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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

TITEROANTILK BANK OF SYDNEY Incorporated by Aut of Piirliiuneut . Ciiiiidil ? .€300,000 Reserve Fund .. .. £105,000 A Branch of tho above Bank is now open at the corner of Church and Macquario Htreots, Parramatta. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at rated which can bo ascertained ou upplicatiou. All usual Banking Business transacted. JU.ST1N J. BKKNAN, Manager.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Elections and True Policy. SEASONABLE WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

The Elections and True Policy. SEASONABLE WORDS. 1'KIl HAVOUtt OF KDITOK OV CUMHKRLAXD AltCIVS. 'Sin, — It is amazing to see how facts arc dis torted, and misrepresentations made, to suit the views or purposes of the candidates, and as tho County of Cumberland will havo consider able weight in tho new Parliament for good or for evil, you will, I trust, find room for Mmsn few remarks in your next issue. There is h great demand, so it seems, for a change in our focal policy ; which, no doubt, moans to in crease tho cost of even-thing (almost) to the consumer, -which, at the present time, must be ut lenst !- to 1 as against the producer. This is a very serious matter indeed. Nine persons are to bo taxed for tho supposed benefit of one. If we were sure this solitary person would be tetter of —would have more work and bu better. paid for it— all things duly considered — the nine of us would, may be, stretch a point, etc., — but what is the plain teaching on the sub ject. England has been...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Castle Hill A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Castle Hill A. and H. Association. A MKKTixn of tho Council was held at Castle Hill on Monday evening under the presidency of ' Mr. J. C. Hunt. Thoro were also present : Councillors Williams, .Banks, Gibbs, Fa'an, .T. E. Black, Tuokwell, J. Fuller, J, Harrison, H. Harrison, James, Bellamy, and F. G. Rogers, secretary. An apology was received on behalf of Mr. C. J. Moore, who was unable to attend through indisposition. Mr. Josenh Fuller was heartily welcomed, this being his first meeting since his severe accident. Messrs. Chiirles Anlezark and G. II. Black were ad mitted members of the association. There are now GO members on the roll. Tho Govern ment subsidy of £56 has been placed to the credit of the Association. Tho principal business was the appointment of judges, etc., for. the forthcoming show to be held on Easter Monday, April 22nd, 1889, and tho following havo been requested to act :— Sports : Hundi cuppers, J. Fuller. H. Harrison, and H. Orr ; Judge, C. 15. Fuller ; Starter,...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Gas Company, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Parramatta Gas Company, Limited. The half yearly meeting of the Parramatta Gas Company, Limited, was held at the Com pany's Oltico on Friday ovening. The report mid balanoesheet wereadoptcd and a dividend at tho rate of 8 por cont per annum was declared. The chairman , Mr. Chas. Watt, in moving tho adoption of the report, referred to the fact that the company had suffered to some extent from the late strike at Nowcnstle, but that owing to economy m management, the pneo ot gns had not been altered. This was in contrast of the Melbourne Gas Company, which had raised the price during the strike. Reforonce was also miide to tho subject of electric lighting of tho town by the Council, and Mr. Watt ob served that the Gas Company was quito pre pared and intended to mako an offer to tho Corporation to continue the lighting by gas. Tho returning directors Messrs. AVatkins and De.Low were unanimously re-elected, and the latter in returning thanks for his re-election, referred to a statement c...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

The Parramatta Branch of JOHN HUNTER'S Worid-Kenowned City Boot 'Palace. The Leading Establishment in Parramatta. -/ First-class Boots and Shoes at Moderate Prices, First-class Boots and Shoes at Moderate Prices % Which are all marked in Plain Figures. NOTICE.— A Quotation of Prices being no criterion of Value and Style, the Public are invited personally to inspect my New and Well Assorted Stock of LADIES', GENTS.' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES 'before Purchasing elsewhere, and to note the following facts, viz. : — .A. All Goods arc direct from the Manufacturers, no intermediate Profits being paid. All trade commission and discounts being saved in buying. IB Small uniform Profits only are charged on Manufacturers' Prices, thereby being in the reach of all. ... O Every article is marked in Plain Figures at the Lowest Possible Prices, whereby every purchaser receives uniform value. ID Any Goods not approved of (if not worn or soiled) can be exchanged, as I desire no article may be ke...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

