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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 December 1892

Ist Get All the News, Then Dommed Fuss About it," ras the motto of James Bennett, Sr. He made the srk Herald live up to the and in doing so his paper the first among modern 5. The motto contains ■nr. COPPER — ottom'PA nt£ ZVEkV i>/Mi GUARANTEED. W\ IN BASEBALL ■the Recent Meeting of the Kague Was Conducted. ItY LIMIT RULE PROBABLE the Clubs Object Strenuously to ■« In Worthless in Actual Practice. Will Come Down, However. Hr Clilt Chat. !i II gO • XUO UCIC" ire pledged to secrecy, and the presi vho is also secretary, is instructed to > the reporters at the end of the meet ist such things as may be decided nd beneficial to the national game, most important business transacted se meetings is thus often suppressed, nly leaks out and reaches the col of newspapers weeks and some months afterward. late annual meeting seems to have o exception to the general rule. The ites were in session two days and E one evening, and yet the amonnt of execution, as announced through ent Young, was...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 December 1892

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Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 December 1892

[inquent Tax List —OF THE— OF ABERDEEN, WASH. I City Attobney's Office,) City of Aberdeen, > Chehalis County, V ash.) tice is hereby given that the follow l the delinquent tax list for the city erdeen for the year 1892, containing cription of all property delinquent, ames of the owners thereof as Tar as li, with the amount of taxes and due opposite each description of real > liable therefor; and notice is jr given that unless said delin ; taxes together with the costs and ntage be sooner paid, the under i, W. B. McGerry, city attorney for lity of Aberdeen, said county and will at his office over the Aberdeen , corner of Heron and G streets, in ity, expose for sale and sell at pub iction in the manner provided by le following described real estate, lencing on the 10th day of Decem- L. D. 1892, at the hour of 10 o'clock, of said day, and to continue from > day thereaiter at the same place en the hoars of 10 o'clock a. m. and . of each and every day, Sundays ted, not exceeding...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 December 1892

4 Delinquent Tax Lint. HOQUIAM ADDITION. s* ? 11 = w Q t*' — * 2® TO WHOM i*~ ASSESSED . Pi Hi : : • 5? Heenntiu H C . 1 Three. $ 92 do 2 " 82 do 3 82 do 4 " 82 do 5 " 82 do 6 92 do 7 " 92 do 8 " 82 do 9 " 82 do 10 " 82 do 11 " 82 do 12 «• 92 do 1 Four. 92 do 2 82 do 3 " 82 do 4 82 do 5 82 do 6 " 92 do 7 92 Edo 8 82 do 9 82 do ...... 10 " 82 ■do 11 " 82 D do 12 " 92 do 1 Fire. 92 do 2 82 do 3 82 do 4 " 82 do 6 82 do 6 " 92 do 7 " 92 do 8 82 do 9 " 82 do 10 " 82 do 11 •* 82 do 12 " 92 do . 1 Six. 92 do 2 82 do 3 " 82 do 4 " 82 Dully H J 5 " 82 do 6 92 do 7 " 92 do 8 " 82 Heermans H C... 9 " 82 do 10 " 82 do 11 " 82 do 12 " 92 KeUer 3 W 1 Seven. 92 do 2 82 Heermans H C.. 3 92 do 4 82 do 5 82 do 6 82 Daffy U J 7 " 82 do 8 82 do 9 92 do 10 82 Heermans H C... 11 " 82 do 12 " 82 do 13 " 82 do 14 " 82 do 16 " 82 do 16 " 92 do 1 Eight. 92 do 2 " 82 do 3 " 82 do 4 82 do 5 82 do 6 82 do 7 " 82 do 8 " 92 do 9 " 92 do 10 " 82 do 11 " 82 do 12 " 82 do 13 " 82 do 14 " 82 do 15 " 82 do 16 " ' 92 d...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 December 1892

