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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

1 1 uddarU Mqtfd^i). g JlpiuJwiilii* tt, Pjrt (\vgnct on ilcpifln Uoxing Pay.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FREE SPEECH. THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

f REE SPEECH. THE GENERAL ELECTION. On Tuesday Tas mania made choice of its law-makers, and without doubt the result as a whole ifi that a body bt men were returned more closely in touch with the people, and suppor ters of both rival parties have had impressed upon them that the people demand that progress should be made in accordance with the times and its teachings, not on the mere dictates of unreasoning party lineB, at the same time the condemnation of Dobsonia has been emphatic, especi ally in Hobart. The capital not having returned a single follower of the octopi camp. In Launceston, de spite the great favors showered upon that city by the Minister of Lands, that gentleman but just saved his seat, the Labor candidate, Mr. J. G. Price, running the minister very close, thus gaining a great moral vic tory, which is at once emphasised when it is considered how greatly fiaunoeston benefits by the present Administration, particularly on rail way matters, and proving that the Norther...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

Union Line of Steamers. The Largest and Bust Appointed Fleet of Steamships in the Southern Hemisphere. The Magnificent Steamers of this Line maintain regular passenger and cargo ser vioes between Tasmania, New Zealand, and Australasian ports, with Branch Lines to Fiji and the South Sea Islands. PRINCIPAL TABMANIAN S15BV1CKS : Hobart to Sydney THE S.S. 'OONAH,' W. J. Kbathebstone, Commander, Makes regular trips, carrying freight and passengers at lowest current rates First .'ailing : TUESDAY, JANUARY 2nd. Hobart to Melbourne The splendid intercolonial steamers on the New Zealand line call Weekly at Hobart. en route to Melbourne. First bailing : S.S. 'MANAPOURl,' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26th. Launceston to Mel bourne r S.S. 'PATEENA,' H. Sams, Commander, MONDAY, DEC. 25tb, 2 p.m. MONDAY, JAN. 1st, 2 p.m. For New Zealand First Steamer : S.S. 'TALUNE,' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26th. San Francisco. The company in conjunction with the Oceanic Company run a regular monthly service from Sydney to San Fr...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOIDEN HUBBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

Hoiden Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it lant*, in this manner; the iufluite linbbub uiuilackoued. The total of the selectors' arrears in Victoria is £(300,000, and rather than push the poor struggling 'cockies' a beneficent Government prefer to go to the London money market as a borrower, paying not less than 4 per cent, for the accommoda tion. Thus does the Victorian Go vernment and especially the Minister of Lands figui-e before the public as the settlers' friend ; but the uncon trollable cat has jumped out of the bag with the usual revelations, and the poor man comes down with the usual big fall, for it is not tlie selector that has been the gainer by the .forbearance of the Government, hut the bloodsucking |itud grabbers, who after carrying out their usunl tactics of exterminating the settlers and keeping the country that should be studded with homesteads a wilder ness for speculative purposes only, keep in their pockets the money of the Government, or use it for further I ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE NORTH HOBART LABOR DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

THE NORTH HOBART LABOR DEFEAT. In North Hobart labor once again' has reoeived itB oft-repeated lesson,.' that lesson emphasised by the Great est of Reformers, that a house divided against itself must fall. Since this journal has come into existence it has consistently striven to induce the Trades and Labor Council and Mr. Hall's followers to get into line ; but personal feelings have been too strongly embedded in minds evidently ' dwarfed by the conflicting elements and localism of a small community, with the result that when both parties should have been striving to ' organise skilled .*nd unskilled labor and encouraging the formation of, political reform associations they have contented themselves with the streng thening of their own semi-political: cliques and the venom of jealousy and even spite has been turned against one another, nptonty in common talk,, but from the stump and the public platform, and the chosen candidate of one coterie fired it off as his last contribution to...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NORTH DUNDAS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

iRfiiriiiL :l*ri*v^E^i |th'uig%Bair*4'?^^) at ttS UlpnnwSf pawtednBHM Jell what it consisted of, but the chaps eat ft on his word that itT'iS^'SjGfinw;!--!iftfc'{ fjreakfast the waiter waBhosTSTtnc things bates are getting their leggings pHdjw*t-*g light boots on, after whioCTwfata/rfiglP to workJtffi^orkin^niBinst^noebeuigRn' sluionig, and those of my readers who Havje been. at that work will not envy their high spirits, as they are fully aware ,that onoe they start there are no spare moments. rl-o will be picking down the wash, one will ha in the sluice boi, one feedjug, an^i one on the hopper, all working -like demons, and it surprises a casual visitor the amount of wash tne men will put through in a day. He will soe a stack of wash beside the hopper .that he reckons will keep them going the best part of a week, and lo !: in a couple of hours it has disappeared. Some times he is a bit curious and thinks . he would like to try a portion of the work, but in a few moments he cries e...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Bill's Notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

