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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

711 anud (3eteral Veas Mr ,John Branch, Manage-r of the Albert G.M. Company (Registered), reports as f follows :-This Company washed up on the e 15th instant, and obtained 275 oz 9 dwt re torted gold from 165 tons of stone. A dividend of Os peor 1-2400th share ' was dreclared payable on the 17th instant. The company placed L100 as a reserve fund, and retained a good working balance. The mine looks well, and promises another dtividend in a month. Fresh stone has been . opened since last crushing. A now ref was reported as being found on Tuesday last alongside of Mr M'Kenzie's home station. There is, however, .nothing to warrant the belief that any reef exists there beyond a little surface stone in which a few specs of gold were found. We beg to acknowledge the receipt of a new map of the colony of Victoria, published by Mr Pearson. The map is accompanied with a well arranged alphabetical .key. of townslfips, and sold at the cheap price of Is each, or mounted and bound in cloth oase f...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

N 0 I CL' NOTICE. T lIE Offiet of this paper lins been IREMOVED to Grant Stre·it, t, tl ir pprewlini formerly mnown as the Uniun Bank Il.te1. YEA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. TENDERS. F ENI)ES, addressed to the Chairman of the Board, will be received at this Office, until 2 o'clock ip.i. on Saturday thie let MaIr, !869, for the following workF, :-lt'pairing the Back Water Bridge, near Yea ; Repa?ring the small Bridge convenient to the resitlerca of Mr GeO. M'lKenzie, and renewing the Bridge situ.tcd betweenM'Kenzies andl Cotton's L'inch, 'ariiciulars to be learned at tihe olice of the Board. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted By order, t SAMUEL WALL, Clerk.. Road Board Omee, Yea, April 21st, 1869. MI ASONI C A MlEE I'ING of tie Brethren. ofthe Masonlo Order will be held at Br Raphael's Office on Tuesday next at 9 p.m., for tle'purpose of consult in as to the advisability of establishing a Lodge in Alexandra.

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YEA ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

YEA I HOAD BOA RD. The first meeting of the Yea Road Board was held on Wednesday last, at the Court house. Ali the members were present. Mr Ker proposed Mr Webster as chairman of the Board. Mr Grant proposed as an amendment, that Mr Sloan be appointed chuirman. Carried. Mr Sloan briefly thanked the members for the honorable position in which they had placed him, and hoped that he would be able to perform his duty to their satisfaction. Mr Webster proposed that Mr Wall be' appointed clerk and collector for the Board at a salary of L100 per annum. tie con. sidered it unnecessary to cause 'delay in this appointment. They all knew Mr Wall.who. had long resided amongst them, and being a solicitor would be of service in keepingteem right. It was desirable that a roll should be made out as soon as possible. to'prevent a recurrence of what had happened at the lute election by persons having no qualification, outvoting those who hold propeity, Mr Ker seconded the. motion.:,,, He be lievL.dth...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

lnrrgnspnhuilr1e. -4-9- ( To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) Sin,-I wish to make a few remarks con cerning your article of the 10th instant, about what you say of the management of the Working Miners' Company. You state that "great dissatisfaction exists amongst the shnreholders concerning the had manage ment." Now, Mr Editor, I, as manager would like to know where you get your information; whether from shareholders or it the public ? as I have never yet had any C complaints made to me openly, and I may n state there are tveaty-three shareholders in ii the company, and if any five of them will openly find ifault with my management, I shall only be too happy to resign my office I as manager at a day's notice. Next, Mr Editor, in your issue of the 17th instant, you n clear me and throw the burden on the direc. b tors, but allow me to inform you that I am s t.~i:manager and not the directors, -and s whether right or wrong it falls on my. back . and no one else. Whoever your informa...

