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THE LILY REEF. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 March 1869

THE LILY REEF. I-e - (From. a Correspondent) This reef which is about eight ;miles north from Alexandra, but hitherto little know, is now beginning to attract attention. hlaving heard of the rich yield lately obtained fiom Nos 5 and 6, I visited the spot last week and found about 20 or 30 hands. hard at work. A. blacksmith's shop and a number of huts bhave also been erected on the ground. The reef which is a conglomera tion of quartz and- granite, the former running through the latter in innumerable small veins, averages from 15 to 30 feet in width. It runs in a S.W, direction, nearly at right angles to the slate, formation, and is somewhat similar to the famous Morning Star reef' at Wood's Point. There can be little doubt that if machinery were erected on the ground this would prove the best dividend paying line of reef in the Alex-' andra district. The prospeoting claim --had' a crushing some few weeks back, and obtained about 2 oz to the ton,., but since. .that timo-litt!e.work--...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 March 1869

Kruseas Fluid "Yagnesia. I L P. Y' rst-clars Certificuat, Exlibition, 1862. Prize llalnl, Exhibition, 186C-7, K IRUSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA obtained the Sonly Prize Medal awarded by the Jurors of the Exhibition of 180lH and 1807. Mr G. Cosnao Newbury's aanlysli showed that Kruuo's Fluid Maitnesia was riocher in saline mat terial. end nearly donttlne the strength of any other Fluid Magnesia exhnibited. Kruse's Fluid Magnlnoia is partitularly reoom mended in all cases of derangement of the digestive organs. It is a corrective of uaci!lity and during the heat of stummer its gentle aperient qualities render it a Domtestic Medicine of great value. In the treatment of the disorders of children its use will be found most a ,ntlhine and beneficial. It forms a mnst delicious Sumnur DIraught taken with KRUSE'S SYRUP OF liASPBERHRY AND LEMON, first adding two parts of water to one of Magnesia. For full partlculars soo hand bills accompanying each bottle. TESTIMONIALS. Dear Sir.-lfaving "matde a car...

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. (Before Mr Warden Akehurst) Wednesday, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 March 1869

SALEXANDRA. WAItDOiN'S COURT. ---C- t (Before Mr Warlen Aklehrst) SWednesday, March 17. SRyan v O'Cllaghan and O( lers-Applica Stion tor a declaration as to the right.ul oiocu rpnt of a portion of the claim known us the Never Can I'ell, Godflrey's Cleuk. AIr Coster fur plaintiff; Mr V. Sinatl for de fendiuats. SD. Ryan, sworn: Was put in possession of ,thle Never Can Tell, odalirey s. '1 he date of my compliaint was the 12t.li of December, 1808. Defendants had not done any work on the ground besides putting in pegs. . Oross-exainined-WaIs put in possession on the 25th February, 1800. . Mi' V. Smith said it wis impossible to got on without a plan, which the plaintiff should have produced. .'is delenco was tlat' his clients were put in possession of the same groiinl by the Warden's order. G Soovell stated that lie knew the Never Can Tell. Took it up some months ago. The ground vow claimed by Ryan was the same originally claimed by witness. Al. Ryan: Knew the Never Can Tell ground as o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 March 1869

AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE ASSURANCE .C (I MPANY. Established for Fire Insurance. Assurance of Lives, Fidelity Guarantee, Endowment and Annuities. Principal Offices.: U Elizabeth-street, and 2 Collins-street west. Melbourne, Capital-250,000. Empowered under Special Act of Parliament. Vie..No CCCV. 1: I)sc'aroaus: The Hon. Robert Sterling Anderson, M L O. Chairman. John Halley, Enq, . P. H L A. Hon James Stewart Johnson. lion Captain M'Mahon. M L A. Michael O'Grady,Esq, J P, M L A Hon David Elliot Wilkie. M D, M L A J. f. Motherwell. M. D. I V. Oilbeeo. Surgeon. By special Enactment the funds of the Life Branch are reserved solely for its nse, and separate from the other branches of the Company's business. The distinctive features of this company, are, that the profits realised in each branch of the business, Fire, Life, and Guarantee are shared in by the policy holders. "Ijre Insurances effected at current reduced rates of premiums M?ICHAEL O'GRADY, Mannging Director. Agent for Alexandra, ...