Bill's Notions. ,!l^;»v?-],. ,re|8t;»i.iiaflb fl.ndin,*his,«pli!9je of ^juok^r ,fjll things :Btriva and slicugle fortho bask Of lif^'thy':We6Mjr'idnhii)e'r. '?/(To this 'Wvel ^nuBt^aJl |olk .come— fjie'equaliiy ofihe WWffia'i»w-rthe .level Jot the daiiy cun^le ,How(-l)a*a m: thui(f ifc.is .ttiat tuo iii'ligtic !mindi-eut on great inchiBvoiueuls-BUould ibe the:servant of tlie Vulgar, bread basket, oud by tluj^oaiuonitionsrbf this ravenous tyrant,! be: niade; to know that the impfisond iflre *f . genius is -to mote in ft tlull round ;flf action. BO: that the inner Ta-Juuiii- may be filled. Tho Above is ithb .iraaulb of our (thnts Bill an.uio) peflodbiona duriug the weak, for at no,iihie:iii the dull yter's rbun»i iB:Uio need of tucker more keenly felt than iat X-xnte kvea itis thefashun to git outeideicf a igoodbit more tiiaayou oan ^ carry v In told time the pove worker oud rise .to :a : bit of ham . An' praps ohik«n . at this. 6KCruciatin«e*son, but the days is ichangod,ite:no longe...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

KigIid m SIace TBv BjBo.1 BSgHPtondjiT croning ntfiffl Teinporance Hull a 1B1 oC very youu{ poaHJBoliil'iron baaring the riUraioui title of the fBwmile LJ™ Concert -S&SnPy '—under the offfljjffiMr. Malcolm John. w»j»Te tlioir fir8t ooni§lisn'i for B0 youU-fui ftftiffS^n&tion acquittwj|m9nB0lrea in a most «§raHe manner. TJHgjgfflfli°s WIM llot Inrgc nlumthe many -ItHBr-'- bnt tlic To'aite«Hort« of tie young vooaliists. Th« jh0. I irriimme was n long)] j one, and oomisted eatircly ? ot opentic eelectioiu, but owing to the excellent I munic and the rpiritod manner in which the jii-o- M gramme was gone through, it did uotdr&gor prove j — u it. too often the case nt nranteur concerts— 1 an«xiwun««^84emt,^KTC-««UnW»-S][i«eT-tho 1 ooncert withaiiiauoforte nolo upon »iri from the 1 ' Mikadb,'ftfhich]ip'Vende|'od fi\-^Bry plenaiug J inauner.''~f5oiofl, aueti, tribfe, und cnorutes from no 3 less than leu different operaB followed in succoi- ?' Sifoli^iia-TOcH'lttJn^cdl...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

Boxing. The H&wk incantioiicly published a paragraph emanating from some malicious individual in Hobart re the P«rry-Murphy fight. Tho par. in question «u bristling with falsehood,, and naturally drew a retort from Harry Perry. On the same subject we have received a letter from Perry, dated at Sydney, in which he draws attention to the referae'-s want of grit in deciding his match with Jimmy EvanB, and acknowledging privately that he (Perry) was the winner. The plucky little Perry challenges Murphy as follows:— .' I jwill fight Murphy anywhere and any how he likes. He calls himself a light weight. If he likes to fight at the rocog nised world's lightweight limit r(9sl. 71b.) I will find a wager for as much as he likes ; or if his innumerable friends «nd admirers will subscribe a purse I will fight him in Hobart at his own weight (lOet.) Murphy hasalwayi been a friend of mine, and I don't wish to dttract from his abilities in the least, but I won't allow him to boost himself ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

