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MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

MORTJYA. [From our Correspondent.] Nothing very startling amongst lis at the present time; Good Templarism flourishing ; all the little boys arid girls have joined, and' many qf the old s wipers, and ono 9r two periodical bursters have gone in for the cause from selfish motives. Now I am not much given to moralising, but I liave re-_ pentedly heard that it was a veiy bad prin- ' ciple to allow children to mix up with tap room lusliingtons. On Sunday next the. Rev. H, E. Taylor is going tq preach a tem perance sermon, and has invited the Temp lars to attend, so they aws coming out quite grand in their regalia. The Horticultural Society's exhibition, takes place on the 81st instant and promises^ to be a success. I hear the. committee have, decided to give ornamental and useful little, things for prizes. The exliibjtion will be. held in the ball room of the old Royal Hotel. Of course there will be music ; Moruya could' , not have a gathering of any kind '^ithout 1 music. Tho contractor...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

OANDEia STOEES. SPECIAL .BrOUNCEMENT. jTOW SUgMffRjiiAFBRY! I have umch pleasure in soliciting Inspec tio i of i iJa EXTENSP 15 SUfPj^ENT OK SIM51ER I llii 'ERT, &C. Now opc liiig, w}iich for Variety, Quaii ty. and Low Prices Will be found 1 1 EXCEL any Other Stock ii the District. A. H. LEV'S, CANDELO STORES. ' 1 I Ghurch Services. C.hurch of England. DIVINE SERVICE will he held ntSt. John's 13egn, every Sunday Morning' aud Evening. Holy Communion ou the First Sunday iu Every Mo.itli. Baptisms every Sunday, at 3p. m. Kameruka Parish. Novembei 2—Kniuaruka, 11 a.m.; Colombo, 3.3Q p.m. November 9 — W-olumln, 11 a.m. ; Panbula, 8.30 p.m. November 16 — Tvamanikn , 11 a.m. ; Colombo, 8.30 p.m. November 30 — Piinbula, 11 a.m. (H.C.) ; Mcrimbula, 7.30 p.m. ' E. EARL. November 23 — Kamaruka, 11 a.m. (H.C.) and 7.80 p.m. ; tantawanglo, 3.30 p.m. Noyombor24 (Monday) — Wolumla, 7.30 p.m November 25 (Tuesday}— Panbula, 7.80 p.m. November 26 (Wednesday) — Mcrimbula, 7. 30 p.m. — By Rev. ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

Shipping, '. Steam Navigation - ...' u-iv*.- Company. Bi-woekly Steamer Between Sydney, 4 Mdrimbula, Tsthra and Edeii. f llHE HUNTER and oilier Steamers leave I SYDNEY for'TATHRA, MKKIM11ULA . '' aii.lKDEN,. every WBD'NESDAY, at 9.15 : a.m., K-lnrniug.Wi) FlilDAV. Fores Ui*m Freights at Lowest Rates \oe£t~s : Ivl CMI , Mr, II. KKO&;. and at rlerinihiiln, Mr. A. T. GIBSON ;.nt Tallua, ,fj O. 13ATTAN P l Kit MEYER. /jft- ^ J line 2, 1-87U ? . 'Business Directory. ; G. HASLINGDEN, A U .C T I jO J& : E .E R, j Jitin& and. $ d/mvil. .Agent.; . | 'o'MceTz ciiVroh STR..E ET. I Sai^ YAiins CHpRCn STREET, ! - ' (Late 1': IJo ? and CoX) j ^WOQI* -WOOi* VITVANCE^. smnjlft-/ larjr-\ r.gninst ihe , coming clip (IS7FJ. ? Eiisiest terms .;' ' ? ?? ' .TO HN F,UHjuE;i,'. ? Stock . luil Station Agent, Sydney. ' -- jr. ; C,::A^DEESOH & SONS, : IRON , and .tin 1 -!IPPS-STREET,»BKGA. . , %EfeB & BOOTH^ C O'H'KISSION ' A/G E N T'S, . 69 and 7£ Sussex-^/, Sydney, . ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Safely aud Securely;— When the severities of .winter have yielded to the genial spring, invalids should make a determined effort to regain tli sir lost health : when through confinement indoors, wan t of appetite, aud disturbed sleep, the entire system has been weakened and the spirits have been broken down, Holloway's remedies are equal to the occasion. The Ointment rubbed over the regions of the stomach and liver, aided by the internal ad ministration of his. Pills, will rectify tbe digestion, regulate the bile, and purify the blood — three sanitory actions which will speedily confer renewed vigour, brace up tbe failing nerves, confirm tbe flaccid muscles, and restore to tbe ailing cheerfulness, that great charm of existence. Oct this odt.— It. Mat Save Toua Life. — Liver is King.— The liver is the imperial or gan of the whole human system, as it controls the life, health, and happiness of num. Green's August Flower is uueqnalled in curing persons a...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

