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SKVAREHEAD'S SPLOSH, HAYES CHARGED WITH HOOKING HAHNN'S HOOT. "He Vos Grab Id Lige Dees, Und Sun Avay Lige Und Hoppin' Ganary." WARBLING OF "THE WATCH ON THE RHINE." HAYES DODGES THE DUNGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

SSVAREHEW3 SPLOSH,' HAYES CHARGED WITH HOOKING HAHNN'S HOOT. "He Vos Grab Id Lige Dees, Und Sun Avay Lige UndHoppin' Ganary." V/ARBUNG OF " THE WATCH ON THE RHINE." HAYES DODGES THE DUNGEON. (Prom "Truth's" Sy.Sncy Correspondent.'* "Bud, yor Vcrsnip, I am n Gcrti;.in," was the replyVivou !»v an crer-bcard-xl old German, nati:tU Krnert HubJiii, to Mr. Paricn, rf.U., :u th«? Polico Court, en Tuesday whon that ^cr.tl'.'inau Airrnui: w. havks. j.rxkst h.mixn. vis'-'I him to o:!lm hmir-1; and j.ci p-.t po "xnt'd. J/-ii:i.:i, v. niMifii constantly pij.o.! < p'.-n Iik«» u vawijint' c;.vcrn, was the j > r •: • niter ;:i a i:. t • r in v.-hi eh .1 nrjn nann.d Artliur William Hay..s was cbarired with fcU-.tliiig £45, tie* 'iVut-m'* pioinrtv. ;:ivini: his '•vi'.r.nfi- Hubnn u p>ed deal o; uniiis :n-.nt bv s-ve.-al dramatic out bur.tr>, and a|sD by the quaint manner in winch he autwunii tome o: thy question* put 10 hiia. Sergeant Mankcy conducted tho prcsecti* lion, and Mr. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BUCKING OFF A BUREAUCRAT. TOM JOHNSON "TAKING A TUMBLE." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

BUCKING OFF A BUREAUCRAT. TOM JOHNSON "TAKING A TUMBLE." (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) The I.ab-.r Donfc i> now engaged in a p"M timo whioh is taking quite by surprise n really considerable number of people. This (iiRtinia is tho bucking off of- Tom John* Various bucolic • "backbones of the coun* j try" nre much asfenished nt the determina-1 tion of the Labor Donk. Thcj had been so I accustomed to beins autocratically hectored | bv Toin Johmon that, now that he scejns about to leave us, to depart to sorno oUierl 'pTt cf tho wurM. til 7 <*~n so.irccl/ b«'l:cvr | hoir »ves m:«l tars. Thi.'v ha<l |>r pato-l nctiticns to him as to tho Hock tlut_ dyinp, and n* to tho w.int or r»ilw*v f;u-;N ['.tie? which inipht prevent this icv? <t su-o:. Ins to tho lack of trucks tc • nnhle thctn to | *?n<3 their produce to market, ftiul ns to i many other matters ih.it pmticrhrlj enn ; cern'tlie country prrdtjccr. hut th'ir 'nbor in I preparing...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

[I. Bcrrr, ot iiutb-sti \\\A. "Mr busb-ind," Mr?, Berry in litt'o blVtfT-, v.hi--5: burst "n -Tjo bil ir.2 niA ui a bad 1. V c.i :»-vcr. llio luitb ■ ii.to h:fl-imf<l Kor*-1-. I v more Ilk- b>,u-i pc. of y.w.uuk. ilia r. lk-(. ::s with :Le he P vi-; in t Intilf '.or f:i:r pl.i i>ifi-Mird rcTm!it:oii. I com imi< d to rpp!y Ihi.rd raV irn-B'ik un» j»j'J ti: Zam-Tiuk epf-MiSy ends cczf-n.a, ulcers, r»r.<l f-calp dis<?a.*c; rcr brui«<-«. tMims. pcnl.U; - umvnn nnl Borcn^^:' y v.ibb. bVrrh^e. pimp- • p.rJ the Hub mad" quit?, sound «n.l :ron^ ajaiu. Th'so mires have* eaiii<*J :» to ihin'/. tho tt>>r1d of Zrau-Huk. nu<l now r- vvmi'dn't bo it for nnyLhintr." I ; welsii tiii: Mcminn tongue or all. Xn(with=tnu*lincr l!i* lot of clottrd rot tp^lton rej^inUm: Ut<» allied h<^utv ;uul ' «.,n.hm.v of <l*vl iiii'.l linroos. th« Ur:t's'i Pi'i'-n'ists nr»« rr'-M t!m ifir-t iu'i(T...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A NOTABLE REFORMATION. GROWTH OF A NEW CUSTOM. Guzzling Beer Through Pub Windows. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

