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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

LION TIMBER MILLS, Timber Joinery & Builders Supply MerchfiJitst, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjolmng € Commercial Road and Lipsos Street Port Adelaide (eioseto Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON- HAND Manufacturers of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors rand Windows, I Mouldings, &c. -+£>J Wooden Houses prepare# Ready for Erection. !$*• JgTSPECIAL, NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings* Price Lisis on Afpiication^ AUSTRALIAN P Ordered by the METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE WAYVILLE, ADELAIDE attar ^axhantlire «naabr 1m, xxien ~-TEB (19) j WERTHE1M AUSTRALIAN PIANOS. 11th August, J9lf. Mr.HuioWerthelm. Adelaide. . Dear Sr.—1 have been Instrrrted byi my Committee to arrange wJth yoo fori;the Immediate supply of Ten(lO) WERTHEfM 1 AUSTRALIAN PI ANOS<ModeI " Muslca") for -tiseat the Methodist ladies' College, StfayviHe. 5 The Committee's Representative has In spected AND THOROUGHLY TESTED ^ the Wertheim Australian Pianos a...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

Steamers' Movements. Prom MURRAY BRIDGE to RENMARK. S.£>. MARION. Leaves Murray Bridge 10.30 a.m. Wednesdays Leaves Morgan 7 p.m. Thursdays leaves Waikerie 5 a.m.Fridaya , Loxton 8 p.m Fridays • Arrives Renmark 8 a.m. Saturdays RETURNING— leaves Ren mark 10 p.m. Saturdays teavcs Loxton 7 a.m. Sundays . i Leaves Waikerie 4 p.m. Sundays Arrives Morgan 10 p.m. Sundays j Leaves UoquS a^m. Mondays ' Arrives Murray Bridiejin. .Idiut to. «tcb. Tuesdays express for Adelaide. Leaves Waikerie 3.30 a.m. Sundays Leave* Loxton? p.m, Sundays Leant Renmark 7 a.m. Mondays Leaves Wentworth 3 p.m. Tuesdays Arrives Mildura 10 p,m. Tuesdays RST.URNINO— Leaves Mildora 11 &.m. Wednesdays Leaves Went worths p.m. Wednesdays Leaves Renmark 11 p.m. Thursdays J^eaves Loxion 5 a.m. Fridays : Arrives Morgan 11 p.m, Fridays ■ passengers catch Saturday morning's Train lor Adelaide. Leaves Waikerie 3 a. in. Wednesdays Leaves Loiton^p.m. Wednesdays - Leaves Renmark 7 a.m. Thursdays Leaves Wentworth S p.m...

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LOXTON SHOW SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

LOXTON SHOW SOCI0TY. Yesterday the CommiBBioner of Crown ~£tands promised a deputation from the Loxton Show Society, "ciSn eiatlng o{ Dr. iiayward, Messta. prabaeh aiid Bime, to consult the Surveyor General re transfer . of sixteen acreB of the show - -ground froiir: perpetual lease to freehold.; Also to recommend to,the -Chief Sec retary . Betting aside of lots. 42 to ' 45 . ae a site for ' the LioatonL Hospital,, and lots 63 to be,reserved for u$e if required.

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THE MOON'S ECLIPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

THE MOON*S ECLIPSE.| The following particulars oi tbe total eclipse of the moon on the 158k of this month have been kindly furnished by Mr Hollingdrakei -- In giving the times of the different phases of the total eclipse of the moon, on the night of the' 15-16th - instant, perhaps, necessary to explain the mean ing of the word "/penumbra", from pen, (almost) and umbra, '. (a.shade,) as m the more familiar word " peiuusuLa from pen (almost) andinsuia{anisland). The earth carries an atmosphere, whicu may be taken to extend about 200 miles into space. The moo a has to passrthrongh this slight shadow,- and the effect is the same as a light cloud passing ovutxtn any other-dear-night.'At the. point of. toial eclipse the moon can still be seen of a dull, copper colour, and this is another effect of the earth's atmosphere, which will 'not allow the rays of light to go straight through, but relraclsthcm.i.e., turns these aside (as when a suck is put into water}* and bo-a -sort of light is. s...

