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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 January 1900

V ( )L. IX. NO. 48. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKKSK TICKS FROM THE WIRES «„ ■■■(•-r«-*«t iiifc Collection of Items Frort ,),,. Two lliMiiUplieres I'renented • n h Condensed Form. A railroad boom has struck Hawaii Six imht's of snow fell at Maoon, Ga. lU'chuiiualanil farmers are helping the Bow* ■ 4 t>. -.., Boen tired plum pudding at Lady. smith jMrrison. Octgon woolgrowers expect to get 2G goto for their 1900 c«op. Vigilance of Americans prevented a ■ejected uprising in Manila. \t New York Kid McCoy knocked out l'eter Maher in five rounds. Idaho produced $2,500,000 in gold and |6,108,000 in silver last year. Iraine aud England may have trouble over Newfoundland fisheries. The United States may buy the Danish West Indies for $4,000,000. Ohio Irishmen offer sympathy, money, anus and soldiers to the Boers. One child received fatal and several jK>rsi>ns serious burns in a New York Hat lire. Nicholas, czar of Russia, has again faMd an appea...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 January 1900

V()L. IX. NO. 48. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. fggSK TICKS FROM THE WIRES 4,i iiitt-ri-xtliiK Collection of Items Pror' •pi«- Two Hemispheres I'rwnented «n » Condensed Form. A r»iiln»a<l boom has struck Hawaii Six inches of snow fell at Maoon, (ia. Be. lmiiiiiiliinil farmers are helping thf Boem Boem fired plum pudding at Lady* smith garrison. ()rej:<>n woolgrowers expect to get 2C cents for their 1900 crop. Vigilance of Americans prevented a projected uprising in Manila. At New York Kid McCoy knocked out Peter Maher in five rounds. [dabo produced $2,500,000 in gold and .ft), 103,000 in silver last year. Frame and England may have trouble over Newfoundland fisheries. The United States may buy the Danish West Indies for $4,000,000. Ohio Irishmen offer sympathy, money, amiH and soldiers to the Boers. One child received fatal and several tenons serious burns in a New York flat tiro. Nicholas, czar of Russia, has again booed an appeal for peac...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 January 1900

Xhe Islander CULVKK liltos.. Publishers. Kntenxl at the postofflco in Friday Harbor .isi.'.'.uiil 6la«\mail matter. • ' »ÜBSCKIPTION PRICK, $1.50 per year Strictly in-»dvanc<v ADVERTISING KATKB: Display Btandinfc ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 26 conta per inch, per week, sin gle <•: lumii measurement. ' Keadimr biw»nes.i locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per lino for O*ist insertion and 5 cents per line each wetk thereafter. Lej»:il notice*, at customary lej?al rates. All communications to Thk Islandkr must bo signed with the name of the -writer, not necessarily for publication, •jut as a irnaranteoof good faith. •' - ■ The Official Paper of San Joan Conntj. THURSDAY. JANUARY 11, MR A NOTE OF PUOGKESS. Tiik Islander notes with satisfac tion that the county commissioners have grunted to Dr. Capron the priv ilege of constructing and operating telephone lines along certain public highways on San Juuu island, and it hopes the doctor will receive HUftic...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 January 1900

ALAND PERSONAL. rviimtv Treasurer John L. Murray • S 24lie sick list this week. iVh.i i-« % •'»* to Ket the Phonograph thai Is tli.- leadiag question now. ♦ .. i!l mid give us your order for a lai u,r-iim«l*' suit.—Martin A, Jensen. iei)h Sweeney went to Port Town .Jdou buslnew the first of the week. W M »nd John Coffelt, of Lopez, ere in tlie Harbor the first of tire week. Tin Thompson had a very rough passage across the straits last Monday, ,i,.irnM'K- John Klwood, of Whatcom, was a cl ,,Kt at llu> Tourists' hotel the last of the week. Mr- M. H. Phlpps, of Seattle, Is visiting »«-T »'^ter i Mrs. L. M. Harper, II Roche Harbor. jii.L" I. N. Maxwell, of Whatcom, J^agiieHtattlie Tourists' hotel the first of the week. \\V lave just received a new and „],.(.■ line of Dry Goods and No- Saw.-Martlu & Jensen. Mi James Burke went to the Bay <<iuVfl<Hi business yesterday. He ex pects t«i return tomorrow. lifter a two weeks' vacation school tanii nguin Monday morning, with the...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 11 January 1900

