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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Bathurst, New South Wales
Coroi Awe Australia foe australian s saturday. July 18, 1936 general news skin prices decline messes. Pitt. Son and bad in sired yesterday that sheepskins were a Ting at a far Hing to Halfpenny dearer. Hides were generally Par to 1 8d. Lower. With heavies at times showing a device. and yearlings res unchanged. Auction of lands a portion of the late or. C. R s estate 2t Campbell s River or town. As farm was yesterday offered for Sale at the Royal hotel at an auction conducted by mesh cd ments and Mccarthy. After fairly keen bid Cir the property wus passed in for private treaty the highest o3er being �5 5 an acre. Midwinter Novelty gala r3ut3v Onsri Ute scr Al cub is Ca Terrry for Revita ion holders to night. With a Fri her Nove to ci3. Tie principal Novelty is the mad Patter s Parade in which prizes Wili be award a for the Moet ridiculous hats. This wit by Suot in Entz i by Murrero a other novelties prices Are As usual. Buget Union the first space com Pecillo. Will of Accoti Rosed this set Moon a the shorts ground. At 2 o clock farm and sex of try Rte meet and at 3.15. Saints and ?3coc3ersngs clash. At the last meet ins of thess the Iris. wort .1302. Beth teams vol be at full strength and saints Sill stain have the assistance of. To ski in. Fre from Bis splendid displays with the state Xiv. A splendid game is promised. Bil l la weather bitter a incr condition prevailed in 33thurst be Mercay with 3 particularly cold wind blowing from the South West. Following a Chilly night. The maximum temperature of the Day was Only 50 Deeree and at 3 Oclock in the afternoon it was 13 de Grees above Zero in the 43 hours up to 9 . Yesterday 34 Points of rain had fallen an All District had been Well drenched. Last night was again cold and a dropping barometer indicated Tea the week end would prof Oahley be unsettled. Supplementary feeding perplexity at the failure of grazers 1 the Bathurst District to carry out supplementary feeding of sheep and lambs in Topping up. Particularly in relation to lambs in vex of the prices now being offered for them was expressed at yesterday s . Board meeting by the Stock inspector or. C. O. Umess the very heavy Sale Yard traffic of the passim months was nox wettin Back to Normal he stated. There appeared to be a heavy demand St present for fat sheep lambs securing particular attention. Cheer up with Stanley Lupino wednesday next at the City the atre one of Tho merriest musical mint Quak Che rup with Stanley Lupino and Sally Gray can Only be screened for three nights an the matinee Friday Delight d comedy fashioned in a popular Mould and dispensed by a team of Comet y favourites with Lupino Lead ing the laughs. The second fighting youth with Charles Farrell. Jun Mattel. Andy Devine in the Universal master piece of a thrilling football r manc. Weather affects Stock severe frosts continue to affect Pas Tures detrimentally and Stock is be ing Cut up considerably by the cold conditions. Reported or. C. O. Pur less. Stock inspector to yesterday s meeting of the Bathurst . Board. The seasonal conditions were How Ever very favourable to agriculture and the water Supply would be adequate for Many months. Ample feed and it try flour of full Najr the travelling Stock routes to meet the requirements of Normal traffic Black disease had been particularly prevalent this mid Winter while Worms in sheep had been troublesome. Owners appeared to control these pests better than hither to. However and generally speaking sheep in the District were surviving the Winter Well. Matinees saturday & tuesday 2.30 i Captain Marryatt i i world popular adventure Romance. Alive with = action rollicking choruses. Terrific adventure i on land and sea i midshipman easy 1 g successor to treasure Island with it Givie Green new sensational juvenile Star i in conjunction with i Bunker bean 1 Owen Davis Jar. Louise Latimer in the most sensational drama i i thrills Romance suspense go i wednesday next i 1 Stanley Lupino Sally Gray in of cheer up 1 also i i fighting youth a 1 Charles Farrell _. St 9 ambulance Case a Young boy named Strachan of 228 Peel Street was taken to the District Hospital by the ambulance for medical attention. £5 euchre party tonight the St. Benedict s big euchre party will take place in the Bathurst Hall tonight when Good prizes to the value of �5 we be Given. All card play ers should not miss this big tournament tonight. Charleston team Hie Floc raring will represent Char j lesions h. On sunday at Neville. Players will meet at club rooms at 9 . Diary. R. Carter. K. Fox a t. Isab cried. H. Hexter j. Kennedy l. Tor Jan s. Arrow. E. Youins. D. Smith m Cole. E. Bur Gess. J. Ison. Reserves j. Young. H. Maiier. Football at Newbridge the local St. Patrick s old boys club will play the Newto Ricile team 1 social match at be oxbridge Tomor Row sunday and a Good exhibition 3f the game should result. The