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HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

HORSE PARADE. In spite of the short notice given of Messrs Dougharty, Son, and Parker's horse parade last Friday, there was a large attendance of breeders and graziers. A good number of draught and thoroughbred horses paraded, and general admiration was expressed at the quality of the animals exhibited. To increase the interest taken in the affair, prizes were offered for competition, and it is intended to make the parade an annual one. The judging gave every satisfaction. Six entries were received in the draught horse section. Mr M'Coy's Farmer took first prize, and Mr Holmes' Cromwell, the second. For thoroughbreds, Quambone, belonging to Mr M. Mitchell, of Tallan gatta, was awarded first honors, and Mr Brennan's Milton second prize. Three horses competed for the prize for the stallion best adapted to produce hunters, weight-carriers, and carriage horses, and the judges awarded it to Helmet, owned   by Mr M. Mitchell, of Tallangatta. Five entries were received for bes...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

WODONGA & TOWONGA SENTINEL     "Awake! Arise ! Or be for over fallen!"   - Milton SATURDAY, OCTI'OBER 10, 1885. Mr G. A. SALA, in one of his descrip tive articles, assorts that lie saw Sydney in a dream. If the Governor, or any other exalted oflicial, should chance to visit Bethanga and desire to inspect the Government oflices and in stitutions, it would be well that he, like our late distinguished visitor, should see them in a dream. Viewed through such a mIedum what he would.perceive would naturally differ from the reality. Mr Peter WALLACE, M.P., would doubtless explain that the place owed its continued existence greatly to his brother's energy and dauntless perse verance, but that as its future was not assured, it was necessary to use great judgment in erecting public buildings. Pointing to the State school, lie would explain that lihe had visited the secretary to the Education Department, who had forwarded to the locality three. or...

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TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 6TH OCTOBER. (Before Mr. H. Crofton Stavely, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

I TALLANIGATTA POLIOB CO URT. S TUIsDAY,, Gre OCTOBER. (Before Mr H. Crofton Stavely, P.M.) COlms. Moore v. William Lightbound,' claim for £12 10s l?d, balance of accounts current. Postponeld to the bottom of the list to give the plaintiff and defendant an opportunity of settling the matter. Police v. James Rielly. Constable Ross wished to withdraw this ease on account of his chicf witness's evidence not being in accordance with the information laid by this same witness. Struck out. Police v. John Hammond, using in sulting language in a public place. Doe fondant adnmitted using the words handed in to the bench by Constable Ross, but denied that it was in a public place. 1' Jas. Rielly, sworn, stated that dijon dant's garden, where the language was used, was more than 200 yares from Webb stroet. Dismissed. Shire of Towong v. Ah Gin, claim 18s, rates. Defendant wished to explain that hle had paid the money, but the court failed to understand him, and Or Thom son acted as interpreter-w...

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TOWONGSHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 6TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

T'OWONGSHIRE COUNCIL.   TUESDAY, 6TH OCTOBER. Present-Crs A. Paton (president), Dyring, Scarlett, Thomson, Larsen, Robinson, Carkeek.   MINUTES.     The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From ?? Treasury, forwarding account for comp? n, £2452 3s Gd.-Received. From the Department of Lands and Survey, stating that steps were being taken to temporarily reserve for racing purposes   part of land west of the road which for some distance forms the boundary between the parishes of Berringa and Tatonga. Received. Fron the same, to the effect that tile district surveyor recommended that no action be taken in the matter of reduction in width of the road in front of the Tal langatta school reserve,, pending the execution of a new survey of the village. Received. From the same, stating that the coun cil's letter re the proposed deviation of a road at Cudgewa had been transferred to the Public...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

JOHN G. WIGG, HIGH STREET, WODONGA Wholesale and Retail B U T C H E R. Tho oldest- established Butchery in Wodonga. All MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Small Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. JAMES GRANT, FARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. ALL KINDS of TURNING done on the premises, and repairs effected in a   workmanlike style. GENERAL BLACKSMITH AND   FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN Begs to thank his numerous customers for past favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALITY. Why ! Because they are shod according to art and suitable to nat Ire. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BETHANGA. J. COLBERT BEGS to intimate that he has taken the above well-known hotel. Good accommodation for travellers. STABLING AND PADDOCK. VICTORIA HOT'EL, WODONGA. T. Johnston, Proprietor.   The BEST OF LIQUORS only kept. FIRST - CLASS BILLIARD-ROOM. Good St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