berdeen Herald. ■ay. - - December 15, 1U92 Uinqnent Tax List. IWERWAX & BENN'S ADDI CTION TO ABERDEEN. ■ M > I ? § 115 ■ESSED. |S- I : S-ll I : if? |wn 1 A $ 76 ftrwax J M 7 " 2 34 Erwax J M 8 " 2 34 Krn 10 " 2 34 ■ L 2 One 5 23 ft-1J 3 " 5 23 Uy P, south Et of 5 " 1 81 Hy P, south Et of 6 " 1 81 fchiwH... 8 " 8 11 ■Jno 9 Two 5 23 I Jacob etal ft 50 feet of 11 " 2 60 ■ Jacob etal ft 50 leet of 12 " 3 13 E, ii 60 ft of 1 Three 208 I' north 50 East 4Jft of 2 " 176 Bell Robtß 111 feet of 2 " 1 19 hell Robt B 3 " 9 06 |p, Mary J, ■ fronting on ft by 83 feet nng on alley 6 " 2 44 Iss C B, rear |of 7&8 " 470 torwx Jacob ki 92 feet of 7 7 69 Kerwx Jacob B, less 33x38 [ iiw corner Three 811 Kerwx Jacob 9 " 8 53 |FE...w>6 4 Four 2H6 lie Church. 10 " 3 66 | " w>£ 11 " 208 I Ed A. .e>s 11 " 2 08 r 12 •' 3 91 pO..s6j ft 7 Five 244 key RPn'tli lot of 7 " 197 fc O. .«65 ft 8 " 2 23 hey R Pn'th feet of 8 " 1 92 LO. .ft 65 ft 9 " 2 3 hey R P u'th ket of . . 9 " 192 aerwax F E jh...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 December 1892

6 Delinquent Tax List. HARBOR VIEW ADDITION. p ts > F % it* • o s® TO WHOM |£~ ASSESSED. M U| Finch, E C ..... 1 One. $ 66 do 2 66 do 3 66 do 4 66 do 5 66 do 6 66 do 7 66 do 8 " 66 do 9 66 do 10 66 do 11 66 do 12 66 do 1 Two. 66 do 2 " 66 do 3 66 do 4 66 do B 66 do 6 66 do 7 66 do 8 66 do 9 66 do 10 66 do 11 66 do 12 " 66 do 1 Three. 66 do 2 66 do 3 66 do 4 66 do 5 66 do 6 " 66 do 7 66 do 8 " 66 do 9 " 66 do 10 66 do 11 66 do 12 " 66 do 1 Four. 66 do 2 " 66 do 3 66 do 4 66 do 5 66 do 6 " 66 do 7 66 d 6 8 66 do 9 66 do 10 " 66 do 11 " 66 do 12 " 66 do 1 Fire. 66 do 2 66 do 3 66 do 4 " 66 do 5 " 69 do 6 " 66 do 7 66 do 8 " 66 do 9 66 do 10 66 do 11 66 do 12 66 do 13 " 66 do 14 66 do 16 " 66 do 16 " 66 do 17 66 do 18 " 6« do 1 Six. 66 do 2 66 do 3 66 do 4 " 66 do 6 " 66 do 6 " 66 do 7 " 66 do 8 " 66 do 9 66 do 10 " 66 do 11 " 68 do 12 " 66 do 13 " 66 do 14 " 66 do 16 " 66 do 16 " 66 do 1 Seven. 66 do 2 " 66 do 3 " 66 do 4 " 66 do 6 " 66 do 6 " 66 do 7 " 66 do 8 66 do 9 " 66 do 10 " ...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 December 1892

IEP MENTION. h bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery, your dolls of the Congregational society, December 21st. get a rebate of three per cent, if v your taxes this month. r January Ist the fee for registering will be eight instead of ten cents, i—ln this city, on Monday, De r 12, 1892, to the wife of 11. fl. I boy. sale at the Congregational church, isday evening, December 21st. Ad- Sargent has taken the second aver Dunbar's old store and will jarders. closed fishing season ends today, e fishermen are preparing to com operations. e who went to the pound party at . A. Joslyn's on Friday last en hem&elves immensely. Ned elephants and dogs at the Con ional church, Wednesday evening, ber 21st. Admission free. Ladies Afternoon Card club, that sing organized by Mrs. S. P. Sears, itn given up till after the holidays. iranteed to cure Bilious Attacks and Jpation, Small Bile Beans. •e will 15c an important meeting of amber of commerce this evening, ch alVuembers are requested to be t. for Welnh...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 15 December 1892

