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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

COLONIAL, INTELLIGENCE.,, ; . There,... lias, been another > ^attempt xto! fri'ush?^the,. Camp; at iCastlemaine-by 'thej .diggers. .A meeting, was'hekl with'"'ail tyiew to'bring/this: question to? an 'issue.! A person named - Aberdeen commenced; to | sink a hole; lie was arrested and is<now! out on bail. : " 11 • ' • ,1 Mr. - 'Duffy, M.P., is' at Sydney, where j lie upon;his arrival met with a most splen- i did> reception. ; ; Adelaide 1 hasvbeen ■ visited witlx- several > severe dust storms,.-which have been,ycry! injurious to the'eye-sight. ' . MAGNIFICENT-•■•^H-KNOM-ENON.-—Oil Friday evening-, at seven o'clock, an ex traordinary phenomenon v was • observed- in the heavens. A ball of fire suddenly ap .peared.. in' mid: air, and< darted along- in a straight'line*,over about-'a»>third of1 the sphere, leaving behiiKl it a'train of vapory like the tail of the .comet. It then'burst like a-rocket, but without , noise, falling1 an a shower of sparks, .wh...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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NEWS OF THE WEEK. PROROGATION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

NEWS OF THE WEEK. PROROGATION OP THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Thursday, 20th instant, the Sessions were brought to a close. At one o'clock the firing of cannon in dicated that the Acting- Governor was on his way to the house, and in a few minutes afterwards the Sergeant-at-Arms an nounced that His Excellency was .approaching. The Colonial Secretary, the. Attorney General, the' Collector of Customs, the Surveyor-General, and other officials, re ceived His Excellency at the door, and all .the members rose as he entered the Council chamber. Major-General Macarthur was attended by his. Aide-de-Camp, and Pri vate Secretary, passed in and took his seat upon the raised dias at the upper end of the House, and sat down in a chair on the left side of the Speaker. Having- requested the members to be seated, his Excellency read the following speech:— 11 Mr. Spealter. and Gentlemen of -the Legislative Council: " It gives me much pleasure to be. able to rplieve you from your legislative duties. "Y...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). March 22.—Gloncoo, barque,. 160 . tons,, T. hang froin Hobart Town. TunibnU and' Co.j •agents.. • March -22.—Macquarie, schoioncr, 130 tons,' Capt.'Dodd, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. March 2G.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 -tons, B. White, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co. agents. March 20.—Helen S. Page, barque, 226: tons, T. Spring, from Hobart Town. Turnbull ■and Co,'agents. March 27.—Storm Bird, p.A.s.N.-Co'-s -Steam er, 75 tons, J. B. SydserfF, from Melbourne; Passengers—cabin; Messrs Tomplptonj i John Cameron, Duricll,, and I|homas, tMr.,,ancl .Mi's. Parr. Steerage, 11: . ' CriuARED -OUT. " • March 25.—Melbourne,'brig,'17G tons/Gool'gc Stewart, for Hobarfc.Town. ' r • i Marcti 26.—Glencqe, barque, 1 GO tons, Thomas Lang, for Hobart Town. ' , . . ; jaii'OiiTS.' ■' ' ' ■ ' March -22.—Glencoc,: from1 ttlobart Town; 7000 palings; 500 spieces quartering,- j700 rfeot boards, 20 casks bottled beer, 3 pekges-saddlery, 1 roller, or...

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DOGBERRY ON MAGIICDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

DOGBERRY': OJNT' MA ftl 017)13. [from • Melbourne JRimeh.] j '' .Nature never, produces her great' men ari!duplicate.—There was but one Solomon,, Ibut.'one 'Sir 'Matthew;'Hale, but one* Sir.' iThomas Mqrejrbiit. one Judge Story; < and jtliere.,iis ,;but one-<Captain > Vignolles,—| \Pv/neU's Captain Vignolles,—Victoria's ' jVignolles^tlie y Vignolles , of Ballaarat. [This;'stipendiary and oracular, magistrate, iean'i be. ethical,,humorous and judicial,' all Jin a breath.': He will;discourse on a moral; {obligation like Sir James Mackintosh; jest: jlike Gilbert n.'Beckettj and decidelilce Draco:>" .jj£.t tlie, Ballaarat police court,-on 'Thursday - ilast, one1 James Bacon was summoned for' 'killing ; ar magpie, the property of one j James McCarthyalbeit thedefendant Concluded on the fourth, fage. Continued from the page. ! contended that the bird was his own-pro-" .perty, and he : was therefore entitled to' wring its neck.—But the stern Minos of 'the Ballaa...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

