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Fatal Accident Gymple. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

m ? it^tia^ocldfilft a*: G*ia*ie. THE Qympie Miner of Tuesday bet gives the following particulars of the fatal accident meflf-ainounc^d-ip our telc>}(r;iiibic news ut iti\u iimt* .it,^appeuL»4 ;--" Mr.,Fanner called at bur office, ptm rave tiie,following stulomunt ill connection with late fatal accident.On Thursday evening between 7 nnd 8 o'clock, n little girl (who is only ten years of age, nnd fourteen) ;was inup40t*of Jirwhinff /ut mnipbMfitaith a JoweJ [tbebed,' in : wnicb layauoy and ginf tTTe Volineraged two years and qix months, and the latter four , years, and six-months* vhon «ho acddaiitly jerkod the lamp off a table near at hand op to a railing, which w ent round the bed to kojp tq&fyrim inr , totfiRJ ttxp'oded. iiu 'Ctoeutttety o^er tb&4mfe thlnkWnfltlic'wholG bod was in flninos in a very short time. Mr. and Mrs. Faquir were outside at lbo~$ime; boflroed^lBtrnd"19 yin. and snatched the© from the names, and rolled thee* is blanketed ^Er«y means went tri...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Seizure of Herat by Abdullah. CALCUTTA, December 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

Sp.iztiro of Herat by Abdullah. Ca I.ci.'TTA, Doc'-'inhur ] 8. A'lviosi; fn»m Herat stat®' ih.il Strtltiv Ali* dqlluh Ivb m. Uiip Ki,i/.».,*l tlio cilail'il of that (own, iiinl has pro.liiimul himself jjovcnioi'.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Eveninig. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

Commercial. AKODS Office, -? Mpudiiy Erenitig, BaiBBANIl.-Saturday's Courier eays; BcuwbM in the paiduce market feliowe a alight improvement, bu|> tliere ie not mwudq$DK«_ W &. 4U&Iurg furnUb the {oUown^ qQ^tatiftttB s&taa, Is. H&. to 2b, ; oaten hay, j64 to £A 10s,; lucerne. £2 IQe.^iP £3} lueerno chaff, £t to X4 ; mixodcfcjlff, £3 10a. toJGt; Adelaide bran. £7 10a/To JC9; pollard, «£G to £7 ; feed oats, As. to 3s. (3d.; 30s.; potatoes, £i 15B. to 4J5; onions (local), £7 to jGS t local butter, Od. to 7(1. (farmer's price) ; Wollongoug butter, Od. to lOd.; eggs (scarce), lld.^to 12d.; bacouQo&ilJ, Od. .to "Td.; Sydney and tfolfouraebacon, 9d. to 9Ad. j colonial roll bucon, 7d. to 8d.; Melbourne bam®, 12d. to 13d.?;. English hamji,; 15d.j; colonial cheese, 8d.; InJportod cheese* 8d. to I2d. Poultiy ie unchanged in price, and is . gUlljCwiiny iu pluuilfnlly; - - - '

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Warwick Argus. [?] [PUBLISHED [?] A WEEK.] WARWICK: TUESDAY, DEC.28,1879 Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

OCX*. 003 m 'MRfUkteb Xf'fiiti'M v_'Va !> AJTflSJfbl WARWICK: TffggDAT, DEC. 58, 1870 ^.frfr.rrT; L-U A _IJ VJ " OlflaT/ TO 0OD IN TbB HIGHEST, AND ON £iMB'3nAca, GOODWILL towakd MEN." HifiK ] the berrild-angols sing " ? - ra |<n«M, Joyftii7»U jrj nations, riBej.. Join the tnumph'&I the skies; With the angelicJioet proclaim CHRIST is born in Bethlehem. ,/.I rftoljlftl She JwnjldWWeiB'sing , . ., i:.O>ftlwy/to,th»<iejrJ»<W Kiwa. l>y ti^hest Wai?(!eii adartd, CHEIST, the Ererlaatinjj LOBD, Imte in time behold Hun come, . * OttawiBjr of i-n VirginVl wopj b. Vieled }j^£Liish;£ha.poDBXAD see! Ha.il, the Incarnate Deity! Pleased aa Mao with nan to dell, Gloiy to the new-ljora J£wa . Mail, the heaven -hom'Prince of Peace! ' -Hail. theJjn^^Wt^H"*.. 4 Jifr-teraJTUB brlttes, * healing inJEIls wing*. i < f Ht Jay* His gWry by,. , t ? Born-Uut man no .more may lie, ." r Bom to give them second birth. Huli 1 the faendd-angels Bing ... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

