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GREEN MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

GREEN MANURES. We are having, thank Heaven, an extraordinary fine harvest. But it is not one swallow that makes a summer. Good as the present may be, tbe last one or two have been so unmistakably bad, that the best we can hope from the present is that it may recoup our agricultural friends to some extent for their past losses. No farmer can ever get out of the chances. His lot is much like that ot an experienced whist player. Six chances out of the dozen may go to skill, but luck always claimB her right to the other six. But allowing half the game to fortune, the other half, and probably more, cer tainly goes to skill, or rather common sense. Our fermers cannot insure success, but they can certainly effect a much better insurance than they do at present. The three rules of good fanning are so well known, that it is hardly worth while to repeat them:-1. Put the fitting crop into the proper ground. 2. Be always changing your crops. 3. Always keep your ground in good heart. It is just ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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WINE AS A MEDICINE. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

WINE AS A MEDICINE. No. If. "The use then of good wino, and particularly or generous Port, is im peratively called for, and absolutely necessary, not only lor the curt' of the low diseases now prevailing, but for their prevention, and lor the preserva tion of health. God help those who cannot afford it, for neither porter, ale, nor gin will supply its place. "I must be excused for entering into this digression respecting the necessity and utility of wine, when I assure my readers, that in some cases of the severest spasms I ever witnessed, arising from incipient or precursory attacks of the present invading cholera, a draught (two or three glasses) of good Port put in a tumbler, and drank off cold and at once, has carried the spasms off like a miracle. Indeed, in a case of the moBt excruciating spasms, I may say ef almost the whole body, which took place with a delicate lad}', whose strength had been much reduced by an obstinate diarrhoea, I attempted their alleviation by the strong...

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THE BEST HREEDS OF POULTRY FOll EGGS. (From the Australisian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

THE BEST HREEDS OF POULTRY FOll EGGS. (Frotn t/u* AuitrahiKianA In regard to rural affairs, one of tlio anomalies always to bo found here is the disproportion between the price of grain and the produce of poultry, and this exisie just now in a very marked degree. Up the country, wheat is scarcely to be cold in some places at from 3s to 4s a bushel, while eggs are scarcely to be bought at 2b Od a dozen. They are cheaper in town, thanks to the importations by every steamer from colonial ports, but they are still far too ; dear inyroportion to the price of grain. Now, the question is, how many eggs can a bushel of wheat Ve converted into, along with the insects, grass, &c" which the fowls would pick up on a ""country run while consuming it ? .Not that every surplus bushel oi grain is lo be thus converted into eggs and fat fowls, but a good many might be so disposed of with advantage, and the remainder very profitable used for making up the deficiency in the supply of bacon and ...

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COLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

COLONIAL lite Queensland, on the 18th, from ^Sydrjw. brought 10,000 sovereign for Ite Pnion Bank irswiCH.-The report* trim oar | rincfpat whuledtlr tnercltatila nmtiime Rntiufxclory, (Itllon «riK>re arriving fferly, ami citirln^ eufonidwabte brisltiipgiTtri tri'ie. .1 >ra| ery ? Kund*, which f»r anno time tmve bran ex . fwJIiiL'ly <lofl "t nnle, me luov rout ing off ' »(«((. »ik# demand twine prtnetpaMy for win<r r .lock* <>.r«cvrir« mid l>re»dflu£E« are in fab-demand «t rorn-rvl rule*. Tlieph+i-nl ht«iy wealln>r rrferde ili» rifK-niiiu «'f the vitHinniid pit-kiinc i« <Wly <intrW on j ;W « «>t,V limited - Queenilani j "Timetj Tii<iWoomih.-We have ltttle chanee to | fnojc ih Iwiijnvaa during (he wei k, «lthoUt>li <'*r«Uu verms # Htth» brisker ami mnucy rnltipir ! tiiuM plentiful TIip T«rii>tt« «iiclt»n »ale« I have hi-eu weil attended, nnd prh-eaubtHini'd I «<|{» 'Mttrb ? t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