Sale.—A speciai meeting of the justi- ces of the Peace for the Police District of Sale, will be held at Court House, Sale, on Tuesday, the 15th April, 1856, at Twelve o'clock noon for the Special pur- pose of taking into consideration applica- tions made to them for Publicans' Licenses. Applications, to be lodged with the Clerk of Petty Sessions on or before 25th instant.                     A warrant has been granted by the Sale Bench for the apprehension of Charles Miller, who was admitted to bail to take his trial at Alberton on the 12th May   next, and who it is supposed intends to es- cape from the Colony. Description :— Black hair, dark eyes, sallow complexion, pockpitted, black whiskers, about 40 years   of age, knock-kneed and left leg broken.   Information to the Police, Alberton, or Inspector of Detective P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 28 March 1856

•' adyertiSements/ ' • . :■[ -;(STBAM TO MELBOURNE, 1 commencing 1ST, FEB.,. 1S56. mi-ie Port Albert Steam yjiJiwIliix Navigation Company's fine' 'a^®aia**I^new screw. steamer STORM; i BIRD, J. B.' Sydserffj Commander, will sail from the Company's Wharf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually; Pares—Cabin £5 ' j Steerage1'£2 5s.: ■ ■ , : v '! '-Freight, per ton £2 , < '■ For Freight:or 'Passage ;apply to^ j WM. DOH'ERTcYy Manager, ; 127*03 Port Albert, 31st Jan., 185G.I THE half-)' early. Meeting- .of tliesliave liolclers of;. Navigation, Company; willjbe lield, at .Port albert/ 'on 'thursday) ■ thie 3rd April next,j 1856, at twelve o'clock'noon. 234-0 ' ' wil DOIIERTY, Secretary.; NORTHERN ASSURANCE. company ; .1 LONDON. ' ■' i Established 1836. .■< , . ;'v •tnoorp9bated: by. Act. of; Parlia * ment, for ''.Fire::ahcl:il'ife ' Assiirances. - Capital £1,359,-760 sterling-. !; ./t :/i ^ w^btjlil and'eo; ;v,j:!}0 :ifh ,?"=o !:;U; h >vj< ' ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALEETIT"). April 2.—Storm Bird, P. a.s.n. Co's Steam er, 75 tons, J. B. SydserfF, from Melbourne; Passengers—cabin; Mr. Davis, the Misses Davis, and,Mrs. Grimes. Steerage, 2. April 3.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Uroucher, from Hobart Town. W. Croueher, agent. CLEAIiED out. Nil. imports. ' April • 3.—Mariposa, from Hobart Town; sundries. extorts. '! Nil. ■ VESSELS IN port. April4.—Storm Bird, for Melbourne; Mariposa, from Hobart Town. . The Mariposa left Hobart Town oil Monday, 24th ;ult.,;at • 5 p.m., and arrived at the Heads on the 29 th' ult.,-but' owing, 'to. slight easterly ..winds and calms, she'could, not get-up to (the Port xin til yesterday (Thursday,, April'3rd.)' , , ' , ,

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAND CRICKET MATCH. BETWEEN NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. GRAND CRICKET MATCH. BETWEEN NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA. The long-talked-of match between the cricket-players of Victoria and New South Wales commenced on Wednesday, on the ground of the Melbourne Cricket Club, Richmond Paddock. The wickets were pitched at half-past ten o'clock. The day being fine, there was a large concourse of people present. Four commodious marquees had been erected to the right of the wickets looking from the club-house, for the accommodation of visitors. On the other side of the house, the Emerald Hill Club had erected a large tent. At the gate there was a spacious refreshment room, at which there appeared to be an ex cellent business doing, viands of various kinds being dispensed throughout the day ■without intermission. Next to the refresh ment-tent stood another business concern, whose dimensions were considerably smal ler, but its products were as widely dif fused, and as eagerly devoured, as those of its more imposing neighbour. It...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

