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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 January 1892

LABOUR IN POLITICS. It was' a Halle (Germany) Socialist who — fKrt— three— «o#w — fr»*^ '«5 — cheering Jim Etu peror. The JIalte JSeciaiiata i Have retorted bv-'-ynpitKr thnt n^atin the R«ich8tag_Jroni_ tntJ^iiliiinai .Liitt-Jjds, ? :v ? Thk Premier of New Zealand repatds ~ir~a- the dn^of the Government to find work for the. unemployed who are willing to work. He has said notLing about a soup kitchen, ijuch as linsoane uoasts 01. SkCkktarv Sceusa. of the N.S.W. Italian Workmen's Benefit Society, has been — nominated in Sid-fry for the ItatiaB-Parim— ment. Central District Organiser Meehan has be^n addressing_meetings in Maryborough and about Brisbane under the auspices of the ''Cerifral 'Political t?nYrnmittP« of the P.-P.A— Subject : 'The Bushman 'd ►ide of oneman on-- vote.' In spite of the wet weather, highly successful meetings were hejd at Ippwhh. WooHoongabba J«id_/ Fortitude^ Valley and very fair rneetings~at~Hary twmnprh. Rocalie and South Brisbane, while the (t'aietv lectur...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 January 1892

LABOUR BOOKS. | I '' ? °-|£ CLOTH BOUHfD=^— s.d d. Co-operative Commonwealth .. ..8 0 4 ? (By Laurence Gionlund.) ? Ooa Dbstikv ..? ? , 80 4 ? (-By-L&urenGe-Groftlund.) ? — ? Ethics of Socialism ..._.'.. .k 8 0 4 (By Belfort Bax.) Socialism in Enoland ? 8 0 8 (By Sydney Webb.) APBB OOVERB Co-operative Commonwealth ' .. .. X 0 4 (By Laurence Groilund.) Conventional LreB of oca Civilisation -8~0 ^ — {By Max Nordaui ^easar's Column . . .. ,, ..0 6 2 (By Ignatius Donnelly) The Old Order and the New . . . ._ MJ IJL JL (By Morrison Davidson.) Looking Backward ? 0 6 4 (By Edward Bellamy.) Social Problems .. . .' ,. ..10 8 (By Henry George.) ?BOOBE66 AND POVERTY ,.- .. ..10 4 (By Henry George.) :_ .bast ? , ? |D 6 2 (By Charles Kingsley.) Alton Locke ? ., ,. ..06-- 2 ? (By Charles Kingsley.) ? _J__ CO-OPEBATIVE SETTLEMEKT -Alms and basis of organisation Bfid ? articles of association of the New Australia Co-operative Settlement Association : Per copy .. .. ..02 1. Per dozen, post fr...

Publication Title: Worker
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FROM ACROSS THE SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 January 1892

-fWUCBflSS4HiJiAS, The cable Hed more than usual when it announced some weeks ago the collapse of the German .printers' . strike. At latest in formation the solid Teutons were holding Stoutly out'TorT 'A'^nVliouTs'^iiyr'incIud*' ing fifteen minutes for lunch and fifteen minutes for afternoon coffee, a 10 per cent, increase in the pay for piece work, and a thirty-^h^R ftriH nnpi-t.hird jwr ppiit. iiutphsp _ strike the Germans accrxmulatttl-a ^reeen-e- fund of £30,000 and secured-the co dppration of the bulk of the non-unionist labour. Some ]*-,000 men came out and --000 went back, victorious, within a month, paying a heavy levy. The German printers within the last two years have voted £10,000 to assist feTlow^Traftsmen in Belgium^ France, Switzerland and^Austria-and it appears that thb internationalism is: being _ warmly _j&-_ ciprocated. In England a strong committee iitoo fnVmui^ tr\ nnllontii fiinrlo thu T^tn-^ikn printers leading off with, £500 and the Aus tralaiian Typog...

Publication Title: Worker
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THE NEW POSTAGE TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 January 1892

THE « POSTAGE TAX. ~~ Owing tol/lie imposition of a postage tax of hd. per copy or Id. per lb. uponaHnews papers posted ia Queensland, the Worker Board of Trustees have been obliged to in crease thfl charge for single subscribers from 2s. to 3s. per annum and to make an extra charge of Is. per annum per copy upon all — co-operating subscribers having single copies sent to them. tST No extra charge wilLbcmadc on papers — sent in iundles^o-Amions, -agents or sheds._ Single subscribers residing in the same -locality should unite in receiving their Wobkebs through one ;of their number to whom a buedlerwBubscribers' papers can be nreMiiwofxharge. ? rpr— ? = ? Tn two oFlihree wfteks 1t~will'beicnown whether a weekly Wobkeb will be issued. In this event other changes will have to be -made for single subscriptionls, but no extra — tkargewill bemade-for-bunriJf.t. ? Subscribers will thence requested to forward iwstage for balance of their^ubscripttonHerms and^will kindly do so promptly. ? T....

