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FRANKSTON METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

FRANKSTON MIETHODIST. The anniversary celebratidns in con nection with the above were held on Sunday and Thursday last, and were attended with great success. Good congregations were present at both services on the former day, and were treated to excellent sermons by the Rev William Hicks. On Thursday Tie l itms on the programme were suc ces fully gone through, being much ap preciated by the audience. The Rov. D J. Flockhart gave a masterly and appropriate address, and was accorded a most atteintive hearing. The Rev. Hy. Wallace acted as chairman, and Miss Olive Sherlock capably carried out the duties of accompanist. Dur ing the evening the chairman read a statement of the finances of the church, which showed things to be in a very satisfactory condition. The programme was as follows : Song, Couldn't, Could I?, Miss Tribe; song, Tosti's Good-Bye, Miss iB. Hallam ; address, Rev. D. T. Flock hart; duet., Oh for Thy Wings, O Dove !, Miss O. Sherlock and Mr Wykes ; song, Rose and in the ...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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CARRUM v. ERSTWHILES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

CARRUM v. ERSTWVHILES. A onesided game was played on the Carrum 'cricket ground, oh 'Saturday last, between the local club and a team from the-city, callod "The Erstwhiles." The home team only had six of their usual players, and were easily defeated by the visitors, who batted in splendid style, especially Finlay, who after making 45 retired. The only present able stores in the home team were C. Rigby 27, and G. Byers 24. The scores are as follows: C.tARUt. A Bethune, b Eddy ...... 4 T Bethune, c Jeanerett, b Finlay 7 "G Byers, b Swan . ... 24 C Rby, c Mitchell, b Swan ... o 27 A 1lgby, b Stewart ... ... . A Forsyth, b Finlay ... ... 2 1t Newberry, b Swan ...... J Green, run out ... ... O SV Watson, not out ...... O Sundries ... ... ... 3 -Total for 8 wickets ... ... 71 Bowling:-Finlay I for 17 Parsons 0 for 15, Eddy I for 18, Swan 3 for 13, Stewart 2 for 3. S ERSTWHIILES. Eddy, retired ... ... ... 31 Finlay; retired ... . .... ... 45. Parsons, c A Rigby, b T Bethune 19 Packman, c (...

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SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr D. M. Bett.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

SOMERVILLE. (Copies of the STANDARD can be ebtained from MrrD. M. Bett.) The Somerville cricketers journeyed up to Brunswick on Wednesday to try conclusions with the Brunswick Tram Employees, and were beaten by the narrow majority of 8 runs. The game was played on the new park, which is beautifully situated and nicely laid out. S. Martin was top score for So merville with 27, while C. Thornell and J. Taylor shared honors in the bowling department. Mr W. A. Shepherd, we regret to learn, is still in feeble health and prac tically redridden. The first consignment of fruit from Somerville went to Brisbane on Fri day, comprisiug W'illiam's Favorites, Emperors, and Williams' Pears. Very large consignments of fruit are going daily by train to Melbourne. Today some three or four hundred cases go away for shipment to Bata vian ports.

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LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

1,ANCWARRIN. A service of song was given 'in • the Methddist Church last WVednesday, when there was a fair attendance pre sent, Rev. H. Wallace occupying the chair. Miss Young presided at the organ, a-nd the soloists were Mrs t''Graw, Mr V. Ml'Graw, and miss "ain, a new arrival, wiho possesses a sweet voice. The feature of.the even ing was the fine readingofMrStranger, wpho received a cordial welcome in lappeciation of the generous aid .lbe has rendered to local societies 'in the

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HASTINGS v. BALNARRING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