THE WODO ONGAA STORES. .. W D. McGE CH, GROCER, DRAPER, CLOTHIER, OUTFITTER, AND .GENERAL, STOREKEEPER. Ironmongery, Crockery, Glassware, Stationery; Fancy Goods, Boots and Shoes, &c. GRAZIERS' R EQTTISITES -A. SPECI.A.L.TY Suits Made to Order. Patterhns in Great Variety. t Ironclad, great turret ships, .;I care not for a store in twan , - Torpedo boats and mortars, , By myself I stand or fall; Are no doubt well adapted . .. .And feel'assured that I can give . S.: T.. o achiove great legal slaughters. Satisfaction gpod to tall,... But in Wodonga lii h,ind dry, I was.the first to lenad the van Far off from warlko neighbors, And biiii e trlh heries ylowi, n It behoves eachl one to do his best A•id ever since ' ve held ny own H l . In the sphere. in which ho labors. As cheapest stre in town: SWell, I have though the mattor o'er, Firmers can back up their carts, . And come to this tdnchisionl- And load td.satisfaction; In business, if a man acts right, .- , " . Neighbors can dro...

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THE WORLD'S CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

THE JVORLD'S CLOCK. In these days of steam and electricity, says a German paper, in which the endsof the world, by the means of the rail and telegraph, have beeon brought almost to gether, thodifferenco of tiree intlhovarious localities is very remarkable. On a journey fromntBerlin to Paris a watch set the rightl tienoin Burlinwouldbo found443 miniutcs too fast in Paris;' whilst onr a journey to Moscow it'would be found one hour too slow. This difference is tihe more apparent the farther we travel to the east or west; but the greatest difference is demonstrated by the electric telegraph; a telegramn despatched frorm London to New York at 1I p.m., would arrive ii tlid latter city at 8 4. a.mll of the sauto day; a telegram frotm New York to London despatehrdat 1 pl. In. would arrive theru at 5'05o p.m., whilst, in point of fact, the time occupied in sending tih message was only a few minutes. All those dilfferences of time are caused' by the different mean tiniu in tile various lorcei...

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THE PARLOR CAR. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

(THE PARLUOR OAR. (CoNucvsocn.) M Ir R.--" Oh, I dare say!"' After a? pause, "1Well, I amli a poor, weak, help oess maIln, with lno one to advise use or counsel me, and I have been cruelly de ceived. How could you, Lucy, how could you ' I can nover get over this." He drops his head upon her shoulder. Miss G. (starting awaLy again and look ing about the car)-" Allen I have anl idea. Do you suppose r Pullmhuan could' be ilduced to sell this car I" Mr R.-" Why ?" MIiss G.-" W\hy ? because I think it's. perfectly lovely, and l should like to live in it always. It could be fitted up for a sort of seummnlr-house, don't you know, iand we could have it in the garden, and you could smaoke in it." Mr R.-" Admirable I It would jdst look like a travellisng photographio saloon. No, Lucy, we won't buy it; we will simply keep it as a precious souveolir, i sacLed mlIultsory, a beautiful dreamI-and let it go on- fulfilling its destiny all trhe 'Porter (ontering and gathering up Miss Galbraith's thin...

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GRANYA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