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 March 1869

WOOD'S POINT POST? OPI'I' E. TADII.OP O)Il'. frlrr AN Al?rlrtirvtr afrAI.r it'l Tfl- Y.%ItIt. T1t~f'L. Pont Town 3allsi arrive M3ill Clone. IfatlWhlr ......... 't"nlenvtlle . nL t p. p.In. Itrday. nat5 p.tin Rentalered lettern nid nwanew.nr rnesllt he potied one honr nrlor to the time appoilted for cohinr the manll. The, nfice in open u. titl lx o'clck every day. Sunday exeCt ed, The nmenwtlll not hernrlrd on innalnv. hilt nll letfer., &e. Intended for trlnamii.nainI by malls drlrntlrheil on thaint ay will I- forwnrulrci. If pointeil ld I)rO¢r\i. iininpited. Mnnery nrderl can Ie otnlrnrl at ihl nllce pnvnhle In Viletrln., the idlneiint eninule,, c:rent Tlrttitn nnd Ireland. The t~nney Order olee will be open between tfe holne of 0O and .1. A Itreelvint lTe htno been etatllholrhd at 'Mr 7ochlin', n ithe lbrhlue. Ttrile-street: theiletter and rnirn willt lie leared fromn it thif-ni-htour prior to the time nnpointerrl for elialn mnillt eleita lv. Oin nnrl nfler ilii .t Aliai'it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 March 1869

APPLICATION FOR A BEEIT LICENCE. To the Bench of Magistrates at Alexandra. I MARTIN WALL, now residing at Godfrev's Creek, in the colony of Victoria. do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply to the Justices sitting at the Court of Petty Sessions to be holden at Alexandia, on the slet day of April, 1869, for a certificate authorising the issue of a Beer Licence for a house which I now occupy at Godfrey's Creek. Dated this 15th day of March, 1869 - MARTIN WALL. APPLICATION FOR A BEER LICENCE. To the Bench of Magistrates at Alex andre. I WILLIAM F. NOLAN, now residing at , Alexandra, in the colony of Victoria. do hereby give notice that it is my Intention to apply to the Justices sitting at the Co.urt of Petty Ressions to be holden at Alexandra, on the let day of April, 1869, for a certificate nuthorising the issue of a Beer Licence, for a house which I now occupy at Alexandra. The house is known as the Eglinton Hotel Given under my hand this 5th day of March, 1869, WILLT...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT ENOCH'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 March 1869

PUBLIC MEETING AT ENOCH'S POINT. A public meeting of the inhabitants of   Enoch's Point and the adjacent country, was held at Bannister's Reefer's Hotel, on the evening of the 16th inst. Mr Saffron was voted to the chair, and Mr J. Goslett con- sented to act as secretary. The chairman opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement calling the   meeting, and explained that the object, most in view was to prevent that portion of terri- tory from being incorporated in the Upper Goulburn district or annexed to Alexandra district. He introduced Messrs Kelly and   Perkins, two members of the deputation from Darlingford and Alexandra, who lately waited on the Minister of Roads and Bridges in favor of annexing them to Alexandra,   who would explain why this meeting was called. Mr Edward Kelly stated that he had accompanied the deputation to the Minister     of Roads and Bridges, as a delegate from Darlingford...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1869. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

vIt11tt111ts F.VERY w\y)IiVt)AY AN. STURDAY. " Vertlte Vinclt 0nntklsln.° SATURDAY, MARC! 927, 1800. oiu l and 3cnerai: l gears -4----- We are compelled to hold over our leading remarks, Road Board report, and several local items. As will be observed from our advertising columns, a grand vocal and dramatic enter tainment will take place on Monday evening. in the large room of the Eldorado Hotel, the proceeds of which are to be devoted towards the liquidation of the debt upon the new .common school, which is now arncst com plete. The building is a credit to the com mittee of management, and doub'hles all will see it to be their duty to come forward and assist in the good work. The programme has been carefully selected, and contains a great variety se that there will be no lack of amusement. The performance will conclude with a sparkling little farce by T. H, Lacy, entitled "A. Silent Woman." Altogeth'er there is every prospect of the affair proving a complete success. List of account...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 25. (Before J. D. Webster Esq., and J. Peterkin, Esq., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

