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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

iLUL AUK.v:;(;fiiiKVi-i? at tiie l*O:iT OyflCE. Wmwiix \.M.uidi.v. lill ii.m.'Tbarvliy auUSun j! T]itir-ia;.-. s i»m.| d^r. jp. ni. y.iyAVt;o ? iTa&Jiy, ^ p.m. 35?auii:iT. *? pxa. Th- !'.-r?'--.;np; Mails arrive ai their desti rmthyn us TfJloirs: — Bbl-saxs .. IHily, SimJay excepted, 10 a.m. To.iw(wm3A \Tcd.i-»-la:.-. 11 a,iu. ; Sat;u dav. a p.m. Da.\TTi-.v ? Wal'iesiUy, aoua; SatarJjT, 6paul ?\Vacwick .. Tuesday. 4 p.-a.; Saturdav. II a.nu Kasa^go .. Friday, noon. The fi.Ilowias Mails aro contia;ant for tins ua ths arrivals of tliL-stJaiatfrs; and for t-n-ss sjcii arranjfo:jients aro made as are Bn-«liL-s!y t» iaJl.tp'Uilieci:ircaicnc-i,viz.: - Saryb-xoa^li, iilaixtiKio, and Uusk1taui--- tn.'i, i-v«.-rj- aitjrastj S«n;!ay «r Jlon «la v, as liiitifiail ia tha !.«;il pa-.i-jra of Vm jwjvioiw FAl»y nn.l Saturday. New SimiJi ff.ila aai the ntbur A)i'*t!-a- lL-in (a.ln:ii.r*, as opportunity oilers, nsaallrtirii^ a week- Hours of clos iiiJT cxliibitcj at t'ost Offitt:. E'lro^i-^ ...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

MISCELLANEOUS SEWS. (from the Papers to 26rt April.) Tub Council of lie Astronomical Stnaety have awarded the gold medal to Mr. Warren de la Rue for bis astronomical researches, and especially for bis application of photo graphy. This public recognition of the suc cess of chemical delineation of celestial objects may be an iuijiortant date in the history of astronomy. Xo discovery of our day affords a more hopeful field of anticina tion than that of photograph}-, which seems destined to take that part in the astronomy of visual phenomena which graduated in struinisats have taken in the astronomy uf motions and positions'. The Senior and Junior United Service and the Army and Navy clubs intend, it is said, to allow foreign oniccrs nf distinction to become honorary members during the conti nuance of the Exhibition. A letter from San Francisco, written by a resident, states that M'Mauus died in a most pitiable condition. He says : — I see bv the late Irish papers that die remains of T....

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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

WEEKLY CiLZN'»AU. ?aLil»5U— ^I*£S. , SSTS- '. A«;S. .OX THE fcAJL lj?ii i ~B.;».~P ~D.~rr~'St''Ln tAStrn. Fiittn _ 2J t, 52 ! 6 S ( ii i . 4 ii i i H IStianli' 21' fiii I * S 2! 5 j 6 -S; 7 20 tiu3.^r'_i2j t .*S ) 5 e . j i |;-S S 19 «ouOUV_i3; 6 5-2 j S y ] 23 S i e 4S i 7 M Tu-»A.j_i3| « S3 ; S 10 J8 9 ? ' « 8 10 «-*dnsiij25 C£ | SID 1 3 i ;s«j 9 0 nuusda; ?6 6 53 ,' 5 11 j ia 5 \ UH '. 9 46 Vtossan'PTitJag and netting i4 odcolalnl to m«fln tine. Ui^A ralerai :psvieltf-iai'himm*lt*r.

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SURAT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

8PI1AT. (rani oukows cohbespon-oest.) This tiwnihip has been proclaimed a pincc for holding petty sessions, the adjuncts, a lock-up and Court-boose will, as a corollary soon iullow. ££''' Tli-irc is no end to horseflesh here ; mob* are continually passing tiirougu without finding purchasers, and are consequently takisu on to the Condaininc for sale by auc tion. We arc anxiously expecting tho erection of an hotel here, which would pay well if respectably conducted. Oa;- newly gazetted Police Clerk its much wanted bare. Can you tell us wliat lias become of him ?

