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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

FOOTBALL. --4-p---. [BY IBOUNDARY]. Eighth day. \Villiamstown at home, To thle North l\elllourno sixstcen, A spiiited finish b)y tile local team. 'Through a set of circumstanuces whichl are quite likely to occur to any team, tihe local club is having a hlard struggle to get into the final four. The first break in their run of suLccesses was caused by all overwhelm ing series of accidents ill the Iuonsv;wicl match four weeks ago, Since then Town has not recovered troan their set back, Tile match against North Melbourne -was an exhihition of what the local lads can do on a familiar grond, and, with about anll ounce mare luck, tile local; \eould have received the honors. This was the fir:st occasion on which tile teamn religiolsly carried out their coach's instructions to keepl the Iball low, and the wisldom of tile (advice was iplainly apparentl The (camn put tiup a great per[orlanllce against what looks like (at present) the premiert team, an tlheir last-quarter finish deserves great...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE ENTERTAINING ATTRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

WILLIAMSTO'O N THIEA'TRE INT'RITAININU ATlTRACTION. Tho DI)o-Re-Mi Trio prouonted two of theo brighteot and moat original aotu over coon iu Williiamuown for tiono timo ant tlpportced no thoy woro by oceollonic pio t~iro ropgralto, Tho mnregomont do ltrvo to roeap tho roward of tho largo audiotncO feot thoir tar fcinlg cauteor prieo, To-night Jack FIhiolds, a Yorkuhiro comedih anud auimlt imitator, will mako hia firat appoUarune aftor a auccou?ful tour of ltickarda Tivoli Theutrou, alto The IKarnou, comedy aorobatio artiualtu. Tho piioturce for to-night .iucluodo Tho Myatory Lady, t two part sltory of Americanu P'ionoor Day, alto Ono Round O'lrloln Conea liaok, Algorian ArcobatYe, iltrokoLn Oath, Vliiolln at the Winlldow, oto. SOn Monday at tIho spoial matinoo, tho groat Vitagrph drama, " The Wrck ' will be aeoroonod. Thia pioturo include? tho greoatcest [on[let on over ploto graphed, hoing on actual railway aemtnah botwcon two oeprc ti Iraiml and carri age[ going at top apod, Thits ...

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AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB. INAUGURAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

AMIATIE Ul AThLETIC CLUll. INAUGURAL MEETING, ON Thursday ovonin:t about thirty young menou attonded the Moohanios' Institute to form a physical oulturo and athletic olub. Mr 0 T. Koig presided. Mr E. Lind said thoco proesput wero principilly umembers of the Swimming club, but it was his desireo that other smateur clubs or organisations should be represcnted, 1Io considered tho club was fortunato in securing the sorvice of some of the Naval in trrctors who would act in an honorary eit p\city. Mr Koig said, as president of the Ila tiuteo, ho would give the club ovory saislaneo possibleo, It was poessible t becotuo members of the oInstituteo for 5i[ a year. The ftoo for the winior term, during whieh the club will meuoet, would bo blf-a-crown, and would ontitlo mom boea to tho ueo of the preomisc, Mr. Yeo, who undortook to oact as in structor, said iho members would have to bho posout pucetually and rogularly, and to ohoy orderso, Mr Causer asked if sons of membors of the Instituto wou...

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DRY DOCK QUESTION. AN AGREEMENT EXPECTED. BETWEEN STATE AND FEDERAL AUTHORITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

DRY DOCK( QUESTION. V 0 AN AaHICIEMENT EXPEOTED. BETWEEN PTATH AND FIDERIAL M AUTHORITIES. R Man Lommon, 1.IL,A., at the invita- d lion of Councillor ioriot, who was in the chair, attended tho last mooting of to Council to explain the position of i afflira with regard to the dry dock qucatiou, about which a notice of motion had iboon tabled by Councillor Chandler. Or Chandler taid tle Premier was negotiating with the Federal authori c ties for the construction of a dry dock , hlre. TIis cfforts were not siccoosful ntid lih (Cjr Clian1dlo) thought if 1 leputation roprecalntativo of the a Trildoe Ilall, the A. NA. and other c public bodies waited on thel Fcderl l Governmenit, the object in view might be promoted, He moved that a do. putation be arranged. a Cr Wood uoecondole the motion. when ho was Mayor a doputation waited otn Mr Johni Murray, thlo Premier, and it watn very reproenta tive, Prc?muro should now be brought tl to boar on tho State Government. C Circulate hand been sent t...

