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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. January, 2, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 January 1857

ESCOKT TO MELBOURNE. January, 2, 1867. I 6ZS. dwts. IV'Bi Becchworth. .7,828 10 and £4,201 "Buckland.... OS 0 200 IToelshed.... 272 10 Total... 8,160 0 £4,49i t To Bccchworth, I ozs. <hrt«. Frcm Yachandandah .. 0 0 and £ \ Buckland 226 10 . Woolshed 219 10 Total -i4ti 0 T'lt Escort Receipts representing the "p:\r ci-lr. icnt from tho several Gold Offices, as *hove ar« numbered rh under, viz. - From To Fecliworth 7,009 7,054 ). ckland .... ........ COC 007 Jolshcd >e noxt Government Escort will leave ?\\>.hworth on Friday, January 1G. I':-feels to "be transmitted thereby will «5L» : weired at the Gold OiiieetmtU 2 o'clock .MC. of the preceding day. T!.'l collections on account of Revenue for Rights, Business Licenses, and }bhv'i© Tickets, for tho we^k ending the '7tJ Dcc., amount to £174 10 from all hp did fields of this district. V .o deposits in the Gold Office, Beech ro h, on the 27th ult., were - Gold, .7. Yl ouacee, 0 dwts; and Cash, £ij,0G3 ih. ring a decrease ...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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BEECHWORT Wholesale Prices Current [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 January 1857

BEECinVORT Wholesale Price3TT Current £ s. d. 0 to 12 Flour per tou 40 I' Seoonds .....do. 37 0 0 40 " Sugar-Cossiporo...do. SO 0 0 82 10 ; Bright counter .. do. OS 0 0 70 0 Ration (dark) ...do. 00 0 0 02 0 Tea-Block.,.par chest 3 2 0 8 7 t Green 7 0 0 Sice-Patna... par tou 3S 0 0 -JO 0 ! Carolina do. 52 0 0 Gandles - Patent - .1 Sperm.... per lb. 0 1 7\ 0 1 ? Adamantine do. 0 1 ol 0 3 Tallow do. 0 0 30 Butter-Fresh ......do. 0 3 6 ? Cork do, 0 11 0 1 Salt Colonial do. 0 12 0 1 -Sggs per doz. 0 7 0 .)faeoti, English...pcrlb. 0 18 ? l)o. Colonial do. 0 14 7latns--English......do, 0 18 0 1 American do. 0 14 0 1 t'JoSee do. 0 10 0 1 . .....do, 0 0 4| 0 0 '.I'ob&Oeo, Ainorican,do, 0 4 0 Barrett's rn*j8t...do, 0 4 0 Votatoe* do, 0 0 4$ Onionj do. 0 10 Dried Apples ......do, 0 11 rioSJes,(quarts)pordoz. 14 0 Do....(pints) do. 0 10 0 0 IS Salmon (lib, tins) do. 1 10 0 Oysters do......do. 1 10 0 Lobsters do do. i 10 0 Sardines, qra do, 0 13 0 Soap Colonial, per cwt. S 17 0 4 0 Manil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 January 1857

V. IENDERS addressed to tile President JS. of tlio Central Road Board, Mclbournt, ttiH bo received until 11,' ''Vstouv .'HDUtu-y 2, for building a Bridge <rrir S>um Crack, seven miles from AVanp«ratta. ? Mais and specifications can K- j Ilyley's office, Wangaratt:., _ where FT"01 forms of Tender can he obtained, tlic .ow^-t Tinder will not necessarily oe Immigration Remittances. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. 3RS0NS wishing to bring out their rela tives and friends from the United lom to Victoria, can secure passages for in vessels chartered by Her Majesty f loveruwent on the following conditions 1. The person to be brought into the Colony must be ineood health, free from ;illbodilj 01 rifpntrd defects; of f*ood moral character, fibber, industrious, ami in the habit of work i(is for wages at the occupation specified m rte application forms. Children under the (.je of fifteen years must be accompanied by »ume competent person who will take charge I'fthem durine the voyage. . 2. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 January 1857