To Correspondents. ' S.S.' — You want to know what we think of your maiden effort as a poet, and say the ' ' little thing ' which you enclose for our peru sal consumed a great deal of your time. We think it would have been a happy stroke of fate had you been consumed before you penned these lines : — The dew is in the mountains The ' Gentile' in the valley So-melxxlv works for Johnstoue and Gates And somebody for Mullally. You will excuse us for calling this rubbish, won't you? AVill you also spare our readers' feelings in the future, nnd spend your time can vassing for the Hospital or someother laudable work, instead of driving people there by this sort of thing.

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Parramatta Sewerage Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Parramatta Sewerage Scheme. A public meeting, convened by the Mayor (Mr. C. J. Byrnes), on requisition, was held in the Town Hall, Parramatta, on Monday even ing, to take steps to urge upon the Government the urgency of assisting the Council in provid ing a better sewerage system for the borough. The Mayor (Mr. C. J. Byrnes), presided, and ns the meeting progressed, a good number of residents dropped in in a casual sort of way. Amongst those present throughout we noticed the Vcn. Archdeacon Guntlier, the Rev. D'Arcy Irvine, Aldermen Taylor, Bearaes, Brodie, Moxham, undDixon, and Messrs. John Taylor, W. R. Jlurriy, W. Moseley, T. W. Pollock, R. Harper, jun., E N. Murray, H. 31. Todhunter, A. O. Willis, W. W. Bodetiham, J. M. Perrier, J. W. Withers, and W. Hart. An apology was received ?'rom Mr. C. B. Ciiinies. The Mayor was voted to the chair, and iu opening the meeting said he could not compli ment the ratepayers on their attendance, con sidering the important measure which was to b...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

KOSEHILL RACING CLUB. Following are the handicaps for tho two ilays' meeting of tho Rosehill Racing Club, which commences to-day, and will bo continued next Saturday : — GiiAxvu.i.i; Stakes. — 01 furlongs. si lb bI lb Paddv ... ... il 0 Cobweb... ... 7 i Hebel' ... ... S !I O..I. ... ... 7 O Tuscmora ... 8 7 (iold Leaf ... 7 0 Lonely ... ... S -I Belvoiiina ... 7 0 Kmneior ... S -1 Euclid ... ... 8 11 Cigarette ... 8 i! riintinnster ... 6 11 Too Snon ... S ?-? Fairfielil ... 6 !l (Jolenso... ... S 0 I!ivim O'Lvnn ... 6 !l Monium ... 7 11 Itubinson Maid ... 6 !) The Hypocrite ... 7 11 Blenheim ... 6 7 Sccond'Thoughl ..7 0 Persuasion ... 15 7 Some Day ... 7 !1 ],«dv ZeMiiml ... « 7 Charming ... 7 7 Kasfwood ... (i 4 Kimrsjfl-ove ... 7 7 l,ady ],yon ... (i 4 Thc'llnsa ... 7 4 Brucilla ... li 2 Waudo . ... 7 1 Moscow ... 8 S Bonn Vistu ... 7 2 Minto . . ... ti '.' At.ilnnta filly ... T ?-» The Hubdle Rack.— 2J- miles, llcllrlnger ... 12 7 1'iirndc ... ... 11 1 Minstrel Bov ... 12 O Attr...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Sports and Games CRICKET. lilcolsior v. Rosehill. — This match wasplayed nt Ryde on Saturday last and resulted in a win for Rosehill by one innings and 41 runs, both teams playing with 12 a sido. Scores . — Excelsior let iuninos. E. Clifton, run out ... 11 H. Hunt, b Colley ... ?- E. WicliH, h Miller ... O T. Hunt, b Colley ... 0 N. Clifton, 1- Miller ... O Moseley, not out ...14 A. Huwes, b Colley ... 7 limit, c, b Colley ... 1 L. Wiclta, b Colley ... 7 Sundries ? 3 W. Hawca, e. b Collcv 0 — Ticvitt, b Coltev ..'. 0 Total ? HI Jlmvoll. b Tye .'.. ... 1 ISowlinp; analysis : Miller, 30 balls, 2 wickets, 17 runs; Colley, lii) balls, 7 wickets, 11 runs: Pye, 18 balls, 1 wicket, S runs ; Wesley, G halls, 0 wickets, 6 runs. Kosehill 1st iuuings. Wharf, c, b K Clifton 2 File, c, b Hunt ? 3 Shepherd i\ b Hunt ... 23 Umgg.li Hatres ... 5 Colley, run out ? 1(1 I've, not. out ? IS Miller, c, b Clifton ... fi Smith, b Huwcs ... 0 Lansnlon, b Hnwes ... 0 Sundries ? 6 Budge, b Hawes ... i:\ — We...