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A VISIT TO MELBOURNE. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

A VISIT TO MEL,3BOURNE, S'No. IV. After parting with my friend the' M;L.A. at Carlton gardens I walked at a smartpace to my head quarters, the Globe Hotel, and ordered fish and coffee for breakfast. The morning walk. had given. me an excellent appetite, and as I commenced to operate on a couple of guard-fish; I could not .help repeating Burns's grace before dinner SSnmo lhave moat, and canna oat, Andi same could eat wha want it i .... I ha'o meat and I can oat, An' so the Lord be thanked.". What a gloriodl'thing. it is to have a good appetite. ' Persons who lie in bed till nine or ten o'clock lose the most pleasant part of their existence. Having finished breakfast in a very satistaotoly manner, and read the Daily Telegraph, a very good paper, by the way-whlch more than fills up the vacuum created by the demise of the Herald-I started to do a little shopping for a lady friend in the country who had commissioned me to m'ake a few purchases for her. According to instructions I went to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

USTRALIAN ALTLITANCE ASSURANCE Established for Fire Insurance. Assurance of Lives, Fidelity Guarantee, Endowment and Annuities. Principal Offices. : 53 Elizabeth.street. and 2 Collins-street west. Melbourne. Capltal-250,000. Empowered under Special Act - of Patllaineont.Vlc. No CCC't. DIIecTrons : The Hon. Robert Sterling Anderson, M L O. Chairman. John Halley, Esq, J P. M L A. Hon James Stewart Johnson. Hon Captain M'Mahon. M L A. Michael ()'Grady, Esq,J P. M L A Hon David Elliot Wilkie. M D, AM L A MMEDICA. OFFIER a: J. 13. Motherwell. H. D. ( W. Gilbee. Surgeon. By special Enactment the funds of the Life Branch are reserved solely for its nsce, 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. 4@'Fire Insurances effected at current reduced rates of premiums MICHAEL O'GRADY. Mannaging Director. Agent f...

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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

IToci and b5eiera1 gan g. Mr Morris, the new landlord of the Oor. ner Hotel, took his position amongst us on Wednesday last by entering into possession of the premises. That Mr Morris has been much respected in the place he has just lelt IIeathcot,-we gatlher from the fact, that he has been presented with a very handsome silver tea set, consisting of tea-pot, coffee pot, and jug, from those persons he had left behind. This present, together with the following letter, were handed to Mr Morris at Kilmore, whilst on his way to Alexan dra . " Heathcote, 14th April, 1869. "I nm requested by a few of your ohl friends at IIeatlheote to beg the acceptunLc by Mrs Morris and yourself of the accompany ing Tea Service, as a snovenir of we hop?, al. mutually agreeable nac quaintance, terminatin.r by your leavinf Ileatlhcote. " As it may be gratifying to you, I append the names. With our beat wishes fir the continuled health of Mrs Morris and your family, and success for your future. " Yours very...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

Co rPUnt.lSI?;D SVEaY WE.DN'DAY AND IATURDAY. pe e' Verilnt Vlselt Omlua." SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1869. be or 'Tou duty of the honest journalist is seldom Ur more difllenlt *n perfnr-n thlan whn lo hl has to deride lotween till, rlicert:l of wlhat lh ow"a' I t tl, the public, in whose interest l( oulght to of labour, and lwhat h ovwes to those wilho re a, hits ilnrleupl:te Pi iploi'r'ts, arid on wholn wiI a fll the pecunianv losssustained by ainy legal in riis'iken n Iho Iln"rtl to which lae is jistifiedl li irn oing to protect thirt pl''lir loran gricvous tl wrong raid corrariiant . I'o haave ehlom frlt t mira prssa'l with oar urraivtrr.ponasibility a thnn oal thle pr'?','na oCalasi.jn; but we feel P that if ever li k is to be ruln, it is now, when h two topicsi, er.aclh of' tihe lutlnst ilnportance aid cona.ernr to 1(l generil, and especially to tl the miningirag cornmunity of the colony. lhave ' been forced iuponll oulr notice lby late events. n The two topics to which we allude are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

risess 'Fluid Magnesia. lrst-class Certificate, Exhibition, 1862. Parie Modal; Exhibition, 1866-7, fRUSE'S FLUID M'AGNESIA obteined the only Prize M>etal ?warded by the Jurors of the Exhibition of 18c6 , nd 1867. SMr . Cosmo Newltury's n.ialysis showed that lruse's Fluid Magnesia was riolser in rlince mat ferinI. and nearly dolile the strength of any other Flutu ilItgnesia exhibited. Kruse's Fluid Mane-tl is partleularly recom mended In bt! eo.ew o, eleraneement of the digestive j,7. ;; It its cvrrective o nsci lity ; and during the h'eat of summer Iti gentle )lperient qualities render It a Domestic Medicine of great ralue. In the treatment of the diaorders of chlilren its use will be found most a eothin. and hobeflcial. It forms a mntnt elietioen S nmltner l)r.ut.ht. taken with KRUSE'S SYRUP OF hASPHIEIIIIY AND LEMON, 0 rat adding two parts of water to one of Matnesela, For full particulars see hand billy accompanying 9ebh bottle. TESTIMONIALS.. Dcar SLi.-?Iavlng mtie It careful...

