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Letters from the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

LettaTa.from tha , Front. Miss Mary MoDon&ld is in receipt of a letter from her brother -Jack,' who is ono of the troopers that the wily lie Wet ia leading luob a merry daqo* Jwk iUtea that bo ia still w tha.baatcOf healtb,' and. as a oonsoqnonoo, has baon In the thiokost of tho fighting evoreinoo his advent amongst tho Boers. .SJo martela at the combined gootl.luik tltt »e»iLi:to to him, Us mostly preryday, mon and horaos aro falling all around him. victims of the rolentleas 'Mauser bullets. At present ho is altachqd to Colonel JJroad wood's oolumn, and is atwayaonool thoeo selected to go out on reconnaissances. At tbo time of writing jack thought that thoy had De Wot io'n 6drnbr and that ho-' must'soon surrendor : bof we- have seen by the eabloa that De Wet haa'l been in' many a. corner sinoo, but baa never failed to got out of thorn.. However, thoy in tond to exert qvory effort in order to on trop thia iflfltf/afiitu'Ilooc, Commandant. Tho only othor Bega boy serving with...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALF-HOLIDAY, CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

HALF-HOLIDAY, CLUB. Tho above club, also Jia^d, their an nual meeting ca Friday eveoipg, Mr* Lnwsoo, vice-pr-sident, presiding over a guod mostar of mombore..-, J?ho .^an nnul rtport showed a very sati-faotory state of affairs. The clab had won cloved matches out ' of fifioen ' played, and dravrn two. The averages appeared in our columns Borne tmio back. Tlio eleotion of officers resulted as under ? Patron, Mr. 'Clarke, .M.L.A;-; presid ont,tMr.^. N. vic^iweajdfonts, Messrs. fell anc* I)afy j ttoasurer, Mr. IjawHon ; secretary,' Mr.' Tlenijings ? com mitVco _ -tfessrs. ' Bi-ixio/' tTptinf Preo, Roots, and' McL'nehlan ; selec tion committee, 1 Messrs. Brixio, Pye, and-Uptin.: Itf was deordoH td pur chase a mat. Messrs. Cansdill and Solberg havo eaoh donated a guinea tronhy. -P.actioo -will commence next Wednesday.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

Now that th« Legations have been tolieved, the CbiueBo pcp.^leiu aeeuraea a diflorent pliH6e. Russia, who has obtained a strong foothold in Man churia, proposes that tbe foreign troops, having accomplished their mie »ion, bo withdrawn from Pekin, whioh meanR, in efTfct, that tho oonoerted action of tho Powors daring the crista has come to a termination, and that eacn rower ia now free1 to pursue tho even tenor of its way*' A notable feature in connection with thla inter esting torn of eveota ia that Russia has Hflgaoioualy succeeded in securing : the co-operation of Japan in this pro posal, which impels us to inter that that country has a sinister motive in making this move. Tbe most likely ^solution of tho problem .is .tliutv Russia intends, afcer inducing the other Powers to withdraw* from Pokin, to re-occupy the capital. The fact that that outeiprising country has already . mtide arrangements for the trans Siberian railways to btanch off in tho direction of Pekin lends color to t...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

' 'EVENTS TO t'OME. Boga School of Arts Debating Club meets overy Mlternato Friday Ladica' L(tdi;o of tus O.U.O.O.L\ meotu Thursday fortuightly Loyul 1'rinco Alfred Lodge, M.U., moots on Mon day. ! voning Star' Lodge, I.O.O.F., moetu on Monday Maaouio Lodge, Bega moots ou bccond Tuoaday ia each month. Boga A., P. »nd H.Socioty*« CommitWu rneeta flrst ?Taesaay of the month, j First Tuesday in each month. Council | Good Templars moot overy TnciJ.tr Commons Tradtoosmeetlaat Tuesday hi each month ' Jwpital Cominittoo moots 8eeoud Wuducaday iu uAch month Boga Bnnev-tlent Society moota socond Tuesday In each mouth School of Artu Coramlttoe meets First Thursday In each month ?' . . tinformattoniuMtcdfron SscrttarUt] ARR1AOE NO TICKS 3a., including ITJ. »iopy of 'pape^. Birthfl, 2s. 6d. ? , Deaths, 2a. 5d. per inoh. tii Uemoriam, 3a. per inch. Advertisements ' of-tra veiling companu-s oaab in advanoe. . . Cjje ^tac, PUBLISHED AT UEOA OH WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Bb juft, and fear rut^* lot a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