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, SATURDAY JUNE 21, 1862 [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

flu Hovtb ^usti-alian. irsmon, SATUEPAr.JuxE 21, isca. Wkcs tiic L-egislative Council, a few days since, refuse! to read its reformed Constitution }Jill a second time, becatsa it iwi-gnisei t!ie principle of election as t!i3 basis of tUat constitntiou j the Council by tLr.t act supplied a poworfnl additional anramcat against the coati nuanee of a nominee Chamber. Tlie \-aoJ31atioa i-^liibit^d iu tiio conduct of ! same nicmbsrs of the majority', t!ie illi 1 borslity and ignnranoc of couslitutioual ri^Sits expressed by otlici-s, and tlie assu^ntion pervading tlie whole of tlie dei-ste on that occasion, displayed on mistakcably the bitter mockery cf the caricature perpetrated oa the British House of Peers when the rash novelty was permitted of creating a colonial imitation of that august b ady. There are few men iu Australia, if the nominees themselves be escepted, who will not readily affirm that a. nomi nated Ijvper chamber has not only failed in achieving public respect, Imt ?%hat i...

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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

WAEWICK, (FBOH AX 0CCA«0SAL COCKESPOSDEST.) On the Ifltli instant, n case under the Tj- 1 censed Victuallers' Act was heard and deter- i mined at the Police Court, lmfore A. E. j Halloran. Esq, P.M.. and D. Lucas, Esq., 1 J.P^ in whirfi Mr. John James Kincsford, Mayor of Warwick, was charged with hav ing, on the 4th instant sold spirits in less quantities than two trillions. It appeared from the evidence that upon the dav laid in tin; information a l.id named Murdoch, iu the employment of John Uarvny. a butcher, ' received fntm his master a bottle and 7s. (-d^ ', with whieh he was instructed to proceed to the store of the defendant and purchase a bottle of sond brandy, and to say it was for Mrs. Monks. Murdoch went to the store and procured the brandy, which was supplied to him by Klwordiy, tlio storekeeper, the tfwfUttAnnt *rot-lwing [wnwint ; IStwrtrtl^r t«U Murdoch that he was sixpence short, and that he was to bring it thu next tiuiu he came ; upon leaving flie store the lad was...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

LATEST INTFT.TJGEl'JCB (Frma the Courier.) SVBXI3V. Wednesdav, 6 n.n). The golA escort TnWrery l)»' Gardiner and his gan*^ has caused an irauiensc seusr.tion. liitvcraincut have offered a reward of £1000 for the apprehension and conviction of the rolibers. Dr. I/uig has bronglit into the Assembly a hill tn rc;ie=l tlie Ian- of primogeniture. Tlic Kicctions Committee hire pronounced an ojiiniim that tlic pension of CajiUin Moriai'ty docs not dUqn.tlify him from occu pying a' seat in Parliament. 'A motion to the effect that Government should take (in tha train nay «-as .negatived last nis'it liEiidsborouslj and bis party have arrived safely on the Darling. lie speaks «-e!I of j tlie country through which he passed, hav- ' ing met with abundance «f grass. He sarc no traces of Burke. Thursday, C p.m. The Legislative Cmmeil have referred the Elective Upj'er House Bill to a Select Committee. A bill 3ias been lirongUt forward ia die J Assumblv t' amend uniic.msuliu^ti: tliu laws relating t...

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THE DOWNS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

TOE DOW3STS. Fr.OM the Toowonmba Papers. CosDiSitSB. — The excitement of the races baviusr pascd. our town was oiiietly drifting back into its insignificance, when the people were suddenly startled last week by the report that 5lf- Dement F.irstcr. a squatter generally residing on thu Blaranoa, had lost liimsclf in the bush. By all accounts, lie intended to take a stroll from Ticrcybuo. where lin was on a visit to Sir. Kennedy, to our town, and lost bis way tn thfi darkness of Hie night. The next morning he found a tent of haycutters about four miles from here, who re-deccived him. but the unfortu nate gentleman lias never been heard of j since. A strict search for him proved fruit- j less, and a general turn out of all the young men of tiic neighbourhood shared with the same fate. It is generally supposed that the poor folio w must h»vc tried to cross a, j scrub between the place lie was last seen on i and the township. Mr. Forster has since { turned up all well. I Spoktimg. — On T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