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THE ETIQUETTE OF THE BAR. (To the Editor of the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

THE ETIQUETTE OF THE rBAt. (To the Editor' of the ": Argiis.") Srn,-Referring to yoar report (which is substantially correct), appearing in to-day's issue.: of the motion in- liar, iron and -others v Smnith, I have to request .you will do me the favor to publish the following remarks with reference to the passage " Slr V.' Smith also complained that Mr J: W. Srep'ien, who was in the first instance retained by him, and who had thus seen his cards, as it weze, now appeared for the bank. Mr Stephen said that Mr Smith's statement was incorrect. He had a general retainer' for the bank, but Mr Smith by some means contrived to'give him another retainer." I regarded this, Sir, when said (as I apprehend will every on who reads the report) as a charge of having acted with grave impropriety, not only as a member of the 'bar but as a gentleman, and I should at once have repudiated the charge in open court had not his honor Mr Justice Molesworth very properly pult an end to the discussion, by re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 April 1869

APPLICA'TIO)N FORt A 'TRhANSFERr oF PUBLICANS' LICENSE To the Bench of Magistrates at Alexandra. I IENIY IIITCIIC()CK, the holder of a publican's license ior ia house Known as the " Tara -lall" hot?l,situate in Grant-street, Alex andra, 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 Alexandra on the 6th day of May, 1869, for a Transfer of said license to Patrick Buggy, of Alex ndira. Dated this 2uth day ot April. 1869, III:NRY HITCHCOCK. APPLICATION FOR A BEER LICENSE. To the Benclr of Magistrates at Alexandra. I LOUISA COMINE, now residing at Alex. , andre, in the colony of Victoria, do hereby gve notice that it is my intention to apply to the Justices sitting at the Court of Petty Sessions to be holden at Alexandlra, on the 19th day of May, 1869. for a certificate authorising the issue of a Beer License for the house which I low occupy at Grant-street, Alexandra. Given under my hand this 22nd day of A...

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ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. Thursday, April 29th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 May 1869

* ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. Thursday, April 29th, 1869. Present: J. Peterkin, Esq. (Chairman), Messrs Perkins, Coster, .Webster,. and Whiting. The minutes of previnns 'meeting were read and confirmed. CORRE5PONDENCB, From S. M'Fadden, intimating his` inab I ihty to finish his contract within the specified time, and asking for an extension.: Upon the motion of Messrs Coster and Webster the time was extended ten days. The report of the Finance Committee recommending the payment of the following anecounts: A. G. Moon L2 8s. O'Dell L10, Sanders L1 7s, Rapiport & Co. L1, 0 3d. Whitelaw & Sons L2, Watt L2 10, S. Fruzer L21 7s, Bullingall LI, B. Nolan L1. Whitelaw & Sons LO le. Oil, Alston LI1 7s. Od, T. Hall L10, T.-HaIl Li 12, Clerk L30, F. Sanders, 8s. Gd, W. Lawrence LI 12ls Od, W. Downing L2. J. J. Downing 11s, W. V. Smith L .9; W. Bascomnb (s, R. W. S. Greig, L8 Os 8d, A. Motherwell LOO. Mri Petorkid moved, and IMr'Whiting" seconded, "That the. report be. adopted....

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To the Editor of the Alexandra Times. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 May 1869

,.To the Editor of the Alexandra Times. SIR -In one of my. former communica. tions to you, I'dwelt upon the desirability of getting'the'rising youih apprenticed to some~' trade after finishing their ncademic pursuits, by which they will bei enabled to obtain a .comforraile sitisis:;nnnce. Education' alone ,is but a poor' irolipto depend upon, for it is not paid according to its deserts. The teacher who occupies his daty in giving in struction, doesu lot Seeeiv.inear the amount of money of thu.skilled a?rtizan. No men nor. women are more thoroughly easy in their circumstances, or have a mnure pleasant.lot in life than the skilled mechanrio. ''ake the 'iradesman as a hndy, they have more money,: to spend beyond what they necessarily require than ,hundreds of gentle folks; for the wages obtained by the several trades i affluence according to the price of provisions inmost districts. They have not to keep up the appearance nor go to the expense that gentle folks are freqent?lcompelled. ...