<? '.So .gnlf crlbarB and > iMvorttsarsV OUB ACCODMp^ the Quarter ending Seiitcrakflr Scrilra Bow heing delivered, nnd we would thank our friends for an Early SETTLEMENT of 8ame> The issue of the; paper bi-weekly has involved us in heavy: ejqpsneeq, and, should tb|p ^.ppeal^inoet witb p^votr roappniei/lfe ptfcpona shcfrilj^ iinfcln^ a Still further attempt to increase the useful new of the paper. , ARTHUB MORGAN. The " Warwick Argus" S^E^^M^NAC^lSeo. IT ALMANAC, wiU.be bscfibers with1 tlib Wat t .will have a ut lb' guaranteed circulation, throughdu't'the town and district of TOO copies. *.' toy*gi]jiBjBa «e'«qaBiit)ed to send i» 'flieir Alton early.,. ,Minimum charge, 6b.; large adf^rttomenra^'^ragreeTOent. Monoid or ' hiMovAi.. rtiti1^W'ABWliaE3tairS" 1* ia/w primtod ugw oommoaloM iniDgMMI to be. .antlnfntare. Ul iBIWIlt KOBfiAN. ?«plWI*er«r,ilW'.-iv'

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The Compliments of the Season. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

1 <3^plimehtg of the ieas6k jjfrjtfwhing our readers tie complimeilts ofthe 'season* . we feel: cheered in tile is £mOT^ohpj>efu}; pros petit of oettfer times* when compared «ith -the surrounding sighs a year ago. ^en>wphad jiist emerged froma'n 'litiiaiSaUy pToir&oted drought, with fl(lpiiitltwMbdi> end: fcbrdli j thii . year, j^re^Suii epiytipw. plenaij pastures jfm risible evidences of a slowly but surely returning trade. Sothat.Wen w»thf tbe, barrep, wheat areas and empty bon» wnlbh hive unfortunately marked theAdfflntiaeaaon of the .Waning year, tHiWpeejt'Bb jib'great cause' for repir in£.^ Ariii there may be some consola tion' in 'the tact. that this agricultural ill-fortune has not been peculiar to-the coloniesarfor'Sn England the .farmers hare paro&^through a season of excep tional severity from foods and bad weather, resulting in the .dissipation of their cropB; aVid, as a consequence, the year has been marked by a large exodus of the Bri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

WARWICK TPBF CLUB. noTicb. TkTOMrNATIONS of Mini for SIRES' JL1* PROD OCR STAKES, 1883, Clow on JANUARY lit, 1880. J. H. DUNLOP, Ml' Secretary. 1 JBhqsUai andNewYear's Day. Jk EXCURSION TICKETS "r' SING-ijB FARES roTtt £hb DOUBLE JOURNEY \\f iLL be iintl between ill Stations, by ? T or^invy train^from FRIDAY, I8th DefclnJW*; IWO.io THURSDAY, l»t January, 1860, inclusive, available to return from date ot issue until SATURDAY, the 10th January, ?' ?"'.'?'F. CURNOW, Pro. -Commiwiooar for Kail ways. ,i>"n'¥l"if for Railways' Office, Briibaoa, Stb JJaoeBjber, 1676. 1196 rtton in the Ctonm Baringa Bank. rikwbj notified that andioatians for the<Wit«dt»wal of Depoeita cannot be r»oeived between the lit and 9th January inclusive, daring whichtime the Head OBoe jSWI bjs cideedfor |fhe purpose of preparing *** *e0e'Te* " ata> ealledio the regulation that P*ar-tx>6k» mart be sent to the TWurary po or before tbe_ 31«V January, |in order that [ertejed, Ao.; and those 1 their b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