A NOTABLE REFORMATION. GROWTH OF A NEW CUSTOM.; Guzzling Beer Through Pub Windows. * I (Vrom "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) j Tho combined efforts of wowsers nntl poli ticians have achieved u notable reformation in the manner of celebrating tho Uirthdav of th.' Kuinder of Chri»>tiH»*»ty, a day asso ciated with a renewal of old friendship.*, the forgiveness of old injuries, gtnnl cheer, and general rejoicing. The exuberant feelings wim which wo were went. to Welcome the "festive season7' in times p.i>t, niwro often than not, led tho majority to comm.I s.'tn'J tri»lin^ excises which iesul'»d in headache, indigestion, and temporary *hortnc!?s ct cash, to prevent which our wise and ever watchful legislators, incited thereto by the d« ar und amicable gentry who are entrusted from "''n high'* with the car- of our immortal »:oul:., framed a law prohibitory or indoor indul gence in such seductivo* bevetages as are known to gladdon the heart of man. i Timo was, before the wnw.«er had...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MATRIMONIAL RECRIMINATIONS. The Unhappy Heaths. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

MATRIMONIAL RECRIMINATIONS. The Unhappy Heaths. ] A buscm younj woman rawed Isabella ' Heath. flatly told the Richmond Bench i 'M«»55rsl Burgess "and Si'-ad, Js.I\) on Wed j nosJay that she won! 1 r.ct live with her : husband, Victor Heath, notwithstanding the fact thai he had orojnisrd to provide a home for her. What she wanted wa3 support for herself and her two children. She was afraid to lite in the same house w>th hira, as he had cruelly and rioiently assaulted her when they WERE LIVING TOGETHER hefcra. The last time sh° received any money from h:m was the week before Christmas, when he £ave her 25s. Jire Rhortrra. ♦ h* mo'br.r of the complain ant. raT« corroborative evidence. Heath's Torsion was that he was a ranch ma'icned person. ''Is it a fair thing/' he asked, "for. my trfo io sloop IN TUK SAME BED with hrr mother and another man?" Mr. LrEstrnn~e (who appeared for com plainant^; Do rou unan to tar that? Witness: Yes. Do rou insinuate that anything look place between thi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POST-MORTEM PRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

POST-MORTEM PRANKS. j The oftce of canstable in chargo of the ! Morfruo isn't exactly a led of rosea. It is dccidedly not the kiud of billet that a John IIopi>etu:an Buffering flora nerves would fill to the satisfaction of either liimseif, the public, or th« corj-acs. An atmosphere of cocaay do^a't hit jcu ;-.r too dec-u.j ill the broju daylight, v.hcu funny itilovrs h;.pp«Jii along vvau ibij arr.'al of every new inmate uiui id] fujjuy yarns about everything in the lUiiriv lino. Then, v.-hex: the shades begin to aud the funny jokers have gone home, or ovtr to the pub., th.r.gs dou't s;-ein half as iu:my U3 they did a while before; iu fact, they don't secirj funny ut ail. And as it £ets on towards midnight you just ta k about it being uiicatmy. Somehow or oth:r thy inhabilaius of the mortuary all seem to turn over at rmuu.ght, like cat'.Iu on a camp. Whether it is a pastrotiornical disturbance or a post-morwin habit, it i3 nriv-. r:b'_-]e--3 a fact that the dear departed jfroans, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

