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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

For Sale Cheap EIGHT WINDOWS, iron frames, lead ? diamond. lights, stained glass margins, gotliic tops, suitable for church, school-house, pnblic or private building. Dimensions, ft.! x ft. Apply to. J. Andrew, Riverine Grazier office, Hay. ®|e llittmitc (faciei' is published every Wednesday, at Hay, .'Murrumbidtree River, N.S.W., Subscription: £1 peranuum, orfls. per quarter, payable in advance. TO ADVERTISERS. The Riverine Grazier is by far tlie most widely cir culated newspaper in Riverina, and offers tlio grentest advantages to advertisers. Civilians poit Advertisements : For one insertion 3d. per line of space. For every insertion after tlie first, 2d. ditto. Birtlis, Marriages, and Deaths, 2s. Cd. each. Specially . favorable rates, for standing advertisements^ - and for sucli-as are largely displayed.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAST TROTTING IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

FAST TROTTING IN CALI FORNIA. The following, which no doubt will be of interest to the sporting members of the community, is taken from the Califomian Mail Bag of July last — To-day there is to be a sight at the Agricultural Park, in aid of the Louisiaua sufferers, which few persons slionld miss. Governor Standford's marvellous horse Oc cident is to take a spin round the track. What a sight that will be may be judged from the following des cription of a similar occasion. A writer describes the great race against time by. Occident at the last state fair at Sacramento as fol lows : — 'The trot was for a plate of 2,000dol., offered by the state agricultural society to any horse that should beat the best time ever made in the state, viz., 2min 17isec made by Goldsmith Maid. Occi cident was brought out and exer cised for a short time, and then took back to be cooled off for the great event of his life. At' least 10000 pair of eyes were riveted up on the noble horse when lie was again bro...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. List of unclaimed Lettors, lying nt the General Postoffice, Sydney; 15th August. . Ship Letters. Abraham Rev. T., Jerilderie. Alien William, Pine Ridge. Altson Jno., Balranald. Baldio Miss, Hay. Barret Jno., Deniliquin. Barry J. J., Wentworth. Bell Alex., Wauganella'. Bond A. Hay. Bostock T. E. Deniliquin. Braund Robt., Wooorm Station (3) Bromley Q. E., Mlldura. Brown G., Deniliquin. Brown Jno., Jerilderie. Brynnt Thos. R., Nattal.' Cain Thos., Wanmraella. Campbell Jno. T., Darling River. Carmody Henry. Hay. Carpenter The, Elliam Marl station [t Albemarle], River Darling. Casey C., Deniliquin. Cask J., Deniliquin. Chandler- William, Bourke. Cobber Arthur, Wentworth. CoLHna John, Wentworth. Connelly Andrew Deniliquin. Cook J., Deniliquin. Cook G., Deniliquin. Corey Mr. Tappo station. Cregan John, Euston (3). Crombie Jno., Wentworth. Cullen J. E., Wlleannia. CummingR.,_ Bourke. Cuthbert John, Wentworth. Daisden T., Hay. Desveux & Cogle, Conargo (2). Draper W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

MR. FRED RICE HAS much pleasure in announcing that ho will give TWO of his POPULAR ENTERTAINMENTS on Saturday and Monday Next, OCT. 17th and 19th, at the Crown Hotel, Assembly Room, assisted by Miss Fanny Rice, The charming Vocalist, burlesque actress, , and champion Dnuseusc ; Mr. Harry Sharp, The inimitable Negro Delineator and Ethio pian Melodist j Mr. 'W\ Raynor, In his Budget of Coimc Songs. The performance will commence with tho Laughable Farce, written by Mr. Fred Rice, and entitled THE JEALOUS HUSBAND. I . Characters by Mr F. and Miss F. Rice. . To be followed by A CONCERT Of entirely new Comic Songs. Songs and Dances, Duetts, Negro Eccentricities, &c., &c. The whole to conclude with the Side-splitting Farce, DRAMATIC AGENCY. Manager ... ... Mr. Fred Rice Smart Boy ... ... Mr. Harry Sharp Characters by the Company. Prices , of Admission — Front seats, 3s; baclc do, 2s. Performance to commence at Eight sharp. : ? 531-51 'We not consider that In the rough comfo...