Newbridge Side under the capable control of its Mentor. Or Bob Shank land. Is in Fine form and have a Good record on this season s football. Doubtless As the current football mat Ches Are not taking place in Bath just today a Greet number of Kcal fans will be in attendance. Linesman injured while walking along the permanent Way Between Raglan and Brex Ongle yesterday. H. Cooke. Of 338 Lambert Street a 1jr.es than attached to the Telegraph department to Zippai Over a railway Sleeper and fell on to rough rubble at the Side of the line. He suffered a severe laceration to the lower portion of his right leg and required medical attention. He was brought to Bathurst by the District ambulance and. After treatment at a local sur Gery. Was taken to the District hos Pital. Rabbits never scarcer i have never seen rabbits As scarce As at present in the . Area of Bathurst. Although there is room for More Harbor destruction reported the Rabb to inspector. Or. D. N. Steele to yesterday s meeting of the . Board. As the prices ruling for skins will help in the Cost of this work it therefore will create any hardship to enforce it on the better country. His work should be car ried out during the present Winter months added or. Steele. The Stock inspector or. C. O. Fumes expressed the opinion that rabbits were now scarcer in the District than they had been for is years. Captain Romance commencing fonday at the matinee at the City theatre Captain marry att s world popular adventure to midshipman easy successor to treasure Island which can to for three nights. The new sensational Juvenil. Star Hughie Green of the variety and radio Fame heating a big cast. Terrific adventures in 1 Ltd and sea. Aliv with action. The picture the whole world will Hail with Delight. The second big special Bunker bean with of n Davis. A crisis Lati mtr in one of the greatest of All sensational dramas with thrills galore adventure and Roar since. Diggers Ball the diggers Ball this year promises to be bigger and better than Ever before. By the Courtesy of mrs. M. J Gunther the Royal hotel orchestra will be in attendance while Monty s famous orchestra will Cater for the old time dancers. Numerous sets have been arranged while the individual costumes already divulged indicate that the scene should be particularly Brilliant. Visitors from As far West As Dubbo Are coming and the Consul general for Belgium and his wife have accepted an invitation to be present. Other consular representatives Are expected so that the All nations Ball should linger Long in the memory of Bathurst s Dan ii g fraternity. Mirr Dong sold Mirri Dorg. Cudal. Comprising 7,705 acres Freehold has been purchased by the c. H. J. Schmidt interests from the executors of the late c. M. Smith and mrs. C. M. Smith. The Sale was effected by Winch come Carson ii Sydney. Originally portion of Boree Nabonne s action. Mirr Dong has been in the hands of the Smith family for about 80 years. The hold ing embraces some of the richest Bas Alt and Limestone country in the state j is eminently adapted for the Breeding and pasturing of All types of Stock and includes Large areas suitable for Lucerne production and general Agri culture. The sheep on Mirr Dong Are of particularly High Standard Bas ing on the original Gamb Oola flock established 100 years ago. These sheep will be offered for Sale. Dried Frits act declared invalid privy Council s important ruling Commonwealth marketing legislation upset Sydney Friday. The privy Council in a reserved judgment to Day upheld the by Cal of Frederick Alexander James fruit merchant of sooth. Australia against the Commonwealth government and declared the dried fruits act 1928-35 invalid. This decision affects the Validity of the whole of the marketing legislation soft Australia. 1 their lordships held that Section 92 of the Commonwealth Constitution bound the Commonwealth As Well As the states. Tiey expressed regret that they had found it necessary to Reserve the decisions of the High court but add edit Section 92 of the Constitution embodies the will of the people expressed according to Section 128, which provides Tor the holding of a referendum the facts in the Case were that James who. In South Australia carried on the business of Selling dried fruits interstate brought an action against the Commonwealth for the purpose of having the Commonwealth dried fruits act 1928-35 declared invalid As being inconsistent with Section 92 of the Commonwealth Constitution which he claimed bound he Commonwealth As Frell As the states. The High court held that Section 92 of the Constitution did not bind the Commonwealth and that rulings to that effect in a previous decision of the High court should be followed. Subsequently James was granted leave to Appeal to to the privy Council against this decision. Examining the language of the Constitution in order to ascertain its True constructions their honors said the firs question was what was meant by absolutely free in Section 92. Ine word free in itself