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Correspondence. ALAS! THE POOR CREDITOR! (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 May 1869

43u ... .. . nrrrnpunhnrue. ALAS ! TIE POOR CREDITOR ! (To the Editor of The Alexandra Ti'mes.) SrR-Being a resident in Mansfield some twelve months since, I was employed to survey a building at the now desolate ham let of Maindample, and to give evidence be fore the magnntes of the Police Court in that place. I charged L2 2s for survey, and the Bench awarded me LI Is for attending Court. Having failed to obtain payment, in an evil hour I was induced to avail myself of the advantages of the Police Court, and seed for the amount claimed before the Magistrates at Mansfield. The case came .before the Bench on Saturday last, when I was awarded the full amount claimed with L1 aIs costs, viz., 5j for summons, and LI Is expenses. Though the regulations permit them to pay professional men L 83s per day and travelling expenses to the amount of LS 3. "per day, yet I am to travel 73 miles to and fiom Alfxandra, devote two whole days of my time, pay expennrs, horse hire, &c., for L1 Is....

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ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. Monday, April 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 May 1869

ALEXANDRA ROAD 1OAIHD. Monday, April 26th. Presetlt. Messrs Peterkin (Chairman), Perkins, Coster. rVehster. and Whiting. The minutes of previons meting were read ind confirmed. From T. Cosgrove and J. R ltealy, repqIstint- nermission to mine on the road near M'Konzi-.'s. From Ro',ert Avres offerin' to erect a hrid,' nvper tTine 'Croek. for the s?un of L15. From Offce of Lands rnd WVorks in refe.-ene to plans applied for lhv the fnord F-om Tn'n'?u'or of Police, Tnmieson, noplying for expenses incurred in the 'cnan of the I unatic Erasmus Nelson. From Chief Commissioner of Police affirming the nppoin',mnt of constNl,le White a· Tnsnector of Nuisances, The correspo- doncn wao thus dealt with The application of Cosnrnve and Ilanly to ,nine on tihe road was granted on condition that their operations would not obstruct the traffo. Mr WVhirin, stated that Mr Avrea had offered to ptlt up a brid.re for LIO butr now hie had rai?ed hi term' to r15 It was to Mr A vrs's intic?est to erect a brid...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1869. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 May 1869

.r.'arSED EVERY WXDzv E w Y AVD SAT RDAeY '---4------- "*Verltr Viwnrilt I) asla."' :SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1R(30. The All Narions' claim, IIyfilld. had a ,'rushing of 30 tons of stone last week, which yielded 128 oz retorted gold. Mr Wolfing, who lodged the gold at the Union Thank on Saturday last, informs us there is a .1od body of stone, and every probability of 'ire mine giving steady equally good yields. .Mr 'Pennington has.juast recuived L100 trom the Government for the discovery of tlie Ghin Ghin gohl-field. Mr Pennington will now have another claim for the dis. ,overy of Godfroey's Creek. It is to be hoped he will be better rewarded on this occasion than the Int:t, os lie got not only a V'ry small reward for the discovery. hbut was n'so robbed of his prnospecting claim through -ome trifling informality in not repegging 'lie ground after finding gold. We regret. in say that Mr Pennington, in his new dis covery at Godfrey's, has not been person ,ally for unate hitherto. The Governme...

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. (Before Mr Warden Akehurst.) Wednesday, April 28th. Before Assessors. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 May 1869

ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. (13Before Mr Warden Akehurst.) Wednesday, April 28th. Before Assessors. Gnldsworthy v Fletcher : Mr Coster for plaintiff ; Mr Smith aasisted by Mr Elnerson, for defendant. Mr Cost'r in openiig the cose said-Gentlein n Assessors-In this cano a new trial was granted on the applicat:ol ',f the def-ld ,nt, olt he grounds that fresh evidence was forth orning, that would in his .(the defendant's) opini )i hive thle eCet of i totally reverinig the previous decision. It was lu cided by his Worship that the only question to be enbinitted to You, gentlemen, was whether the dle feundant interfered with the complainant ln the ex- I - ecution of his contract. It would be shewn that the defendant did not-ond his contract bound him to-supply suitabler when and buckets It would also be shewn that the defendlant used such demonstra lion of f-arce that the comp linant left the work. ra It would no dou bt be attempted to be set forth that k one Rodier had done this, but it wo...

