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MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

MURRUMBURRAH. . Our correspondent writes on the loth in-; stant This district is without doubt 'clad with yerdue,' and that is all. The condition of ;the. stock in many parts is falling fast, to say nothing of the nuinerous deaths from, sheer poverty. I do not hear, of any disease prevalent,, yet it is but reasonable to suppose , that want of , food generates it. : It is true that the grain sown seems flourishing,: owing', to the remarkably mild weather of; iate ; ana witmn tne last two aays trie smit ing pf the wind so frequently is an indication of a change which would be most welcome to all;. . Water on some of the stations is becom ing. scarce, -end great fears are indulged in that the remarks of the Government, astro nomer, in regard , to dry weather will still further _ prove true. I may add that this; distressing fatality of dryness almost: ? para- ; lyzes business transactions regarding: stock. ; A shght shower of rain is no\y falling, and distant- claps of thunder are heard...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

PRE-EMPTIVE LEASEg-V^ ^ Pre-emptive leases have been allowed to the undermentioned persons, tlie rents for the half-year commencing 1st July to be paid within two months from 10th July : — John P. Ryan, Binalong, 360a, rent -10/3, c. Harden, p. Coppabella Walter O. Windeyer, Gundagai, three lots, 240a, 120ia,: 120a, rent 10/- each, c. Claren don, p. Wantabadgery John Lenehan, Gundagai, 120a, rent 10/, c. Clarendon, p. North Gundagai John M'Alister, Gundagai, 360a, rent 11/3, c. Clarendon, p. CoojDa David Ryan, Murrumburrah, 300a, rent 11/- c. Harden, p, Cullinga Michael Hartneady, Cootamundra, 360a, rent 11/3, c. Harden, p. Cullinga.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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RESERVES. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

♦ RESERVES. Lachlan distriot. For Camping: No. 1,539. County of Franklin, parish , of Yarree, on Willandra, %g^labong Creek, be ing portion 10 of said parish, 175a., forming part of Yarree run. \ No. 1,240. County of Harden, parish' of Galong, on the road from Murrumburrah to Boorowa, about 141a., forming part of Bar wang run. No. 117. County of Harden, parish of Galong, on the road from Murrumburrah to Burrowa, about 141a., commencing at the north-east corner of portion 154, parish of Galong. For Water Supply : No. 1,241. County of Harden, parish of Talmo, on Talmo Creek, about 300a., form ing part of Talmo run. No. 1213 County of Clarendon, parish of Eunanoreenya, on the road from Wagga to Gundagai, about 42a., forming part of re seve 385. Public watering place : JNo. 167. Uounty ot Monteagie, parisn ol Dananbilla, to include the Belowra water hole, la lr 8p. Revocation of temporary reserves : That part of reserve 28 containing la 2r included in portions 250 and 251, county of Har...

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THE DANGERS OF SPOILED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

THE DANGERS OF SPOILED WHEAT. John -Monossmith, Medina County, Ohio, writes as follows : — My cows began scouring early last month, from three to five suffering at a time, with poor appe tite, high colored urine, steady loss of flesh, and failure of milk. My neigh bours have cows and in some cases horses suffering in the same way. Last summer was very wet, and stock did well in flesh and milk, but most of the hay was damaged by wet, and contains little nourishment. I had twelve acres of clear clover that was limed and salted slightly when put into the barn, and this pro duqed no bad effect. The rest consisted of clover and timothy mixed, was stacked with no addition, and is now being fed. This is but one of the many evil results of musty or spoiled hay. Besides, tlie stage of fermentation arrived at, and the morbid organic products resulting from the decomposition of such, food, there are always present cryptogamous growths (fungi) which vary much in character, according to their ac...

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THE FARM. LUCERNE SOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 24 July 1877

THE FARM. LTJCEENE SOWING-. D. I. , writes to the Australasian : — I see several enquiries regarding lucerne, and, | with your permission, will give what in formation I possess. In the autumn of 1875 I ploughed forty acres on the lower Major Plains under very unfavourable conditions, as it rained all the time of ploughing, and the seed was not got in until September. I put twelve pounds per acre, with the American patent hand-sower, as ^be braird was alto gether too dense. Provided the seed, is good, ten pounds per acre is^quite sufficient for such soil as your correspondent describes. Notwithstanding the dry season we have nnmo -f-.Ti-rrm o-Ti ' bfifvn fiat, fin nvfir close to the soil with sheep, the lucerne has held its own, and since the last rains has made a fair' start. The seed sown had proved to have germinating power to 85 per cent. A word as to a very simple and effec tive way of testing any clover or grass seeds. Take a common saucer, cut two pieces of flannel the same si...