Egg" We talis the prhent opportunity to inform- our, readers: that this Number is the first of'another quarter, and. at the 'same time respectfully intimate that the subscriptions for the same should be punct ually paid. " . ■ NpTIjCE., , \ We beg to intimate. to our Melbourne friends 'that, Messrs.., Gordon, Gotch/s and Co., 99, Collins-street-west, are the authorised Agents for, this Journal in Melbourne.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Saturday, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

COMLIERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.. - -i ' jSrELBOIJHKE PiliCES. CTIRRENT. ' , 1 , ' • 11 w, ~ i Vi* i -' * ftnt.imln.v. i\Tn.rf?1i .SO- * r; . ..: Ai.k—Bass's, per hhd ,. „:.....;...J,1£10 10;V0 Worthington and llobinson's^Nd^S • 10, i 0, Allsopp's UTo. 3, per hhd. 't.10 0 0 . Burton Brewery.■Company'.1 !■ il0*'0 '0 : Other brands, per.hhd,-'- i , '8 110 •. 0 Alsopp's, dozen lis Gd. Byass?s,>- dozen i 10s ■ Gd; to lis,. ' ' ' ' , ' Pouter—Barclay, in wood,' per hhd' ;';£8yO; , Truman's'X/ - -<J ; do .. -• . 'do > > ' ■" 7 0' 0 . Truman's XX, , / do, < do< , ,s 8 0 i Oi Byass's, per dozen, -quarts: 12s::Whitcbrcad's; stout, per do/en 12s. , Bdtteii—-Cork dbl. rose,'2nds, ,per.lb! Is Od American butter, per 11>, ibest ls'5d/ » 'v , .Canmes—Belmont sperm;. sixes, i per-: lb:;2sj Compositej per lb. Is SdvMpuld, tallow, pcrlb^d.y ■'-'Cojpi'be, per lb.—Ceylon,'.plantation,.." 1 s.to' Is: ldji.Tava 8id: to lOd; 'Jamaica ls.1 to Is. Id .' Flouk—Town made...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

advertisements: ' STEAM to melbourne,- ' " commencing-! l'ST- i?eb.^ '185G.-• rni-ie ' Port' .Albert';•; Stfertm Navigation! Companyfs fine 'new: screw .1 steamerH-st0rm bird, J. b. Sydserff, Comninnder, will sail .from the Company's Wharf for.'above Port every, Friday,■ at .11' a.m. punctually. Fares—Gabm .£5. Steerage £2 5s. ; , .Freight, per ton £2 for Freight or Passage apply to > - ' WM.1 doiierty, Manager/ ' 127*03 Port'Albert,' 31st Jan., 185g1 advertisements: R. , • Chief Secretary's Office, . Melbourne, 17th March, 1856. "TDERSONS willing- to undertake the duties of Collectors for the under mentioned Electoral districts, under the Electoral Act 19 Victoria, are requested to forward their names'" arid "addresses to the Chief Secretary without delay. No applications will be entertained un less accompanied by testimonials of character and local knowledge of the district for which application is made. By His Excellency's Command, /.: ; WILLIAM C. IIAINES. 16. Electoral Distr...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, [?]th April, 1856. THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

SLatiiXt ^ttarjJtaUv Friday, &th April, 1856. THE NEW PARLIAMENT. The authority of the mother country, over1 this colony may'almost he said to have ended with the deatli of the Legislative, Council. To1 be sure Great Britain retains' the power of appointing' the Governor, and ' a veto on certain:- laws j hut henceforward ' the authority of' the ■ Governor,; either for ' good oi- ill, will be so limited, that he will be little more'than a/mere automaton • and we may be perfectly at our ease respecting the veto, as; it will very rarely, if ever; be exercised, n So that the management of our whole- ■ affairs is; now entirely in'' our own hands,' and-whether they shall be managed, in . such a way as to conduce to the progress and prosperity of the Colony or the reverse, depends1 upon the colonists themselves.' . It will-be well .for our fellow-colonists to' beware. of: falling into the serious error of supposing1 that, because we have obtained the New Constitution, and with it t...