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LATEST WIRES. Deputations to Ministers. LOXTON AND RAILWAY SIDINGS. Adelaide, Sept 11. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

LATEST WIRES. Deputations to (Ministers. loxton and railway sidings. Adelaide, Sept- 11. An important deputation represent-, ing the Loxtoii district - council - and residents of the country served by .the . railway, waited on tne Commis sioner of ttailways this morning. Mr. W. Angus, M.P., introduced the deputation with a tactiul . speech, i'ae deputation;' he said, was satisfied the -Commissioner was anxious to meet the wants of the community, and they did not desire to embarrass nun or, inconvenience other residents, but unless the railway sidings were altered, the l»oxton District - Council would be put to great expense in making new .roads, and many . resi dents of the Gordon and" Bookpur nong hundreds would be very hardly treated. Sidings , had been fixed away from roads and in situations necessitating transport over heavy sandhills or samphire fiats, impass able In wet weather. It was desired co have the siding 16 miles 55 chains brought back to the one chain roa'd ; the 20 m...

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The Right Time. How to set your, Watch by the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

The Right Ttme. How to Mt your, Watch by tlM £nn. The following table/givts&M etaadatd time at which the sua rises sad scu st JUnmatk. - At UoKton it is 1 miuutt, Walkerie and Morgan 4 minutes latei. (Sept. Sunday . 14. Mouiiuy _ IS Tuesday ~ 16,^ Wednesday 17 rh«rBday IS Friday ' 19 Saturday 20 Son Sun. riaea SCU.. 6.12 5.58 6.11 5.59 b.9 6.0 6.8 6.0 6,6 6.2 6.5 6,2 6.3 63 Those far-mere who are fortsnate enough to have good early-sown crops expect to be hay-making before the end of ;the month. On how little rain a crop which sets a good etart early iiithe season will mature is well illustrated at Murtho Fart, wMre -Mr. Wilkinson has a magnifi cent paddock almost ready for the binder. The rainfall recorded at Murtho Park for the last 15 weeks baa been only 71 point*, and this vh cprttd over 18 days, tbe bwriw* f?U 1$ joists.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

PERSONAL. Among the Renmark visitors: to Adelaide for show weak ace Mr.-and Mrs; Woodman, Mr. and. Mrs.-.B. G. Gibbons, Mr. and Mrs. H. 8-Taylor, Captains Moffat 'and Baxter,"" Mr ^ W. H. Waters and Mr. Dridah. Me Bare. Waters .and Taylor are '■ delegates from the .fEtenmark Bureau to - the annual conference of Agricultural Bureaus, and Mr. Waters was to be '.presented with the certificate of ljf$ membership recently applied for . on his behalf by the Renmark 'Bureau'.. Messrs. W. ■ R. Lewis iana ' W." T. Clayer (who were, passengers by motor on Tuesday) are representing the 'Berri bureau, and Messrs. Rogers and Waiter^ the Ramco bureau. ■Mr.' Wtiitlock Jones, who had the misfortune to smash his arm some six weeks ago as the result of an accident while motor-cycling towards Ljthe Borra, is at present in Adelaide. He remained at the Baldina .-sUi.tioB I for a month after his. accident and. i went down from Renmark in the s.s. Ruby ^ast Saturday night.. Miss Nancarrow, who- was recent...

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RIVER SHIPPING. GEM LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

RIVER SHIPPING. QBU : UNSt. Aug. SO—s.s. Ruby(Capt. Smith) arrived Irom Murray 'Bridge with 30 tons of general loading, and left same day with 1740 cases of oranges, and 2,000 bricks. Th£ bricfcs were tor the Berri Hotel. Sept. 1—s.b. Gem (Capt. Nutchey) arrived Irom Morgan and left same day for Mildura. s.s. Sllen (Capt. Alexandra) irom Mildura to Morgan with 200 bales of wool and "200 oases of orangeft Sept. 3—e.s. Gorown (Opt. Thatnm) arrived from Morgan with 30 tons of : super and ebaff for Benmarik.; left sanu day for Wentworth wi,th two targes for wool.