w ANTED o Female GENERAL BUR. 7 , VANP. Apply at oiice lo Mr«. H. Couttu, Guy-street. 1235 ^ WANTED tn 1)0 known Unit llio CHEAP ' MEAT COMPANY'SSHOP isulmott Uiaouly OHO ill Auntralin where JOINTS of | IMvlMl.1 BEE I" can be purchased at H3 per | lb. U20. 1 WANTED Housekeepers ti> try SANDER SON'S BAKING POWDER mid SANDERSONS WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold l>y all Gvecevs, and Wholesale by 1? Sakdkuson, Kelvin Grore-ioad,- Brinunue. ? . Bank Notice. Tini BANKS will be closod on THURS DAY, FK1I1AV, end SATURDAY, ; tlio 26th, ami 27th instants, being duly authorised holiday's, Warwick, 22nd December, 1679. 1227: St- Mark's Church. CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES. EA IU,Y Celobrattou of HOLY COM ' MUNION at )i.i^]jt o'clock. ' MOitisUt'G I'UAVKK and Second Cole brotion of HOLY COMMUNION at lilevon I o'clopk. '' Mo Evening Service. 1239 To Let A FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE, pleasantly and Healthily situated iu Dragou-suevt. Apply to Tnos. MgaEiuoi., Wontley-Btreet. 1237 Sfesi&l Netico. FTHG Unders...

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Irish Landlerdism [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

~SEmSSS3ST'- I MANT Irish landlords, nj.ys S^ioll i Journal, wliea they leive tha Imiusdiitu pr' cmcta of.^h^ir heaj-tlis ? ^ni -h.nijqs, arc net oertora they wii! ever return to thorn aiivo This state of terrorism cannot endure rnuco. longer. One thing seems very cert»in, anh that is, the people themselves are taking thd , "WW&iW"°*n jbwto with bothn,w&llo and a vengeance. Landlordism in England: M enough | bat in Ireland, where it ia* Wittrab^hteotan, it; ia, intolerable.: nttjoiity 'br nobleibeit",Who b&vo * . u - S* J . 1 J ' J - ^ «4«Ko uiujuinjr tu.nouienien wno tiavo immense landed eetatts in troland seldom' or never visit them. One, for instance, who derives an incomeof eomething like dirty thousand per annum, is absolutely unknown ynax s foce ty.^fpipH]^r,faffiose who supply turn with a princely income, it is perfectly . ^ejll Jraown on English nuoecourees, at. clubB. pmafL 'iktima ***&' *btehind 4hfe??''fiotae London theatres. What wonder th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 December 1879

The Building Trade WALLACE-& GIBBON /"1ABPENTEBS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL V CONTRACTORS, Gu*.btkew, WARWICK. 768 [A CARD.] W. GAISFORD, j Carpenter, Builder, k General Contractor, P*BCY-STREKT, WABWICK. I rrUUB&B YARD, for the Supply of PINK, 1 ClftDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all lengths siad dimensions, at lowest rates. 8S6 [OABD.] W. G. CONLEY, CarpenUr. Bnilder, and General Con tractor, Fituoy am> Gut-MUSKS, WARWICK. <86 [acabd.] F. paiTMERO, C*Wnrt-mak«r*»d tfphclrtwer, HMtwc sad JNliaaae ViSut, 1 iHekt door to M'Demott's Btilny Hotel), Gtrr-nvzrr, Wahwiuk. ? Jf.p.-Joiner"* wsork of *11. descriptions at tended to promptly, at mbderate prioes. WB; M.~J O'SULLIVAN, M-D., M C S So". DR. 0'8UI,LTVAN may be Cetuotted -daily at Ma RESIDENCE, OUT-; 8TBFJET, Warwick. 60S : T)HJB BOYAL HOTEL, PiuoatH-mBSR, WABWICK. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, Sitting HOOMB !oi A FIRST-CLASS TABLE. Best Wines and Spirits only kept. Ooop STABLING, J. T. LETHBRIDGE, BOTAIi HOTE...

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The Late John Delane. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

. (?:> . 'J mi_. l1 i i0' . ? The Late John Delane. B* AN OLD " TIMES" HAND. ?. W2**^.BR'Wwgp*t)0i* (mi raid, | pie naoio oI Job a Delano ia known ;aod thoro " not a literary man in any English-speaking community who will not hear with rogrot the neweolhiB d»tji,(-lor,noiOM , has, (Jons so much as hodtfi falivaie td .ferfiftMibhTthe' craft of journalism-to raiBe tho tone and to develop the power and influence of tho Press or t°. defino-its duties and rcsnqnBibilities , SOHr'DiIunti, fsrwis^amssf^' | discriminating judgement soon gave evidence, that amply justified his appointment to a posi tion whioh cerhaps ms, and is, aeoofld to none * Stern and unoompromwiflg toward the ia. competent, be was not only toleraut.but alio S^^aSKftSgtt. tbo existence of even tho smallest germ of uc "Wefldo ijecolloct the carohe b^owod ofl :«? »otl? >'?r I u«ed to study theaSeot and' effect of hie proof corrections, Bia never ceasing devotion to Es arduous "duties''was' remarkable, and, as I some...

