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Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

Wedding. A very pretty wedding took place nt the residence of Mr. James Mead, Bermagui, on .December 28th, the parties being Mr. Albert Raymond Ginns, youngest son of Mr. John Ginns, of Bega, and Sarah Annie Mead, eldest daugh ter of Mr. James Mend. The bride, who was given away by her father, was becomingly attired in a dress of silver-grey silk voile witli silk yak lace and silk bow trimmings. She carried a boquet of white llowers and ' maiden-hair fern, tho gift of her aunt, Mrs. Black, and wore a gold brooch, the ..gift of the bridegroom. The bride's gift to the- bridegroom was a pair oi goia siecve .iiiiks. xnu bridesmaids were Miss Elsie May Mead, sister of the bride, and Miss Emily Ann Giniis, nieco of the bridegroom. The former ?wore a ?dress of blue voile, cream lace and silk trimmings, and tho hitter was attired in white shower hail muslin, luce and white silk. Each wore a gold brooch, the gift of the bride groom, and were a graceful pair. Mr. J. S. Mead, brother of the br...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

MISCELLANEOUS During tho past year immigrants to Canada numbered lM,000, of whom -19,000 were British. It is estimated that during the present season at least 100 silos will be filled in various parlsof Vic toria. Whilst watching from, the stalls tho performance of 'Thunderbolt' at the Theatre Royal, Adelaide, Mr. John G. Dawe, contractor, aged -15, became unwell. His head fell for ward, he breathed heavily, and died immediately. Tne Wellington (N. Z.) syndicate which recently made an attempt to recover the treasure which went down at the Three Kin^.s in the steamer Elliiiganiite, intend char tering a steamer to niiiKo another effort.to secure the prize. Now York papers have published a little tabulated sliitement showing that Mr. John I). Uoekfollor would by December 15, have taken for tho present year ,£-1,000,000 as his share of the Standard Oil divi dends. He now owns 50 per cent of tho. capital slock of the company in addition- to 49 per cent of all the subsidiary companies. It...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondents. BERMAGU[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

From Our Correspondents;; BERMAGUI. Now that the holidays are' over the people have settled down to work and the place has resumed its normal appearance. During the Christmas week the stores dii a good trade and the town presented an animated atmearance. - The sports at Bermagui: South were a success in every way and were well patronised by the public. The membership fees amounted to £3 15s Od, and the gate takings exceeded £5. These amounts with the nomination fees 'added left the club with a small balance in hand. The heats, as a. rule, were well' contested and this fact speaks well for the work of the handicappers. The crowd was very orderly through out and not a single person was to be seen under the influence of strong drink, nor was there a single dispute. All the 8ame Mr. Annetts of the ilorse-snoc uena Hotel cuu a gooci business. Altogether the way the sports were carried out was a credit to the management. Of course the secretary was foremost among the workers, but Messrs. ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ENGLISH BUTTER FAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

THE ENGLISH BUTTER FAKER. In connection with butter mani pulation, an interesting pamphlet has been -written by Mr. C. T. Wall, of- George .Wall . arid Coy Limited, Of Liverpool arid Man chester, a firm largely interested in the margarine trade. The writer describes the whole process of butter manipulation, and shows what a profitable business it must be to tho persons engaged in it. He estimates that some 200 tons of this class of butter are being daily produced at a profit of about £12 per ton, or a sum equal to £14.000 per week. This quantity will be doubled as the winter progresses. The writer goes on to say that butter mani pulation is driving many shop keepers to bankruptcy, and gener ally demoralising the trade. With the immense profits on these special goods, other kinds can be sold at under cost. Rich firms with 'buffers' between them and ex posure, are the chief offenders. They have friends who can pull the strings, and who seem to be able able to [influence delay in bring...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAILS CLOSE [?]o [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