was vague and in i determinate they therefore had j to take the color from its context and compare for instance its use in free speech. Free love and free Trade 1 free speech did not mean free j speech but it meant speech hedged to j by Laws free love on the contrary meant License and 15tctiaage, though there were limits based on Public dec ency. Free Trade meant any Ordinary Trade with Freedom from Tariff. The word free in Section 92 could not be limited to Freedom in the last mentioned sense. It was Clear that More was included in the term there might be different and. Perhaps a More dras tic Way of interfering with Freedom As by restriction or partial or Complete prohibition of passing into or out of a state. Their lordships Sai that Freedom in Section 92 must somehow be limited. And the Only limitation that emerged from its context was the Freedom at what was the crucial Point in interstate Trade namely at the state Barrier. Their lordships said they were of the opinion that Section 92 bound the Commonwealth and it seemed to Fol Low necessarily that the r e t fruit act must be held invalid. The result was that the Oom Monteath should be held to Hare failed in its attempt by the method adopted under the dried fruits act to control prices and establish a marketing by an. Even if the government was Satis fied that such a policy was in the Best interests of the australian j people. Such a result they said could not fail to cause regrets but these in conveniences were Likely to emanate from any written Constitution. Their lordships expressed regret that i was necessary to reverse the decision of the High court but they added that they had the Consolation of knowing that they were giving effect to the declare opinion of three of the fit judges who sat on the Case while they too seemed to indicate their individual opinions tended the same Way though they too thought. They should follow the previous Deci Sion. Flying University a a victorian suggestion mkt Bourne Friday. Australian air lines which Are announcing increased schedules Al most every week have difficulty in finding pilots an 3 capt in Ivan Holyman suggested to Day that the Federal government should subsidise a civil flying University there was no Lack of Young men Arf pious to Tak up a flying career if they could get training at a reason Able rate said Captain Holyman. Air executives declared that the problem has now become acute Ani May hold up Australia s air develop ment especially in fast night mail services. Captain Holyman said it would Cost his company �400 to train a Man up to the b licence stage. Special race forecast j it lowing is the special race Day forecast issued for the metropolitan area to Day mostly Fine with scattered Cloud and showers. Cool to cold generally in the morning and at night. Freshening to squally West to South Westerly winds. Latest forecast . A scatter Cloud and show ers along the Eso them Bonier and along the slopes extending to places in the coast. Some Snow on the Sou Thern tablelands. Mostly Fine West of the slopes. Cool to cold generally with West to southerly winds. Freshening to Strong nah Soi by winds on the Highlands and coast with moderate seas and patches of rough swell. Central division Fope Cost scattered showers about the dopes and tablelands. Becoming Fine generally. Cloudy and showery in the week end. Some Snow on the Blue mountains. The King incident was protest attacker in court assassination not graphic stories of heroism London. Thursday. Out of the Man of conflicting re Orts which at first followed the sensational incident at Hyde Park Corner yesterday when a loaded revolver fell on the Roadway near his majesty the King has come a Story of regal bravery and of hero ism on the part of a to Oman subject i Mun subject and his maj esty s mounted guard. It is a Story mat Wui live i or Long m Ioc Mem Ory of the hundreds who were act Ual Eye witnesses and in the Mem Ory of the Many thousands who though they did not see its were near enough to appreciate. The whole tenseness iof the incident As it occurred. Jerome Bannigan -35who was arrested stated on the Way to the near est police station that he had a grievance against the government but that he had had no intention of injuring the King. He was charged. At Bow Street police court with unlawful pos session of a firearm and was remanded in custody for eight Days. Through his counsel Bannigan strenuously denied published implications that he had attempted to assassinate the Kins the name of the arrested Man was originally Given As George Robert Mcmahon. But it was subsequently found to be Bannigan. He was bom at co offs ten. County of Tyrone Ireland. His parents Are new living in Goven District. Glasgow and both Are nearly 80 years of age s father said i have not seen Jerome Tor nearly ten years another son is a Catholic priest in Dublin. Describing the affair newspapers Tate that there was a Flash through he air and a shining object fell at he feet of the King s