Or VICTORIA, Ford-;-1root and O Cr>"JO-;a»v»iU Jobn Famui, Mjmiiger. 4P0 15/ nr,UixmmVAHK "ftml OLASS; whole jpj tiw li I'gi-.it uasortmoirt in tho Colo wes, ?' ,T. *i<.nw.iy'V, 175 GronS Bo««WK»ot enst, Mcli^'i.mo. 109 .00 E ?E FLINTS r.r.nd Ofilcos, !3, Camp » Rt:'oot. ne:»r High street. N.ft.-FverholdH on eusy term*. 5">5 105 rp' AB110TT ,ucf CO., "Wholcc-ldo' Mor '_j « CK.Mit -. Ford it-.voot. t ' Ct32 163 I: A. N ANI) WATS ON. Commission i' yu r .Orwib, Thoi-iV.* J>49 Colliuf-wvae, Ylol'ourno. "-'H 201 S. (i. Fogg.and Co., f-i K.VKJ1AL IRONMONGKRS yr Vor.1_atr.-ct, Bc-cW-rth. 83 14 f 'i T-X' -V. I'll:. ,u. CO., pinin and or- I \in: i\nw.ri and \Vritors,. t/jch .»hW> op»»»i t«- ..WiUlanw.*- Pr»-.vorv, ' *. . .Iff v\l,. . ' ' filial -jiNP CO., S'n." ' W.^Mtrior'bf, Flinders .KiyJiK&titt&i,:&dWurni>. { Country nr.a <iiBputcjv ''" ? "7 . . ' 849 207 " "T^oScfi of rbmovax,. MR) CLARKE, fifin-lster-iu-ta*', hna . Removed fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

SALE OF Li»B In Finch street. SATURDAY, 3rd JANUARY. IN consequence of the ineWment state of the weather yesterday, R. Smith wa» compelled to Postpone his "Sale of allotment 11 of section 11 Finch street, and allotment 6 section 11 adjoining Camp street, an adver tised, till SATURDAY, the 3rd, When it will be submitted to pub''."Citapoti tlon »t half-past Ten sharp. 922 147 SATURDAY, 3rd JANUARY. A FINE Mob of Useful HORSES, from th# station of H. Hall, Esq., At the Royal Hor»0 Bazaar, Ford street. Sale at Eleven precisely. No reserve. 923 147 400 BUSHELS MAIZE, Without reserve. Saturday, 3rd January, 185". R. SMITH HAS received instructions to sell unre* servedly, 400 Bushels Maize, Juifc received from Tumut, in very fine con dition. Also, A Lot of Sundries, At Two o'clock precisely. Ford street, Beechworth. £>11 147 SALE OF THE BLACK SWAN RES TAURANT, And Kitchen Garden. TO be be sold on Monday, 1th January, tho premises so well nud favorably known as the BLACK SWAN RESTAURANT,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

LIST OF LETTERS received and remain ing undelivered during the month of Do comber, 1850. Porsons applying for any of theso arc ro quested to Btato ** advortiaed letters." Ackroy, George AbUut, Mr Adam*, W A Ainslo, A W Aitkon, Allan Anderson, Thos G Anderson, Andrew And Archer, John Aroher, Jas F Ashoroffc, Jas Aubrey, Thos Augustine, Jos B Baddook, Wni P Baillie, WO. Baiu( James Baker, James B umatyno, H B Harry, Thos Bartholomew, Thos Hartley, Charles Barton, Georgo Bat<% Daniel Al Batti^to, R Buxtor.AVm Barrett, Thos Loigh D Dalton, J J Duniclf), Thos Daniel, Thos Darby, J J Darlington, John Duto, Edwd Davenport, Goo P Alexander Davidson, D (2) Davidson, Thos Dawson; \V C (3) Dawson, Thos Devliu, John Dlok, James Dillon, Edtvd Diatioy, Jus F Daggott, J as Daog, Andw Donald, Daniel Dmdson, Geo Doylo, ChrfatopUor Donohuo, John Durston, Thos Druce, W C 13 Ea*ty, Robert Eastward, Jas Edward*, Walter B rnardo, S Cavagna Edwards, John W Boveri 'ro» Alex Birch, Win BlaU, John...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notice whatever can ba taken of nnony mc"B communications. All t<:vmmubications for the Editor ahoult1 b«\aldresaed to him at tho OVZKS and Man rat ADVEaiiaBu Office, Ford-street, l^egiiworth.