$4200 Reward! '•The Shortstory Publishing Opm-' pany, Boston, Mm*., will pay •MOO gM In oub prises. ranging from •10* to ri AM (MM each, to those who will tell in I ■■■■I writing tome unusual experience, I fj.fl 11 thrilling adventure, or fascinating LJUII freak of the imagination in a style that will interest th« hundreds of thousands of readers of The Black • Cat, the unique ehortstory majra- If tine which has won the title of" Th* If 1 1 story-telling bit of the century." * ■ 1111 This prize competition is open to all, I 1 111 and each story will be Judged solely ■ Vll upon its merits without regard to the name or reputation of its writer but no story will be con&idfred at all M - . . un(eu it it tent ttHetly in accord- r A ||an« with the printed condition*, lull which will be mailed free, postage 1 Ml|i>uul. to any one, together with fl I D| I complete specimen stories, and ■ WB"rnany of th« names and ad dresses, as reference*, of the men .and women in all parts of 4% Ame...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 January 1900

\<)L. IX. NO. 49. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKKSK TICKS FROM THE WIKKS An liilf renting Collection of Items Frori the Two Hemispheres Presented '•> h Comlensed Form. Cold imports are helping England's fiimuccH. Tod Sloan, the great jockey, is coin jug \\'CBt. Money rates have taken a tumble ■ad nmy go lower. Affairs of the Globe National bank, H t Boston, will be wound up. As ii training-ship the Hartford will Full for South American ports with 400 Iku-b. Christian science treatment allowed two children to die of diphtheria at l'ittsl'urg. 11 envy losses on both sides are the chief results of recent hard battles at Lady smith. Montana politics are getting much needed airing by the testimony in the (.'lark case. German vessel-owners regard Eng land'l recent seizures as a scheme to kill (dinpetition. The released American prisoners were barefooted and in rags when they arrived in Manila. K<litor Stead has published a letter in London in w...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 January 1900

Thb Islander CULVER DKOS.i Publishers. (Entered at the postofflco in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, $1.50 per year .Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin pie Inmn inoaHiirement. Reading business locals, and notices, Hiich as Wanted, For Sale, otc, 10 cents nor lino for li*st insertion and 5 cents per line each wenk thereafter. I,<>;ml notices, at customary legal rates. All coinmtiiiH-atioiiN to Tiik Islander must, be signed with the name of the vriter, not necessarily for publication, out as a cuarantoo of good faith. The Official Paper or San Joan Comity. THURSDAY. JANUARY 18, 1900. Cotton Is no longer king in this country, but it occupies a high place in the list of American crops. For the year ending August 31 the production of the United States was 11,181,205 bales raised on 24,307,295 acres in eleven states find territories and worth to the growers at current...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 January 1900

j^CALAND PERSONAL. h,m l.i.litt'iilierg, of Lopez, was in i 1,,, K»ll«v, <»f Port Townsend, ar ri ;'',', i,,.,,. Hie first of week. Hll i, (...Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyce. Tl'uWay. Jasiuary 11, a girl. Call : 11■«1 give us your order for a tailor-made suit.— Martin & Jensen. ll.ilu it Guinea went to Port Town ,,j Saturday, for a short business tril 1- The latest monthly and weekly mag ./iiiis received at this office almost daily- ThoiiiMi Ino went to Seattle, Sat ,1,,1-iv, I""' ■ few days' visit in the <}ii<vn City. Janus Hurke returned yesterday „ tlie Thompson from a business trip \\. li:iv«- jtiHt received a new and iiMl| ,i,.,,. line of Dry Goods and No- Martin & Jensen. I IV die Blue Front Store for Can l)|t ... Nuts, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, 1 'Jin' prices are the lowest. ||r mid Mr*. E H. Nash and family returned the first of the week from a £« days' visit t«) up-Sound points. Sena t. ( .SutelifTe & Hill, What com, for sampl' s °'' Wall Paper and Paints. They v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 18 January 1900