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DINING AND FEEDING. NEW YORK TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

DINING AND FEEDING. NEW YORK . TIMES. I 1 he art of dining, like most of the other fine arts, is yet with us comparatively in its Infancy. To be sure we are every day mak ing progress, and within the last decado it may even be said that our pregress has been immense. Even in New England, cold beans have ceased to be an article of faitli, to be taken on Sundays as regularly as the ser mon, under suspicion of heterodoxy, and it is only in the remoter regions that dough nuts and apple-pie are considered the most suitpble and wholesome refection for the hungry traveller. Nevertheless, in the true science of eating we have still much to learn, and we need not be ashamed -of it either. It has taken Franco half a score of centuries to learn to make soup, while our own country has had scarcely one wherein to forget the gloomy culinary superstitions of the puritan kitchen, which must have done much to send those heroes of dyspepsia cheerfully to' mar- j tyrdom and translation. When New 'York...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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TO MY WIFE, [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

TO MY WIFE, OS HEB SAYING TO MB THAT HER CHEEKS WEBE TURNED PALE AND HER HAIR GREY. I see your cheeks are pale, Peggy, Your hair is thin and grey, But Btill your are to me, Peggy, The flower that cheers my way. No doubt your youth is gone, Peggy, Your step is wearing slow, But well I mind tho time, Peggy, When few such charms could show.. Though now your eyes are dim, Peggy, They once were bright and fair, — — .As stars that roll and sing, Peggy, In gladness ;through the air. I never dream'd your cheeks, Peggy, Would still in beauty glow,' Or that your step would keep, Peggy, Free as the streamlets .flow. But I knew you'd be to me, Peggy, A mine of wealth arid more, ?Till- the heart within your breast, Peggy, ' Its throbbing would give o'er. I found you still to be, .Peggy, The source of much delight, When sorrow prey'd on me, Peggy, And all was dark in sight. And still I'll find a bliss, Peggy, In love with you to.stay, Despite the searing change,. Peggy, . Your features, now displ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

Australian Joint Stock Bank. HAY~BRM0H» Deposits received on Cnrrent Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, uud all other BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted, The Baulc issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Brandies and Agen cies throughout NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, AS D NEW ZEALAND. Also npon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager. Bank of New South Wales. Capital £1,000,000. Reserve Fund £333,333 6s. 8d. HAY BRANCH. DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Account, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits granted, Advances made upon Approved Security, and all other usual BANKING BUSINESS transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agcncies throughout New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also upo...

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SYDNEY. October 9,1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

SYDNEY. ... /from OUR OWN CORREsrON-nr-VT _ , , . . October 9, 1874. un w uuiicsnny,./tn inst, rue ministers took a party of some 50 or CO gentlenien with them to visit the Zig Zag, in Litligp;v valley. There were in tlie company rcpre sentatives, more or less distinguished, of six colonics Tho Premier of Queensland, the hon. A. M'Alister tlie Postmaster-General, the hon. G. Thorn, nnd Mr 'San derson, a sfjuatter ol great influence, represented that colony ;— from: New Zealand were Mr Russell, agent for the Government, tlie hon. James Henderson, MrO'Neill M.II.R., and Mr Graham of Auckland; — fVom Tas mania, Mr Webster, and Captain Gilniorc ; from South Australia, Mr Simms; and from Victoria, Mr Hender son and other members of the Melbourne Gig Crew. New South Wales was represented by the Premier, the ( rrcnsuier, the Postmaster-General, the ISIinister lor i Works, and the Minister of Justice aud Publi-. Educa tion. Some of our foremost citizens were also there .Sir Alfred Stephen. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

