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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1898

For Eure Bargain? in Kins St Farms, houses and lots in town and county for sale. O. BROWN 7 60 , Dealers in Land. A. Ileinickel, of Phoebus*well known as a-thorough business man und of j sterling integrity und honor, bus bought the right, title and Interest of C. B . il.iagland of about VM lots called "Hoaglnnd," three blocks from. Queen street, Hamilton, and it will 1?' known hereafter as "HEINICICEL." Mr. S. .1 Brown owns one-third ot the same and A. lleiuiekel two-thirds, having also bought out .1. Davis Iteed, ?f Norfolk These h.ts will lie sold very cheap. The invest.nt of one or more lots, if bought now. will pay a tremendous per Cell tage to the buyer, and w* have four farms with oyster water fronts on, mile from Hampton, 17 acres each. Address, S,J. Brown&Co.5 LOCK BOX 225 HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 1 Wlien Visitliiij Phoebus Gait at I Olympia, fi THOS. ft. DOUGHTY. g PROPRIETOR. ? Wi:it.,s, Li(|i.ors awl Giijnrs. ? Meals a! all hours. Lodging. J j* l,idies' nnil tietits'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1898

Great Damage Done in the South, LIVES PROBABLY LOST Vessel* Wrecked ?ml Tiiriioil tluttom Up-j M ir.lt. It lllro.liU Sill>iiieri;*il. No Outlet for Stile?. l>.-?m Ilg.'' -^1 .OOO.OOO. f!!y Tel.-graph.) SAVANNAH. GA.. Sept. 2.?While Savannah stiff, red heavily from the cy- ! clone which swept over th fitly mil. s i of lier eoasi country Wednesday nee-!.- j iiig-. the dating.- on the coast islands and m Hie in erior as-far as the storm 1 reached is probably grealed. The flooded condition ??;' ill.nntry renders coinrnnnicalion dilllculi. Many! sections arc entirely cut off, and no i hews has been received to indicate wlial j the conditions are. The llrst news from the Carolina s. a islands, which, wer. the s .-n. the | great tidal storm of lSiC. in which thousands of people perished, was re? ceived today. Whil.- the storm was not ing like thai of live years ago, the !o-s is h,-avv. The beaches north ..; Ty bee are lined wi.h wrecks of small or f and at Bluffton an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 September 1898

t Associated i Press VOL III, NO. 212. ICE TG COME DOWI Price Will- Be Cut Next! Season. NEW COMPANY'S PLANS. Will Mnmiruc nr., It lu Hampton anil itrlri; | it In Nrwpurt Nnwa Over the Klecl rle Itiillwuy Kvc-ry Mnr.iing. / If present indications' h .1.1 good the citizens of Newport News will he se.-v ^ea^o"' i'"'t'y ' '"'aI' ''>' the coming It is lcar-ned from an absolutely reliable s..uree that the Newport News and Old Point Railway and Electric company will furnish' ice in this city thi.tiling season. Ii seems the plant .?!' the Chesapeake Light and Power Co.. of Hampton, will be a p ut of its system, and the company will largely increase the present capacity of the ice department of thai company, the plan of the railway company being to operate a system of ii.ars between its plant und New port News. The elec? tric ice ears w ill be run directly into file ice fact ry and loaded, and'within thirty minutes the ear win i?. jM New? port News distributing ice t . the deliv?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 September 1898

3Bai<ii :p ve C. K. THACKEU, Editor and M?nner. PUBLISHED EVERY M<>RNIX< i KXCKl'T Ml >N ! >;\ V i:y tu K < f a?y f rcss ? oinpanu Limited. Fl ?STOFF!CK BUILDING The Daily Pres? may Ii.- nbtiiliiod every nn.rnlng ut the l'n|] wing pl.u ?s: ii-.issl.-y Bros.. Washing" m uv-mi .1. A. Corey. Acre. ? hosnpeake' & I >hio Resinurnnt. Charles Kobinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties other than those ha vine ' dg or aeeounis will) the paper, civic s . i-ieties and military organizations, are required Li bay Cor transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of seinl advertisements h?:.t publ for in advance and no transieni advertise? ment u ill |?. bokkod for less spa. >? than one inch. To Illustrate: .nif-hail im-h is ",0 .-.?als. on.' inch 7", cents fin ..ne tithe, when paid in advance; hut lhey will be SI.an ir charged. Tran? sient advertisers will sa v.- money by re.inhering thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 September 1898