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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

i Agricultural and Horticultural. (By 'Wbstmead) JIanaoemeot op Stuawbkkhy Plants aiteb Fekitixo. — When tho beds have been cleaved of their fruit tho runners are often ullowed to ran wild, sometimes to enable the growers to obtain stock, but more frequently bocauso other pressing matters claim immediate attention ; undso these lowly nlants aro loft to waste their strength when it I should bo forced into the buds from which tho | succeeding years flowers and fruit aro to bo I obtained. In due courso the beds are trimmed, ! weeded and perhaps mutilated by the introdue I tion of the spade or tho steel fork; thon to j make up for procrastination, a heavy dressing \ of manure is placed between tho rows but with ! what result ? Stimulated too late in the season i the weak ct owns settling down to Testmaltoa i fresh start, and a plentiful crop of leaves i shows that tho time lost cannot bo redeemed, I as frost will bo upon them betoro they aro I half ripe. Timely trimming, flooding, and \...

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Pennant Hills. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Pennant Hills. Tub opening ceremony in conuectiou witij tho now Wosloyan Chapel came off on Satur day last, and in every way proved a great suc cess. About 11 o'clock, the opening service oumntcnecd. There was a great crowd of people, iu fact twice as many as could find sitting room, Tho ministers present at tho opening were Rev. J. E. Carnithers (Minister of Circuit), Revs. Clifton, Wooluougli, Caldweil, Taylor, and \vobb, each one taking a part iu the ser vice. The liov. J. Clifton preached a really splendid sermon. Among tho lessons ho wished to teach was tho necessity of loading a sober, honest, aud Godly life, and that, although ho could congratulate the people on building such a beautiful chapel, unless souls wore born to God, the building would prove a fail ure iu tlio oyc.-i of God and Christians. After tho service, everybody adjourned to a largo marquee, where a really sumptuous dinner was spread, the tables being given and provided by the following ladies:— Mesdames Pogson...

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THE FREETRADE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

THE FREETRADE CANDIDATES. Mr. Frank Farnell addressed a meeting of over 500 persons at the Rookwood railway gates on Friday. Mr. T. Corbett, the chairman, in troduced Mr. Farnell, who was enthusiastically received, and uddressed the meeting at length, and was accorded a flattering vote of confidence. Messrs. Linsley and Dale also addressed the meetin-r. Mr. Frank Farnell, who is seeking re-election at the hands of tho electors of Central Cumber land, addressed two meetings on Saturday even ing last, one at Eastwood and the other at Ryde. At tho first-mentioned place there wore GO persons present. Mr. D. Martin, J.P., occu pied the chair, and at the conclusion of the ad dress Mr. Farnell was accorded a unanimous vote of confidence. One of the largest and most representative meetings ever held at Ryde took place at the local council chambers. Mr. Samuel Jordan occupied the chair, and in com plimentary terms spoke of Mr. Farnell's past career. Mr. Farnell In rising to address those pre...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Central Cumberland Election. THE PROTECTIONIST CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

Central Cumberland Election. 'I HE PROTECTIONIST CANDIDATES. jU.essks. A. Uee, J. Thorpe, yv. II. Graves' and N. G. Bull, tho Protectionist candidates, commenced their campaign nt Rookwood on Saturday evening to a crowd of about loO persons. Mr. J. H. Decent occupied the chair and introduced tho various candidates. Mr. W, H. Graves was tho first speaker. Ho said it was not to be expected that all the electors would bo of tho same mind in regard to tho issuo of tho prosout election, but either side could agree to hear what tho other sido had to say. They were now launchod into a general election, and ho should com mence by lotting them know how this was brought about. Two years ago there was a fight between Freo or foreign traders (as they called them) and Protectionists, or tho national party. Tho Freetraders went back with a majority, but much smaller than they had had on any previous occasion. Sinoo then tho causo of Protection had boon gaining ground month by month. Honest, good ...

