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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, OCTOBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, OCrOBER 5. The mail steamer takes away in gold and specie nearly a quarter ofa million ; more than two hundred thousand pou ids worth from Syduey. George Gordon, supposed to have fallen overboard from the New Zealand ete er, had a life insurance policy for flo husdred puoudaa i his Droeetar applied for probate; the court deferred to grant the administrati',t. Emma Forreeler, accused, of child murder,.diacharged, as the evidence was insufficient. James Sadler, clerk to Powers and Rutherford, charied with the embezzle ment of £4f1; ether sums deficient; committed for trial. Samuel Vietor Crosse charged with forging a bill ol exchange for £6 ; the offleuce committed at Adelaide ; ease re mauded pending extradition warrant. An Imperialist officer in the colonial service (not Major Pitt) assaualtd a Government official in a high position at the Melbourne Club with a horsewhip, owing to a card dispute; the combatants se...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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LATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE. COOKTOWN, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

LATEST NEWS FROM EUIOOPE. S Oo0rrow , Oetolhe" ' The steamer. Bowen, has arrived; and bring/ldates from London to August 18, Theoquteen is staying at IIolyrood PJace, having received a most impresaire ar en thlsiastle welcome in Edinburghlr, Sir Mi?ael IIickk Beach, the present~hlef Secretary for Ireland, will probhab e called to ths Cabinet, and possibly, alsLord Sandon. Sir ChOrles Dilke, in addressing hicon. stituents at Netting fill, read an im taut letter hehad received on the Bulgari out rages, from an alfcal whose. name was not at .liberty. to give, whicl stata the. accounts of the atrocities were not a gger. ated. The Cretan Assembly have mle d ns, which the Porte hasdelined to gran An appeal to the' Great Powers Im minent. The Pope has publicly, denonnc the movement. amongst certain sections f the Roman Catholi laity of Italy to-seon some direct representation in the councils t:their church.. He continues to admi .all Catihollesto support the Turk?ish pire against Iher Insu...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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THE FLORENCE TEMPLE CAE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

THE FLORENCE TEMPLE CAE. Mrs. Emma Forrestor, who has good offensive notoriety by the part she as played in various police court proceedge relating to her nefarious connection tll the deceased woman Florence Ten]e Derry, has not euocoeded in long evaOg jlstice. An already stated the detectile, in proceeding to executo the warrnt ijuned s?sinet her in conseqoence of le mangled remains of a child having bin found in a cesspit st the rearof the spa. mont she ocoupied as. careteker of to Queen Insurance offices, 31 Queenstre, discovered that aihe had decamped, ad faire were entertained that sie wonrd elode the vigilance, of the officers. q Satnrday morning, however, shortly Itfi seven o'clock,.-- Detective Forster .rn, rested her on the Northaote-road, var Heidelberg, as she was on her way to 1,l. bourne, for the purpose, it is alloged,,f giving herself up. Shie woeas brought . fore the City Bonoh a few hours efterwars, and remanded until Wednesday next, til boing ultimo tely grunted in...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

SHIPPING. -PORT OF' POKaTLAN ,. Oct 4-3nlin Peror, satr. 550 tnns, Capt. Andrews from Mslbournu vii Belfast lnd Varrnamb..oL Sloo7o: '-irs. It.- enty. Mrs. Behan, Mf,. Edwarda, Miss Bed ford, Mesers C. It Golding, J A. .Fras:r J. H. Stour, Watkin, and 19 in .the steerage Croaker. SS t i& Co., October 4-Otway, stesmer. 4-4 tons, !Capt. Thmp.on. from Melb..nrne via Varrnsmbool and Belfast. Saloon. Masars. IL J. Rhodes, Ma:k. Nicholon, Brittrah,. PInmener, IF. Gallagher. Miss siltne, Slims Oilbr. Slims Henderano, Mrs. W. Cartis. Mrs. Black. Mrs. Slattery and 15.in tl._ser~, age.... W.. P. Anderson, Oct. 5-Aqmla; sch, Melbourne. Oct.4w?.Owytr., Melbourne. October 6-Julia Percv, steamer, 550 tons, Capt, An'jrewasi fr .Melbourne, via Befast and Warrnambool. - Saloon: MesMrs. • Smith,; -- Witmee, -Tytberleigb. Bennell, Mater James Keso. 22 in the stsrage; -Croaker Scott and Co. Agent. Pee. Jolu Percy, stearme, from Mel. .bourne.-1 pkg Adams.n. 8 do Beauvais & Co., 11 do Cro...

