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THE FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

T>!E FIXTURES. Saturday, February 24-Shamrocks v. Hazeldean. Umpires* : Messrs. Creagne ¡md Dangerfield. Sunday. February 25-Edwards Martin v. Blues. Umpires : Messrs. Potter and Heath. .

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONGREACH ASSOCIATION. WEEKLY EXECUTIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

LONGREACH ASSOCIATION. WEEKLY EXECUTIVE MEETING. There wns a good attendance of dele- gates at the -weekly meeting of the execu- tive of the Longreach Cricket Association, held in Cory and Co's office, on Monday night last. Mr. S. S. Clarke occupied tht; Chair. . The secretary reported having received a letter of thanks from Mr. J. Thompson (postmaster) thanking the association for having appointed him io the position of vice-president and enclosing 'a donation of £1/1/- towards the- association's funds. Letters re Hartigan tour "were repÄted to have been despatched to the various associations concerned, but at time of meeting no replies were to hand. Accounts amounting to 27/- were passed for payment. Gate receipts for the wock ' end were £6/14/6, whilst the*total revenue for the week was £17/12/6. It was reported that the subscribing of "the Longreach portion of the Hartigan tour was proceeding, and at date of meeting sums totalling £78 had been guaranteed. It was decided that the...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

CHICK RT NOTES. Tho drafting: committee mel on Monday night and allotted H. Fysh and A. Hall to Edwards Martin, and G.. Samway.-* to Sham- rocks. Next Monday night will be thc last draft for tito season. In the Ryan Shield competition Blackall and Aramac are sot down to play at Ara- mac on Sunday next. Playing for Smith Australia Clem Hill, who has been absent from first-class cricket for roveral years, made a great "come-back" ng.iiust Victoria. By a mag- nificent display oí cricket, equal to his old standard. h:> put up Co and 30 .runs, thus making his total ruiis in Sheffield matches against Viciaría 2031 runs. Tho .?otator.-i gave elfin something o|.n:i ovation.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ambulance Brigade. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Ambulance Brigade. - . \j . -: 'MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Longreacl Ambulance Brigade committee was heh at the Brigade office on Wednesday nigh last, when Mr. G. Meacham presided, ant there were also present : Dr. F. Hop< Michcd, Messrs. J. Martin and J. H. Bolde man, and the superintendent (Mr. A, C Sollway ). Correspondence included a letter fron headquarters stating that it had been founc unsuitable to commence the Superintend- ents".^ Conference before May 14th.-Re ceived. Ferguson Bros and the Bank of N.S.W, (Longreach) wrote enclosing donations oi £3"and £2/2/- respectively. A letter was read from the .Home Sec- retary's Department notifying that en- dowment could not be granted on the do- nation of £20 made bjp the Howard and Longreach Motor Cbmpanies.-Received. A sum of £2/10/- was forwarded as a donation from the employees at the Darr River Downs shearing shed. The financial statement submitted showi ed that the revenue for January '' had amount...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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CRICKET. HAZELDEAN v. BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

CRICKET. HAZELDEAN V. BLUES. . Tho aboye clubs met QH the Show O rounds ?wicket on -Saturday afternoon last, tho match resulting in a drawn gamo, owing to tho fact that rain prevented a continua- tion of play, In their first innings Hazel /denn compiled 72 runs, towards which W. Boyd 'contributed 27.' Wnen stumps were drawn, owing to thc rain. Blues had lost . one wiclcet for 24, H. Al carps having IS not out to his credit. M'Master, for Blues, was very successful, securing a bag af four ?'Wickets at a total cost of 17 runs. De- tails are ns follow : HAZELDEAN W. Boyd, b M Waster'"". 27 W. Ryan, b Miller . « l-l. Gallwey, c Smith, b M'Master - 2 . Ii. Connor, c Bennett, b M'Master .... 1 V. Heard, c Cory."... 12 " P. Ryan, b M'Master . « J, Aitcheson, b Cory . 12 T. Gebbie, c Bennett, b Smith. 4 W. Ferris, c Clarke, b Smith. 2 'll. Roseinan, not out. 0 Sundries . (> Total . - 72 Wickets fell at 7. ll, 16, 43, 43, 5G, 70, 72. 72. 72. , Bowling.-T). Miller one- for 22, W. M'Master ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

