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LABOUR IN COALITION CABINET WORK OF MR. ARTHUR HENDERSON. A VALUABLE DEPARTMENT. London, Nov. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

.AeOU -. IN COALITION CABINET WORK OF MR. ARTHUR I HENDERSON. S. VALUABLE DEPARTMENT. (By Our Special Correspondent.) S London, 'Nov. '2. Than the Right Hon., Arthur Hen 'derson, M.P., who is the' executive., head of the Labour niovement in this country there is no more strik-.1 ing personality in the Coalition 'Cabinet. He is one of the few really strong men whom the war has rought prominently to .the front. Whilst others possessing brilliant .attainments which made them the lions of the hour, both in fashion -ble' and political circles in the "piping times of peace" have been s'?ielved, men of a simpler but stronger type have come into their own. In Mr. Henderson are em bodied the finest characteristics- of the English democracy, whose ;ound loyalty, solid commonsense, and unselfishness have so often 'found expression at the Labour Con ference, at which this champion of the just claims of the working classes has been an outstanding figure. He has ever guarded their interests, and ...

Publication Title: Western Argus
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PRIEST HEROES. THE MEN'S GRATITUDE. SERVICE UNDER FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

PRIEST HEROES. THE MEN'S GRATITUDE. SERVICE UNDER FIRE. One of the outstanding features of the present war is the oool hero ism of the chaplains serving with the troops -at the front, :.writes the Paris correspondent of the .Central News." Nobody who had experience of it will ever forget the magnificent 4d. votion shown by the priests of Bel gium during their country's- agony; nobody who reads the, frequent lists of "OCt.ations" in the French papers can deny. the existence of the samno spirit among the clergy of France, 'whose actions on the field of battle have won the expressed admiration of even the most bitter anti-Clert cals.. Many British chaplains, too, have been mentioned in despatches. A little time ago an open-air ser vice for British troops was: being held at a certain spot only a short distance behind the front, The chaplain was in the act of address ing a large body of men when he net with a startling iiiterruptioa in the shape of enemy shell-fire. One shell fell within...

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THE TANKS [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

THE T H;I e ,.i-n*1 Corporal J. A. Holland, a native of Dublin, who is serving with thb Canadians. gives an excellent de serintion, in the Dublin "Freeman's Journal'.' of the new war engine, ,"The Tanks." Having given an account of the progress of "The Great Offensive" and the part taken by the Canadian troops in the various battles, he continues: Who shall tell what is in tle minds of the men to whom this cataclysm of fire and sound is but the, marking of time; the prelude to the great climax. There comes a strange sound on the 'wings of the wind; no shell yet made purrs like that. Everyone is curious, and heads and bodies are exposed rs ardless of the warnings of singing aullets droning t!rough the air like living bees. What the devil is that there mov ing towards us on the right? No. Yes-it is a 'Tank l" Out of the dawn-blush crawls a monster; a toad-like thing lumber ing in the shell' wallows; a mam moth of thousands of years ago, shaking the caked mud of centuries from its scal...

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THE COLOUR OF WARSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

THE COLOUR OF WARSrIPS. The history of tl colouring of British warships is a r~omance in itself. To-day the colour, giving in. visibility. is a matter of life and death; but in the old days, before the invention of long-range gunfire, colouring was more a matter of fancy. Accordingly, in the Tudor day a blazing red signifying death without quarter, was the accepted colour for all British warships, and men, stripped to the waist., climbed over crimson bulwarks when they boarded the enemy's vessel. In Elizabethian days, crimson was abandoned for more varigated colours-as we can discover from old documents. The bill delivered for painting the Revenge, the re nowned ship of Sir Richard Gren ville, has fortunately been. preserv ed, and from it We learn that the Revenge had a black hull with upper works painted in the Tudor colours- green and white. But the Elizabethian age of peasantry and colour passed away, and Cromwell's strict rule took its place. Just as the men of that period wore ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

WEDDING. SCfIOLEY-JENKINSON.-- At the Anglican Church, Norseman, on 13th . December, 1916, Private Ernest Scholey, of Blackboy Hill. to Elizabeth Alice Jenkinson, of Norseman. DEATHS. SMITH.--At Bardoc, on 23rd De- cember, William Smith, the be- loved husband of Mary and father of Kathleen; aged 50 years. R.I.P. BELL,-At Kalgoorlie Government Hospital, on Tuesday, 26th De cember, Molly, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bell, of Menzies; sie.Qer of Herb., on ac tive service. At itts. Deeply mourned. McCABE.--On 27th December, at 80 Hopkins-sf,, Boulder, Jack. Wib fred, dearly beloved son of Rich ard and Emily McCabe, and bro ther. to Eileen, Daphne, Phyllis, and Oswal; aged .14 days. A bud in heaven., IN MEIORiA M. JONES.-In loving memory of mi dear brother, Llewelyn, who was accidentally killed >at' the. Lady Miller, Norseman, December -27, 1911.' Time has passed and still I miss him, Words would fail my love' to tell; But in heaven I hope to meet him, Jesus doeth all thin...