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Thursday, 29th April, [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 May 1869

Thursday, 29th April, Y Jones and othersl v Kirk and others. Mr ' V. Smith, instructed by MrEmerson for 1, plaintiffs, br ?Coster f6r defendants. This k was ain. action- for- damage for- trespass on .-No, 6 Routh.Lily reef. -- ---- - ' ' Peter Campbell swort:;. Took up 5, 6, and 7 Lily reef. Transferred 5, and 6 to Jones n -initirris. "Shoalwed irk the pegs ad. trenches. Kirk and party come out some days after I' lihd marked my. claims. o The claims 5 and 6 as claimed by Jones and n Harris are as I marked them out. John Jones sworn: Campbell transferred i to me 5 and 6. 1 took up No 4.'' I enlrged. d the trenches. My pegs have never 'been shifted. Fre.-rick Jacobi sworn : Took up 1,2, and` 3. Found theyiwiera too big. ' ..' William Clarke took up a piece of spare g ground on the Lily because adjoining claims r did not include it t. This concluded the' evidence for the tplaintiff. S J. Ml'Gill remembered taking claims on g the Lily reef from Peter Clmpbell, about Or 1th November. I'c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 May 1869

r HOMA CAMN ERON SDARLI.iNCPOnD, Ppperal Pmtro kieper and Produce Merchat.'. -0 (' O()lD.S dliv, r-d on tlie shorte.t notice o I'1 En.roti's P',int, Gi.lln.'a Crick, and th( turroandditr *!;sricts. -rt Ilites and SLoinl 1i /Z?ht. AX V B B POOUT ANh) SIlOE MAKER, Aiilln-titritt, SL E X A N I) R A, loots anid slihoi mainde to order. RIepaira neatly i xecuted I also miining tols i'hnylit and sold. Ai) DDL. 'llY. FELTON, GRIlIMWADE & CO,, MANUFACTURING CHIEMISTS, WIOLESALE Il)lUGGISTS & GENERAL IMPORTEII{S. MANUOACTUIERS OF I'uornIFtTARY AITICLESB. . 34, Flinders-lano Wect, and iIond-streot Melbourne CHEMICAL WORKSI AND LABORATORY S110, Flinldurs-laneo uAt. GENERAL FACTORY, 196, Flinders lane East. Orders to be adIdlrcssed to tile Wlolesale Stores. I4, Flinderl-lano West, and lojutl street, Melbourne. nlt dlcacl. SA WARNING. DO you snter from pliy?lrnl Ilcapacity? Are you tf Siring front nervouiN deblllty! Ilave you bLetn Te guUlltiy %lni of any ecret virr lt Do you tufr...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M., and Messrs Webster and Peterkin, J.P.'s) Thursday, April 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 May 1869

--ALEXANDIlA. POLIFOE COURT. (Before A. P. Akelauresr, Esq, P.M., and I. Messrs Webster and Peterkin, J.P.es) * Thursday, April 20th. Policoe v Madiforjl. The prisoner was charged_ with assault with'inten. Mr V. Smith appeared for the prosecution, and Mr Emerson defended the prisoner, Mn Matilda Ayres, sworn, stated that she lived 'at the Home Creek. Saw the prisoner on Thursday d las', the 22nd instant, in the aftJrnoaon. Tte pri sonor andl Thomas Smith came to,ethier. Hlad some words with my l!usband. AskedlSmith if he 'a would take me into Alexandra. 113 said, " Mrs Avres you hod better stay at homue." I got on the dray, and stayed there some time. Then got down, and In doing so fell upon n~ knees. S nith went away without me I afterwards went wtih pri soner. After walking about 3'00 yards he threw me down. I struggled, and called for help. (The witness described the attempt.) My little boy came up. Afterwards Mr Altkin's boundary rider came, and threatened to give prisoner in ch...

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