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OSWALD RIPPON'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

OSWALD RIPPON'S CONCERT. NEI\tLY all the seats at the Mechanics' Institute wrre reserved for the concert held by by Mr Oswald Rippon on Monday .evening l'hat the concert was appreciateI was shows by the fact that every itemn, fronm firt to last, was encored, If the hest item on tIe pro graimme may be mentioned at once. it was that of Mliss Mary Rippon " l'Thlou Charming Bird," 'ith flute ouliato by Mr John Amadio Miss Rippon's natural, sincere method and the quality of her higher notes were at their best in this selection.nrd the assistance of an accomplished flautist like Mr Amnadio added miuchl to its beauty and charm. " Ave Maria ' (rots " Caval leria Rustican''" was one of her reic spouses, Miss Rippon was again re called for " Love's Echo " and again for some child imnpersonations both in siginsg and reciting, which were not without touches of genuine comiedy. Miss Flora Rippon sang " \VcWe'd b:tter bide a Wee ' and the duct " Queen of IIeaven " with Mir Oswald IRippon in good ...

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REFUSAL TO PAY FINE. PREFERS TEN DAYS AT QUEENSCLIFF [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

REFUSAL TO PAY FINE. Pl.isltH9'i TEN I)AYS A'l' QUElENSOLII " WIllI you pay tho ioo ?" John Edwin Jamit ion, a lad laborer, aged 17, wai. anked on lhurmiday afternoon, afthr having boon lined 20/- by Mr Reil Murphy, with tho option of aorving ten days at Queonacliff inatead. " No," ho annword, " I will go to tQueenaeiflf'." Mr Reid Murphy-The lad in in aubordinate and will not submit to dieiciplin hio ought to got the maxi 11um tlorm. Tho oltonce ciharged againat the traincu by Erneat John lBatoo wau bo ing guilty of conduct plroj.iicial to naval diaeiplino, On April 11th, due ing th EIautor oncampmiont, he ab entedl himiolf from camp, The lad wacv roported miaing and at olovou o'clock ho waa uoon creeping into hil bod, l.Tett morning ho was given an opportunity of inaking up the extra drill, but had not mado it up.

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A DENIAL To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

A IDENIAL To the Editor of the "Advertiscer." SIn,--I would deem it a favor if you will grant me permission through the medium of your esteemed journal o clear my name of a blemislh, which ai (uniitentiohnally) bCCeeni placed upon it. Just recently, two young men namely Maroney and Gerald Downmy were arrestcd in Tasmania on a charge of pouse.brcaking etc., and later mnide their escape. to \'cst Australia, where they were re-arrestcd and brought back to Melloutne, We are all ,ware that one of the men, Maroney,;cscaped ovcrboard in l'ort Phillip Bay, thereby Iosin?g his life, Now, as I Ihave, until recceilly, bet n a resident of Williams. town, and bcimmg known to a good num ber of the public as Gerald l)owney, it is only rnatural to assume that my name will be confused witllh the Gerald p1owney now" uunder arrest mpore especmlly as i came over to Tasmania lust prior to Xmas and am at present }n business at loblart, I trust this will serve to clear my character, and prove to the publl...

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HOTELKEEPER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

IIOTELKIEEPER FINED, GEORtC.: iMlagor, licensee of tie 1U.ty view hotel, Nelson place, was on Thursday afternoon chargod before Mr Reid Murphy, P.M., and Mr Stone, J P.,; with trafliicking in liquor on Sun day, April 12th. Inspector Kenneally prosecuted. Mr Jsmes Hall, who appeared for thle defendant, said the Inspector had agreed to reduce the charge to one of allowing persons to be on the premises, to whiclh he would plead guilty, Constable Michael Snith, stationed at St. Kilda, gave evidence that on Sunday night, April 12th, he was on duty withl Conutable Tatchcll. iHe watched the Ilayview hotel at hIalf past seven in tile evening in compsany with Constable Tatchell, He saw men at tile corner of Neluon place and Cole street, The licensee and Mrs Magor came out at twenty minutes to eight and thlree men came up and spoke to them. The licensee went back into tile hotel and caine out again, The licensee, his wile and seven men then went into the hotel. The witness and Constablk Tatch...