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THE Western Argus PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. KALGOORLIE, JANUARY 2, 1917. THE OLD YEAR AND ITS LESSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

TIlE /esterr rgqus PUBLISHED EVERY. TUESDAY. KALGOORLIE, JANUARY: 2, 1917.! THE OLD YEAR &XND ITS - LESSOGRN. Now that 1916 is numbered with the years that were, it. is well. to look back on the history of t-e.past 12' months, before glancing hipeful ly and.cheerily along the vistas of the- New Year. The. value of his tory consists of its educative influ-! ences.- Consideration. of the mis-I takes, the snisapprehensions, the, errors-and also of the ~uccesjc and accomplished facts of the pBst- is the best guide to the future. It. is impossible, in looking over thei records of 1914, not to recognise that inteverything- in politics, local and Impeyal, in businei, in .iadus-i try; .from -wheat growing tr gokld prodtietion, from ship-building- to munitions ?nanufacwre-thle -wai has been the all-dominating influence anil factor. It has been a year of great .events, but not' ?t decisive acconiplishmen-ts-a year of patient and resolute enduranee that augurs 'well for - the iultimate...

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SEVEN YEARS AT SEA. MISS BETHIA BOYD'S CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

?ESEEN YEARS AT SEA. MISS BETHIA BOYD'S CAREER. "I go to sea because I like it." Miss Bet-hia Inslie-Boyd, purser of the British ship Claverdon, now at Sydney from' New York, made the foregoing remark to an "Evening News" reporter who boarded the vcssel at Woolloomooloo Bay. The yopng lady began her sea life whel 14 years of age, and as she has kept at it for seven years, Miss Inslie-Boyd does not hesitate to state her age, viz., 21 years. She has sailed ~ll the time with h.r father. and spent six years in that fine old 4-masted barque Cedar bank prior to changing over to the full-rigged ship Claverdon. Miss Boyd was born- inRoss-shire, on the west coast of Scotland, away up among -the rocks and the fishermen; therefore, it is tut natural to think she had a taste for salt water. "There is a fascination about the sea which to me is irresistible," she said in a pleasant accent, and with pair of big eyes oonveying fuill conviction all the time she spoke. "This time father thought. I sh...

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AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION THE ROLL OF HONOUR WEST AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES. Perth, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

:AUSTRAIMANS IN ATCTOH -E TlE ROLLOF 8HNOUR - WEST AUSTRTALIAN CASUAL TIES. Perth, Dec. 28. 4tta~cld are the 257th' and 258th ist oLcasaalties among West Aus 4alitroopa .with the A.LF.:- WEST AUSTRALIA. SKILLED IN -ACTION. SS ;A?.. E. Fare, England, previ o re:,t d wounded; Pte. C. aw'..ariw, England. DIED OF -WOUNDS. Spr F. .Read- Denmark;- Sg,. H. H.:.Liwrence, W. Petha. DEATHS. L.-?pl It. J;.Blythe, Nannmp. no u?ler particulars, previously re otged ill; Pte. C. O. Dobbin, St Naeo, "-10o further particulars, pre vione-l reported wounded; Capt. A. McLeod, Katanaing, result of #ecident,previously reported wound ed, second occasion. - Pte. 'E. F.- Tregurtha, Cottesloe Beach, and wounded, previously re porte& wounded; L.-CpL E. 8; aDma. 'W. Perth. and wound ed, previously reported wound ed;. Pta J. Bartlett. Luek now. V., and wounded., previ ously reported wounded; H. Keay, Mt. Lawley, and wounded, previ ou 4.re.ported wounded, second oc casown. . PRISONERS OF WAR, Plea. T. H....