NOTICE. FE2SOXS IKpEBTED to the Kerih Australian fur t-;iliseriptjons or Adver -tisia/r. tit tit: 31st ilnrcli list, inclusive, arc resp'jotfully requests to bo i-iioiut in tha gettlcrui-i.'t -if tkeir -accounts. Agents arc requested to niakc immediate rurnUtances and statements of moneys col ltscttal oa acciant of this establishment. ?* North Australian ** JOIHee, Ipswich, 21st May, 1SG2.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

®%e Hfodft Australian, Q^EEKSLASD GENERAL APVEBTISER, IS published on TcBsniY. Thuesday, and Satgbday mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. TERMS OF StUJSCEITTIOS. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. Per Quarter, credit ; ? 10s. Single Number .. ? ? Cd. The Quarters terminate on the 31st March. 30th Jane, 30tfi September, and 31st Decem ber st which periods only can resignation Suliaerlliors will Ins charged from the d»te of commencing their subscriptions. TEEMS OF AUVErmSCC. B. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch ? 2 0 Sis lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or trader one inch ? 3 O Evcrv additional eight lines, under aninch ? ... I 0 TEKMS OP B1SCOCST. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 '$- cent. 13 ., ? 15 .. «fi „ « ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written on the face of each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and clnrged accordingly. Advertisements from ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

SKIPriNG. AUKIYAL. JrxE 19.— Clarencrt («.), Captain Cottier. frutn t jj N.wtitji-n I'nrt*. l'aissngers — MV. Sljiiilyii'in, fruai Ik3jk'ij;ui!b-n to vii:id fit.mc; It. jljrtin to M.ii-x l-;.n-nj:li; Mr. Sylreste.-, to Ii.-isb:iJL- r :in J oil Jti ihi' steer age. ! DEI*AH7UE'5. Jcxe 13 ? VjrseveranfM, s~li- -:ier, 71 to;is. Cintnu Svkes, f.ir th: UUrcuej ilivar, in ballast. -Ian: 19.— Tvjerrap'i f*0. 7*C» toss, Oiji t:.Iu O'S.-il'y f-.r S-.-.l.iov I\i wnusrsl Mwri T. H'^'Unl. T. R St-nfc.-n*, .!. C l'liij?. E. Ai'-:cn. It. 1'iioili. S.Davis, Y-\ H- Buras, J. H Vtlstrorth. Zif^. F. Hasaat ami ebiM. an-l 1-1 i-i tbe sts.^rairc. Jnna 13. — Jiifw.t. s:i!l-. tV.jitain JVOvk-v, So.- Madras. Passenissr— Mrs. D'O.U-y* -Inns 19.— H.JLS.S! PKiaw, 6 s\v.s~, Caii taia Ei!oy, fur t!ie ecu- scttierusat. EXl'OHT?. Tele ^ajrh, steamer: 2 hogsheads culonsal wiaj, T. I!li-l;e; 1-J cisks Fruit, i hnae'ass bananas.. J. Rogers; s cis^s fruit, T. Ua m»ck.; 1 p-.re.--I. ex Brisbane; 1 cas; fruit, Mrs. Web...

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CAPTURE AND ESCAPE OF A BRITISH VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

CAPTURE AXD ESCAPE OF A BRITISH VESSEL. -9v tfnr Slst «T Aprft ttic shTp Kmtly St. Pierre, captured off Charleston Harbour by tho United States' ship of war James Adger, arrived iu the Mersey, at Liverpool. She had been recaptured by her captain and a small party of her crevr and brought to England instead of being taken to Philadel phia, as was the intention of the prize crew. Tlie Emily St. Pierre, a fine vessel of SSi tons, owned in Liverpool, sailed a considerable time ago from Calcutta, for St. John's, Xevv Dmuswick, with orders to call off Cliarleston-bar, to ascertain whether or not any blockade of diat port existed. She i:id a cargo of gunny cloth, aud was in charge of a crew of 13 or 14 men, under the command of Captain Wilson. While off die port of Charleston she was espied and cap tured by die Federal vessel, James Adger. one of die blockading squadron. The major part of die crew of the Emily St. Pierre was taken on board of the Florida, and the cus tody of the captured v...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR THE ELECTORAL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