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EXPLORATION OF NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

EXPLORATION OF NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. The Melbourne Morning Herald gives the following notice of the Exploration " The first, intelligence from Mr. Gregory's Expedition, which started from Sydney in July last, reached Melbourne a few days back. Dr. Mueller, the Government Botanist for Victoria, had decided upon ac companying. .tlie-party^ ~and-—had—made ~ several collections of plants in Moreton Bay, for .transmission to England. . The only.:;particulars, however, yet received of the actual commencement of thejoiirney -through the interioi', are continued in the Subjoined 'extracts from a private. letter, which appeared in this paper onSaturday, last:—' 1 1 ' \ ■ . Moil til of Victoria River, - !' !/■ ' Indian Ocean,/ i ^September '21stjlS55.: { Dear Brotiier"'; and . Siste'r'.-I—I avail' myself; of rtlus, tLe only opportunity of wi-i tin'«•. ;y oil,.'ac rough outline of lour journey'from - Sydney to"jth'e' present ^time.i We made"'a'very'fine passage'to'More ton Bay in 611 Lours; "amv...

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BANKS AND BANKING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

BANKS AND: BANKIN G •Those who liaye lived some years.in ;Gipps Land can. testify as to the- great -want: lalways-: feltof- a circulating;- medium <;in Bank-notes, Gold, &c. And they will :easily recollect the -time wlien nothing but, Orders. on refractory agents*«were t to i ibe s seen, and unany of these orders payable • at ■ such places as Hobart Town, Melbourne, or . Sydney. This was not all.- . The times, were, then when " Cash was short> and '' credit shorter'" than it is possible to con-. ceive now, audit :: often-happened1 that the ' shepherd, laborer; 'artizan,.: or storekeeper, i receiving1 payment, in ■ this indirect, fashion, had the - mortification of beholding. these; orders returned with; a .few words' of signi- > ficant import attached,"too.'often:: shewing' their partial1 or utter valxielessness. ; • ; Then again it-would occur that.the,in-v dividual receiving these orders/ rather-than - submit, to the severe ordeal awaiting-- him/' would fr...

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AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. ,„.Iln_mQiieJLm.iane.ficc.asiQn.ffie.Iiaye_di— rected attention to Agricultural. Statistics. Our motive in doing so is, because we look upon correct Agricultural Statistics as of supreme importance to the farmer,1 of^gi-eat value to the merchant,, and of general in^ terest to the whole community^ These views we stated, in an article on'the: sub ject, some time ago, and we have. been, ful ly borne: out in our opinion by the; report of the. Select Committee of the Legisla • tive Council on Agricultural and Horticul tural Statistics, since' published; In .re ference to the, general advantage< of .such the Committee say — i i o; • ".Inasmuch as such statistic returns areofmo monfc to the comfort and well-being of f.the "popu lation'of this province generally, and of .particu lar consequence to thc " tillers of' the soil," your. ■ committee arc !of opinion that it;is desirable thafr prompt measures should be taken .to. obtain them . These returns iiF m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. 1st January, 1856, the Gipps Land ^ Guardian Subscription and Circulating' LIBRARY will be opened to the public, consisting of Works by the following authors, Sir Walter Scott, Dickens, Lever, Capt. Marryat. Gait, ifcc., &c. Crnits. TO THE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. £2 2 0 ".. .. per annum. 10 6 .. .. per quarter. TO THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. Per volume, Is.—Deposit, 10s. Any party keeping a book longer than a week will be charged one shilling extra for every three days beyond that time. Parties receiving boohs mill be held responsible for their good keeping. Any boohs lost must be paid for; and if belonging to a set the whole must be replaced. A Catalogue may be seen at the Office. Port Albert, 28th Dec. 1855. pHILDRENS BOOKS on sale at the ^ Gipps Land Guardian General Printing Office, and Stationery Warehouse, Port Albert, are Cassell's Pictures for the Young Cassell's Illustrated Scripture Library for the Young The Alphabet of Trades The Alphabet of Virtues A v...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

; ; LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I : Erratum'.—-Among' the 'arrivals by the «Storm' JBird'h&t: \veek/we;gpve:tlie names lof Mr.1 and'Mrs. EaiT, itisliould' have been [merely Mr.'Parr. | Title Deeds.—The following _ Deeds. 1 of 'land' purchased in this district, are readjr j for delivery to the grantees, ait the Treasury, iMelbourne :— ' ' ,, ' ' ' iLeontirie Burland^Sr., Alberton •, , , .. ; ; Jolin, Poster, seven deeds, eacli for 70a. y i one 66a. Sr..; -one 63a.1 lr. 13p.; six, 06a; j • 2r; 25p;;; oiie' 336a.,( 3r. ; 20p.f; - three, I -r 100a.and .four 66a.', all in the parish; of Sale. ' , 11 ' • , j John Gellion, 22a.; li'.28p.,*, Alberton i John Gellion,:101a. ;lr. 14p., Alberton ; f John- Gellion^ 158a. 0r.,30p., Alberton i John' Gellion, 103a. 2r.' 16p.,' AlJje'rfcon r l:tichard'Hiho, '30a.lj''YaiTani' Yarrarn . >-■ ! John Kingy 8a., Ho'sedale" i Johnr?Lucas, 2r., Alberton' ■■ v, ' . .' ; Edward'Martin) l'48a.,'Alb'erton • ,, ; Edward Q'M'eara,. 17a. Sr.113p.,' Alberton i E...

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CORRESPONDENCE. LYNCH LAW. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Omeo Diggings, 18th Feb., 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 4 April 1856

■ CORRESPONDENCE?': i:';;1 ! iViJi lit.," ' i LYNCH'LAW.5 l"'' 1 < i * y ^ f i tx 1 ' To the Editor of tM'Gippi Land Guardian'. . . -iOmeo Diggings, 18th Pel).* 185G. n» ?; - v i ' — i<~ i < >iii Sm,--^-Yesterday evening ■■ (Sunday) our, small community was thrown into a state of. tlvc greatest excitement: by amovolty;of- ,no;.ordinary nature, tout to be thoroughly comprehensive,i(must enter into a short preamble of the circumstance, out of which the commotiby emAriated "• • A few weeks agoji nJman of the nnme oftBennct, (an American), an, old '.resident on this . crcek, having worked lip' liis' ciaim,' shifted about a mile down the river, thereby necessitated to ■ abandon his log-cabin,.arid.being desirou^, of reservingjthc, same, in the event of liis requiring it himself after wards, offered the use of' it to a,'mafi' Known as Jack the Sawyer, a person recently arrived on the diggings. from Gipps Land, which offer was of course accepted; ^tlic s...

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NO STATE AID TO RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

NO STATE AID TO RELIGION. ! The lecture giveniLy Dri Langyon Wed nesday nig'ht, in the Protestant flail on 1 tlie subject of State And to Religion was, we are sorry to say it, but very thinly at tended. This is in all probability to' be attributed to the circumstance of its not having' been made sufficiently public. The worthy doctor was very well received, and g'ave, a very interesting' discourse upon .the' subject." lie observed that, during' the first three, centuries of • the history of Christianity, it: not: only subsisted, but made its way throughout the Roman Em pire without any 'support from the State.. 'It was therefore untrue to say that Chris- ; tianity - needed' State support;' It no sooner-received- that support than its strength was withered" and its beauty pas sed away like a morning cloud. The lec turer then proceeded to trace •'the evils which had arisen through the1 interference of the Emperor Constantine witli the church. >Hes also; traced the various diffi cul...

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REGISTER REGISTER REGISTER [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 11 April 1856

REGISTER! REGISTER! REGISTER! " The battle of the Constitution must be fought in the Registration Courts." We repeat this well-worn saying because of its applicability to the circumstances of this colony at the present moment. So excessively tedious was the last session of the Legislative Council that, almost with out being aware of it, we have now arrived at the critical period when the first regis tration of. electors under the New Consti tution is to be made. The making up of the lists of electors for both Houses is to be made during this present month-of April, according to the provisions of tho Electoral Act. So that those persons who intend to have their names enrolled as .vo ters,—those who intend to have themselves counted as units in the commonwealths of Victoria, and do not intend to be passed by as mere ciphers,—those, who hold the rights and privileges of a free citizen to berthings of some value,-—those who j'ntencl to; take a-part in the1 inspiriting political-'conflic...

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