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MINORITY RULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

MINORITY RULE. ' Slit'— tJ rider the' Coniiiiori\veaI th-Bif'1 tlieniiiiority crtn r rile, arid that'they will ruloJ'wlveiiever it 'suits 'thein is -rtnly1 looking1 011 live pfcipev 'si'tie ?: of 'huYriaii' nature, lirid.'firMd'you, !I;nml not g6iri'gs to call the people of tho other colonies wolves, rogues, liars, vagabonds, and suchlike, but'in the 'debates -a .good deal of tlie fox exhibited itself. To keep what they have sot, and got what they- can, su lony as they are , within their Legislative powers, does not necessary entitle them to su'h 'flatter ing title's. Tney can bridle N.S.W., nnd lie honourable men and still sail nicely within the four cornet's of the. Commonwealth Bill. But. just think,, i nra- I i eckoning without any consider ation for that grand old fall hack, senti -ment ' one grand 'Federated 'Austral asia foi ihe people of Australia ; this fair isle,' and so forth, 'flowing with niilfe and honey.' Possibly .jam, ' but are- the Tories and Conservatives all. dea...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS IN HILLSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

.THE' BIRTHDAY CELEBRA-' HONS IN HILLSTON ? ' For a good many ye arts past; the \ celebration of Her Majesty's Birth day huB been a, dead letter in Hillston so fur as any public movement was concerned. For the last live years, nt any rate, the only recognition of the event was the closing of the stores — and sometimes these remained open daring the forenoon — and the e'xplo sion of a -few fireworks in the evening. But tho Queen's 89th Birthday Anni. yersary Wus, thanks, to the members of the Half holiday Association, marked by a new departure, in tiie form of a puunc pic iuc, wuicn, enough promotPti mainly for tlie delectation of t he child ren of the town and its environs, aim* afforded an opportunity fur a large number of adults to gather in social intercourse. Tuesday last was ol) served as a close holiday ; but the ?weather was not at all what might be regarded as perfect pic-nic weather. Though the sun shone brightly a biting south wind prevailed, anil froze to the marrow- bone...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

OPEN COLUMN, ?tPodo not necessarily identify oiifieliit with He opinions - expressed by our correspondents

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVENING AMUSEMENTS— ENTERTAINMENT BY CONVENT. SCHOOL CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

EVENING AMUSEMENTS. — ENTER TAINMENT BY CONVENL'. . SOHOOL CHILDREN. Tho loyalty of the people of Hills ton was not manifested' by lavish ex penditure in the matter of pyrotech-. nical displays. A few ' hungers',' and packets of crackers weie tired off, hut of rockets, Catherine, wheels, Roman candles, jumping-jacks and other de limits of boyhood, there were none.. Not even a bonfire illuminated the evening, There being no other amusement on board, a very fair audience patronised the entertainment given l»v the pupils of St. Josrph's Convent School, und which took place in O'Donnell's Hall. The front seats wereeveryono occupied, and the back forms also fairly filled. The enteitainment began punctually at 8 o'clock, and, though perhaps not quite up to the 'standard of previous entertainments given by the convent school pupils, was very interesting and enjoyable. The action songs showed that a great amount of time and trouble must ha ve been expended in bringing the children to such a...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

r* .-«?_#, XL „ O— ^ ? n ; I rELEGRSPHIC ITEMS p ROM OUH pOPtKlfcSPOhlD&HT SYDNEY, 'Flour -£ll TOs. :to '£12: 'Wheat 1 f roiiv-'4s. ~'6d. to ''4s. '7'd.' j chickvi-heati. 3s. '3d. to 3s. 6d. j- bran 'and ..pollard, ? !SJd per bushel. ? At the 'stock- sales -yesterday -best 1 wethers realised up' to'10s-9il. ?; medium 'from 03. 6d. ; 'ewes,' best; 7s. ; medium ?from 4s. 6d. Prime -bullocks to £6 15s.; medium froin 'il.S. .A largo : number of -meetings were ? held :yesternight s in all ' piirts on -the Federation Question, and no Stone will ! lie. left 'untiirned On 'either side to se .cure a victory at an early hour and i bring about converts to either side. Tho Premier addressed a large meet 'itig ?'?at -Newcastle ^ yesternight, atid ! spoke on similar' lines to his former : address, and strongly condemning .the ? financial, provisions. He wns accorded 'tin excellent reception, but no rvote' - was taken oil- tho -Bill. ? Edward Thurlow, a -small -pox .patient,' dib'd at t he...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

