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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

New Time Table. Trains leave Tatura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arrives at 11:56 :p.m. and 8.26 p.m. North-Easterq train leaves Mel bourne 6.40 a:m.and 2.55 p.m:; arrives in Melbourne at 11.10 a.m. express~ from Seymo.nz aMd&.9I-. m. ordi-: nary. o6ulburn Valley trains arrive at Seymour 9.10 a.m. and 6.47 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne, 9.88 a.m. and 7.58 p.m. i *

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

oDuring the pastr few weeks farming operations having been rapidly pushed ahead. It is many years since cropping was so far advanced at this stage of the season as at present. The early sown crops are up and are growing splendidly particularly oats. 'A considerable area of new ground will be put in this season It is not likely, however, 'that the total area uinder crop will muoch exceed that of last year, as in most cases where new land is being cropped, old. land is being left out for a. Xert. Thanks to the ichneumons and the frosts, our recent guests, the locusts, are nearly all dead, consequently grass is growing well for the season of the year, and fron' present appearances we have theprospect of having good feed all the winter.. . A good deal of work has been done during the last three weeks in the way of forming the streets of our little town, some of.. the work done is certainly likely to be of lasting benefit; but in inme cases quite the reverse is 'the case. We do not for o...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

A tor of Nlew Zealand cheese recently sold at 8# per lb. in Brisbane. The Hon. Ewd. Richardson, Minister of Public Works, speaking st a meeting at Kaiapoi, Canterbury Province, an nounced that it was his intention to bring in a Bill to co~atitute three elected boards, one for the Auckland district, one for Napier, Wellington, and Tara naki, and one. for the, South bland, which would be empowered to hear com plaints regarding rates and other mitters in connection with tho' management of the railways, and to make recowsmeo datipes thereon to the Mljnislpr,.

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KYABRAM UNION [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

.THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. ro TiHO ED TOlR OF T''HE KYABRAhM UNION S Sir,-Councillor 'BaldwinI havinig ca. ried' a resolution in the Shire Council which ciiniits that body to celeliratinig in sone iiianir th e Jubilee of our g aeious Qu'een, and as Coniceilor.Balhi Iwin 'and the; Council- in common' with nearly 'overyi other pubhllo b;ly5 in* the. ol6ony, soemt tB he unable to decide oin a means of ,carrymng out the proposal, a few .suggestions from i a loyal. subject mayi;-perhaps,: prove acceptable to our councillors.' . With your -permission I will p'ublishl"a few which have ooccured to me. T,',l'ih?Jijilee miglht be very filly cele brated iy raising the salaries of all the oeetwiForked and unider-paid servanits of puhlic;.Iodlies in the. Shire, on a scale regulated according to merit-the Secre tary to the Tatura Mechanics' Institute to be placed on the very highest rung of the scale.. Or Ihere is another. - It was remarked by a leading clergyman of Taturs, at a recent tea.-meeting, t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

Recently: Mr 'lit: lHat l a;, of 'Kansas, U.8'4 sent for distribution amongst farines in'tbe dry districts of this colony a qunhltity of seeds of the amber sorghum canl.: The Department of Agriculture distributed the seed, and Mr. West, of Mooroopna, has forwarded to the de partment a splelndid speciLen of the cane, which is twelve feet in height. It mulces good fodder and grows luxuriantly in n dry country. This is the cne a fr which golden syrup is obtained. Mr.`; West has a splendid crop, and It lsrgu atea is. likely to be sown next year. -4

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TAILORS' TRADE SECRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

TAILORS' T1'RADE BEORETS. Some interesting revelations regard ing the tailoring trade were made in the Supreme Court, of Tasmania, in the case of Burns v. Bidcncope. One wit ness, a tailor, who was called, said that he had had 16 years' experience, and had worked in England, Scotland, Ire land, Melbourne, and Adelaide, but never until he came to Hobart did he hear of tailors' work being divided into first, second, third, and fourth classes. The workman was paid not according to the work, but according to the material. " But," queried the Hon. Alfred Dobson who was examining him, " that would not be so, for instance, in the case of Mr. Jenninge ?" (Laughter.) ".Oh, yes," was the witness' reply, "the work Inan would just get the same as for an ordinary pair of trousers, but Mr. Jen nings would haveto pay extra." Further questioned witness said the workman was paid less for making up inferior than for superior cloth, although the amount of work put in might be in each case the same. Th...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

