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Revocation of Temporary Reserves after 60 days. LAND DISTRICT OF LISMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Revocation of Temporary Re serves after «© days. Land Distriot of Lismore. WrrniN tho resumed area of Oamira Pastoral Holding No. 412, notified 5th August, 1885. — No. 085, notified 22nd August, 1883, county of Richmond, parish of Riloy, area about 4-10 acres. Commenc ing on the right bank of Evans River, at the north-west cornor of portion 139; and bounded thonco by the west and south boundaries of that boaring south ; _ thonce oast ; thonce again south ; and again east to its 6outh-oast cornor ; thonco by a lino and the south boundary of portion 154, bearing east to the river aforesaid ; thence by that river downwards to the north-east corner of portion . 155 ; thenco bv a line partly forming the north boundaries of portions 155 and 158 bearing west to the east boundary of portion 45 ; thonco by part of that east boundary bearing north to the north-east corner cf tho portion ; thence by the north boundary of said portion 4# bearing west to its north-west cornor ! thence by the eas...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cats and Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Cats and Rabbits. Recently there appeared in a Yictorian journal called the Wimmera Star a paragraph stating that two animals, the progeny of a torn cat and a black rabbit, and partaking of the natures of both parents, were born about 10 months ago on a farm or Mr. Kankin, or bait -Lake, Victoria, and were now the property of Mr. Thomas Turner, of Wilson-street Horsham. Noticing this, and recognising its importance in relation to the libera tion in some of the rabbit-infested dis tricts of New South Wales of large numbers of cats, in the hope that thoy would destroy the rabbits, Mr. H. C. Taylor, officer in charge of the rabbit branch, of the New South Wales De partment of Mines, sent a telegram on the 9th instant to the Under-Secretary for Lands in Melbourne to ascertain if there was any truth in the published statement. In reply to this, the officer in charge of the Rabbit Suppression Acts, wrote on 27th August to inform Mr. Taylor that the animals referred to had been seen by two...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Coraki Post-Office. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Cornlil Post-Office. Amiivax. /ki) Depahttjue of Matm. . Maim nrnve from Sydney. Soutli Woodhum, | Woodburn. nnd Swnn Bny every Monday ,nnd: Thursday, nt 3.35 p.m.; and close for the same places ovory Tuesday, and Friday, nt 5 p m. . Arrive from LismOTO, Wyrallah, nnd Gnndur- ! imba every Tuesday and Friday, at 5.50 p.m., nnd close for same plnces overy Monday 'nndThnrsdnv. at 3.35 p.m. Arrive from Cnsino and Ccdrinpton every Tuesday, nt 4 p.m. and Saturday, at 10.30 n.m. '; nnd close for same plncos every Mon day mid .Thursday, nt. 8.30 p.m. Arrive nnd depnit by river boatB for Ballina, -?Wardell. nnd Broadwater.

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The New Debt of Mew South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

The New Debt of Mew South . Wales. New South Wales (the Pall Mall Oascttc says) is about to add £7 per head of its population to the debt of the colony, for thnt is about the proportion of the newly announced loan of .£5, 500, 000 to the population of New South Walos. When wo remember that the National Debt of the United Kingdom is only £20 per bond, the addition to tho burdens upon tbo inhabitants of New South 'Wales appears heavy. Only, as it is almost needless to repeat once more, tho debt of New South 'Wales has been raised almost wholly for reproductive ; purposes, and much of the capital sown in the colony has produced a good crop in the way of direct profit to the Govern ment. The deficiency which has to be covered by taxation is, moreover, com pensated by the indirect benefit which railways, telegraphs, harbours, toads, and other public works have been to the taxpayers of the colony, and their dependents. On the whole, although it is impossible to draw out an exact profit an...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Abstract of Sales by Auction. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Abstract of Sales by Auction. - TO-MORROW. Mtroiio & ' 'M'Botjoax.i. — At tho Old School j. -Housej Lismoro, n subdivision of the old school site,' consisting of 20 lots Buitable for business sites. SEPTEMBER 1 5th. John H . Munno — At May's Homebush Yards, South Grafton, on Wednesday next, 15th instant, sprinir store c tittle snles.