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"M'ELHONED." [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

' M'ELHONED.' ' (Echo). The member for the Upper Hunter has cer tainly made his mark in New South Walesj He has not yet got through his first Parlia ment, and yet he is a/3 widely known in the oolonv as is the Premier or the leader of the Oppositon. A capital story has been told recently in a country paper published in the far West. ' A squatter and a free selector were ' barneying' the other day, the man of many acres expostulating with the man of ' forty acres,' and requesting that he would keep his sheep within the boundaries of his selection. The selector avowed that he couldn't feed his flock of 400 on such a limited pasturage, and on being told that 'that was his business, but he must keep within his lines,' yelled out in maddened tmifis. ' Ts t.haf if ?' Thar. T'll M'TCThnnfi ve. be jabers — see if I don't, now !' ' What is it to M'Elhone a man, particularly a squat ter ? Is it to attack him with a copious vocabulary of invective ? Did the selector mean that he would exercise...

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A BRUTAL HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

A BEUTAL HUSBAND. /'South Australian Begister, July 7. ./ | A suit brought by a resident of Adelaide I named Mary Nicholas Marshall lor divorce I from her husband, William Smith Marshall, I on the ground of his desertion, cruelty, and I adultery, was heard on affidavit in the I Matrimonial Jurisdiction of the Supreme | Court on Thursday, July o. Tne petition I statefi that on July 19, 1865, the parties were I marrmiin St. Stephen's Church, Willunga, i and they afterwards resided in that township for settpral years. Three months subsequent to the marriage (in October) the respondent , struck his wife with his fist, and knocked i her down, because she had bought a pair of boots for herself . Then in December of the j same year he left the town, and remained [ away for two months without providing any | means of support for her. She was com fi pelled to take in wor^c from the neighbours Iff her ultimate destitution and. hunger that she [?was obliged to subsist entirely on pollard, «yhi...

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CAPTAIN COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

CAPTAIN COOK. A REPORT has been, received at the Ad miralty from. Commander Long, of her Majesty's ship Fantome, giving a detailed description of the measures carried out by order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty for the improvement of the site of the monument erected in Kealakekua or. Karakakoa Bay, in the Island of Owhyhee, to the memory of the great circumnavi gator, Captain Cook. Eear-Admiral the Hon. Arthur Cochrane, late Commandin Chief on the Pacific station, after visiting the islands in 1875, drew the attention of the Admiralty to the state of the monument, and on his application the Princess Likelike (now Mrs. Cleghorn), the sister of the King of the Sandwich Islands, who originally pre sented a. piece of ground as a site for the ?$t. memorial, added to her former generosity by bestowing an additional plot of about half an acre for an enclosure. At the admiral's suggestion, the Admiralty, with the concur rence of the War-office, gave directions for twelve old 32...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

' RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE Sydney daily (Sunday excepted) at 10 a.m:. : arid 5*25 p.in. t ; Parraariatta Junction,: ; 13 imiles, 10*34 a.m. and 5:58 p.m.,; fares,.2/- and 1/4 Fairfield,' 18 miles, 10-48 arid 6-11 ; 2/9 and Liverpool, 22 mHes, 11*3 anid'6'26 ; 3/8 and 2/5 Campbelltown,'34 miles, 11 '40 and 7*0 ; 6/9 ', ' and 4/5' . / l ' ' ' Menangle, 40 miles, 11*56 and 7*16 ; 8/6 and 5/6 '' ' Picton, 53 miles, 12'40 and 7*58 p.m. ;( 12/ and 7/6 ' __ - '? . J. . Mittagong, 77 milesj'2'10 and 9*25 ; 19/b antt Bowral, 80 miles, 2«18 and 9'33; 20/6 and 14/6 Moss Vale, 86 miles, 2*35 and 9*50; 22/3 and 15/9 ' ' Marulan, 114 miles, 3-45 and 10-56; 31/ and 22/9 Goulburn, 134 miles, 4-40 and 11-55 ; - 37/3 and 27/9 '-r ? '? ' Bredalbane, 149 miles, 5'35 and 0*30 a m. ; 41/3 and 30/6 ',?'?? - ' Gunning, 165 miles, 6*43 anda'14-; 45/3 and Yass, ' 187 'miles, 8-12 ' and ' 2-13 ';- 50/9 and 36/9 ? ' '..'-?' - downing, 194 miles, 8-55 and -2-36 j 52/6 '? and38/ ? -?? ' ''l J . ^ Bi...