-iF lrnERCIALt INTELL[IxENCE PIGODUlOC ItEPORTS :T io grain arirket has been oztrcinely d(ll ?ery little coi tinj in' The prices remain uat S srs, Villis ani? Co. report the :o orket ns fllows-ov -Wiat, ,s.or i ; larleoy, `.4s 7d+ gsd e.unples-,++ ots, from 2s 4d to :-?a' - -'ho ,followigslg are; thet consignees now + t'lyitg:attnt it'rlutnrh?lylw 'station :-W. Ilynon, Wootton,L Laiillow,'ltatliffeo, Daly ?i: l Wdoo d.at t ,Willianms cl;ollll and Co., Grait, FHltlkynMlr tl ihi Johiison, O'hanu - ceisy, DIouldgoleohin,i Browvn, Johnston and Co,' La iSleyv 1tenlo-,; DO, Io- S1hiool' No. 1874. lItv. S. I arriS, Dr. Car?oy," Hunter nid Dalglish. lThc followingarc the exports: fr'oithe railwvy elatio n F"- or lo ?l W . Total 620 Mesars.eJ 'N3idti t' i iidtim Coo.'s IMatrke remli?t :-At"?Mo'lci io; bn i d ' May (first t,..loridy In the month), we yar:ed 341 cattle, .a large ploportion good to prime fat heavy, weigbts; and 8l soucep. Thorn.wns a large +attedilance of bbvers front.' all idc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

For Sale -..; - ·. ., ! ; : : F o r S a l e : : . ... ; . . . I )UL Purple Straw SEED WHEAT,r frlco foin any mixture, tmay e lhad by applyiuigto` L.. IS:1 BYRNE, SBaldwinsville. FORl SALE. CIIEVELIER? SEED BARLEY, . fromi Mr :Hugh Drum's farm. Ap l y to F. WILLTAMS & CO.;:' Taturn. Notice to Faimers. SIRST-OLASS :Seed. WHEAT, :,1BAR ;EY, :"(:Bnttledne or, Cr iie) `ainl OATS" for Sale at 'Day' Fldur - ill, Sbouth Murchision... i ' ,.1 . ANN DAY, 21stMairch, 1887'. + . . .,?R f E ;: ý:iB :R O :, tdOULleastr 'VAL :Y. NUXSERY, M Q R 0 OP AA S a: ;ao .plendid;lot of RUIT TREEIS FORiSALE'at 12s. peri: dlozen;: Oranges andt Leoiaotib:'18s l per dozen, £6G l0s? pr 100, £55 'pr1000: : ti?r ,ies~ e £7 per 1000'or ;£1per 100. Cuttings ditto, 15al.per 1)00. OChoice table, ?aisins, : : (Gordo Blinco)n. ailil currant' varieties, l 10 per 1000,' £1 ';s ,per 100,' Is 1pe dozen. Cuttings ditto, a, pier 1000. 'Shade and Shelte.r,'iees, 7s. , id. `per dozenai, 0: Os. per ". Send for, our p"eed...

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NEW ZEALAND ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

NEW ZEALAND ITEMS. Nrw Zealand Volunteers amount to 10,309 eflicients. Two Maories lately shot at Ormond, Poverty Bay, on a charge of witchcraft, by several other natives. Over 50 tons of pure honey was er ported last season from the Auckland province alone, andl this season it is anticipated that there will be 100 tons for the same purpose over and above local consumption. By the arrangements made by Mr. Dobson, of Napier, with Messrs. Tyser and Co., of Napier, to run a new line of cargo-carrying steamers between New Zealand and .London, fror.en meat will be. carried ai * per lb. lower than the rate at -iresent charged by the New Zealand Shipping and Shaw-Savill and Albion Co.'s lines. The Maori population number 41,627 persons, including 89,363 full Maoris, and 2,264 half-casts living as members ,ofMairi tribos.;ln.the European census 201 Maori wives of European husbands are enumerated, and 1,957 half-casts living amongst Europeans. Thus the total population of the colony amounts ...