TO TIIE WORSHFPFUL THE JUSTICE*' OF THE PKACE ACTING IN AND FOB THE DISTRICT OF WARWICK. IN THE COLONY OF QUEENSLAND. JAMES RYAN, of Warwick, , publican, d » hereby uive notice that it i* my intention In Apply frr a RENEWAL of my LICENSE for the fialo of spirituous nnd fermented liquom in my liuuse. »Uuaie in Fiizrojr htrcet. Warwick, and which ! intend to keep-AM an luti or public h»uae, under the .ign f the "Shamrock Hotel." Uiven undor my hand this Fifteenth day nf March, oue thuuiiend eight hundred and sixty seven. 60 JAMES RYAN. TO THK WORSHIPFUL TUB JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ACTING IN AND FOR THE DISTRICT OF WABWICK, IN TIIE COLONY OF QUEENSLAND. T CHARLES COLAS, innkeeper, lj hol'liii!; a licm ee for tlie " Glulie Inn." .ituated in Palmeriu-streot, Warwick, in the district «f Warwick, do herrliv giro notice that I intend lo apply at the OENI£R.\L LICENSING MEETING, tn be held on Tnes d«y, the lGtli day uf April next ensuing, for a RENEWAL »f aucb License. Of run under mv .hand ll...

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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

WARWICK. Mr. J. C. White, junr. reports the-1 (blowing ti 1>e the tilling pricrs for | stock during the past month : Mullen ««.««, 11« in 16* i 8, *. »nd Jt year nM. II* tSd 1'i H* i ag>-d.6s t<» 10*. *i"re ntkiff ,t>U loS<; l<tiHt»! ti t» Ui i wether freaqer.Ct lid t«i0vW. C*TT« - F«t' bull"cfc*. prime. £8 10« to it (Oft ditto middling. t3lot8l8«: f»t coira liulqi. Cit to (4; ditto middling; £S iO* to £3: |jgatth.OD* to-«i* T««n old «an»I sexes, flWi j 41MO tw» to tit V* to ».? | HofNGt -Heavy dnupht 1U1I ). £20 ! to t.'U); ditto. t!8 tu£l5; 1 I mMIis j«nlc, dull). £JS t.« 1*30: middling ditto, £7 l«i il2* tidvad mi'jtotu n, 13 to Hi to*. ! Tim luilouiuj; bftlc* have been iffcnted d«ir . Ing <li3 pre*eni month: -15u0 muMon e*es 11 He ; 1000 tat prim.* wetlicm fiom fikrHnlc. we.ijrliiup; iVu'n U0 (o lb., at 1 Ih : 2<t<> he.ul fl'oiv cattle, .2 t'l (i Veal'4 old, ;>t -JDh ; J0<J iuiVvi^r &...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

At Warwick,f*om Canning Downs; ddring expenses, 2*. per head:-White cow, JW off rump. Black and white cow, W near rump. Black cow. ALoff rump. Red and white «HIW, like shield brand near rmnp illegible brand off rump, Red end white fitter, like WC off rump and ribs. Red and white fetter, like over W off rnmp and t lbs. Red and white bull, EC or D near shoulder; damages £1. Red and white heifer, like TN off rump. Red and white cow, like -* over 6 off rump, like T6-* over 8 «>ff ribn. Red heifer* iike HKoff rump, illegible brand off ribs. Red and white Hteer, like H i ff runuiandtiba. Hud and white heifer, like JI* *<u rump and ribn. White stiver, illegible brand off run<p and rib*. C«d und white c«w, like eo over JL off rump, bloieh over DC off ribs. Red and white etecr illegible bmnd <ff lump Ited «ud while heifer, no visible brand. White steer. JO over O near riba. like O uemrutup. Rcdnnd while heifer like BP off rump. If not releaatdon or before ...

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WEEKLY CALEDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

WKKULY 1ULI2KOVK. Frttay KaturdiT hUiT,Cri , af . U«» dny W dtetdfiy j.«... Tlnu-bda jr ...» 6 19 5 4 6? A 6.6S 6 5 64 7 I S. 51 e I s is THE Proprietor or ike " Examiner and Times" begs to intimate to his sub pcrbers that irt consequence of the great inconvenience to a large num bei of country subscribers from the present day of issue, (he paper will from ihis date appear on THURSDAY ! mornings in lieu o) Fridays. I

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NEW SOUTH WALES. STATISTICS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