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

^ POSTAL TIME-TABLE. ' Sydney Mail.' IThe Sydney mail; on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, Arrives at Murrumburrah at 4.30 a.m. Leaves Murrumburrah at 4.40 a.m. '? Leaves Wallendbeen at 7 a.m. 1 Arrives at Gootamundra at 8.15 a.m. ? ; Leaves Cootamundra at 8.45 a.m. ?-^-^— CungegOng at 10 a.in. ' ? Bethungra at 1 1 .45 a.m. ' ? . — Junee at 3.15 p.m. —ir^-r- Wallaceton at 5 p.m. Arriving at Wagga at 7 p.m. ' Wagga Mail. ? ???-? «i, ? ^f ? Jn_* TITj-t^vh Aoiiotr ????' ???' The WAGGA man, on jM.onaa.y, tv ouaiodi*o.j , and; Friday, , \ Leaves Wagga at 6 a.m. ,; / , t ?', ?'.;..'.?'' ?; '.: Wallaceton at 8 a.iri. ' ;''..-.-' '- ? Junee at 10 a.m. ,. ,,.v/ . ? Bethungra at I9.3O a.m. —_ — ^ Cung^gpng at 1 ,p.^«.,.t , , y Arrives at ^Cootamuridra at 3hp.iri. -: v ' '' '? Xjeaves Cootamundra at 3.30 p.m. v ; -';v '';: — : Wallendbeeii at 5 -p.m/ ; \f ? Arrives at iu-urruiiiuuixttju »u vj.uw j^.*-.. . Leaves Murrumburrah at 8.40 p.m. ' * -r :' ; | ??''.';?,.? MuttamaMail. ? , ???;?://; Lea...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—JULY PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

MONTHLY . CALENDAR.— Jtoy. PHASE8 OF THE MOON. '*' ? iLaet Quarter .. .. 4th, 7*6 a.m. 'New Moon ..*.... 11th, 13*11 a.m. First Quarter .. ... 17th, 11*17 p.m. V Full Moon . , . . .': 25thV5*24 p.m. , ' '''-' ??;':'?: .., '?:'':??? ?'.,-. '?' : ?' Sun . Days. ' ; Memoranda. ' V ~~. ~ .???.'- © et ..: ? ,.„...,,,. ? \. . ...... . ? ? DO So; 1 S. Fifth after Trinity 7* 7 5* o 2 M. Sir Robt. Peel died, 1850 7* 7 5- 0 3 T. 7- 7 5- 1 ?4 W. Am. Independence, 1776 7* 7 5* 1 5 Th. ???7-7 5- 2 6 F. ?????? 7- 7 5« 2 7 S. Gold disc, at dunes, '51 7* 7 5' '3 8 S. Sixth after Trinity 7* 6 5* 3 9 M. 7-6 5-4 10 T. ? ? * 7''6o' 4 11 Wi 7. 6 5-*5 12 Th.! Battle of the Boyne, 1690 7- 5 5-5 13 F. ?'? ..????- ( ;; 7' 5 5- 6 :. 14 &- ???????' ': '-?? ???? ?????? : ' '?7* 5 5- T 15 S; ? Seventh after Trinity 7-4 5- 7 16 M. : 7-4 5-8 17 T ? ' '?? ; ' ? ' ' ' ? ? ; 7* 3 5* 8 18 W.! S.W. cat. Aust'l. dis. 16227- 3 5- 9 19 Th. 7-2 5-10 20 F. 7-2 5-10 21 S. ?? Robert Burns died, 1796 7* 1 5-11 22 S. E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