Amo-ncist the subjects of interest to the town aud district, which were brought before tho attention of Mr. Parkos, was the necessity of a daily mail from Deniliqnin to Hay. This, matter has been long talked of by the inhabitants, and if wc mistake not it was pressed on (he Government some years 'ago, by the late Mr. Twynnin, acting on behalf of the citizens. The tenders for the mail ser vice of next year are now advertised for, and provision is made that a daily mail should be afforded, from the fact that contractors are required to state the terms for a daily as well as tri-weckly mail. Now is the time for the people to press their claims on the Govern ment, and they will bo certain of success. The growing importance of this town, and the increasing traffic and business of the dis trict, demand mnre facilities of postal com 'UUiication ; and in asking tho Government to afford them to us, we are only rcqninng a re cognition of our just claims, without putting the authorities to add...

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BOOLIGAL. Oct. 12th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

BOOLIGAL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) I , , . Oct. 12th, 1874. ite nave notning ol importance to chronicle this week, excepting the appearance of some very fine wea ther, and from general appearances we mav say that tlie summer has fairly set in. ' t f 4 Sessions held on Thursday last, John Ritlml appeared on his own recognisances to an swer the charge of horse-stealing, no evidence forth nnmmn- Iio wn? rlicnh'ii.nvwl Shearing in our district is still progressing. Alma commences on the 12th, Eurugnhah will be cut out in about a fortnight. We are looking for the advent of somo person connected with the Public Works depart ment in the matter of tho road from here to Mac Donald's Gums — the creeks noiv being in flood the levels could be defined, and no mistake could iwssi bly bo made in forming an estimate of the works re quired. From your very able leader of two or three weeks back on this suliject wc understood that our Premier tlie lion. Henry Parkes, pledged himself that this wor...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

RMAI.I. DEBTS COURT. HAY. C. tv. York v. Win. Church, Mr Iinymonil lor plnintifF; Mr Rccd for dclcmlnnt. Adjourned until 20th inst. Willinm Williams v. Thomns Simpson. Mr Raymond for plaintiff, Mr llccd for defendant. This was a claim for commission. Plaintiff swore that defendant agreed to allow him commission on timber sold through , him, and that lid had introduced Mr Thomas Patterson who bought some £00 worth from defendant. Defendant swore that Mr Patterson gave him the order direct, and thatplaintitf never hnd anything to do with introducing Mr Patterson. Case dismissed. Geyer and wife v. Stone and wife. Mr Raymond for plaintiff, Mr Reed for defendant. Platntiif charged £?'- as per alleged contract for helping female defendant in a caso of difhcult confinement. Mrs Stone denied making the contract, and alleged that she was worse than when Mrs Geyer took her in hand ; had paid plaintiff 30s, and borrowed 5s which had not been repaid. Verdict, 0s, and 5s Cd costs. Cuowbed Out. —...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

Mossgiel, ANNUAL^RACES rjlO TAKE PLACE AT' Parson's Mossgiel Hotel, 011 or about MONDAY and TUESDAY, tlie 2jk1. and! 3rd NOVEMBER, 1874. Stewards ; — Messrs Thos. R'edilin, ITonry Brougham, W. B. Gayfoiy W. Gaun^ son, and A. Ileddih.. PmRT Day_ Maiden Pla*e, of 15 sovs. ;? entrance,. 10s. For all horses that have never , won an advertised race. Weight for age. Dis tance li miles. ^insAnEus' Purse; of 10* sovs j entrance^. £1 ; handicap. For horses the bona fid4t property of shearers who havo shorn this season in the district. Distance, H miles.. Shouts, of 7 sovs. ; entarnco, 15s. catch weights ; distance, i mile ; heats. Second Day. District Plate, of lo sovs. ; entrance, £1 10s. For maiden horses the bona lide property of residents of not less than six months in the district. 'Weight for' age. Distance, one mile. Mossgiel Handicat, of 30 sovs. ; entrance, £3. Open to all horses. To be liaudi cappcd by the stewards, or wboiu thev may appoint. Distance, two miles. Hack Each, of y so...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOE 1874. ~ ^ May — Driday, 6th March; Friday, 31st . July. Deniliquin— -Friday, 27th February ; Fri- . ; day, 2 -1th July ; Saturday, 19th December. W egga W agga — Saturday, 7th February ; Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th Novembor, ? v Alb.ury — Monday, 16th February ; Mon d*1)') 13th July ; Monday, 7 t.li December. Corowa — Saturday, 21st February ; Satuiv : day, ,18th July; Saturday, 12th December. Wentworth — Saturday, 21st March; Saturday, 15 th August. Bourke — Thursday, 7th May j Wednesday, 4th November. , . . COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS Deniliquin— Thursday, 26th February Thursday, 23rd July; Friday, 18th De cember. ? . 'Wagga Wagga — Thursday, 5th February; Thursday, 2nd July; Thursday, 26 th No vember. Albury— Friday, 18th February ; Friday, 10th July ; Friday, 4th December. Boiirkc— Friday, 8th May ; Thursday, 5th ? November. Printed and published by tho proprietor ; John Andrew, at the Wharf Store, Hay, ' New South Wales, ? ?'

