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BANQUET AND PRESENTATION TO MR. JOHN KEYS, M. L. A. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

BANQUET AND PRESENTA- TION TO MR JOHN KEYS, M.L.A. S Owing to: thue Ia.?e; sea,'i Distribution Iill: parsed la, caw siio heving separteid, a portilQn of1 the lullcon Shire trbm the elect?rto of t??; outh' Bliur? ,: I which was fnranerly'brepreentitbe Mr. Keys; 'the reel-. dentos of Templestowo and Doncaitdtr enter S: tsiil that gintleman t.ao publi banquet on Friday oacptping, in thq Towoer, Hotel, Doncasqr. Th, bayquet wcvs held for the li#pbsoe of piublioly rcconi~ing the servicoa r: 'ridcid l'to the :distritot by- Mr. John Keys during the nuio years lha had represonted •thone In ,Larliaiment. The; committee of management, in odr'der to miaeho the dinner onie 'whilch Mr. Keys would ong ' rom~embor, "*.piocinti d him siithb'.a handsome Gouventr, consisting of a marbldolaok.4anU1 two bronze . figures T7, ere .hewora. bout 100 guests prpoent, Ex-Councilloe John Smedley oocu p"o" tiO the i.ir, a?'di'4?.s sipiorted on the i right bly tlho goest ot the' aeoning. the ' ;loader ot; the Ol...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEES AND BEEHIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

BEES AND BEEHIVES. Ily l,. T. Catunmi.xI1'T The l, f1;, ilin' ('n taco, so l.'nf::I u"l, as a beehivTe, is doomn1e. It i. to full into the re-sr lilik and I' & ws'v fitKthe tent teolern framere-i-. , Alofi. ih. long li'na of' mIodesl'l dev?lolml coinle eslin tllhe Ilone fe·'s house, ha'th in the interest of the h iniy bee and hit owner. The wonder is that inany year',i have elapsed withoutl t: d"',lop\5lnt -such hfu; been cTetfed iduenhg the lfoot to etra. Is-rlln of that tLhe C .l.onial Ibe,-hteperi knew little, or nothlling, only four or tive years ag; tnt nL I:iw inllrest ha-il fn's aswakened, and the fiblC t, onerally are boeomtnig tuniliar with the frano hive. Oar inspiration comes frot the United States of America, whee for lthe fas:t 30 years or mllore, lthe art ot oneceslsflf bee fantrmin has been developing under the hallnds of hnifred of hd ainlstakinl Ilen ---the I ther of the frame hive being the well known Dr. Langstroth--wlo was first to seize upllolln tile ide...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOX HILL WESLEYAN M.I. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

BOX HILL WESLEYAN M.I. ASSOCIATION. A Indira' night ini connecthn with the abovt was Ihhl ill the Hchloololom on iMt ilnvy evenlillg, 17th inst. 'There we: a Ii large Iatttlldanllce. A inumber of uldal nidl geltle. tleon who took pllrt ill the etellcrltilnillellt emno fronm I distance; nml the aurvices whichi they rendored to tlhe ssociation werte iuch itrweelated, ntll those who took ipart npltearedl to be in gold voie. and tho siillgillt: nwas considerahtly ahovi the aveangloe. Thl Itoceediings were optII ed hy an addreiss Iy Mrs Bromilow, aIlter which thile fotllowing ipro grctlllrlo wans goto thlrontghl :--Pinallottf t duot-" Chilleric," Mr. Coote and Miss Alice Aspinall. 'lThis was relondered ill admiiralle style. H:ing--Mrs Grieve. 'Thi Rev. W. C. Bromilow thuen deliveculred i nddrcss, which a wo ell roceived. Stontg " It was a dreat," Miss Farvaroni; sOIlg " Tihe White Squall," Mr. Coote; lianoforh, sola--Miss E. Westcott; song--", Apart," Miss Rowe'; otuon, with Ilito aucolu...