I'^j^£ïKN.ÔWN-; FÜBRÍBR 4uâ1^NI!ÏBR| g^'^Ä-'AliSO WHIP XEA'TBLEÎ^ S i Gustohicrs ¿kills aiarkéâL^^lä^Kopt .'^e%^ irate. ^ , - .. ; ;'.y . :Y{:\ ^ _^3¿'§¿£ ^^'î'^ÉP^L '-" Coüntr.y^.:Cüstpmei*s 5 ; y : >-./? i^Ätteü^tibn.':^!--;;-^^ U>I>IOSS. PLAINLY ,, ''-^-"?'** JACKSON'S FUR S#OE¡Í¿ ....,-^¿r "3^8^ ^^JSjíliDERS nnd CONTRACTORS. ^ :S^^:í|í^^!|;V^"PERFECT . FITTING. ' ' - \ |£j(ip§^^ last four years^^j «2» . ? ti; "i ......... s, . _ çtrical Installations ¿I^J^ikilIed Electrical Mechanic is at " l' ;'?y9ur service to give you practical --piy'i^àyice on everything Electrical. , ?^)i^i^i/^Pjihe.¡ob it will ^^? b^/^thbrough. : Job * ry:&2£jiïpmplèie& by. Experts :¿^^^h?ípMtth your satisfac» ?.'? ¿ ^tóW' in níind all through J^'f't^iVf-' *ne proceedings. . ,~ ^Mainteiianceyojí--'7^iñCi?Eiéctrical.. Equipments is a í>$p.ttiál¡ty. bf .ours.: We have a reputation'for. ^Jrwtest wprkmarishrp to maintain, so don't be afraid to. give us. your Electrical Repair Jobs o...

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EDWARDS MARTIN v. SHAMROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Kl)\V.MÎl>S MAimX v. SHAMROCKS. On Sunday last tho above teams played oft' their IK"! m e on the Show Grounds wick- et, the result being a win for Edwards Martin by 2.'! runs on the first innings. Dalling ' rir.-:t Shamrocks were disposed of for the morl est .'core of 31 runs (Laurence und Barrett with !) each "being the most Kueeessful hutrnien). Chambers (three for 15) mid Savage (four for 1.2)* being the chief destroying agents. Edwards Martin responded with total-of 53 (H. Chamber« 131. Durkin recuring seven of the wickets for 20 rmi':. In their second effort Sham- rocks mud" a better stand, compiling Tfl run-: for tho 1O«M of eight wickets (Durkin, jir-t ont 2 !) Details are as follow : - SM AM KOOKS.-First Innings. Ola sen, 1) .Savage . 3 ^Gorman. <_. Chambers, b 'Savage. 1 . ^-w^ranee, li.o.w. h Savage. 0 Ti' l li è?*-b .--S/i va g J . 0 Boyle, c Ravage, h Chumbera . 0 TJurkiii, c Sa va g-?', b Chambers ...... fi davin, not Out.2 3'urett. b O. C.vvin .0 Woodman....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Reduce«f"noi«e °bsf *80% ^^^^^ttÏÏ^^B^. g»" bearing typebars, &amp;lt;IE*^££¡=3KB Ballbearing shirt key, etc. ^MMJIIBHH"""" MI S-y Second-handMachlnea I of nil Make« (rom £©/. Moñlbty list piit fra« AUSTRALIAN TYPEWBITBB SUPPLIfS Cf. r W QuMHSmw. BmmM . # ? ??? . . For the first time in its history tho House of Commons ut the present session discussed total prohibition as the result of prohibitionists Scrynigeour securing a fay- . o «arable place in the ballot for private .""milers' bills. Muscular 'Labour "merni - . hers prevented a display of fisticuffs in the_ ^ House. A Communist, Newbold, cr.iticfisítrg the'Labour Party, referred to Mr. Ma-tlaey, Labour member for the Clyde, as the op- portunist member for Covan. Mr. Macleay, .? ' who was seated In front, jumped up, turned and lunged', out. At first the/Labour members relzed and held Macleay down. Ile cor.dhally im'lted riNewbold to Vstep out- side^ but .. Newbold " subsequently apolo &amp;lt;'gisedj; " - ; . '. ; ' :?<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