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 January 1892

THEJDlTORIALMlll *' The eldest son of the eldest son' of the hereditary nominal ruler of the British Em pire, heir apparent by the grace of God and by the Act of Succession which plays the part of the grace trf^jod in i^iesBilBgeneTate days, is dead. The newspapers hav« hatl ^Igimif^atootvt— it, and TrotHfe-mourning has been pruuUutiedJaboat-rtparud t)flls_ jiaye' fiAftn lulled nnii i ir-t»a»iR rif_fii/?1f1 v ~- i\ r\ v*±\ nmncr^ out of the pulpit orators. But in spite of all this not a tear was bhed in all wide Australia, and save in the family circle, which even princes have like common meuT not~ a' tear throughout the vast empire on' Which the sun never Bets. Not but what some einotiouaPj^reachers 'may' have touched the well springs of emotional hearts in telling of a motherj's sorrow and a bride's despair. These are human senti ments which of themselves appeal to us. But however many tears were shed for the human sentiment not a single tear was shed in Australia for this young D...

Publication Title: Worker
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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 January 1892

SMOKE-HQ ? General -Council, ? A.Tj.F-,_Qpens^Jn_ -^fownsviile^m Wednesday-next.^ _. . AN A.S.TT. meeting at Gooraa carried a resolution favouring amalgamation of the A.S.TT. and OrTL.TT. with one dissentient. The Bourke A.S.U. i« anxious to see Aus tralasian ^Federation ^HLabour an accom plished lack ? In Germany a SociaKf-f got three months for not cheering the Emueror. What tyranny1~y^,^iidnn-%ipensjt»«1^^ntomat— got two years for railing, wherilirunk against ' old mother Brown ;' Harding sentenced him, and his name Is Martin. Is that tyranny, too ? In Germany one labour paper was so prosecuted that four editors in succes sion were gaoled and the fifth is now on trial. Tj3Miblel_ .Weil, in Queensland the Govern ment did it« level best to down VoRper. of the Oharters Towers RcmihHmn,, and Par liament hafltTQfe^ack^ra-th^-fa^ t'armgdfor the suppression of the Worker. Nearly terrible, too, isn't it? And no thanks to anybody it's not worse. ? ^The Sydney Socialist League appears to H...

Publication Title: Worker
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FRIENDS WE CANNOT SEE. Verses sent from the Union Prisoners at St. Helena to Mrs. Edg, of the Railway Hotel, Ilfracombe. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 23 January 1892

FRIENDS WE CANNOT SEE. Verses sent from the Union Prisoners at St. Helena to Mrs. Edg, of the Railway Hotel, Ilfracombe.               When at the closing of the year once more the pleasing feast is spread,   And round the wholesome Christmas cheer the greeting words again are said,   This is the thought that some may think: "Some are not here who used to be;"       This is the toast that some may drink; "The friends we cannot see."         We, too, shall keep our Christmas here, and "Brighter days" our toast shall be. The friends we pledged in wine last year this Christmas we may toast in tea.   Our tinware goblets we shall fill at St. Helena by the sea,   And drink the toast with right good will; "The friends we cannot see."   &nb...

Publication Title: Worker
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MISSING FRIENDS. EDWARD DYER [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

MISSING FRIENDS. Edward Dyer . ? — wittTind it to his advantages com^ ? municate with James ? way. Dyer left Alice for Barcaldine strike camp in June. A registered money letter waiting him. Henry Collins, late of Palmerston road, Plumstead England. Write to your brother, Eli CollinSi Rockhamptou P.O. Information thankfully re ceived. Joe Berkitt please send address to Robert Sharp. Worker office. Archibald M'Quade, ? — % miner and shearer, native of 3oth' well, Tas., last heard of Blackall (Q-), 1887. Brother Percy anxious to heat from him. Ad dress A.S.U. office, Wagga.