NEW SOUTH WALES. STATISTICS Or TAB ClLONT. I Education.-Tliefoll iwiceshewsthe nnm her uf schools anil scholars nttendins the day miH i>tlipr ech<>ln>-tio institution* dnr ins lttSG{-Denominational schools, 351; scholars, 23,746. National sconls, 2G8; scholars, 18.126. Private schools, 443; scholars, 10,331. Destitute Children's Any. Itim, 1; Kchiil<ir», 553. Orphan schools, 2; scholars, 495. There are 588 8mnlity sclinule in (he colony. The number or children Attending the schools in eHtimated Rt 35,666. clanaltifd m iinilerGlmrch of Kii^IhimI, 11.812; Wesleyati, 10.285 ; Roman Catholic, 5428: Preabyterhii, 3214; Conereuatlonal, 3040 ; Primitive Methmlint, 1018 i nuptial, 7241 Independent Wei-leyan Methodist, 174; Free Church of Kniilatid, 150; Jewish, 71; Unitarian, CO. The total mhii pa'd by the Government, in the year 1808, fur the mipportof education wan £89.211; amount received from the politic, £45,640, giving it total fur educational |.urpoBiB ...

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Examiner and Times. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

I fonitntr imlr Sinus. Fill DAY, MARCH 22, 1867. TEE last intellignce irom the mother country is of very unimportant charac ter, the chief item being the opening of Parliament The 6j>eech from the ilirone waB as indecisive as «uch things are, and art meant, to be. The will* ingne»s of the United States to discuss friendily the subject of the Alabama claini; the question of Canadian con - federation;. the (amine alleviation in India;. and Irish Tenant Rights, are slightly-perhaps slightingly-touched iipoi*. The last spectral question was doubtless, evoked by the late " progress" of Mr. JOHN BKMHT. The Commission- of enquiry into ' the question'or Trades Unions is rather a peculiar movement »in ofur times, and ! is strongly .indicative of-that decided j tendency on the side' of rovalty and the upper ten' to absolutism which I HOME pointed out in his ' Whether the j British Government inclines more to absolute Monarchy or to a Republic." The leader in this measure is most pro bably ...

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Colonial Items. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

Colonial $tnns, IPSWICH. There is much inquiry, for smnll farms consis ing of good agricultural (And, and those in the immediate neighbourhood of Ipswich fetch reasonable prices on moderate terms. All town property is still at a dis count, it being next to impossible to effect u h*1e except, lit a considerable sacrifice. We helieve the present state of the market will not lust long, as new ami valuable interests aro being developed in and arjund Ips wirli. Money fand* easily at 15 per cent, with 20 per cent, for small sums -good security, of course, only being accepted.- Queens land Times. ROCIiH AMPTON. John Gnnn, Peter Nolan, Edward M'Evoy, and Patrick Moloney, wero trie.l to-day, at ?lie District Court, far slabbing Paul Madden at Crocodile Creek. M'Evoy and Moloney were acquitted. Dolan waB found guilty of a common assault, and having already spent three months in gaol, was sentenced to two days imprisonment. Gurvn was found cull y of unlawfully wounding, and was sentenced to th...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. FRIDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

| POLICE COURT, WARWICK. FRIDAY, WAKIH 15. On the Oenrh-Hernm. Win Thompson and D. Htyuti, J P'*. . J J Rit.gpford Huimno iqiI hy la-reoee ChinUil ftirwairia due, £20,124. VeidjuL fijr pi.I..tiff, rtiij.-ct to a m't off for money re. ceitre<l.:fciid n More arcnunt Will-am Cft't'-r, Mimmonfri f<»r beglncttng to destroy Uatinnat burr on his farm at ttmrfy Creak. Fined £5. due" diligence n«t having temuffed. J^iues Stewart am! RoV'f t JohtiMon, H'mx in 'fieri hy J«hn Hefferman for illegal de^ii* tlm <if timber. Tlie fiMrtie* ngiecjn? Upon measuring, (lie Bench nifoWitd 4<l. pur fa »t. Amount £2 12«. f»r litnh r. £l la. for profes sional cants. at.'l cost* of isonr*. ATTEXPTF.D MUnDBU. Tluffli Fra*er, on n-manil, charged with attempting to mi'rd'i' Willi <tu Dillon. Mr. U*ejth»m f »r p wwer. The pmnecntor «lat«d (hat he and prisoner wa§ at Wlensnllfn wnrbpoil together on the 7th Mart>h and Ufi to po to Mr. D.uch.u Qot (o Ueuchar'...