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

PARLIAMENT. , The. Legislative: Council presumed its sittings on Tuesday, when Mr.Mitchell biid iipo i the table n message from Sir Henry Bhrkly,' informing j'ie Council of his assumption Vi'f olFicfi iisjGoverrior of the colony. ' i'fhu\rness*age haying lK'tn rcoil, Mr Mitchell moved ihs ap pointment of ft f.clect committee to prepare an address to his Kxcellency, and suggested the propriety of seeking a conference with the House of As sembly, in order that both chamb rs might present a united address to his Excellency. The committee wai ap pointed ; a draft address was brought up and received, and tile conference suggestion was adopted ; the address committee being commissioned to act as the m iiiagers of the same on behalf of the Council. The President of the Council an nounced the receipt of a petition from Mr William llighett, against the return of Mr Kaye, which w.is referred to the elections committee, several members of which were sworn in. Mr M'Combie, in moving the second ...

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POLICE COURT. Friday, 2nd January. (Before Messrs. Morphy, Bourke and Melli[?]) DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

POLICE COURT. ; ! ,:''V . Friday, 2nd January, I . . . (Before Messivi. Morpliy, liourno aud -Mel* linli:) - onVfNic. Thomas Randall was fined 10s. for this offence. AfSM'I.T. ' Peter . McClond was charged by Constable Lynch \vi;h having followed nnd assaulted some Chinamen at the Woolshed on the 1st instant. A Chinaman wan called in evidene. and having been swum hy blowing out a lighted match, he stated through the interpreter that the p:jsoner rushed out of a public house, tiireiv a hoop round his neck, and attempted :» choke him. The witness created some amusement hy suiting the action to the word, in il lustration of his evidence. In his defence the prisoner pleaded drunkenness ; and Sergeant Du Vernet gave him n good character. Fined £5, and severely repri manded. LAnCKNY. Peter McCloud, the prisoner in the above case, was again charged by Constable Lynch with having stolen a rope and tin dish, the property of C. Mellish, a German, who having been sworn, stated that lie lived o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

WOOL SALES. 1 THE Undersigned beg to inform Sottlera and others that thoy are prepared to receive Wools for or Rhipmftnt, "Weekly sales of Wool, Sheopskin, Hides, Tallow will bo held every Thursday during the season, when the wools will be well openocl oat a sufficient time before 8;de, in order that a correct estimation of tho value may be formed, and the lull market price obtained. Vendors can select their own auctioneer if desired. J. H. CLOUGH & CO. (Successors to C. and J. Bradshaw,) Wool Brokers. 47, King-street, Melbourno. 609 154 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. NOTICE. ON and after the 2nd January, 1S57, the business of this B.\nk will be carried on in tho new building opposite the post office. DAVID MOltlS.>N, Manner. Beechworth, 31st December, 1S5G. 911 1-56

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PARTICULAR CASE. Bay View Cottage, Parker[?] Williamstown, 11th Decem[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

PARTICULAR CASa\. m Jiny View Cottage, Parker ®J§3| Williamstown, 11th Decem^jfs SIR,-In answer to yourleSji|| (5th or 8th instant, received ;||§ I beg to state that any int'orrr/? cept from hearsay or inferen(t!>f|i be able to supply yon relativity" question upon penal discipliepjj limited indeed, as I have i v'tinde it a point not to seem to in matters not immediately ifl with the "discharge of my order to maintain, as tar as nS a neutral position between tlif and hi? jailor " However, I will cheerfulk 1 such information as I h ive brc.ji gather dnrinj: t!ie time I hue ; present appointment, wlnl-ti t ing to answer your questions J " You ask,-- 'What are tV.;. matters the prisoners complar. "Without attempting to | them, I may say,.. lst.'Ihfl heavy irons, which tltry look v a twofold punishment-that . present inconvenience and di ^ and the i'.ture engendering ot fc J veins. 2ndly, JJeing ironed sentence from a judge to that tfy. their trial, ,'irdly, The length they have to we...

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THE Oves and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1857. PRISON DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

THE antr ivviwj Sltibcrttscr. PUBLISH Ell DAILY. SATUliDAV, JANUARY 3, 1S57. PIUSON DISCIPLINE. Wr published yesterday and continue to do so to day, extracts from a report drawn up by a cojnmittec of Melbourne gentleman, appointed to inquire into tfie malpractices and barbarities alleged to exist in the hulks and stockades in which our convicts.are confined. How ever horrible, barbarous, and revolting these records may appear, no one should shrink from an attentive perusal of the j whole/ Publicity-of the facts can alone arouse public opinion, and public opinion alone is wanted to compel the strictest and most, sjarchnj inquiry as to the authors of the illegal tortures inflicted upon the unhappy inmates of these dismal dens ; to obtain for them the condign punishment Jiey so justly merit, and to effect an immediate nnd total abolilion of a sys-eni disgraceful to its originators, diabolical in its agencies, and debasing in its results. It enn no longer be doubted that Mel ville, the ...