Thursdiy, March 2. (Before J. DA. WPbsrter Esq., and. J. Peterkin, Esq., J.P's.) Coghliln v O'Dell. MIr Coster for plaintiff'. Mr Emerson for d.fendant. Plaintiff agreed with the dtfendliot to haul logs off Downey Street; with `builooks, at 25s. per .day, aud.to- bring, from 14 to 16 bullocks. The 1tm!ter of. .dispute was as to whether the 251 per day rwas for the wliole of the buliocks -or for-eaolh team. _ Several witnesses swore that there was no mention of teams. .That the agreement was fobr 14 or 10 bullooks at 95s: The case was dis missed, with L1 16s costs for defendant. Same v Nolan: L6 for two teams of, bullocks at L1 per team, for three days. Defendant had given notice of a- set off of L? 7s, namely, a:horse valued, at LO. a rope 25s, and tobacco 9s. The two largest-items were objected to by plaintiff, who said he borrowed a horse from Nolan to go to Healesville, and when he returned, Nolan not being at home, he tied the horse up at the house lie had since seen the horse i...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

::PUBLIC- MEl''ING AT YEA. A meeting was held at Oliver's Muddy .Creek Hotel, on Wednesday evening last, for the purpose of hearing the candidates express their views on Road Board matters Mr Carson, of Ghin Ghin having been called' Ito the chair, paid though taken wholly by surprise, he could not refuse to fill the chair on that important occasion. "He feared the meeting buad not .' put the right man in the right place" but he would do his best. He would not inflict anything like a speech upon them 'as so many candidates had to address them. He would call upon the candidates in alphabetical order, and appealed 'without fear to the high character of the Yea people to keep order and give all the speakers a fair hearing. !Mr Grant being called upon said his being Rresent was quite ..occidontal, and not feeling 'well he did not propose speaking at any length, but hoped when the polling day came they would leave his.name on the list; Some objected i to him because he was young, but put ...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT GHIN GHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

PUBLIC MEETING AT GIIIN 3HIN. Mr Grant, according to announaemant, met the men of Ghin Ghin, at Zochio's Hotel, on Saturday evening last. Mr Webster, Mr M'Leish, and other gentlemen from Yea being present. Mr Carson, man neer of the City of Melbourne Company occupied the chair. Mr Grant came forward and in a short but pithy speech stated his views and in tentions respecting the proposed Road Board if .Je was elected a memher thereof. He stated that the gnood people of Ghin Ghin would soon have that dreaded official amongst them-the rate collector, and in order to see that they -were not rated too heavily it was necessary they should have so'ne 'one to look after their interists. To avoid a clique in the Board all the members should not he selected from one locality In coming forward as a candidate he was sorry hie cohld not do so with more ability. iI he should have the honor of being returned Ghin Ghin should not he i'nored. He would study the general welfare of the district, and g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

PUBLIC NOTICE. ON'and after the 1st April the business of the MINING ]REGIS'FItAi'S r)FI:CI will be transacted at the SURVEY CAMP, U.T. CREEK. S. K. VICKEIY, Mining Registrar. NOTICE, ANY person taking Stock off my run without notice will be prosecuted. DONALD M'KENZIE. Mount Pleasant. March 24th, 1869. TO LET-A Farm of land near Yea of 203 acres more or less, all fenced in, with a good house and other out buildings. Apply to W. M'Cleiland, Whittlesea Road. EASTER MONDAY EVENING. A GRAND VOAL, AND DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT will take place at the ELDORADO HOTEL. ON MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 29th, In aid of the Building Fund of the C O M M O N SCHOO L. The programme will cnnsi.t of Headings, Songs, Trios, Duets, and Instrumental Solos, concluding with the screaming farce by T. II Lacy, Esq.. entitled A SILENT WOMAN-! Marion Sanford ... ... MRS IRVINE. Mr Sanford ... .. Mr - Arthur Merton ... ... Mr J. Branch -0 Doors open at half-past 7, commence at 8 o'clock. Admislion-Reserve Seats 2s ; ba...