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

_JffHCI*LJ011EICABllNL Official announcemeuta of unions and reoog niaed lBSouToTganisatienBtaseaaoA^eBotcbftrge,

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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

:^SMQKH(V The Gulf Federated Workers' Associa tion TepTTrtsTtsernwonrmgr— Immickation Agent Randall is in Oorn ... v\vall. Miners are so i?caTre--TTrH:2neeftsliW*4r you know. Thk' Hughenden carriers are not yet rea^y^tjr-iunalgajiiationi^Avhich is a move ment necessarily slow where the emjilover and the employed are still as intermingled as in the carrying trade. Avttttt^vHJnJkyiwb/^NciviyKipcr, ap parently officially inspired, states ~ tfiatrirr Queensiand the demand for Labour exceeds the supply. Is Randall responsible for this ?- — -4nd w)]i th* Qovfin-^fl'L^-Lgh'-iiJL_jJiJiggdi_ contradict it. Ci'i.liN(JA1ux-;a, Peak Downs, wanted to shear chequer-board. Chinese and whites, for this season, promising to go white after WardHr— — . Afternegotiating, the owners decided to go~wHite~at~tmon, and did without some twenty Chinese, Hve shearers and fifteen rouseabouts. TaiTWarrego Tsnrierg^tre-flontennilatjng^ a border union which will cover Narribri tlfc&W:), Oharleville, Yeulba...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

THE EDITORIAL MILL Barcoo Murphy is dead. Me was a decent man, personally, so iar as r~ever~ heard, his decency being handicapped by his ' being saturated through and through with Pure Merinoifm of the very worst t5ype. His last nublic act was to do his utmost, as presi dent of the Central Queensland Pastoralists1 Association, to get in another kick at the3 unionise whinh la down ; his last private act, it is said, was to die with genuine grit, as a nran should. Just jfa'hat affect upon his weak health the stormy | pastoralists' meeting ao Barcaldine had it is] hard to say. Anyway, he led the Pure Merinos to the overthrow of more peacefully inclined squatters who wanted to let thsf unions alone ; and a few days afterwards the great Leveller met him in the way and tore from him sheep and land and wealth and honours - ft-ttti-ciat; him into /the Unknown just-like-a,~ penniless swagaman or a grimy labourer killed in a tank. The man is certainly mad who hoards up °the paper of a bank th...

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GENERAL COUNCIL, A.L.F. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

[?] Thk second annual session of the General Council jf J-he Australian Labour Federation was opened at 'the Town'' Hh 11. Townsville, at 10 a. jii. on Wednesday, 27-tU-Juuuary, ttu* prepident ?(Mr. Onurle-s-M'-lJonald) being in the ch:iir. ^The -following delegates presented their credentials, winch were accepted witti ' out comment :— Mr. William -Sauuders, of the Central Di-tiict Council ; Mr. Thomas fiiven, of the Charters, Towers Associated Workers' Uni-m ; Mr.' David Bowman, of the Brisbane District Council ; Mr. W. H. Demaine, of the Wide Bay and Burnett — Piatricl'GoniicilT-^lTr^T^r^3Cwr^7^f--tfae- Townsville District Council. Mr. Albert Hinchcliffe (general secretary) w;us also pre^ — sent. ? ? ? THK «'HINKhE IX WKST AUSTRALIA. Correspondence read and dealt with in cluded':— From the Trades' Hall Council, Melbourne, re questing the General Council of the A.L.F. to urge upon the Queensland Government the desirability of securing the same restrictive legis lation in reference...

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CONDITION OF ITALIAN LABOUR. Compiled from Official Report of British Foreign Office. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

LCCND1T10N inwroiraBiDir — Compiled J^om Official Report of British __ Foreign Office. The London Track Unionist contains the following compilation of a b oreign Office re port on Italian Labour, most Interesting in view of the indentation of Italian* to Queens land. The italics refer to the class which is being imported to Queensland. It will be noticed that the peasantry of North Italy, which Queensland is getting and wliich. the Government has asserted to be superior Italians, arn set down, in this British Official ir|'Ull/, lid IlllCliUl . - W'Hgf s ui_liajy_ju-e jtiiMow_tlnjjigl^ jjiere has ? been a steady increase during tlic-lnst twenty or twenty-five j earsi Hert- are three examples, in ehidinp the highest and the lowest figures (for -iSyiM— tmm-a -utble referring. io_niae industrial ? establishau nt»:— Rom Woollen Mill, Province of ? Vieenza — s. d. BpianeK, mftles^ ^ — r~r. — ^t. — 4- ^ tt day. Weavers,- „ ? ,'j \-\ ,,, Canfconi Cotton Mill, Province of Milan Spinners, mal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