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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

EN(*LISI- AND FORIEIGN. We lhaie so often lamented our lost commiercial supremacy of aInto (remarks the St. Jame's Gazette) that it is well to remind ouroelves occasiorially that all is not quite lout yet. The Su?s Canal traffic.returis for 1886 have just been published, anl- show that: last year 77 per cent.of the total tonnage was British, precisely the same proportion as in 1885. The -:earest approach to our own marine, with its 2,?00 ships of 4,000,000 tons burden, was the French, with 170 nhips of less than 500,000 tons. Holland comes next with 120, ships of 220,000 tone, closely followed by Germany with 153 ships, but l .-1v 209,000 tons. It is noticeable, hower r, that, though other countries show a decline from the pre vie s year, Germany and Austria show an increane of some 18,000 tons between thei-..: America passed six ships, in cluding both imerchant and navy vessels, through the canal in 1886, against only three it 1885; while of the remainder Italy claims the greater n...

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IMMENSE TOMATO YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

13:IEtEflb TOMATO YIELD. "lfhe Daeil1 'elegraph'' Agricultural re p'. ' say:--" A return of £250 pel .anerl seems an incredibly large amlounlt, ;b?ill greiter will be the surprise whenl it 5i Iuieuttioned that this rate per acre has ;been inade this season from a small tilrinnto p1teh in the Goullurn Valley, i'ilitriet, tliat has too long been con. nidered as only fit for. the production ol vheiat. List July Mr. J. West ol lluoronopnn, who residence is situated on *tlie left' bnakl of the Goulburn River, ,c ,nstructeIl a hothed a few feet square inl extent, awndl Ihere lie sovwed ablout six ,pennyworth of tliinto seel . The seed ,of several varieties were put in, but kept .sper'ite, with .the view of ascertaining :the variety best suited tS the soil and ,c;itlnate. In September the young plants were.fit for transplanting, care,of courbe, being taken during the earlier stages of .their growth to protect the Iotbed from .the frots by a movable can vas shade or .covering.. The plants, ...

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SERIOUS FIRE AT NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

*:SERIOUb ;Fi'lI ? . iAT NULI Uil Alnut irlf-pastl~t o'clock on Tdensday .motriing a fire brol;e out on the pre.isaea of iir. ]. Segrave i-,baer, r Melvillo Streeti'Nnnurkahl It wan" discovered 'by tiiynneng nici inamoed ,. Mairton ;and H ui~ze, colnpousiiors in the Stan dadofi e, while they were returning ,home ;fou their work. They itnnie .diately li6e 3br. Segrare and rang the idre bei ?j'Ol proc eding to the back .door,i; tt fiond thpt lhis bake linnise ,W?:' fr. Th :flames had oaken l .?:iil6 wirondi'$rk and were b +ginning tiU uiaid to the adjoininig house, witi, was occutpied .by Mr. S. Block. Fottliately there wae not much win,1, nnd y l?int of hard work on the part of the ouilodkers, the fir. was pre ,vented ff6ni taking a firm' hold of this -place, and it eseapid with a severe scorch ifng. " It was useless trying to save the bakebouse, as it'was inearly dlemnolished ibefore the crowd gathered, consequently -tbhe effqrts of the workers were directed .t, saving the fu~riture...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

The tree planting senson is fast ap proaching, and *oe think it would beo advisable if one of our local councillors took a strola round the tree-guards, and' take note of the quantity.-that died during last summner, and have them .re placed with trees that would .be ',iore useful and ornamental than sii.mnaiy. blud gums. They have only to boeasaked for, the expense is very, trivial;~ aid tlidbenltti to be derived is well lhnownlt;f'tiitjisil have ever been iii SnilhiureT, 'i stlL nmaine, or,any other town. - .- - .TWe Victoiry, Lord Neirn's'ft ghFlp, it is rqpgrted, is: to have masts put into hler:nao,more,annd to be:-:totredliout to, Spitlheal to serve as fthgighip on tUie ncce Airn of tlIe ibJdibii?mr ?iihvil l revinlew; T']r lieili) y Ip/iderI ljirrgrtl or0;Jnutj sliip i. thIe rnIvy,; is, n..r far a rann le aserrtntmiel, tihe loli?ei?i-'li :l' 7 i4'irn.' fito t; ,inr tol o nirmi o wlmie!i ?hi? Ir?,?,?r, h?ri Irrin tlitrq by B3ritirsio.nnrs .rf-ur al ryr sOine a riii erirlret? inf...