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THE "TIMES" ON THE LAND LEASING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

THE "TIMES" ON THE LAND LEASING ACT. In an article from the " Times" ol December 29, we light again upon con firmation of our expressed views upon the debated land question here. The "Times," 'tis true, is no favourite with our " Courier,"-"it is no longer the great organ of English public opinion," &c., still it yet ranks as an authority sadly too great aud notable amongst the monied classes " It in complained, however, that In the western part of the colony of Victoria, the ursizerii, l\y employing the powers conferred Ivy the local Act fur 1 he benefit uf the poorer settlers, have contrived to gel into their hands large tracts of country which were ititendfld hiiiI calculated to be the (est uf a denro population. Thin mischief was pro. slily unavoidable nndcr the circumstance*. No law intended fur the benefit uf all can prevent the advantage! derivable from ea pprior Incal knowledge and larger capitnl from telling in favour uf I heir posoesaor in tlieoprn Market. Nor are ...

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COMMERCIAL. ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

ENGLISH. -WdOL.-Since the close of the No vember wool sales' there has been no enquiry, except for sjtccial descriptions, in which an advance oi Id' lias been paid. It . ia 'thought unlikely that ' prices will be awip'ained. at the March jMtafe' * . The Money Market quiet. Bank of England rate of discount, TJ per cent. . Hipes.--The sale* opened with con siderable activity. 'the bulk of the Australian hides ofeyed (or sale was ? disposed of. Best heavy realised 4|d ^per lb., and oflwjr 4#!WtWi8 in pro 4 "? ®Alt»W.-ildrkef^uiet. .Noaltera --tlttt fejricei; . ^ Spoaeb are qoOted'ls higher. .1^8 month's smppjents for the < Australian. colonies * feho* a marked decrease. ? .

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GARDENING. MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

etRORVlSG. MAKCI1 * GuflDE*.--The tcorohin.; h^at of oiirQ-icRns* Innd PtfumerN f«ow o*er. and ihi* \n the tast tJinrtto «*Q?«r thoroughly intodi^cnlttvatinuof Krirnpein vegetahlct. £<*w for f<tll ciop* of Cabl>H£«*. MVoy«. Iect;«. cauliflower* Brussels sprout*« cive inncimd*. ttir<*i|>8# carrot* *>hb>r>9, Irak*. p'3S, he«'t, p/t^ntp^ ptr«]«y, fliladi, &c. ' If any (iKuti were r-ti«e<t from P»tt»oth soMnjya. trjtWM.Iimt «>n favour* «*»)e twcixi -»* If ># ft wow] i<> p' lo.Jt. A'oijn -.-cauliflawer# i»t»* hu.l ofnieu rich ca*th i1ie:n about fiur inches iqiait, they '.pejeupy little io-»m and can lie eaaily ratcred "and gliarled f«r a few <Uys. It b><Ak« ihWr roiVfl. »h'!y «niit fi^e'. btenmo more ^mrily unit <*Hiip*ct. au4 ? totdrmip «o much '#b«ir finally put out. Coave tro ;cbudn or totuanta enhb^e,' in « finu new *egefaMa if oon<()dt:ra1$e valu*;' t...

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A SYDNEY VIEW OF FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

A SYDNEY VIEW OF FINANCE. A recent article in the " Sydney Morning Herald" so completely tallies with and supports previous remarks of our own upon our loans, and financial needs and difficulties, that we insert it. One of the most significant items is that of the facility with which conti nental capital can be induced. We spoke in a former number of the ad vantage of offering a loan on the Paris Bourse, and we should have spoken still more strongly had we known or remembered that out of the sum of £850,000 contracted for by Victoria, £700,000 were purchased on French account. The lint of Imine introdusod tn the Euro pean mniiuy market during lhe*pas ye:ir enables un to understand how the print demand that exist ft fur money, togeiher wiih I he lii.li rote of interest-reuniting from IIto rinniicl.il speculation*, mad# it impossi ble for us tn borrow on the terms to wiiicli we have been accustomed. The following lint, taken from tlie Timet, ppecifii'n lli« (nana which, if not actuall...

