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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 19 October 1873

£0$ Smtl The Largest Circulation of any Paoer Printed in the County. SUNDAY OCTOBER 19, 187.!. ; jjjj j. 1 _ 11 1 n —. The lines are down, and the Her u.r> is unfortunately of nearlj half Its dispatches. Vaated Rights-No. 4. Our Courts, following the precedents found ln the English Judiciary, w here these tribunals have used their power . to protect and secure persons and pri vate corporations from the aggressions of . t!|e sovereign power—the king— and Zealous to defend and sustain what was deemed ln this country the vested ; rights of idcrlvlduals and private cor porations, have under-estimated, and, in a great measure, ignored those rights with which the people a large are acknowledged, in our system of government, to be Inalienably in vested. To such an extent has this practice been carried by our courts, that the people, in various parts of the United States, where the course of the judi ciary has been exceptionally adverse to tbe public welfare, have been awak ened to a Sen...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 19 October 1873

C7ITV ATVI> SI HI WHS. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. it. Al. Widney, District Judge I7tfc Judicial District, coin nosed of i.os Angeles county. Court meets in February, May, August and November. ignaclo Sepnlvoila, Count* Judge. court Commissioner, J. i;. Howard. (state sc„.,tor, n. IK Wilson. Member* of Assembly, Thos, D. Moll and Asa Kllis. Sthcrlfli Wm. |{. Rowland) | nder SherHl, Albert p." .rorrhstnn; Dei.in-, sheriff. ,f. M. Baldwin, County Clerk, \. w. potts: Deputies, c. \V. Would and S. 11. Mott. District \tiorucv, t'. P.. Thorn; \-sistnm, R, M. Boss. County Treasurer, Thorns* K. Rowan. Superintendent of Puhllc .-school-. Willhim vl. Padden. Puhllc Administrator, Oenrge Carson. Count) Surveyor, K. 1,-couvrcur. Count) Assessor, D. Botlllei, i 'oroiicr, Joseph KurtK. County Board of Supervisor- Chairman, If. Porsmsn; \. I. Bush, i I'lilmnnres, tt, B. < 'il« well. CITY OFFii l If Mayor, ,1. it. Pnbermafk, Marshal, I. It. Wolfe. Treasurer, George R Hutu r, Attorn**), a. w. Ratta...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 19 October 1873

iVu Anflrtcs Strati For the HERALD BY THE SEA. Roll! toll! roll! O, vuguc, mysterious scroll! O, aw ful page of history, Writ by tic Almlghtv Hand I O that thy dread All mystery, My mlad might solve, my soul might ieel O, longing vain! it may not be We may not Understand. Ngh! sigh! «lga! Like weary heart. Oh, why Forever sail ami sorrowful, Oh, wherefore sigh,o»! I'pon eartli's unlet t.reast, W hj cin«t thou never red .' flow like to human lite thou art, O, mourn I v I, restless sen! Moan! moan! moan take weeper s.od anil lone' wnAt crimes tic heavy on th) oul I .' \V hv .lost thou moan, 0, sen" For gallant ships eniiedown? Wreckcil hopes, or ruined town t Soon, soon o'er all the sens shall roll, Of vast eternity. Roar! roar! roar! Why dost tthou peek Ihe snore? In anger that thy ruthless march Is stopped and stayed nt last .' vv hy dost thou lilt thy hand Against the peaceful land? Like maniac In thy frenzy hurt Thy glnnt forces vast? Fret! fret! fret! Llkefsouls that ne'er forget...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 October 1873

VOLUME I. %n frttytbg Xcratd. . . —.__: .. . J _._t . __. s Published every morning except Monday, by thi: hf.rai.o I'ittf.vriNu company. OFFICE—HemM Meant Hook and Job FrlutlUK II..USC. Spring ■I reef, opposite the Court Mouse. TERMS; Per annum, hy mail or express flfl Mix months ' " " ti three month* '• ' " ■. ; 8 Delivered by carriers, per week, •>'> cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. The Projected Canal. On la-t Monday the preliminary ex amination for tin* canal, projected by tho gentlemen composing the Los An gelea and San Bernardino Land Asso ciation waa completed, Starting from a point in the Santa Annacafion about twelve and one-half miles northeast from Anaheim, where the river ia con fined between high banks, the line passes along the face ofthe hills on tin'northern bank of the Santa Anna river, to the commencement of the mesa lands of the Yorba rancho, thence in a northwesterly direction over the mesa to the rancho La Habra. It lias demonstrated by the...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 October 1873