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [By Telegraph.] (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association.) SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [By Telegraph.] (From tho Manager Clnronco Rivor and North Coast Fanners' Association.) SIDNEY, Tiiuhsday, C r.m. Maizo is very firm at 3s 4d to 3s 5d.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Volcanic Eruptions. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

?Wolcanic BCrii|ttlotis. A. OABiiii from Now York, of September 1, Bays — Enrly yostordav eveninp; a very violent shock of earthquake took place alonpr tho whole of tho States on tho sea board from' Alabama to New York. Th» shock i was most pnvoroly felt in tho Foutliorn States, especially at Augusta, on the bordor of South Carolina, Georgia, and also at Savannah, tho entrance to -the. fWaimhli 'River; and Charleston. Although tho pfroatest alarm proyailod, no loss of life has boen reported; Accpvdipj». io latest reports received to-iiiplit, it appoars that the effects of tho earth'quako were more disastrous than was at'firBt supposed. At Charleston anumber of.'housos 'folly burying' at least 60 inhabi tants in the deems; Tho earthquake which has occurred in the United States provod vory destructive iu its effects. . The city of Charleston is completoly isolated, owing to tho fact that tho bridges, railways, and telegraph linos bave boon destroyed. There wore no loss than ton succes...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Firday. In the Houso of Commons to-day a division was taken on the amondment to the Address in Reply proposed by Mr. Thomas Sexton, to the effect that the uovornmonc snouiu taxe special measures for tho maintenance ' of order in Belfast. Tho amendment was rejected by 225 to 129 and tho Address adopted. The Irish members and the Radical party adopted obstructive tactics and prevented the further progress of business. Mr. Purnoll has given notico of an amendment opposing the precedence of tho voto of supply, und affirming that the present condition of Ireland demands attention before any other business is proceeded with. LONDON, Tuesday. Tho wool sales opened to-day ; thero was a large attendance and 13,000 bales wero oiiered. xno competition was brisk and greasy advanced Id to l^d ; scoured, 2d ; coarso, greasy crossbred, id to Id ; fine ditto, Id to l^d. Princo Aloxanaer appeals to tho officers of his army not to oppose his departure from Bulgaria. It is rumoured...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Our Proposed Centennial Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Our Proiioscd Centennial ? Celebration. TnE proposal of the talented and dis tinguished Premier of New. South Wales to establish a fifteen days' carnival, in and about Sydney, in honour of the. colony having ' achieved its first ceniury s growtn, is symptomatic, noioniy of the past pernicious system o£ central isation, but of what may be expected in the future with regard to thegovernmental dealings with the outside districts from which they reap such rich harvests, and for which so little has been done, unless an universal outcry of condemnation, enforced by the emphatic pronunciations of the representatives of all, other than metropolitan, members make itself heard at once against such an iniquitous proposal as that sketched by Sir Patrick Jennings. A fifteen days' 'spree' for Sir Patrick Jennings and his colleagues — not excepting the noblo order of Licensed Victuallers rt hoc — may be an exhilarat ing way of spending time and money, at a period when retrenchment is the wat ery, ...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [from our own correspondent.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Maizo is soiling ut 3s 4d to 3s 5d, and in very fair demand. Eggs, lOd to Is por dozen. In tho Assembly, yeBtorday, the Cus toms Duties Bill was read a third timo and curried by 35 to 13. Tho third loading of tho Land Tax bill was passed by 34 to 6. The Houso ndjournod at 3 o'clock this morning. Tlio Cln-istchurch (N.Z.) footballers dofoatcd tho Now South Wales team by C points to nil. Severo. and destructivo floods havo occurred in tho Tiiinut district, tho town of Walgott being partially submerged. A chinaman was drowned whilo crossing tho Barwon. . Eight horses are left in tho tho Ilawkes l-nry guineas, 20 in tho County Purse, aud 40 in tho Handicap. Betting 8 to 1 Sorolla and Meteor. 10 to 1 Keith, Jewel, and Corday. [Up' to nearly 10 o'ciock our usual final Sydney telegrams had not arrived, the cause whereof wo know not. Wo havo not been apprised of any delay along the lino, and tho nou-reccipt of 0111 usual budget of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