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WHY THE ALLIES WILL WIN. FAMOUS NEW YORK EDITOR PREDICTS VICTORY. NO NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

WHY THE ALLIES WILL WIN. - - - - FAMOUS NEW YORK EDITOR PREDICTS VICTORY. NO NAPOLEON. The following interestmin incerviw with Colonel George B. liar.;y, the famous editor of the "North Ameri-, can Review." by the Lou ton cone apondent. of the "New. York Herald" appears -in the "Herald" on December 12: "I am' now absolutely certain we will wind this war." was the naively neutral declaration of Colonel George B. Harvey, editor of the "North American Review," -when I saw him at Claridge's Hotel this evening, as he was preparing to leave for America in the Holland America liner Rotterdam on Mon day, after a visit during which he saw not only Cabinet Ministers, and heard their opinions on the cr t come of the great struggle, but per sonally inspected the reserves of tebh immense army of four million men which is still in the making, and studied the wonderful development of the great Department of Muni tions, which controls more than two thousand five hundred factories, em ploying more t...

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STRANGE LAWSUITS AGAINST ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

STRANGE LAWSUITS AGAINST ANIMALS. In the midst of the enlighten ment. which we are inclined to as sociate with the latter half of the nineteenth century, it is almost diffi cult to imagine that there can have been any time when lawsuits were formally carried on against dumb animals with all the solemnity of prosecution and' defence, and all the subtleties .of the strictest legal procedure ?-At Lavezurg, in 1457, ýa sow and her six young ones were indicted for having, killed and eaten a child. After a trial' conducted with all due .solemnity the sow was found guilty and ,condemned to. death, but the pigs were. acquitted on account of their youjth, the evil example of their mother and the absence of direct proof that they had actually been concerned in the eating of the child. In 1403 a sow killed and de voured a .child at Meulan. The sow' was condemned to be, hanged, and the following is the bill of costs for the sow's subsistence and execu tion :--Expenses "of the sow within' gaol, ...

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DRILL FOR GERMAN GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

r. DBL }1OFa GERMAN GIGMUS. e Dr. .gnes "arnack, the 'daughter of 'Dr. Hawnack, :he Berlin lheolo e gian,. tells the "-lnternational" a what the German women have been , doiing during the war. · Miss Harnack says that her ex perience teaches her that the Ger e man women "have a great deal ,to learn about the systematic and eco nomical direction of their household affairs." e "Out of all these experiences -there arose an imperative demand, one which is not new, but which must obtain a hearing now: We need a general year of service for women. "Between their fourteenth and twentieth year our young girls should devote themselves for a year to a course of practical training. For half, a year they should all learn housekeeping on a very simple scale; then the courses should be divided into as many branches as in 0 the year of service for the men; :ust as we have artillery. cavialry, imn t fantry and a great many other for y mations, we need training in the care of children, nursing, garde...

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GERMANY DAY BY DAY. HIGH-SEAS FANTASY. "DIPLOMAT'S" TALE FOR THE HUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

ik iiAN . 3 W Dk&. F HIGH-SEIAS FANTASY. S"DIPLOMAT'S" TLE FOR THE 'yBy Frederic William Wile,.late, Ber tin cli o diti ideh t of "The Daily Mail." An -ingenious prevaricator whom r the 'LEo al-.A ziger" for .its own r Pt psbs dca ls "k Lin,-Ainerican diplmant" suniplies that 'GoveYn-' nient'controlled organ -witih a fan tastic toile' of maltreatment aboard a Danrish liner, arrived from New York, at. Kirkwall. These are the' most diverting passages in hlis fairy --tale, which is now making tht rounds of the 'German 'Press: "Seven hundred miles off tie English coist a 'British cruiser heil ed "us and ordered us -to KirkWall. I thought the English wished to take -possession of 300 'Russians, who were bound for 'Russia *as volun teers. I. stiuoose they were wanted to strengthen the British Army. "But at Kirkwall 'the guard sent to board us didn't bother 'abozut the' Russians at all. It was the -Ger mans they were after,- and my per son,' and. my papers in particular, that they ...

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FEDERAL LABOUR SPLIT INTERESTING REVELATIONS. Albany, Dec. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

FeDERAL LABOUR SPLIT IN TERIESTIN REVELATIONS. bauoay, Dec. 29. Serna.tor .P'earce, Minister for De fence, in the course of an interview ao-day, said :-When Mr. Hughes re turned from England, we were faced with two facts in the military situa tion; firstly, that the number of re crdits under the 'voluntary enlist ment was decreasing month by month, ands' secondly that the Army Council of Great Britain, as a result of the experience of the great offensive on the Somme, had called upon us to increase our reinforce ments to 16,500 per month in order to keep our units - there in the field up to strength. There was a pre liminary consultation 'with the. Cabi net at which it was .decided-that before coming to a decision, Mr. Hughes should place the whole .po sition before Caucus, which he ac cordingly did. At this junmtture, the executives of the political labour or ganisations in New South Wales and Victoria issued a threat to the Fed eral members from those States that -if any. of them-...