JN THE COUNTRY. On Qunen's Birthdny (writes a correppnnd ent) a oliildroti's pic-nic waa helil nt Narad - bun to belebrato the opening of the Public School at that pluce, and notwithstanding the oold and general disngreeableness of tha day, it w»B one of the greatest aacoesscn of thekindlhave over attonded. Tlie people enmonencod to put in no Rppesranon at about 10 a.m., and by noon thi-ri wrrequito 150 as. g=tmUJd, amongst whom I counted no Iph* th^n 80 under lo yesrs or ago. btiorily after 12 ''clook the ohildran firs-t, nnd.tlei tho grown-up people, sat down to a lery jump'1''1'' repast, whioh wns protided bv he following ladies, viz., Mmdnmes II 01%1'be, J. Bunolj, Batler, Andrew Miller, Jolina, Si-netins;, Mahy, Preftiwe W Forre-f, Middorp, and o'horfi. Then f illowed a lenjjthy programme of sports and raoes for both Htxep, aud amongst ihe moat sncoeefful competitors were t.bn roung Butlers, Sweeting*, Basehcs ami Mnddprnp. A' all the children nhowed «roat. eiigerneps in th« pp...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gilgunnia. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

(Hlgunnia . YTrom-our oirn correspondent) j Satisfactory returns are the onlCrd? { the day^as a result-bf' the recent crush ing.?. 1 irst oii tlie- list is Her Dream, with the handsome return of 126oz. from 66 tons treated, and chiefly won from the 150ft slopes. TheTributors at the Tarcoiube Prospecting Claim coming second with 2Sdzs. 1 dwt. from lGtoiiS. Osmetti and o;irtv -.iip Tfnnr Mile, 16 tons for 14-Jozs, and tbe Silver Ray- 5 tons for 2oz., and there is gold left in the mines yet. Rumour has that a battery is on the card for the Four Mile at an early date. This will mean a largely increased output, and piova tbat the confidence ? displayed in the field by those w no have pinned their fortunes thereto will not be misplactd. We have a chance of making a nuuie for the field with the Trilby claim, wnere a lode formation 30ft wide and carrying a little gold throughout, has been disclosed at a depth of 100ft, and as yet no signs ot a wall are apparent, lo use a classical term it i...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hilston Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

Billstoa Municipal Council, Tiie Council met on Wednesday evening, when there wns a full attend ance of Aldermen, tlie Mayor presid ing. Thu minutes of the previous meeting were lead and confii med. 'J he following correspondence was then read and ilea It with : From Clias. Harvey, re arrears of l ent, due by him for | ease of the Common, staring lie. was not in ( the position to pay the amount (£4 10s.) down, and oli'ering to pay £\ per month .-until.- ;the debt was liquidated ljYom M rs. Piatce, day, asking the Council to accept a reduced amount in settlement of a claim for arrears of rates 'due en property in her late- hus band's estate. From the Departnient of PublicWorks, enclosing vouclur : for claim of £30 road subsidy. From ihe District Roads Engineer, forward ing voucher for .£10, lialunce of special road vote. From W. P. Ritchie apply ing for transfer of his slaughtering license from '.Norwoud yards to those known as Mozzini's ; and from peveral persons enclosing amounts f...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