l»a Tie match tetwBOT fre^c o Day wd WelUnjftdn^was ebnfcn'ueft toft «aftirday. put up 1S9, whiolmBoessitatod afoUow op.1 t tKW'WRfoeUl'tt.isilnge'brttotf* Day had; 9 wicket* down for 190. . . i. norwant'ibeHt New 'Town by an innmeer andSanoMiO 1 T ] A 't.T „, I LanB&Aoi-piit_Dip «7& agaibfit Tanw*. Thelafcter ill *hoir,fjrat.ett--rt made 70, ftild: aTtS K&Kfl UWS& io«W Yokels1 for 63 rutfs.'^:!'n ' 9-7T ! ; ^ .1 ;jr;jeu*Nstraiinn;|H-veD ]*prq-,.}W!9: jntor-; viewed by. the uicss and questioned uuilei' tlKiiuLUffllioks.to' cy.cry.bpdy, ffjJJ'SJe result'1 0fG^'-3MeS£5v#iani-lallJ:iK-&^i'' prove* .^haV tl)(j,;^flJfli(WRo\,^cyi.^re oriflHqjcrs ana,(t}ep/Mn.n nngmaRTlpiWVHWW»Jn?J1 UlT , ?.BJftoUiatn Yiw^Jftilurp*,!. 'I I c« t.l,;1 ; ; ' ... Sewi. junior,, mat^pSr Wffi- lP!j*-;i4i. on* 'owliig'ebiliiB good bttiuw of Anderton^iiiih Shield, and the bowling of. Shioln yhov ''olftainea1 7 wickfcU JorJLs rung,'3 '.' Lucasws* .? the only one ttr^itWlJAou...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FOOTLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

FOOTLIGHTS. Tin; cvur-p/jpu'Ioi; Mai^i Holt, with .1 lar^o coinpunv. is in o|)cii at tho Koyal on 'J'uesilay niRht ii'i'a SiiilcJi's Knot. Ko expense li:ii^ be 11 spurol X'itljt.'r inYsccNeu'^ju1 'C^tumes, aiiitevrirrt.liitig pr--miAui- nn-SjnjnyiiWu tiiiie for ilie niibtic. niiil liuuipiar -tiuu^os for the t.iluiitiiil a toi,\ . The Messiah. — Uaudol's oratorio, which wiis so Buccessfully produced by tlie Inhibition Choii' oil Thursday ovenuitT, will be repunted iu tlie Uxhiliitiou Uui;d iiijj; on the evening of Ohristiims Day. TickL't holders will, be jxluiitteil at 7,20 p.m. ?',-'' Walter l-ehtle*' hnA n sunMroko on .Sumlav, llecembur Ifl'lb. TJie /*clfra!«ke]it fiiit of puneni for Wz l'iiMns.; ' Hill i^yc, Uic American liumorift, jreis £2iK) a ivwk vrhiie in i.ouilon, from a newp p.ip-;r pynilicme. A «'.imb'.'r of'Tolk woul.l b^ wittj o:rtln layig ktuvv. f.,- :,.'? Pan Rernh.ii'.lt. hss'a'd'l&i hi lrcr iiipnftTrcrie ofpplslwo younj; japuii'B, which sbe lias brouplit from...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
YACHTING YABBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

Yachting Yabber. Lsst Saturday the D.S.C. held another of their races off the Esplanade, the wind was very fluky from the northward and westward — hard squalls at times, calms at other times. Clyde won tho 28ft. race hands down, with lolanthn second, Volant third, Mabel gave up, if lolanthe had bad ' as good a start as tho Clyde, she must have won the race with her time allow ance, which was excessive for a fluky day like Saturday. And no matter how fust a boat may be, she has little chance of win ning first prize when she has to allow the otkers such large tima allowances. Volant did not sail well at all considering her size aud power for strong winds, but it is more the sailing of her, tlwu tho boat's fault. Mabel came to gr-of just at the start through her rigging carrying away. Viking came in first in tho 21ft. class, but lost the first priie to Atlanta, she having 6 minutes time off Viking. And thus win ning by 4sec, if it had beon a aeabreere or a steady sailing breeze Viking ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINING NOTESAND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