HIASTINGSv'. BALNARRING. This match, in connection 'with the Peniisula Association, was played on Saturdayi 9th inst;, and resulted in an easy'wiii - for. the forrier. Hastings' made the respectable, score of-106 for 8 wickets;ofwhich total the two Reids, jun. and'senir., made 25 and 23 -not out, and blentiplay 22. E. Stanley (12) was 'op for Balnarring; Van' suylen coming next with 10. Scores IASTINGS. Roberts, b'yers ... .:.. ......1 :Reid, jnr', b Callinan .. .. 25 Marrabella,-stpd, b M'yes ..... 2 Sheehey, c, b Vausuylen ... .. 16 Reid, senr. not out ... 23 SMentiplii~-, iDavis ... ... H: Carmichael, stpd, b Stanley :..1 Ward; c,b Vauisuylen .. 7 A. T. Denham, b Vansoy len ... ?3 Sundries ... 6 Totalfor 8 wkts ... .. 10G - ALNASEIIINso. Myers. b Mentiplay ... YVansuylen, c, b Sheehey ... ... 10 Buckley, b Shechey . . . 0 E., Callaiaun,' b Mentiplay ... ... 2. E.'Stanley, b Reid, sentr.... ... 12 C. Callinan, c, b Mentiilay .. 0 Davis, b Roberts ... .. .. "7 T. Stanley, b Reid, s...

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HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

HASTINGS. (>ep:es of the STANDARD can be obtained from 1i7r 8. Orsino.) -, .-rThes?iiual nieetii? of the Hastings Tennis Club was held last week, the president (IMr J. BI. Watt) occupying the chair. The secretary's report and balance-sheet, showing a credit balance of 10s 9d, was received and adopted. Messrs J. Hodgins and T. Knox were appointed auditors. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year :--President, Mr A. T. Denham ; secretary and treasurer, Mr E. La mont; committee, Messrs M. Hoban, H. Knox, and A. Hodgins; selection committee, Messrs J. I. Watt and MI. Hoban. The secretary will be pleased to arrange matches with other clubs. At a public meeting held in the Hall on Friday, 15th inst., it was de cided to endeavor to form a company to erect baths at Hastings. The shares, which wecr, fixed at 10s, are going off well, and the committee formed to as certain whether the public are likelyto give the project sufficient support to make a success of it, are worki...

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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. TYABB. A CLOSE AND EXCITING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. FRANKSTON v. TYABB. A CLOSE AND EXCITING GAME: The two leading teams in tbe"above Association-Frankston and Tyabb- met in the Frankston Park on.. Satur day, when after a most exciting game the former were victorious by 19 runs. The bowling on both sides was splen= did, and small scores as a conse. quence were the result. Tyabb won the toss, and sent the .home team to the wickets. From the start both bowlers-Floyd and Mills-found and kept a good length, and thus the scor ing was slow. When Mills . clean bowled Baxter as he was just open ing out and scoring in his usually free style, there was great jubilation in the Tyabb ranks, who anticipated, and rightly, that the hope of the Frankston side had been disposed of. In quick soaeession thozremnalnng batsmen were rendered hors de combat, Burton being the only one to play the bowling with any confidence. He displayed- some nice strokes all round the wicket, and played sound cricket. 'He was even tually bowled by M...

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Mornington Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

Miornington Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Thulidrsday, 14th 1 inst., when there were present-Ors.. I Nunn- (chairman), Alston, Stevens, Male, Bradford, and Francis. . The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed on the 1 motion of Crs Francis and Alston. Cr Nunn read a letter received from Cr Flood, in which he applied for a months' leave of absence, stating that though he was gradually regaining strength, he would be weak for some considerable time. He had. left the hospital, and would return home the following day (Friday). On the motion of Crs Bradford and Stevens the application for a month's a leave of absence was granted. CORRESPONDENCE. From Jas. Mitchell, resigning his seat at the council, as he had not now the necessary qualifications. - This letter was received at a special meet ing of the council held the week pre viously. From W. S. Cook, in reply to coun cil's inquiry after the last ordinary meeting,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

You will pay just as much for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as for any of the other medicisncs, but .you save money in buying it. The saving is ii' what you get, not t:h.at you pay. The sure-to-cure-you quality. is in every bottle of this= remedy. and'you get good results .when you take it.' Buying cough medicine isan important matter. Neglected colds often develop serious, conditions. and wllc' you buy a coqtgh medicine sy! want to b el suire you are gettingi oic ti:it ,,ill cure your cold. When you- hbuyv Chanberlain's Cough Remedy you take no chiance:" It always cures. For sale by all storekeepers. AN INVITATION FOR 1909. C??dially Invite. yo to call, when next'i 'M lb6urne, at their.. Salesrooin, Is Elizabeth St., For a° -few minutes irest and :a refreshing Cup:-of Tea .(gratis). * Also ifC-h6',> reac3,y 4"using; -them i: WRITE ':AT-: ONCE f6'"FREE TESTING SAMPLES. Oflh Heir deli6 ? iPeas a?se i t:. ,, onestbis - o 30 Flinder- treet. Paper; . aileiom: i6 .Elizabethi-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

