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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MOXDÍT, MAY 23. BEFORE tho Police Magistrate. DRUNKARDS.-R. M'lntosh, J. nanson, AAT. Brennan, D. Conroy, Robert Beswick, and AV. Paterson, wore severally fined 10«. cnch with the usual alternative, for drunkenness and dis- orderly conduct. Hugh Kelly for lho snmo offence, was fined 20s. or 43 hour« in gaol ¡ and Catherine Collins, a very old offender, was sen- tenced to ono month's imprisonment for hnbitunl drunkenness. John Smith, on bail, did not appear when called, and forfeited his bail amounting to £5. LIRCEXY.-A mau named Henderson was brought up on a chargo of larceny, and waa re- manded until AVednesday. Lux VOY. - H. Horc'ieen, a German, was brought up on suspicion of boing a lunatic, and was scut to gaol for ono month for medical treatment. RIOTOUS COXDUCT.-Joseph Biggo, Edward Pashen, and James Slocombo woro brought up on bail, charged with conducting thomselvos in R riotous manner, and as«aulting the police. Thoy pleaded not guilty, and Air. Garric...

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BREADSTUFFS AVAILABLE FOR EXPORTATION FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From the S.A. Register.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

PREADSTUFFS AVAILABLE FOR EX- PORTATION FROM SOUTH AUS- TRALIA. fFrom (ho S. A. Rcghtei'.J Tun yield of tho ln«t harvest ha« not been so large as was anticipated. In addition to lho fact that the average per aero is less than was expected, there is the circumstanco thal in ninny districts where the yield was good the acreage of land which lind been put under wheut crops was smaller than in tho previous yenr. AAlicn tho prepnrnt ions for harvest were made no one expected «o givnt ii chango in the flour market a« thal which took place ut tho end of 18(53 ; uni!, therefore, except in the north-whore, for- tunately, the crops generally havo been heavy there was a disinclination to increaso lho quantify of lund sown with wheal. AVe have received from Mr. J. Boothby, the Government Statift, that portion of tho agricul- tural returns for 1SG3-1 which contains n stntc ment of the area of land cultivated in wheat, the totnl produce, anil the nverngo yield per acre for each district of tho co...

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TOOWOOMBA VERSUS IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

TOOWOOMBA rZÏÏSUS IPSWICH. Ain TiTLOR doe-, not believe m militait dis play, 01 the pomp mid incumstnncc attendant upon lho opening md inoio^ntion of Pinliii mont In n stanch «uppoitir of the dot truie of non îc-istinri, this is siiigului But, we shiewdlt suspcil it wn«inthci to lune n cut at Di Chalhnoi Hum to etpie«« hi« own comic lions (hut ho spoko tin following woids on Xlniisdnt Hie doctoi had (witttd lum foi his absence on the ' opening da) - AVt (i e tho count i v mcmbcia-as distinguished from those of Bl tsbnnc and Ipsw ich) do not come dow n from the tountrv to see all (lus display of urtil Ici) and othei iubbi«h AVohato minds-our minds aie too base, too couse, to enjot all that soit of fun AVo aro not dressed in uniform,-we aro above it AVe tomeheioto do oui dut)-lo do lho dut) of the countiy not to w usto oui time und spend tho rcicmio of the countit on suth ti a si i AVt cost the conn tiv nothing-we ure uboto suth fntoht) " AA hut elett lion of mind 13 hero displayed , ...

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WATER POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

WATER POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 23. BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate. INSUBORDINATION.—Thirteen sailors belong- ing to the Vernon were arraigned on the above charge, but owing to the late hour at which the police sitting terminated (3 o'clock), Mr. Thorn- ton remanded the prisoners until Wednesday.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

