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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

[?] ^Another Reduction in When the Factory reduced pHces fa August last this 439B&S9 reduction was immediately passed on to the Buyer— —now a * -*fSE»k. (SSdEtfc comes another reduction, due principally to improvement in tftjfi /@P*'wfek £2p£^0 American Exchange. Following on our fixed policy erf ffl§ «3 1« e giving the Buyer at all times the maximum value for money SP* 11 me and Pass'nS on all savings in landed costs, the values given m «k^ Eg £ are unprecedented and put the Sturfebaker still further ^JjUfc ^5§&&r ^aL. ahead of all competitors. New Prices Effective Feb. 1st, 1923 ~~TL j*b*l The Famous Light Six Er^S wtt^^Ek * Passen8er . 5-Passetijer I %lflA -^455 *^465 ^ Wonderful Special Six ___ ' —r-rr^ jm, J-Passeneer 5. Passenger T-Passenger Ilk JRt jtag^JL £555 £565 £580 ts^lf HH ill Hi Thp ^liinrpmp Rio* ^%iv BB v B»\ik M 1 » JS m **C kjuLIX C11XC J-91g wlA COM -Si» ^t«S^ ^*r -mtsmr w _/'**7O C Wire and Disc Wheels ^ I ^3 £25 extra per Set of 5. ^jgff...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

'The ticks are getting busy' 'The ticks are getting v busy; send up four more tins of Thomas, ' quick!' That's the way a North Coast mah wrote to us lately — and I can readily understand his feelings. When this hot, muggy weather is on, ticks flourish like flies on a dung, heap, and a man needs to get busy with his dipping. The wise man gets busy with Thomas' because he has faith in it.' THOMAS' Carboiised CATTLE DIP Obtainable from your storekeeper Distributing Agents: CREEK STREET, BRISBANE. ! ? SEE BETTER. ? — cr \ jiP*-*' — THE OPTICIANS TO THE BRISBANE GENERAL HOSPITAL offer some Information. Spectacle wearers wearing flat form lenses do not know the advantages of Uio new TORIC (or eye curve tenses). The TOniC corresponds with the curvature of the eye, and allows free movement of the lashes. The more important benefit is — the construction of the Torlo enables It to 1m worn with its edges closed to tin: orbit The field of visfon is there fore increased, as it is impossible for ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Dehydration Factory. MR. MORTON INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Dehydration Factory. MR. MORTON 1NTERV1KWKD. In an optimistic inomi Mi*. Morton wan Interviewed at tho 'Chronluli)' nnioii to--lay: 'Whon I looked at tho clir-ery f»c4»orth-( »harohol«lcr» of Iho Mori-ton Mill Company nftnr lh»lr iiiii'-ting on WedntiHiIiiy, mnl fflnnoml at thi;lr oxleiislvr- liiilMlrms, niul heuM of lh«lr clKn-rinB »llvlilcnd I w«b romlnil ed of Btorle^ I havo hoard of tho onrly atrMifgUm nf this oompnuy to got on iU f«c.t as iv pitying eonoem. ' »alo Mr. Morton. 'Within night of thin pro.4 peroiiH Industry,' ho s-ild 'lit a n»:it fnotory hulldlng in which highly du veloped patnnt mnuliinnry In now1 iinliiK ln»till«.-fj which if efficiently mananeil may easily In the fHtiiro grov/ lo thu dlm«n.-donH of the prctwnt sngnr mill, If that cormm lo puits' conllniicl Mr. Morton, 'find It is not only pOHidtde, . hut probable, thn whole of thin ^dU- ' trlct from the Hna tthtirn to Uio ItlucK- ; all RilnKR and for many inilftH up nnd : down the North Coast lino will ba ; mad...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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"UNDER TWO FLAGS." [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