The Ministerial programme, a telegraphic digest of which appears in another column, gives promise of plenty of work for the session, hut in the fend tlicro may be a blank drawn with regard to practical legis lation, as has been die case with mauy sessions inaugurated with as great a pro mise of hard work. The first item is the Laud Bill, and this measure — rejected- by the Lords — is to he sent up again in isomething of the old form. The untract able Upper House, with its now; blood, may be more pliant th&n of yore, but wo fancy it will take a more decided expres sion of the feeling of the country to induce that Chamber to pass the measure into law. The second part of the programme — ? electoral reform— should have taken first place, for with, the important questions of Land reform and Education to consider, it is not fair that a. Honse which does not nearly represent the country should arbi trate on matters of -such moment;'.'. The proper course would have been $o ' have pu...

BEGA POST-OFFICE ARRIVALS AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

'bega post-office. « ?- r . 1 'I A11B1VAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARBIVAI.S, 'j Sydney via Goulbnru, Braid-] Dai'ty, (Tues wood,, Moruyii, liurobodalla, J- daji excepted) C-jbaijgiJ and Brbgo, ' ' ' ) :it5'jun. Jvamei:ukar-Ciuidel(?. Mocilla : i . .j, ', OuloiiiVw 3„d M.maro; via t ' Tanuwangb. ) 7f30 a nK ? Kanieruka,. Caudelo, and Col- 1 Tljur^davs, ombo, | 7i:0 p.m. Eden, ' 1'anbnla, Townmba, i Tuesday and Merimbuln, and Wolumla, t J- Friday, .4 p.m. Jlonnro, via Wyndliam and j Tuesday, at -4 l'aultula, , . ; , i ij' ; p.i'n, , Monaro. via Colombo,; and | Sunday, atG.30 Numbugga, 1 j' p'.m. Tauja (NclsoUB^ .ij \K 1 1 Tuesday, 10.30 \ . ) a Tbe Mail by Steamer rcaiihe^Begayla Tathra on WednePdiiy 6r Tbui-sday; DliPAUTUUliS. Sydney via Bropo, Cnbarpi, ] Daily, (T):up Knrobodalla, Moruya, Braid- -days excepted, wood, nnd GoulbUru, . j nt 1I/.10 a.m. Kamernka, Candeio. nnd Wo- 1 Moi'dnys. 9.30 gilla ; hnd.llouarn via Tan- - a.m. . tawanglo, . '? ) Itamcuka and Candeio ; and I Thursday,...

CHIT-CHAT ABOUT THE EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

CHIT-CHA1 ABOUT THE EXHIBITION By a Country Visitor. ''The Exhibition is a great success.' 'Tbe Exhibition is an unmitigated evil.' Such are . tlie totally diverse opinions that have been and are pronounced in reference to the great show in the Garden Palace and adjoining I grounds. Of course, in the forming of these opinions, almost everything depends upon the standpoint from which the affair is judged, mm me prejudices wun wmcliit is regarded. For myself, I am free to confess that put ting extraneous considerations out of the way, and looking at the Exhibition as it stand®, as a great exposition of tbe arts and industries o£ the nations, it is a great success. As a show, it is -to tne wonder nnd an astonishment. That bucIi a building should have been put up, and such a number and variety of exhibits gathered from all Darts of the world within so short a time, is a matter rfleecting the highest credit on the colony in general, and upon those who 4-ave had more immediately to do wit...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