MAILS CLOSE fo Sydney overland, via Cooma, daily, Saturday excepted, at 10.:i0 p.m. Sydney, per steamer, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m., unless steamers de layed. , Oioulburn, Cooma, Nimitybolle, JIo nhro district and Victoria, daily, Sun day excepted, at 7.30 p.m. Muruyu, Milton, Bateman's Bay, Xel lijren, Oobargo, Quaama, Tilba Tilba and Brogo, daily, Saturday excepted, at 10. .JO p.m. Tiitlmi mid Thllirn lloatii, Monthly, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10.30 p.m. Towamba, Timbilliea, Rocky' Hall, Wyndliani, via I'limbula, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, 10.30 p.m. Eden, Pumbuln, AVoluinlnand Meriiii bula, daily, Saturday exeopted, 10.30 p.m. * Merimbula, via Jellat, Thursday, 10. 30 p.m. Candelo, Kameruka, Kanoonn, daily, I0.!!0 p.m. Tanja, Wapengo, Murrah rind Benna Kiii, direct, Monday, Wednesday and Friday nt 10.30 p.m. Viri Cobnrgo, Tuesday, Thursday and Bundiiy at 10.30 p.m. Anglcdnle, Monday and Thursday at 10.30 p.m. Buckjo, Tuesday and Friday, at 10.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE from [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS A1UUVE from Sydney overland, 'via Coomsi and Beinboka, dailv (Sunday excepted) at 10.10 p.m. Sydney, by steamer, Tuesday and Fri day, time uncertain. , uoulburn, Cooma, Monaro district, ^7ietoria and South-Western districts, daily, Sunday excepted, tit 10.10 p.m. Braidwood, Araluen, Moruya, Bodalla, Milton, Bateman's Bay, Xcllipen, Co ij-nSo, ..Qniuinin and Brojjo, daily, Sun day excepted, at'/ p.m.- — ? Tatlira and Tathra Bond, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, at*G p.m. ^anuoio, .uogina, ivameruKa, ivanoo nn, daily at 7.30 p.m. Towamba, Timbilliea, Rocky Hall, Cathcart, and Wyndham, via I'ambula, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7.30 p.m. 'Eden, Pambula, AVolumla, Groin's Flat, MillignniU and Jleriuibula, daily at 7.30 p.m. Jlerimbula, via Jullut Jellat, Friday at 7 p.m. Wyndham, IJoeky Mall, Poricoo and liuiTngatu, via Candelo, Jlomrily and Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. Tiuijn, Wapengo, Hie Murrnh and Bermagui direct, Tuesday, Thursday ami Satu...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

As You Like It. '1 must hnvc liberty Witlml, ns lnriie n cliurlur us the wind, To blow- on whom I nlense.' —'As You UIiolt.'(Acl II.. sc. 7). The city papers in their efforts to advertise 'The Soil' of this State have lately printed photographs of lovely and aristocratically bred cows, some of which aro depicted as undergoing the soothing opera tion of being. milked, while others are quiptly. standing with beauti fully dressed children on their backs. The average dairy boy or girl must smile when lie or she clasps eyes on these printed delu sion. .The Budget 'devil' has given his experience of farm life and the golden 'cow. He struck quite a different sort of animal, and in his time none of the family, while dressed in pretty muslins and over-all lace and shod in san dals, ever went near the milkers. The oldest frock was good enough to milk Daisy in and get bespat tered with the lactic and other fluids and solids which in the lovely clover-perfumed summer months flow and 11 y in the...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The Writing on the Wall!" [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

''The Writing on the Wall!' The following cables are printed side by side in Monday's 'Daily Telegraph' : The trades-union branch of the Tariff Reform League has issued a mani festo in which it is stated that the unemployed question will be the chief issue at next election. Unrestricted importation of goods crowding English manufactures out of the Home market is declared to be the cause of the existence unem ployed. The second of these cable messages gives the key to the unemployed development in Great Britain. Hitherto, the splendid charitable organisations of that country were able either to cope with the diffi culty or so minimise its dimensions that it did not become an eyesore, nor loom as a national calamity or excrescence on the boasted pros perity of the great *reetracie exem plar of the world. And the privi leged landed classes and wealthy people generally never demurred at subscribing money for the relief of the necessitous people, for they were ever anxious .to suppress s...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mrs. Keightley's Famous Ride. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