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DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

; DISTRICT NOTES. Writing- -from Morgan on Sept. 7, Mr. H. id. Taylor says, the Hotel is crowded with, river foi£, all going to the. city lor tie Adelaide show. Mr. J, Evans' stallion has received the Government certificate of souna hesB for the next twelve months. A v^ry "useful rain was experienced throughout tne country, on u'mirsaay oignt' of last wees, a number of sta tions recording over an inch. In tne finnaroo district and along the river the fall , was light. Pinaroo 8 pts., x"ariiia 7. pts., }±jOxton 16 pts., 'and Kenmark'20 pts. l'ne District Council of Renmark ha ve requested the local police to ante steps to prevent the tying up ot norses: and veuides in the streets of tne township. The Mid-Murray football team, is due in' Kenmarn to-morrow, they are playing a combined team on the ttenmark show ground in the after noon^ WA1KERIE SHO W, Wtdncsday ,■ September 17th. ' Spectai carsjrotn /<c mark. R. f. fames c?* Cp.*. ... : ; Mr. J. Wilkinson . has , commenced s...

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ARNOLD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

ARNOLD LINE. 6.8. Seamark and a.e. Mundoo have proceeded to tlie Darling and are expected back sHortly\irith wool.' s.B. Tyro arrived at Benmark on Wednesday night after unloading ^considerable quantity , of pipes at I>oxtoa and a quantity of heavy ma chinery for the additional pumping plant at. Berri. Sh» landed general cargo at Reusarlc >od m» expecting ** }qi4 40*8 ftrwp, :

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IS PASPALUM A PEST? [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

IS PASFALUM A PEST? '' 9-37ll:" evidently ttiinkw go. For lie writes to the •• Bulletin " (.Sept. 4) M Kindly .add to the Ust of im ported vegetable devils, paspalum, the grass which the North (/oast (N.S.W.) cocky up till recently relied upon as a friend in need and a joy upon the face'of the landscape. Now. he finds that it has become m&tted on the surface of the ground, has sucked .the life out of the-soil moBt favorable to its growth, -and is dy ing. But in death its curse and the cocky are, unfortunately, not divided. Even on the alluvial flats ploughing cannot be contemplated because of j the mass of fibrous roots. At. the Farmers'- Conference, 'held at Sydney lately, a proposal was made that, the Government Bhould be asked to serve 'out some" cheap explosive tp. blast the land into a more' tra.cta.ble' con dition, but it is mere, conjecture' whether the suggested means would produce the desired result. It would be a strenuous undertaking, anyhow. Getting rid of these ...

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THE GOVERNOR'S TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

THE GflyBRNOR'.fi >TRIP. His Excellency the. Governor,,- .Lady. Bosanqyuet, % ip^'"tlLB itiB&eB Bosan quet, together. with the . members @1? hie. BzpeU^ii^'sACfeaffr^aS^^h'e. Gov ernment Valuator (Mr^JS. B,. jTojaeai; will_£isit: 3teBjB£rt?*<3wards "ther end of the mouth.. flteanr NavigatliJir "Tioniany'g, :$bepzDBr> Mgrlon- ^^^^^i^lcialiy fittied "*for the trip, which^^r^rben^t^aiii Sep tember 22 t3"*i^feniber 27, inclusive. The party. wii^ , Adelaide'"egfly «i" Monday moriiing^-t-Septf 22) "by train,' and after inspection of the Mypolonga reclamation ^orkB^ Jneai: Murray -will r^iich Morgan shortly afttir-nopn on. Tuesday. They will leave ball an ioi» .^IfttttKTIor Loxton, and ._will- arrive .'there the following inoraing ' before soon. His - Excellency. -will-iopen^^the agricultural show and attei&'iehe committee lun-*; <jheon, .and 1£he'j afternoon the party will proceed iorRenmark, On Thursday they will go on ton Berri 4nd?i»aif« wi H...

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SORGHUM GROWING IN THE MALLEE FOR SHEEP FEED. (Reprinted from the "Pastoral Review," March 15, 1913). [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

SORGHUM 6R0WIN6 IN THE MAUEE FOR SHEEP FEED. By Wm. F. and P. W. Salmon, Nugara, Oalaquil East, Victoria. I [ (Reprinted from the " Pastoral Review," March 15, 1313). Starting wheatgrowing and fat lamb raising in the lower Mallee at Galaqull Bast, about 20 miles north of Warracknabeal, Victoria, some eix years ago, the necessity soon ap pealed to as of utilising the ground to a greater extent than was done under the bare fallow principle. Under this system it meant only one crop in three years, and only one third of the area available for graz ing. On an area of, say, 900. acres, 300 acres would be in bare fallow, 300 i in grass, and 300 in crop. This system, of course, has great ad vantages from a wheatgrowing point of view over the old—now practically unknown—method of sowing on un fallowed ground, still it means being able to keep only a very small num ber of sheep with any safety, and perhaps a greater drawback is the fact that a course of bare fallow over a number of years is b...