horse. A terrific struggle broke out in the Towd while straight to the spot gal oped a mounted policeman who leapt rom the Saddle into the Seething mass my caught hold of a Man. Meanwhile. Another mounted police Nan and galloped from the other Side of the Road and. Jumping Down picked up the shining object just behind the King. It was a Nickel plated revolver. The hubbub in the crowd became intense women shouted and shrieked and there were angry cries of let s get at him hold him. Don t let him go eventually a Bare Healea Man Pale and trembling was run from the Back of the arc ted. Securely held by a Spe Cial ccil5lau.e i iii a later the King sat his horse for 20 minutes apparently unperturbed re Newing his guards. Than he drove to Combes Hill for a round of Golf. Woman heroine the identity of the heroine who is said to have knocked the revolver from the Man s hand has not yet been revealed. She is a Middle aged woman and was dressed in a Grey coat and hat. While several accounts credit the woman with Dis possessing Bannigan sol his , in ? daily mail says that he is or. Anthony Gordon Dick 36a commercial traveller for a firm of French polishers and a strongly built sex naval Stoker. He was Able to give polite a graphic account of the incident. Queen Mary was among the first to congratulate her son in his Safe return. Messages expressing gratitude that the King had not suffered injury in the incident were received from All parts of the Empire and from the Heads of Many foreign governments including those of Germany Italy _v-c4v iii Ijiri Yiuzi. I. Message came also from the Vatican. Incidentally the King s horse. Be Ola who was favorite at 6 to 4, won file Midsummer stakes at Newmarket just after news of lie London Inci Dent had reached the racecourse leading to a great display of affection for his majesty. Later Jerome Bannigan 35a journalism until recently editor a. The hts Man Gazette was charged at Bow Streac. With having been in unlawful Possession of a firearm with intent to endanger Hie. Of medium height partly Bald wearing a Brown suit and s Blue shirt without a Collar Bannigan limped into the Dock. He trembled As he rit Tood shifting rom one foot to the other at the same time drumming on the Side of the Dock with his fingers. Detective in re ctr Sands after giving formal evidence of arrest asked for a remand for eight Days. He declared that while the accused was Teing taken in a car to Cannon Row police station he said it is All the fault of sir John Simon the Home Secretary. I wrote to him last night Aid phoned him this morn ing later at the police Saigon he asked anxiously the King waa to Hurt in any Way was he adding i did not want to Hurt him at ail. I Only did this As a protest inspector Sands added that the re Volver had been loaded with Ball am munition in four Chambers but was not loaded in the chamber giving immediate Access to the barrel. The inspector said he wag. Also handed two other rounds of live of my motion a pos Cara portrait of the King in a Black bordered envelope and a copy of a morning newspaper on which was written in Pencil May i love you. On being formally c Large at the police station added inspector a aids Bannigan asked to see a solicitor who was now present in court. Hie solicitor thereupon asked the inspector you say the revolver was leaded in four Chambers but there was no evidence that the weapon had been fired inspector bands said that was so adding that apparently the revolver had not been fired for a considerable time. Tile magistrate sir Rollo Campbell remanded the accused for eight Days without bail adding i think we ought to have a medical report the solicitor then said in View of press reports the prisoner wishes to say that there Wias no attempt at assassination and that he had no intention of assassinating the King the crowd outside the court jeered As Bannigan was driven away. Feeling references to the incident involving the King were later made in the House of commons. One published statement is that Bannigan had a grievance against the police and had written Many letters of complaint to Scotland Yard. Neighbors describe Bannigan As having a pleasant manner and de voted to his wife an idealist and a Champion of lost causes. His wife subsequently flatly Refus Chi to be interviewed by pressmen.w5th characteristic formality the court circular does not mention the revolver incident. It describes the King s movements in a simple sentence at the conclusion of the ceremony the wiry Rode Back to the Palace at the head of his troops Tjie regiments 1�i-ast his majesty outside the Palace Warlock unrest in China troops on the March Hong Kong thursday the probability of Large scale fight ing Between banking and Canton troops is increasing. The northerners Are now wet Kiln 100 Miles of Canton where a panic is feared. Foreigners in the City Are seeking shelter in the concessions. Mission Aries from the Interior report fever ish military activity and Many Are reported to have arrived m Canton