Mrs, Keightley's Famous Ride. No doubt most of tho 'old hands' will remember Mrs. Keightlcy's famous ride from Rockloy to Bath urst to get '^500 for the ransom of' her husband, held prisoner by Bon Hall and his 'gang of bushrangers. Not only has the story been a favorite chapter in the history of those troublous times, but.llolf Boldrewood, one of tho most popular of authors of Australian tales, has immortalised her by making her ono of the heroines in his book 'Robbery Under Arms.' Mrs. Keightlcy, who was 57 years of age at tho time of her death, had been ill for some time. Having in her youth attained some success as an amateur actress, she afterwards adopted the stage as a profession, and played for sonic time in the drama 'Bail Up,' found upon the incident related below. ? She was a daughter of the late Henry Rotten, of! Bathurst, a well-known and highly-respected resident of that district, which he represented in tho first Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, and widow of t...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

LOCAL AND GENERAL, On Monday there were good rain falls all over tho State, tho west getting some very serviceable falls. Oowra had 201, Glen Lines ISO, Byrock 170, Nymagco 149, Braid wood 90, Wyalong 1M points. Cooma had only 0 points, Moruya 2(i, Quoanbeyan 8. 'Bega's rainfall for the year just ended is 2211 points, , Bonilmla 2110, 'Braidwood 1823, Oandolo 21592, Cooma 1519, Delegate 2-100, Eden 3135, Moruya Heads 2327, Nimilybollc 2213, Ulladulla 20S-1, Aral uen 19-17. * ' ; ? «- « Speaking on Monday in support of Mr. Caillard's candidature for Bradford East, Mr. Joseph Cham berlain stated that a duty of '2s -per quarter on foreign corn only would not bo a heavy price to pay for the preference on Bradford manu factures, which the groat colonies could give security for. With preference, lip said, tho wollen trade would command' the ever-growing colonial markets. «- * ?» Tin-: following tondors were opened on Wednesday :— McLood's Hill: A. Munro and ..It. Kennedy, ^10-1, -John Gut...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

??' FOR THE RACES ! ARE SHOWING UP-TO-DATE GOODS im~F0R LADIES3 AND GENTS' WEAJi. FOR Ladies stylish MILLINERY, PRETTY PARACHUTES, x NOVELTIES IN NECKWEAR. L* ' UP-TO-DATE BELTS, f\ LATEST SHAPE SHOES. \ i ? JOB GENTS— . \ COOL SUMMER HATS, | COMFORTABLE SHIRTS for HOT DAYS LATEST in COLLARS and TIES, \ TAILOR-MADE SUITS that FIT, T SUMMER SUITS for the HEAT, *, THE NEWEST in Black or Tan BOOTS. AI8 at oub» Famous Low Prices. The Cheapest Store in Town! W. BOARDMAN, THE ZP-CTE^I^ISiailKilR,. ALL CLASSES OF FURNITURE. CARPETS^ ~ BEDDING, LINOLEUMS, - ; STOVES, SUITES AND CHAIRS. CAN. FURNISH A HOUSE THROUGPIOUT, WT FEDERAL ARCADE. Sole Agents for James Ward's PRIZE STOVES. HE WILL GIVE YOU A FIT I A BOOTMAKER. WSBBiam Organ Has opened a SHOP IN GIPPS STREET lOpposite Brydon's Store). BOOTS nnd Shoes made to measure. Only the best material used. Hiuul Stitching, Hepuirs neatly nnd quickly executed, and moderate' prices charged. Givk Him a TniAL. The Leading Boarding House of the South...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

Inter-District Summary, Mr. Pat. Lennard has been placed in charge of the Bodalhi public house. At the Bungendore race ball on New Year's night two well known ball-room dancers were to waltz for a stake of £5. The Moruya Park lease was sold by auction last week and realised the splendid figure of ,£39 10s, Mr. M. Keating being the purchaser. It is expected that the New Year's Day sports in Moruya will result in about ,£22 being cleared for the Hospital and Benevolent Society. Mr. John Perry, member for the Richmond in the Legislative As sembly, who drew Ossian in Tat lersairs bummer Uup sweep, has donated £ 250 to the Ballina Dis trict Hospital. The present harvest is the best ever recorded in the Gundagai dis trict. The oat crop is the heaviest yet taken off. Wheat will average from 20 to 25 bushels. Over 30 bushels were taken off some pad docks. The year's dairying has been so successful in Gundagai that is it reported the number of cows milked will be trebled next season. One big...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