2£a,s §MftttJ §r**ft!l The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. TV ESI) AY .OCTOBER 21, 1873. The Weekly Herald. The first number of the Weekly Los Anoeles Herald will be pub lished on Saturday morning, October 25th. It will contain a full resume of the news of the week, local news, mar kets, and select reading for the family circle. Tn fact it will be the largest and most complete newspaper ever published in this section of the State, and give more reading matter than all the newspapers published in Los An oeles county combined. Price, $4 per annum in advance. Send in your «Tders. Our Success. With unconcealed pleasure the H ER aldannounces that already it issues each day to regular, paying subscri bers, a greater number of copies than uny other newspaper published in Los Angeles; and that its subscription list is increasing at the rate of about 100 |>er week. Before tbe first month of its publication shall end, the present indications are that it will have mo...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 October 1873

CITY Al\l> sriHJIMW. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. It, M. Widno.v, District Judge i;i». Judicial District, composed of Los Angeles county. Court meets, in February, May, August and November. Ignacio SepulTodn, f'ountv Judge. • Vent Com in Iss loin-I', .1. < i Howard. HtateSenator, 11. D. Wilson. Members of Assembly, Thos, D, Molt ami Asa Kills. Sheriff, Win. It. Howl .-nd; Under HherliY, Albert li. Johmdnn; l>. iufj sheriff, J, M. Baldwin, counts Clerk, A. W. Potts; Deputies, C. W. Gould and S. H. .Mott. District Attorney, C. IC.Thorn| Assistant, E. M. Hosh. 1 'ountA'.,'f reasurer, Thonitt : E. Rowan, superintendent 01 Public schools, William MeFuddeu. Public Administrator, George Carson. County Surveyor, t'. lA'couvreur. County Assessor, H. Botfiler. Coroner, Joseph Kurtz. County Hoard of Supervisors—Chairman, H. Korsniaii '~ 1.. Hush, V. i'lilomares, s. li. i 'aswell. CITY officer-;. Mayor, .1. v. Toberman. .Marshal, .1. K. Wolfe. Treasurer, t leorge it. Butler. Attorney, A. W. ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 October 1873

dgdgdgdgdgd THE CASTLE-BUILDER. A gentle hoy, with soil ami eiii'lln« locks, A dreamy hoy, wilh dark ami tender eyes, A castle-builder with his wooden block-, And tower- thai touch Imaginary »kle.s. A learisss rider nn his lat tier's kmc, Au eager listener to the storlea told At l he Hound Table ofthe nursery, Of heroes and adventures manifold. There will be other towers Air Mice to build; There will v • other Meed! tor thee to ride; There will be other leeehdn, and nil tilled With gieater marvel* sad more glorified. Uml.l on, anil make thy OS.tie. hlgb uml lull', Rising nnd reaching tips awl lo Ihe sU ies; Listen to voices in the upper air, Nor lose thy simple faith In mysteries. UKPAYINU. Because I have klssi-dyou, .Minmlllo, Mv mother is scolding me so, Quick!quick! give me 6ick the kbM,darllng, I gave you v short, time ago. An It'sdone w. '\e got to undo it For mother, you nee, is so cross; Hut a klK.f iven back to the giver, Alter al I is nol much of a loss. Hut heydey! NtnfttU...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 October 1873

VOLUME I. r Published every morning except Monday, by Tilt: in it vi.v PBIOTIJfU company. OFFICE- llernlil Steam Hook and Job print lag House, spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express SID Nix months '• " li Three months " " • It Delivered by carriers, per week, •_•"> cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. A Farmers' Convention. The fanners of tlie northwest meet in convention at Chicago to-day, to look to the great interests in common. The purpose of this convention is to discuss the overcharges tn transporta tion; to incite and perfect the organi sation of the agricultural and other industrial classes, who chiefly sutler from these overcharges), in every State, territory and province In the country, with the view of throwing a combined and overwhelming intiu ence against their further depreda tions; and to take snch measures as shall secure prompt antl efficient legis Lit ion, that shall end in the complete extinction of all railways...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 October 1873