'U-JDER TWO FLAGS.' The tearing, clawing, battling Prls cilla Dean, the Priscilla that you loved in 'The Wildcat of Paris' and 'The Virsin of Stamhoul' is coming to the Town Hall Pictures on Wednesday next In Ihe greatest triumph of her career — a picturized versions of Ouida's 'Un- der Two Flags.' As Ciirnrtii f»- fTnnr»htoi. t\t the* fncr iment. she gives a characterization to the screen that is truly described as 'a masterpiece.' The passion, selfish ness, jealousy, love, and haired that marked the life of Ouida's famous character of the desert is portrayed by the inimitable Priscilla in a series of realistic scenes that makes one for Set he is witching a picture. You love and hate with her, and at the end you leave marvelling at the ability or this favourite of the screen. She wins you through real merit. No one ever doubled for Priscilla IVan. no one could. In all her bis scenes she is so close to the camera that every expression of her face is plainly discernible. An excellent...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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COMING MOVIES. "THE ETERNAL FLAME." [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

COMING MOVIES. 'THE ETERNAL FLAME.' One of the tremendously dramatic scenes in Norma Talmadge's fascinat ing picture 'The Eternal Flame' which is the First National attraction at the Town Hall Pictures to-morrow night, is that which depicts General de Mont riveau preparing to brand the great court beauty whom he believes has ridi culed his love. The Duchess of Langeais uff.r-s her ueausy giaaiy in an ananaonracui oi love, when he pronounces his judg ment of terrible revenge, and \va!ts un flinchingly for him to brand her rore head with the mark of infimy. The scene takes place in a room of forbidding austerity. Thrown a tloor way the flare of fire and the move ments of the men who ar? preparing the irons can be seen. De Montriv eau enters and denounces tho Duchess. A masked man hands him thj brand ing- iron. The Duchess bares her fore head to receive thn terrible stigma. Th'.'n the General finds he cannot mar her glorious beauty. Enough said; it is a Norma Tal madge.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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NAMBOUR RURAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

NAMBOUR RURAL SCHOOL. DONATION OF MEDALS: At the Show meeting on Wednesday evenins last, these comvetitions were dis cussed, and it was decided that they were of lively interest to the show. The president (Mr. W. Whalley), donated two gold medals, and Mr. G. F. Scott and Mr. A. A. McFadden ! one each. The best thanks of the, Rural School are due to these gentle men for their generosity and interest. EXHIBIT OF PIG FODDERS: Mr. G. Lowe', a past student, suggests that the past students should make a non-competitive exhibit of Pig Fodders produced in the district. The suggestion will be acted upon. Mr. Wilkinson has kindly donated a prize for same.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

* 'if Nambour si. Patrick's Day Cele^ratiorii ? MONSTER ? I I ; SHOW GROUNDS. »NAMBOURJ ' | j SATURDAY, 17th MARCH,! ; 11923. ! ? 1— M .| St. PATRICK'S HANDICAP, 100 yards. *ir»t £7, second. £2, third £1. Norn ; 2.'-, accept. 4/- J | : j S!3O YARDS HANDICAP. First £3, 2nd E$, third 10'-. . 'Mom. 1 -, accept. I 2/-. S . ! . OPEN HANDICAP WOODCHOP, 14 Inch fjrpenUno block.' First £10, 2nd £2, third 10/-. Norn. 5 -, accef :. 5 -. ! ; TUG OF WAR, 8 man a vide, sitting downf pull. IS m'tijiVu limit. First £3, 2nd £2. Four toams to compeU or no event. I rtont. 2.6 per man. . OPEN HACK RACE of £5. Second horse It from prize] P furlongs. Norn, j 5'- . .! i ; i SECOND CLASS HACK RACE of £3/10 -, |econd horse 10 -? from prize, 4 ' furlongs. Nom. JS/8. ? | ? DISTANCE HANDICAP TROT of £3, Twlcj round th» qoiirso, starting from 5 furlong post. First £2/10 -, *$cond 10-. \fhm. 3 -. ; THIRD CLASS HACK RACE, 4 furlong 3. ?,'rst prlza bridle- and 10/-, second 10/-. Nom. 2/8. ? i : . , AND NUMEROUS O...