8 WITH PEN AND INK. bt L. H. w. In "Some Strange Corners of Our Country," Charles Luramis has opened up a rich vein of the true metal of know ledge. A large part of bis book is given up to enthusiastic descriptions of the natural wonders crowded into New Mexico and Arizona, the cliff-and cave dwellings of an era before our own, the stupendous natural bridge out of which, as he proudly explains, sixty bridges the eize of the natural bridge in Virginia might be carved, the Arabian night glories of the petrified forest of Arizonia where every chip hewn bv "Time's pat ient ax" is a gorgeous moss-agate or topaz or amethyst. A new interest is lent to much that is old by the fervid in terest of the man who tells whereof he knows and testifies whereof he under stands, and the narrative has that vivid ness vouchsafed to even a poor style by fullness of knowledge and fresh impress ions. But the chief value of the book is neither due to the archaeological research nor even to the new facts res...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 December 1892

COPPER ottomTA NT^ guaranteed. rjjk HAT shall I give my loved Iffl Jrwjf For a Chrißtmaa gift to- How can I tell the story— ' My pen refuses to write? [ would give her gems of light From tho caverns deep of night; Opals, rubies, emeralds green. Diamonds bright with fiery sheen{ All the spices, rich and strong. From the eastern lands of song; Perfumes heavy, musk and nard. Ambergris, opaque and bard; And the tissues soft and rare. That Circassian beauties wear. That with clinging, tender fold. All her charms should closely hold. I would give her castles fair Far in Spain's ambrosial air. Tall and stately, sheened with gold. Ivy grown and gray and old. ****** Since I cannot give her these— For I lack the needful pelf— I will give her, if she please. All I have—my life, my self. David A. Curtis. IjMh* $essiON3]upf>e\ B>r lwril OODBY, Henry," said the It warden > holding out his ' 'Good by," said the man ■ he grasped his late jailer's hand; Hoodby," a bit huskily. "I thank— Bn—...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 December 1892

Aberdeen lierald. Tbindiy. - • December ti. tasl'fci* iViKV AY ET T. E. WALL, ... editor K K. WALL { laofKETOW te»*« or mfctirnov: One year, in advance 12 06 Six monthi . 1 00 Tbree monthi 75 Adrertiriag rau«on application. f oared ml the poatonce at Aberdeen, Wuh.. a< aecoad claia mail matter. THE VERDICT. The action (or criminal libel, brought against the editor o( the Herald, upot: the complaint of Alanson D. Wood, for an article published in the Herald on Jane 2, 1892, criticising the actions of th«- board of directors of school district num ber five, in this county, was tried in th superior court last week, and a verdict ol not guilty relumed. The action was probably the first criminal libel suit ever brought in the county, and the prosecu tion certainly did everything in its powei to secure a conviction. The prosecuting attorney, J. C. Pearson, was assisted by M. J. Cochran aud D. Allen, who practi cally had cbaige of the case. If the alleged libelous matter wae libelous, t...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 December 1892

KIEF MENTION. UIVINO. 'nto 'lu erting, charity, Unto the Kufferiiiif. swift relief, Into (lie sad our vrift inny be A tender symp iihv with uri.-f — Our lime fur giving i« so brief. - Mas. McVkan*Adams. I band boys' ball tomorrow. n of fine applrs at Emery's, t steamer Scotia got in this morning, •h bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery, i Point Loin.i is exacted in tomor f.»r Welnhard'd Later Beer ami rill never regret It. eral ladies from Ocosta were visiting erdeen Wednesday. your walnuts and almonds froii lert Bros. lerrv Christmas and Happy New to all the Hkrald's readers, i. E. A. Barronne will receive 'lie nder of her holiday goods today, very best Bauer kraut aud pickled let at Shelley Bros. fishermen are shipping from one and to two thousand pounds of fish our eyes will stand it, look at the zzling gems in Schofield's window, rybody will aid in making the band ball a grand success tomorrow on hand at Evans & Sargent's at i. next Tuesday, if you want the box. luel Benn has dona...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 22 December 1892