— IN — TASMANIA. GOOD CLOTHES OPEN THE GATES OF OPPORTUNITY. GrESTXEMEX, I wish to return thanks to Job Taylor, THE Tailor, for the good service rendered to me in opening the Gates of Opportunity. I have been in Tasmania for a month .upon business, und everywhere I have found Joe Taylor's Clothing an in stantaneous door-opener. This is a keen, commercial age, when a good appearance, plus ability, counts. YOU may be the cleverest man in your lino living, but a wise man will elect to LOOK SMART as well as BE smart. Clothes help a business man to get what he wants. When I go after a contract, I rely on my Good Appearance — for which Job Taylor is responsible—to help me get the goods. . "When YOU go after business, sea that Joe. Taylor is there, in the shape of Well-Made, Excellently-Fitting Clothes, to open the Gates of Opportunity for You. So-called Oracles will tell you that Clothes don't matter. It's the Man, the\T'll say, th;it signifies, and tho Clothes are No where. These men are...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"BUSINESS AGENT" IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

"BUSINESS AGENT" IN TROUBLE.' Jobu McDonald, otherwise Kelly, uuiil re ccutly a busiuess agent with au oiGcc in the Temperance and General Buildings, . L:ttlo Coiliiii-aLroct, found himself facin? the City Court Iknch ua Thursday on a cbargo of bavin? obtained tbo sum of £5 by false pretences. Messrs. C. ft. Smith wick (chairman), 1\ O'Calla^hau, C. Gold* spiuk, and W. Bu.l, Js.P., oouiprised tbo Beneb, and Mr. T. O.'Fogarty defended. L>etectWo Hawkins said that a little while back a Mrs. Bonmc Cox, of Esseudoa, put her boarding-house iuto accused's hinds for wJo, and tbo laitcr scut a man named Uou^las to her, The latter looked through tbc placo aud was satisfied, he said, with it as a business proposition. lie agreed to purchase, and made an appointment to meet Mrs. Cox next day at Kelly's (or McDon ald'*) ullice, aud complete the sale. Mrs. Cox kept tbc appointment, and saw both Douglas and aocused, and alter talking mat ters over tbo latter suggested that each ahoU'd V-KRT UP...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. PREMIER WATT AND COLLEAGUES ROMP HOME. BY TREMENDOUS MAJORITIES. Salutary Lesson to Labor Party. "TRUTH" OUTLINES TACTICS THAT SHOULD BE PURSUED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

„ PREMIER WATT 'AND COLLEAGUES ROMP HOME. BY TREMENDOUS MAJORITIES. Salutary Lesson to Labor Party. "TRUTH" OUTLINES TACTICS THAT SHOULD BE PURSUED. Tho absurdity of that part of tlio Stato doctoral system which makes it mandatory that mombors of Parlia ment, on accepting portfolios, shall re sign their seats and stand for re-olcc tion against all-comer* was strikingly exemplified on Thursday. when tho trio of members of tho Liberal Administra tion who were faocd with Labor opno sition wore returned by .swingeing inn joritio.i. Kssondon has been for the Inst five years represented by tho Cabinet Minister who is now bend of the strong- i est Liberal tJovcrnment that has ever J boon in existonro in Victoria, and it is j ridiculous to imagine that tk^ elector* | of that constituency would reject him j to rnako room for a man who is un known and untried, find who, proh ably, has not half tho- Premiers ability. | •There was a curious cave-like comhin- 1 fition formed ni'ain^t Mr. Watt. b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ALLEGED ATTEMPTED ABORTION Accused Again Before the Court Another Remand Granted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

ALLEGED ATTEMPTED ABORTION Accused Ajain Before llie Court Another Remand Granted. The South Melbourne woman AJice Maud i Wi&e, ttho was remanded Jajfc week on a oharo'c of havin? feloniously used an lii- j strumtnt upon a youu^ woman named Bessie t Shields, was beforo the City Court on { Thursday, u.wl was ajuiu remanded for ei?ht days, D-jtocti?o John Murray tollinp the Beuch that the "irl was still in a very critical condition. The doctors trave her j just a reiuot" chance of recovery. Mr. I'. J. Ridgcway, who defended, ashed that accused's biil, which had been ttied ' at £500 on the assumption that the pirl's condition waa honsltss. be reduced to. 6av, £300. He thought accused, who was In ' custody since her arrest, would probably be able to obtain bail in that an:ount. There 1 was no fear that the ends of justice would ; bo defeated, as accused would bo >vel] looked after, and the jrirl had l.njrercd so ■ Ion? that, despite what had been R'lid, there i was at least a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ARCHIE KENNEDY'S ESCAPADE. A Comedy at Coburg. Thought He was Breaking Down His Wife's House. Has to Pay Damages. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