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The Parramatta Council's Finances. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

The Parramatta Council's Finances. Thus a, correspondent : — Now that tho ques tion of cost of bringing into tho town tho water from the Prospect Reservoir has boon roforred to the Financo Committee of tho Borough Council, a few figures from official and other reliable sources as to the indebtedness of tho Council and its relation iu that rospect to other municipalities may not be out of place. It has been stated that all the accounts of tho Council are overdrawn : this boiug so, tho amount so overdrawn will rcquiro to be added to tho sum gifou below. At tho end of 1S8G tho loan ac count stood at £23,100, of which £14,000 had been borrowed that year. During 1SS5 no loan would seem to have been negotiated. At the end of 1S87 tho loan ac count stood at £38,100, of which £15,000 was borrowed that year. As far as can bo gathered £3,500 was borrowed in 1S8S for desiccating works. The total liability there fore at tho oud of December last on tho loan accounts is £11,000 : a very tidy sum ...

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MR. RITCHIE'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 2 February 1889

MR. RITCHIE'S CANDIDATURE. Mr. R. A. Ritchie commenced his campaign by an address in the Albert Hall, Granvillc, on Friday evening, tho hall being well filled. Mr. John Taylor, president of the Central Cumber land Freetrade Association, opened the meeting and announced that it had been unani mously resolved by the association to recommend to the electors Messrs. F. Farnell, J. Nobbs, R. A. Ritchie, and J. R. Linsley. After explaining the objects of tho association, ho said he hoped the same spirit of fairness would animate the hearts of their opponents as they would ask for themselves. He advised the meeting to read the association's manifesto as published in that day's Anous. Ho believed when thoy did read it, many would come to realise that the principle of Froetrado was the best for Now South AVales. (Applause.) Alderman T. H. Marshall, who was voted (o tho chair, said ho. had great pleasure in acting as chairman when a candidate like Mr. Ritchie was seeking their suffrages. He u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

The Treasury, New South 'Wattss, Jauuavy 4, 1SSI-. 1 SSUA1 T E X V K R S. TENDERS FOB FORAGE FOR THE POLICE THROUGHOUT THK COLOXY, A3SD i'OK PU1VUC DE PARTMENTS, METKOPOUTAX AND PARKAliATrA DISTRICTS, ISS9-90. ? NOTICE is hereby given that TENDERS ] for the Annual Forago Supplies for the Police throughout the colony, and for Public Depart ments Metropolitan and rarramatta Districts, for the vear ending MARCH 31st, ISW, will be received at the Treasury up to noon on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY -2S, 1SSO. Tho list of Stations and conditions of con- . tracts etc., will be found in 'Government -?- -Gerette' (Supplement) No. 3. of January 2, 1SS9, and in succeeding numbers up to daic of receiving Tenders, copies of which can be seen at all Courthouses throughout the colony. Tender forms can be obtained at the various oolice stations, or from the Treasury. ^ F. J. BURNS. Tho Treasury, New South Wales, January 4, 1880. .ANNUAL TENDERS. TENDERS FOR RATIONS, PROVIS IONS, FIREWOOD, &c, FOR GAO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

