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FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

FHOM OUR EXCHANGES. A young man coming from Grafton to - Sydney for his health, jumped overboard from the steamer Clarence and was drowned . A quartz reef with veiy promising indications of wealth has been discovered jtiewrTarfcee'.'., ~\-T / ' ;{ - Wolfe's Schnapps people have given £40 towards the erection of the Jewish Syn«K ' Constable McCarthy, formerly stationed here, has been -promoted to the charge of ^the Batema^'s Bay Statipn. ? ? ? ? '''The' sentence 'ofde^th passed on^ Huttbn, alias Waterloo Tom; for - the Yu'emburt^ murder, ~has been.' commuted to teii years penal servitude, : .' The Chinese re-isted the Police, who endeavoured to prevent their landing at . Trinity Bay, . and smuggled . themselves - ashore by main force,. With the return of pastoral prosperity, the project of for warding beef in the carcase from Goulbnm to Sydney liis been re viewed. ' ' . . The/reported personation at the recent a Mudgee election ends in smoke, and turns * out to be merely the creation...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

ft I BEGA. JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL RACES, ; PBO OR 4. MM £-18 7 7, Pbesidbkt. — Mi'. W.'D.i Tarlinton, J. P. I ViOE-Prkbidest : — Mr. S. \V. Polack Tbkasdubu : — Mr. W. F. Allwoith Colli? ITTEE. — Messrs P.Kitby, T. Mooney.J. Couiwlly, J\ M'Giiiiiness, M. M'Alietcr, I H. Underbill, M.J.- Peden, _H. \jrown,W. Rixoti,T. Brq\yu,'S. Browii,iMi Jiiioiiey;.; f PTKT7ARDS J — Mf-SBIS, S.-W- Polaclt, .VognUS J. t Peden, T. Brown, H. Underbill; T. Moaney. ' ( CLEBfe OF CoujisB Mr, C.£M'Gregqr. | , First D ay— M onday , -stJ anuar y . ( (To. start alnonnjmnctualhj.) . ' t THE MAIDEN PLATE, valiio 50 sovb., [ willi ewee;:Blnl;e of 1 bov, each to *jo to the winner. Fur. all .maijlei^ioiseR at ' .. time of nomination (winners' of Two year . old Slnkes included') Penally for J winning thereafter (except for twnvear . . 4i1(1b)— -once, 5 lbs., (twice, or more, 7{lw, h licit. aoi'Umillnl ivi'. Distance mile- I ; Nomination 1 sov (part of entrance) to ? Iii) Bent io the undersigned on or before t November...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

Colonial Mdtijal Life Assueaijce SootETvJ-i-The foUowiig't«l%Rimhas been, received by Mr; iTeUley; the jfocal agent;— ' ' Business .transacted . for the half-year ?' .ending September 30*.' 1023 new policies ' « issued, : insuring' £264810, -'making an ' additional, income of £9053 12s;. 8d.' The continued and substantial success of. this eocietyjis the best proof that its prin ciples meet with public favour, while its extensive field of operatibtts ensures a Bteady alid increasing fiusingss. 'The Colonial will soon rankramongst the most '' successful Mutual/life Offices of the 'day. ? — frAbvr.] 7. ?; : Th e ' Yanfed Creek .i&eiyfisj kaving had - aipretty ^eyt^nsiyeipickirigby thestiuatters': under V ol un teer Land Orders and the 3 1st OlauBiV- Kn ^the , 17th arid 'TSth'.irieti., ,Were 1'bpen -to' the -selectors -out!- An address? was ( presented1 'to ;Mr. bshalf ' of the' '6bverement; expressive of ?satisfaction v#t' i 'Jig1 able . anA;. impartial ' ?conduct. ' : ????'?? ...

REPORTS. G. HASLINGDEN'S REPORT Bega, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

reports; -3. HABLIKQSEN'S pKPOET Itega, October SS. Store Cattle;— There is an increasing demand for this class of stock, 1 qriote : — Bollocks from £4 10s to £B Bs ; cows, £2 10-to'$3 5s : jparlings, £1 10s tb £2 ; mixed, from two totbroeyenrs, £2 to £3. I have to report sales this week, on ac count of Mr. ,Tobn Collins and others, of the fol lowing : — 80 bullock® at £5 ; 265 head mixed, from £2 6-! to £4. I have several sales pending, and expect, to report shortly. . . Springing heif rs are in good demand, twid those of good'qnality andfonvardwill sellreadily. Fat Cattle arc still scarce, and bring full rates. Landed Property.— I have' several desirable properties for sate, and shall submit two. magni ficent farms by auation, one of 826 acres, close to the township of Bega, on the 4 th November, end one of AEO acres near Bembooka, on the 13th of «ame month, A. U'ABTRUB AND CO'S MOKTHLT REPOI1T . Gippsland. Btore Cattle.— No arrival of stock from the in terior of New South Wales c...

Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

. Original Correspcmfllnce. j Our columns are open to correspondence on any subject of interest, bnt weiu no way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed, ^

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

. . ; MARHI A.GE. '???? TWTFORD— EoilNSON. — On Mon day, October. 16, at Wyndliatn. by the Rev. W. Baker, Robert Twyford, of Mcrimbula, to Martha RobinBon, of Wyndliara. gfQH ^IffubarJr. 7 Vm-!_ to our Principles. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1876.

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

LAND OFFICE. Thursday, October:19. v-.-!T Conditional Purchases.1 No. 12fi; — George JSercombe, cbunty . of Auckland, parish of Brogo, 40 acres,. gec- tiot-:21, being measured portion, N6. 109. No. 126.— Frederick Thomas Stennett, same county, parish of Bronte, 85 acres, bccuou 21, aajoinmg ms ozu acres., , No. 127. — Alexander M'Naught,' same county, parish of Bredbendoura, 40 acres, north of his 80 - acres, being the land ap plied for by W. Condon. No. -128.— Thomas Seccombe, same county, ' parish of Puen Buen, 275 acres, section 21, adjoinining his 820 acres, being the land applied for by Joseph ' Beresford. , . , . TnCESDAY, OcTOB.EB 26. No. 129. — John Jones, County of Auck land, parish of Tantawanglo. 60 acres, section 13, south of Eobert Williams' land at head of Stoney Creek, and adjoining Carl Bauer's eastern boundary. - ? ? J No. 130. — JamiK Collins, same county, parish of llogilla, 40 acres, section 21, ad joining northern boundary of his former (elections. Total Receipt...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

Ministers' Visit. — Mr. Clarke Las ?written to Mr. Peden that he had an inter view with Mr. Robertson on Satur4ay, and that it is arranged that the Premier and one of his colleagues will visit Bega per steaiuer, leaving Sydney ou Tuesday, 7th November, and that tliey purpose landing at Tortlira. The Committee in vite all persons desirous of aiding in the ar. rangements for the reception to meet at the Court House, on Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.ml Church or England.; — Mr. Eaunce re turned from his trip on Wednesday, and we are happy to say liis health is greatly improved, lie -will officiate at St. John's, .to-morrow. The Towns' Police Act.— The Act that is to be put in forcc on the 1st prox., is very stringent ir^ its regulations, aud if carried out to the. letter, it will ? be a rod of iron in comparison to which municipal self-government is mildness itself. Cajjdelo. — We are informed by Mr. Kirby that from November 1st, the duties of the Post Office will be discharged by Mr. R. M....

TO EDITOR OF THE BEGA GAZETTE. (Per favour of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

TO EDITOU OF THE BEGA GAZETTE, CPfr favour of Jhe Bega Standard.) ? Sib,— I see by a recent issue of your paper that allusion is made to' the conduct of one of the proprietors at a' late Jockey Club meeting,, which I conclude refers to mysel£ , Being presumptuous (as it is put), I venture to believe you' are the writer, under the incog, of ' One of the Club.' I hold that. I- had a perfect right to say what I did at the meeting.; the public were called together to consider general matters connected with the annual races, and I attended and gave my reasons for being opposed to raising the subscrip tion. I perceive that a discussion recently took place-in connection with ;-the Aus tralian Jockey Club, when it was mooted to increase its subscription, and I think the local club cannot object tp ! being an imitator of -&at body ^ !-Btit, .apart from this, the advertisement that led .me to at tend the meeting, also gave me the , power- to support or oppose the passing of a by: law ...