The Largest Circulation of any Papei Printed in the County. WEDNESDAYS-OCTOBER 22, 1873 Our Success. With unconcealed pleasure the Her ald announces that already it issues each day to regular, paying subscri bers, a greater number of copies than any other newspaper published in Los Angeles; and that its subscription list is increasing at the rate of about 100 per week. Before the first month of its publication shall end, the present indications are that it will have more legitimate paying subscribers than both our contemporaries combined. This proves that the citizens ef Los Angeles are willing to support enter prise, anil that when money is freely expended in their behalf, they are willing to bear their proportion ofthe expense. On the first of November the Her ald will be on a paying basis; that is, its receipts will fully meet itsoutgoes, giving, of course, no return for the money invested or the labor of the proprietors. This is an event rarely happening in newspaper annals in t...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 October 1873

£0$ JUfldcs KevnMj CITY AIN I) Kimfllilis; DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. R. M. Widney, District Judge i7ih Judicial District, composed of Los Angeles dainty. Court meets In February, May, August mid November, IglMlCin Scpuh'cdu, County Judge. Court Commissioner, J. o. Howard. State Senator, li. I). Wilson. Members of Assembly, This*. D. Mott nnd Asa Ellis. Sheriff, Wm. R. Rowland; Under Sheriff, Albert 11. JohUSton; Deputy Sheriff, .1. M. Bildwln. County Clerk, A. W. Potts; Deputies, c. w. Oould and S. 11. Mott. District Attorney, C. K. Thorn: Assistant, E. M. Ross. county Treasurer, Thomas E. Rowan. Superintendent of Public schools. William MeFadden. Public Administrator, (leorge ('arson. County Surveyor, F. liccouvreur. County Assessor, I). Hotlller. Coroner, Joseph Kurtz. County Board or Supervisor- Chairman, H. Foreman; a. l. Bush, F. Pnlomares, s. R. Caswell. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor, J. R. Tobennim. Marshal, .1. R. Wolfe. Treasurer, (leorge It Butler. Attorney, A. W. llulton. Clerk, M. K...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 October 1873

Sfr Attacks Irratd. AUTUMN. Amid the bowers, in sad unrest, The autumn winds are sighing; Upon the m untains' lofty crest, The fleecy clouds are lying; In faded robes of russet drest, Tho sombre year is dying. Through dreamy grove and woodland fair, The winds go sadly wailing; The weeping vines, with branches bare, Ix>w on the ground are trailing; Upon the sod, October air, The withered leaves are sailing. Faintly the echoes come and go, Like weary henrls' low sighing; Sadly the gentle breezes blow,") Where withered es are lying; And zephyrs whisper, soft and low, "Another year Is dying." a. f. k. SAN FRANCISCO. Passenger Lint per Steamer Orizaba. San Francisco, Oot. 21. San Pedro—W. S. Martin, George Lord, M. Rytter, W. A. Conn, F. A. McDougall, John Miller and wife, Mrs. M. G. Russell, Mrs. L. Viellet, W. H. Wallace, J. H. Strowbridge, F. A. Weeds, J. Rosenthal, H. G. Den nett, W. W. Robinson, Geo. Hinds, Mrs. A. J. Ruttertield, Mrs. Heath, Miss Heath, Miss Prescott, Miss Wil s...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 October 1873

VOLUME I. * Published every morning except Monday, by Tin: HERALD PMIIfTIIfCI COMPANY, OFFICE—Herald Klenm nook ami Job I'l mi■ i>k House, spring «treet, opposite the 1 'ourt House. TERMS) Per annum, by mall or express $10 Six months " " " ii Three mom he " " • s Delivered by carrion, per week, So cents Advertisements Inserted ut liberal rules. State Tickets at the November Election. NEW YORK. The Legislature may have a United States Senator to elect next winter, vice Conkling to lie Appointed Chief Justice; and the State Senate will, in any event, have a voice in choosing Fenton's successor in 1878. The per sons elected on the State ticket will also control the patronage of the canals for two years. The canvass opens brilkly under party-machine manage ment. The State tickets are: Democratic. Republican. Secretary of State. I). Willers, Jr. * Francis S. Thayer. Comptroller, Asher P. Nichols, Neison P. Hopkins Treasurer, Thomas Raines, Daniel G. Fort. Attorney-General, Daniel Prat...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 October 1873