TATTERSALL'S HOTEL, jj BLACKALL, Phones 169, 77,. and 21, Wishes- to Tv-nlTy t"»o Nörting 'PiU:lkvî>f Longreach" that hu lats openofl. n SPECIAL BOOK «:» tho FÜY CUP.1 All Wire.&amp;lt; .uv) il. Let tem Attcnd?cl to . Np Reply---"No Business W. H. HUGHES, TAXK SINKER. Estimates Given for nil Classes of Work Address Inquires. CRANE-STREET, LONGREACH. : Thc Southport Schoo! .1 f ' ? dk. COUTKPORT « » fíjjgl OUXEKSLAK» \ fChurch of EajUVl ; J .GllESIri Sell**' , ioi ». * B»»r VltttMll » Cn-wn D#&amp;lt;-MI5.I>Í£** . mt ltiiUritagri «nd Oronn&amp;l ar« wifresta* .&amp;lt;* * j th*bantu of thobcänfeUiÜ -VsT* : . Th« Hohool hsji m aylas&amp;il >pur&amp;» . . Ground, a £ Tho bulldtafffl aro emms** mt lb» o . V Houâe 8yat*ai." . 1 ? Valvemi.f, Commeicte), C3**1¿«J f " Rmi Preparatory Forras. ... % ' Spocial Form fur boys C»t*3 *'.».. ? 't>e land." ' | . 3 A ueparatc Junior Hoof« ffl* Man I . oetwaen the agc* of H «ad 13. I ' g ItSnakrated rvMpcetM -m. flg...

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MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C.Q.R.A.) IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS, LONGREACH. Commission's Exccuted on all Events— Local and Southern. Golden Casket—Hobart every Mail. For All LATE SPORTING INFORMATION Phone Mahoney & Pattison 78 (Shop). Alan Mahoney 277 (Residente). Jack Pattison 203 (Residence). P, O. BOX 9, LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

MAHONEY &amp; PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, ^TOBACCONISTS, .ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C.Q.R.A.) IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS, LONGREACH. Commission's Exccuted_on all Events Local and Southern. ' Golden Casket-rHobart every Mail. ) For All LATE SPORTING INFORMATION Phone ~ ^Mahoney &amp; Pattison 78 (Shop). Alan ) Mahoney 277 (Residente). Jack Pattison 203 (Residence). P, O. BOX 9, LONGREACH. SHAMROCKS.-Second Innig.«. Glasson, b Savage . 6 Laurance, c Bunn, b Chambers. 12 Gorman, b Chambers. 15 Durkin, not out . 24 Woodman, c and b Gavin . 1 Byrne, c Gavin, b Chambers . 1 Boyle, b Savage. 2 Barrett, run out . 0 Finley, run out .,. S Gavin, not out. ü Sundries . 7 Eight for.... 7 G Wickets fell at 14, 20, 49, 56, 59, 61, C4. 75. Bowling.-Chambers three f©r 27, Sav- age two for .21, O. Gavin one for 12, Menzies jione for 5, Hordern none for 4, .Woods none for. 0..

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LONGREACH HOSPITAL. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st JANUARY, 1923. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

LONGREACH HOSPITAL. ... -;- : o : -:- ? . . .' "' STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st JANUARY, 1923. RECEIPTS. . To Balance 1st February, 1922. £ s d. Com.'Sav. Bank 2223 10 3 Bank N. S. Wales , 920 19 6 3144 Subscription and Donations 3S4**3 -5 Proceeds Entertain- ments 635 13 0 Patients' Payments 504 18 .6 Shire Council's Treat- . ment N.I. Diseases 105 10 2 Anaesthetic Fees 63 0 0 Govt. Subsidy 2118 19 ß Golden Casket Art Unions 750 0 0 Refund Burial Exs. 13 1 0 Health Dept. V. D . 398 3 '8 Refund Works Dept. 8 16 7 Sundry Receipts 17 il 6 Interest 93 ll 6 5093 S237 18 EXPENDITURE. ; £ .sd. Provisions Meat 208 10 O' Fish and Poultry . 14 - 6 Butter 137 0 9 Milk . 8 ÎÏ.. Bread ' 127 17 6 Groceries 4 94 17 8 Vegetables 187 ll 9 1247 ll 1 Surgery &amp; Dispensary Drugs, Chemicals, etc-235 9 ll Dressings and Band- ages, etc Ï32 ll 10' Instruments and Ap- pliances 92 17. 4 Ice" 30 1(L 7 Spirits ZùlF^'G 494 2 2 , "Domestic Renewal of Furniture^28 5 -3 Bédd...