GRkANYA IFLE, CLUB. This club ino? for their first firing practico on Saturday last. Only throe rifles had arrivoed aun a heavy rain having set in t lb non, only sovenl memlo rs put in an appoarnuco. Despiteo tlh heavy riln,, which continued until sundown,i fair storing ivWs "lnado. With the oxcop tidn of tle captain, nono ofi the firing i party had,. ovor hanldlod a ,Martini-Honry rifle before. Tho socre tary, Mr \V. G. Sparrow, mado 20 out'of a possiblo'50. ,Tho following is the result of the club's maiden ollurt for ten rouds, 200 yards:=;-' 'i ' i . . .1 W. G. Sparrow, 02 5 2 4 3 2 3 3...... 20 Captain Jeokias, 0 2 3 3 2 :1 2 2 3 2...... 22 Clas. Horb, 0002 3 2 4 4 2 3........ . 20 William Webb, 0 0 2 3 32 2 2 33 .....t 20 Wlter Webb, 2 0 2 0 3 2 3 3 . 2,..:.. 20 Thos. Willlianl, 0022 22232 33....;. 19 siHeryBock, 00000 2 3 3'2,.,.......... 13 Tim Tallanagtta' club wjill havo to look to its ldlirols. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

WANTED, two SAWYERtS, also few " minors, and one bush carpenteor, for the Grand Junotion Gold Ml[inini Company, Snowy, Orok. Apply JAMES HACKET,,MIIaniagor. S14th October, 1885. !I. : `,' TANTED, a. BOY, to work in gar dln.' Apply G. D. S. GORDON, Torrancovillo, Wodonga. T~ TANTED, a sinart, intelligent LAD, .V as an apprentice to the printing businoess. Tie SN'rlNcrL Office. Wodonga Cemetery. W ANTED, a good WORKMAN, for cleaning a'tho walks and other works of the above cenmtery.: Applicants to state how much wages poer daythey require. Apulications to bo seon to the under smiod by Wednesday, the 21st instant. W. 0. MACFARLANE, Secretary to Trustees. Wodonga, 15th October, 1885. T. LUKE'S CHURCH, WODONGA. A TEA AND CONCERT, In aid of Churolc Repairs, Will be hold IN TIE PRINCE OF., WALES~ HALL S THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING. Tea at six, Concert at eolght pm. A GRAND POPULA.l ENTERTAINMENT, In aid of the WODONGA STATE SCHOOL LI. BRARY, SPORTS, and PLANTING FUND, 1 ; .1 *. ,: . .. Will be h...

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LAND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

.LAND, U N'LUE. Applications'; for Lonses Approved Archibald Lobbuan, Talgarno; Mairtin Kelly, 'Wodonga;' W" i. Purss, Wmaiwn; Thus.. Raws;: Coli Colac; Juessio ll1'Kay, WVagra; Julll Hanna, "Walwa; Janes Beavis, Yabba. ' Application for Griuat Approved-Thos. Harvey, Yaolkandandah. , Applications for Liconses Approved- Miclhol Hilghes,' Barnawartha .South; Sarah A. Whoeolr, Wabba; Clara Jnrvis, Wabba; ,Entma L S.: Wiolkoes,~Wabba; Arthur W illian'Bonaleoy, Wabba; Jamios F.'Findlay, Towong (3), Patrick Farrell, Bolga; Edward J: Brown, Wabba; login ald Barloo, 'Towoing; Jas. P. Anderslon, Colac Cola0; WV. D. Jones, Cudgowa; Sarah M,. Carter, Wabba; Sydnmy W. Jephcott, Tintaldrm; Margarot Dovanoy, Yaickulidalndah; Joseph Evans, 'Tallan gatta; Henry J. Frey, Tallasgatta; Dugald M'Lean, Tallangatta. Issue of New Licuaeus-Alox. Crowo, Tangamnbalanga; Johu' ])onnolly, Mitta Mitts; John '>lMadduok, Tanguaisbaiauga; Emolia Maddock, Tangamnbalaugn; Johnl Hsniia, 'Walwa; Chas. Simpson, Coln...

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WOMAN'S WRONGS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

WOMAIN'S W URONGS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Smi,-The matrons of Wodonga have just now a real grievance, and, 'ia· the dlays of chivalry and gallantry have not, they hope, altogether gone by, some good may accrue by their trouble being ventilated. We ladies do not know wlust gbune is afoot, but night after night our husbands leave their homes-they say, to a" nttendk some "meeting or another-and ; roturn to their weary waiting wives, sedldofi before nmidnight, often later. I have my own opinion on the subject. I don't know what other ladies think, but if this sort of thing does not come to an end-and that, too, very quickly--I shall feel bound to take action which may madke your columns well worth reading. 'There must, indeed, be some very in toe~esting discussion before these Solons to keeop them from home till these "rakish hIours.-Yours, &c., ANOELINA.