T nM crtcnciiE* CfenuBT Ohubch, Hillstow— Sev. J Vas.co. , Afanday, May lft'h — Nowlyu sohool, 11 a.m. Hillston, 7.30 p.m. Monday, May 22nd — Dunbar, 12 noon. ^ ttanday, May 2£hh — Moan' Hope, ohildren s pprvimi, 11 a.m. Bvonitig service, 7.30 p.m. PdEaDYTKaiAi? Cn'jnon, Hilmtoh — Rav. J J. Jbhhinob. 1st Sabbath — Alum. 2nd Sabbath-- Hillston, U a.m. and 7.30 p.io 3rd Sabbath — Ounhar, 12 nnon. 4th Sabbath— Hillaton, 11 a.m. and 7.30 fth Sabbath — Bundu 11 a.ra Hillaton 7.3c Catholic CiiUBcu— Rev. Fatubb Heydon will he celebrnt**d «* Hill^'on uu 15tb mid 22ud M*y„ Whealbah — May 29th PUBLISH I'D AT HILLSTON, N 3.W. livery Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, WAY 28th 1898.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

MISSING FRIENDS ! A FORTUNE MAY AWAIT YOU ! £1,000,000 UNCLAIM'D MONEY IN CHANCERY IN ENGLAND IS NOW WAITING CLAIMANTS! I AM in prwtPH-'' .--f iiifi-'ni''!!!!! -h»» Lnn.' rtiuii' of Mo ''V «'d Propor'v in -EnffNtid i huA fwwt. !*?'?. WAU'lSCr 'FOR PEOPLE TO OLATM IT. I Iiavb u Li«t| f.f cwstr t, 000,000 MJfflM ?'!_ 'ti-i-'- wjio Iirti .viititifd. : i Send in yout ..mm inv'. f -i| pirtioulnrs.'if y-m tliinli you or nny of your tiimily arc' wtitled to Monpy or P' re' ' in aiiv pn-t of tlie \V..rM . AIL. ! N F O H Ki A T I i'i SRAT1S.. .STtf.CNTARRES UXLK--! MONEY €IR PHOPKiil'Y I UEOOVIiRED. ALL L15UAL ADVIOE 1*REE U.F OHaHUIO.. jtfiKXCIES IN A LL PA RT-*' OF THE WORLT)., . Transactions Canfciitfii , ?«».' Strict Privacy Maintained Copies of Wills obtained from any purl of the IVurit, . , c\n r nn'n so wait«kg fob ircvESTivmfar, iu inrjro or ???ohII nam* 3*i / i~l ilillj Will Ii'Hul i.ii KuT-iture, X- .try Smelt, -r -\n soourity, WITHOUT !!1_ REGIS i RATION. -t„l STlitbTLY PRIVATE p-»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

Modern Miraoles, THE DAYS OP MIRACLES AltE NOT YET I'AbSED. SCEPTICS MAY DOUBT. SEVEN srEOlAl, BURGEONS ARE CON VINi/EO. DR. WILLI AMS OF PINK PILLS FAME IS FORCING THIS FAUC HOME IN , ALL C1VILI-ED C0UN1R1ES EVEBY DaY. Dr. WiUiamtt' uf I'iuk Pills fume, i« fur oiti^ thi- trtut huuio ju all civil z d oouuiricn every day A cikj iu puiur, liotnes frou« Melbourne, bo tmytf tbo Advu eat $ ; — ?? i'tio «reat*Mfc and nMJdt fUrao'^iunry wimuin whirh iiu/i « Vr-r i-tourred in is uuflo -bft'dly the rt oovery of DiVd K. rh, lha j.opu'ur uod ex-ohHiiipi ,ii c^ulin' who over t\ ytnr ngu, «vhtiu ir»ituug ou iht« track at ihoScu'u'i OoIIh^h, .Mdbouruc, wup hurled rri.iu hin luauhiue aud thruwu with iiiureniolu rtpidiny nud viuleuuB ou itiv linid urouird. Tho nru of th« it-aJer bar^r, tttui thut thu lut.liit mci'iciiL WHS Kirk wuh pi--kt»d up fr- rn when* in r hdUf-eh'MM nod carried qui a uuuoii* Mjiou- fo thu M Ibuurne li -dpi«ai. Att the aianv »eKourcn uf th»tt itintifuiion w- ro »-uou brought i...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. 'TitEBn'a no awcotor Tobacco comes from 'Virginia and no b'-tti-r bruud than the Three Capitis ' Y.ju'II t k« to it, bless vu, a ^rou grow olJor. — Thaokery, ' The Virgin ian*. ' At tho monthly meeting of the Ctiuruh ol Xnglund Committee, held at the Parsonage od tbc 16 h instaut, a hearty voto of tt ankn tvita uoaniim unly carried to tho ladier. and genthnrit-n who worked «o assiduously to make the recti t fl iwer show u success. The arrangements HI connection with th - tortli ootning triennial b'ziur in aid of lie Stipend fund were iil-o discussed, anu a geneial winl. wan expressed that an eifort would i-o mode . to pay otf ii portion at least of the lar e amount, oi urrturs of stipend duo to tin Incumbent. For Brutiohial Comjhs take Wood'o Groat Peppermint Cure, l/G and 2/G On Sunday lust au elderly man had a very aariow escape from serious injury, while on hirt way up from tho dirtuun of the Altion Hotel. A lad iu the ttnp'oy c ? f b leniunur enmpeu uu mo...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