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SURGEON'S REPORT. TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE LONGREACH HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

SURGEON'S REPORT. --=r- : o : TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE LONGREACH HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. L ' Dear. Sir,-: . I have the honour to. lay before you the Annual Report for the year eliding 31st December, 1922. Patients remaining in Hospital on 1st January, 1922 ... 26 Patients admitted during the year .. .. .. -*S0 Total number of in-patients ' . . . . . . 5°6 Deaths .... . . . . . . 29 Patients remaining in Hospital on 31st December,-1922 .. 25 Daily average of in-patients .. .. .. .29 Average number of days in Hospital for each patient . . 20 Out-patients treated during the year .. .. .. 1404 Out-patients attendances ' ... . . . ? 34Q9 The causes of death were :-Typhoid Fever J, Influenza 2, Erysipelas 1, Tuberculosis of the Lungs 1, Cancer 1, Heart Disease 5, Pneumonia 4, ?Gastro-enteritis 2, Intestinal obstruction 1, Bright's Disease 1, Tumour of -Ovary 1, Puerperal Septicaemia 1, Premature Birth 1, Senility C, Burns of Body 1. ' . The patients admitted to the Hospital were suffering from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

REBUILT Th^-m^rMje pria ^^^^^^^^^^^^^J ?ypeWrilfr*\Sui>iiHeii Co.. .KW Queen St.. Hrisb. -W. WIEN, r (FRUITERER, CO.\r7SCÍIONER, TO- BACCONIST, SOFT DRINKS, Etc.) t ? Desires to notify the Public that he has REMOVED , ; to n.ew premises, and is now conducting business in the old "NEWS'* OFFICE," EAGLE-STREET, LONGREACH. Thanking all old Patrons who have"*' so splendidly supported- him since the* recent fire, and soliciting a Continuance of such ^Patronage. HIS ADVICE IS ? * "Don't Forget My Celebrated Lemon Squashes." REDUCED IN In making the above announcement we regret that it is not possible to furnish our clientele with printed lists, but these will be in the motorists hands by the 2nd February. So that the benefit may be reaped at once, the-prices given below become operative on and from Monday, 22nd January. This means greater value, for will still maintain their high standard of quality, thereby ensuring cheaper motoring to users of these dependable, long servjce tyres. , ...

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OBE[?]ING ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

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QUEENSLAND CURRENT WOOL SEASON. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

QUEENSLAND CURRENT WOOL SEASON. . (Contri buted). ? The prevailing value of wool leacts most ' of pur community to think that the sheep- man's lot is a particularly favourable, one at thé present moment, and it may be; as well to let the public realise some actual facts in connection with the present posi- tion. On 1st. January, 1922, thc State had a total of 18,402,000 sheep. The average lambings are approximately in the vicinity of 4,000,000, but for a year like 1922, we cannot count upon a total of more than ^ - 2,000,000 lambs, because in many parts of' our sheep areas very poor rainfalls wer'e recorded, and consequently not more, than half the normal lambing would be marked; This makes a total of 20,402,000 from which - must be deducted a normal death-rate of, " approximately, 8 per cent, equalling í,'472,-,. 000, the killings and border sales etc. total-- . ' ling say 1,000,000, and the drought losses; , amounting to roughly 10 per cent, equal-.'-"V ling 1,840,000, making a to...

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WOOL. AMERICAN WOOL CONSUMPTION MARKET PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

--: n '_ AMERICAN WOOL CON- SUMPTION MARKET PROSPECTS. Alessrs. Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., Bris- bane, report as follows : Demand continues keen at the -Sydney wool sales. Late figures have been firmly maintained. Very faulty " merinos and medium to coarse crossbreds, particularly if burry, are the only parcels which are not commanding brisk attention. They are feeling the. easing in Continental bid- dings. Outside the Continent, however, all re- ports indicate busy times at the mills. In the United States during November wool- len manufacturers consumed 63,313,1701bs. of wool, an increase of I0,000,0001bs. com- pared with the same month of 1921. These figures account for the recent revival in American competition at Australian sales. October consumption was heavy but No- vember exceeds it by 4,000,0001bs. America appears to be in the midst of a general business awakening. In some circles in the States the opinion is held that fine wools are too high in price, but generally lt is con...