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A PAUPER'S DYING REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

A PAUPER'S DYING REQUEST. An amusilng anld yet patlhotit inel. ilcnt inl what thl poet Gray called "the ishort ta'd itmplo annals of tlhe pooit," is 'told by Mr. John J. R. Micklejohn, ont of tile Inspectors of   thu Poor, ait Lerwich, Shetlandl Islalds. Its says that some tinto ago anll old wonman, tnmed Barbara Smith, camne staler the nolir'e of the Board. Site wais osxlrti.ely ill, mndl It did not look likily thait shlo would long ncel care of iny intl, Sh; did not residU on thIo mainiind, blut on a small island a few miiles distant, asd tlhereI bcig no paro chial institutions in that place, Batr Iarn necussarily occupiedtl the position of a piiauper living out. The trouble from which slhe stlllr~d dated brick many years. I beltter and imore t ots. prous dlys shel hadl in sonto way Initd thel foutliation for Chronic Indignstion and IJtypspsia, andl out of this had spru.g other complaints as ago and bodily inlirttitics crpt npace upon helr. a13lrlari was not ignotantt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

A BOON TO TIIE DISTRICT. The long-fult want of a Firstclaole Drapery Establishmenut, supplied by (ioe. 11, Decry, Canterbury-road, Surrey HIills, is greatly appreciated by the people. All who visit his establishlent cannot fall but be delighted with the extremely low prices, and largo variety. Ieo has already become popular for Millinery. In the Tailoring Dopartment he has over 200 patterns to choose from. Dressmaking is done on the premises, Give him a call and you will save timo and money.-- [AoD.] DIAMONDS A Splendid Selection, Mounted and Unset, not to be surpassed for Quality and Prico. Half-hoop and Gipsy lRings a Speciality. Gold Brooches Newest Patterns by Every Mail from 7s. O6d Silver Brooches, Latcot Designs, from 2s. 6d. WATCH ES ENGLISH, AMERICAN, and SWISS, iest Makers, very Highly Finished. Repairs of Every Description Skilfully Executed, AI?TICLES ON TIME PAYMENT AT CASH PRICES. Albert E. Brown, 1)URWOOD ROAD, AUBURN. Near Auburn Road. MUIURRAY & CO. BURWOOD ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

Special Advertisements. SItLRE OF NUNAWADING. NORTlh. RIDING, To the Electors of the above Riding. - Ladies and Gentlemoen, having been requested by so many influential ratelmyers to contost'tho'esiela which is at your disposal in August, I beg to - fOllll youv that shll have muclllh pleasure in ominplyiug with such request,-R nd a'lso thank you very sincerely for such a numbnr of reliable promises. It is my intention, at an early date, to appear before you, when I shall .take thie oppoltunity of explaining my views ?oni' muattlct of.innportanuc,. . I have the bonor to be, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, S. ASPINALL. SHIRE OF Nt-NAWADINh . : CENTRE RIDING. Ladies and Gentlemen,. It is my intention to contoes the next election for the Centre Riding of.'the Shiro of Nunawadiig, and respectfully solicit your vote and influence. Yours obediently, J, R. DALEY. All,ion Road, Box Hill. STIRE OF NUNAWADINO, ELECTION OF AUDITOR. ,adies and.Gentlemen; I have the honour to announceo th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

SBURTO'N AND K N OX, ESTABLISIED 1889. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, 13U 1wOOD ROAD, I HA T HORN. HIGHiEST AWARDS, MIELOURINE OENTENNIAL AND ADELAIDE EXHIIIITIONS. rg 1 , I cc In ea ook inda built to o cor. REPAIRS AND RENOVATING. GUARANTEE ALL WORK. :- DESIGNS SUBMITTED. N ILLINEUY AND DRAPERY T.1 ESTABLISHMENT. SIimrATIO STrlrT, IBo Iu1.1., The Ladies of Dox Hill and Surrounding Districts are invited to aonll at N. & L. COLLINGS, As they have on hand a Splendid Assortment of MILLINERY IN TILE NEWEST .STYLES.; Also, Gloves, Hosiery, Wools, Stationery, and PFancy Goods. L' GENTs IEm GrAoe A SBPCULxTYr. .~ Aspinall & McMurdie, ]lOUSE, LAND ,i ESTATE AGENTS, COSINR or STATION & RUTLAND STS. BOX HILL. LOCAL AGENTS FOR Fietoria Insurance Company Limited. Melbourne Permanent Building Society. M .utual Life Assurance Company, Ltd. Trustees, Executors & Agency Co., Ltd. AUCTION SALES ARRANGED FOR. W. BRETHERTON, STATIOx STRE?T, Box Hu..L, PAINTER, GLAZIER, PAPERHANGER,...