JOHN -1OBLE, 1 WHOLESALE & BETAJIi .[ BUTCHEIt Wattendoon-stleet, Cootamundra, ... BEGS to inform tie inhabitants of t Ooota mundraand *irrounding district tha he has I .'.'.. PTOCHASEL THE HTOCK-IN-TBADE OF THE - BUTCHIOTNG BUSINESS lately conducted by|Mr. Forbes, and trusts by 'civility and stJict attention to orders to merit a share of public support. . !# , . .{^ Small Goofcs of every description always no hand. I , , ','?' .Hides, SBtEEPsiiNs* &c.. Purchased. Parketisthet) Goo tamundra, v BEGS to Morm the inhabitants that he has commenced business; and hopes, by keeping the best, material that can be obtained, and by good workmanship, to merit a fair, share of support. ,v j ff^ Good fit guaranteed. . ;, All repairs executed cheaply, neatly,, and on the shortest notice. ,: .'; :y^ .h:r.\ AERATED WOT ^ N--O-T-I €?'*?? ?????: -;; ': r\T7'.E. EATON begs to intimate to hi! VV ? Friends and t)*e Public of Coota^ mundra that he' hasjgzfl) SK BUSINESS fin Cootamundraf/u...

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PASTIME. No. 1.—DECAPITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

pastime; No. 1.— rJEOAPITATION. Down, down I went some fathoms deep — 'Twas darkness all around ; I struck a match, and espied quite near . My whole upon the ground ; I picked it up, examined it, , .: ; And, perhaps it strange may seem, -That, beheaded, then I soon became -; A pretty running stream. Behead'me once again, Then you will quickly see I'm what most landsmen often feel 'When tossed upon the sea. W. M. E. Answer to A. B. C.'s Enigma- — Fish. Answer to Conundrum — Because he wrote 'Weller.'

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LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. SATURDAY, 1.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

LATEST NEWS FROM SYDNEY. /From'our Teletir&phic Correspondent. J Saturday, 1*50 t-.m. . The Municipalities Act Amendment Bill has passed in committee. Mr. Suther-*1: land's resolution relative to endowment to municipalities was further considered, and Sir Henry Parkes's amendment, excluding the Sydney Corporation, was again proposed. The Premier said if . the Committee declined, to accept ' his amendment, he would take it as a final vote and refuse to proceed with the pub lic business. Mr. Sutherland expressed satisfaction at the promise made %y the Premier to place a sum on the estimates for the objects of the resolution, and withdrew his motion. Mr. Taylor's motion, to refumi to. civil servants the amounts reduced' ^ from salaries? during seventy-one and seventy two, was 'neigatived by twelve to eight. Mr. Learmonth, of, the firm of Lear month, Dickinson, and Co., died suddenly on 'Saturday of heart-disease. A la-J was severely lacerated yesterday at the Haymarket by a.JpL...

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No. 2.—EMIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

No. 2.— EMIGMA. .To give the law to church and state From ancient times has been my fate ; I in my sacred page unfold The rule of life to young and old. In many a pulpit in the land Oft to proclaim the truth I stand ; All' sons of mother church revere The names that on my roll appear j , Among wounded in the battle field Aid to the surgeon's skill I yield ; Among musicians oft I'm heard — The printers always know the word. : : . W. C.P. Answers. to Enigmas— No. 1, a Fish; Noi , 2, Bluepeter; No. 3, Plate-layer. [Charade next week.] ? ?? -

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COMMERCIAL. Herald Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

commercial. ?;,;;.;; ...,,. .Herald 'Office* i Monday. ?.; ! We have during the past week been visiteiji' by a nice rain, but not so much as ia rr-: quired for general purposes. The sky is; still overcast, and more apparently hangs' aboux.. At .least a weeKS sieaay, ram is wanted, which would greatly assist young crops that are just above ground. The showers experienced lately,, however, are very favourable for weak flocks, The supply of hay in the district is be-! coming scarce, anjlis now. quoted at, £9 per ton.' ' ?.'? . ,?,.).: ; ;,, ,.? ??,,- :i 4:-- ? Gundagai Times, -.Pnday. . The weather since ;our last publication has continued fine, 'but we have had sharp frosts at night. Rain is very badly -wanted at pre sent, and fears are entertained, that if we do not have a copious downpoui before long we shall be visited by' another bad season. As ?v(/e write there is no indication of rain. Mr. Graham Coulter's report for the week ending July 26 : — ? , I \ In the colonial produce ia...