Webber's VITADATIO, FBOM THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS, FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE BUK)D. Poverty of Blood and Indigestion Cared. Read ! 72 Daniel-st , Newtown, Wellington, N.Z., March 31, 1898. To Mr. W. Wnsas, Proprietor of Vita j datio, I Lannoeaton, Tasmania. Dear Sir,— I have much pleasure in tali | tying to the beneflti I hare received from j using yon/ 'Titaditio.' For four years I | have be^n a great tnffirer from Poverty of 1 Blood and lfeligeetion- For somi time x became ao low and wevk I had 10 be taken In a hospital in N'elton (N.Z.) for trentmenl, and when I left that initituiion several other medicine* wer.* tried wit'ioot moeh benefit. Then I heard of 'Vitadatiu,' and to- k a eoarte of it, and am s* pleased with the ve salts that {I can heartily recommend your ffool medicine to any poor sufferer toch a* I have been. Praying these f»w wordt of mine may help you in tpreadicg the fame of tbit valuable remedy 4or tha complaints I have named. — Believe me yoara traly, ADJUTAN...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

' LATEST CABLES. ' LONDON,. Monday. Qenkhal Buller crossed the Mauch borg, ten miles eaBt of *Lydenburg. Botha is fifteen miloa further on. A native report etatea that _JCruger is collecting arms from the Boers with a view to surrender. Indications are that Lord Salisbury ...n.o.l ll.o TTninar t-hnf Wn..lnr,rl ronnM Dot withdraw from Pekin. The Britiah Miniatora insist oo tbe neces sity for adequately punishing tbe inntigatora of the Chineao outragea in order to secure a stable and civilised Qovernment. Gagland declined' to entortain any pro^ojal_)iaTing' ji semblance of relinquiHiibg any of her advantages gainod in China.. -, T(ie 'Morning Poat'' etajes that America and two' other powers ap proached Lord Saliabury, suggesting that Sir Bobert llart should negotiate for peace. Thirteen Amorioan,' one Britiah, and two Danish missionaries havf beon murdered in Chili. The sculling matoh between Georgo Towns and Jamee Wray, both of New 8outh Wales, for the. Sportsman's Challenge Cup and ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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The Upside-down House at the Faria Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

The Upside-down House at the Paris Fair- I *t-r*ngesl thing in the Paris Exposition Midway ia the 'upside- down house,1' said a guest at one of the hotels, who has just r- turned after a visit to the other sine of the pond. 'Nobody but a Frenchman would ever have thought of such a thing. It is a big, old-fashioned, three-storey manor house, apparent ly lestine nn it» imKW with thn foundation 80ft in the' air. One goes in through a dormer window in the attic, and finds everything upside-down. Under foot are what appear to be ceilings, spou'ing chandeliers like giant toadstools, and overhead are chairs and table and all the other ordinary furniture of the house, miraculously clinging to the reversed floors. There are even books snd small article* scattered about on the carpets, and sticking to them aa if by magic, und on some of the tables Ivups are burning top down. Everything about the plsce contributes to one of the moxt bewildering illusions imaginable, but tbe really amazing feat...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 12 September 1900

TELEGl^APHIC news' 8YljNET,'ii«4d»T. The QoYBtiiors Btnck up Ito ^kn rook mailman yei^erday, but Bid»not aucceed in BQCuring anything? They eubsoquontly.ro'bbod a house mi Wil liam Mitc^ell's.^aelection, twp milss from Qlenrodlrr J ?The maq ^*oraon, woo anpt nose N-»raioylo at South Yan Yean, Mel bourne, nnd tlion shot himself, died yesterday j' Dr. H. J. Tarrant died Suddenly yesterday. i A gentloman,. .with hie nrife and ohild, wbb burned to death near M»r tinborough, New Zealand, on Sunday night. A man was sha^ iD the head and robbed in broad dayligh^ ot Sal®,. Victoria, on Sunday. ''.v. ^..Constable Taylor wM^jbralalljr. U-. eaultojl on the Bayaw mornifag by an un k no wii 'folio,1 wt^o struok him oo the head wijh instrument. He was conv^rid-to; tfaj horpital in an unoonactona '' A' cable from .papetoirn BtaEoq. that Lieutenant Moore and nintf tneil of the m-W: v.QnihtnAniaM^^eoially mep^J tionea for bravery. ' ^ 'Abont a thousand persOdtr- flWended the converaazldne at 8t.' Mar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