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THE BOX HILL COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

TIHURSDAY, JULY 11. THIE "OX 130 LL COURT . .- HOUSE. 'rnosa porsolis who have any police court businoss to transact at .Box Hill are cognioant- of: the fact that there is a building.in White I-orso Road which has to do duty for a Court-house. 'Anyone who has been in this t shanty," for it is nothing better (to call it by any other name would bt, convpying a wrong im. prossion on the public mind), know perfectly well that there is such a crib in existonce, which during the winter months iv..nothing more nor loss than a, consumptive broeeding house.. Tho:rainswator soaks through the brick wa,1. on the cast side to such alWln' o.tnit thi t' half the wall looks more .oil?or,e hugo morter heap than 'anything h'olo. There is no firo.pla?e in' the Court-room, which at this time of 'the year would make a .grand dp6t' for freezlng meat previous to exportation. During the winter months it is inflicting an lusult and .njury upon the magis tratestocor?sal ..tlloim --" :- - m-'-h ... --- .aurrl...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

LOCAL NEWS. On our fourth page will be found the commoncement of a very interesting narra tive which we intend publishing week- by woeek until its completion. A lecture is to be delivered in the Mitcham Wosleyan Church, on Friday evening next, by the eov. W. E. l3romilow, on Fiji. Curiosities will be exhibited. Mr. Bromilow has spent a number of years in Fiji as a missionary, and we havo no doubt the lecture will be interesting and instructive.. The Surrey Hills Progress Acsoolation, though it has only been in exiltouce a few months, has already succeeded in carrying out several important matters. For snme months past the Nunawading Counell had been endeavouring to get a constable sta. tionod in Surrey Hills, but had not succeeded In doing so. The Progress Committee took the matter in hand, organized a deputation' to the Chief Commissioner of Police, and the outcome of their efforts is that a constable has been stationed there. A deputation from this Soiooty also waited upon the Rai...

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JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

JOTTINGS:     The lato railway accident on the Williannstown lino has brought fcrth a numbiier of clahiua.dL who require to hb co ? ,; sated for the injurie. theoy received on that occasion, Somei. of t:e claims may be classo.3 as novol and oxtraordhlnary ones.` One gentleman madu a domn:nmd for a thousaand pounds, and wheoi acked to rtaht upon what gr::i=1is he b:aol hi; cihium for shch an amount he told the Commisasioners his ncrvous syotem had oustahid a'sovero .holok, and iu addlition to this, ho was provt.nt:d frol attenling the racos, and backing; th!i ýinniing lhorse.ý Of eousiso tho'uven liud'all be.bn dual3on tested, and like a gooJd many more people he was wise after the fact, and lad heo been able to aticnd the races h10 would haiw laid hisa rl on the win: ning hore?s. The C(Uiumissionors did not exactly see the logic of such reason ing, and wc;ould not entertain his claim. 11. did not seem to realise the idca that he, like a good many more, who ...

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BOROONDARA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

BOROONDARA ELECTION. A :somni.privato meeting was hold in the Recreation Hall, Surrey Hills, on Wednesday voening, 8rd July, convened by the friends aid bupporteos of Mr. Clayton, fIp.thl?py.. .. p0so? of considering what" stops should be taken to secure the return of that gentleman for the Contre Riding at the forthcoming August elections. There was a fair atlen dance, and Mr. Garoide, J.P., was voted to the chair, and brielly stated the objects of the meeooting. Mr. McBeath stated tin . ho would like to coo Mr. McDowall and Mr. Clayton returned for the centre riding, but in the face of pre cent circumstances they could hardly hope to accomplish that. lieo thought that if Mr. McDowall would come forward for tile north riding he Wsould stand a very good show of being returned. They should consider the chance of success any o?andidate they might select would have of being returned. In his opinion he thought that Mr. Olayton would be more likely to score a win. They all know the quali...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Already there is a move being mnado by soveral of the candidates who intend comlneu forward to contest the ensuing olections. In the Nunawading shire there aretllroo vacan dcos. Cr. Rawlings' term o .oflica expiresr in August, and he has notiticiT the fact that he intends to again sock re-election. For this seat Mr. Squire Aspinall has announced him self na a candidate, and he has received numnorous iroloises of sulport. In the south riding Cr. Pepperill retires, andci from all we can learn he will, in all probability have a walk over. Several gentlemen would like to go for the sent, but they are afraid that the retiring councillor would have it majority in his favor, but stralmge to say these asplir?nts for lmunicipal Iame have no definite know ledge that Cr. l'olpperill will again se;ek re election. The contest for the vacant seat in the centre riding will be a lively one. Cr. Dyer, who retires by rllsuxion of tin"e in August, will not we believe again seek th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NEWS. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