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Worth Repeating. HUMOUR—ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

k/^orih Repeating. ^^MOTDK--AIitEGEÍ) and OTHERWISE. , * penco*' _ ' ^ ^ ^^W^V i r injS" school ^ iVgracefd^ ;^%Çari^^ ' - -"Please; 'slr*,' \fatherf>vanfe to ^knöw^if \ i r.'isvtrüé vthát .thereVjutlisú^ *;'*eb¿tod;%^ v ^^ell^^ïa^ëî ^^';'3$ä^&amp;^:b^ £*l0#$^ T^aHhe::p'iccóló^::.M .^rvliii^ /:play> something : C:A;¿b^rrl^ Î o.c^pié:Vibir?íship^ í';A«:;sqpn:;aX^^ fy.btealc; ;if v/gerit^y^tb "ñiy"?^ifo^^v^^f .-. ;r:r';dress|a;|%y^ ;.tfblüy,^ /\\Vfty^doh^.ybù . jñar^,;her',;.?'' r :. -'«ça'n'i % aí-'*v . tp^ieUi^ :, ,;t eil^áíf e:"ii -l§tpry^a$^? &amp;; lït£ib^b^;\y Wó:M¡¿Í(J -. a ; gpo.d ¿ ún pig . .-\Yli o; 'kïc$&amp;\ ^íixí¿ s|xp^b'Qe;^^§?í * -, * .A . * S * ' ' v " ?,. -. * ' ' ^. . -, .... . - :>.;'.. :. vv"-;i&amp;lt;... *?: .».:>'r^.s?,V:^ ^esf^;: p^rbtod;.;h^#^^ J^teryltfí^^^ * - fl'ejüiy;Íoh{t}-' * ske^hov^' r¿'b- sñVafl^íBanií^ /'-a^ltofô-W^^

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State School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

"-^Tn/>^ wîfh^the- procedure ''"''for ;..:/' /rëlçotiion ^bf State ^School : committees';. /it/&amp;lt;"/il ;;^puid -be well for parents'" to nol&amp;ii^'?^^ ;^irreëtlngs held for this-purpose/ in cohrieci :, tipn' Twith the Longreach School must bev;1 'attended by at lèast 2 0 parents, otherwise/*/, j ¿;thé election cannot . take place. In the /'Sa - latter event it has been provided that:the meeting., shall, be adjourned for a period//:^! .not later/than one month, and should 2&amp;lt;j Ví/j _.,pax:entsniot .then be present the matter; is/ïjj /ito; b(e Reported by the headteacher to ..the^.f¿j r/^nistfer'.';f jar^ií ur£her.''instructions. » "'S

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Here and There. Rather Larger Sheep.—Merino Origin Discussed. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Here and There. . _ - ... » . _. . Bather iMVger Sheep.-Merino Origin Dis- , ' , fs , . cussed. \ r _ * j- - ' . j. rTill/the. middle riges, the Spairiislí ..sheep/' c /"twfóihe^ reddish ;hr;pwTi /wooi:^ Miv^aviälHannay^ an. ;aütho'rity'-,örir Span- c iíih ~ráí¿t^r^ V^The/ origin vâh^tho ^.çam6 : bf vthe'. ' /Äeriho/. /:häve'^ ;:/^but /with ^ V /Popular.; /its>»^nÄ " ./ Mástic/wá^ . ''marina,'" ..'óX-or/ ;the/sea^Sas// suming that the; ancestors, bf. thé^floclië-' -were brought - to Spain from EnglaTid/>at";'.; "the time ; pf ^marriages between ^thê .i'-.twö ;!; . royal houses."/^ the '-sheep were : .''merinos" because they" \ v were -un^ judges, -who also were . so " called by ; con- ' - . ^traetion: /from ;/ ''majorinus.''., ?Dr. Julius/ ?c: j JEÇiein, yof ; Harvard j jshow^'iri1 his two i books .y; r^'pii ;"The:rMesta,'' . aVvPld- Spanisti Qrganisa-\&amp;lt;i //^iop^pntroiling^ I '^theré/is ^neither v.; to -support ^tííese guesses ';;>but 'he,íf avours 4 I /'an . exp...

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