WITH PEN AND INK. »T t. h. w. NAQAZOS SOT Eg. The Califcrnian celebra'ea its Brut birthday as well as Christmas in tbe December number, and tbe pretty cover ia worthy of tbe doable festival. A spray of the California pepper-tree is delicately traced in gold lines upon a background of deep creain-culor, which in coauection with tbe lettering in gold and chocolate brown has an extremely pretty effect. The first article, "California Wild Flowers," is illustrated with charming reproductions from (holographs of wild flowers in which 'he individuality of tbe flowers is admirably represented. "A Passionate Klgrimage," by Grace Ellery Cha..ning. is a sympathetic ac count of a journey to Shelley's erave and to the places associated with his last davs The Lippincott's have decided to hare their Christ man treat in the January number of tlieir magazine that it may be fresh during the holiday season. The December number has (or it* novelette a rather pokey old-fashioned story by Richard Malcolm...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 December 1892

1)1. VII. COPPER RTVETPD guaranteed. ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. WGS HAVE THEIR DAY. he Bench Show Is the Thing Just Now. ?E GOT THE IDEA FROM ENGLAND Dim (lllmer Speed Writes of the Origin «f the Craze in Great Iliitaln and Amer ica—The Westminster Kennel Club's Guud Work in This Country. it Cuvier said is the "completest, the lost singular and the most useful con nest ever made by man." At the pres nt time America's clog fanciers are pre arlng their favorite canities I'or exhibition t the various bench shows soon to be held II over the country. One of the most not ble shows will be the seventeenth annual xhibition of Clie Westminster Kennel club t New York Eel). 21 to 28. Dog shows of one kind and tinother have leeu held in England for quite a hundred ears, but up to 1859 they were but ad uncts of country fairs and incidents of the narket day. In 1859, however, in New lastle, was held a dog show of so much Importance that English authorities con sider it to have been the first re...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 December 1892

Aberdeen Heral'l. Thiryiay. - - L»r«mb*r 1H92 tmctu nut thce.»i»at r. is. wall. cktoi L. H WjUX. i . t z. wall, i tz»«» or rMtitrr.j OMrtu.iikituM B « Mi aadt . j M nm<t«ca.< 7$ A rc««t r.f*rv". u H« irMAmnt v. AMritn. Wul. ■ i momkl tia» uil mjLtu-r A DELIGHTFUL Yoo can't plead ignorance <A the wf r JKt the II tujtn> in going to for yoar muiikratun this sinter. Ererr tyylr know* all there ia to know on the mbjeet. It is ' What i* the Ixat way to ran a wontry newspaper?" The Hekjla want* an article on the tor/yxt Imm each 'A ita reagent of either sex under one year at age and over one hundred, boo't be backward* in contributing. say ail yon think. And, who knows, perhaps the result may be that millenial paragon, the perfect newspaper. All contributions ' matt be setxmpained by the author's real name; bat each contribution will be assigned a nnmber an>l printed otct that aamber, and the true name of the author will be kept locked np in the innermost recesses oi the edi...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 December 1892

CEF MENTION. i bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery, of fine apples at Emery's. rou going to the Hoqui im mas >? /a l service began in Cosmopolis >day. line of candies ai d cigars at Bros. egialature convenes in Olympia, r 9, 1893. Aberdeen social clnb was re-or this week. fir and spruce limbs taken on ition. * Lucile Cochran gave a pleasant 8y pull this week. for Colds, Fevers and General De- Small Bile licaus. 26c. per bottle. rest-bound passenger train has te every day for a week. ery and lamps. Make your se at Kroenert Bros. * lalock has resigned as executive u-ioner of the World's Fair com i of this state. tor Welnli»rd's Li(er Beer and 11 never regret it. ner Aberdeen was laid up for sev rs this week, the Herald taking !e as transfer boat. Christmas candies and nuts at irdeen Bakery. * . Taft has leased the Sher ihingle mill and will begin on 000 order on January 3rd. > are the times that try men's Keep them dry with a pair of Jeff i'b rubber foot wear. rnor-elect MeGraw wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 29 December 1892

SPEAKING OF CHRISTMAS. Being poor hag at all times its obvious draw-hacks and at Christmas time the evil seems at first blush. almost without compensation. How wistfully we look at pretty things we would enjoy giving and long for the luxury of being generous. We tell ourselves of the pleasure we might give, if only we had the money. Perhaps the keenest wish at Christmas is to give good gifts to little children, for tbey have still the naive sweetness to en joy receiving without any mean reserva tion—a fine magnanimity seldom retained by bearded men"; for it takes more gen erosity of spirit to accept than to confer favors. When we look into the matter of happiness over gifts it it surprising to find their deliaht centering about some trifle of little intrinsic value.; the gift has touched a cord in the strange little being that responds, the expensive toy is neglected for a five cent top or a squawker, that, to them, is dear at any price. What a lesson in unworldliness is a child's p...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 January 1893