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CORRESPONDENCE We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. RATING GROUND VALUES. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

CORRE~SPONDENCE We do not ncet anrily idtntify oursclves with the piuio?ut CSpcssCt by Our or r'PtPeut.11 RAT''ING GROUND VALUES, To tho Edito of thlo "Advcrtiacr." Sii,-Your remarks on the above sub. jeet are interesting, but much still remains to be said on both sides of the question, in order to come to a deter mination that will be satisfactory to the ratepiyers of the town., lIhave recently explored the country from the Mlanbyrnoug river right through to the eastern botundares of preston, and iiid that landed estates 411 the way from one to the other have eeii snb dividecd and sold, or are for ale in suitable building allotmencts At \Vest and Nollth Essendon, \West and East Coburg, Moreland, East J3runs. wick, aud Preston even out into the country, a vast amount of rettletmcent has taken place and buildings are still being erected in each of those mtmunici palities, very mnuch to their advantage for it is manicfest, this scttlmeont and 411 that it nimeans, could not Ihave taken...

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VERDON STREET NEIGHBORS BOUNDARY FENCE DISPUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

IERDON STREET _NEIGC BOR8 BOUNDARY I'E5NOE DISPUTESI. hi G, Reid Murphy, P.M,, and Mr. R, Stone, J.P,, occupied tile Bench at .he Court of Petty Hessions on Th'Iurs Jay afternoon. Mr M. T'l'yacklr, Ibuilder and contiac .or, Verdon street, proceeded against iis neighbors, Mir Alfred Fowler and Mrs )arcy, for being the occupiers of ansd in Vei'don street adjoiining his here, sitluate and helongilng to him; such lands were not divided by a sutii cient fence and that, hIaving heen iervedl with a notice in pursuance of the Fences Act IS90, !they had failed sithii one injoth of such service to agree with the conmplainant as to the construction and kind of fence to be crectel, Mrit Secomb alppeared for the plain ilt; Mr \V, II, Croker for Mr Fowler, and Mr G F', A, Jones for Mrs I)aray, In cross-examnination by Mr Croker, MIr Tyack said hlie had taken four panels out of an old dividing fence for the carpenters to nail on his side, with the consent of Mr andI Mrs Fowler, On Feblruary 16thI,...

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DIAMOND JUBILEE. OF HOLY TRINITY PARISH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

DIMAIONI JUBILiAI, 01 11OLY TRINITY PAlRhfII, Ou thu lict day of January, 1855, the theon Anglican BiahIop of Melbourne, the Right RIoverond Dr. Perry, came to Willianlutown to conoecrlate the newly oei':.ted Church of Eofgland- an iron buildtling, which had boon im ported from the )Old Country, with two othra of the ianuo kind, Forty yoteaa ago that lirut church conated to be unod for worahip, the proenont hand nowoe building taking it: place, Some of the rcaidenta who took an interest in erecting thia atone church trill nur vive, I?t i holped that a thort history of thia notable pariahl may 10oon be publihed. ;lMeanwhih, the parihion era intendol to colbhat.o the diamond jubileo neoxt year at the aoneon of Trinity (according, to the niame of thei parih, "1loly T'riiLy," The par• tictular tormi which the meomnorial Icutivitioa are to talkeo will be diaounsed at a uocial gathering in the achool nuext Monday oveiejg. To thiia mooting all pariahionera, friienla and well wiaeorn ar e c...

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A SPOTSWOOD BUILDING. CONDEMNED BY HEALTH OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

A SPOTSWOOD BUILI)ING. CONDEM'IW)D BY IIHEUs,\'I OffPIOLRE?, Mlr Bilihpi drew tho alt ou tion of the Council on Tuttdiiy to a building that hadl recently blc'n removed to Ilopo street, 3plolotwood, and wtantd to know if thi lannu had been submittcd to the Council, and if thi building regula tionu woro compllied with and would ba adhored to. Tho health otlhcor reported tlhat ho had tosxamnincd a building renovcd from North Melbourno for Mr Ward, The uillatoril were rotton and wornm alatn. Tho building contained three i'lroou in onO of whichl tlhr was no provaiol for vontilation, The bIildling wattn Opt auitabhl for a dwelling atnd was l?lt pubrlantiated. lie feconunnded that it bl condemned nil that a now do: ailg bo, atbimitted to tho urvceyoi, Or Treganowan moved that notico inl accordance with thoe Ienlth Ollicer's roeport be ervedtl on Ilhe owner. Car= ried,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