MUNICIPAL DISTEICT 01' PROSPECT AND SHERWOOD. The undermentioned gentlemen have been diily nominated as ALDERMEN. FRANCIS AIEJNS KENYON, DAVID HADDON HEATON, JOHN MARGRAVE BAILEY. AVILLIAM PLAYFORD, GEORGE MUSTON, WILLIAM STIEME. The Polling will be taken at the Council Chambers and tho Temperance Hall, Pitt-street, on TUESDAY, FEB RUARY 12th, 1889. HENRY T. JONES, Returning Officer. Council Chambers, ? February 5th, 1889. MUNICIPALITY OF S-MITHFIEDD AND FAIRFIELD. TO THE RATEPAYERS. ME. JOHN LACKEY will bo a CANDIDATE ut tho First Election of Aldormon for the above Municipality, and hereby solicits your support. He pledges himself, on all occasions, to use his best endeavours for the Improvement and advancement of tho district, Smithfield, ? January 23rd, 1880. ? ?JTOT&OUG-H O~F GRXNVILLE. TENDERS will bo receive;! up to 0 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, tho 13th. Day, of FEBRU ARY, from persons competent to perform tho duties of VALUERS of tho Rateable Property in tho Borough of Granvi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

YOTE for HUGH TAYLOR, tho True and Constant Friend of tho ? AVOBK1NG MAN. ? AUCTIONEER'S License. — An auctioneer's general liconse has been granted to Mr. Frederick Stack, Church-street, Parramatta. /SJOTTAGE to Let in Short-streofy Parra-' \j matta. Rsduced Rent. Apply, Murray Bros., Parramatta. . ' ATlANACH'S Disinfectant for Close - Pans, Cesspits, Drains, Stables, Dust boxes, Sick Rooms, and Hospitals. Agents, ? MURRAY BROS. /'I ARDEN PUMPS, for Washing .Buggies \JT or Fire Extinguishing, 3s Gd. ? MURRAY BROS. J3IANO and Violin. MISS Mi E. SAUN7 DERS (pupil of Mr. Alpress) receives arid visits pupils. Terms, etc., Mr. Saundor's music shop, Church-street, Parramatta. r | \u liJST, Land, at rear of Brown's Blaok X smith shop, frontage to lane ; suitablo . for storage ; would erect store if required. MURRAY BROS., , Parramatta. rpHOMAS DIXON, Church-street South, ? : JL Solo Agent Madamo Weigel's Paper i'. Patterns — every kind of garment. Licensed to sell Postage and Duty Stamps....

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

AQUATICS. ? Early this week, Mr. H. Davey, tho secre tary, and Mr. A. O'Brien, deputy captain of the Parramatta Rowing (Jlub, had a race from tho Kerosene Wharf to tho shed. Tho latter, after a good contest, landed a winner, The club will bo represented at tho forthcoming Peurith Regatta, on the 23rd inst. ?' Paddy' O'Brieu will represent them in the single sculls. St. John's aimualj Church Society meeting on Tuesday next, when Archdeacon Gunther will lecture on 'The Protestant Episcopal Church m America.' On AVednesday last All Saints' Church Par ramatta, was tho scene of a fashionable wedding, i .n which occasion Charles William Busby and I Minnie Caroline Bettington were united in tho holy bonds by the Rev. J. Done, incumbent, as sisted by the Ven. Archdeacon Gunther, a '* i specially prepared order of service being taste- ' fully printed at this office. The choir, under ! under the leadership of Mr. C. H. Spier, with i the assistance of Mr. Ai thur Massey, at the organ, rendered...

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Concert at Sherwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 9 February 1889

Concert at Sherwood. A Concert was held in St. Peter's C. E. Mission Churoh, AVestorn-road, on Tuesday, in aid of tho stipend fund. Tho hall, which was very prettily decorated by tho ladies of tho parish, was orowded to excess. Tho Ven. Archdeacon Gunther presided. The programme opened with a brilliant pianoforte duet, by miss -vicKnam ana lvir. luassey ; Mr. Wai followed with the song, ' Captive to Thee,' Mr. Proudlock rendered splendidly the song, ' The Star of Bethlehem,* Miss Jessie Goodin sang, 'It was a dream' very sweetly ; Mr. Russell played the 'Mocking Bird' in a very masterly mannor ; Mr. Nobbs followed with a song; Mrs. Harry Fullagar and Mr. Proudlock sang tho duet, 'Too many hearts,' aud re ceived a well-merited encore ; a pianoforte selection by Miss Moffat, and tho song, ' ' Tho Villago Blacksmith,' by Mr. Horton, con cluded the first part of the programme, Part II. opened with a woll- rendered duot bv Misses Golby and Gates; Mr. Leslie Oakos sang the ' Roman Girl's ...

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