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DEATH OF A MISER FROM STARVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

3131TilOF A "MISER FROM.i *;,., ' ,"": S'TAVATIONY "'; , ThIodeath apparently from starvation and in si;unlid surroundings- of. an old mier. wlio is a id to live been poss'eseod of £10,000, :formedl :tle sniject] of a nmgisterlid' inqo!,',:wlolh; wnas ~com monced yestoerdy I J.' 3.TLait, J.P., at Colllngwood. Tl(bo dee?? d?sol an:: Chinles Mrltyr MI:Qeen,ci. age; GO, for nmerly a draper nod ainer, but latierly a Inlihurer, who was founid dond:in hisronin ?libot six o'clncklon Smudayiiilight.i He hand-rented thle oom riom 1liss:Janl Moirton, No. 9 Gipps-sirect, ;paying 4s.. i week ;six weeks preniously; into this iroom nobne was admitted 'dnil i 'Qneen bcenlnfihnwl at fiort'ighl;';, ago, wlien his JiIidlndyltook lin..i!je .somto food occa sionally. During the foyr pi.celiiilg iveeli be bii1ilgonie to o work iegulnrly, but always, seclelolI Pliimself in his lonmin b hIis .reurn.;l .Lnite lvhli,: doomilailnd of asthmlli, lihiastjo ilT I*noed, sinlobbi le"lgo swtelljed,; butrhlio woullh...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

EUROPEAN TELEGRiAIS. Thle trial of the fifteen persons who were arrested on the charge of having been implicated in the recent plot to murder the Czar of Russia has been concluded. Seven of the prisoners have been condemned to death, anl the re mainder have been sentenced to penal servitude for life. The Russian fleet in the North Pa cific is shortly to be increased to twelve vessels. A bitter feeling continues to exist between France and Geirmny with to gaitl to the difficulties which have oc ctirred in Alsace-Lorraine. The resi 'dents on the frontier roegrd war as in evitable. ; , SA state of seige has been proclaimed in Alsace-Lorraine. The Emperor of Germanyordered the' release of lI. Schnabell, ;the' iFrenchl o0licer who was arrested on the frontier, on the ground that theli:invitist;en given .to hiim bs the Germainl police :to 'enter German territory iwas. equivalent' to a ". 'M. Scinabell :is to rIeti're from hi' position as a police inspector on a pen-. sion liich hias been,...

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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

WVE SHOULDBLOT OU2 DIS EASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES* The disease commences with a slight derangement of the stomach, but, if neglected, it.in time involves the whole frame. embracing the kidneys, liver, pancreas, and in fact the entire glandular system; and the afflicted drags out a tiuserable existence until death give? relief from suffering. The disease is often mistaken for other complaints; but if the reader will ask himself the following questions he will be able to determine whether he himself is one of the afflicted ;-Have I distress, pain, or difficulty in breathing after eating? Is there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow tinge? Does a thick, sticky mucous gather about the gums and teeth in the mornings, accompanied by a disagree able taste? Is the tongue coated? Is there pain in the sides and back ? Is t,here a fullness about the right side as if the liver were enlarging ? Is there costiveness? Is there vertigo or dizzi tess when rising sudde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

Trade Addresses.: _ t:. ?u , , ;.' O M A S BAZ E LE Y' , S,., (Late of Moira) CRITERION HOTEL, (Late J. TIERNEY'8), 'i: IRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION, unremitting attention; and ev! ' a· .. t?.''-i; obtainable gmfort are offered to., a: :e....... BOARI1ERS and the TRAVELLINIG PUBLIC. -" " 'ie Wineis tand fa Optrita are Personally Selected trose 'l the'" r .Iso, :"-! l's.... ," tocks of the best Proelmgycras., . · .: .,,. eJ. B7,:'BILI ?IRDS 'BILLIARDSI t BILLIARDS, 1It1?, ' , HORSES and BUGGIES always on HIRE. Exteniivo and comfortable . 'STABLING 'ACCO'MMOD TION.,,: HOGAN'S COCMMERCIAL HOTEL ° TATU R I ""iiOMAS HOGAN begs to intimate to the surrounding inhanbitanits and . public generally that Superior Acconimmodationi and Moderate Charges' are i,: h speciality of this first-class hotel . ' 'i ': in . :: All lAnews of time Best Brands and go ret Qsallt y only' . BILIARDI A D l;t i : BILL IDRDS I! BILL.IRDS !! SUPERIOR, STABLING and I ACCOMMODATION` IADDOC'KS. .: i,-':",:"· -Herses and B...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