— ^Y8TfiRTOUS^9IS APPEAR ANCE. 7 - IS' To anyone who was camped on the west banks of the Balonne, opposite St. George, on Christmas Day: - A man named Michael Sauuders, believed to belong to Dalby and answering the following description :— Tall, fully six feet; Sandy com plexion; sandy moustache-; stubbly beard, 8 or 4 weeks' growth; stammered slightly; walked de liberately and slowly; had no swag; was dressed ^in-^eilowiBh— imitation Bedford cord trousers, darkish grey coat and waistcoat, straw hat, white httudkerehtcf tic,-JiQ2tswith screws— is supposed to have passed ivfonc°*Ttir=~rnnt! nnrnrtimp * '' Christmas morning, probably about 12 o'clock. __-Anyi3J3B.5yJio^awMch^^Mn_pr^angJye ahy_in^__J formation respecting him is requestSTiid com municate by collect — wire — to — Hre — manager, ? Gulnarber, St. George. . ~~5ulnarber, January 8th7l®9£ ? ~ ~ TO Q.S.U. DELEGATES. Delegates are requested-tp-^pply^io-the Head — Delegates flt-e_jceqiiested to collect- ?all unpaid levies.— W. K...

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LABOUR IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

LABQUH IN POLITICS, Barooo fieotors^-Vote for Ryan, and down tl»- ?? I'lnrfTfftTii fJoyprmnent. ~~~ Baiu'OO nominati-irr~~ctavr~ Wednesday, Fpbruai'v J7-th--j — -polling- day— Saturday March '-th. LrMi.KV JTili- was a bi'tpr opponent of the Employers' Liability Bill in the last Parliament. Trk Victorian Government is finding w-«3£_JVir_/-(K) unemployed. The elections arecomingl 7 ? T Ovk« 21,000 plural voters in and around _ _Sj!dney^__TljpLnuniheEj5ra53 .jusmnd JBriB bane everybody's afraid to count. Enrron Campbell, of th« Western Champion , is talked of as a third candidate for the Barcoo. ? ? - ? ~ Th k landjjrant ratfwav sharks ar« again ...__4-lentLfi_il. South Australia^&nfL JWepbertT Australia berth have them and Queensland may see them along any minute. BvRHi'M Powkrs is advocating a re ferendum as a settlement nf the black labour - ouostion. Why not? That would satisfjT tflp white labour crowd.^-— JFkanck has^pmhtbited the employment '* in factortes~~of children un...

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"Worker" Subscription Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

? ' Worker Jl SutogCTtoJtojQtotgg. Co-operative Societieb, Per Member per year, II ?iihque SoB8CBiBEB8,-pei^year, 3s., per copy1 Id. Newsagents, per dozen (payments monthly), 6d. Remittances to the Worker -should -be -made - 'whergTitjsstWe-iQ cheque, post office order, or postal note, payable ttTTr-Wi-Crawford. Penny -.tampp can, however be sent where other form of emittance is in any way inconvenient. ' friends ot ttie Labour Movement should — ^TtTBSClirRK ^IHHsMSEkVEg-:- ' ? :?=: ? 1GEI_IHE1B JSE WJBAfiEHISJKLgEXJ. j ? Ukt thkih Unions toCo-opebatje. No profits are made out of the Workee. It is controlled by the co-operating unions. , The editor is elected. It advocates the cause of Labour. It receives more abuse from Capitalism than any other paper in Australasia. Every wage-earner should read it regularly, and everybody who wants to see how the Labour Movement is going Ehould study it. IS* Chairmen of shed committees, Q.S.U. end Q.L.U., are requested to A-ire as soon as possibl...

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LABOUR BOOKS. PRICE. POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

LABOUR BOOKS. I If CtiOTH BOUND— ^liTdi^. Co-operative Commonwealth .» — .. 8,0l 4 (By Laurenee Gronlund^— ~ - Our Destiny ? ,_=— ^ -8-0--1- (By Laurence Gronlund.) ! Ethics of Socutrast ? 30 4 JBy_Beltori Bax.) Socialism jn H/NGLand .. .. ..8 0S' (By Sydney Webb.) APER COVERS— Co-operative Commonwealth . , ..104 ? (By Imwrence Grorlund.) — . Conventional Lieb of our GrvfwsATioN SO 4 (By Max Norflaui ^sasar's Column ? **.. 0.6 (By Ignatius Donnally) The Old Order and the New . . ..103 (By Morrison Davidson.) Looking Backward ? 06 4 (By feidward Bellamy^) Social Problems t. , ? 10S (By Henry George.) Progress and Povebtf ? 10 4 (By Henry George.) 'east .. .. .. ......06S (By Charles Kingsley.) . Alton Locse^.. .. ' .. .. ..0^ 2 ? (By Charles Kingsley.) Co-operative Settlement Aims and basis of organisation and articles of association of -tbe~New ~ Australia Co-operative Settlement Association : Per copy . . . . ? .-? 4b-%r -J' Per dozen, post free ... 2 0 0 WHYTTrarA-StSPBBLlCAK ? (B...