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A VISIT TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

A VISIT TO MELBOURNg. - Most persons who have been shut up in a country town for several years have a long ing desire to visit Melbourne, that they may see the changes that have been effected dur ing their absence ; and as they rattle' along Elizabeth-street past the Post Office, in one of Cobb & Cos.' coache -, the fatigues and jolting of a hundred miles over rough roads pass away like the pangs of a mother on hearing the cry of her first-born, and the mind is filled with expectations of com ing pleasure. In this peculiar happy state I landed at Cobb's office in Bourke street, lately, and before I could get the dust shaken off my whiskers and outer garments, and place myself firmly on the pavement amongst the crowd that are always found to that locality, an old friend got hold of me by the hand, saying "' Hallo, old boy, how are you ? What the duce has brought you down here ?," " Glad to see you," said I, "Just hold your horses whilst I R-o to the Globe, have a showerbath, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

A USTRALIAN ATiTANCE ASSURANCE C PMI'ANY. Established for Fir~ Tnsuranee. Assersnce of Lives, Fidelity Guarantee, Endowment and Annuities, Principal (fTices.: I8 Ellsaboth-street nwl 2 Collins-street west. jMleulhb'urnie, Captal- 250itibr.'' '?,r?ipu',red uD,'er Speial Act of Parliame fttVic. No CCC(V. The Hon. Robert Sti~ing Anderson, MIL C. ('lhairman. John I1 ltfr., 1'?q, .1 P. MI L A. lion JTnmes St,~eart Johnson, Iron (Captai M~Maihen :I '. I . , _- . _Mi?.lad seit ri',mey. IEq.J P. M L A Hon David Elliot Wiltio. M I), \I L A MtrltCAr, (Oi-Ivcriq: J. S. Motherwell. I. 1) V W. ICilbee Surgeon. By special Enactmen t the funds of the I.ife Branch are reserved solely for its 'ie, and separate from the other branches of tile Cn~ any's husiness. The distinetive frattlres ,f this company. are. that the profits reali-ed in eaCit bralueh of the husiness, Fire, Life, and (uarnlltee are shared in by the policy holders. i 'Fre inslurnees effected at current reduced rates of premiums MICHAE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

NP (TT I( F.. hN future the business department of thi journal will he mndurred ender the namo ,of WIITE LAW & SONS. hby whom alt npast llnhlitlee will he diehnrierd and whnalone are autlhorised to ecllect outstanding dlebts to. the ALcxAND?o RA NO'T C F. 3?IT A. FATI ONER is authorised tn rl eive E? uscriptlons and advertisemen.ts for this paper at Yen ,

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RATES OF POSTAGE CHARGEABLE ON LETTERS, NEWSPAPERS, PACKETS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

RATES OF POSTAGE CIIItGEABLE ON LETTERS, NEWSPAPERS, PACKETS, &o. The following are the revised rates ofpostage cha rge able In Victoria on letters, newspapers, and packets I-INLAND LETTERS. The distinction between town and country let ters is abolished from let August, 1866. For delivery in any part of the colony or for transmission overland to South Australia-Not exceeding half an ounce, 2d i and for. every ad ditional half ounce or fraction of half an ounce, 2d. 11.-LATE LETTERS. The following fees are to be charged upon let. ters posted after the time' for closing the mails: Inland letters.-For..any.time .not texee'ding.~a quarter of an hour, 2d 1 for any time . beyond a quarter of an hour, and not exceeding half an hour, 4d. Late fees must be paid. in all cases, by stamps affixed to the letters. III.-FOR THE UNITED KINODOMC. Letters for transmission to the United Kingdom via Southampton :-Not exceeding half an 'ounce 6d ; for every additional half ounce or fraction of h...

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THE BEGGAR-BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

THE H3EGGAlI-BABY' Pale and weary. strangely old. Wan with hunger, parched with cold, Clothed in rags around it rolled, Was this poor beggar-baby. Careless travellers passing by, Walke' around, lest, coming nigh, They mtuht hear the hungry cry Of this poor beggar-baby. Rich men passed, and thought within, " 'Twere well that life had never been," As though misfrtuneo were a sin For a poor beggar.baby. Only the pauper mother smilel, Only the mother hlessedl the ohil I, And murmured love in accents mild To that poor beggar-baby; But by and by that baby died, And they buried it (on thei pauper's side Of the vard)-only the mother cried For that poer beggar-baby ; Who used to cling to her lonely breast, And kiss her cheek ere it sunk to rest, Like a little bird in a happy nest Poor little beggar-baby I But to I beyond the pauper tomb. . A wondrous light stole through the gloom, And voices sane, ' In heaven ther's room, For that poor beggar- baby." And then in garments white and new, Upwar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