BEGA AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

BEGA AGRICULTURAL AND ' PASTORAL SOCIETY. The yearly general meeting for the election of officers 'and committee for the ensuing year, was- held at the Court House on Tuesday afternoon. There was a large at tendance of members, and. considerable enthusiasm seemed to pervade the meeting. in tue absence ot tne President and Vice Presidents, Mr. G. P. Kerrison was voted to the chair. Subsequently Messrs. Gowing. and DArcy, V.P.'s, put in an ap pearance, and Mr. Wren, the retiring President, sent word to say he had been compelled to leave town and could not attend the meeting. The Secretary read the Treasurer's financial statement, published below, and the statement was adopted subject to an audit. The amount of the. annual subscription was then considered, and Mr. Braine moved and Mr. Peden seconded, that the subscription be fixed for this year at 20s. Mr. Peden proposed and Mr. P. Hand seconded, that Mr. Neilley be appointed Honorary Secretary for the ensuing year : Carried. For the o...

(To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

( 7b the Ediior of the Bega Standard.) ; . ?Sib, — IJiad ?np iiitentioA -of- taking?' the Slightest notice of the yile taasli' which ap peared in the charity dispensing Gazette, of the 19th instant, but by a .sttange:,coin cidence an English review came to hand, so faithful, true, characteristic, ttfid ' con clusive, that I give it verbatim. T„ ? . . JLLt, - jjy41UWM -U a ' -* £ *i — i'FUj . where, for two-pence per day, ' papers. . can be Seen from every yart of the world, and a critic there gave the following review of a paper, termed th e Bega Gazettti — This paper, away from its cradle, and 'read with. other, .papers professing the bioad .and li beral views of mankind, appears to he a journal . without influence or respect; its greatest aim. heing to feed diicnrd, by becoming a bullying ?partizan in every difference. . ' IChe Editor would, if there were belief in bis writing,, constitute himself, in his conceit, not only, judge oi his neighbours' mindsand actions, hut dictator a...

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, October 24. (BeforeMessrs. Lane, Peden, and Jauncey.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

'? 'POLICE COURT, ^ - Tuesday, October 24. ( BeffireMeasrs. Lf ne, Peden, and Jauncey.) William Burton was chargcd by Charles Challiuor with assaulting him on Saturday last; '4'hc charge iarose ^opt^-efv a- dris-{ turbance, caused by the complainant j^t lJu Zeera's entertainment the previous night, ; nnd as it seemed clear to the Bench thnf the complainant was the agressor in the tjrst instance, the case was dismissed.. . \f Lu Zeera next appeared to answer the: same charge, and in her ignorance of the English ., law nnd language, ' sher pleaded guilty, nnd was fined it shilling and costs, : with the option of imprisonment until \he rising of the court,, an option the lady availed herself of, and sat in the Court until the business was over, thus ' spirit-: ing ' the complainant out of his fide and costs. Another, assault, summons wasdismissed, the Game parties having been previously bound over to keep the peace. ? The tables were then turned on Challinor, who it was proved had . be...

SHIPPING EDEN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

[?] KDElf. - AmtlTRD. ISth October — ' Ellen,' sptir., papt, Nichol: (on, from Sydney. Manipcst. ! S cs liine juipe, 38 bgs sfigar, S bgtjrlce, 100 | }-scks flour, R. M. Brotwl 1 1-cbst ten, U'bg« Bait, ease, It. Ritchie. 2 os, pkg brooms, 2 pkgs buckets, nest tub*, pask, case, pkg paper, J. M. Mijber 1 os, 6 chests tea, 8 Jrc'icsts dp cs vincgnr, en pickles 2 cs J » m cs sjrup uoi wuiouk 5 csks ale 4 casqs 60 J-scks flour 2 i=cks meal 10 BCts flour 22 bngs suit bale pnper M. J. Pedea 42 piqe boards 2 dpoi* pkg sashes ease P. ' Manning lOscks flour Underbill 1 os bin'ts cs pinkies G boxes fl perms 6 bxi ten cs noas 2 cs beer 6 cs brandy Cos gin couch table drum oil 4 kegs paint, bdl spades J.'Oontielly ; 3 bx6 6'ap ctk vinegar 2 cb jam cs pickles en salt 8 cs ksrosene 2 bxs candles 3 cs sundries 16 bgs sugar 2 bcJlB g. tubs 2 do buckets !i do bedr steads casTc A. French 41 casks beer 10 cs charopague 10 empty casks djay T, Mpcmey : ? ' ii 1 table Bram'o - ' - ? ? 8 cs g. iron 2 bdls...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