i-v \ ? Specif 'AdWrti8ements. [Au extra oluirgo of 20 per cent mndo for ad .. ' vertisamouts inserted in this column.] E D I O A' L. f. «. M. B., M. On., EniNBunon University, mny bo consulted at Mobbs1 Hotel) Coraki, Daily ; and at MURRAY'S HOTEL, SOUTH WOODBURN, from 10 to 1 o'clock, EVERY TUESDAY. ^ O O K OUT FOR BIO LAND SALE IN CORAKI, 27 th NO YE M BEE, 1886. Apply for full particulars to MUNHO and M'DOUGALL, Auctioneers, Casino and Lismore. Agent at Coraki — W. A. NOBLE. 'nunqcam dormio.' THE Ilirl/iMiiir gUfrcr gmtfo, AND NORTHERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. PUDLMHED AT CORAKI EVERY FbIDAY MoRNINQ. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 188G.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

General Notices TTT ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. -T Apply to Mrs. J. O'CONNOii,' Boyal Hotel, Coraki. ~\Y7' ANTED, . HOUSEKEEPER, accus W tomod to childvon. Good home for suitable partv. Apply GEO. MAXWELL, care of James Baillie and Co., Lismoro. . WANTED, a COTTAGE, containing 6 rooms, with detached Kitchen, &o. Will be takon for a torm. Apply to F. CLIFFORD, Heuald Office- . WANTED, a SMART LAD, as appren tice to tho Printing Business.' Apply at tho office of this papor. r WASTE PAPER for sale — a good clean ' lot. Apply at offico of this paper. SINGLE COPIES of this Journal can bo pnrchasod at Messrs. FERGUSON. & 00. 'S Store (late Johnson's), Richmond Terrace. J O.O.F. ; M.tJ. SYDNEY DISTRICT. TENDERS aro invited for the catering in connection with a BALL AND SUPPER to bo held at the School of Arts, on Tues day evening, the 2 1st instant. Boom, tablos and seats provided. ' Tenders must be addressed to the under signed, and will close on tho 14th instant. JOHN G. BAL...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I Aimmta. & Spritombpr 0— Platypus. s., 217 fnriR, Oiptniti Nelson, from Sydnov. Tioft Svdnnv lit 5, p.m. on the 4th, crossed the Bur nt 12.15 p.m. oil tho 6 th, nnd arrived at ^ %vaki nt 7 i)0 p.m. B.nii' day, Experienced light. variable winds with film WoftfW flirniiirlinilt. September 9. — Tnmki, p., Captain .Tnekson, from, Sydney. Passonffers — Mcsdames Wripht, Kinir. Smith, William*: Misses Brown. John Son, '-EaSTon:' Messrs. Wricrht, Easton, BarloW, Jiipmnn. Atkinson, Gerrntv. Cohen, Silver timrnp, Predorieks Vanderhilt., Bolts ; Master WilHiintS, nnd 10 in tho stopl'neo. Cnrco, 100 tons peprral merchandise. Left Sydney nt 3 p.m. On Ttli. crossed the Richmond Tlnr nt 7 B.hi. oil the.flth instnnt, nnd arrived nt Cornki at 2 p.m. the saitto day. Experienced fresh r Westerly winds and fine woathor during tho passage, ? ? A Scotch emnneet hns invented a pew form of RiirTial for indhntimr the oourso of n ship nt Maa rirAn* +n nvniA n nnllininn toH.Ii ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Shipping Notices. rpO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IN JL tho Richmond River District. JOHN SEE and CO.'S Line of Steamers. Until furthor notice tlie Favourite Passenger Steamers HELEN NICOLI, nud AUSTRA LIAN will run as follows:— Tho fl.s. HELEN NICOLL, Captnin II. A. Prnsor, lonvinp Sydney SATURDAY NIGHTS, at 9 o'clonk. Leaving Grafton WEDNESDAY MORNINGS, at 0 o'clock. Tho s.s. AUSTRALIAN, Captnin IT. C Chud loierh, li-aving Sydney TUESDAY NIGHTS, nt 9 o'clock. Leaving Grnftoti SATURDAY MORNINGS, at 5.30 o'clock. OT These steamers oall regularly nt Law rence, Rocky Mouth, nnd Ilnrwood Islnnd, for passengers by tho Casino, Woodburn, and Swan Buy Coaches. FARES' Saloon — Sitiglo ? £2 0 0 Return ? 3 10 0 Stcorago— eaoli way ? 10 0 1 33T RETURN TICKETS avnilnblo by oithor (itemner. JOnN SEE nnd COMPANY. gOUTH ARM TRADE. THE STEAMERS Emma Pyers and Triton are now permanently enprnged in tho trade botwoon CASINO and CORAKI. OF All Cargo brought by the RICHMOND, 8., or intendod for sliipmont by ...