Hollow-Ay's Pills. — The stomach- and its troubles cause more discomfort and brings more unhappiness than is commonly supposed;. The- L . thousand ills that settle there may be prevented or dislodged by the jjidiciouB useof these purify ing Pills, which act as a sure, gentle anti-acid .- , aperient,, without annoying the- nerves of the nerves of tbe most susceptible^ or- irritating the- - most delicate organization. Holloway's Pills will bestow comfort and confer relief on every headachy, dyspeptic, and sickly sufferer, whose tortures make him a burden, to himself and 'a- bugbear to his friends. These fills have long- - .. . been the- popular remedy for a weak stomach,. . . , for a disordered liver, orapaialysed digestion,. which yield without difficulty to their regiila ting, purifying, and tonic qualities.. TENDERS, TENDERS will bp received at BOMBALA up, to 17; h NOVEMBER, for Works on Roads. OATHCART via WINDHAM to PANBULA. NEW BUILDINGS to TOWAMBA, . For which, Specifications a...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourseleves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] TO THE MEDICAL STAFF, BEGA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We -j(o not identify curseleres with the opioions expressed by correspondents.] TO THE MEDICAL STAFF, BEGA DISTRICT. (Per favour Standard.) . Gentlemen,— Toil cannot shut your eyes to the often-reiterated cry that the consump tion of intoxicating drinks has fearfully in- . creased, and, consequently, that crime is on tlie increase madness is on the increase, pauperismis on the increase, destruction of human bodies and loss of human souls is on the increase. In the face of the statement tliat alcohol 'is leading Great Britain at a fearful pace to national bankruptcy — in face 01 your personal expeneuce tana supposing you to use your eyes like other educated men) — does it not behove yeu to pause before you again, mechanically and with out due weighing, prescribe wine, ale,, porter, or brandy for any patient— man, woman, or child? It was ' unfortu nate for Liebig to theorize that alcohol was ' combusted' in the lungs. The force' lent by the weight of this gre...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

GENEEAL NEWS. The effect of the breakwater at the Moruya Heads, according to the Examiner, is a depth of water of eighteen feet where 'a sand bank formerly stood. The information is not given as to the depth oi water in the break on the bar. Mr. T. Garrett's seat in the House is in jeopardy, by reason of his accepting an office of profit from the Government, to wit a seat on the Metropolitan Improvement Board. The question to refer the matter to the Elections and'Qualifications committee was negatived, . but it seems certain that Mr. Garrett cannot hold both positions, and there is a recent precedent in reference to the Commissioners of Customs, members of the Upper House, who had to resign their positions at the Cus tom House. -. A rush has set in to the Merool Creek,- 100 miles from Grenfell, and Mr. Warden , De Boos has gone to report. The Evening News telegram Bays that only lOdwts. 12gr. ofgold have yet come to hand 'and ' cautions miners against a stampede. We remember that .M...

TANJA CHURCH. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

TANJA CHURCH. . \To the Editor of the. licga Standard.) Sib, — As it seems there is a discrepancy be tween the list published and the balance sheet, -I may as well explain that through an error, the name of Mr. P. H. Wood (jEI) was omitted. This makes £25 lis. 6d., in cluding the names already published. The balance — £19 18s. 6d. — was received from private personal friends,, whose names are withheld at the request of the collector. I also omitted to mention that when a bazaar was contemplated Mr. i'eden Kindly for warded a few articles towards it, a portion of which were since sold; and the value of those sold and those still for sale is held towards payment of the balance on the con tract. I shall, not again refer to tbo matter in print, and if the committee require any further information I would suggest that a meeting be called and tlie attendance of the secretary and treasurer requested, when I will be happy to furnish any further inform ation relative to the matter within my ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

T'E^^^TOD,; 1'0 STAND THIS. SEASON , AT CANDELO, And travel throughout'thc uoigbl-orbobj3,^ The Well-known Blooil Stalliou #P0RTER,.„, BY New 'Warrior, imported ; dam Princcss '? %yfAttWnt'(iinj()orlo-l) j .by Electa from ? Election. lilecta is from Miss Manager by Problem. (See Gcnoi-^J Stud Book; . Porter is n bright liny hoisc. 16 hands high, and is liiilC'brotJier, to Tim Whifller., Priam, '? Warrior, Romu'n, nnd Mermaid, nnd from tbe 3iit?b sdniii of blouc| lie carries should prove a,. vu.l«iib1c wii-c. ? Tliiough ;.iti injury received in lijs jrnutli -lie was not: so -successful on tlie Turf as $vas expected, but on the Show Grounds his bitfd briiigs him toibe front, At Oooma and nt Heguhctobk flrsl pvisc ngaiust good fields at liorses, notably RiHemim, Muflgoe lvecvvis, aud ot liei'S ; and .'it Boinbnla lie took , second to Brigadier, impprted. . . Prater lias proved himself a sure foa) potter. Tunas. — One Miirc, £2 10s. ;for two or moro ii reduction will 'be m'idc. Every ca...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