? wr 7.' ?? ?' | _ CompajSyi'.'-1^ '?'' , y1.'.1.'.;' % i ft IQICKLT' ^leameriybetwi'ph i 835DKES ? oiT^JKTRRA'i f» i'-* 'i- N'. ' '' . IOumi^YOKKT eviryi®JESDAY!i|ifc9'a:H ftlWA' i!';)f,Y-iV'n'in'g.0 K)ntiWV5^^S(jn'B'!fiBllln^ ii 1 AflTRA each way, weather Jieniiitunf -at vt'Ml.-ij — Hd i-«- .suf*.! ? eB uudrfFelghtfl #_ Vety.kg#. Balte. ,-JiO .Omrfiier AiBdeTffor, iHeals irduring - tb , »i--'BgfB.of these Bt¥fimev».',!:i,5 iii!iV-; ;.,' |«- I'Moii,, Mr.'Keon, ; ''and ' it', u'art'h'raf 'Captili Pt0L&» /' ; _ tjjdn$v, '14(htrf«^^874;v *' i t!X r 'BfiODtAB.iCOMMDMIoATlOlt' ' ~S££&£fe ' TARTHBA^ * pjjiJS^Iendid ^p^J-tig«ra$A« '*.* . Wii* :i--} tflifWr ? -I1 V- 'TH'ifli ??„? ? v-.v- pote.1 for her fasi anil 'fceular^jiissagrayWIHt) fiiturtS'lJON^lliCGOjiAtlliTJibeijwceaJrBydfaej .jmd jllldciijCalJiusfiBt T^thhieach way. , tw-; s ? ' SJi v. f u U to, ,'pajMfrf Bpiling'^nd ji^iaVf^reigt^ appiy ti) ',''' .'? ' ';i ' 1 ' '? v 8?*' 'h; 'SDiiOMDN, ?'. ? . .* ?? ^ ' ? j'? .Ba...

(By Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

{By Eltclric Telegraph.') « ». d. ] Butter ... ... ... 0 1 0 per .lb. Cheese... ? 0 0 10 Bacon ? ? ... 0 0 9 Hams ... ... ? ? J3 1 0 Maize ? ... ... 0 :3 0 per bus. Hides ... 1 ? 0 0 2 per lb. Bark ? ? 5 0 0 per ton. Tlonr ? 14 0 0 ' Tallow... . ... . ? 32 0 0 per ton. Potatoes ... ... ' ... BOO. „ Pigs, per lb ? ... 0 0 6 £2, Sussex-street, Sydney, October, S7 1S76.

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 October 1876

COMMERCIAL, JilOi rfTAKDAIlD OFr}CS, Friday evening. We received the following priccs current by iclogram this (Friday) evening Hinut Peiertlt k Co's rnicE List. , (11 y Eleetrit Telegraph.) \ £ a. d. j Maira .., , ... ... ... . 0 3 0 per bus Hide* ? ? ... Of) 3' ' lb Pigs ... ... ... ... 0 0. 6 ' lb Bacon ..' ? ... .0 0 9 ' ' BnlteT... ... ... ... 0 1 0 ' ' Cheese ... ... ... 0 0 -Q ' Potatoes ? 8 0 0 ' ton Wattle Bark ... ... ... 8 0 0 ' : ton .. {13 Suasex-Btreet, Sydney, , October 87 1878 j J. Mell.idat'8 Pbicb List. j

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

BEG^T^E^CLUB A N NUAL R A CE S - PEO G E A Iff Iff E— 1 8 7 7 .' Pesidkxt.— Mr. \V. D, Tnrliiton, J. P. ' Vice-President j — Mr. S, \V. Polack Tri:abubSrj — Mr. \V. Fi-Alljvorth ^ ; Committee. — Messrs P. Kkhy,.T. Mooii'cy, J.' ' Connelly, }', M'Guiimess, .M. M'Alister, H. Underbill, M. J. Pvden,H. lirowh,'W. Kixon.T. Brown, S. Brown ,M iM oou cy ? 6TKT7AnDS!— Messrs, S..W,Pu|(ick, .» sgnus J. Peden. T. Brown, H. Underhill, T. Mo -ney, CtEUKoF CoDEaj£.;^-Mr. C. McGregor; First Day— Monday y 1st January. ( To start at norm punctually.) '? The majdfn plate, value co sovr., with sweepstake of 1 sov. each I o go to the winner. For nil maidoh hriises at tin»! of nomination (winners of Two year old Stakes ineliiHcd-) Penalty for winning thereafter (except for twoyear olds) — once, 5 lbs., twice, or njnre, 7IIi8, rot accumulative. . ..Distance 1£ mile Nomination 1 sov (part of entrance) to lie sent to the mideiKi tied on or before November 20, at 7.30 p.m. Tialnncc of entrance, with sweep,...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