Auction Sales. SATURDAY, JUNE LI. . QUEENSLAND. PEDIGREES OF THE IAIPORTED STOCK , OX THE , ' FASSIFERN, TAROOM, AND MOOGERAH STATIONS. FOR POSITIVE SALE, wiTnotrï BESEKVE. By order ol' lho Afortgageea. TO BE SOLD, with tho STATIONS," by public auction, by order of lho Alorlgngees, by Messrs. FATTORINIA CO., tit their Booms, Easl-slrool, Ipswich, on SATURDAY, tho 4th day of June next, al 12 o'clock sharp. TEDIO REES OF THE IÄIPORTED BULLS.* JOSEPH US. Roan, carved 191 li February-, 1857, by Princo Arthur (18,107) t dam (Jewel lth) by Lord Clnvciidoiis(-10,131) . g. d. (.Towel) by AViscton (2S18); gi\ g. d.'^cssamine) by Firby (1010) j gr. gr. g. d. (Eleanor) by Ivanhoe (1131) ; gr. gr. gr. g. d. (Juliet) by Regent (511) ¡ gr. gr. gr. gr. g. d. (Compensation) by Blyth Comet (S5.) PWXCE Annum* (13,-10*7) bred by, mid tho properly of Richard Booth?" Esq., Warlaby, Norlhaicrlon, by Crown Princo (10,088) j dam (Vivandière) by Btickiiighuiu (¡1230) ; g. d. (Alhmcllo) by Leonard (1210) ¡ g...

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INTERNATIONAL SENTIMENTALITY. (From the Noncon[?]ormist, February 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

INTERNA TION AL SENTIMENTAL! TY. (Fiom tho Nonconfoimist, February 10) NuoiLoN HI said ol liante, that BIIO is llio only nation willing " to go lo wai foi an iden " II atti tam class of Englishmen could have lliou way, Jhigland, always unwilling lo risk much foi " an idea," would cooly milich lo min at tho bidding of some seiitiuioiitnl feeling It is not lho populate, noi tho austotratj, m whom this tendency displays itself most conspicuously-ii is i athel the some« hal nuiiici oils class ol in soiiuiint und ililletante politicians, who kill timo at Wcsl end clubs And it is till lons lo nolo how mugiiltiily etipiiuoiis even tiley III oin giv mg lo Ultu sciititiiciiluliMii the IOHO of obliga lion Jjiko Stonie, whoiould act lho pait ol ti biute lo his own lelalivcs, while ho wept ovei a dead ass, so they who oiuilion willi iiiutilidii mg sentiment tit lho Bi0hl ol ii w tong commit ltd by somo Eui optan pou ci, und insist upon tho duly of (ho nation to (hug piudiucu to tho winds mid ma...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE LABOR MARKET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

CORRESPONDENCE. THE LABOR MARKET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COTTRIEB. SIB,-Fears liavo been expressed that the check which it is supposed Mr Jordan's re signation of olHco will givo to that continuous stream of immigration, which it is general!} be heved is indispensably necessary to the prospei ítj of this colon), wdl seriously mtei fore with tho supply of laboi so urgently required foi tho rapid extension of pastoial pursuits and foi tho numerous pubhc works m which the goiern mont aio about to ongnge and it has been stated hy niembcis of parliament and lho publi press has echoed then statement» that laboi is already becoming scarce, and wa"cs high m tho mtcrioi In your issue of Ti ulm >oii lnfoim the public that, " it w as stated m 1 ho Vsiemblj last evening bj tho niembcis foi tho AVcslcrn Downs and tho Ltithhaidt, that in consequcnco of the gol ernmont not hai mg abided bj then compact, the staicity of labor was most in jurions to tho squatters, and thej coidd neither ge...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

_Auction Sales. _ PUBLIC HOLIDAY. TIMÁIS DAY, tie 2-Stb instant, being the I Anniversary of Her Majesty's BinMsy, .srfll be observed "st shs GIT Auction Mart SÍ a HOLIDAY. 49C» MARTEN" & DICKSON. AB5TBACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, to be held bj MARTES" k DICKSON, a« the CítyAxiction Man, during the carrent weet. cortpn"3.ci3g each âsj at 11 aja. : TUESDAY HOXXLUT. WEDNESDAY Drapery Fancy Goois Haberdashery Wines. Sniriu, he THURSDAY Invoice of Valuable Worts of Literature, ix-, be. SATUEDAY Maize Hay 9 *" Potatoes Furniture Sundries. * 459" TO-3IOBBOAV. 10 CASES NORTH AYILT5 LOAF CHEESE, Packed ia Tin. To,be Sold -Kith all Faults, and on Account of Whom it onay Coacem. AVITHOCT RESERVE. "j\/l"ABTLN k DICKSON -sñH sell bj .auction, JjJL at the CUT -Auction Mart, on AVED XESDAY, Slav 25, at 11 o'clock sharp, 10 CASÉS NORTH AVILTS LOAF CHEESE, packed in tin. To be sold with all faults, on account of whom it may concern. And without the Slightest Beserve. Terms at sale.' 4922 TO-MOEE...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