;] .It? ;''h|takes „:f H0R€ : .[ H'^LF JjCYC to detect the schemes ot dishonest tradesmen, : who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of ? --Wolfe's. I Scboapps : OIM YOU.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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DR. G. E. RUNDLE. AN OLD HILLSTON IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

DR, G. E, BUNDLE. AN OLD HILLSTON J D EN HIT. From the columns of the /'atriot, the organ of the '.National- Protection 'Union of New South Wales, we take the following account of some of tho life history of Dr. Kundle, who, still largely interested in property here, was mho , of, the 'Old Brigade' of Hillston from '73 '.o '.S I. Dr. Runrlle will be if candidate in the protection ist interests for the Canterbury elect orate at! the next general election. We feel sure that otir readers will Im.greiitly, interested in the account of tho doctor's travels and early exper iences:— V (.leo'rgc Edward llundle was born. on .December 3rd lSlij. at Gospo.it, Hants,; England, ami is tho only surviving son of the late William John Itundle, M.D, of that (own. He was educated 111 France and at Burnny's and entered the Boyul Navy as assistant clerk ill 18Gi!, proceeding direct; to t ho China Station, .1 11 this year was fought a memorable' en engagement between the British Fleet and the-Kayosima (...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Westerly Wind. ITS REMARKABLE EFFECTS [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

'' A Winterly 'Wind- ITS ItKat'AHKic.ULE EFFECTS When yEolus in ancient days keep watch on guard ovor all the winds that blew, ami personally superintend ed their operations, l.e could possibly always tell -vliat thej were doing. i5ut the ufcndent present scarcely boast* an /Eolus, and thus the Westi:ily Wind, in Queenslar. I at least, lias bei-n causing considerable trouble. Mii-. Knibn -,-£ lini^-street Toowong ( ,Q ) ?«iv«s hef. .-eic jlcrifiitctt with the Wester ly iWind as toliows : — '.The Weoteily Winds, ' said Mrs. Knibb recently to our reporter, J'- ill wiiys had a nioht difa nstrous.eirectiupon.iiie. I have \y-cn a 'reatsullererfrom rheumatism. Twelve yearsago;X liad a ijad accKlentj^iiiVj fchigh was bniken, and since tlujijijijp, , I have sullered a, great deal. .'TjJo.sV the sight jf my lef^.vyc mainlj^thljuugn' the disease, even after tt outwent of; it was over I sullered from., EJV' across .tho: bone over the^ey^ ^W8t Oliristmns twelve months T wasssp ba'd that I could...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