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Toowoomba Races. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

Toowoomba Kacea. Ibe following is the result of the naming yesterday atToowoomba, courteously fur nished in response to our telegram by our old friend Mr. James Dexter, who acted as. 8ec crebtnr. The Secretary in bis telcgmih SUJ-B lhat the attendance was larger than has been known for several years, and 'to this we at tribute the fact that the admission' was -free to the course. Among those presentwere His Excellency tbo Governor and Miss Ken nedy and suite. Captains Bedwell/ and O'Col laghon. , " "V Tho fotlowittgwore the results -/HUBSUEBMB. ' Mr. Fox's' Tommy..."" ... 1 MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. Finnie's Sarcasm 1 CHRlBTKiS HiMDICir. iit. Fox's, Toowootnba ... . ... 1 '< Mr. Wallace's, Oliver Twist ... 2 . Mr. .Minnie's, filly Zoe, ran inside the first post and pulled up. SELLING BFCE. Toawoowba 1 BACK RACE. Tross ... . ... ... ... 1 CONSOLATION BACB. Bold Soldier Boy ... 1 FOOT RACE. . Oolkcrs 1 Farr»ll 2 Bell ... 3 There wero thirteen entries for this race. Another Great Fi...

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Suspected battle at Cabul. London, December 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

Suspected battle at OabuL - I London, December ZiUi. I ' Advices "from Jngdollak report that'V&vy firing has been heard in the direction Of Cabul, and it' is believed thai severe fighting ' is proceeding. GonftiaJ Qough continues his adraneo ojtiin torrupted, and is now within 'a few miles of Cabal, whioh he is expected to reach'to-day.

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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

? I ^WifUTWioklPolk# Oonrt»':i.vn'f TUESDAY, DSCXHBIB 88. (Before the Polio# ~MAgi8ta»ta and WM. .. . J.P.) STBlxfatf. natL tmwL k\zaox.-4Attdrew '"'"tostffistwtk1,*~ Tunnel rhenbe mm to coin resembliBghaQK*piecu*ig^jihioh the prosecutor, wj ~ ing. to which his property, "b3B88*** hiin to the at the loak-upthfe m6ro1 tiSRs/SSfUE wSf^uVlt&'d fettfMy1 if'he haeimy and one pound fromanother party.''-Eobert Gibson, the ptmmi.'ttiimhe wu a miner SWJMWtf & instant hein'<i6Bfp4jly wltfr BS* tfcfcte, Dunoan McKe'HbT.^Uid'Soirtt oh'hfk'lriiiik^ihp^heir teat'fttiey wore alone together s he had in hia left hand trousers pocket about fcrntom Jrt&Os c*n*Mi£i3o! tks forfeit I he the one ppand sixpenny peicd,' coin jn 4m" oouJdiiiotMant i, M;.!" feit corn was undOsWWly hts'properiy j when be awoke on Sunday -morning, he found he hod'been nibbed <utd told; bwtaata/aorTbe aooD*ed[ the Jjfctanir wfrobbiogjilm,. wfco replied do you think I would take w*wr ...

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The Caledonian Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

The Caledonian Sports. Theme popular sports came off yefltcr^^ with more than usual success. It was feaHM, after the threatening aspect of the weather on Wednesday and Thursday, that the leaden clouds which had gathered round iftr for forty-eight hours previously would termi nate unfavorably to the sports. But "both the weather and tho attendance proved welcome to the occasion, for the clouds during the day afforded shelter from old Sol, who made the effects of his rubicund visage felt on one or two occasions when he took a_ pcep^on the scene from behind the welcome curtain, which wa? drnyrn over him permanently about 3 o'clock, to the evident delight of the panting crowd. At this hourpoople sunpectcd Tonans not far off, but his thnnderirtgimiesty oWrg* ingly kept at a distance while the programme was being carried through., Tlio arrsnge nientu on the pourxe t^eoted.oUlcWditon tte Stewards and Committee of Management. Fronting the grandstand was a large roped circular fence* which a...