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MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

MARKET REPORT. -Messrs Barne* and Company Ltd., report as follows on their sale3 for week ending Tuesday, 27th February PRODUCE: Maize arrivals arc heavier and the market is weaker: potatoes moderate supplies, demand generally poor; sweet potatoes scarce. seimijr nign rates; pumpmns snort sup plies, big demand; lucerne chaff mod erate supplies, selling freely; oaten chaff fair supplies good demand: whenten hay chaff not much forward, selling well: lucerne hay generally scarce, good demalnd; mixed chart plentiful selling readily. POULTRY: Fowls supplies heavy, poor demand; ducks muscovy plentiful market dull; English ducks fair sup plies, poor demand; geese few coming forward, dull of sale; turkey gobblers scarce, and selling well; turkey hens, good demand; pigeons Tsir supplies, market dull. Egirs: Guaranteed spec ial arriving freely' selling well: farm ers' special plentiful, fair demand; or dinary large iots forward, market dull. FRUIT & VEGETABLES: Apples ar riving freely...

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I.M.S. TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

IJW.8. TE8T. The secretary of the Illawarra Milk ing Shorthorn Society of Australia ad vises that tho cow Kitty of Balmoral ( 1X36 vol. 1 M5.H.B. of Q.) ha3 com pleted the 273 days test. She yielded 9266J lb. milk and 435.93 Ib com mercial butter in the period and has qualified for the Advanced Register. \itty of Balmoral was tested rturinrr the drought period, and was 6 years of age when the test commenced. She is the property of Mr. Joa. Comben. Kaimkillenbun, Q, who is to be con gratulated on the result. Another cow that has qualified for the Illawarra Milking Shorthorn Herd Book, Advanced Register Long Test (273 days), is Hazel of Moraen, the property of Mr. R. Mears. Toogoolawah Hazel of Morden yielded 13,515 and period. She was 5 years of age at tho beginning of her test, and is by Royal Standard ex Daisy of Gunyah by Per fection.

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"A WONDERFUL WIFE" [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

'A WONDERFPI, WIFE ' A certain little wife thought she would iad her husband to win promo tion in the British Army. So she vamp ed 'the man higher up.' and he 'fell.' But in the climax of the Universal photoplay. 'A Wonderful Wife,' which brings Miss clu Pont in a stellar -role at Town Hall Pictures next Saturday. ing In the usual male gulibility that she, as a womiin, had counted on. The husband wasn't promoted; h« was sent into Hie African jungles to die!

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AN EXPERIMENT IN FRUIT STORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

AN EXPERIMENT IN FRUIT STORAGE. Writing from Glen Iris. Melbourne, tinder date February 20. Mr. C. 5. Trudrian. Ialc sccrefciry of tae Gyni f-ic cranch of the Relumed Soldier?' League, fays: 'I arrived here O.K., and have settled down. There are CO odd students here, including 4G residents. Every Stale, including Xew Zealand, and Tasmania, is represented. 1 did not ?icht a blade o fsrass from Bris bane down. New Sooth Wales is par ticularly dry. i ma ui'jrmuu: i c-iuiru ua 3ir. uouey Pang (fruit merchant) and spent a most interesting couple of hours -with him. and I thdusht that I might be giv ing you an item of interest If I tell you briefly about the new idea for pre serving fruit in its natural state, by using- airless chambers instead or froz en chamber?. A pamphlet has been issued on the subject, but I nave per sonally viewed all tlie miniature experi mental chambers and all their 10ft. square concrete chambers erected Iu Mr. Pang's cellars, which, when the ronerete Is dry, wil...

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N.R.S. OLD BOYS' ASSOCIATION SWIMMING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

N.ltS. OLD BOYS' ASSOCIATION SWIMMING CARNIVAL. The newly formed Rural School Old Hoys1 Association held their first public function last Saturday afternoon when they successfully held their Swimming Carnival in tho School Pool. A large rrowd assembled to witness the vari ous events, which -were contested most W-enly, in fact so keenly that at times the Judges had difficulty In declaring lh«! winner. Thn rn/»*-o wn*n -*n*^.i-.,i i'ut satisfactorily, thanks to the follow who acted as officials: Messrs. J. B Walker, (starler), L. H. Austin, and S. I'. Uailey (judges), J. Capper, n. ParK er, and R. Reeves (stewards). Tho prizes were exceptionally good and the romniittce wish to publicly Uiank the following for their kindness In donating them. Mr. G. II. Thornton, gold med ?il: Mr. T. Cheetham, silver medal; Mr. L. II Collins, open order ror 10/6; Mr. T. T. Chadwiek open order ror 10/6, Mr. Rawlinson, proprietor of the Royal I'if-tures. 2 trophies both of £1 each; 'Councillor Har\-ey 10...