The constant drop of water Wears away the hardest stone; The constant gnaw of Towser Masticates the toughest bone; [The constant cooing lover Carries off the blushing maid; And the constant advertiser Is the one who gets the trade. —Ex. Vol. VII. COPPER PTVTTcn GUARANTEED.' " ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. NEW YCRK'S NEW PLAYS A Week of Unusual Interest at the Theaters. I ADA REHAN'S LATEST SUCCESS. I Mrs. Ilernard-Beere's Painful Failure. Seahrooke'g Success In "Tlio Isle ol Champagne**—An Original Sardou Com ply at the Lyceum—Other Attractions. love. After all, it is to this note that Mr. Daly's audiences have ever best responded. They have turned from "A Test Case" to "The Hunchback" with eager expectation tend manifest relief, and in the main they bave not been disappointed. To say that Sheridan Knowles' gentle play is sumptuously framed in Mr. Daly's stage—to say that its personages wear de lightful costumes in accurate designs and harmonious colors, is simply to say that the bes...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 January 1893

Aberdeen Herald Thursday. - • Jaauarv 5. 1893 ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY IT T. K. WALL, - - Editor L. H. WALL. # r. R. wall, i Paorairroas teems or svsscEirno?: One year, in adrance y 00 Six month* j 00 Three sonthi . . 1% Adrertiiiag rttnoo application Entered at the pocttiffice at Aberdeen. Wa*h., »< second rlau nail matter. PERSONAL JOURNALISM. Many surmises have been indulged in aa the cause of the frequent joumies of Editor Wall to the Sound. To allay their sufferings we may state that on good authority we learn be is a prob able candidate for the post of land office receiver at Olvmpia for which position E. K. Hawkins is a strong puller. Whether Mr. Wall's party will indorse him as a good Democrat 'is doubtful.— Aberdeen Bulletin. It is very tiresome to have to contra dict such statements. They contain no single element of truth, except that the editor of the Hebald saw fit to make a purely personal business trip to the Sound. Since the Bulletin thinks such a trip deserving edit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 January 1893

■F mention. ne apples at Emery's. leat and clean at the Pacific. * lty commissioners met Mon ead daily at Aberdeen Bakery, pened Monday after the lioli lific Hotel is the successor to t. ere seventeen deaths in Aber ear. • walnuts and almonds from Iros. nold was up from Hoquiam i business. e of candies and cigars at earson is now a district deputy ter I. O. O. F. Welnhard's Later Beer ami ever regret it. ooner Melanchton is in and the Weatherwax wharf. oung was up to the county seat a a taxpaying expedition. ind cure Constipation and 8icl» Small Bile Beans. ton of salmon is shipped from over the Northern Pacific. Courtney was over last week iouver, B. C. visiting friends, milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if [ood milk and good measure. * iald and the New York Weekly b year, strictly in advance, for • Mrs. S. B. Linn returned Sat in their wedding journey to I has some excellent dried beef is prepared to clip as thin as * nderstood that most, if not all, mnty officers will go into office day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 5 January 1893

WITH PEN AND INK. »T L. H. W. LOVK IS ITALY. The? batted at the terrace wall: Below, the towered city lay: The valley in the moonlight s tbral! Was silent In a swoon of May. As hand to b and spoke one aoft word Beneath the friendly ilex-tree They knew not, of the flame that atiired. What p*rt was Lore, what Italy. They knew what make* the moon more bright Where Beatrice and Juliet are.— The sweeter perfume in the nlrht. Ttie lovlier starlight in the star; And more that glowing hoar did prove. Beneath the sheltering ilex-tree,— That Italy transfigures Love. As Love transfigures Italy. —R. C. J. From the De Vinne press, by way of the Century Co., comes a beautiful piece of book-making in the form of a slender volume of verse by Robert Underwood Johnson, a member of the Century's edi torial staff. The opening poem, which gives its name to the collection, '•The Winter Hour," is here printed for the first time, the other and less ambitious poems having appeared in the magazine* during th...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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