T.T=yr»naTigg to tpb Tpn-vrrv-y^ TOE ELECTORAL BILL. Sib— Your reporter slightly misrepresents my remarks at the meeting, hold on Tues day craning last. Towards their conclusion they were something to the following effect —'That this Electoral Bill. undeT&e pre tence 4f being a sop to the radicals, a boon toihe working-classes, would virtually de etroy tlieir inflnm.^ in every borough or suburban constituencv that is «mm«»nh»* with a pastoral one, seeing that under it every hutkeoper, shepherd, boJlock-diiver, splitter, fencer. horsebreaKcr, and strolling, improvident vagabond, with whom tiie bush abounds, who can manage to read and write, I will be enfranchised.' To some extent I agree- with an edu cational test, when combined with a property or salaried one. At the same time I would venture to aajjgcft, ainl tit tliis suggestion I hereby lx'.g t-- call Ur. -^liallin»r's special j attention, whether it world not be far mure conducive to sound Le iisl.it iim that an educatio...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

MEXICO. Contradictory reports are still circulated respecting the Mexican expedition. From Vera Cruz we have intelligence that Juarez had ratified an azrecincut with the allied commanders at Soledad. and the pacific so lution of the quarn'l wirh Mexico appeared so certain that the troops of the allies were said to be preparing to return home. The Spanish journals assert that if French troops enter Mexico, the Spaniards will accompany them, while the 1'atrie affirms that a mon archist committee is about to meet at the capital.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Fmnw, Juse 20. (from ouu owx rsinsEsroxKEST.) Tlie SPEAKER tonk the chair at tweuty £vc minutes past ten. NAVAL SERVICE BILL. This bill, which had been transmitted by the Secretary of State to all the colonies, and die clauses of which were of a mere formal nature, was re.ij s second time and passed thronzh committee. MARINE BOARD BILL. The House went into committee to consi der die legislative Council's amendments. The COLONIAL TREASURER ex plained the anientiiucnts, which were of an unimportant nature, and passed without de bate. COOLIE LABOUR BILL. This Bill was read a tliird time and passed. SUPPLY. The COLONIAL TREASCP.EE moved die item for file Customs. I/e explained . that there was an im-rcr.se of two clerks ; ' also, an increase iu the saUry of collector, tt- which he was justlv eiiut!t--l. Mr. TAYLOR asked that the items be put separately. The items were then put and jinsscd. Mr. TAYLOR Oii]-..sc-l the increase of £I«0 to die salary of the Collector. ...

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THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE Tlie University boat race, which has created so much interest and excitement, during die last fortnight, came off on April 12, over die usual ennrse from Putnev to Mortlake;. but although die betting 'was nearly even at die time of the start, aadia groat' race was anticipated, it was a«very hollow affair, die Cambridge men bcuv* completely overmatched. D The Oxonians were the winners last vear, and the challenge of this season, tiiereforel emanated from Cambrigc. Both crews have been in tdose training for upwards of two months, and die following were dieir names - OXFOliD. stfb 1. Sir. W. B. Woodgate, Brasnoso 11 6 ' 2. Mr. O. S. W. Wynne, Ch. Ch. 113 3. Mr. W. B. B. Jackson, ditto 12 4 4. Mr. B. E. L. Burton, ditto . . ** 12 5 5. Mr. A. Morrison, Balliol ., '' iS gi C. Mr. A. R. Poole, Trinity .. '195 7. Mr. C. It. Carr, Warlham .. ' n 2» Mr. W. M. Hoarc, (stroke), Exeter ' 11 1' Mr. F. E. Uopwood, (cox..) Ch.Ch. ''. 73 CA3IEIUD0E. 1. Mr. P. F. Gorst, St. J...