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

COM]MERCIAL. SPORTLA n-D MARlKETI. "nardian Office, October 11, 1876.. The retail price of flour is t1 6s perLeg -ur quotationl are WUor.LEsA Paredt' -Flour £12 Wheaost,. se 3d to e 6d pesbe?- e Oats, 3m 3d to 3s Od do -' Barley, 3s 6d Bran, d " Pollard, Is 6d do - 'nuter Is 2d tol s 3d lb EggiOs 10d dozen ... . lchose (Colonial) d to 8d per lb. RErAIr Parsxo.U Flour, 206 per bag cshu.-.' BlrleT, 4. per b ushel WVheeat 6e do~ Data, 4s to 4s d 'do, rean, 1. d . do : Pollard l 6d to Is 9d do Sutter la 4d to Is 6? Ib. Eggs, Is do. Bread 7d pr 41b loaf . ", blinosa Bark, £3 per-ton

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

PORT PHILLIP HIEADS. Oct. 3-Argyle, str., Circular Head. Avon, str., Port Albeit. Oct.' -Sir Walter RlJghb..ehip, London. Aseam, R.M.S. Galle.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

NEW ZEALAND. From files to hand 'by the e. Alhambra an we extract the following:- c The Paraika ineetiig at New Plymouth b has terminated. Over 1000 natives were present. Tlwhita wee the centre of atlrao* c tion, and was looked tip to with almost n adorntion by the nativee.' He says tile e Maoris were the lost tribe of Israel, a' and exhibited maps and plans showing tlheo suppoedd route by whilch the prednt race It originally reacled New Zee!:;::d. His knowledge of Sorip tnre tllsoy and of into l lro.oran?.ln teu hf.L.n Id "bpokeu of na at astoliashing. He said it was no .uo to edunste the Maylri. R?egording tlhe land, A lie esld each man could.soll or keep it as Ihe liked. s, . L In consequence of'the high price of labor.at Atickland, said thd Ieavy railway I chargee on the line of railyay from Now market to Aucklarid, tlhe contractor for tile I Aacklcnd docks ihas found it more profit. 81 ible Id cbtnin thoe noceaary stone from Mel- hb bourne, where Ie e hasentered into a con- Ic ...

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THE CAPSIZED SCHOONER ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

THE CAPSIZED SCHOONER ATLANTIC. The Newcastle correspondent of the sydney .Vews writes, under date the 27th ult.:-A great deal of interest hoes been attIached lately to the efforts made to place the capsized echooner Atlantic again on lher keel, as it inas throughout been eas pested that the event would disclose that some of thei unfortunate seamein would he discovered below the desks ef the vessel; nor werdthe sospiciol:aunfounded. CaptOin Lane, of this place, to whom the contract for rtghting the sebhooer was entrusted, hnavhig arrailged tlie necessary tockling for thes operation.. assisted by a larges body of mel, who willingly lent their assistance, made the attempt on Monday, but was then nnsnuceees'fl. The attempt was repeatedt on Tuesday, when, after seoveral breakages in the twisting gear, the schooner was eventually aswung into her proper position. Thle thoughts of some of the seamen being below the decks being uppermost in the minds of the crowds, of people who sheembled n...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

MELO QURNE. (em qura ows oomasroscans.) " Tuesday, October 8. Cates avt, populaly supposed to be of lilerlo tmhgleocles, to be mpossessed of' pale hair, ta lering. seeents, and a general difldeuese ina the presene: of the fair sex. Tbhey .ev',Reeraly sacounted as tyros in lore, though of amatory tenderel esas is evi denced by the especial carse with which they strive to fulfl the injunction" be fruitful and multiply sad seplemsh the earth." adt few people wonld expect to find a corate so un couscious of the 'hereditary bashfulness which by comnon Consent- pertains to this osice thea he ahould in good faith deliver to hise dek' ot only a'lecturer on " how to get married and livehappily"but that he should also come forward as the exponent of how ameatie yeosthn se to' capture their future tuses. ,Yet tle, has. been done by the Reveren'd C P. Thomas, whose practical description of the Art of L?re throws our old frlendtorn. Little alias Moore, Praed, BPomn,sad the thbuaopsre other Inter...