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By Electric Telegraph MELBOURNE, Saturday, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

By Electric Telegraph (FROM OCR OWN COIUtKSPOHDENT.) . MELBOURNE; Saturday, October 10. Count Arnim has been arrested at the in stance of Prince Bismarck, for detaining state documents belonging to the Archives. Release efused. An Embassy from Paris caused great ex citement in official circles at Berlin. Don Carlos is reported wounded, but tlio report has been contradicted. Serious dis sensions have occurred amongst tho Carlists. General Dorregarry has been dismissed from the command, and Menince succeeds him. The Somerset passed Bowen yesterday. Singapore coffee dull ; sugar improved. Tho Queen Princess Beatrice, and Prince Leopold are in Scotland. The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh have returned to London. The Prince of Wales held a grand Ma sonic reception in Plymouth. . There is a deficiency in the British revenue of over fire million pounds. Officers of the English gun-boat Fly, fired upon the Republican soldiers, on the coast of Spain.

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MELBOURNE. 10th October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

MELBOURNE. (from oun OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 10th October, 1874. Two motions of want of confidence have been before our House of Parliament, the latter of which was fathered by Sir James M'Culloch, who could only find 22 members to follow him into his lobby, and so his new plan of taxation has gone to the tombs of the Capulets and he returns into his own shell. ' That the Spanish Republic is an accomplished fact may be depended on, from the fact that the English and French ministers have presented their credentials to Marshal Serrano, the president; andso far as these Courts arc represented, the ? Republic is, vn fait accompli A report was afloat that Don Carlos had been wounded in a mutiny amongst his followers. This, however, is not correct, as he is still at tlie head of hisarmy; fhoii'h one of his leading generals lias been dismissed, and another one appointed to his place. The cause oftlie pretender is iu the wane, and with the courts of England and France against him, his supplies...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

. HAY l'OST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ' ; ! AltniVAtSi ' Sunday — 11.30 a.m. 1-rom Echuca Deniliquin, Wan ganella, Sydney (via Deniliquin). ... . Monday — 12 a.m. 'From Maude, BalrimnM. ? 5 p.m. l'rom Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. ; Tuesday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Ifarandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Deniliquin, and Wangane'la. Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and - Sydney (via Wngga) 11.30 a.m. Echuca, D niliquin, Wanganella : 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling DEPAKTUnKS. Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald lp.m. . Booligal; Wilcannia, and Darling Monday— 0 p.m. Eehuea. Deniliquin, Wanganella. ? 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera; and Sydney (via Wagga) : ' 1 . Wednesday — (j p.m. ^cliuea, Deniliquin, Wanganella- . ' and Sydney (via Deniliquin) . . 12 a.m. jV.aude and.Balranald . 1 p.m. Booligal; AVileannia, Darlimr. ic. Friday— -3 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella .7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga)...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

i MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TO, TIIE EDITOR OP THE RIVERINE CHAW5H. Sir; — Would yon allow me space in your widely cir culated columns to bring before the public of Hay nnd surrounding district the necessity— I might say all solute— of establishing a mechanics' institute or free library here. We have no place whore our young men can go of an evening to amuse themselves, and combine learning with pleasure. In connection with the insti tute a room should be set apart for amusement, and fur nished with boxing gloves, chcss, drafts, dominoes, fencing foils, See., &c. I should very much like to see a public meeting called and a committee formed of good working influential townsmen, for thev are the right ones to establish it. And let the committee, in conjunc tion with our municipal council, draw out a plan of operations, and we should soon see the walls of the build ing we so much need. We havo !fhe promise of the Colonial Secretary of a Govervment grant of £200 for books as soon as...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 14th October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

STOCK REPORT. I Jlivcrbic Grazier Office, I WeducscfciYt 14th Octobcr. 1874. / Summer bent is upon us now, 'nnd makes itself felt utter the cool weather recently experienced. The ther mometer has risen to 87 decrees in tho shade, lienor cmbah to cut out, aud the last bale of wool shipped : Cuba finished yesterday j Wrmlry, last week ; nnu shearing is progressing so satisfnctonly that in. a fort i\i£nt from this date, we believe, the last sheep on the river will be shorn. The river !s brmk high, nnd there will be water carriage for the whole clip. Navigation will likely continue open till after Christmas. Mr John Moore, jmu* reports the sale of 0000 of Messrs Peppin and Son's ewes ; he has also sold for same owners ICO of their highly esteemed rams. There have crossed the bridge at Hay — On 8th inst, 5000 store sheen from Coomhie, travelling for sale* 11th, 3060, Mr Tvson's, from Tupra ; 1000 Tam lambs, purchased from Messrs Peppin, for Messrs Hope and Scott, Beemery station, on the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and GENERAL AGENT. Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented. THE OLDEST ' SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. fc- rf ? ? M £ § ® . MfiMfh V M w EH a IK/fylf- 1 w-h I ® ^ I WILLIAM, HEWITSON tv mtuniiiiLr thanks for past favours, would call the attention of his friends and publi-? I ce3'v to his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, which ma of the BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogskin Saddles made to order. Gents Town and Hunting Saddles, Stock-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. W H having in lii- umploy several firstrdass tradesmen, that have worked in the lead ing shops in Melbourne, Sydney, and Wagga Wagga, is now in a position to execute all orders entrusted to him, in a style and manner not to bo surpassed in the colonies. In the HARNESS DEPARTMENT will be found single and double Buggy Harness, Carriage, Waggonette, and Dray Harness, all of the very best material. ' Waggonettes covered and trimmed. Lig...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. October 7, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. October 7, 1874. . Fal Cattlc. — D0i yarded, cliiefly medium qunlity. Market dull, nnd declined about 10s per hend on all but best. Mein's 236 bnllocks £8 10s, covrs, £7 5s ; W idler**, from Bulloo, averaged £9 Qz Gil ; 217 (Riley's), £6 to £9 5s ; 28s, same owners, Bold at Sandhurst at £7 10s. Fat Sheep, — 21,700 in disposed of thus : — inuat company uouu, trade izuu, snippers 3 100, graziers 2100. Best sheep brought full rates, middling Gd to Is deelino, inferior almost unsaleable. Riverine sales : — 2500, Wm. Wallace, Jjachlan ; 3000 wethers, Mossgiel. at 13s 6d ; 1800 wethers, Pevcn sey, 13s 9d, culls lis; 3615 ewes and mothers, Till Till ; 2240 do do, Tupra, 10s G(1 to 14s Cd ; 1782 do do, Tom's Lake, lis lid to 14d Gd ; 689 do do, Cudgcllico, 10s to 13s ; 1C63 wethers, Byg.il ore, ]2s Gd to 13s ; 307 ewes, Mr F. L. Parker, Quia mong, at. 12s 6d, the top average of the dayT and for the same owner 533 lambs at 9s 9d «nd 10s. Messrs-; Hastings' Cunikgiiam ...

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