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QUEENSLAND SHEAKERS' UNION. BALANCE-SHEET FOR YEAR ENDING 31ST DECEMBER, 1891. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 6 February 1892

? QUEENOLAND OnEAKEKD' UMIODT. TJAL^^PSffRKT-j'OR Year Ending 31rt bECKMBBR,'1891. -— itECElPTS. - December 81, 1890. ? — BaTanorQ.N. Bank, Blackall . . . . £1922 10 11 Balance Bank of N.B.W-, Blactall .. 1 12 2 December 81, 1891. Subscriptions received— 9.RKR mp.mherfi for 1891 at -? 10s. each .. .. £1423 0 0 4 members for W.)\ at 20s. each .?'. . . 4 0 0 ' 758 members for 1892 at . ? 10s. each ., .. 3790 0 4 36 members for 1890 at 20s. each (arrears} .. 36 0 0 G3 members for 1890 at 10 each (arrears) .. M 1 0 -= ? ' ? 1882 0 0 Levies received — 1905 members at 20s. each . . . . . . 1905 0 - 0 33 members at 10s. each 16 10 0 — 1 member at os ? 0 5 0 ? 1921 15 0 Refunds 3'eceived— Ci D. Council on ac count Noondoo strike 37 15 5 X. D. Council on ao^- .-?!- cbunt Cecil Plains strike ? 22 3 3 C. D. Council on ac count General strike 1S4 15 10 ? 244 14 fi Overpaid into Bank by Secretary, September 29th, 1891 . . . . 0 10 0 €5973 2 7 Expenditure. December31— 1891. Maintenance of members...

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BRISBANE DISTRICT COUNCIL. EXECUTIVE REPORT AND BALANCE-SHEET FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING, DECEMBER 31ST, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

BRISBANE DISTRICT COUNCIL. BXEfimSF, RF.POBT AND BALANCE-SHEET VOR THE ? ITnT.K YKAB ENHtNUt^^ECEMBEH^aiST, 1891. ^Ge^tlemen^--In-submitting_thiB_ report for the J past half year, yonr executive fags to stfttethat it has beenless eventful than any other period since' the Council's inception. We regret to inform you that both numerically and financially our position ? b notresiJrosperous as we would like to have the ? jflt rart*a «f »-Ap--rtiny ? ' tht-. /»miHi- of which is at tributable to that depression in trade; whioh is eompellisg unionists not only to leave Brisbane, ^saMne^coiony in Bearon oi employment, owing to thia_exodus of unionists'the posifiotf of societies whose funds hnvA hp^n prpYj^^fiW^yhmifltpfl through the maritime and bush strikeirtaBs-beetw considerably weakened, so much so that some of them have not been in a position to pay the ^ostentation fees to the Council, although all of ^them have cheerfully prorniBeoTttrtlo k- when j;ir cumstances permit. A considerabl...

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Answers in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 20 February 1892

Answers in Brief, Tom Lyne, Broadwater, Richmond Rive N.S.Wi:— Haven't forgotten you since you left Gladstone. Sending papers. Will fix up poetry, if possible. Juvenib, on the Flinders :— Please send your address. One Who Knows, Isiaford : — Not wise to publish that just at present. Better reason with them, quietly. Jas. G, BAimy, Mary borough :— Cannot possibly 'find space just now, H. J. Jackson', Longreach :— ' Co-mates Though _. Exiled ' isn't good. enough for the W jrkeh. The other is tip-top. Will have both printed neatly and forwarded with bill to Mrs. Edg. W. G. Currawinya Station:— No shares to be sold in Wobkeb. It belongs to the unions which co operate in it on behalf of all their members. Will be-issued weekly in about a month and will ' look out that everybody gets it then. Have been addressing your papers ' Cuarawyna,1' but that -B^aiija^iyit-imTO imiiKPfi thfim to miscarry. J. Donald Harbik, Leyburn :— Many thanks. CT Leck, Ilfracombe:— Important letters sent you. Bus...

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