Winter-Weight Hosiery Cold 8nap Bargains. 100 dozen to Choose from. 0, T. KEI & CO. 11-17 FERCUSONt ST Drapers, Mer?oesf, &i, - ..288 N'ELSON 'PLACE, WILLIAMI"STOWN\, Seoll it for LESS booauso they sell for CASH, DRAPIHRY, We aro stocking Ladies' Undorolothing in good qualitioes at Low Prioce. Singlote, largo variety, in Cotton and also Wool. 1/- to 360, Coeraota, 1/11 to 3/11, Gloves, 6d. to 1/11. Umbrollas, l/11 to 7/0, Ladion'o5 ieory, ootton, 6d.; cashmero, 1/- to 2/0. Also good range of Fanoy Houiory for evening wear. 3ilk anklo, 1/11, Gauze Liulo, olox, 110, oto. Child ren's All.wool Sox, (d, (, 6d; Fauoy Top, 1/-, oto, Gaitors, all wool, 1/-. Caps, 6d6,, 1/., Gloves, ?d, VYelling, 7Id to 1/3. MEROERY, We are noted for our quality and valuo in Ties, 6.d, to 2/6 (seo window). Oollars, 0d, : Fashion Shirts, 2/11 to 5/11, Undorolothing, 1I- to 5/11, oSex, 4 to 2/6. Handkerohifds, 3d to 2/11, Mufflors (latest),l 1,:- to 8/0, Umbrellas, 3/11 to 8/6. Hats, 2/l to /6,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

Ita- - ?=, .............-~ rD1· I~li·^ - .. . . .. ..... . . --- a' 7 s? -"-'-'?--" -r:-:-n-27-- ::"",, 7 .2 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Steampaecket Hotel, COLE STREET, J. DAVIS, Proprietor, Late of Christchurch New Zealand, Bogs to announce that [he has taken over this oldjand well established commorcial house and wishes to inti mate he intouds runing it on first-clnas lines. Only Best Brands of \Viws and Spirits in Stock, . . - IFirat-clas Billiarrd Roonm containing Two Alcoch'' Brlat Tablhs. Carlton on Tap, DINNER from 12 till 2 p.m. Superior Accommodation. Good Stabling. 'Phone 93 Willianstown. Within 1 Minnuto Boat, Tmiu and Beach. SA U EL SPIRY'S SHOE STORESO R. J. WATER A~dAk P! prlietor, Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Near Yacht Olub Hotel,) -., , Iooos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/- in the { less than any shop in Melbourne, We stake our reputation with every pair, Think what a saving this means to you, Don't go Elsewhere, Come and Inspect ...

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

HIILLIARDISb. In IIh Il )wlin Oltbe I llia;r?d tourna onut -WillirutLown playod bloonoo Pondiu lat -WeodncJouay evenin? at MIoonco IPonih allid wro deof3oate)d by 59 pointi, thuo corCa bhinuig Moonce I'oudi, ucklroll 150, Colliw 150, I)olau 140 aud Cllott 118, totil b58, WilliaRnLtown Iloulton 150IO, :Atkicoun 10, tyan 116, Lund Ilohno US8total 409.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

Roalie Wymlarlk and Isnunott on Tuao day ordorod dobtj due to K, Ward Iadd and Co. to bo paid by W , , Brander, senior, £?5/l/8 ; W. J. Brander, junior, £3/156/- ad J. Corio, ,i2/1l/10, IEllen Abraham proved a claim of I1/ against George Walloy, Councillor .Wood mloved 'during the goncral businces at tho Council mleetiuf on Tuesday ovcning that the Ounoil requet thu Fiuance Oommlltitteo to ro port upon theo cot of orocting and cquip ri " power hlunmvo to timpply ourront for to oleotilo light syteom, Thoe motlon woas oppeoed by Councillor Tt'oganowan, who tolt ciutldct)l the City COuncill would i rzco luo upply carim't and thiat the piice would beo ls i than it would cost tihe ouncil to produce it. The tmotion waa lout, ; buit it likely to bo brought forwitrd again, The Council o.ti till aloven o'clook on Tuacday ovcinin,;. iThe li at of correfi pondencio vwa rathoer lonthy. After it had boon dilpoLed of, Councillor Dun oan'8 mnotion to includo theo atoutul of oaoh ratopaycr'u valuat...