DIED. TEEVAN.-On the 23rd instant, at his residence, Charlotte-street, North Brisbane, Mr. James   Teevan, aged 30 years. RAE.-On the 22nd instant, at Cleveland Point, Elizabeth, aged 11 months, daughter of Mr. William Rae.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

LAND ORDERS.-FOR SALIS, in small amounts, or larger suma to lho valuo of £2000, hnmedialely mailublo for country hinds. G. W. M'KEAND, ' Qucon-Bl root, 1050_Adjoining the Treasury. FOR. SALE, LAND ORDERS-Now urnil tiblo for purchnso of town or country lands. ' GEORGE "RAFF & CO. TO THE RESIDENTS IN SOUTH BRIS- BANE, KANGAROO POINT, AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRI0T3. OPENLÑ-G or NEW STORE & EXTENSIVE PREMISES, STAXLEV-STREET, Sourit BiusnixE. "Il /pïSSRS. BELL AND LOVE hayo much -lxL pietism-" in informing lho inhabitants o the above localities that thoy aro now carrying on bitsincs3 on a very increased scnlo in their new premisos in Stnnloy-slreot. Their slock in lho uiidormeiitioncd depart- ments is so extonbive, and lins boon so judiciously selected. Tlinf parties in want- of any article in these lines in futuro will bo snvod lho troubla mid ¡neon vonieiico of seeking their supplies from the other 6Íde of the river. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. Messrs. BELL AND LOVE cull pnrtic...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. MAT 21.-Abbey, schooner, (Joptuin orotcner, from Circular Head. G. Raff and Co., agents. May 22.-Mary Grant, brig, Captain Begcut, from the River Don, Tasmania. Mohson, Black, and Smith, agents. May 22.-Douglas, schooner, 93 tons, Cap- tain Stewart, from Newcastle. H. S. Grenfell, agent. May 23.-Salvia, barque, 317 tons, Captain Rees, from London, January 28, with passen- gers and cargo. AVienholt,, AValker, and Co., Agents. DEPARTURE. May 22.-Pioneer, schooner, 98 tons, Captain J. Briggs, for the Richmond River, with part of original cargo. CLEARANCE. May 23.-Unknown, schooner, 41 tons, Cap- tain E. AV. Britain, for Maryborough. No pus singers. IMPORTS. Mary Grant, from Rircr Don, Tasmania : .1645 pieces timber, 52 tons potatoes, 60 bag« . oats, Molison, Black, aud Smith. EXPORTS. Unknown, for Maryborough : 1 ton flour, half-ton sugar, 20 gallons oil. Irswicn STEAMEIIS.-To-day being the anni ' vcrsary of her Majesty's birth, there will not bo any steamer to Ipsw...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

FOR IPSWICH. mHE Steamer SETTLER, on -_L THURSDAY Next, the 26th «*. iuBtont, at 11 a.m., from Raff's Wharf. P. W. JACKSON, 4943_Master. "QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION * COMPANY. Ifhlk. rPHE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS Jsöät- J- LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on WEDNESDAY, May 25. 58 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-Tho YARRA YARRA, WEDNESDAY, May 25, at 10 a.m. TO ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - The CLARENCE, WEDNESDAY, May 25, at 10 p.m. No advanco in rates. 10 IPSWICH No Steamer This Day, TUESDAY, May 2t, being tho Qtwen's Birthday. The BRISBANE, WEDNESDAY, May 25, at 11 a.m. _ Tho IPSWICH, THURSDAY, May 26, at 11-30 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, FRIDAY, May 27, at 1 p.m. Tho IPSWICH, SATURDAY, May 28, at 1 p.m. HENRY O'REILLY, . ¿gent. A.S.N. Company s Offices, Brisbane. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Reduction in tho Freight of WOOL per A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers. TflROM and after tho 1st JUNE _I JJ next, the FREIGHT for...