FRG,1 THE BULLETIN. 'T.D.' : More will bo heard of Amy Castles t!ii3 winter season ' in the Great Fog than *of any other singer, 'arrive:!' or to arrive. Usually, London is regarded as a very fine place in which to get an occasional hoiip of press notices with which to sustain a reputation, but the big singers get their fees in the provinces, and are content to accept smaller terms when they sing in 'the hub.' But the Aus traliennc was so beseiged for London concerts at full fees im mediately after her initial success that she should have very little time to spare for provincial engagements for months to come. She lias booked 10 dates in the next two months for the Queen's Hall alone, whereas the usual artist is mighty glad to get an appearance there once or twice in the year. ' * # ' # Some of the Omiosition leaders showed up very badly in the atten dance record of the Federal House last session. Deakin, Chapman, Hume, Cook, Crouch, O'Malley, Ronald and Tudor missed not a single si...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BEGA BUDGET. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

THE BEGA BUDGET. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1905. 'I nm In the place where 1 urn dcmnmlcd ol conscience to speak the truth, therefore the truth 1 speult, impugn It who so llsteth.'

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[By Cable.] London, Thursday. BRITISH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

[By Cable. J London, Thursday. BRITISH ELECTIONS. There is every prospect of the British elections being the severest held since 1885. There are ten soeialists in the field. Labor can didates will oppose Unionist and Liberal candidates in thirty-four places. MICHAEL DAVITT AND THE NATIONALISTS. Mr. Michael Davitt, the once notorious Irish agitator, says that the Nationalists would continue independent of all English parties. With the aid of the Labor candi dates they were fighting for Home Rule and they mean to get it. THE KAISER CONCILIATORY TOWARDS FRANCE. The Paris coorespondent to the London 'Times' confirms the statement that the German Em peror is acting in a conciliatory manner towards France. THE ISOLATION OF GERMANY. Diplomatists consider that Prince Bulow is largely responsible for the isolation of Germany for which the Emperor was previously blamed. 2000 PATIENTS IN MOSCOW HOSPITALS. The Moscow hospitals contain 2000 wounded victims of the recent fighting. STRIKE LOSSES. ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER, 1905 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER, 1905 § m — -S '?§ ^ DayofAVeek S f « a' ?..'?? ? ' ?'? 5 3 O o ? I ?- r - a a. II M II M AM P.M. 1 Friday 4 37 fl 51 0 13 10 '15 2 Sntunlnv i 37 0 51 10 12 11 27 3 SUNDAY 4 37 0 52 11 8 a.m. 4 Monday 4 37 (I 53 p.m. 12 4 6 Tuesday 4 37 0 54 12 58 12 38 0 Wednesday 4 37 0 55 1 51 1 II 7 Thursday 4 37 C 50 2 44 1 42 8 Friday 4 37 0 57 3 37 2 14 () Saturday 4 37 0 57 4 31 2 41 10 SUNDAY 4 38 0 58 5 20 » 24 11 Monday 4 38 0 50 0 20 3 58 12 Tuesday 4 38 7 0 7 14 4 39 13 Wednesday 4 38 7 0 8 0 5 25 14 Thursday 4 30 7 1 8 57 0 10 15 Friday 4 39 7 2 9 43 7 9 10 Saturday 4 39 7 3 10 27 8 6 17 SUNDAY 4 39 7 3 11 8 9 5 18 Monday 4 40 7 4 1147 10 7 If) Tuesday 4 40 7 5 a.m. 11 8 20 'Wednesday 4 40 7 0 12 26 p.m. 21 Thursday 4 40 7 G 1 4 1 17 22 Friday ? 4 41 7 7 1 43 2 22 23 Saturday 4 41 7 7 2 25 3 29 24 SUNDAY 4 42 7 8 3 11 4 30 25 Monday 4 43 7 8 4 2 5 42 20 Tuesday 4 44 7 8 4 50 0 45 27 Wednesday 4 44 7 8 5 54 7,-43 28 Thursday 4 45 7 9 G 55 8 34 29 Friday 4 46 7 '.) ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