THIS SPACE — IS FOR — A. J. DISHER & CO., — THE — mi), mil GASH ST8M, — WHERE - -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY-Thursday, 7th inst. 4 * 8 5 1 PflLINQ'5 V FMN05 j 7 are far above the many a z common place instruments k z on the market, and MUCH * 7 CHEAPER. t V Catalogues FREE. 2 k Sole Agents for V V x STEINWAY 2 Jf nft BRINSMEAD . 2 7 OU PEURICH I ? ^ LIPP & SOHN * , jf GORS & KALLMANN k ? UEBEL - ECKE ^T.v | ; 2 victor ♦ '/V 5 : t BELLING & '% 2 Z ESTEY ORGANS. V 1 C EVERY KNOWN 3 2 MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 9 2 STOCKED ? =saS^ A 7 Strings and Fittings, j W.H.PALINC&CO.J Jf LiniTED, 2 , j 338 GEORGE STREET, I j ? SYDNEYi 5 ' A fearful tragedy was enacted at Numuryah, Vic., shortly after mid night oa Wodnoiday. A dance was hold in the tonal Mechanics' Institute, and two young men, named John 1 Kettle and Mnurico McNamara, had a heated argument in one of tho ante rooms, eventually coming to blows. In the struggla both men fell against a ...

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HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! Ructions and boistornus jubilntiono io Gipps-atroet early oa Thursday morning. A bawl after the ball. That cricketers arodesirous of so ing a second local cltih tako part ia tho Association competition ; Due That whoa it comos to joining another club they aro always found wanting. That somo crickotors predict that tbe Handicapping system will oo a rank failuro, whilst others hold a contrary opinion. That tho Boga hospital is unfort unate io its dealings with those married couplos. That 'Jersey' has made his ro appearaQco after an enforced absesco oxtonding over a month ; and That his company will be greatly missed by tho othor patients in tho casualty war--. Thai tbe Star representatives were folly convinced ol tlio folly of trying to pick the bello oil Wednesday night ; but That many had an admiring pieretti at the queenly costu.ne worn by a young lady trora Oarp street. That 'Kederatiju' was not nnly ac complished but a succofs as woll ; and That moro than ono el...

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THE CONVENT BALL. A BRILLIANT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

the conven r ball- i A IIKIMJANr OATHKU1NO. 'WuaT a crowd !' 'I''1 ». 'Aru't tho droaaoa beautiful?' buch woro a samplo of tho nxproa-inni which ro-ouudod on all aide*, dowmtuirs ami upstairii, in otury nook and ooruor. and n* thn Snhnnl nf Arta nn Wort noadav nii?ht on tbo oceiaion of tho iimuul b.ll i i Bid 'I tho Hngn Convont. riiii funutiou Ihw olwuv^ boon a popular nil*, tho OuuTimt being an institution that, apart fiom its ruligiuna atandiog. oonfera groat good upon all classos j in tho ojinmuiiity, aud bouoe it ia that tbo publio aro nover laokiug in patronago towards any off »rt made to bennHt it iu a pocuniary way. But auocessful as pro vi.iui Conv«nt Balls have boon, they fado into in-ignificanc» aloo^ide tbo ono uridor notice. Amnnp*t tbe ladios tbn oveut bad boon anxiously awaitoil. and tbo comrnitteo undoubtedly acted wisoly in announcing tbo affair as a ,4plain aod fancy drons ball.' This was tbo attrac tion, as. unlikn provisos similar attorapts in Ibis diroction in *...

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The Trespass Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

The Trespass Case. Tusaotion Ritohio and Lane v. David D'Arcy was concludod bofore Mr. Justice Owen and a special jury of twolvo io the Baoco Court ou Thursday. The caso, which extended ovor seven days huariug, excited a groat deal of intorost locally, as tbo atrongost bar obtainable wore engaged on tho oaso. Sir Julian Salomons, Q.C. j | aud Dr. Sly, lostraotod by Mossrs Raw liuson aod Hamilton, appoarod for tho plaintiffs; and Mr. Wiso (Attornoy Goneral) and Mr. Jamos, instructed by Mr. W. P' Crick, for the dofcodaut. The action was brought by tbo plaintiffs, who are tho administratrix and administrator rospoctively in tho intostato estato of tho late Robort Ritohio, deceased, against David D'Aroy to rooovor £300 compensa tion for trespass upou certain property at Jellat Jollai, broaking down a fenoo and gate and driving horsos acd oattle over tho lands, whoroby plaintiffs wero do* prived of tbe use and enjoymonta of tbe lands for a time, and woro put to oxpeuse in roparing the fs...