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THE PROBLEM OF THE MURRAY MOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

the' problitic oc the : murray , motrraj;, -- The ■ Railway Standing Committee spent lastv week.. pi^^jin- <yitstoria\ ^atirefi^Ti]?^aatioii'Jiikety.4o be of vatoe-njv tneir "quest for the best outlet for the tfafilc from -tljfe. River lipdsTsaBti of -the, jrijfet p<a.y *jbk&-Cpmik\ifc raitwaye1 to, Paringa, Ldxton, Waikerie. and- .peebinga. The ques tion at issue is iha.t of providing foj. additionalj [railway haulage through the ^hillB-^eithef by ibe duplication of the - ei!k|jRtang. line lpr oon etxuc±^tM'- of " another line—or of Slid ing an ^outletrrf £>r' the river-fepnje producer at^Jor i-neaa-i ^ie . mdirtfi 6t 'CB6 'ilttft T&?3« .rP9$$$& full benefits; >jdetivkbltf irdin •""a'locked, river will ney«r .b&.r«a9e.d >b2T: Soutb Australia until it is: possible to tranship from-: river bargesdirect into sea-going vessels^ aad -the feasibility of ejecting this is £rat.occupying the attention bf 'the~"<^mfaii...

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SORGHUM GROWING IN THE VICTORIAN MALLEE. FOR SUMMER AND AUTUMN SHEEP FEED. (Reprinted from the "Pastoral Review," July 15, 1913). [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

SORGHUM 8RQWIN6 IN THE VICTORIAN NALLEE. FOR SUMMER AM) AUTUMN SHEEP FEED. (Reprinted from the " Pastoral Review," July 15, 1313). It will fee rsmesnbered that we pub lished In the March issue the experi ences of Messrs. W. F. and P. W. Salmon in growing sorghum for sheep feed on their property. " Nugara,"' Gala^uil Bast,/ spread over a period of four years. We have now received the following further infonua&ion from. Messrs. Salmon, together with a summary of the feeding value of two paddocks of sorghum during the past summer. They, were ploughed in July to Sep tember of last year apd.spwn to sorghum saccharatum during Sep tember and October, finally fed off with sheep about the end of May, and are now sown to wheat. These paddocks (ISO and 120 acres) were specially set apart for this feeding test with one small flock of I crossbred ewes that had reared about, 80 per cent, of lambs in the very dry' 1912 season, and were consequently in low (poor) condition when .the test be...

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MURRAY RIVER TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

MURRAY RIVER TRADE. .. Mr. -Mv Walker; onS"oI i"he direptoX6 farmer iSfer" Murray 1 Milling. Company, and^fa -jniau' of ifi^^e^peteen^ i; rurtr trade; naV '-beeii5'^ivi&g* " Tiethe uenefit ,0L,6pme _of his reminiscences "01 yttie pbst 'and; a forecasting of th» luture. Mr. Walker^started the Man numrfjnjjl -in 1875J *ab<£ _hSfe £yer since oeea' a •• cloSe ' ' observer oi ciungs. In the old days, he says, when the whole oi 'the Darling and most of the Murrumbjidgee trade used to come to „ g)qu£Ji ~ Australia; -there; was' generaUy;:§yr jjiore .cargo ■ avail able ttian 'jtbere -'were -iioat& .for- its cr£^portl.r JBut the tapping® Of the riveris' by railways in tne late se rentier tcgde.^ai^ed ^aniflimediate ifiuStedaiAg"xiypr trade, and :iaany/-oX; the; sought em ployment in outside waters. Oi lace years thyi^ haw fmprovedi south AuetraUa fe once more^ getting .§., jair^ share^l'4 iSie^ lSairling4 trade/ $ipjt Murray withm'. Bouth Australian borders nave cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