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Warwick Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

. Warwick Land Court. Xhb usual Monthly Land Court was held before Mr. Commissioner Hume on Tuesday last, when the following applications were disposed of: aOKEGTEADB. ?JWhri 3fatheson, 80 acres, Spring Creek. Accepted. Job. Cooper, 100 acres. Farm Creek. Rejected. .Jos. Bedford, 160 acres, Form Creek. Accepted. Pavid, Wallace, 100 aores, Farm CreeJcr Accepted. ' James Dtryer, 80 aores, Sogers Creek. Accepted. DaUd Danaher, 160 acres, Oakey Crock. ^ ^cowte^' Charles Dogg, 80 aores, Canning Downs. .Accepted. Sitnon Connel', 80 acres, Canning Downs. Rejected. John Dwyer, 100 acres. Canning Downs, Withdrawn COKDITIONAM. .IPfutfel. Jfeylan, 120 mires, Allor*.-With drawn. Datid Kennedy, 120 acres, Al lorn.-Accepted. Walter Stacey, 40 acres, Allora.--jAocepted. Adapi Gritz, 40 acres, Allora.-Withdrawn. Adam Gritr, 40 acres, AHora.-Accepted. The following applications for certificates wore conditionally granted, subject of the Bailiff's report: Samuel Morris, 30 acres, Lord John's Swamp. -...

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famine in Silesie. BERLIN, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

famine in Silesitu . Beb&n.' December 20. I A great famine is injuetlng the Inhabitants offJiYesifl, in consequence ofthfe Failure of the wheat and rye crops. It is repotted that there are: n6 leBs than eighty' thousand'per sons destitute. Measures hare been adopted by Government forthe relief of the distress.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] The Afghan War. CALCUTTA, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC) [Ugv.rEB'B TELEQBAUB.] The Afgbaa War. ' CAMUTTA, Dccemto 20 \ Gbitcral Gough marched with tke rein forcements on tho 18th, without opposition, and arrived at Jagdiillak Pass oil tho 19th. 1 Numerous bodice of Ghilzais were seen , hovering about, but they were nothing more \ than a mere rabble, and no organised enemy was encountered. The other tribes were 1 quiet. I General Norman is rapidly advancing, and ' has arrived at Pejunxn. ". , . . , CALCUTTA, December 2U Advices from tho front state that General Ooughis contiuuing to advance with the fly- . in# column. Yesterday's march was much harassed by the Ghilzais, and General Gough accordingly attacked and defeated thoti),' driving them from the heights. General Bright reports a general advance of the reinforcements from Peshawar. Ha expects to reach Gucdamuk in a few dnyer after which he will co-operate with the forces left behind by General Gough and odvanoe upon Cabul.

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Sheffield Election. London, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

SheffieldSection. Iiondon, Doceniber22. jur. waady, (jtj.,- the liberal candidate, was eloctcd for Sheffield by a narrow ma ?jority.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 December 1879

I WARWICKJttpr CLUB. NOTICE. *KTOHlNATION8 jrf Mtm for 8IBES' JM, .PBODUOH 8fAKBS, JAKtJABY lit, 1830. 1883. CIom on 1213 t. H. DUNLOP, SeoreUry. Notice to Si jtn-th# Govern Bank. Fli herdby Notified that applications for the~WiU)dHWll of Depadte cannot be rodved Uituftifl'thfc |at'ind '8th January ladiuit& daring OUoh-tiat the Hud Office will fee .dbet* m'/the ptrjwte ol preparing the Annual 8»»legi B»pk Ae#on»t». Deplete < hill, however, be Manfred u ulna] daring the aboT.etiwe, . . ':'AUeBtii>«k.»liOi«*Ued rto.the ravUtipn lint Ten-book* muit be teat to the Treasury «j»trl)Uoib.!tbk;31ft:J«wiMyf,tin order, that intereit m»y be entered, $0.; .And ^boee .wtoeend their ftpgladirootto the TreaiM9K**ir0 .Bpfc ihtopch>' Pn»ch (>ffloe, .re reminded of the neoeeotyofeoelfeiDg the .ddrau to whioh they widb their books ntacnod. i -r-.* -.,>,.*.£*01X01. The Treaiuiy, . Qaeenilud, 11th December, 1879- 1202 '' - TOsmLKDjpreraicjs. " BwtttilLMMs Art* of 1889. Dep...

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