.IPULISHniCD EVErRY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MAY 6,. 1887. Tihe Tatura corrrespoindent to. the Goulburn Valley. Yoeman must' be& a gentlemnn of a n exttoeiely conscientiohs tu;.n io oinild. ; Ore' can 'ensily ?necy what a veryl high ,winded aida honour able individuall he namut be, nod' when we lead his sti iet?es.'u on his fellow man, we caanot butlihold up our hands and excla;,n " Wiiat a really good mind is his'who sdeed tii faults "of others so clearly; and fails not to expose them to tire eyes of the intelligent'reraders or thie. 1Yoemnan ? " indeed' we are peO sundedl that so good 'iid son genoio s is thie lge heart of thlinphilarinthrophi , that 'while his gerrerous sensitiveo pi it is torn and hilrrowed by thire aclion of e:.posing the failings' of others, lie willi;rily sacrifices himself poln'tihe'al~ar ofa-lul.y, conveys delica!ely as posoibil to the publiu the intl i?ognct that'another unforluni.e has, alas: strayed fromn the path of teetiludo. This conclusirn is fotrced ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

*'"-^ N'o·.-.'".NOtices;'""-='- - 1 SA DYANCE on WOOL, GRAIN, S _&c., STOCK, STATION-PROZ IDUCEofallkindu. , " ' 'Noe , Zealand Loan and, Mercantile Agency 7 .,Company (Limited) 'OA TAL ... - 43,500',000 ,. RESRVE FUND ... £265,000! S..Make, 'Lilibral Cnshi Advancos on S Statiaon &'irities,'-- . S'Ennuiing Clips 'f W?Wool, Grain, &. :FOR SALE in MELBOURNE, : S 'Or :SHIPMENT 'td- LONDON. Auction SalCi' bf, Woolilield r'ggunlrly tlhioughout tlhoseaSon.' '' S: iAction ."Sleis df 'Tallow'," iHeis, :Sheleplakins; Leithe,'&ic ,"thlree tines a Sweek tlhrough?nutthte year. SAu'ctioirSnles -of Grain, Flour, c., belId every Wilednsday. ' D]AV'D ELI~DER, Mana.er. i' SI.iYOUNGHUSBAND,;c' ., . iei,,'rilalnd Proailnce 'Minnrg_. 'M[elbloiire Wool and Grain'Whrhohdu ses, '.:.. '-" "' -CollinBL-trent'?W's t. "v.' ': j -.fl :Pianos. Pianos. Organs. Organrv . ,F.U;::R.:: . ;, FU.R LO N .. V. 8'45 Swanston-street; . (Four doors from.Bourke-street.) ~..Piasnos by::iRiinis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

AUSTRTACT OF SALES. I J.G. S owert Stock Satle, yabnram yaird , ^%2511i i sto : ." " : " ".:.L. , .3'cist; Teogiui altd Co..-Tmorso rale a Na. gamble, On tho 20th inist.".?" .. dlesere..T. I*Namira and "Co.-S-ipp aetoOi Stock Sale, on Tuesday, 10:h May., Wanted;. DISTblCT AGEXNTS WANTED: , for the PHcENIX FIRE OFFICE. of LONisDON , '. n-ablished 1782 "over Oton Iundrtid ycair Iaosses paid over A15, 000, 000, Accuroultri td futls excee'i £i1, t0 000,0 " A'tnual Income ...... dre £0800, 000, , Linwest Viitcs Piompt and Liberanl settloment of olaittds" .:'?'tVitoiitBrnnch 9l 1?inket ildihlngos. "r`:, .:. , . - ,W itliamn s tnt eet,' ctelbouttt iI. MANFIELD TAYrO.t' 1VI I %l lepthibliit ft rtttt t:ttiim bi- ' i , - ri."r. , n grtr. it- . l 1?'all 1> Jt lN'I ru clit tit'iill i ; I vriyt ibile h fli, rt ..il othl ,r.." ri d,. very , uo? . I . r. , . :l.. ? , tal: lt-l[ N I',, ' '- nbe , : . , Notice. A Safe Investment and "a CHANCE of £1000. LAVERTON THE NI YV MODEL SUBURB OF MELBOURNE...

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