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No. 3.—RIDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

No. 3,— -RIDDLE. Four things I saw, but what they were :1'11 shortly now to you declare ; I*br, though they were but four exact, ,.. Thirteen they were full and comptact. . , . : I cut off half, and then could find ? ! Exactly eight were left behind. What seemed most strange, tho' really sure, i Those eight remaining were but four. ' ' No. 4.— DIAMOND PUZZLE. A vowel ; a stupid fellow ; . a' scripture nanie ; in the direction of ; purity ; ? a man's ? name ; Roomed ,\ an intermediate position ; that Which pertains to the morning; a drunkard ; the end of all men. The central letters, read horizontally or vertically, will give the name of one of the greatest mathe maticians and philosophers that ever lived. ????.-?. . J ; '?- '? ; , ? SPHINX. Answers to Enigmas—No. 2, Platelayer ; No.' 3, Bluepeter.— X.Y;Z. ' ;i 'pbNUNDRXJM.----What animal is it that in the morning walks on four legs ; at noon on two ; and in the evening on three ? — Zoon. : : {& Contributions intended for thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

OOAIL AND CO, ! STOCK AND STATION ACHENTS, Produce arid Stock Salesmen, : ARE prepared to undertake the sale, of Sheep, i(^tW, Horses^ &c, &c, and to transact ev9wiW8wyp^ife'Of business per- taining to Sfajlow arajfl^wfck. , ; WOOL, li^jK^/HipES, AND SBffilEPSKINS. : ' Quail and Co. are prepared to receive - consignments of the above, and; to make liberal advances thereon. , .,.:,?., )?,,.. (Cf» Office, Parker-street, Oootamundi'a. N.B. — Account sales rendered; promptly, and proceeds disposed of according to in structions. ,.. . , , , s - To Free Selectors and Oihers. V FOE ^VlTisikft . 350 p 400 aged EWES (no. broken mouths), i wit|/fromj80^to 150^mbs , given in; also, /4oO ^maiden E^BS/and 100 WETHEBS w &5e)- Sfe^rther par ticulars apply toWIe^hdA^mecl; . ? ~ — --. ( s*ti- &.j£uaHj & do. Wv la. TUBMAN has r6ceiyed|in;8triic ? rtions from Mr. John'Grbpe to sell by public auction, atyMr. Gown's Hotel, CootanrAdra, j^ jr \s / 01k siju^At next,...

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(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

(to the editor.) Sib,— Since the establishment of your valu able paper in our midst I have eagerly scanned your local news for some information from the trustees of our town common ; but in Tain. I send you these few lines for the in formation of the vigilance committee, hoping that, when their attention is drawn to tho matter, wo may hear something from those silent gentleman to inform us what they did since they were placed in office. It is in sulting to the common sense and feelings of, our townspeople to have from 2000 to 3000 sheep feeding on our town common for the past three months; but worse, whenever anything like a little grass springs up in the township, they are brought down and eat up every blade from our already famished cattle and horses. What are the - other trustees doing to allow one of their body to disgrace the whole by their silently allowing such couduct? I have already trespassed too much on your valuable space, and will conclude by wishing that something be i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 31 July 1877

T- KOGERs/res/ectfully informs '.£!.-» tja!e residents of Cogjteminndra and district that he wi^ojfen Ms^' ' .? ' * portraitAllery/ near Barnes's on or /bout thWsiKwjusT , TOE A SHORT TIMEfiNLY. ' / QARTES DE Vfl$J^TE AND Cabinet Portraits taken in 'first-class styjlej Prices strictly moderate. Any weaker will suite \ but children1 will not be taken later in the day than 2 p.m* PREMMINARY NOEBBR Christ/luircl/ Cootamwidra. HPHE fepundatidn^ne will/(D.V.) be JL laid /n or abom tae 21st -Aigast. In the /yening B.MMJL MjlEmNG will fie The Eigat Eev. Dr . Tlyfaa^f, Lord Bishop of Goulbifci, will lay tl^«raeV_| {£?» FuU particularsffiixuiuraissue. C wtLtyhii cooks, J»t IQyRewardL STM'?EI) ' froiyfchaeLXe&ihan's farnV five milear ^f^yOdo^rntmdfa, on thei Bland road: — / ^-~//Yy 1 Gray Hor&e, bran-Kautfo./3 najdE/rump; 1 Bay Maj4, brandeS-JMf «£J^a/j3$)ulde^ 1 Bay' lifTare,* branded Wp~i^ar--^noulder: and other iUegib}e4pMxUi^ \, y ; The above rewar^^^S paid oil, deliv&...

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