I For Kare Bargain? in | King St. Hampton, Ya. Farms, houses and lots hi town and county for sale. S..J, BROWN / 60.. Deato in band. A. Heinickel, of Phoebus, well known I as a thorough business man and of | sterling integrity and honor, has bought the right, title and interest of C. 11. | lloagland of about 130 lots called "Hoagland." three blocks from Queen street. Hamilton, and it will be known hereafter as "H EINICKEC" Mr. is. Brown owns one-third of the same and A. HeJnickel two-thirds, having also bought out J. Davis Heed, of .Norfolk These lots will he sold very cheap. The investment of one or more lots, if ! bought now. will pay a tremendous per Centuge to the buyer, and Wv have four | farms with oyster water fronts one mile from Hamilton. IT acres each. Address, SJ. Brown &Co., LOCK BOX 225 HAMPTON, VIRGINIA I When Visitiiiij riiochtis Gall at | I Olympia, s a THOS. ft. DOUGHTY, f # PROPRIETOR, g ? Wi"C.s, 1 iiioors .mil f.i(jnrs. * S Meals at all hours. Loilgii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 September 1898

ASK F?BJ|EMI?fi Philippine Islanders Do Not Want Independence. THINK IT IMPRACTICABLE. Wurl te Mountaineer* ?ml Bn?lm? Mm Alike Will Hfloi.ni? the Smrsnml Stripe*. Aguinalilo Write* OtiHiiU I.cutting Loner. (By Telegrnt.h.) MANILA. PHIMPPiXR ISLAND Se).t. :!.?A Heng K.ing .lepulatin representing tin- Southern Philipipli ?ml eonsisting ..!" the best ami ii -h names Pi.nay. Minder... ?'? bu in .Mindanao, visit.-.! (Tnite.l states <'? Kill Wiliains yesterduy evening tn urged that every possibl ? e"f..:-i made for the annotation of tue win of the Philippine Islands. The deputation declared that i ??lasses, th.- warlike i.mtaiiieers well as those engaged in niorcani pin-suits, would wdeonie the Stars a Stripes and had resolved r.evor p. mi mit lo Spanish or Tagal rule. Th.-y als., said then were boon iii.-n. ! many of them armed with ride, ??ad;, to support tie- Americans. They r - fuse to join In the clamor for indep n and impracticable. They oof', wish !>.r annexa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 September 1898

PAGES 5 TO 8 VOL III, NO. 212. QUEER TDFK.K ESTERS EFFORTS OF MANKIND TO. ESCAPE WINDING CLOCKS. Tin- l-'eat Ac-luiilly AccumnlUllcal tn <1<t muny? l.'luek*,'t'liul KuIi u I.out; lino - Oliver Cromu-nll * Cluck?A Wntch 'Hint I ltc<|iiit<-<l No \\ linll.ij; h} Hit D?-bit. I Long before the Christian era water ' clocks were in use. They wore followed by the sun dials. About the eleventh tentury clocks moved by weights and . wheels began to lie used in the mon? asteries ol Kiiglaud. in 1286 tin: lirst ; of :he wheel chirks publicly seen in j England was placed in St. Paul's <lathe- ; dral. In 1(175. when the present St.! Paul's was begun, a project was on j foot to make a clock for the cathedral | that should go 100 years without wind- i ing no and cost Jj l.o?u. The |ilan w;is j not carried out. The clock made cost ' A;;;00 and ran for eight days. It was | considered a great .vomier. it is said that the lirst pendulum c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 September 1898

OUR SHIPBUILDERS IN FAVOR ItuMta Will Get Mutoilnt front I'c for Ilullu li.g W?r?hliHi. -At 33?rlin recently an interview was obtained with Irvin:; M. Scott, who was theie, with his sort, Laurence Irving Scott, a Cornel! atudeut, and accom? panied by bis physician, l>r. George Chismore. lie expressed himself fuliy as to his trip to Russia, undertaken in behalf of the Union Iron Works of San Francisco, whose V.ce President and manager he is. Mr. Scott Is the btt liler of the battle? ship Oregon, of Adn iral Oewey's Jlag ship, the Olympia i ud of the Charles? ton, and he showed tae reporter letters of congratulation tveived from Ad? miral Oewey, Cap;. Chadwick of the New York, and othe: ??, on the splendid fighting and speed q :alities of Iiis ves? sels, lie went to He; sia.Vhere be si aid a month,fox several purposes. The main one was to ascertain on the spot the chances America, an-J more particular? ly San Francisco, v;;l have in supply? ing that region around the mouth ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 September 1898