Public Notices F A Ritchie, S:GROCERy, PVINE, . AND' SPiRIT - - MERCHANT, :F,R,,A N K S T 0. Colonial Wines a Speciality FAIRFIELD VINEYARD- Bed Muscat, White Muscat Maderia. Port. "Sherry,l On Draught, 1/3 and 1/G qt. or 4/14 and 5/- gal. Invalid Port. Claret Chablis, etc., etc.. I to 3/6 bottle, pta. and qts. COLONIAL ALE. 6/.and 7/- dnz.; Gd and 71 bottl.--Wilcox's Cordials and Aerated Waters (Frackston Springs), and all Imported Ales. Stouts, spirits, etc., etc. stockd. Agent for Daily l'apers and Periodicals, special delivery GROCERY. DRAPERY. BOOTS, CBO2KERY. FANCY GOODS. ----Establi hbd 1S0- J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON Cabs Meet alla Trains. Parcels and Lugra-e received- ar.d promptly delivered. Hioes anduVebiclea for hire, Prices reasonable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. r. 3I has recently added to his plant by purchasing;Mr. J. Laurison's cabs. FO CASH ONLY. 25 lb. Flour, 2- Sd. 12 lb. Sugar 2s 41d. First Pick Jam, 5.d. 7 lb. Loose Oatmea...

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Frankston Progress League. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

"Frankston Progress League. A meeting of the above was held at the Mechanics' on: Wednesday even ing, when there were present :-Messrs T, Ritchie (chairman), Beale, Patter ron, Sheridan,-Pettit, and Brody (hon. sec.). The secretaryj reported that the.re cent open-air concert in the Park had rpsulted in a profit of £3,. the receipts amounting to £5 10s. Several small accounts in connection._with the con cert were passed for payment, as also were other, general accounts, the funds being' in a satisfactory condition. - THE CREEK. " The necessity of sonmaaction being takeni rogaeringthe t ,anook Creek near the mouth was tgreed upon as urgently required. The secretary said that the disgrace ful state of the creek was doing Frank ston much harm. Whilst'in town re cently he called at the Department's offices, and had been advised that it was no use the League coming to the' Minister as a deputation, but a gene ral meeting should be called, at which the councillors and shire- secretary shou...

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DROMANA. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr E. Rudduck.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

DROMA4A. (Copies f the STANDI?D can be oetained from Mr E. Rudduck,) On 9th inst., the s.s. Hygeia arrived with a full load of excur.sionists. The eighteen penny return tickets were at a premium in Melbourne. Various land agents took advantage of the Clacton-on-Sea, and did very wvell in disposing of allotments. in Dromana and vicinity. Messrs Gallagban and Co. sold over £500 worth of small blocks, and Messrs Vale and Sons, as well as the Clacton syndicate, transacted many sales. The Presbyterian church held a garden fete on the Esplanade, which, . ith tLieeforts of the Progress .A.so ciation, has been made a veritable? beauty spot. The fete consisted of stalls for the sale of kitchen utensils and ice cream, fancy work and re freshments, wvhilst the fish pond at tendants also did brisk business Variety was lent by the preseuce of " Aunt Sally," and a biograpli, etc. The net result is not known as yet, but will be published in a future issue. Dromana is still full of visitors, not a ...