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MEETING AT SOUTH BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

MEETIXIS AT SOUTH CKISBASE. Ix aecu:ila;ice with .1 pub'.ic anuauiicunient, a meeting was hiJd ::t the School -.f Arts, Siuth 3*rish.i:i ;, on Thnrsilay evening, to consider tiie pr.iniised introduction of C.i.iiic la!-'-i:r into this colony, and the con J;i2t of the mealier f-ir tisat electorate wltii r.'!'e;viK'e to that and other questions now Wiui- the Legislature. Ou t'.w iiiBtlon Mr. ISayncs, seconded bv Mr. Eel!. Mr. William Coote was called upon to preside. Hie Chairman commenced the proceed ings by addiCM-ing a few pertinent obsena. tiu:is to r»^- ainKeace. bearing on the ijucs tiolis which they were to consider. Sir. L»ve movid, and Mr. Gray sun se cnadeH, the tirst resolution, which* read as protest against the introdiictiuu -if Coolie lalnior into this colony ; aud tJi;:t a pctitinti he prepared and jircsentcd to the Legislative Asseinlily iu accordance withtliisti'solution.' Carried unanimously . ?.Ir. Kiinela moved, and Mr. Qualtrough secondf.J, the sccoiui resolution,...

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

:BR.XS3BjAJSTE1. * (From the Courier.} Tiik Toa'STEEB Uxsu Coscect. — The concert iriveu yestordny uveuing by the PuiJIiariiiouic S^ci-jty and the Voiiinteer Band, in aid of the funds of the Litter, was a highly sncciSstVJ. affair. Birtwecn five and six hundred persons were present, iuchtdiug his Excellency t'ac Governor and I-adv Itowcn, as well as many members of the Legislature, and other persons occupying an Diluent!:'.! position. — Yesterday's Ctuiitr. The -CJceisscasu.' — The Directors have, wo understand, dtfteruiiaeil upon postjwning ths pleas-jre trip 1 1 be given to the share holders, until tin: return of the Quecastand from her seeonil voyage to the Xorth, with tile Impe riiat tlie weather may then liave bj cunii; more «crtl--d. The A.S.S. Chhi'asy have, we lenrn by a prii-ate telegram from Sydney, chartered th* Williams for the ISrislnnc trade. MCNICIVAI. SF-rAUATIOS OF FoBTll-UDE Valley. — A public meeting wks held iu Fortitude ValU-y yesterday evening, f.-r the puii-vs...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tkcbsoay, Jcse 19. Thf.~SPEAKER_took the chair at twenty STEAM DUEDGE. The MINISTER for LAKDS. in reply to Mr. Iflakency, said that no promise was v ver given by him to the Iloust: on tlie 30th April, that 'the Dredge for the Brisbane Jtivcr should be in o|-eration within five or six weeks from tlic :10th of April last. SUI'PLY. On the motion of tlic COLONIAL TREA SURER the Honsc resolved itself into Com mittee of Supply. The COLOVIAL TBEASCEEB moved thd following items for the department of the Executive CoupciL and defended die in ar^asr; to tlie Chief Clerk. Only half of the salary of Clerk of the Council was drawn last year, and only half would, in all probability, be required this vcar. Clerk of the Council £300, Chief Clerk £400, stationery and incidental expenses £90. Mr. RAFF opposod die item of £:tW. This individual received £-'-00 a year besides, as holder of another office. He (Sir. It.) also opposed the item of £100 for Chi sf Clerk. After some rema...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 June 1862

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (From tlie Courier.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TiirasiiAY- JrarE 19 Tite PRESIDENT took the chair at a quarter-past three. «El'OUT OV I'ttlVILEGE COMOTTTEE. Mr. WESTBKX W«K-D brought up the report of the committee appointed to en quire, into tbe privileges of tlie Council, as affected by the decision of the Judge in the late prosecution of die Courier for libel. Mr. YALDWYS. although averse to the report, thought the House should see the evidence. He concluded, therefore, hv ui'-vin£ that tlie report and evidence be printed. I)r. FULCEBTOSf was opposed to the printing of the report. Mr. MDOU«ArX ana Mr. F1TZ hating made a fen* remarks in favor of the motion. The ATTOUNEY'JUKSTSKAL believed that tlie committee had been appointed to investigate certain matters supposed to affect the privileges of tbe House, but, in the first place, the real question for consi deration was, .whether those privileges really existed. So far, tlic committee was right; but when they attem...

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