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"UNMITIGATED STAGGERERS." [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

" UNMLITIGATED STAGGERERS." The WiarCry, the orgati of tie Salvation Army, has managed to gub hold of sonsc very queer figures respecting " the past manners, mondsl, and custolsL of their roclaimed diunkards. The following, fronit i Albury, iscarcelyi ?callsh. for Conlllolt:- "On Friday night we had some straight dealing with God. Our cry;was,"' 0 Lordl, make us more hunible.' Some did nlot like to be humbled; it was too much for them, so they took their coats and caps and cleared out. But thee Lord blessed.thoseo who remained, and filled us with His love, as about sixty came gut and reconsecrated themselves to God. IOn Saturday night at the saved drunkards' moeting, twelve gave their average weekly expenditure in drink, which amounted to £10 is. No. 1 made £7000 in three years, and when the three years wyre up, had not a psnny of it.i ;Hu has bOen saved six weeks, and is .now happy in timhe Lord. "No.2 spontthrao fortunesindriik. He was earning £12 a week at one tinie, but spent it...

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REVERSING THE MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

)EVEBRSINU TilE MATl2TER. -4----- I heard t'other day A gentlenuln say; In at tone that was slightly uncivil, That lhe'd beoon roul and rou and und, And he certainly found That Wodounga hod gone to the devil. Now I chanced to moout As I walked down the street, (On rmy way to the town of BMahonga) Soimnethiug walking about, Which p)roved beyond doubt That the "Devil is ruling Wodunga."

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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO THE UPPER MURRAY. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

T [l? EGOVERNOR 'I VISIT TO TILE .* UPij. MUi IA A little whileo agio,id sYoity-J.e., the fashiouable portion. iof it t '.tallla?ngaltt an1l by,Tllluagattar .·lomeiuie.tlie ,cantre of the shire of 'oong-iwais considerably, agitated, through the threatened.visit of ihat is now classically styled :`t gubhrna-, torial fvur." As is usual. oli such beca sions, a heloild plecded the advlutt of the opideumic, MIr' P.?r;:Wa'lhio;??M.L.A.,. uan admirable nil vanced agilt; laeddd lhin self ill comniuniiuiitio"i vith Lthe Towong shire Council, withli. view of1' hiving Sir Houry 3B., Loch suitubly'elitertiitud at STallaugatta :. That august .body, losing sight' of thufact of'.theu xistencu' of'in nunmeahblue lagouons in the imumediate vicinity of its countcil 'cliambuers; unliesi t:ttiingly voted £150, iIi ordqr to'introduceo tiae distinguislhed'visitor. " I do iiot pro simto 'to:questioil the action. of the shire council iii grantifig thli suii io ii'tioned, nor; thoe 'praisuworthy,,; ,eondtic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

jR 'LANIDVOIGT' (Formerly Cositltiiig Medical flicer to the -" Bensi l ob! spital), f. iAN he coisulted daily at his residence, High street, Wodoiga. . Vaccination Notice. F. LANDVOIGT, M.D., GOVERNMENT' VACCINATOR,' A ITILL VACCINArTE eery THURS DAY, from 10 aman. till 12 nboon at, 1;4 r,,deneqe H IL thll 'etlI , "Vodonga I. lDR KI(E NNE1)DY, L.R.C,S.T., IL.R.Q.C.P.I., ,/IfAY hu conisltcd ;att :his!irsidlencc, L'l_ SWIFTE' SyT3y.E'rT, AlbBURY. M (SIC : -MUSIC!I A!, MUSldli' Professor L. .:Iverson (Of the , ionna Conservatolre.of Muslct, Visits V ODONGA on' Widridtlays' end S ' ' 'Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Iotel.' A.N K O,F .%V T It I A. :'us,;:; WODONGA BRANCGH.,i CAPITArr i.../ a' . '.:ooC1,000,000 iEsElt E"FUt N);D . £lO00o Deposits r.ceived; hills dhicooiitaic iand all 'iis i di laikig business trai shetel . 1 I • :~I: " . I). MACKAY, Manager. gLetg to bring s lerr pa61ie notlee the ias alysis of tihe . ". REAM ,OF IRISi VHISKEY," ilic)i )i011 have obtAined fromn J010N ...