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OUR, LOCAL INDUSTRIES—THE CASTLEMAINE DISTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

;:,CASTIj?iEMAINE, DISTILLERY. Sitlsted atlthe foot of Barker street near the Barkly Bridge, is a largeo three storied buallp. originally designed. for a flour. mill, but: -?ld.ae a store by the late Cornish and rgo This edifice, with a considerabehi Slecla'o rQed- "tti hc, has latelypanssed into 'the' Tldntllf'oM r.: N; Fitzgerall,. the emniint'bl1wer, who; in conjintlion with Mr. Ne*tman'.bIia' esolved to supply what is dteied i reli atant "in the colony, viz,, a flruti;claseistillery. Through the ldourtesy of the feodealan and 'th maltster, I was shown throsgh.thesthele ofthis wonderful, and cor talnlh.exteeelseestablishmeot . The mill for grinding l~banilt,sn?4theapplianeesfor hoist Inglwecliggim nd re-hoisting and discharging Inta ie hjppersand thenae conveying it to the monster puldllihgti~b:ihd ihuge mash. tub, supplied b strearmos,: boiling water from two bollerq (aecn contalhlsg eiongallono), the proces of ,smptisg tble'wah'iito -the five gytiSf' e -tiOf-A"s dit- of'?,OO :p...

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SANDFORD. October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

SANDFUOR. (R0ooe ova OWN ConaaProxesrT.) October 4. The place is now in a tolerably healthy condition. Scarlet fever appears to have quite cleared away, and we sincerely hope that there may be no return of the disea?e. An addition is being made to the Catholic chapel. Increased accommodation has been required for some time past, but from want of funds tihe necessary work has been delayed. A mixed entertainment was given at the Rechabite Hall on Friday evening last tfr the benefit of the local library. Singing, recitations, and the old farce of " John ?Wopps," made up an agreeable night's entertainment. The hall was filled, and no doubt the object for whioh the affair was held will be largely benefited. A reservation of Ta. 3ap. has been madeat Gum Creek for State school purposes. A former reservation of Sa. 3r. will be revoked. Nothing has yet been done towards fencing in the State school here. Something will probably be done to our roads before long. The matter of road improvement ...

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THE ROYAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

I ROYAL SOCIETY. " A m ing of the Rtaval Society was held in the idtv's ai11 last night;l the proe nidentt, rE:llery, in the Chair. The pre Sidept, opening the proceedingI, read the folowl -paper:-Nate on the ibsoene of an pots in 117t0. The heolinar;rph tanlen the Oborvalltory during the cur runt yc show a vry reatlrklble atheIce of solt ot; anl althonh tile signifiannne of t ae lt c an yet becuarctr."ly tn ntori? it is wo thiv ofa'nto anl record. Di)li the present year phtllltraiphs of the citn v ebeen obtained on 104 days, etnd on e?ty-onlle u-f those: no epots wern on t, o negativ Ci. On tweOty-threce. apots are vitible, Inmost of a emallt site. A largqtt seen on tlio 15th February, w Wn fib fbi r live days. Sun spots anti bog, I bi nttsually few after June Ist year, l? iloeea i were loss in numbei, durinohe whole of 1875 tlhan in previous year,/. ?1? lery next rend a paper on a chro lno io apparatus with IIarvgone's inrtlie pondulum. After premising that hI1 iI poinlled out thr...

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CASTLEMAINE. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

OASTLEMAId'cIk . (eo?arom , ow.omIaratWas?r.) r • I;.IiOO Q Deter? t' Many of your readers will bei'gadtolii thae Mewsn. IMaol andl'.Dflad ' A i V?I successful -meeting at - the -.ll-. of., the Mechauics', institute no .?rdtaQ ehtiiuast. If thlere existed any "apaithy among"st- ta Castlomnalacs before the meeting ther? was very little of-itl If t iafterwA r, .AVY?7l?I, Portland, both, gentlemet entered fully Into the Grand Canal schene. Tile' chair was occupie4 by the Mayor, who claimed a fair hearing for the strangers, thie-s (s-I f invariably, does) edilly?1 L for a more earnest; attmentive W~lhd have never witnessed. I need not recpitulate the madl resi-eart,. q}4ftff , In. controvertible trolsems-s yon we1re U?ived witt them before us, but I can, y ou I. you folks think half t'm tch a Mro as Me. MColtl thl-ks ai you,. sa'i l diatrlt??; why. then, :!t,: are gl.hy. thi, may be, ray dogs. ,.;a,,1 . .s.gnr glowIng. deterlpto!, of , dour W:ODn resource, told a? of a Mr. eiltli4 a.a M...