11. S. SENATOR ROACH Says Peruna, the Catarrh Cure, Gives Strength and Appetite, Hon. V. N. Roach, United S'.atcs Senator From North Dakota* Hon. W. N. Roach, United States Senator from North Dakota, personally en 3or.seH Feruna, the great catarrh cure and tonic. In a recent letter to the Pe ru ua Medicine Company, at Columbus, Ohio, written from Washington, D. C, Senator Roach Bays: ''Persuaded by a friend I have used Peruna as a tonic, and I am glad to testify that it has greatly helped me in strength, vigor and appetite. I have been advised by friends that it is remarkably efficacious as a cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh*" Senator Roach's home address is Lariniore, North Dakota. Feruna is not a guess, nor an experiment; it is an absolute, scientific cer tainty. Feruna cures catarrh wherever located. Peruna has uo substitutes—no rivals. Insist upon having Feruna. Let no one persuade you that some other remedy will do nearly as well. There is no other systemic re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 January 1900

V()L. IX. NO. 50. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TKBSK TICKS FROM THE WIRES An Intf resting Collection of Items From the Two Hemispheres Presented in a Condensed Form. Mmiy Koers fire believed to be t.r»k kirn.' northward from Ladysmith. The national convention of United Hine Worker! opened at Indianapolis. When Bryan visits New York hewiU be fiitertuiued exclusively by Tain iiniuy. For the first time in history grocery stores and meat shops closed in Chicago on Sunday. (iciieral Wood has crossed. Orange river and established the first British post i» the enemy* country. A determined woman and a huge bread knife kept a mob at bay in Chi cago until assistance arrived. Sir Wilfred Lanrier says that Can ii, I a will giv* England both men and money to help her in the present strife. Summer resorts of Rockawuy beach mid Jamaica bay, New York, may have to move on account of threatening waves. Wlii'iitou and Schwan's troops are keeping the rebels of Souther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 January 1900

The Islander CITL.VKR UKOS., Publliilier*. ■nteeei at tne pentoteoi In Friday Bjibor ee■oonnrt nlent mail matter. SUIMOKirTION I'KICK, 31.">0 !»■•!• vcvir. Strictly in advance. mVKKTISINO KATKN: Display standing ad*, $1-00 per inch per month. VmjcMm per inch, per week, sin gle nclttmn measurements Reading business locals, and notices, ■noli m Wanted, For Hole, etc., 10 cents par lino for list insertion and "> cents per line each arena' thereafter^ Legal nottoom at customary legal rates. All i-■•mm iniiMtionsto Thk Islander .nnst bo signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, •)tit lisa guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Joan County. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2T>, l!»i. A ■■■■■■OWM IN KVK.UY HOUSE. Dpcwfclng of the recent cuts in tele phone rates in various parts of the country, and especially in Southern New BngfcMld, where in MM towns "inward" telephone service may now be had for six dollars a year, "out ward" service being charged for by t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 January 1900

AUDITOR'S EXHIBIT. ,\, 1111 VI FINANCIAL SHOWING. «,i.IH" r Win- ° Clark'* Kxhlblt of the linrtii' <■- of Han Juan Comity, State „f |Va»l»l"S ton» fron» January 1, 1899, „, January 1, 1000. U (litnr*Mannual exhibit of the finances r sin .111:111 <"imty from January 1, 1899, "January l ( MM Tax statement, rolls of 1899. Taxable proj>erty, year 1899:— ko ol acres land assessed 110,38928 I | an d including im- V nroVcroents $734,940 00 ,'•„, „| town and city lots ',! 11:; improvements.. 35,104 00 ..ilueofßllUxablc person -1 ' „„ rtv 160,206 00 I,. 1,,;, of all taxable *sWrty . .....930.35000 • >, I ' nHniSed and equalized ..,'l'u, -' real and person .,■ jierty $930.»50 00 TAX LEW FOR 1899. , „„. general purposes, 3.1 J',. school purposes, 4.4 4093 10 «,te military purposes, .14 gate interest purposes, .24 r Sil tasta*W Ux'ievy.' '7-9*___ 26 ,":,; „ :1 .. tas levy, 7-98 ""INrotal $ 7.433 40 County current levy, 7 mills.s 6,511 75 Cuunti school levy, 1 mill:: 930 county road ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 25 January 1900