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

SATURIDAY, UOC'OBER 17, 1885. Ts coinferenice .of the -Amalgamated in rs' "Associlition, receptly helSe at Daylesford, furnishes a striking proof of the progressive intelligence of the miners, compared with what that in telligence wasonly a few years ago. 1Mhen?ve(ro rincmber)th6ir, long, hours of labor in ill-ventilated miies, the peculiarly hazardous nature of their employment, rendered the more so by unscrupulous spapagers,. who would dirag out" fiflat; ouncer'df gold, .een if fvlCuablehlives were ?erilced,-in order to satisfy the eternal craving for. dividends, it is refreshing to see that a-great change has comeover their lot:. Noglected by the Legislature of the doay who shut their eyes toevils thdy knew to exist, but dare ndt remedy, or the " shibboleth " of dividend-mongers would have been raised; their wages cutldown to,a nmere pittance;- and young men reidered.prematurely aged, from working in badly-drained and ill ventilated mines, the condition of the miner was fast beco...

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OUR TALLANGATTA CORRESPONDENT AND "MURRAY RIDING." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

OUR TALLANGATITA CORRESPON- DENT AND "MURRAY RIDING.'. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Sir,--- If your Tallangatta correspon- dent is writing for my amusement, I must acknowledge his success ; if he is writing for my instruction, I must say his attempt has been a failure. Where the fault lies,I am quite content to let others determine. I have no time to look up Solomon or any other Biblical or classical author for a name for " your own." Your Tallangatta correspondent has   evidently thought, like other ill-regulated minds, that it is possible to hide mental deficiences in quotations from sources of authority and fame ; but people nowadays have an awkward habit of eliminating non- essentials, and " want to know, you know," what you really mean. He charges Councillor Stewart with having his usual shot at the engineer. I do not understand what " your own " means by that, Councillor Stewart, I am sure, never " had a shot " at the engineer in his life. Your correspondent see...

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GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

GRANYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPODENT.) Some considerable anxiety having been felt by holders of residence areas in this district through the mining boards not having passed a bye-law increasing the extent of those areas, it will be gratfying to know that in the absence of Mr Gregory, M.M.B., at last meeting of Beechworth Mining Board, on Monday, 21st September, Mr Smart, M.M.B., moved, the first reading, of the new residence areas bye-law, which was   carried. The opinion of the Crown Law officers on the Residence Areas Act is as follows:--- 1. The holder of a miner's right is entitled to take up a residence area within the bounds of a proclaimed township or village, if within a goldfield. 2. The mining board can limit by bye-law the extent to be held as a residence area, under the Act of 1884 to less than one acre. The Board then went into com- mittee on the bye-law which was adopted as below :--" Bye-law No.--- Residence and business sites--- Any person being the holder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 October 1885

JOHN G. WIGG, HIGo STrEEt, WODONGA, Wholesale and Retail B U 'T C II E It. The oldeat-established Butchery -in Wodonga. All MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Small Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. JAMES GRANT, FARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA., ALL KINDS of TURNING sdone oh the premises, and repairs effected in a workmanlike style. GENERAL BLACKSMITH AND S FARRIER, Elgin street (nearrailway crossing), Wa'odedga. J. LAMBOURN liegs to thank his numerous customers for past favors, and. hopes to still merit a continllUance. A(RIICULTURAfl Ma I'h1LEMIiNTS 'REPAIhRED). IIORSESII(ING A SPE'IALITIY. Why? . Because they are shod aecording to art and suoibhle td nat Ire.l COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BETHANGCA. ,. COLELITI' .s to intimate that? t ie In.s taken the above well.known hotel. Good necomnmodation for travellers. STABLING AND P'ADDOCK. VICTORIA HOTEL, WODIONGA. T. Johnston, Proprlotor. The BEST OF LIQUORS only kept. •FIRST.CLASS BILLIARD-ROOM. Goold Stabling Acco...

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