OUR TELEGRAMS. f Fbom odb Telegbaphio Correspondents.] SYDNEY, November 6. I In the Assembly yesterday the Colonial Secretary obtained leave to introduce au Education Bill. He explained the main principles of the Measure, and said that it was intended to establish Grammar schools for boys in some of the principal towns, and also to give attention to higher edu cation for girls ; religious instruction to be provided for which will allow a special class room £0 be built to schools number ing fifty pupils, the hours of teaching to be left to private arrangement between the teachers and the clergymen. The principle of compulsory attendance is to be introduced to a limited extent, and it is proposed to proclaim certain districts in which it may be necessary. The attend ance necessary for the establishment of a Public School to be reduced to twenty. It is not intended to make education free, but to charge threepence per week up to four years, of age, and not more, than one , shilling in t...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

A FREE TRADE STORE. ./ . .. 1 ' - ? . ? . I w m^GOQDsi , mw mwn ^ \ ' r ; -« ' J. -'M.- ' IS NOW OPENING a Splendid Assortineat of SUMMER DRAPERY and GENERAL MERCHANDISE, and having purchased with great advantage in the late depressed state of the Sydney maikets, he can now sell First-class Goods at j. A Great KEDUCTIOiS' on ' FORMER PRICES ! FRENCH KID GLOVES at Is. lid. BEAUTIFUL LUSTRES and Fancy DRESS MATERIALS from 6 id. per yard. Choice GINGHAMS from id. per yard. BERLIN WO(5L in all shades. A large Assortment of .^PARACHUTES from ls. 3d. TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS, ? -l 2sTew Shapes, very Cheflpv LADIES' BELTS iu Leather and other styles, from 6d. each. A variety of DRESS TRIMMINGS and FANCY. MILLINERY, the newest design. .The new FISCHUES and CAPES in China Crape and Sea-weed Trimming, the LATEST FASHION., .. , . ? — ? ? :o: ? — Hollands and Drills, Sheetings. Gambroons, Calicoes. Towellings- i Damasks, Window-nets, &e., at a small advance on Cost. 'mm Good SHIRTING at...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

[fbom the Press Telegrams.] LONDON, November 2. The Ameer of Cabul is implicated in the treachery of which bis ministers were alone, suspected, and by which Major Cavagnari and his suite met such an unhappy fate. The investigation which Major-General Roberts is conducting points strongly to tbe culpability of the Ameer. Yakoob endeav oured to escape beyond the reacli ot British justice, but his effort was frustrated. He is now a prisoner, and is kept under close mili taiy surveillance. LONDON, November 1. j Tbe political changes at Constantinople, and the tum in the attitude of Turkey in favour of Russia, have promptly drawn from England an ultimatum. It is demanded of the Sultan that, he shall at once proceed to carry out the reforms' ill that part of Asia over which England has assumed a pro tectorate. Simultaneously with the announce ment of the ultimatum, the British Mediter ranean squadron has been ordered to Voorla, ! on the coast of Asia Minor. ' j

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

Victoria House. NOVICE. THE above Estjiblislmiciit will 11E CLOSED 'on MONDAY NEXT, in coinmcmornliou of I be Princc of Wales' Birthdnv. W'. THOMSON. Notice. THE Establishment of the Undersigned will B13 UI.OSICD on MONOAY, lOUi iobt., in commemoration ot the I'riuce of Wales' Birthday. : MAGNUS J. PEDEN. Ik'gn General Stores. Church Services. Cliuroh of England. DIVINE SERVICE will bo held at St. John's Bega, every Sunday .Morning aud Evening. Holy Oomuiuuion on the Fust Sunday it. Every Mo.itli. Baptisms every Sunday, at 3p. m. Kamkiiuka Parish. November 9— Wolumla, 11 a.m.; Panbula, 3.80 p.m. R.32AHL. November 28 — Kamarukn, 11 a.td. (H.C.) :md 7 30 p.m. ; Tantawanglo, 3.30 p.m. ? 1 i^vciivjor 24 .(Houday) — Wolumla, 7.80 p.m Catholic. MASS will be aclohrnlod on Sunday, as under November 9— Pntibula. November lC-r-Bcga. f. Wesleyan. DIVINE SERVICE will bo conducted as under : — '-ovcmbcr 9— Bega, -8 p.m. (Special Child ren's Service) and 7.30 p.m. .. . ' / 7 Mn.W. H. Bowmakeb. No...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