ARCHIE KENNEDY'S ESCAPADE. A Comedy at Coburg. Thought He was lireaking Down tlis Wife's tiOuSC. Has to Pay Damages. Archibald Kennedy, a raiddle-a^ed man, was charged before ft bench of honorary magistrates at Cobur* on Tuesday with hav ing vrJtuiy damaged a house in Moore's road, Ccburg, cn ibe 8th insl. It appears that Kennedy's wife had a disagreement. wilu hubby, and as a result "sloped" with the greater portion -of the furniture. Naturally Kennedy was annoyed, and he proceeded to demonstrate it by at templing to knock the house down with a hammer. He did not, however, bargain for Missus Kennedy's astuten ?. She had promptly sold the house to a Mr*. Emma Snialiman after Icuv'n?, and a* the time of Kennedy's escapade he, instead of damaging his wife's or his own property, was piling up a nice bill of damages against himself. It was a laughable piece of comedy that appealed to everyone ercepting tha defend ant, and possb'y Mrs. Smallrr.an. Mr. II. Evans appeared for defendant. Wi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MUMMERANDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

MUMMERAHDOM. A tbree^act drama with tba alluring title | "A Cry in the NiKbt" has been chosen us the ! new attraction for Hoyi's Pictures, the- reu- ! uezvous, uext the Theatre Koyul, for nil lovers of the "movies." Here are to be s-reu pictures to suit all tastes, the programmes ; submitted being a& d.Ttriified as humanly ; pofcsibic, with the result that patrons of ih;u ! class of entertainment, recognising where ! they Ret, if anything, more than their j money's worth, make a particular point of j r.s.tiiu; Hoyts regularly. i Ferry Convey, the musical clown that I joined the Opera House :umily this wed;, j hag just about tfot everyone tieLlcd to deaih. i He is really fuuuy, unit, unlike many $omc. what similar performers, really musical. The spindle.sbankod member of ibo l'eilt-v trampoline quintette become:, nightly u greater favorite than ever, while tbc clever work of his partners is alpo ricogniv.d. The fschmcttuns and lioia Roma are leaving uj, but their places are b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

LAB II HEALTH, STRENGTH AND VIGOR RESTORED IX FOUP. WEKKS BY THE USE 01" tea# ___ 1UU ONLY ISr.'.LLIBie r.EUEDV WEAKNESS AND DE3IUTY. Vtcri fcr over a garter r.» reatury -rifi unparalleled mx -e:* throujbo'JS the worid. Or. RICORD'S Essence of Life i l li'joD aoJ Ca. "FBEE-TO SiiFFEBEP.81 ••cm Ir.*in?;tion,L:verorKidncyTroublc5« Jisris'Ius/Oa'.lStoncs,Tuberculosis, Intertinl Growths, etc. Vcu are invited totryafrctf%t BOTTLE OF ViTABATIO atny expense. Scndpostalrolefor stamps) value l;-(»i>r postage .•.titl packing) and I will ji"ai''vliat«ilv ;c."d you tin: free trial bottle per po»t. Vitadatjo aires when allother t'catnicnlr. fail. Vjtahatio is so Id by all ciirnusts and stores, 3;6 andJ>/6 per bottle. Advice Pr ,15 nnti jtum) j/w , for full particulars and testimonials. PAUJER, <19, nindcra Una (off William Strut), KELBOURHE.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AGNES TOMLINSON'S TROUBLES. Peculiar Pranks on the Parade Alleged Against a Properly Owner. Discharged With a Caution. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

agn.ES tomlinson'S troubles. Peculiar Pranks on the Parade j Alleged Against a Properly ! Owner. | Discharged With a Caution. i r.llc^oa to have taken ' p'ace in the vicinity of an early liour of tue attention of a Bench of justices. presides! over bv Ur. W. Kain, at the Ccllinrwood Court on Friday, when Acrno Toni'inson, a~cd 55 years, who rcfidis in Cromwell street, was charred with having behaved in nation of nine network, oik! d the allocation. She was ilr. 1\ .1. Itidccway. }»v .Co::-'al>io John Davern wan an itilcrcnin^ one. It wa.- to the effect that while ho and Constable ..loKorrie w< r on plain-clothe? duty in Y:ctoria-pnrr.de at the woman nr.d three men, all ujvkt the influence of drink, near the intersection of llcudie-siroot. The quartette went cn to the reserve and sat under a tree for about hour. Purine that wn? the woman kept on SCBK.UI1NG AND LACGIUNO loudly. As sc:n as witness and his colleague ' walked towards these people they made off. j The female...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GRAY'S GLAD RAGS Do the Round of the OIe Clo' Joints. FINGER-PRINTS ON A BOTTLE. Doubting Justices Given Object Lesson by Expert. Two Men Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