(Sole & Woodham, FRUIT GRADERS AND PACKERS. Give in your orders at once Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. to save disappointment. Implements—-We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. The famous Dfcere Mansur Disc Harrows f20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. All Pruning requisites Stocked. Renmark Fruit-Packing Union, til Public Graders and Packers of all Dried Fruits. Agents for tbe International Harvester Coy, of Australasia. NOTICE I IMPLEMENTS.—We have a good stock of these on hand. A special ieatnre are the Oliver 13 and 19 steel beam Flow. Call and see them. FERTILIZERS—We shall be glad to take orders, any brand tor variety, at bedrock prices. 8PRAYINCU—Orders taken now for our power (pray outfit. All spraying materials stocked. „ ■ 8EOATEUR8.—A good assortment always on hand, Mexenrs, Bleck manni etc. , 'Phone. 69. E. QOODLAND, Manager. Radsl T...

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The Pioneer. RENMARK, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

Rbnmakk, t rid ay, Septemebb 12, . The movement towarfds the lock ing of.the river gathers weight and momentum* and it should not be long tiefore work is actually ' started at the? site of. the 'first focgc> The recent utterance of the Commis sioner oflPublic Works when intro; ducing to Pariiamenc the the construction of a series of locls? by , South Australia, and tjit. speeches contributed, byfionouraoie Members in support 6i the jproposal* indicate that this State is at last entering (seriously upon a definite .policy with respect to the utilization at (he ^Murray waters, and that no halt or stay in the v?prk—other than those arising ifogi natural ca^^~|uiid ci&iftliti&is —until the driver ash^ruessied -and made permanently Navigable ifropi '^entworth to the mouth. : The undertaking in its totality involves, atiaydiwre «f something -over £1,000,000; and it is gratifying to observe that very iew voices have .Dien raised oegruigiug the expenV diture of this ainou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

Sorghum Saccharatum Seed, . Early Tomato and Cucumber Seed, 6d Packtt. LEWCOCK & SONS, dare. S.A P. CALEY SMITH, ALDGATE. * SPECIALTIES: IRIS KEMPPERII (Japanese Iris), con taining a beautiful- range of lovely shades. 12/ per doz.,- assorted. COLUMBINES, prize Coledale strain, lpng spurred hybrids, 7/6 per doz., selected; 8/6'per doz. seedlings, one year old. '< ' • CARNATIONS, beat varieties, American and Show perpetuate, 10/ per doz.; band-crossed seedlings, Dr. Pooler's strain, show perpetnals, 5/ per dos.; Americana, 2/6 perdoz. . PETUNIAS, band-crossed Snpetbissima - seedlings, 3/6 per doz.; pot crossed seedlings, 2/6 per doz. GLADIOLI.—A grand selectionof named varieties, 12/ per doz.; best selected, 10/ per doz.; selected Blues, 10/ per doz.; selected Ye'lows, 10/ per dor.; good mixed garden sorts, 6/ per doz J. DHYIS. ' 11 O ■ , ' ; Wholmli ^ralt MvrduuKl «nacom* mlukpTAgtfit, 13 WESTERN MARKET, MEL BOURNE. — CmmimIoi. All Orders Promptly Attended to.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

qfEATH. BARBER.—On the 6th September, at Tanratiga," Renmark, M,. J. .BarfbeK* widow of *he Rev* Edward-Batftetf 8ged6L.s ' ......— . " He giveth Sis beloved sleep." , IN MEMOfflAM- i' T," ^ CI/YMA.—In loving memory of our dear - wife and motjier who died suddehlyrat Renxtikfk 9th Sejrtember, 1912.^ , ( In the-uarii'^hen all was still QtkTgave the great command-, -" Apd silentfy.shp passed away • / •" ' Into the.befer-la.nd. ■ "' ' ■ j Worthy ofttfce Jfesjpect was she, Prom those she left behind.-- • A better mother never JiyecL'' Noi5mfe*&bretfuea'ndldnd. Inserted-by-'hetloving liu'sband "ahdl sons, E. JLf. a?d.£. Glymai . ' ? : j CLYMA.—InJLovmg memory "of bur dear friend who went to her rest on the 9th September, 1912. —• ■ "7^'_ In fancy. I can-hear her at the"gate, ' It makes my heart .rejoice, .. To hear her gentle footstep And her kind and loving voice,-.-. As she comes to comfort the sick . In the misty evening gloom. ■ Oh Clyma where are you dear?. - I am safe,-;saf...

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