SPORTING. The New Zealand footballers defeated All France by 38 points to 8. Yeumbcrra, a Pambula Cup winner, will likely do stud duty in the southern district next season. JNominations for the Rocky Hall races on 13 January close on the 10th inst. A NorthSydney team of cricke ters visited Cooiha last week and played a two-days' match against a Monaro Eleven, the game conclud ing on Monday last. The visitors won by 56 runs. Scores: Noith Syd ney 378, Monaro 322. On New Year's Day at the Burragate sports, the Opening Handicap ivas won by J. Hogg off 8 yds, W. Hogg, 2 yds, second ; Burragate Handicap — J. Hogg (12 yds) 1, H. Collins (15 yds) 2, T. Legge (14 yds) 3, J. Collins (6 yds) 4; Flying Handicap— R. B. Stone (6 yds) 1, B. Hyde (10yds) 2. Here's a merry New Year to all good sports, Here's a merry New Year to all ; Be they weighted with 'tin,' or poor or thin, Or fighting with back to the wall, May the New Year bring them wealth galore, May fickle Fortune smile ; May the 'good th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

THEY SAY: That largo shipments of maize are arriving from Java; and That in former years Argentine sent hundreds of tons of this pro duct to N.S.W. — if the small duty wore 'removed the market would be swamped by foreign shipments. That a late cable states that tlie State of Virginia is prepared to settle 30,000 of England's freetrade paupers on Virginian farms. That Cardinal Moran in his recent utterances had no intention of reflecting on Mr. Carruthers as Premier: and That his' Eminence really thinks Carruthers is just as good a Premier as wo have had in the last 20 years; and That as during that period N.S. Wales has had Parkes, Dibbs, and Reid the Cardinal paid Mr. Carruthers a great compliment. That Mr. Fred Johnson, of the 'Budget' office, preached at Can delo Methodist Church on Sunday evening, in the absence of Rev. H. Fleming; and That 'our Fred' is 'eulogised by the Candelo press' (or a por tion of it) for his pulpit utterances; and That tho 'Budget' intends giv ing him an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

rP O'.'' -,'^\. L E T. SHOP adjoining BANK of AUSTRA LASIA, Carp Street, at present occupied liy Mr. HurveyJ- Jeweller. Suited for (Jlliee or Shop.— Apply HUMK'S HOTEL. ?\rTALLAGOOT, .HOWJXCi CLUB. 3rd Annual Regatta, — TO BE IIBLD O.V— January, 26th, 1906. PROGRAMME: (To start.' at '11 o'clock), 1.— ?YOUTHS' HANDICAP, single sculls, for youths under 20 years of ngo ; distance about ){ of u mile ; 1st prize £1 10s, 2nd 10». Rumina tion' 3b. ?* ? 2.— SAILING HANDICAP, up to 22ft, triangular course; about f- miles; time allowance deducted at start. Silver medal, presented by Mr. G. Harvey, to go to the captain of the winning boat. .First prize £0, 2nd £110s; nomination 10d. 3.— ALL-COMERS' HANDICAP, single sculls, in the Club's skiffs ; distance about 1 mile.-- .First prize £5 10s nnd siK-cial of £1 Is, presented by Mr. H. Cockerill, second £1 10s. Nomination 10s. 4.— SWIMMING ..HANDICAP, 60yds fnt* nil r-n nwirii Vifuf Ifia «n»nH.l 5s ; post entries Is. 5.— NOVICE HANDICAP, single sc...

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

Police Court. At the Police Court on Wednesday before Mr. II. S. Hawkins, P.M., Thomas Henry Gee was charged with wilful false swearing, alleged to have occurred during the evidence given by Gee in acasc heardon the 28th November. It will be remem bered that Gee was charged with furious riding and his evidence was contradicted by several witnesses. The depositions in this ease were produced by the C.P.S., and Mr. Bland (who appeared for accused) took exception to their being put in unless the signatures were sworn to. The P.M. over-ruled the objection. Constable Ivory gave similar evidence to that, given . by him at the prosecution on 2Sth November. Under cross-examination he stated that he knew Gee for about six years and had found him well conducted except when he was drinking. Then accused was likely to be noisy. Otherwise he was hard-working and industrous, and of a quiet disposition. Constable Evory also testified to tho recent convictions against Gee for drunkenness. Richard T...

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