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SQUATTER v. FARMER. (CONLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

SQUATTER v. FARMER. (coscttmro.) OlfB circumstance is striking, viz., that whatever effort* have been made in farming (and we include all species of ~ ring-tropical as temperate pro Ithey have never yet realished aftcipations formed, the interest .ped has never yet approached in ' practice the nice round figures to tempt ingly put forth in reports, and calcula tions. When we are told of ' unfore seen' circumstances having hindered the development of this phase we can but smile-is not the squatter's capital -*» liable to unforeseen checks and disasters. But Has it experienced these as much? The continued outcry on the matter of throwing the lands open it the beet proof we could seek as to jW position, and prospects of the far mers, it » a common thing to throw the blame fornon-sueeesi in our efforts on to other causes than lack of some proper action on our own part. Small . iwppreciated irvduirtriet, vamped up ?-^efeie the time < -ha* arrived for thfem always : bonceive it...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

dLoi'USjiOkfriice. All ccmmuptettlonifrrthe Biltorma tbe plainly j onn ti'd of the «h.«t of |»uper only. They .. urt be nqthe bjrt'n n«mi-atirtaddreucf tliesrriUT j iiasiu *»l tofft'i'd Cftiih, F«ct««re cfiielt- ctugbt, j aiitl It mus' be unl'Ntnod chat Hi* Infereitcu* or rit- . tuning* Mill be «t Ibe discretion of tbe Eiltor. | ( TV) the Editor of the Examiner end Timet.) Sin,-When the corporali'in <lrCi<leil up>m having * " Hody (iturd " to tBciirt' Hfo Excellency lulu town. It wee given out by 11 KM 11 b} Why of BDDlhlny thB ratepayer* that the money expended would do Mime little ("imil to the jTcsitit doll flute of Iradti fit the town. Among tbs many eccentric »«y* which I lint lindy hm in CMT.ving but fl* it Iiab titiw tippti tli'cMwi that the uni form in in tie made hy a milliner in thia iowii. Surely (f I hey expend montf in any wl.im or fancy they chooap, they miylit al leant give the execution of their |II«IIB to those most likely to do It properly....

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

Joni jrirlligrntf. Tor three days wm we proctrated by til© att ick on of onr orAn\ and ill nn*i?er to *i3fi»v Icfurf J 'diL* «rf»n c.ill -'l ivitli their cards And tjiijuirlop, «>ur aympntUiviii * lAndlady could Only point in silcrce to a pair of hoots with a little hair gtowing out al the top of eaclicf them. and aasnni them that w*a aM that «»* Ivft of the unfortunate editor of the Ezamitier and Timet. It wilt lie observed <«n n-ferrocn to our aH. v.-ili iu^ c"lumuRr ih»t (he Kutcrt»inmen< which *va.s fo have taken p'nre to-night. ti«a n.-en ind«'fimi*-!y pontponed in consequence Hniiit* "f tli>' pcrfonnfctfl Iming ahflent frOl)» toffn. This \* the nice to be re.r^tted, as it in the aucoui poMpnru'inen*, And a £» -d deal of expense A»d ttoubh' Ita^ heen incurred t»y the committee, who we aie mid ha*e done «Itett be-t iii the m-aUr. Wo tru*t this wi)j notp'ove tho dt'iitli-lMow «.( tint cutcrtoimnont, hut that at a<mm fut ire time o&lt...

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A VOICE FROM THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

A. VOlCir#ft%!,i' If Wto need nen Df:our wewmpbnHKff 1**kI «t«k ] tion we should find-# jDi«Ve«y i«4«. I The follwing 1 pondent or. th^,,,^.0; & J «pcak8 any. We ji&Ve liaucHM foe taott 1 striking portion xif 4f. -! It iilhe Cry for I the wet nurM wwob«tfe«*n<M»tttajtt. j . .. 'Un** i .*T» queries noiine c»n eirf.*MAi^ , firt.iry twnwer, Tenr. thv 'dUtnrwtiQr* of the |>f«t wiiiter imtd doJy.^ memrtWi*#-1 ihine In ctiniparU«ii fy> nkqjtyrpmny AM 1 ?iiortly tj> wer' Msny vimiMa infcti #lllt«tyf | the cnlnuy.-bnt tieATly. with funtjllen ; in f»ct, tin« (?.iiild htf »tr, urifew tie wbtqutly made lilrnJ self acqfilntfil with t>i« TnrloO* alhhjtfl the ll.irJIint «n ipony Worried In tliecSnfijr;' »tifl {? jui'>tb?'r. the rxt(^K«nt li)etr''tUt^mniM''t>jrrfdtp3 poojilo KMt B cmjple ,of. ?P*r* iwaUflgMM they altural theihselVSB toeet tmpiiifby.|m gulden rhidu tn » Vrhlch *Vn)!M»l fmintuf I'ke tnitKliHil ty reader «nj<y*W«.tl Whether it l...

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