COUNCIL NEWS. NUNAWADING COUNCIL. MoNu.?L, JULY 8. Present:-Cr. Bishop (President). in thio chair, and Crs. Ellingworth, McArthur, Raw-_ lings, Morton, Haughton & Pepperill. COIES PONDINCB. From the Department of Public Works stating that monetary assistance for the con struction of bridges would beo considered when the next estimates were being prepared, Rleceived. From the Crown Law Oflcce, informing the council that the appointment of the President (Cr. Bishop), as a permanent justice of the peace would be duly considered. Received. From the Public Works Department, stat ing that as the time had closed for consider. ing claims for grants, the department would not receive any more applications during the present year. Received. From the Boroondara Council, declining to contribute to the salary of an inspector of nusances at Surrey Hills, and stating that they had appointed an inspector for that place. leceived. From the Ant-unetmployed League, asking the presideut to add I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 6TH JULY. Mr.. W. Ellingworth in the chair, and Messrs. Garside, Bishop, and Weatherly J's.P. BURCLARY AND BTEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

BOX' HILL 'POLICoE COURIT. Fr.uAv CYrt JUoL. Mr..W. Elliugworth in the chair, and Messrs. Oarside, Blishop, and Weistherly J's.P. sUoIIRtoLA AND BTiTEATNO. A dirty looking iman,: named Henry Baker, was charged with feloniously entering the promisea of John M'Sporne, of Mount Pleasant, on the 18th February, and stealing thorefrom a Waltham silver watch and a suit of tweed clothes. IIe pleaded not guilty. Senlor.constablo Lloyd conducted the prosecution on beohalf of the Crown. John M'sporne deposled: That he resided at Mount Pleasant. On the 18th February lasth e loft his homo at 10 p.mu. and returned 2 p.m., when he found that his house had been entered and a suit of clothing, valued at £i, and a silver watch, had oeen taken.: The watch produced was his property, and he identified it by the number and a small indentation, The chain on the watch was not his. lie reported the matter to the police on the day that it happened, aild he did not see the watch again till the 24th of March, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

FOOTBALL. The Camberwell teamrnof footballers iourneyed to Miidle Park, South [olbourno, last Saturday, and tried conclusions with the Fornsido. The ground was in a slippery condition, and was far from being in good order. During the first half of the game the local mon ran ring round their opponents, and when the boll rrng for half time they had kicked three goals to their opponents one. At the commoncoment of .the second half the. Fernsido started off with a dash, which took tho Camberwoll by surprise, and before the latter could pull themselves together the Fernsido succeeded in kicking throoe more goals in the short space of seven minutes. However, towards the end of the game the Camborwell somewhat rallied and succeeood in gotting another goal, but notwithstanding that they did their best their opponents succeeded in adding two more goals to their score. When the game terminated the Fern. side had kicked six goals to their op. ponents four. Those who played well for Camberwell ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INCREASE OF SHIRE SUBSIDIES. CONFERENCE OF SHIRE DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

INCREASE OF SHIRE SUBSIDIES. CONFERENCE OF SHIRE DELEGATES. A conferonco of dole ates from the different slhires of the colony vWas held in the Town" Hall, Melbourne, on Tuesday last, for the purpose of considering tile quesiion of thie shire subsides. The conference was con. veoned by the Maffra shire; and thie chair was taken by Mr. M. Landy, the president of that shire. About seventy shires were repro. sonted. Councillor Horstman (Maffra) moved "That owing to the great inoreaco in public works required in municipalities receiving the lower subsidy, and their present incomes being insufficlent to meet the demands, this conference of delegates, representing shires which are receiving the Government subsidy on the lower scale, would strongly urge upon the Treasurer the desirability of subsiding each shire in the amount of £2 for every £1 of rates collected." " He said that the Govern. ment subsidy was originally supposed to be £2 to £1, but it ha,) gradually dwindled, until, in the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOX HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. OPENING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