whose mission is to protect our shores?and fight Everybody is eager to know more about these superb fortresses which guard the nation's honor. We have arranged for our readers to secure for a merely nominal sum a Portfolio Series in ten parts, each containing 10 reproductions of special pho- '"Indiana" tographs, 1G0 in all, each accompanied* by Explanatory Text, in which are Descri bed the vessel's armor, guns, en? gines, power, etc. In .short, the very information wanted for a full understanding of the fighting and tnanoeuvers of the Meets and single vessels. But this is NOT ALL you get out of the "Brooklyn" ?'Columbia" "Oregon" "Min neapolis" "M \ INF" Be,ore "Katalidin" "New York" "Texas" "A mphitrite': "Baltimore" .mil hunij others. Portfolio Series for the islands which t1 e diips will protect will receive their share of attention, and the reader feels on turning the last leaf that he has had in a muvner to enable him to udge of the island's past, and resent. But he doe" not. L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 September 1898

A WONDERFUL COUNTRY. There is a oountrj that I know Where all the ye: r the roses grow, And when it rain:: outside 1 play In that fair couu'.ry all the day. And often in the evening, too. Among I lie roses, pink and blue, 1 gather 'round n?e all my bam!. For I'm the King jf Carpet Land. Sometimes I rniiH a fort of books And from i:s wa; I raj* army looks, To bravely meet ts awful doom When Fido chargMs down the room. And auntie says sic doesn't know Auuthet place bit e roses grow, And when she.sc-t my sword so bright She says 1 am he! carpet knight. Alilert ISigeluw Paine. JAMIE'S U=AR TAMING. ITU Unauuc-RKKful atlniupt In Follow Iii? Story !: ink .MuiIumI. There was once a small boy who had a perfect passiot'? for taming bears. Not that he ever aim d any, as he was only seven years old; but his interest in bears began w'ien he was only live, and to please hi n be was tilted one with a little hunting-suit when the family went to ?lie country for the summer. Almost as soon as they ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 September 1898

Vir"*'? T' t nssoclated j Press i Disparities. I VGL III, NO. 213. LARGEST - CIRCULATION f NEWPORT NEWS, VA., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ?T? I* R I fTF SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS I iVXvyXLi ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS. HOLIDAY AT BUCKROE Workmen Celebrate Labor Day at This Resort. WINNERS OF THE PRIZES List of Tlitmc Who ICxeelle.l huhu ContftBiK. Tho.laiiiHlHor fioole at I he ISnncll, mi.l i:\erjbo.ly Hu,I u ?;?...I Ti. Yesterday was Labor Day, and the men who ? earn their bread by the sweat of their brows" laid down their tools and celebrated the holiday. The shipyard closed dawn, and the postor tice, custom bouse, banks and other places of business were also closed. Buekroe Beach was the Mecca for thousands. From early in tin- morn? ing till him at night the electric cars carried people to and from ibis resort. It was at Buekroe Beach thai th.- va? rious labor uni,ms of Ibis city cele? brated tin- holiday, and. judging by the large croud that was there, a majority "f the .id.' in Newport News joined...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 September 1898

C. E. THACKKH, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED HVEI1Y M 1 111 N I NC EX< 'EPT Mi I.N'DAY flY THE faliy press tfomp-rmy LimiM. Pi iST' (PFIi Hin LD1 Ni 1 The Daily Press may l?o obtained every morning al the foil .wine phir?s: t'Tossli-y pros., Washington avenue. .1. A. i Virey, Acre, i ?hesapeake & i<hi,, Kosiauraiit. Charles llobihson, Nu. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties ether than those bovine ledg? er accounts with the paper, civic s . cieties ami military organizations, an required i-< pay for transient adv.-r tisements in advance. An inerenso of 38 1-8 per cent, wit! heohtiryod for iran selnt advertisements not paid tot- in advance and no transient advertise? ment will be hoicked fur less space than one inch. To illustrate: one-half inch is r.ii .onts. .on' inch 7.". cents for one lime, when paid in advance: but they v ill be $1.00 if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money liy remembering this notice, which applies in till cases, irres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 September 1898