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PENAL DISCIP[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

PENAL DISCIPi si WE resume to day our [,, the citizen? committee rj* ,, the particulars of several. [!| ere enquired into. however, as the p lid down by law and the our committee regret tlr-. imperative duty to lnf^rt; i'rom the evidence they the Inspector-General, Alt md the Visiting-Justice. [El Yottl, have exceeded ami lespotic power entrnsteIt , Piice. liy e-tablishinsr aml^ |jj a system of espionage the worst men to obtain tli'fe ot' their fellow prisoners, ,iri|; warding them I'or betraying his utmost to contribute I against which he was pointed to giuvd. Youtl lesire to turn your p;irticu'e® to the case appended to tliv Daniel Gisbonie, maimed j; life by being shot through i'his casj your committee 1>||I unparalleled in the mm> '' " life. Mr. Price, who ,, doubt, was inlbrmul 3 wretched spy, Lewis, of f*";!! of the intended attempt to L^lf previous to its occurrence,;V< the most ample means t;;f? prefeired to place his maim or murder the njisgr-fe could so ea...

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THE LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

TIIE LAND _ SALE. Thk third land sale this week collected at the Police, Court yesterday a more numerous attendance than either of the1 oilier two, and ilie competition for l.its was brisk in the extreme. As the fol lowing tabic shews, the prices realised were high, and will bear comparison with those paid on '.former.occasions. Lots 1, 2 and 3 being the locality on which are situated the police-inspec to/s offices and quarters, with those of the gold receiver, were withdrawn, as were als.i lots 14, 23, 34, 35.and ,35. The reason for the withdrawal -of.the first, we presume to be the non provi sion of other quarters and offices for the superintendent and inspector of po lica. Lot 14, the lower cornerof High street and Church street, was with drawn, in consideration of the well upon it. Why tile others were with drawn we are unable to say. Lots I, 2, and 3, withdrawn. 4, £390, i\Ir W. C. Jones Parry. 5, £170, Mr Charles Frosfceu. 0, £120, Mr E. G. Mayne. 7, £9 ), Mr E. H. Dunn. S, £9...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

SHIPPING -INTELLIGENCE. ?ROJSCTED DEPARTURES. Toa LITEBFOOL.-White Star, 8th January; Royal Charter (»), 15th January. FOR LONDOH.-Copenhagen, 10th January; Sydenham. 28th January; Anglesey, 2iet Georgo Marshall, 24th February; Irene, in January; Walmer Castle, iBt March; Roxbtirg Cutis, Austral, oarly; Mcdway, 10th Feb. FOK BRISTOL.-Morning Star, early. FOB CALLAO.-Prince of the Seas, Jamea Adams, early. FOB CAFE or GOOD HorE. - Ireno, iu January. Fo» ASTAR.-Victory, early. FOR HONO Koya.-Excelsior, early.

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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. Jauunry, 2, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

ESCORT TQAMEIIBOURNE. ^ Jauunry, 2, 1857. | 07.S. dwts. From Becchworth. .7,828 10 and £4,204 Buckland.... G8 0 200 Woolshed . .. 272 10 Total... 8,109 0 £4,494 ^ To Becchworth, uz*. ilwtn. Fl«m Yaehandandah 0 0 and £ r- Buckland 220 10 * WooUhed 219 10 . Total 44(5 0 : Tho Escort Receipts representing tho p*ir eel« nent from thu several Gold Offices, up mbov) ore numbered as under, viz, - From To Becchworth 7,009 7><'<')4 Buckland COO 007 AYoolabed Th« next Government Escort will leave Becchworth on Friday, Jaunary 16. I'ariels to be transmitted thereby will oe Kueived at the Gold Office until 2 o'clock p.m. of the preceding day. The collections on accouut of Revenue for Miner*' Rights, Business Licenses, mid CKhir.-a Tickets, fur the week ending the 27th Dec., amount to £174 10 from all the « old fields of this district. Thv deposits in the Gold Office, Beech worth, on the 27tU ult., were - Gold, I7.C71 ounces, 0 dwU; and Cash, £6,Ot33 a decrease in the am...