BOX HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. OPENING SERVICES. The Presbyterians, though a largo and wealthy body, have remained in the back ground so far as the building of churches in this district is concerned, until recently, but now they can boast of having a nice compact weatherboard building, comfortably seated and finished. The church is erected on a good site, being only a short distance south from the Court-house, and as it stands on high ground can be seen from any part of Box Hill. The church was opened for Divine wore ship on Sunday, when good congregations assembled in the morning, afternoon, and night. On Tuesday evening the usual tea and public meeting was held in the itecrea tion Hall, which was crowded to excess. The public meeting was presided over by the Hon. Jas. Balfour, who delivered a very stirring address. ieo had known Box Hill for a long time, and hlie was glad to see that it had grown to be such an important place, which was accounted for by the extonslon of the railway...

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A FIT SUBJECT FOR YARRA BEND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

A FIT SUBJECT FOR YARRA BEND. About two o'clock on Sunday morn ing a man, whose name has not trans pired, called at the police station, Mlitcham, and aroused Constable Gor- don out of a comfortable sleep. When the constable opened the door, the man asked him to direct him to the station master's residence, as he wished to got a parcel that had come for him by the last train. Constable Gordon tried to reason with the man, and told him that goods were not delivered on Sundays, and that it would be a stupid thing for him to wake up the station master at that unreasonable hour. The man would not take no for an answer, and at last Constable Gordon directed him to the station. Ho pilotted his way to the station master's residence, and after knocking for some time he succeeded in attracting the attention of Mr. Leitch, who thought that something serious must have occurred down the line. The man accosted Mr. Leitch in an offensive manner, and demanded his parcel, which the station master ve...

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UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH, BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH, BLACKBURN. The nemlubers or this dunomiinllion have built a new church at lllackburn on an allot ient of land presented to the church by the Blackburn Company. The now building was erected by Mr. Williams at a cost of £200, and i:; an admirablo structure for the money. The church was opened on Si?day last, when there was a largo attendance. Theu discourses were ablo expressions of Divino truth. On Monday evening the usual tea and public Cmetine was hold. During the tea the Bo:x Mill Temporance Drass Dand played some lively selections. The church was well tilled with representatives from Blackburn and other places. The lnceting was pro sided over by the Hon. J. Balfour, who con gratulated the frioend o the openling of the new churoh. H1 gaveo, in the couros of an interesting address, a brief outline of church history since the early days of Christiaunity, and hlo was glad to state that the saime simple and real worship prevailed at the present day which ...

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THE STORY-TELLER. '' OUR FRIEND IN NEED." [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 11 July 1889

THE STORY-TELLER. ., O U R F ait l .: \ 1 I . ./I.::'I ). f'?1S the Author of " Wino euht,:l Jouxe COartoas P "] S lnaornativeit' i'~each.es fiiehi .hitppld by highwaymen timiaotifid nll-faillned,: and yet I hnev travoelkl 1in a conelh that hatsheen en stoppeld on esevral ota.l?fic ? it'ir the lu lstl doznrr, rar, -lid whioh was only stqupe redotl hLv the i -on'ho, alons, its 57,t miles' hngth of routeti itot I Rtt AIItt. The o lie tionw ni neclts the two great capitals of New South Waedr,; and Victoria, ... lt the .n~lire journeoy aonl Ins accompli:held, third class, for a!?.I three potnda ten, but a mnatter of halfa-do,'zei years, agOo tlhe e..? was £t0t. ltd ii0 Svapit iwrt ? l, comte all the i'ly back Ito tEngland thannto let froan Fyd:a.y to Melbourne by CrObi':.; coach, ?ald 1 :ua"y whl intinitely , 1es fuiguing, a1- as the arnOlt of treasture that tliee 'tcotchi: carrietd in the matil-bags which. en col;r.iged, ind' inltedti in the first itnstance callted into existtice, the ...

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