sales of Material...... 1,348 2 .0 Ifire of Truck 121 5 8 Value of Material used for Cartage 155 5 0 Council Purposes .......... 578 9 " Oils ........... . 61 4 9 1,926 10 9 Electric Power 58 9 9 Repairs and Replacements 47 0 5 Miscellaneous .... ...... 74 19 .:4 . ..1,440 13.. 5 . Net Profit ...................... ... - .... .... 485 17 4 £1,926 10 '9 £1,926 10 9 4SUMMARY OF LOANS AT SEPTEMBER 30th, 1942 Particulars Amount Redemption Sinking Fund Balance SHIRE LOANS- Road and Drainage ............. . ......... . .:. 13,000 0 0 693 4 9 4,984 15 a. ,7,321 19 11 Memorial Hall ...... ... 6,000 0 0 3,675 0 0 - 2,325 0 0 ELECTRIC SUPPLY LOANS-- State Electricity Commission Liability... 18,000 0. 0 6,373 3 6 - 6,626 16 6 S£32000 0 0 £10,741 8 3 £4,984 15 4 £16,273 16 5. COUNTRY ROADS BOARD ACCOUNT STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE, YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30th, .1942. RECEIPTS EXP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

SgSfI NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and n Districts should consult J. DA :BORN - Estate and Business Agent property Salesman Kindsof Insurance Effected ieglstrar for Births and Deaths 0LSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 xtraVawe for ei wvhh know OOD SHOES Careful buying of quality twear for men ensures that = are able to please you no ter what style of shoes you Here you will find a wide' tiety of shoes in both black d can, featuring the lateat. leN. Prices are sure to suit MacDonald's SHOE STORE Iholson St., HEALESVILLE. BOIOITORS ullett & Langford SOLICITORS 0CTORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. PCOLLINS ST., ME!LBOURNE ·ATTEND AT THEIR EALESVILLIE OFFICE re and Bradsha.w's Buildings 5tweet ; the hour?; of 3 p.m. an d (; Fp.;. EVF.tY TIruRSDAn y ::e Telephones: must save ELECTRICITY for the vital WAR NEEDS ·...-- of the nation sj STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION OF VICTORIA MEMORIAL HALL j TALKIES' To-Night, Saturday , G...

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Books For Healesvile NEW LIBRARY LIIST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Books For Healesvile ----V------ NEW LIBRARY LIIST.. Included among new releases at the Healesville Ideal Lending Library are the following:-Master of None, Ro land Pertwee's revealing autobiog raphy; With Love and Irony, by fam ous Chinese writer Lin Yutang, with introduction by Pearl Buck;. Blind Men Crossing a Bridge, Susan Miles. (Perhaps once in every ten years we are confronted by a novel that can not be judged by ordinary standards. Such is "Blind Men Crossing a Bridge," for it is an amazing achieve ment. The story is not told; it is lived.) Men, Do Not Weep, Beverley Nicholls at his best; Mrs. Frensham Describes a Circle, brilliant new novel by the outspoken Richmal Crompton; Middle East, H. V. Morton, wonderful descriptions of where our boys have been fighting; The Case of the Fast Young Lady, Michael Burt; Crocodiles Down the River, George C. Foster; Sweet Chariot, Frank Baker; Zest, Charles Norris (husband of Kathleen Norris); Dynasty, Clarence Budington Kelland; The Hopk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

•1 Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL DELLS THE BEST QUALITY DEAT AT THE LOWEST. PRICES!TRICT OUOF VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANHERE? E - EVERYTHING FRHEALES DAIVILLLY arrnPublic ServoeNotice ALEXJOHN POMEROYHRISTIE FASTI SELLSOAD THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THESVILLOWEST 'Phone 132 OUR Is conducting anNUP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE All Kinds of Goods Delivered Promptly, and Careuliy to Any Part of ]of .the District PLEA TRAINS ENQUIREET LOWEST RATICES HAGED rryA Tial Respectgully Solicitedr FANHAM ROAD - - --- - HEALESVILLE..... ** L ....... .......................* ............................*..... SDON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Fire! Protect Your Homes and Furniture SBy Getting INSURANCE COVER at S Lowest Rates, IMM1EDIATELY I p'rompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney 1. Bradshaw Representative for I NITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52, QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected, as well ~.............. .................?.?........?......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

To win the war, we Austra lians must lend our mionely. Not just "spare" non'(:', , : but everything we canl Y , scrape together by doing ?ýi" . without all but our bare neces-.';, sieS. ,, We don't sacrilice anything when : on the safest investment in th:? world. We get sccurity and a nest- ' egg for the future. We can't lose. Every pound we lend to Australia is life assurance for our boys. With equipment our money can give them, they can wrest Victory. Here is what your money can buy TIE NEED IS NOW Increased concentrations of 6d. !mys a War Say- Japanese are at our very inAs Stamp. doors. To drive them back 15/. a £1 W ir Savings to Tokio we must equip Certificate. our troops as never before. The need for money was elf- a National Sav- never nmoire urgent. There 9 uings Bond. fore, let us send our money Or you ay umake an to war-let us work as C, advance subscription to: never before-save as snever the next War Loan at,, before and lend every - .any Bank, Savings Bank penny we pos...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