$4200 Reward! Fop Those; Who Tell The Shortatory Publishing Company, So& ton, Mm*., will pay $4,200 in cub prises, rang ing from $100 to »500 each, to those who will tell in writing some unusual experience, thrilling adventure, or fascinating freak of the imagin ation In a style that will Interest the hundred* of thousands of readers of Turn Black Cat, the unique sbortstory magazine which has won the title of " The story-telling hit of the century." This Prise competition is open te all, and each story will be Judged solely npom its merits without regard to the name or repu tation of its writer; but no ttory will be coniid rrrd at all unless tH* $ent $trictly in accord' ance with tilt printed condition*, which will be mailed free, postage paid, to any one, toiretbei with 5 complete specimen ■ mi stories, and many of the XMKWgak names and addresses, as JtffffaEttftHhlL references, of the men and flXfurh/ ilftlta women In all parts of Am- Sam b^Bbbbh \i/JA erica who have received ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 February 1900

Cbe San 3uan Islander YqL. IX. NO. 51. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. XEESK TICKS FROM THE WIRES An Interesting Collection of Items From the Two Hemispheres Presented In a Condensed Form. The com sing of rabbits was stopped la Chicago by humane officers. In h great battle which lasted all day Sunday the Boers held their own. IliaM at Johannesburg have made impregnable that city from an attack ing force. Methodist missionaries will begin active work in the Philippines to con vert the Tagals. Count r.imi de Castellane says he is poing to une his cane on the editor of the Paris Figaro. Tiie pope warmly praises the work of an endowment for a Catholic univer sity at Washington. The Duke of Teck is dead at London. lie died from pneumonia after an ill nesH of neveral da3'S. The sujrar war is to be continued on the same lines as heretofore, and no settlement is in sight. At Hurtc, Mont., Dominick Massa, a p:iiuter, mounted a ladder to paint a building. He gr...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 February 1900

The Islander CULVI3K HKOS., Publisher*. entered at the postofflee" in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. sriiscKirTioN I'RICK, $l.r»0 per year Strictly In advance ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, £1.00 per inch per month. "Uoeonts per inch, per week, sin pi' <•. iiirim raeasuremont. Heading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents nor lino for ti-st insertion and 5 cents per lino each week thereafter. Lojal notice*, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin: Islandkk must he signed with tlie name of the •vriter, not necessarily for publication, •>iit asa guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 190». A I.ONti LIFE AMI) LIFE INSURANCE. .The late Gideon Gurnett, father of Mrs. HUlar, of this pi— and Mrs. Dlckson, of Cliehalis, was I he holder of one of the oldest life insurance policies issued by the great Mutual Life Insur ance Company, of New York. It is No. 6,818 and was issue...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 February 1900

, (M ALAND PERSONAL. Overall's sizeH 14x11 to 46x34, at M,. K:it.- Ituckley is visiting friends „ jttlc till* Week. I i,. llarri*, of Orcas, was in town „„.'■,.,.'.■ -11..- week. him II- Boede, of Orcas, was in town the Isust of week. ;j,.| i: tril Seurr, of lloche Harbor, was low ii the Brut <>i the week. Call ami give us your order for a ..ji.'n-.niiiilt' suit.— Martin & Jensen. „ 11 Martin, of the firm of Martin A j„, n, id in Seattle this week ou bu-si- 11,, Litest monthly and weekly mag- z j U es received at this office almost daily- Jackets, Blouses. Juupersand Sweat ,yi fur 5-year old boys to size 46, at j.\,wle'j* «tore. - . Hen [.i,]ii.'iilMTg, of Lopez, is spend lugufew il;<vsin .Seattle this week visit |,shis«»ld iricnd«. I i; Curler shipped ten tons of , r ,'iii to Waitcrman & Katz, of Port |„.u.-'i"l, T'l.-day. We Invi> just received a new and complete line of Dry Goods and No ,j, m . -Martin & Jensen. \\ I. Sutherland, the popularOrcas „„ nliaii...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 1 February 1900

WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES Regard Perunaas Their Shield Against Catarrh, Coughs, Colds, Grip and Catarrhal Diseases. MRS. BELVA A. LOCKWOOD, LATE CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENCY. Mrs. Belva Lockwood, the eminent barrister of Wsahington, D. C, is the only woman who has ever been a candidate for the Presidency of the United • States. She is the best known woman in America. As the pioneer of her 6ex in the legal profession she has gathered fame and fortune. In a letter to The Peruna Medicine Company, she says: "I have used your Peruna both for myself and my mother, Mrs. Hannah J. Bennett, now in her 88th year, and I find it an invaluable remedy for cold, catarrh, hay fever and kindred diseases; also a good tonic for feeble and old people, or those run down, and with nerves unstrung." Yours truly. BELVA A. LOCKWOOD. Catarrh may attack any organ of the body. Women are especially liable to oatarrh of the pelvic organs. There are one hundred cases of catarrh of the pelvic organs to one of cat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 February 1900

VqL. IX. NO. 52. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome of the Telegraphic News of the World. TERSE TICKS "FROM THE WIRES An Interesting: Collection of Items From the Two Hemispheres Presented In a Condensed Form. Dr. Leyds is being lionized in Berlia. People of China are said to take imperial changes with great equani mity. William Jennings Bryan will accept the Populist nomination for the presi dency. Lord Pauncefote will retire as am* bassador of Great Britain to the United States, April 1. The interstate commerce commission hao sued the Northern Pacific to en force disregarded laws. Senators are said to want no change in the manner ot their election. The houne favors popular vote. Dundonald's forces, for whom fean were entertained, are safe on the south bank of the Tugela river. Five business men of Walla WalU were victimized by a smooth foiger, who cashed bogus checks. The Prince Regent of Bavaria haa conferred the Order of St. Michaels, first-class, on Dr. Nansen, the explorer. In Cincinna...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 February 1900

Xhe Islander CULVER BROS., Publisher*. Kntered at the postofiico in Friday Llarbor as second class mail matter. sriiaCKIPTION PRICK, f 1.50 nor year Strictly in advancr. AOVKRTISINC KATES: Qisplay standing ads, *1.00 per inch per month, "itocents per inch, per week, sin- pie «v:luinn measurement. Roadini? business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Hale, etc., 10 cents per lino for 0"0t insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Le?al notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must bo signed with the name of the -writer, not necessarily for publication, out as a guarantee of good faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1901. A SOUR VIEW OF SUGAR AND TRUSTS. The Farm Journal, of Philadeldhia, is a most excellent publication and one of the most widely circulated of ita class in the country, but out here where territorial and commercial ex pansion are not a nightmare and where the farmers have no fear of being over ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 8 February 1900

... . ... l()( 1L AND PERSONAL. Overalls, 'sizes Hxll to 48x34, at K()tt | t 's store. :■ Mr John C. Werner, of Seattle, la in „;. jiurl>or tills week. Samuel (Jross returned Monday from visit to up-Sound poiuU. , ,!l and us your order for a ji,,i-iuh<l<? suit.—Martin & Jensen. I i, pa vis, of Richardson, returned Monday f">m a business visit to Seat lie. Y4\w Chalmers, of West Bound, was vjmtu In the Harbor the first of the County Assessor C. B. Buxton, of y>t Sound, m in the Harbor this feck* n,f latest monthly and weekly mag ■,„* received at this office almost (H ,,t. Frank Hoyce returned from a visit to Port Towusend, on the Thomp son, Monday. Jacket*, Blouses, Jun persand Sweat ,.•«' r tii '> yt-ur old boys to size 46, at \\Y li;»vt' j|ls^ receiveti a new and omuplete line <>f Dry Goods and No tion-. Martin & Jensen. \V K. Suth triad, of Orcas, returned boiue Monday niter a few days' visit in the Bay ('itltS a"^ Seattle. H\m Kate Buckley returned...

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