Fpge0a Fluid MIIagnesia. First-erla " -il , x ihitit , 1167. P ize %' ,. . ihi o., 181ST-7, rInTTl'E· s IlI.;'[) ?1,GNFrSTA obtrinetl thn S ,.,l. l'rz \ferdal awnarltd by the Jurors of the Ev,,liti i.,r 1R?r, and 19G7 Mr G. Cosmo Nowhury'n ananltals showed that Kruse's Fluid Magnesia was richer in saline mnt firial, and nearly dotble tile astrergth of any other luid Manncesia exhibited.' K?ran's Fluid MaOenrcia in partlcularly reenm mended ip all cases of derangement of the digestive organs. it is a correetive of asci'lity ; and durin. the heat of nnummer lts eontle aperient qualitina render it a Dnmestic Medicine of creat value. In the treatment of the disorders of children Its use will be found most s:mthing ,and beneflc ll. It forms a most deliciloos Summer 1)ra.,ltht tnken with KIiTRF'S SYRUP OF I ASPBERIRY AND LE?MON. first adding two parts of water to one o' Maenesia For fill plrttlllnrs see ht',1l hills an'elmpanying pach bottle. T I.:<T,'TfolN I .\. r. Tear Sir.-l...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARR7TVAL AND DESP.ITCOH OF.lIAILS Town. I ralt ..rrlve. ails I, Clo.e. Yen Tues".latae. tintrrlred 1v N otlan , We li.a R Imoro . I '4 :ar ]'', ::t · ' t t'. i,,l 2'. 1 hy llitt'1tor e ) 11 IL n. at . l,1l p I. Via 3ferton to m Mlanuotelid lamlesonn M1ondan . W'.edns- Tthuriday. Wood'a Point lay, anid iPritay. antd `aturday, at Soon at 0l., aLm.. I a.m. Melbourneo J Darlinigford ... n..av, anon. tmrdav p.m. Newspatlirs ti r' i,?er"t It?lr, are. r. tired to he poaled one houlr lire to the ti i aim,ilmntd for rcloalni malls. tloney Orderu ran niotv ,h ob.t:tlned at thil Omee from 10 am, nto .i i.m. Charr'e n vantle in Victoria --'s and under. &i ; L10 and tlnder. Io. ('olnnte..--1,5 and itder Ii; T.10 anid undiar, 2s. Great rfi'nltn and trcllrndt.-T-L2 and utnlldr,. Is; LS antd under. 2a rd : I.an toLl( er, :4 it1: LIo anrid nder, On, Teltrapihli t1aotnnraes can ho tranmitted througtiht this office. on til'eolnt of tlhe fees andt postago, to anvy tntion ...

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 March 1869

WOOD',.9 POINT POST OF'FICE. A?IBLICOP ±t0 Il'ATC ll AND A ItlrVAl OP 3MAIL9 It++ TII1" YAItltA TItA?K Post Town ,alls arrlve. taltls Clome. altm'lro ......... Prnlntre ...... ty. & lrhlayo nIesdlnys. & So. tlenlrvtlle ........ at . p.mn. tulaiya.t.tp.tn Melbourne ... Rler~ltrr ' tellers oald tltKmlWtlntl'tt mltt t pooted one hboo-p.rlor to ltl timtne pIyl tl'lf ' trr eloslnt this mblls. t'he ntr Is olt.n u Ill otIx u'el'ck every day, ?Stnsldv Thrtl e ! onute trer or te wilttrul be otn.ln b'twe t letten ors of. IntrotlrI fort rtusa I a+htot by moilt ulu.4u'itt'htet on that day WIllt to1 louat~rul. IfP tuuuatlet ad pru~lout'? o+?t~etal. ]flIottu actrs oart tue l otutulti "'I t it Iht..ofltctt psatathd 1tt tl'lrtuut1a. tlhr a.lt|ottt coleteutt, (Irelt I~lttalo atuti Ireland. Pite }lnttey Ordler otlre uwitlla o;,ett hotween lile hIiuril of 10 and I. A ttrerl'ln? Ilox hna hon er.taltllled at tMr Zachlnt'. on the. hrld.'u.. Rrtiuer-t,.ret tihe letters amtd popr, will bI, ...

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