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SUMMER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

SU:M-MER_--TIME- T-AB-LE MORI) NGTON PENINSULA. "1ELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON.l Sat. .. only p;. a.m. p.m. Melbournoe dep. .:: a..8.-2 5.30 Coarrum .. 2.32' 9 t 6.23 Frankston, "arr. 2:43 10.2. - 634 dep..... 2.48. 10.12 644 Lanuwarrin . t. Mornington Jn., arr. 3. 1027 6.5l ,r. ,, dep. 30.10.32 7.4 MIoorooduc " ". t t " Mornington, sr. ...- 3.30 10.52- 7.24 SCNDATs Oz.. a.m. Melbourne, dep ... 10450 Carrum : . 11.40 Frankston, arr. ... ... 10.51 , dep. ... 11.56. . pm Langwarrin .. .. 12.9 Mornington Junction, arr. ... 12.15 ý" ,,, -..dep. ... '12.20. Moorooduc .....12.26' Mornington, arr. ... ... ,12.38 MOBN[NGTON TO MELBOURNE. Sats. only pm am pm Mornington, dep ... 1 24 7 45 4 55 Moorooduc ... t t . ornington Jn., arr.; 1 40 83 5 13 "I : .. ...dep?lM 0,«.:..Sfs8. --, "- 1B F'rankston, at -.. 2 5. 822 5 32 S- dep ... 2 8 8 30 5 40 Carrum .: .. 232 8 41 5 51 Melbourne. arr ... 3 42 948 72 SuNDArs OsNr. pm Mornington, dep ... ... 7 10 tloorooduc 7 18 Mornington Junction, are ... 7 25 Lan...

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Bad Breath. THE TONGUE IS THE INDEX. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

Bad -Breath. I'HE TONGUE IS THE INDEX. Your breath is foul, but you do not perceive, it youself.: You are like a person who is always among the oils and varnishes-you get used to what is to many people a lmost obnoxious smell. Itis most disagreeable to those with whdm you come in contact. A slight Headache, a Bad Breath and a Coated Tongue, are the first symptoms of Stomachic Disease. Take time by the forelock, and intercept germination; arrest the germs ere they. develop into disease. A pill in time may save days of splffeing. Look at your.tongue in the looking glass every night and morn ing, and if it is at all discolored take a couple of Dr MIorse's Indian Root Pills. Theywill remove theobjectionable mat ter from the stomach, regulate the system' and sweeten the breath. " One or two of these- Pills taken once or twice a week will ensure a well-regula ted system, fortified against all disease. Dr -Morse's Indian Root Pills are a searching remedy,-and are a'permaneit and positive r...

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Frankston Athletic Sports SETTLING UP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

Frankston Athletic Sports ] SETTLING tP MEETING. A meeting of the committee of the above was h'eld on Monday evening. The president (Cr Sherlek) occupied the chair, and there were also present.: Messrs Moseley, Stephenson, C. G. IV. Williams, Richardson, Mark Williams, McComb, Stokes, Walker, Sheridan, Marsh, Ritchie, Dalman, Willox, Pownall, Cuthbert, Chamberlin, Dr. Wilkinson and the hen. see. (\T G. Pettit). The secretary submitted an approxi mate balance-sheet, which showed re ceipts amounting to £94 Es 9d, and an expenditure of £78 17s Gd, leaving a credit balance of a little over £15. The statement was considred very satisfactory, and the balance-sheet was received. The matter of refunding the money paid by members last year to make up the deficiency of about £20, was the cause'of much discussion. MrStephenson introduced thlesubject, and was of opinion that it u s only fair and just that those who paid to make up the deficiency last year should have their money refunded. It wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

Am? aements. , - TYABB RECREATION:GROUND SPO1TS MEETING (Li.registered). FEBRUARY Ist, 19o9. ANA DAY. First .Race to Start at One. O'clock sharp. MAIDEN PLATE. too yds-ist 5ts, second 5s,. nom Is SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 130 yds-First tio?, secofd i5s, third 5s: Nom Is 6d. acc Is BICYCLE -HANDICAP, about 2 miles First £2, second L., third los. Nom -s, ace Is BICYCLE HANDICAP, I mile - First 'i ifds, second los. - Nom is 6d,?acc 6s BICYC.E,' HANDICAP, half-nille-First tr .second 5s. Nom Is, acc 6d UNDER:HAND LOG CHOP-First £1 jc,. second los (competitors to find ow i logs. 42ii in circumference., nless mate). Nom is6d.acc 6d THiP-." ING AT WTICKET. 22 yds *. -it - 'Post entry 6d [two tries] citry 6d PUT;I .G THE SHIOT-First 7s 6d, se cond 2s 6d. Post eiitry 6d. CONDITIONS-In all events 5 Entries must be received or the event will bo held overn: Three competitors must slart in any nomination event or on'y one prize will be given. All competi tors must be bona fide residents for three month...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