GRAY'S GLAD RAGS Do the Round of the Qle CIo' Joints. FINGER-PRINTS ON A BOTTLE. Doubting Justices Given Object Lesson by Expert Two Men Committed for Trial. la polico court cases whoro finger.print IdcntijScitjorj has been availed of,It is gener ally tho rule that the expert's word that certain things arc idcuticai is accepted -with out question, but iu a case before tho South iMclbourae Court on Monday, the occupants of the bench, Messrs. Clarotorou^h and Dunbar, Js.l'., were very dubious, at first Bight, regarding the complete coincidence of the prima of one of tho accusi-d aud those found on a botiie in a house that had been robbed. Thu result v.-;;* an interesting ob ject lesson by Uricclivc i'otter. The pro K'ding jus:ices cach a pot of photos, ?o had conn.*"!, tin-. <Lp:.-,:tion clerk, and tho prcc?, and when ti: j L>;»eu had ltniF-hcd ex plaining the r.v<-n:y t;- ivhorcm tbo prints that iu which Henry Harney secondhand dealer, ef Ger;r;jur-.&...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RAILWAY EMPLOYEE DICK. Sued for Wife's Maintenance. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

RAILWAY EMPLOYEE DICK. Sued for Wife's Maintenance. At the Frahrnn Court cn Monday, William D. Dick, laborer at tho ^peivcr-streH rail way poods yards, xas nrra^icj to ahotr cause why he Lad not. pu'J £39 7.4. 6d. for the maintenance of his wife, Emuj^ Bid;. John Macnamara, cJerl: of courts evidene© that defondfliil hnrl failed U>-'me».t the maintenance or<U-r mad* a*:sji«l bus for the payment of £1 a wc-i:. Mr. Manchester, speaking on behalf J< fondant, endearorcd to parade tin.- pr.ti CARF.ER OF DICK before tbe press and p-il-Hc. maklu^ the fact of her barim," been a barmaid jt ihc Hot#-'. Mairopole, Perth, o flarim? point. Ho al?o referred to tbe fno! that she was the s'stT of tbe r--i*<rict!3 Peroy R.Trnag«, corr •jntVrod 'n h;s fa'h^rp. ilra. Dick apccalc-l t-j th'» tuisivrutea for pro'<"?Mon, u :•! ron-:dort>d tbe question* irrelevant. S'Jll finding herself at a disndTflntaT", bnwever. *Jie hurriedly ir.trtmct^d Mr. Ni^n to app...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SORROWS OF THE SNOWDENS. Children Supported by the State Snowy Must Ante-Up or Go to Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

SORROWS OF THE SNOWDENS. Children Supported by (he State Snonvy Must Ante-Up or Go to Gaol, Whnt a lovely milch cow the Vrctoriaa Government is to some people was :J*ustrat«d in t most striking' manner at the Filtroy Court on Tuesday, when Walter Snowd»n, a hitter, wu charged with hiring left his fm children without adequate mean* o? Support. There vu do appearance of Snow den. Jwie Snovden, a resident of >»ieholsoti strret, gave evidence that ber husband had not contributed towards the support of hi» five children for ever to loc2; therefore witness had to work when able to do so. i The Chairman (Mr. W. J. Beckett. J.P.): Then hew do you manage about fh« child Witnees: Thrre oct of tie five wo on the St^t«. And BOARDED OUT TO YOU, I sr.inposo?—Ye«. At whit amount?—£5 6s. s. month. I do not how a father can be charged ■with lectins hi.« children without support if they are ma:ntnine'1 :*t tk* eip^nsc of tho Government.—The department told me to brine my husband before the Court. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

D1L PATTERSON'S TANSY and STKKL PILLS. Til? only genuine renu-iiv. War.anted safe and i effective. "Price .r.a. C-i. per bat. i THE EMPlliE 1'IUj CO., tiufra Arcade, He!- I bourn*. 1

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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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