IN MEMORIAM MACDONALD.-In loving memory of my dear husband, George H. Mac- donald, who passed away on Febru- ary 23rd, 1933; also our dear little girl, Violet. And with the morn those angel faces smile, Which I have loved long since and lost a while. -Inserted by his loving wife, Jean. DEATH ROSS.-On February 11th (result of accident, Keith, the dearly loved son of Madge and the late Lock Ross, brother of Madge, Gwen, Mena and Joan. Beautiful Memories    

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 10 and 11. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Market Report \v MELBOURNE rIG MARKET. February 10 and 11. Excellent conditions prevailed at the urne pig market on February 10 4 11, as the following report of esrs T. Shaw Logan and Co. indi tes: Stores.-Lighter supply, keener en iry for all descriptions, 12/- to Parkers. - Very firm throughout, th choicest quality a bit better, 40/ 90/-, few to 94/6. ackfatters. - Exceptionally dear. e sold several "tops,", including ts F. Fulford (Lakes' Entrance) 114/1/- and £12/19/-, J. Coulston 1/6/., T. Stewart £11/14/-, A. Al at £9/14/-, and many more. Eaconers.-An exceptional sale, in ding six G. Phayer, extra heavy, at" 18/-; five T. Mayo at £6/19/6, five lo0way Bros. at £6/14/6, six A. estly to £6/13/6 (averaging, £6 1/), A. Clutterbuck at £6/13/-, enA. A. Chisholm at £6/5/I6,four J. Rawlings at £6/0/6, three 'J. ps at £5/19/6, six F. Kent to £5 : 1, etc. prize, 1/ 2/1/19/-, F. Fulford's double rise; Coulston £12/C/-, T. Stewart 1t 1L 14/-, Mayo five, Holloway Bros `hve at: tractively le...

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1943 [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

SATURDAY, FEBRUi _Y 20, 1943 Now. Now... .. A reader says he never felt so shy in all his life as u drid at tho displ:. of danb'a::oi . '?. -.eries at-the i r the other night. Languorous beauties were at . .ng :u. m. aX -" th the slc '" only half, rubbed out of their eyes. Some langutished gracefully on (almost in) the arms o- male escorts, till the Don road r-semhbled Fifth Avenue, the Rue de 1 ? T. ix -or a Hollywood beau'.ty ihcv. ?t ceirtainlv was a great nght "out."' SAuction Sales. On Tuesday rnet the mill, Culberla F ville, the whole of nmilling plant, trac c Flatnaan's timber a . e.sociate auctione. . -. Purdy and Co. Pty street. Melbourne, an Styles and Son, :40 Ct i sale takes llace at 1 t on the same day, the cry, Plant and bt iCt ar,4 Timbes' Co. Pt. L the Buxton Hotel yar site. In this instac . an are Messrs. Purdy a 4 Sydney H. Bradshaw advertisement. Red Cross Bulletin. Mrs. J. T. Cornish of the Red Cross, reports:Th meeting was held on M was a good attendanceo and ap...

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Costly Timber Mill Fire EARLY MORNING BLAZE STARTLES HEALESVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Costly Timber Mill Fire EARLY MORNING BLAZE STARTLES HEALESVILLE About 12.45 a.m. on Wednesday the ringing of the fire bell awakened He lesville from its slumbers, and citi zen- on hastening outside were alarm ed with a spectacle appearing as though the whole of the east end of the township was on fire. The heavens were impressive of a raging inferno. with vast sheets of flame and blazing sparks making an awe-inspiring con flagration. It is said that the alarm was first given by Mr. Bob McLaren, who no ticed -flames bursting from the Gran ton Saw Mills near his home in Fern shaw road. He ran to the nearest fire alarm at the east end corner, and gave the signal. By the time help arrived, however, the blaze had a firm hold, and soon it appeared that the whole of the mill works and. plant would be lost. At about 11 p.m. a gale of wind had sprung up, which continued to in crease in intensity. The wind at the time of the outbreak held from the north, but some time after veered around and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

DENTISTS ,: MR. H. ST'OCK` SURGEON-DEI.,TIST . VISITS IIEALEL'VILLE -. EVERY SATURDAY CfORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATURI)DAY, ]'FEBRUARY 20th SATURDAY, MARICIH 6th SATURDAY, MARCII 20th City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS 's2 ELIZABETJ;I STREET" 'Phones: Central 2507 i-ealesville 151 .MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 210 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY j1 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY Pi WART OF THE IHEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER JLIVE AVENUE, IEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou'tun SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 165 ISOURKE...

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