Mining Note sand Tips rr-.* n~. ? swBis The sensational return jgjgjlbo' ounoes of gold for 2 hours w $fg$$ Bayley's Reward, West Australia, ag$|| us over look good Mtf rns nearer (MB On the Ooronella ujliranxholm i ijjftfbutors got recently 2-M$fiucoB of gol f(m 40 tons of ?tone. Andjyit Branxholin#jhot thought much of, whfj. J&W' I he»r thatttur men jHMihe Clipper at North Muodft8^ggttij§*ttt frOm 3 cwt, to 4 cwtfof tin pSWaf; This should en courage their neighbours. The Minjug , standard Ji»s M frost ing article on tho Gyinpie district where they seom . tp , ha?B ^parnqd (how ; tx- -w«rk successfully and economically. Several mines there not managed in fconaon,-'*nd: of moderate capital, manage to pay their shareholders diFidonds'amounling to over 60 per etfufc. of the' value of gold raisid. Lefroy had Iratter umke arnot-df thiB.- ' '?*--? So the Mount Lyell have not. only paid their way but got : a substantial 'itim at credit out of the knine. i This is very for tunate a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BRIGHTON RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

BRIGHTON RACING QLVB. The following weights have been declared tor the 'Brighton 'RaceR, which tnVe pUce on New; .Vesr's. Day : — .... .?'.? ' Hunlle Race. — Sterling, 1 let . ; Trafalgar lft-t. 121b. ; R bin Tell, lOst. {lib. ; Warrior, :lQst. 71bs. 1 Blackthorn, lOst. 711)6. ; Sirius, lOst. ilht,. ; Frecilim,. lOst. ; Milton. !-st. lOlbs. ; Tarattah, fist. lOlbs. ; Glen Tsle, -M. lOlbs. ; Bugler, ;i-at. nibs.; Bhinegold.Osi. Site'. ; May Boo. 3st. . ? Brighten Plate.— Rustic,' lOst. fiibs. ; Swinton, 8st.. 1211k j Hatv-ftaH 8st. Sitos. ; Hcleue, 8st. 2lbs. ; Holiartj 7st. 71bs: ; . ,The Sign, 7st. olbs. ; Goodwood, 7st. 31b., Hailicut, 7st.;, Xmas. Carol, rtfit. I2!bs. : Steeplechase. — Dirkie, list. Sib',; Pox hall, lOst. !)lbs. ; Warrior, KM:, nibs.; Settling Diirr lOst Mbs. ; Blackthorn, 10.1, 51bs. ; Cypher. H-t. 3Ibs. ; Merriman. 9st. Flying Handicap.— Rustic, 10.«t. Illbi. ; Svinton, 'Tennyson', !)st. 91bs.; Clyplon, *sU albs. ;.. Hobart, 8nt- 71up.-: Freedom, raraUdb, 8st. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE TURF [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 23 December 1893

TMhiRlV Lnti Of atton$1| §§^ui§|§opRET.] §H Wv Wrick. ¥*&m He-dig Rac |||Eleckless I|| Kira e7fjLl Stakes^®uickfireMiiifield. qiftck Pla fc|||lu8ic oi§J$S)k'el. J|j| S(,ik%m]ledJ^i( or bition. Entall}r Handicap.— Flying Scud or Petrarch. RICHMOND. ~ Hurdle itftoer^-Freodora11-©!* -Blacks thorn. Richmond Plate. — Hobart or Xmas All Aged Stakes. — Xmas Carol or Zkrjttaj -4 J t_j :? J -A ~\ \ -; H ' 'Galloway -Race.— Eit'tle Me. I : Open Trot. — Minnie.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BAND CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

BAND CONTESTS. DEAn Clippeb— Will you kindly allow me space in your columns tor n fe*r linos in reply to an 'article appearing in your paper on thi; 2nd iurt. Mr. 15. Mulcaliy was do doubt disappointed at not beiiig able to arrive at terme suitable to ifje Northern I). nds, but vvhy ' oqe-sided assertions should he made concerning nje and my baud I fail to understand. The prizn oflered for the proposed contest was the' handsome sum of £15, and as an additional inducement the visiting bauds were to have a share of the takings of a combined conceft the night prior to the contest. Ii) our eyes this lqoks too ' paltry ' to warrant the los^of tiuie nud cost of travelling for a baud o£ twenty-five. The judging arrangenjoots (as told to us) were — that they would fplect a pomujittee of gentlemen, 6ueh as Mr. Paokor, and the fleet were expected at that lime, anil they in tended asking the bandmaster of the Orlando to act as ?' referee.' This was the principal objection we had, simply beeaus...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE JUNIORS.—BY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