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FASHIONABLE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

FASHIONABLE WEDDING. St. Mary's R. O. Church, Cobargo. was tho scono of a vory lasbionablo wodding on Wodocsday last, wboo Elleo Mary, eooond daughtor of Mr. Alexaudor Tur linton, of 'Murrabriuo,' Cobargo, was married to James J., seooudson of Mr. Jamea O urion, ol iirawarr-Mj station. Braid wkkI. The interior ol th*i church wan mcoly dooratod for tbo occasion with flower*, fornory, eto., whilst tho entranoeto tho porch was garluiniod with ao immense wreath of varib^utod il-wera. Tho decorations wnro carnal out by young lady frionds of tho brido. At 10.30 a m. tho church waa fi.lod with iu teroatedand curious spectators, tbo major ity of whom wore of the same putronvmio as tbe brido. Tbo brido, who wan givou away by hor father, was attirod in. a magnificent costumo of wjnto moire ailk, trimmed with cbiffou aud oraugo blos soms, and carriod a splendidly arraneod bridal bouquet (tbo gift of 'Mrs. T. Uu I derbill, of 'Tbe Cornor,' Bu^a). Sho also wore a huud«ou\u curb chain bracn lot, ...

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THE CINDERELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

THE CINDERELLA. I On Thursday night tl»o halt was ngniu j orowdod. Tlio sooond night is always sot apart for children, but runny who wero ouro oliildron also make a (toinc of attonding. Several fancy oostumro wero again worn, tho most striking being tluit of Mis* Gertie Manning, wna appci.rea as ??iiea rouK, representing Mr. KoscntbaU'K stores. Sho wore a antin Hhiold, on which was hand painted Mr. IUwcuthall's well-known trade m irk. and hanging from her (ritouldcrs wero ribbons iKiaring tho names of tho various do pnrtrneuU of tho storo, olid around th«- \-ot- torn of tho drons wero tiokcta aU- bearing th.« tralo mark. Sho also carried a butiner from which was suspended varinn trticle^. Tho design of tlio oodtumo was Mr. Rosen thall's, ainl it waa carried out splendidly by jiisfl Planning. Otlier notiocahle characters wero Mias S. Lloyd 'Ivy,' Miss Kuby Cowdroy 'Jnpanese Ivuly,' ili« May Moss 'Queen of tho Gipsies,' Mi^s Mary Mont 'Violet,' and Mi-iS Ellio O'Brien ??Butterfly.' An...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

rARiHir or xankruka RnncUjr. lAth — Wulumla, SL Lake'*, 11., II.C. CaqiIu'o, 7.30. Thursday, IJHh—NUKarft, Jl. 8nnit4y,2Snl-Uitraboki, U H.C. llowlll*, S.HO fiuada^SOtn— TanUwADKio, 11, U.C. Caadelo 7 JO J.A. NEWTH. M.A., Hector , ? ? ? ? i

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

At tbe Court oo Thursday morning two drunks wero fined o-* each. A teleouapuic oboAS match was played botweeo Bega and Uumbula oo Thursday uight. The Bega Co-operatiro Creamerv Co have secured tho services of an assistant buttermaker. Tiik cricket acaaoo will open with a practico to-morrow on tho ttlmwground, when vuUricti of the gatuo uro requested to put in an appearnncc. Haptain Davis, formerly of Newcastle, hiw bcon npfoinU-d harbor nm.Hter and pilot l of tho i-ort of Eden in suoccwion to Cuptuiu i Newton. A plain and fancy droas ball waa held at Wyndhwn on Tuenday ni^ht in uid of tho Roman Catholic Church Funds. About £15 wom netted. Duki.vg tbe abaoooe of Mra. Barber from ber borne the other day some mis creant wilfully damaged a tub belonging to tho old lady. Tub dog poisoner is at work in town again, and, as usually, tho wrong animals bave been baited. A favorite aaimal bo* louging to Mra. Keillor foil a victim to tbe fiendish work. A MEET1NO of ladiea will be bold in tho Sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