?4.'.' Shipping.. , . '. f ^?^Siraatra' _ .#♦ Company.- ? ? ~ JBi-tireekly Steamer Between Sydney, rMVyrirnhula. TatjlartL and. Eden. . ?; f a «HR HUNTESiai/i otlier Steamers-leave % . I SYDNEY forVftTHKA, MEIUMBULA, J 4 nii.1 EDEN, every WEDNESDAY, at 9.15 a.m., ltlurniugon FU1DAY, JSares aud Freights at Lowest Rates . ?-£- ,f0t-; .... i ? ? - . ' * VOENTBi Rilen , Mr. H. JyBQN-V jind.at. . --' Morimbula, Mr. A. T. GIBSON ; at Tathra, C. BATTANDiER MEYER. Jane 2, 187® 1 ? Busi nesB Directory. ; G. HASLINGDEN. ! A' U C 'T I O^J E E R, Man 3 and ffUveral JLgervb. Office': CHimP STREET. , * SAle Yards : CHURCH STREET, , (Late J?.-' Be . a^Co.'s.) ; ' J Wool: ' /wool VDYANCES, smiillvor large,/ against the ? coming clip -1877). Easiest terms JOHN BRIDGE. Stock and Stabon' AgeGt, ^Syiluey .; , -j . ^ S'' C. ANDEESori «)KS, ./ PLUMB^RSrGA^/mSED^RON AND TQf PLAt)| .-WflHKERS, CTPPS-STREET, BEG^.. WiilBB & BOOTj^ COM M I S S I'O N ' & GENTS, 6,9 aad: 71 Sussox-W-, Sydney, ,...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

Oorseuves. — Owing to- tlie run of adver tisements, wo issue a supplement this week, but are still compelled to bold over leader, Auother dossils' letter, Bormagui oorrespan- , donee, and other reading matter. Holiday. — The anniversary of tho Prince of Vales* Birthday lulling on Sunday this year, Monday next is proclaimed a public JioTiday. The banks and all business ' places ?will be closed. District. Couet.— Tlii^'is the last day for tho issue of plaints.' The Registrar's office will be kept open 'Tor tho purpose up 'to throe o'clock. The sittings of the court will be held 011 Friday next. ' Dramatic Club. — -The performance on Monday' evening bids fair to be among the best of the club's efforts. A meeting ?will bo called shortly to consider what steps shall betaken to bring the hospital movemont to. nil issue. Tathiu:— There is a probability that the Trustees will have to re-impose the objec tionable wharfage rates unless the Illawarra Steam Company, aid them, in repaying the ou...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 November 1879

,. MARRIAGE. TYRRELL.— -BLACK A.— Onlbe 1st November, ? ntthcreaideticcoft.be bride's parents, hythe Rev. J. E. Carrutbers, Edward George Tyrrell . to Maiy Blacka. daughter ot Mr. W. Blorka, Cobargo.. ' gep ? Simbnxb. True to our Principles. ' Saturday, November s, ist£-.

BERMAGUI FREIGHT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

BERMAGUI FREIGHT QUESTION. The following correspondence has. been forwarded to us for publication in accor dance with a resolution passed ata public .meeting recently held at ? |»f.fto Hbnrt , O1.A11M.. . Wharf, ?Sydneyiv-Dear held here to-dnv-with rpfprpnfVi1' in ex cessive frogjits -charged^ ojniersV, pf trader| to^Bcnpa'giii, .reqpaeeted!^ . write and ask you if tlie' memo , (copy here?, 'with attached) Is a bdm 'fide docatbeu^ apd if tbe statement* therein^con|aSned are correct ; as.it 'was nbi^signedyby; you ; it was .doubted by some as being authentic. Mr. , -Jlitchie has also been written to. Your' reply-; will be^-pnbhfihed ;in Bega Standoff— * GboboE; RoBi®TS, Chairman.^? Meiing. . ''Meraorandum from HenrY Clarke, Produce Merchant, Victoria Wharf, to CJatt. Jno. SMl^,jjf-Active'' — -Dear''Sir, — I beg to inform you that- the 'under- mentioned .^freightR were only . charged,' paid for.adBtoie v^seligredi ted with : — Aug. 7 — A-?Sawtell, l cst lard, 3s not 5s. Aug. 27— Do, 1...

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