THE JUNIORS.— Bv Poikt. The Junior Association matches were continued on Saturday. A good game was played at Beltana, between Postal Telegraph and Bootmakers. The former winning by 1 wicket and 9 runs. Crump with 48 not out, batted well for the Win ners, and Ezter 45 not out. Langford bowled well for Bootmakers. ' City won their match, against Union Jack by 82 runs. ?- Urmona went down Hop against Uollerive in the first ^nnings for % batting 8 men an innjngg, the second ' innings 42 for Swickqt^. £-JHe,l4 b(Vtt*d we.1) for. lijl Vf. W^r4 vJth. a fpw cljances madj} 2$. Bc)K§b^ b,a4 ai)Qthef eii§y tyin bjy §2 ri)ns. Qasworks waj; West fyoT^Fk ' ? ' Dawn forfeited thetr. matoh against Kingston, ' The following matches are to bs played this afternoon :— St. Mary's v. Glenorbhy, Dawn v. Union Jack, Endeavour v. Kings ton, Bootmakers v. Ormonde. I predict wine for Glenorchy, Union Jack, En deavour, Bootmakers. The Junior, Association team picked against the seniors in not giving satisfac ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

CRMKE'T. The fifty-seoond North v. South cricket match was commenced on the Launceston erickot ground on Boxing Day. The home team went, in to bat first, but.--p}yjmt together the miserable score of '43.,; i Y&e only man to get into double figures 'wki Windsor, who carried out his bat for 19. The visitors did -not break the scoring board in their first essay,' and only put up : 191. lfnnnv Rum (9-)\ anil fihn.r'lia R&Htr (27) being the top aoorare, The Launceatonians then went in for., their seoond innings and when stumps were diawn for the day had 4 wickets down for 120. Play was continued on Wednesday when the, looal men carried the total to 275. This let the southerners the task of making 198 to win, but they only totted up 131, thus losing the match by 66 rang. Charlie Me Allen met with a nasty acci dent behind the wicket and had to retire, and Maoleod received ah jugly wound in the mouth, which necessitated hts depar ture for repairs. ': :

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Black Dingo CHAPTER V. BUNNYIP STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

Black Dingo [By J. J. Shebidan.] chafteb v. Buknyip Station. The Billy aadf Bluey at Heales villo is one of those single storey jerry-built pretensions that pervade rural Victoria. The host a rotund, individual a little under the medium ' height, with round face, round limbs, and abundantly round trunk, pre- ; sented a personality that conveyed the impression of an ease loving die- ' position such as would endeavour to roll through life with as little trouble to himself as possible. Men of this shape have instincts and love to hfian un the wherewithal for the good things of life; but there must not be too much exertion or real hard work required to attain their desires.' Dingo received an apt illustration of this fact when he arrived at the inn and enquired if hi* guide 1)&4 been obtained. Host Blinkifc assured him that no exertion had been spared in fact' be bad himself gone to the Aboriginal Station at great expense both of time and horseflesh, but could not prevail with t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

[1 123 LiVERP0Q||§|REET£8 I AroNowSh^^ jf| 1 TOVELTIES FOE THEjplSGKg B:SSES— THE NEWOT-^tilNES^if ?hOTTON AND FABj^'^TUPPS.:'^ I' tSS SUGDEN etd^ka oh&rge «f (bh» I s and Costume MUtajp^Jfilr JSalaiOtll I ' her value. I MILLINERY. I 9 have now opened this Department in ? .per manner, W«li*v«a I PLENDID STOCK.. ALL JJEW. I SPECIAL. I SS NOBLE flute of Messrs. Robertson I loffatt, of Melbourne), is in charge of ? branch, and we can eay that eh* is a ? irtiste in her profession. I aws& Williams, I 23 LIVERPOOL STREET. IfAME^ROBB, I IMPORTER, I Elizaheth-street. I st unpacked, ex Lufra, a Large I *tment of l.RIAGE, GIG, AND BUGGY ? LAMPS. I so manufacturing Saddles, all of I 'ASMANIAN LEATHER, I Any Pattern. I Massage. I REV. SILAS MEAD says:— ' I am ? 1 that my arm is getting stronger. I ? ou will get a largo number of patients H the benefit of your treatment.' ? REV. HUGH GJLMOEE :— ' I am H i say that I am much better. Thank ? )u very much, anil wishing you ? HON. JO...

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