For peason's Trade c; DALMAN, Frankston.BOnm !r inufl Is prepared to Fill All leasonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES-RIGHT - GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. LADIEP' AND GENTS.' TGHT BOOTS &,SHOES I Splendid Assortment.S. REPATIRS' NATLY' EXLOUTED EOOTB and SEOES MADE to O0DER, Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRANKSTON. T. RITCHIE AND CO. PRANKSTON; ;Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce; n Stock. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept. ................. Small Goods of Every Description Fresh Daily. Hides .and Skins Bought............... Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. The immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Pro Frootoids are elegant iuappearanc nd pleasant to take; they are immensely more valuable than an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clogg...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

LOCAL AND CENERAL. Reports of cricket matches, and other items will be found this issue on our fourth page. Tne annual meeting of members of the Frankston Mechanics' Institute will be held as per advertisement, on Thursday evening, January 28. TEgNoEns are invited in this issue; re turnable at 11 o'clock on Tuesday, January 26, for sanitary service at Hastings, duties to commence on 1st February. M?. and Mrs F. W. Jones, " Spring Farm," Moorooduc, will be "at home-on the evening of Wednesday,February 3rd, and will be pleased to receive friends. THE Franktd i junior cricketers jour e~3od-sswaarmoteattoe -e -nasteraayctry conclusions with The Point lads. After an enjoyable game, the visitors were vic torious by a nice majority. THERE is talk of a match for £5 be tween two .'rankstcn pedestrians-H. Booth and. G. Barnett. The former has challenged the latter, and should the run take place, it is sure to create consider able local interest. Ix view of numerous enquiries, we are asked to ...

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Help Your Newspaper! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 23 January 1909

Help Your Newspaper ! The greatest aid you. can give your newspaper is your Jon PainTrIoa. If yon donot feel able To run an advertisement. surely you can afford to give the h-nire paper your cards, dodgers, biliheads, envelopes" and all' business printing t, execute. The newspaper man need. it. and it helps him to pay his printers for setting up the thousand and one free notices he gives you andyour town ; but don't give it to the printer that can give you no such return, u and- is pendine neither time, money, nor brains in helping to build up yosir district. The time maji come when a country ewspaper can live simply on the revenue derived from ad vertising and subscriptions, but no ordi nary newspaper in an osdinnr- distr-c can exist without the auxiliary support derived from job printing. herf,,rre.-if yen want aTgood newOspaper--oic tiN i can still further help you and. your town-orIVE IT TOUR Jon Pur..TIN. "

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Tyabb Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 30 January 1909

Tyabb Athletic Sports. The following are the handicaps in connection with the above sports to be held on February 1st (Monday next) : BICYCLE EVENTS: 2 ?1. 1A. M. . yds yds H. D. Allison ... 10 10 scr. L. Connell ... 10 10 scr. J. MIcLe!lan ... 10 10 scr. WV. Kay ... 10 10 ser. yds H. Haddock ... 10) 50 25 . P'errott ... 110 55 25 G. Barton ... 120 60 30 H. J. Bacon ... 130 70 - G. Longmuir ... - 40 31. Peterson ... - 40 1'. Bacon ... 140 80 40 T. Barclay ... 150 90 45 S. Westaway ... 100 90 45 L. G. Cole ... 90 45 T. Longmuir ... - 90 45 F. E. Shepherd ... 90 45 F. Lcessing ... - 1C) 50 The handicaps of H. Evans. W. F. Wilson, E. Savage and-F. W, "Lang are withheld until conditions are complied with. Loc-Cnor. V. H. Ward .... .. scr. P. Vausuylen ... ... scr. secs. L. Insigneri 12 R. Unthank 12 J. J. King ... ... 12 F. Barclay 12 G. Longmuir ... ... 12 J. War ... ... 12 W. Longmuir ... ... 12 J. T. Baker ... ... 15 yds A. Ii. Young ... ... 5 E. ower ...... -8 G. Slocombe.... ... 10...

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