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A LADY'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

iA LADYS LETTER My. dear- Mary, Ere I write you once again we will have started the new year. Let me -wish you and all my friends every good wishi and happiness in the Comog' 1917..- Many of us .will look tack to. this.time .la: year and remember those who were.: the amongst us,who have given their ask for their king and country-bright young lives, for the eause of .pistice and riget. Mrs.- W. Aced, of Lainingtonx Heights, with her little daughter 'Betty, is going to Adelaide to spend the summer with her own people. She is leaving early in January. I have just read about 18 post cards from the boys. in the trenenes who have received gifts of tobaoco sent by the Kalgoorlie. Race Club through the Southern Cross Tobacco Fund; inaugurated by.the Overseas Club: 'The .men express themselves so gratefuly, and appreciate, the gifts so much there amidst shot and shell; they enjoy a good pipe and recall many. happy days spent in their own sunny Australia. !Mrs. Cecil Thompson and infant on., ...

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258th LIST. WEST AUSTRALIA. RETURNED TO DUTY, PREVIOUSLY REPORTED ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

95Th LIST. WEST .AUSTRALIA. RETTIRNZP TO DTTY PRE V1OusL REPOR1mEb ILL. Driver C.-i.' Windsor, Boulder;; Private. J. "Cetlla, Qu rai ; P. F. Hoiw a, .ng~and.. eoad -ooa - R;. L. "Baa. `Ictoriic B. 8ngpi , R. -MOR0 ., Sua o ; . 8 xnp ou, Geraldt ; ' . :i O'Uehir, Perth; R. J. BraSley Perta, -second ocea sion ; T:. r. riTer, '?Yasroop; W. O'Mara, Sbiaco ; H. B Bond Eng laud; L. A. Sae, Russia; Driver W. Anthony, Harvey; T. Fry, Sharks Bay; J. Nugent, Ireland, second occasion; G. - Luemrhurst, England; W. Ial,. England; Ser. geant Ji Eamnet, Blaha ,(N.&.W.); Private G. Stabbs, Northemn-; W. P. Fearn s, bormn Pare; W. E. Stun RETURNED TO DUTY, PRE VIOUSLY REPORTED WOUNDED. SPrivate R. Barre; Scotland; CpL . B?trowes, Ma$aads, third occa soni Sergt. H. A. Forward, ais. bairn, seoond occs'ion; Driver R. A. Evtas, North Perth-; Cpt W. J. Walthrm, * B3;lSah, and dangerous lyrill; Privates N; F. Lyons, Boul der; E.. A. J. Dafy, Cotteeloe; C. S. Smith, Yortham ; T Kiernan, Ireland; L....

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THE ORGANISATION OF BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

THE ORGANISATION OF BRITAIN. The world has .-been taught many lessons by the present war, but one that is certiin to be taken much. to heart is. the value" of .naKiidnal or ganisation; Germany. would have been long since crushed were it not for the organising capacity of her rulers. • In fact, she would never have dared to precipitate the war were it not that she knewthat' her governmental system;n as well as her 'military and naval force', were thoroughly organised and prepared for war, whilst the people and Armies of Russia, France, and Bri taint were comparatively disorga.n isec and.- unprepared. The indivi dual freedom exercised. in Britain and France. was not. adapted to war condi'tons. Even Russia, prior to the war. experienced but a very mild form of military dominance as com pared with that-known in Germany. Both before and since the outbreak of hostilities the whole of Ge~miany has been organised like a. huge mili triry. camp, and the authorities. are constantly- engaged im...