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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

ltiver Steamers Time-Table. Tins' following time-tnblo is published for pen oral informntion.: — | Sarah li. Hixpon lenves Lismoro for Bnllina at 8.30. a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, nnd Friday :; nnd Bnllina for Lismoro overy Tuesday; Thursday,' and Saturday, at 8.30 n.m. .- ? ' I Rorrie leaves Bnllina for Lismoro every Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday nt '8.30 n.m ; nnd Lismore for Bnllina0 every Tuesdny, Thursday, nnd Saturday, at 8.30. a.m. Tho Mesppiifrer lerivos Woodburn for Lismore ?Tevcrv mornint; (Friday excepted) returning rto Woodburn in .tile, nfternoon. Tho Triton ilenves- Coraki for Cnsino every I\rnnf1t!i- 'WWlnnsdnv' nnfl.Fridnv nt 9 n.m : .nnd . Cosino fur Coraki every Tuesday, 'Thursday,' 'and Saturday. The Irvinprton -leaves Cnsino for Coraki every , Monday. Wednesday, and Friday ; ana 'Cornki for Casino overy Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, nt 9 a.m. i

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Religious Memoranda. ., ... piumbtt or Exglanp. Sentembor 12 — Ballina, 11 a.m. ana 7.30 p.m. Baptisms 3 p.m. — Rev. F. .E. Haviland. FjVET? PnESTVYTEJlUTf Ciruncn. Srptembbr 12— Cornki, 11 a.m.: Tnthnnv 3 Inn,'; Casino, ..7 p.m. — Rov. J.- Marshall. ? U ? ^WBitWAslCiiroon. ? ? 1 September 12— Punpawnlhyn, 11 n.m. ; Coraki (School of Arte); 2.30:p:mH; Wyrallah, 7.30 . -'p.m. ? ? 1 4 — .-Pirnjioo, 11, a.m..;ii.-AlRt'inyillo, 3 p m. ''Lismorei 7.30 p.'m.-rKev. fYedk. C. Boyer. | 12— Cnsino, 11 Tn.m. ; ( Irvington, 2. 30 p.m.'; Lismore, 7 AQ P. til. -'.. ' I ' » j M If) — Lismoro', 1 1 n*. rri . ; IrVinctop,' P. 30 p.m. ; Casino, 7 p.m. — Rev; Jus. H. Lowin. 32— Newrybar (M'Killon's), 2 p.m. ; Alston - ,'.v«lKS7ip.'«iS^i. -chA-ii::: C 19 — 22 — Meerschaum, 11 a.m. ; Wyrallah, 3 p.m.- -Mr. S. T. Northcott. ? 10-pBoxliill; 3-p.m.— Exhortcr (A). ? 32 — Rosehill, 2.30 p.m. 19— Dorrongbby Grass, '2.30 p.m.— Mr. Robert Arthur. 12— Meerschaum, 10.30 ; Cowlonsr, 3.30 — (S.) 12— Casiu'o; 7 p m....