;i JfflffiOUUDED. ^ tMWl0§DED'6n;.31st October. I87«. from I Blbburde naddock. next eMul Flat, .Bega, ujMjreJiyt te ^ fc; St)dtfca|Sp3ked lHeifer.- 8.ti- l ytars, -btaijd like .lp orW^^Wtop.j^wUieriS'iia.'*.,,:. ? ? 4 G I' 1(5 ^ '! Ifio^.j(reJea®e3.^»i|)rtieS(.!dJi-n^5^p*D^eP1tic'' ;?(. Bfi^WN. Poundkeeper. i : j ? : — ? —T-; . AGEIGT^LWtfAi AND ASS0C^P^; ^ '.HHl iA^'^tTS £. fi H:0-W ' .1! fwill he held 'cAi thV\45otaetyV iGmund. iegB^ OQ^THCRSDAY & DAY, Marct Htb ana lti^;-:3877:STie^^niisday.«nd ^pday U& fo^5 tJt, Pajpck's Rajr.9 W ?'. . iJ' Further particulars))) ftilinslssno. *. C, .? .' .,? i ; . 'WM. NEJLLEV, ' ? 'r'.K .) / ' .^?t'B'i^eC; .' i- IN THE ASSIGlSfED -ESTATE _ OF MRS !E StMA SHARP E, N O Ti C E. ' AXjL Persons INDEBTED tp the... above Es tate are requesteH tn'pav their Accounts .farthvritb'to.Mr. A. J. POT1EB, Candelo. ot.lipr-, ; wise legal proceedings will' be taken to ^recover 1 the same. \f i:,',,.- ?; t.' ?-.= . GEORGE MYERS 1 Tnirt-oa , ; i ja...

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

FEtJM^UR EXCHANGES. -- Mr. Guy has erected a new sawmill at Bateman's Bay. Mr. M'Kay, a wealthy squatter near Singleton is about to erect a mansion at a jcost pf close.on -£J 5,000^ ] % ^efMbrdya fojk^-are^tirrilig in mcu% matters.. Their *Jo.ckey Club met thi* week'for ejection o&committee, There is a great stir in the cattle market at Goulb&rn, tbep*f.(riops-Hgcnts adverti6,e orer 280' head for auction in last Satnr-. ?davls ?.pniuer,-;:. .- -. ^ - . - ? ? ? r rH(Mr. Montague, ,£he jnember for Monaro, was to-be entertained at .a public-, dinnei in Cooma on Thursday evening last. _ . -j. , The eastern roof oflhe W'esleyan Church,, 'Ba'main, which was ibjnred during the l&te. gale, fell in-frith '.'a tremendous crash last, week. Fortunately rio-bhewas injured. Mr,.T., Ega.n, a residerit~in the.Mornya. ^i.strijitior.^vw 33..^'ear8^ died last, jveek at/, v the: age of 58 years. ' The deceased' was an.' ? upright innn and. Wghly esteemed, . j - The Bomb'ala Seho...

LATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. London, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

XATE3T NEWS FROM EUROPE. [bEOTER's TELEGRAMS Ti- THE ' HESALD.'] The Eastern Qdestion. I London,- October 14. I The conditions ' upon whieh the Porte will agree to an armistice, 'until March next are — the present possession by Turkey or the evacuation :by Servia of her positions, : the delegates of the -Great ^Powers to settle ;the details. ? ' -. * The Porte asks that the entry of arms arid volunteers fro^n ..foreign.: nations into Servia and Montenegip^hall be prohibited, and will reject an armistice while numbers ?of Riissiahs are j oiningth'e Servians. ; ; - . Ireland.. .: ., .-,?- -r ;', The Earl of Abereorn has resigned -the Iioird-Lieutenaiicy of : Ireland,' and will be 'succeeded by theDuke!6fMarTt»fough. Rumours J^ajj.'— A JPanic. ' - : -r ^'T'Sitidon^October 20. There' Was a reinour df prospects of war, ivfhich caused :'a 'panic1 on 'the Stocfc Ex ciiange. . Foreign stocks ^ fell heavily, es pecially Russian. All home .securities suffered inuch. Consols .dropped 1 J, and ...

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