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BEECHWORT Wholesale Prices Current [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

BEECHWOIIT Wholesale Prices Current _ ' £ s. d. £ S. <J. Hour par ton 40 0 0 to 42 0 0 Seconds do. S7 0 0 40 0 0 Sugar-Cossiporo ...do. SO 0" u' S3 10 0 Bright counter .. do. 6S 0 0 70 0 0 Ration (dark) ...do. GO 0 0 62 0 0 Tea-Black...por cliost 8 2 G 8 7 G Green 7 0 0 Rice-Patna... per ton 33 0 0 40 0 0 Carolina do. 60 0 0 Candles - Patent - Sperm per lb. 0 1 74 0 1 S Adamantine do. (I 1 (j 0 X S Tallow do. 0 0 10 Butter-Fresh do. 0 3 6 Cork do, 0 14 0 17 Salt Colonial do. 0 1 2 0 3 4 Eggs ....per doz, 0 7 0 Bacoo, English...per lb. 0 18 . Bo. Colonial do. 0 1 4 Hams-English do. 0 13 0 1 10 American do. 0 14 0 10 CofTc© do. 0 16 0 1 7 g"1' '}"? o 0 41 0 [« Tobacco, American, do. 0 S 9 " Barrett's Twist...do. 0 4 0 Potatoes do. 0 0 4| Onions do. 0 10 Dried Apples do. 0 10 I"ickles.(quarts)perdoj. 14 0 ' Do....{pints) do. Oil* 0 0 IS Salmon (lib. tins) do. 1 10 0 Oysters do do. 110 0 Lobsters do do. i 10 0 - Sardines, qrs do. 0 1.3 0 Soap^ Colonial, per cwt.. 3 17 0 4 0 M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 January 1857

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. AkTPRITCHARD'S Beechworth Timber Yard and General Store, Ford Streot, -1 . 10(1 200 *fit, Fisher's Commercial Hotel._ INGLI8, Tinsmith, High street, . Beechworth, near the now Bridge. Stove piping, pumps, and every description of tinware, mado to order; tin and galvanised iron bucket*, wliolesalo, warranted nouml. A B UST1N BE MOLE & CO., General , » Merchants, Camp street, Beechworth, and at Adelaide. BKECII WORTH Suburban Freehold Land for sale. Plans and particulars at the Land Office, 2, Cnmp street. 654 105 Ivil.tM. TVROAVN, MUNHO & CO., Wholesale ]~> and Retail Drapers, Ford atveet^Beecn^ worth. . - --- ~OANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Ford it? street, Beeehwortli. 1~1 ANK OF VICTORIA, Ford-street and Camp-street. John Farran, ?S*LARKTu.d COOKTCarpentertj, Bailderi^ (J Undertakers, »nd Timber Merchants, opposite Oh,m and Murray office. Ford-stroot. 55* J2-i T~1 ARTHENWAT!F. and GLASS, whole HJ sale, the largest assortment in tho Colo nio», «tJ. ...

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PENAL DISCIPLINE. NARRATIVE OF PARTICULAR EVENTS. (Continued.) Criterion Hotel, Sandhurst, 9th December, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

PENAL DISCIPLINE. XABiUTivi: OF Paiiticulau EVXXTS. { Continued. J Criterion.Hotel, Siadimrat, 9th December, 1856. Sin,-Having read with attention and interest all the reports relative to the trial of lUelville. I consider it a duty to say, that every statement made by that unfortunate man is true. I was con stantly in the sue etv of Mr Home at that time, and train his own lips heard revelations that chilled my bloud. I am happy to find an investigation is mi loot, and trust ±\tc Home, \Viikimi, and the late deputy. Mr ?aral liarroives, ('.iptain Kelsal, and every one employed in the department at the lime, will l<e examined, lor it was a miracle that tile victim escaped with life. I was myself in thi* penal department, hut not in a convict hulk, and ran the ri.-,k of incurring the displeasure of the authorities by advocating and pracii=ing a milder sy=tem. 1 liuvc tin? honor to be, Sir, Vow obeiiient servant, JaUI.'S C. RotkHiSl'N. Late Sni»;rinlci)(it;nt olJll.M.hulk n ...

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