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TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

TOWN COUNCIL. .----^- TUesDAY, JUNi 2nd. Putliinw'r : Orn Iofriot, (in the chair), lravoll, Wooda, Joaophlon, Neal, Duocanu, Chandlor and3l Troganowan. LrTTERS RECEIVED. Meanra T, Rlobinoon aMil C0,, Moran Cato and the Bank of Aua tralania nominated poraonn for muni eipal enrolmnoent. Mr J. Woodruff gave notice ol his intention to cominmence lia (iowerago con.tr.ct, Copioa of building by.lIw were aplpliied for by t Minimumiiiii Allot mint Commidnion and tlm i[ntlitute of Archlite.ctti. lAic?rrol to lIuilliig Comminittee, Theo Metropolitan Board of Workh reiquoated attention to the nowor ventw in Jamot atroet To bo at tendled to. Anllemi were applied for by NMeahnr J. Tamo, lchutt "ntrort, J. Forlhaw, Fr[yer itromt ; , ,J. J' Turner, Whi to (treotl; L, LApthorno, I).umglan parade; I. McDonald, Mainon altreot, neveral residentit, North roal ; C. \W Powell, Bn;lton ntroet ; W. l', l-iIgg, Oaborno itreeot; Mra BridgeO, Wilkina atreeot and renidon(nt of oblb aitreot. To be nttended to. T...

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V.R.C. ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

V.I,.C. ANTICIPAT'lNlO N lhlrdleo I1reo,--olloona~ino or MLIjaMtic Nht, Bir Prim, Hun!lllt Olub'n OIp.-AnacOrol I, SJharo brolior 2, itatiolap :1,. Rloyal Ilandicap,--coiitir or (toldh? WhIo, Wihiiporg, IIop(oloun ?lloop1loha1H-,-WVutport or Fo'tol ton, )oDuloo. :;anndrinlgham lnndioclp,.- Hylvaniioro o0 Litllo blIaii, Mourut, Princounl Haldloup.--OC'r owu Stuol or Mauctity,

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THE TOWN SURVEYOR. IN TWO COLLISIONS. A BROKEN COLLAR BONE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

Til TOWN SURYEYOIR, IN TWO COLLISIONS, A nBROKiorN COLLAR lONI. MTi. ', Tf. ifB'raer, the Town urveyoi'r, wan travelling on his motor eycle on theo outakirta of tlhe city on 8atuaday nighlt when a cab without lights got into ijo track an(1d, in order to avoid it, ho llwerved olff tihe road and collided with ai trogiuarl. When hoe got up, he foutid ho could no()t lift lhin arin and attended the M hlbourne loepital, whero it wao woi foand his collar bone had been brolken, lie engagedt( a taxi cab toI drive him horn to Illawthorn; lut the taxi hIad not gone far before it wal in trouble, Thei wheeln began to nkid and the car became unltanago?blo, It, too, col lided with a troee guard and Mr lF'raser woo ai?ia thrown out an1d narfroWly t?eapcd bring Itlung through a ,hop window, li iahouloder wao in bhand ago andl if hio had fallon on tihe in .iured sido he minight have aggravatedl tih effect of thu breakl, bult lheo man aged to fall on the other ideo and got homeo without further mislhp...

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MUNICIPAL FINANCES. RECEPTS FOR MAY £9000. THE OVERDRAFT WIPED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 6 June 1914

U~1UNICI-AL FI?A?CES. ItECIIpTS FOR MAY t000., 'TIII OV~lRDRAFT WIPIID OUT. Ar the Ihoginning of April the Coun cil't overdraft wac up to high water mark antd nearly all the ward worka chcduolod had boeen carried out. The quectionl of closing down on expeindi ture wac being aorioucly considered, )During May, the income reached .£S9:0, and tihe reault in that a big overdralt ij uacceeded by a aonll credit hitlance of £100, 'Tho incomo for the month of Juno it already ovoer' £2000; Ibuit after Wednesday next, it. will fall away again Thoao whoi paid dnring thei tirt. ten dant4a of May eueaped nix mionthla intrert, thoae who fail to pay during the flrst tenll daya of Juno will be deoprived ot the right to voto at muniiicipal electiomns., The incomeo for the remainder of tihe financial year, after June lt)h will be below the ex poindituro, unlces a reduction be made ill the tal0',

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