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FREE OF INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

FREE OF INCOME TAX. It will be remembered that at ot:r lime the statement was made that Hie Commonwealth Commissioner of Tax ation was inquirin? into the matter (-f inlorest on PUte loans to ascertain whether such interest could lie the queslion of tho power of the Common wealth income tax. The Commission er drew attention to the subject in his Jill flUUlWM M!]1OI I, III WIlMl! lit* NUlieU. 'TTjn High Court judgment In lhe case nf the Am.ilcnmaled Soejery of En gineers v. Tlie Adelaide Steamship Co. Lit-1.. has mised the question of Hi? power of tbe Commonwealth to levy income tax on (a) interest paid by State Governments or St.ite Government in strumentalities upon borrowed money, and 00 Hit.' income of :i State instru mentalities, e.g. a Ft.ite savings liank. Hitherto income lax has not been levied in either case. The jmlcrment is beina studied for tho purpose of determining whether any chance or practice is now necessary.' The subject arises in regard to the Queenshncr stock and ...

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Tennis. N.L.T.A. SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Tennis. ' N.LT.ft. SIXGLKf; CHAMPIONSHIP. The excutive comnntlee of the Xam hour Lawn Tennis Association met on Monday night, and drew th' fixtures which will decide the Ladies' and Gents' Single Championship*. The entries for the ladies' tournament numbered 9 and those for the gents' 16. The tournament will cuimuence on Saturday next, 3rd March, .ind - onlinue each Saturday till complied. It was .'trranged for son:'.- of the m.itch^s to bo .played on Thursdoy of ihis week. throughout the tournaments. Ladies: First Round. Saturday, 3rd Mnrch i. Mrs. Mondicnlz v. Miss May Vts ren on Sfethodist Court. Byes: Miss M. Perren, Miss G. Smith. Mrs. .Edmonston, Mrs. Whilc-r-iss, Miss Edmonslon, Miss Tucker, Miss Roberts. Second Round. Saturday. 10th. z. -vmner oi (I) v. .miss .m. barren M.) 3. Miss G. Smith v. Mrs. Edmon ton (Cr.) 4. Mrs. AVhitccross v. Miss Edmon ?ilon (P.) .'-. Miss Tucker v. Miss Roberts CCr) Third Hound. Saturday, 17th. C. Winner (2) v. winn er{3) (JI.) 7. Winner (4) v. ...

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PROHIBITION LEADER WELCOMED BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

PROHIBITION LEADEU WELCOMED BACK. ll«*v. R. B. S. Hammond, president or the New South Wales Alliance, was given a civic reception by the Lord Mayor of Sydney on Feb. 17. on his return after a tour of the United States, Canada, acd Great Britain. Mr. Ham mond replying to the toast of his nealth proposed by the Lord Mayor, and sup norteri liv Alflerm^n W-ill-pr /T-i**a_ president of the Alliance), said that the one thine that struck him more thau anything else was the growing de mand in the American citfes for tne ap piMntsneut of a Mayor for a lonsirr period than one year. It was felt that the one year Mayor no sooner became at- -(iiaint?d with the duties of his office than he generally had to make way frr another man, sad that these yearly changes were not productive of good municipal government. In some cities the plan favoured was to have the city under the control of three commission ers. But in practically all cases ther'1 was the demand that the one-year Mayor should be changed...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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THE FAITH HEALER. ARCHBISHROP LEE'S COMMENDATION. PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE OF TWO CURES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

THE FAITH HEALER. ARCHBISHROP LEES COMMEN DATION. PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE OF TWO i CURES. Notwithstanding the doubts express ed by certain laymen concerning the wisdom of tho Ingathering of thou sands of the sick and inflicted ior treatment by Mr. James Hickson, in St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, nest month, the Anglican bishops in Aus tralia remain firm in their support of the spiritual .healing mission. In the ofllcial organ published on Saturday. Dr Lees. Archhishon of Melbourne, savs: 'We welcome Mr. Hickson, first, be cause he is earning out what the Lam beth Conference of 1920 urged as needing recognition, the ministry and gifts of healing in the church exercised under due license and authority.' Then because the evidence, for Instance, or the South African mission proves a need and a power to meet it. And. finally. I know two personal instances, of a bishop and his son. In which God did undoubtedly heal through Mr. Hickson's ministry. So we pray ami be'.ieve, and watch %vilh humi...