The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. THURSDAY OCTOBER 23, 1873. That Calcium Light. "The mountains are in labor, and a little mouse is born." It has fallen upon us and we are dazzled. The Ju piter Tonans of San Diego has thun dered, and we are terrified. He has prophesied and we tremble. He has used large words and we have gone to the Dictionary. He has quoted Dick ens and the Classical Antiquities, aud we have at once consulted Smith and Modern Literature. He has accused us of being middle aged, and we huve gone to the glass to see whether we are growing old. Failing in his judicial aspirations, failing even in electing his candidate, having bolted the regular nominee, because he himself was beaten in the nomination, our Jupiter Tonans turns prophet. He prophecies defeat for the regular nominee, and wonderful suc cess for his own candidate, he builds majorities, and has his Judge passing decisions and winning laurels on the bench. How successful a prophet he ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 October 1873

Xo* iuvaltl CITY A3VI> HlTlilJliWH. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. K. M. WMney, District Judge \"t> Judicial District, oomposed of Los Angeles county. Court meets in February, May, August and November, Ikimclo Sepulveda, County Judge. Court Commissioner, J. ». Howard. State Senator, it. l». Wilson, Member* of Assembly, Thou. I>. .\l«>!t and Ash Kills. sheriff, win. H. Rowland; Under Mieriflf, Allien D. Johnston; Deputy Sheriff, J. M. Baldwin. , , „ County Clerk, A. W. Potts| Deputies, C. W. Gould and S. 11. Mott. District Attorney, C. E. Thorn; Assistant, K. M. Ross. count v Treasurer, Thomas E. Rowan. Huperfnteuilenl of Public schools. William MeKadden. Public Administrator, George < arson. County Surveyor, K. LeooUVreitr. County Assessor, P. Hotllicr. coroner, Joseph Kurtz. County Board of Supervisors—Chairman, 11. Korsman; A. L. Hush, K. Pnlomares, S. Is. Caswell. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor, J, It. Toherman. Marshal, J. R. Wolfe. Treasurer, George It. Butler, Attorney, A. W. But...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 October 1873

Los Angeles Herald Near Death. The following amusing sketch of the balloon ascension is reprinted from the San Francisco Call: The balloon ascension from the City Gardens yesterday came very near re sulting in disaster and loss of life. The balloon which left the Gardens at 4:20 p. m. contained about thirty thou sand feet of gas, and carried as pas sengers Edw in H. Clough, of this pa per, and William W. Austin, of the Chronicle, each of whom being anx ious to obtain full particulars of the voyage, were bent upon accomplish ing the trip if the other did. Neither of the would-be aeronauts paid particu lar attention to the tilling of the bal loon, trusting to the management of the Gardens and Professor Lay. The hour was late and tlie crowd impationt, consequently the ascension had to take place, if only one man went into the car of the balloon; and the main through which the gas was supplied being only four inches in diameter, the amount of gas could not have been large. As has been s...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 October 1873

VOLUME I. Irttgrfcjti iievaUL Is Published every morning except Monday, by Till. HERALD PRINTING 4 O.HPANY, OFFICE—Herald Ktemu Hook and Jolt I'riiiiina House. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: I'cr annum, by mail or express $10 Six months " •> II Three months " " • :t Delivered It} carriers, per week, Itfi cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. Taxation of Manufacturing Industries. The universal taxation at present existing in the United States, was in augurated as a temporary system, caused by eireunistances of pressing necessity, and for the sole object of raising revenue to meet a great emer gency. While the war existed, no complaint arose upon this core; and the taxes upon individuals, is well as upon every article of luxury, conven ience or necessity, were paid willing ly. When the war reused the nation rejoiced, and hoped to feel a modifica tion of the tax business. A commis sion composed of D. A. Wells, of New York, Stephen Colweß, of Pennsylva nia,...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 October 1873