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DRAYTON AND TOOWOOMBA. (From the Darling Downs Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

DRAYTON AND TOOWOOMBA. (From tho Darling Downs Gazette.) AVE aro indebted to an esteemed AArarwick correspondent for tho following particulars, in reference to the Canal Creek diggings : Fourteen pounds weight ol' gold havo been brought into AVarwick and lodged in the Bunk from the alluvial diggings nour the Canal Creek Station, originally Mr. Gillcspic's. A sample of 21bs. has been forwarded to the Sydney Alint to bo tested. The quulity is puro and bright, very scaly and nuggety-some pieces weighing an ounce and upwards ; supposed valuo to bo from £3 19s. lo £3 17s. Gd. Tho above quantity waa procured by live Frenchmen, who have been prospecting since Christmas. There ure at present from 120 to 110 mon in this locality, which has uot yet been proclaimed a gold-field. AVo understand that our new Commissioner Mr. White-intends visiting the spot next week and making a report thereof, and wc feel sure it may bo depended upon.-These diggings aro about 15 miles from the Quartz Reef Gold ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

TELKGRAPHIC NKWS. (l-R0i£ OUR TKIVEQIlAlMtlO COIÎKESPOSDIiSTS.) SYDXJCY. Muy 21. TUE trial of Gardiner, tho bushranger, has resulted in a verdict of not guilty of shooting with intent to kill. He has been remanded on other charges. >i_ May 23. ' Gardiner, Haswell, Jones, and Perry, have been remanded until tho next sessions. Palkenhorg has been sentenced to four years hard labor on the roads. Michael AValsh, convicted of wounding with intent, has been sentenced to ten years on tho roads-the first two in irons. Three bushrangers, ono of whom was sup nosed to be lien Hull, attacked the Bang Bang Station, bot ween Cowra and the Lambing Flat. Two policemen exchanged shots with them and beat them off. It is reported that Georgo Miller, who ab- sconded from A'ictorin, has been seen here. The Cil v of Brisbnne has sailed for Brisbane. ADELAIDE. The Directors of tho Moonta Mines aro in- vestigating tho complaints of tho miners, but no settlement has yet takon place. Tho flour markot is f...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

CJje (£üitviei\ PUBLISHED DATLY. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1801. IT would be well for the country if the Ministry had moro confidence in them- selves. That they have little, and aro at the same time regardless of consistency, is pretty evident from their proceedings ia reference to the important subject of in- creased representation, which is once more under the consideration of the Assembly. After twelve months' preparation, ¡uni having undergone changes of mind which ut one time promised to lead to beneficial results, fthey are in a position little ad- vanced beyond that they occupied prior lo the close of tho first Parliament, and cer- tainly less creditable to their states- manship. Early last year the Co- lonial Secretary brought forward a bill to give four additional members to the Assembly, but it was not accepted ; and was consigned to the limbo of unfor gotten vanities by the dissolution. AVhen the present Parliament was called together it appeared that bis unsuccessful attempt to s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