Liver & Kidney Trouble. CLEMENTS^ TONIC Saves His Life. The Case of Mr. Louis Bernasconi. (nv ;h srcciAL ncrouTER.) 'I was seized,' sai-l Mr. Rcrnasconi/'wllh '?It'iii pains across the hack.' Our reporter .! h rented o; posite the speaker in Mr. .laiconi's residence, at Guildford, near h.ev, aud wus taking careful notes of all ;t lie -.tid. ?And,' ff«i»tiuucd Mr. Bernasconi, lun-iy foll^win^ upon these pains camo Vary Cad Kcadachoa. ?' ?utdu't mtvke out what was the matter i!i me. 1 fi.lt i;rc.it hissitntle and hail no .clinatiou to move about. I didn't cure for y frv-d, and M'bcu it was brought to mo told my wife to take it away,aa I couldn't car io look at it. If people apokc to me 1 : irritated me, for 1 took no interest in | - hat they said, and I felt aa though it was | --n much trouble to spc-.k. At hut I only aid yes and no when jjhjUcu to. When I '.jod up &uddculy 1 sho .l«l Feel co Dizzy ! hat I was foited to cling to my chair for .Uppnrt.' *» How long did y...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

CATHOLIC danday, 10th— Beg*, 0. Cuulelo, I WO Sunday, Sircl— Iiemboka, 11 Sunday, Kith— Doga, 9. Candulo, 11.80 T. UAKKKTT, I'.P.

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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

SYDNEY MA11KET REroHT. Clarke acd Co. report oo 10th instant Creamery battor 9.^ i, faotory 7-} \ to 9d* dairy CJ'i to 7^d. Cbaosein fair domand' Inuf '1^1 to 51 larco l-} to 6d. Cjuotry cunxl bacou 1 1 to -3 !. E^rga (-.} to 7£d Honey in cooil iloinand at 1J to 12^1. Maizo 2-4 7d Sd. Pi^a tory firm, baconon* 'Zl* ii l to -rJ4 0 1. porkora 17a to **04. PouUrr in tr«iod demand, turkoys*)^ to 12s. diickM 2' f-i to 61, fowls 2d Gl lu -1* Gd, Tbo Coatal Pttrmorii' Oo-oporatifo Co. report on S*b iuntunt Butter— factory U.J'l, nocond 8.^1 to JM— 'Satisfactory pales uil tbo nook. Uaml curod bacon dd to /»jjt uia« bine- enrol to 5-i — piga aro exceptionally dimr, aud(bacon taluod may ripe. Lard — bulk 1,' bladder 4d to4ji, packets dd — t'ooi! vnquiry. Cboeso 5d to o.Jd, seciiud 4 I t«» 4^-1. Honoy 1^ to 2£d. E^u'S 7d — polling freely. ? Poultry—fowls 2d 9J to 3* GJ, primo 3j 9J, ducks 3i Gd to 4t« ti !, goeso 5* f- 1 to G-*, turkeyi — bens o* to Gi, cocks (5 (11 to 7s G. oxtra boavy ^obblur...

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Jimmy Governor [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 15 September 1900

Jimmy Governor (From tlio 'Evuning Nowj«.') Tlio following i'h a tru» I. ill ro the in born nlimt\vg9 of J i ui my Governor ill wriggling out of a light cornur, 15 tlio t'xanpertilion nl tlio comorer. B-ck in tho eight ios Jinuiy w»8 a public school pupil on the Uppor Caatlerongh, and, «h was tmual on Sitordayn anil hull ?iiwh, lorinnu 0110 with a gang of whito ?chool mates roatnin^ arotiud, rolliiiK rnek', Hmokinj; out 'possum? and naiivr BrH general ly annoyin? every ?hing within oaraliot and mom-shot. On one «uch occasion tho gum; lia I a tii-liing outing in progrHHs adjacent to ?- wo Iwasli, and during a spoil of fljat* r-watchin^ wet.c amusing thtim Sflven pelting tho inud nests of a c ilony ol martins. Tho caretaker ol tho dry. ing »reen, an eccen'ric old cliu.ict-r, M)ld Drtit,' remonstrrtted wiilitlic hoys. Gettini; iioiliinf; for his pains but a v-illey of clie'-k, lie retren'ed, tJhppear smldtitdy with a long duck cun, and vowing liy all thnt was unlnly to Miterly ciudicnt...

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