The assigned stock of Webb & Mears has been bought by J. F. Rowe,who will offer for sale at cost for cash only, beginning Thursday morning at 8 o'clock the most complete line of Men's, women's and Childrens' Shoes, Oil and Rubber Goods, Dry Goods and Notions, Lace Curtains, Mattiings and Oil Cloths, Ladies' Capes and and jackets, Quilts and Blankets, Ladies' waists and Underwear,; Kid Gloves, Corsets and Ladies' and Men's fine Negligee Shirts. NO GOODS DELIVERED. NO GOODS TAKEN OUT ON APPROVAL. STORE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK Stop the Car at Webb & Mears' Store, 28 Queen Street Just Received A large line or f ! Oxford Teachers' Bibles, | With lndex and Concordance. 9 i PRICE, $1 to $5. Also an assortment ? of other Bibles, liym- $ ? nals and Prayer Books f f for all denominations. Hampton News Co. t Masonic Building ^' Hampton, Va. F 4 Window Screens That Really Protect from the flies and other sum ?mer pests are the sort of screens you want. Made to fit y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 September 1898

QUEEN WlUjELMINA Holland's Young Ruler Greet? ed by Vast Crowds, GALA DAY IN AMSTERDAM Over Two UuiKirviI Tlioumiutl People A, ?entitle In the Slreem Hint Aroitml I lie ''nhu-e to Wimen? the lir.l Imming of Their licli.ve.t s?v. reien. (By Telegraph.) TUR HAGVK. S--pi. a.?Queen Wil heiniina ami the queen's mother started Crom Uiis ciiy at i:sn P. M. to.luv for Amsterdam, where il.nihrone'ment will take plaee. Th.- route from the palace to th.- railway dep 1 was filled gave lie- young mi.h an'eiuhusiuslic ovation, tier maj. sl> was attired in a whitesatin gown, over which Mho wore AMSTERDAM. s-e('.t. :.. l:..ispming ai gathered in the- stiv. Is? w hich'were lav? ishly decorated, in antieipati ?n .o' the entry <>f Qi.n Wilhelmina. To,- weath -er was bright, an,I trains fr in tlie provinces liroughl thousands "i visit? ors to the city. Tin- deem.-it ions wen lavish and beautirul. Th. route to the royal palace was lined b\ thirl v-llve workingmen s union...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1898

Associated t ? Press { t Dispatches; I VOL III, NO. 214. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1898. DDI riTj? SINGLE COPY. TWO CENTS I 111 V/Hi ONE WEEK, TEN CENTS. BONDS AND SEWERS -??- L?2?lifiBi3 Common Council Discusses These Subjects. HOW ABOUT THE CEMENT? !U?yor A. A. IH.im s:.y? II Ik All Klgllt, IEtil the City Kiigltieer Til I it k? II No Hot? ter II. in Mini. Oilier Proceed tig... The Common Council me! in regular semi-montlily session last night with all the members present save ("..nn. il mati William Washington leulorod). The principal topics under eousidera tion were th.- sal,- of Hi.- bridge bon.ls ami matters pertaining to (In- construc? tion of tin- sewerage system. Th,- for? mer was disposed of, th,- sal.- being awarded to Rudolph Kleyholte ,,f Cincinnati: but the latter remains statu.- quo. though different phases of the questions al issue were fully dis? cussed. Nothing was done about tie curb connections, but the sewer com? mission is expected to make a rep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1898

H ai 13 33 rcss C. E. th ACKER. Editor and Manager published every mo i tn i nu kxi :kpt monda v by the f r?iii? f rcss <f ouipaun Limited. P( 1ST' ?FFIOE BUILDING Tlie Daily Press may be obtained ?very morning at the following places: Orossley Bros., Washington avenue. J. A. Corey, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson. No. 7 ivy avenue. Parlies oilier than Ilms.- having ledg? er accounts with the paper, civic s > cietics and military organizations, are required t.. pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An Increase of 1-1! per cent, will lie charge.1 for tran seint advertisements um paid f..r in advance and no transient advertise? ment will be bokked for less spa. .. than one inch. To Illustrate: one-half inch is ">(.nis. one inch 7.". cents for one time, when paid in advance: hut they will b? $1.00 if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering ibis notice; wliicb applies In all eas.-s. irresp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1898