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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

MELBOURNE CUP. The fllowing are the ncaeptances: at. lbl st.lh. WooliouT 8 13 Torellght 6 8 The Ao 8 1 lclc 6 8 Imperic 8 1t Vlin lHnpe 6 8 it, Iood 8 10 Fisherman 6 8 Southetr. Cross 8 Irtinhh .w Steriln 8 6 Strop 6 icpid t?y 8 32 1or 6 7 Melboino 8 E2 tellght 6 7 CcIftucl 0 Kismet 6 6 S?an ng 7 1 ha?nker . 6 Sp ation 7 13 Mendelous ? ' 6, A.' ' 7 12 N esi2 6 4 )ilk 7 10 T'reinczs 6 4 Mtc taineer 7 r Tihe Deer 6 4 ller tes 7 9,Glom 6 4 E~l ation 7 8 Pride of rlls 6 4 Imptl oo 7 7 Itrlseis 6 4 Valen a 7 7 MI. Kingston 6 3 Lihtitt 'Day 7 5 Ginger 6 2 Fen d rtillco 7 5 Sibyl 6 0 Jicnitc 7 4 Lord Lytton 6 0 News inter 7 4 Volo G 0 lurg, dy 7 4 Aldinra 6 0 Cntc Cury 7 4 Florin 6 0 The I ter 7 2I El Moro 6 12 lThn 7 0 Naipoleon 6 12 Urea' Day 6 12 Windsor 5 12 Spar 6 12 Dewdrop colt 5 12 Loq? Ity 6 12 Electriet . 5 12 Sup tition 6 12 The Cardinl 5 I2 Vent 6 12 Sovereign ' 12 Naun ty Day 6 10 Glenrarry 5 10 Ony 6 1 Spring Jack 5 7 Chr itte colt 10 Gas 5 7 Mac o r 6 Io Diarsell ., 7 Nun ki...

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REGARDING KEROSENE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

iEGARDLNG RKEROSEN.E Theo pecial .correipoiilcnt of the Age, writing from Plhilidelphin, fur ni-hems nIus lifQme uit-bite of lnte?'pt eon Aimnrl.on .malters hant .we are glad o- re-publlish. Thle writlr takes the 21t .Jtnlny p,~olis sarterintilnnem" .Wedneasdy morning, nnd pensoel thrquglh ,the Alleghlany Valley, pipt ill wells, oil .efineries and coal works, aid were shaovyL the various appliancrs for raisig p tracupmnud triansporting It to thl hi Atsmh r'is cl0y i the pcrion 'ei erl whom tile plnce ns named nilrneil up, and escorted the visitors lhlrotilgh the district. Several wells and pnnplng engitnes were visited, nud llo proceRnsi'ffhorli r nindl drilling for oil was t elplite'd" '~li"'Wul'liont average prpdctleon of Pennsylvania is from a million and a half gallons por twetay.oiiirsi o A. "largea ' of'rew >ells aero m ime toi ID f '~v~Ii ~rFfriii i me to time struck, but on tlle other linnd a Inrgo number are continlually giving out, and 'lio general impressionl'i that th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

Cricket Ground Improvement Fund. iTO FENCERS,. GPLITTELS, AND OTHERS. TENDERIS will ble receiver by the Sunrlerslgned up to SATUIHDAY, 21st October, for uapply of POSTS, IAILS, aed, PALLilOS required for flecig the Pr.rtl.nd Crricket Ground. to be deliv.red on or before 7;h December. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepled. bpecifications at my office. FENTON W. HILL Wool! Wool! Wool! MONCKTON SYNNOT, , I ?LMNDEl'S WOOL WAIIEIIOUSE, Woolbroker and Station Agent, H OLD< AUCTION SALES OF WOOL H _VillY ''IHUIUSD0AY during the seneso, other tatlion produce, skins, hides, inllow, &u., on TllIlllE DAYS EACH W VIlEK 11l the tear round. Acting ru Selling Broker only, all Ibutl. bets tentrutted to toy .care will be faithfully lhndrlquiekly performned, nocou.t sales ren. tiered, and precceds prodptly remittled dinect to owner, or placed In a .bank as he may require. W i I. MoJULLO(CI & Co., or PERMEIt VA'- II UNT & co., will re.cel er corslgenwnelts at...