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The International Sculling Sweepstakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

The Iiitrrnutioiaul Sculling KwccpsiakcH. THE opening ot tho sculling tournnment thnt took placo on tho Thames to-day wns tho moans of provoking ono of tho groatost displays of enthusiasm evor witnessed at an aouatic contest in England. Tho ontiro longtn of tho rnco coin-so, which monsurod about oightnnloH, was lined with spoctators. Many of tho spoctators, who woro anxiou3 to view tho heats froui favourablo spots, took thoir seats at . a vory oarly hour. Hoavy premiums woro Charged for permis sion to view tho hoats from advantageous points. Tho first heat was that botwsen 'Wallace Ross, tho Amoricau oarsman, nnd- Neil Mattorson, tho Now South Walos man, und champion scullor of England. Tho courso was from Battorsoa to lluminorsmith. Boss won tho; ;tos8i' and soloctSd to ro^ ou tho Surroy side. Tho hotting at. tho start was fivo to four on Boss. ;The paco at tho start was., terrific. For tho fivat fow- strokes luuru was 110 porcopcioio auioronco 111 tno boats. But aftor tne ' first ...

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Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

fuii-licld. A gentleman who has just mado a flying trip to this fiold speaks most favourably of its prospects. Ho informs us that Ivotits nnd party aro down 28 foot, and h-tvo about 25 tons of stono to grass, showing fun goid. Thoy havo additional aroas for machinery aud dam sitos, adjoining tho ?claim, nnd ovorything is going on woll. Scott, Boid and party (prospoctors), cxpcct to havo thoir 15- stamper battory nt work early in Octobor ; and two other nmchines-ii.ro going up ns soon as tho plant arrives; thoso will bo for Strauss nud party, and Cnrmichaol. It is tho intontion ?of Scott and party to. crush a parcol of stono from oaoh claim aftor puttiug through nil tho stono thoy havo at grass. All claims aro gotting fino-lookiug stono, anilclaitns aro in demand. Ono Y-shaped pioco of ground, somewhat wrongly doscribod, and boing botwoen two claims, and about four acres in OXtetit, is undor offer for £2000. Another strip, loft out ill tho survey, aud which has beon abandonod four di...

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Casino Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Cushiit Items. [Frost a Correspondent.] * SF.rTEMBKR 1st. —Casino . lias boon very quiot during tho' past \yeok, nnd. this. stato of things is likely to continue for soiho time. ''Business pooplo 'say thoy can disposo of tlioir goods readily onough,rbut that it is a difficult iniittor to collect thtir uoots wnon .till.! monoy. is required..-:;, I. notico somdof our business folks havo sold- . out and clonrod away, and more aro cloa'ring awuy without soiling out. Thoro is ono thing cortain if a' person don't attend to, and keop his buoinoss it won't keep him. ; : Wheeler and 'Brown aro boginning to mako a good show with thoir contract, and Mr. C. M'Carthy. wil| soon havo. a forest of timber on tlio- corner whoro his liew '?Pub' is. to' stand; This 'and tho' boforo mentioned aro tho only two places in town whoro you wiU'lioar the ring of 'the' trotffcl, and tho SJund of tho hammer, unloss you go to tho local Vulcan, and you will hear - liis hammer ringing somo nights up to 1 1 o'clock...

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Woodburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 10 September 1886

Woodliiirn. OUU COMUiSroHDBNT.] Sui'TEMiiER 8.— Now that the wonthor haa I ii Icon tip and I am able to got about a littlo I shall endeavour to kcop your roadors nostod up with a littlo nows from horo. To begin with, businass in all directions is brighter than it lias been for a long timo nast. and tho bonofit of tho rocont rains, whioli sootn to have boon general, is shown already. Tiioro is abundanoo of food and water ovorywhoro, and overy appoaranco of a prosporous soason. Most of tho mills around Woodburn aro iu full swing— Moston and King's having startod nbout throo woeks ago, and good sauiplos of sugar aro being turnod out, Mr. W. Gollan's mill starts noxt Monday, anil during the past woek aotivo prepara tions havo boon ma.lo at that mill for commencing work. Tho cano Holds boiug so wot lias boon tho cause of ilolny in not making au oarlior sturt at crushing. Tho cano crops around horo look woll and should give a hoavy yiold. Our roads aro in a vory bad stato — ospooially tho...

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