Entire stock of WEBB& MEA.ES bought by J. F. ROWE, Hampton, Ya Wait lor f?rtlt?r ftnnounceiiiGnt, No. 10 Queen St., Hampton, Ya. De La Salle Institute La Salle Ave. ami Grand Boulevard HAMPTi )N R< 'ADS, VA. Classes will open on Monday. Sept. 12. 1S1IS. C'jniiuetnrs will collect .? fare only for students on electric en from Newport News to I .a Salle avenue. A conveyance will meet students itl t powerhouse al S::!0 A. M. Circuit may he obtained at Daily Press office 4-tit. BROTHER TOBIAS. Direct a*** ******** ? ? When Visitinij Plioditis Gall at 8 I Olympia, I a THOS. A. DOUGttTy.l 0 PROPRIETOR. % ? Wines, Li(|iiors .and Girjars. * 8 Meals at .all hours. Lodging. 3 fi Lnlies' anil (tents' Dining Par w Z lors up stairs. * j # Mellen street, near Mallory. g 1 Music every afternoon | * and night. S **** ? For Have Bargains in Hampton, Va. Farms, houses and lots in town and count v for sale. jf,'c ?'"i-- -'. '?''Iii ? < VVx J;"< ? f1 Window S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1898

QUEEN OF HOLLAND Fair Wilhelmina For? mally Enthroned. MAGNIFICENT SPECTACLE a ttleur Voice the Young Itiilrr I'lrdgr IleiH.tr to tlitr l-.opla of the Seih erltiml* lo Maintain Tin ir night? unit I'r vlleg??. (F.y Telegraph.) AMSTERDAM. Sept. <;.--The events ..f yesterday were but the overture for far mere important ceremonies today upon the occasion of il.nthroning of Queen Wilhelminn. The day began w illi a saint.? of 1UJ guns and a majestic eharole. t:y lit o'clock the !)am|>laiitz pre? sented a magnifies ot spectacle. Til" multitude were kept back by lines ..f troops of all arms. From the principal gate of the pa la ? to the church, between lines of naval cndits. was st retched a gay nwmng decorated with streamers, ami velvet carpeting was laid over the short dis? tance, which lh<- Queen had lo tra Ai 10:15 the prine.lv families of S.ixe Weimar and W.-id dr..v.- to n church escorted bv cavalrv. w til binds playing, drums beating and lite Hoops pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 September 1898

rw&# <B> ?< j*><sSfr- s>s> ?<* 6 Press i DispatcliGS. I VOL III, NO. 215. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 181)8. f CIRCULATION P RICE S,NGLE COPY> TWO CENTS ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS. flTCHETHHE BOSS Outranks -Potter in the Sew I erage Work. iyVILL THE CEMENTSTICK? Tin? u the OuiHlouTli.it Ih Agitating Some MlnilH. Another Test Will Probably lt<- Mail? by Ilm Ciiy Kiiglueer. Jity Engineer George W. Pitched s control of lie sewerage work which is now in progress in ibis city. For some time it has been a mooted question as to whether the city engineer had anything- to do with the' work, as Alexander Potter, of New York, employed by the Common Council o superintend the construction or the yslem, but ibis mutter has 1.u set led by able attorneys. They hohl that, ty engineer. Captain Fitchett out? ranks Consulting Engineer Potter. The luncil may contract with anot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 September 1898

DAILY dl? 3? oi tj P ress C. E. H?CKER, Editor and Manager. I'UBf.TSH ED EVERY MOH.VI.VCJ EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE ?" ?liy f3 vess CT onipnuu Limilcd. POSTOFFICE B 1*1 ED 1 NC The Daily Press may 1.htained every morning at the full..win;.' places: Crossley Bros., Washington avenue. J. A. Corey. Aero. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with the paper, civic s > cietics and military organizations, are required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of .131-3 percent, will be charged for Iran, seint advertisements not paid for In advance and no transient advertise? ment will be holtked for less space than one inch. To illustrate: one half inch is r.n cents, one inch 7.". cents for one time, when paid in advance: hut tiny will p.- $1.(10 if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save m.>? by remembering this notice, winch applies in all cases, irrespective...

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