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RACING IN NEW SOUTH WALES RANDWICK. Sydney, Dec. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

RtA DWIGL. Sydiney, Dec. 27. The A.J.C. summer meeting was held yesterdty in beautiful' weather and waih a large attendance. . The following are details ofra Ilts :- -- - CHRISTMAS HANDICAP. One mile. John Macdonald's Bonnie Plume, by Earlston (unp.)-Bonrme Crest, 3 yrs. 7.13 (F. Foley) ... I F. Williams' al 4 yrs., 7.7 (W. Calinan) .... ...... ... ... J. . O'Donnell's Redmond. s yrs., 7.2 (C. Barden) .., ... .... - Others: Bay Rum, 9.6 (K. Bras ken); Dave Whitton, 8.11(Hor.ery); Black Nut, 8.o0 (W. Black); Per sian Cat 8.10 (F Hood); Obviou,. S8. (W. ilyman) ; Bonnra Chance, I7.7 (J. Dobbie); Ta4uisara, all. 3 lb., carried 7.1 (F. Wilkinson) ; First Stitch, 7.4 (G. Meddick); (spelli, all. 5 Ib., carried 8,13 (W. Pike); Camp Out. 7.1 (3. Quigley); Vulca men all. 5 lb. , arried .10. (8. Meekings); Balrain, 6.10 (H. Ryan); Powdal,'6.8 (W. Crockett); Down Stream. 6.8 (G. Carter). Betting: 2 to 1 agst Dave Whit ton, 5 to 1 Bonnie .Plume. - Won by three-quarters of a length, with the sam...

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UNCLAIMED MONEY NEXT OF KIN AND HEIR WANTED. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

UNCLAIMED MONEY NEXT OF KIN AND HEIR WANTED. To the Editor. Sir,--During the eventful year just closing, a considerable number of inquiries have been made by ad vertisement for missing heirs, lega tees', next of kin, etc., by executors solicitors, trustees, and by order of the Court of Chancery in Austra lian, New Zealand, and British newspapers, the amounts at stake being in many instances of consid erable value and a selection from the principal of these may prove of interest to readers. In the following list, all the persons named are known to have emigrated to or were last heard of, in Australia or New. Zealand. Persons interested ban obtain further particulars from T. W. Lloyd, Swanston-street, Mel bourne, and, beyond a penny stamp for reply, no fee should be sent by inquirers: Alfred Ahlberg, a seaman; Alfred Ainsworth, late of Timaru, N.Z.; Gilbert. Speding Akeroyd, son of John ; Walter Henry Allen; Thomas Corfett Andrews, son of Henry Jos pph Andrews; Charles Jackson Ayre, w...

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NORSEMAN Norseman, Dec. 21. Dundas Roads Board. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

•'tIORSEMtIA -. . . Norseman, bee. 2t. Dundas Roads Board. The monthly meeting of the board was held on the. 14th iist., when Mr A. J. Hill presided over Messrs. E. W. Rumble, .. Crabbe, R. F. Griffith and the secretary. Apolo gies were received from Messrs. A. "Conkin, J. O'Neill, and J. Graves. It was. decided that owing to the shrinkage of revenue, it was' not possible to make any donation .to the local hospital this year. The board also resolved to' co-operate with the municipal council in any action it might decide 'upon in con nection with the proposed: confer ence, regarding the mining industry generally, which is being arranged by the Minister for Mines to take place next March. It was decided that the Minister for Lands be requested not to grant any pastoral leases within five miles of the Norseman township, and that the department consult the board before giving approval to any applications for miner's home stead' leases.' Finance.-Receipts: Balance at Treasury, 2/2; balan...

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VOLUNTARY ENLISTMENT KALGOORLIE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Argus — 2 January 1917

VOLUNTARY ENLISTMENT     KALGOORLIE DISTRICT. The following additional men re- gistered at the Hippodrome for ac- tive service have been examined and passed as fit :—Alex. McDonald, Car Barn Dining Rooms; Edward C. Booth, Carrington-street, South Kalgoorlie; Hugh Hopkins, Lake- street, Trafalgar; and A. H. Pater- son Lake-street, Trafalgar. The following men have been pass- ed as fit since December 1 last, and have left, or are to leave, for camp; J. H. Mitchell. Coolgardie ; T. San fead, Coolgartdie; R. T. Slattery Salisbu -road,' . Xalgoorlie ; . iC. Wheeldon,"Union Bank. Kalgoor lie C Morton Boundary-street Kalgoohlie; W. J. Johnson, Half Way Cafe-, Kaignorlie ;.W. H. Hat 'r vey, Water Supply,- goorlie; J, J. ,'Grace Hannan-street, Kalgoor lie; A. . Willikmp, Laverton ; A.. E. .-Worth, Perth; J.. Davidson, Oheetham-street, . Kalgoorlie; 2,. iggins, Coolgard e; W. F. Whyte, Bilulder; M. Galvin, Cheetham. street, Kalgoorlie; P. Rowe,Plumer-. street, Kalgoo...

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