SEoss §r«gfttj SftftM. The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. FRIDAY OCTOBER 24, 1873. Owino to a derangement of the tele graph wires, the Herald is without late State and eastern dispatches this morning. The City and the Gas. The proprietor of a contemporary dally remarked some days ago that he had noticed with pleasure the ef forts of the Herald to settle the much vexed question of lighting the city. He added however, "1 am afraid you will get sick of it in time, I have tried It myself without effect." The ground which this journal takes is that it is of no consequence who is right or who is wrong. The city ought to be lit. Some eastern people stay ing at the Pico House a 9hort time ago remarked that there seemed to be gas works and were evidently lamp posts, but that they supposed the city was too poor to pay for its lighting. The cap tious and snarling enemies of Los An geles in other towns, are always ready to pick up little items to its disadvan tage, and ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 October 1873

Xfl* 3tn(|clr.s Jicrald. CITY A1NI) HITMIIIiUH. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. IV M. Wiiincv, District Judge 17th Judicial District, composeri of Los Angeles county, Court meets in February, May, August and November. Ignocio Sepol veils, ( .unity Judge, Court Commissioner, J. c. Howard. Slat*. Senator, It. D. Wilson. Member* or Assembly, Thos. D. Molt ami Asa File. sheriff, Win. it. Rowland; I'nder Sheriff, Albert D. Johnston; Deputy Sheriff, J. M. Btldwbn, County Cleric, A. W. Potts; Deputies, C. W. Gould on.i s. 11. Molt. District Attorney, c. H. Thorn; Assistant, E. M. Hoss. County Treasurer, Thomas K. Rowan. Superintendent of Public Schools, William MeKadden. Public Administrator, George ('anon. County Purveyor, F, Leomivreur, County Assessor, D. llotiller. < -oroner, Joseph Kurt*. County lioani of Hupervlsorschairman, H. rorsman; a. i.. Bush, F. Pnlomnrcs, s. B, Caswell. CITY OFFICFR-; Mayor, J. It. Tobertnail, Marshal,. Lit. Wolfe, Treasurer, George 11. Butler. Attorney, A. W. Ilut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 October 1873

Los Angeles Herald The Gold Discoveries in British Columbia. Victoria, October 17.—The follow ing is a brief account ofthe new mines, taken from the Colonist: On May Ist gold was discovered by Henry Thibert Xavier Loayon and T. Telfair, on a creek now known as Thi bert Creek. They pot a few colors at first, but nineteen days afterward, on the 20th of May, the ice broke up and they got SlO to,a prospect. On the 23d of jiiay they commenced work with rockers, and' made from an ounce to $20 a day to the man in coarse gold. On the Arst of July they set steadily to work with rockers, and made ever afterward from $11 to five ounces to the hand per day. The main diggings are on a bar of the creek. They also worked on the bench ten feet above high water mark, the frost being still on the ground. On the bench they made from one to three ounces a day to the hand. They got the pay on the bedrock. The pay gravel is from six to twelve inches in thickness. They built a willfdam, and made from two ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 October 1873

VOLUME I. ■£0* JUratd. Is Published every morning except Monday, by THE HEMALD IdtINMNO l OMI'ANY, OFFICE Herald Bteani Hook nml Job frriwUuit Houae. Spilne dieet, opposite the 1 nurt Houre. TERMS! Per annum, by mull or express Si() six month* •• •• c i'hri c month. " " • ,'t Delivered hy canter', per week 'in cents Ad' Prttsi ments Inserted at liberal rate*. LETTER FROM LOS NIETOS. We learn that Michael Howies, an old man, und, we believe, a Southern Methodist Minister from Sonoma county, while pausing through a cafion about f>i> miles west of Los Angeles, last Friday, was stopped by lour high waymen, one American and three .Mexicans, and robbed of 1583 and a good horse, and then tied and left iv the brush, where he remained for three hours before relief came. The old man is now destitute, and his swollen wrists heal' testimony of liehi"; tightly hound by the cords of the cruel (tends. Hurrah for the city of Nietos! Mr. Crowel 1 1 the enterprising merchant at the college, la ...

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