r_Auction Sales._ SATURDAY. JUNE 4. QUEENSLAND. FOB POSITIVE SALE. WITHOUT RESERVE. BY OBDER OF THE MORTGAGEES, TEE WEIX-KSOWr SPLENDID SHEEP STATIONS FASSIFERN, MOOGERAH, k TAROOAI, The most princely Pastoral Properties in Queensland, distant" from Ipswich, the Head4 of the Navigation, about thirty-five miles. To be positively sold by public auction, at the rooms, East-street, Ipswich, on SATURDAY, the lth day of June, 1S64, st 12 o'clock sharp, « .IN THREE LOTS, Lot 1. FASSIFERN.-Embracing an area of 24,000 acres of first-class country, with 10,800 Sheep, more or less ; 1000 head,moreorlessofverysuperiorCattle; 350 head, more or less, of very supe- rior Horses ; the celebrated imported Bulls, JOSEPHUS and OCEAN CHIEF, and the celebrated imported . Entire Horses, PIONEER, SIRDAR, YOUNG SAAISON, and BLUE AD AHRAL. Estimated Capabilities, 12,000 Sheep and 1,000 Head of Cattle. - J* Lot 2. AI09GERAH-Embracing an area of 13,000 acres of First-class Country, ?with 3000 head¿jniore**or l...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TnE usual fortnightly lVicoting of the Muni- cipal Council was held yesterday afternoon. Tho wholo of tho members were present. . . MINUTES, - The minutes of tho previous meeting wore read and confirmed, COllllESrOSDE.VCE. A letter wna read from tho town clerk to the contractor for the Town Hall, enclosing a copy of a resolut ion, calling upon him to roiuovo the hoarding nearer to tho pathway. A letter was read from tho department of Lands and AVorks, calling tho attention of tho corporation to tho bud stato of the water- courses in front ol' the offices of that depart- ment. A letter was read from Messrs. Fattorini and Co., of ipswich, applying for ono of the front ollleos in the new Town Hall. A letter was read from the lesseo of tho Tuv bot-slreet ferry, usking that certain improve ments be made on each sid« of the river at that ferry. A letter was read from Messrs. Maugles and Co., of Old Broad-street, London, acknowledg- ing tho receipt of £ 12. Tho following...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. MONDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. MONDAY, MAY 23. BEFORE His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche and juries of twelve. The criminal sittings of the Supreme Court commenced to-day. The members of the bar   present were the Attorney-General, who   prosecuted for the crown, Mr. Blakeney, Mr. Jones, Mr. Lilley, and Mr. M'Devitt. NON-ATTENDANCE OF JURORS.   Stephen Waldron, Henry Want, and John Wilson, were fined each £3 for non-attendance     of jurors. Henry Want's fine was afterwards remitted. Before proceeding with the business of the court, His Honor stated that the court would not sit on the following (this day), it being her Majesty's birthday. It was also arranged, that as the civil business commenced on Wednesday, the criminal jurors need not attend until Friday     morning. The first case called on was that of REG v. WILLIAM GREENWOOD.   In this case the prisoner pleaded not guilty to...

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MR. GROOM AND THE GERMAN LUTHERAN MISSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 May 1864

MR. GROOM AND THE GERMAN LUTHERAN MISSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. SIR,-Under the above heading two letters appeared in your Saturday's issue, bearing the signatures of Mr Franz and Mr. Gericke, to which, in justice to myself, it is necessary I should reply. So far as tho " gross misstate ments" are concerned, I am not responsible for them if such be true, but I very much question the truthfulness of the charge, as I shall subse- quently proceed to show. I am quite prepared to admit that the present Lutheran Church in Toowoomba was built under the auspices of the Rev. Mr. Schirmieister, and I can bear personal testimony to the zeal of that gentleman while carrying out the good work he had in hand. This fact was known, and is now known to all the Germans in Toowoomba. It has never been questioned, and certainly has nothing to do with the case of Mr. Angar. What is the cause of the quarrel between Mr. Schirmieister and the German Lutherans at Toowoomba I do not know, an...

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POLLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864

Tînowsf erSs, little nose, Dil t pies, iiiinplcd clothes. Torn books, spoilt toys, Areli looks, millke a boy's. Little rages, obvious alls, Three her ugo is, cukes, tarts. Fulfill? down off chairs, Breaking ere« n down stairs. Catch-Ins files on the pane, Deep sighs,-cause not plain. Belbins you willi kisses For a fen birthing blisses. AVIdo niruke, as you hoar, " .Mercy's sake, quiet, dear ! " Now shoes, uen- frock, A'ugtio vie« s of » hut's o'clock. When It's linn» to go to heil, And scout sublime for flint Is said, Folded bunds, snylnj? prayers, Undcrstanils not, nor cures. Thinks fl odd, smiles airny, A'et muy God hear lier pray f Bedgown nhlto, kiss Dolly, Good night ! that's Polly. Fast nsleop, us you see, Be iven keep my girl for me ! - Good Words. jjr¡s """?« nub

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