The boy stood on the. back- yard fence whence all but he h'id fled. The flames that lit his father'sbarn shone just ao ove tho shed. Toi Chinese crackers in his hand and twenty in his hat. with piteous accents loud he cried ' I never thought of that !' Some other crackers to the tail of a small dog he tied. The smrks flew wide and red and hot they lit upon the brat ; they fired the crack* era in his hand and lit those in his hat. Then came the burst of sudden sound — the boy, where was he gone f Ask of the winds that far around strewed bits of meat nnd bone, and scraps of clothes and balls and tops and nails and books and yarn and relics of that dreadful boy that burned his father's barn Tho Duke and Duchess of York are f-«id to be really coming' to Australia next year. The new ltoyal yacht at present in course of construction at Pembroke, will be at their disposal. Every English colony will be visited by the Royal pair. The local management of the British mine, Broken-hill, has don...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

Your Grocer keep* VfnnVo Grrnt IVpppr. mint Cure for Coughs and Cold-«, 1/6 und 2/6. A sensation has been cause:! in Eng land by the publication of plans by the Home Secretary for facilitating the mobilisation of the army reserves. Mr. Chauncey Dcpew says that the British threat to join America in re listing forcible intervention to end the *ar haa proved of incalculable ndvan tage. For Concumptive Cougha take Wood'8 eat Peppermint Care, 1/0 »nd 2/0.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hot Water Street Lamps. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

Hot Water Street Lamps. There have been rumours that the. ln'est thing in applied science was to be street lamps for London that should supply the weary pedestrian with tea, colYce, I'OrnR, and hot water on the pennv-in-the-slot system. . The lamp rumours were true, and the Lew hut ?waser lamp is an established fact, as anyone -v:io chooses io make a journey to Queen's Buildings, Southwark Bridge Road; may-verify. Che lamp looks like an overgrown gns lamp standing on a tquare base, \v hk-li is really a tank containing some fifty gal lons of water. This latter is supplied from the street main by a small pipe, woich curling throrgh the nlivudy ?warmed water in the main tank runs up the lamp-post and passes in a spiral of many swirls ronnd and round three great gas flames. That turns it into steam which, confined at n pressure of thirty pounds to the square inch, be comes super-heated and passing down. wards keeps the water in a small tmk above the main one boiling. From the upr«T tank...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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COLEMANES EUCALYPTE EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

COLEMANE S EUCALVi'TE EXTRACT The purest eucalypti) on earth. Lord Carringtou's friond in inkbbnza. The world's remedy for chest complaints. Tho ' Cold ' cure of Earl Jersey s. But note well Euoalyptd not Eucalypti. , Mi'.i.bookvk is in alarm at what are sup posed lu bo manifestations of ansrohist antivity. Ou Saturday night a house in lulzruy (Vio ) was very seriously damaged by the explosion of a oarefuily. constructed a bomb All the members of tho Melbourne detective force aro eugaged in investigating the outrngo. The winter Stakes at Tattersall's Club raoos at Randwiok ou Saturday was won by Flodden, with Gleudeuuou second und Tne Clansman third. A deputation trom miners representntiva.s from tbe northern, western, and southeru oollieries will Bhortly wait up^n the Minister for Mines, to urgo that at least oue colliery in tho colony should be nationalised. 'SIGNET TOBACCO.' ' Signot ' Tobacco is the brind to buy, It can be hal of nil tobacconists in town and ooantry, and its gen...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Important to Settlement Lessees. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

Important to settlement Lessees- 1 The Land Act not being definite as to when the residence should commence on a settlement lease, and also ns no provision appears to be made in the Act for a holder of a settlement lease to cease residing for a f.;w months as in the case of a homestead selection, a resident of Hay wrote to the Under Secretary for lands on these two mat ters. The reply, published by the Grazier, is as follows : — ' Department of Lands. Sydney. 16th May, 1898. Sir, — Referring to your letter of ,5th instant, desiring certain information with regard to a settlement lease, I have the honor to inform you that the three months' grace allowed the lessee to commence residence upon his farm dates from the date of execution of the lease, and not from date of confir mation of the application by the local Land Board. With regard to your further inquity, I have the honor to inform you that any application for n temporary cessation of the residence condition of a settlement, leas...

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