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LOSS OF THE CUTTER START. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

J4MO.F ,THIE CUTTER START. Information of. a:tartling nature wan riaedid-ij-Auckland on the 9th aep. terIa'el ' to. the .abore, cutier which left with a cargo of stores, or M]goryr, Bae ... She. was under tshe rqnt ni ofd -Captain -Dier, and -had s crew of two'men, iatlvei tof Portngai. The Nw Zealind Hetald furiatiis 'ith following rarrative, which apptaeas u.pr like a romance than a true 'tory°-The veqe.p1e4aqeekilaund about 1030 a.m., on the 6th September, -and at 1 p.m. abld an ' about' half Wany aross the lnarekl Gulf, with a fair wind from W.S.1. I.tlI order $o clear Cape Colville it became necessary to gibe from the etarboard to tle port tack, and t.n'oliig this Captain Dilz got entangled in thd tainl aheet and wiali carried over' :oard Whieti the popr fellow was in the water, he cried out -to put the bielnn d&Flti, nd'lahneh the d,?iy to pick hint up. 'Thins wan dune immediately, and tlaglboat throwni inito,!the water, the two men Jumping into her, and piulling ft th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

BIRTH. WILSON.-On the 20th of September, at Satalynl, the wife of R. Wilson, teacher of a son.

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THE MAILMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

,THE MAILMIAN. ,r$ Szzu KPti n,--C'ntp divec.) W* t)"te i--e qtr iu ' f 1 ý1 ,3Ri O , ,lasmulid ..'rI mudtuurneid. throukim. thin, gromoinlg tree's' -- ,strove with it' iittla-oId ti eiulale ti e An anxious mother. Wuitb. .hen dauglrter, prlCCi1111lod' rli ceennl-' iltifl1 ttsee, i"' Bu5t Ifetening to the" etbdrmt' ivhi ly il.t'oCd Atid ioward eu e uitentuvl u4pn'h itmgta . anighii(ra'e. 110,.'r i l A., r""etu:, { 1Fr e'on,-fn(o.'oti-r;mss their cnxicmuefuar, Tiie~youtim.mtiTheepiaiiloa t l-t i; "4i to I 'r ide ,Then iua tu~nuruighbtm ni 'tuu jtot j air A;ddfii.isl'`Ih~~·'r:i n illq~:!ln F l0 .9 c.1011· .The mnllherbt~littid 'cirhi p-hoot in/ nir,: " "That cry :-my m1od 'i$t,1ea e siro, Oan toll; Yn'nqie riimie%:111 i tgplýw liner * ýi m Qller. bwhere ..ijam eandy ',Oht * ,i,11Jpga.yeu this bodeid ogtp.: i 4ý~onie game~id ilig t -iiintiao caine. .ii,\ zu t.nieo~ptuvqhn'eeie mbinrt I''or'dlln could dousuarrenda a.zz inltrOiip~u 1' *....nohrltl~e.ere Aertia ihn eiciieisy.browOn. and i...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Pro[?]t our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. THE CAPE ROUTE SUBSIDY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

wr mCnI Isa RPOrlAnD THE "PORTLAND EateseR." To Probt, ou lighA -Not to Infringe upon twose of Others. R PIDAY, OCTOBER O. THE APE ROUTE SUBSIDY. Tu Argus whilst approving the encou ement of the Cape route as a mail e commends the decision of the Gov ment in refusing the proposal of the rs Green of Blackwall for a eubsi ed line, and the reasons which are a anted against the proposition, we belie to be good. But it most be kept mind before the contract with the rad O. Company terminates that what ill hold good in the case of the Me . Green, will also hold good as sgait any subsidy by the way of Suez. If ite snadvisable to subsidise the Cap route as tending to monopoly, then the colonists should known the rea7 why a. vast amount should be paid another shipping company, that uod present c',nditions cannot do the tim between London and Melbourne qu ker than proposed by the Messre. JG of Blsckwall, which Sir JAMur M''uLr.OCl and we hold justly refuses to ubsidise. In refusing the subsidy...

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