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SYDNEY MINT. A QUESTION OF ABOLITION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

SYDNEY MINT. A OUESTIOX OF ABOLITION. (One of the attractions of Sydney has for some years been the Mint, in Macquarie Street; a sort of semi-sacreU institution into which one could not enU-r except upon the recommendation of a Member of Parliament. If the worst fears are expressed in the fol lowing article are realised, one may have to travel further in future to see ??glowing, flowing, molten gold.' In thrc licht of recent develonments (says a writer in the 'Sydney Morn ing Herald') tho question whether Sydney Mint should be abolished has again obtruded itself more forcibly, perhaps, than before, it is a matter on which opinion is sharply divided. The Mint has certainly been a losing proposition for this State during re cent years, but it still has a balance on the right side of the ledger. Re ferring to the opening of the Mint. the 'Sydney Morning Herald' of May 15, 1855, stated: 'In mercantile circles the general opinion is that a Mint In this colony will not pay.' That fear, ho...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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SALE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

SALE REPORT.' The sale of Mr. F. G. Burton's Yim min pure bred Jerseys -was held on Thursday 15th February, bu: owmg to the droughty conditions prevailing at centres off the North Coast Line many jersey breeders wrote to Mr. Bur ton expressing regret that tney couid no. ateend the sale as some of them were skinning their cattle and there tni»n i* txtii A tint Krin» mm*** r\« In tVi Ai^ properties to meet the same fare. Mr. .1. J. Wilkinson Auctioneer, Xambour reports the following prices in guineas realised for milkers: 2 at 16, 2 at 15J, 2 at 15, 2 at 141, 1 at 13*, 2 at 12, 2 at 11, 3 at 10, 1 at 9 3 at 3}, 1 at 7. 1 at 6. Heifers realized 3 at 10, 3 at 9$, 1 at 9, heifers calves 1 at 7, 4 at 5, bull calves, 1 at 21J, and 1 at 21. The clearing out sale of Mr. W. C. Low's dairy herd at Bridges was conducted by Messrs. .7. J. Wilkinson Nambour and Jocumsen & Cooper of Cooroy and Pomona on Thursday last, and was fairly successful. There was no demand for young heifers or stee...

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S.Q.F.S. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

8.Q.F.8. DIRECTORS' MEETING. The Board of Directors of the above Society met In the Board Room, Roma street, Brisbane, On the 16th Inst., Mr. Frank Burll (chairman) presiding. On the result of the recent voting for Dlsl riot Councils of the Queensland Primary Poducers' Association being made known, it was thought that some sections of the fruit industry would not be represented on the new Council of Agriculture, and that the most suit able way to give proper representation would be to ask the Advisory Boartf not represented to nominate an as sociate to the Fruit Committee; it is believed that this course would be a ^ ... greeabl' to that Committee. \ : A general resume of the trading operations of the Society was gone into which ebowed that the trading nan in creased 150 p.c. during^ the past 12 months. In rcagrd to the issue of the new 'Fruit Cases Act' and Regulations for Pineapples and Bananas In rases. In structions were given to have suffici ent copies printed for all pineapple...

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Farewell Editorial. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Farewell Editorial. In the course of tits ordinal y work, an editor often finds himself placed In *n awkward position, and Is aol In frequently at hit wit's cad to know what, to do, w- many and various arc the situations, and the consecrations ?which Influence the internal and per haps instantaneous debate as to the best course to take. Mostly the beit guide is thai socialistic! (or is it only i4AMtAA»lLI [j. ? \ MfLH»]Il-a..llAa _. « 11... utuiuudutij cuiiMucrauun pi me greatest good to the greatest number, but that can hardly be held «? apply when an editor is called upon to pen a few words of farewell after 4 long period at the helm of a concern whose steady progress provides the tru-»sf. cri terion as to the lightness or vrongness of his decisions while In control. In such a cat c the problem Is more dif ficult than usual, on account of its dis tinctly personal application. After a run of 16 J years an editor may well be excused If he «o»a not fully interpret the feelings accomp...

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