from Japan where the authorities Are hastily assembling three lines of trenches and gun emplacements Are being prepared. Trains packed with volunteers Are leaving Canton. Assassinated former austrian Deputy traitor. Your Are to die Bucharest thursday. Shouting traitor you Are to die. Eight storm troopers of the Iron guard broke into the surgical Ward of the Hospital where m. Stelsscu. A former Deputy and founder of the crusaders league had just undergone an opera Tor appendicitis and murdered him. Some of the eight riddled m. Stelescu with 28 revolver bullets while the others kept the staff off at the re Volver Point. Thirty other stormtroopers waited for them in the Street and cheered when told that the execution had been carried out. The eight then marched to the police station and surrendered. M. Telescu was originally prominent in the Iron guard but left it after the assassination of the Premier m Duca in 15b3, Sod formed his own fascist movement. He was then placed on the Iron guard s death list he had been closely guarded by his followers but the precautions were relaxed when he went into Hospital mandates return to germans British government s policy London thursday. Questions As prot Ceu were uni ted to the prime minister or. Baldwin in the commons today re Garding the government s policy on j mandates especially the return of mandates to Germany in Africa. Regarding the reported statements of the South african minister of de Fence or. Piro Wor Baldwin was asked whether the government in it with him Durins his recent visit to England officially Dis cussed the question of Germany s claim to territories in Africa and 1 whether they gave him any reason to believe that the putting Forward of such claims would be sympathetically entertained by the British government. Imp Baldwin replied that he thought the question was based on a mis apprehension. So far As the attitude of the Bri Tish government was concerned he had nothing to add to previous state ments made in the House 011 this subject. As to whether the government had Given or. Prox any reason to be Lieve that the putting Forward of Germany s claims would be sym pathetically entertained the answer was in the negative. Germany and Cape references to kinship Hamburg thursday. We gladly acknowledge that the a Cush african and German Peoples Are closely related and that German collaboration has played and still plays an important part in building up South Africa said or. Gie South african minister to Germany at the launching of a new German liner to ply from the oof Clinent to the Caps. He added that it would be against nature if South Africa and Germany did not Exchange goods to a Large extent. Governor general s message Canberra fuday. Governor general lord Gow be to Day sent the following Cable to the King a ? your majesty s government and subjects in the Commonwealth of Australia have received with feelings of consternation the news of Ttoe at tempted attack upon your majesty yesterday and hasten to express their intense gratification that your majesty ?25 spa Chi an j injury to night at 7.45. A matinee to Day 2j5 \ to those who / arb Young i and in love., j \ and to those who have j j been in love. Eugene i i o Neill s great Gnu Wutt \ drama is dedicated i \ . Meeting j j Firtl love and i i \ win pm maj Clarence a Mem Brown s u production a l a Star ring j Wallace jail b i y with Lionel Barrymore we Arne Moc Mohon in a Tir Undin Etc Flo porker. Spring Byl Fagton j a pyx Sci us we a specially selected supporting shorts our gang comedy the Pinch Singer musical revue in color la fiesta de Santa Barbara oddity air hoppers coloured silly symphony the Wise Little Hen Fox Aust. News reel showing Victor Jory s arrival Aust. Olympic team arrives in Berlin Crawford v. Allison in Davis cup victorian grand National steeplechase at the matinee Only the first chapter of the new serial the great air mystery starring tailspin Tommy the olympiad teams in training elaborate world broadcast Berlin. Thursday. The australian olympic athletes i Art not yet really Happy in training i is several Are complaining More or less of leg soreness. Miss Doris Carter after Clearing 5ft several times with her leg Bun aged decided not to train for three or four Days. Metcalfe and Dickinson Are doing Light work. Backhouse who is by tend mess of Muscles has begun a new schedule. He is determine to become perfectly fit. Miss Evelyn de Lacey the free style swimmer. Is pleased with her 100 metres in min. 10 4-5. Sees. The cyclists Are Busy assembling Tarsir machines. The girl competitors Are surprised at the magnificent physique of the German girl olympians who obviously have great stamina and strength. German meteorologists with a reputation for accuracy of their fore casts predict Fine weather for the games although at present conditions Are not propitious. Further arrangements or Broad casting the olympian events to important countries in their own languages include More than 200 relay stations in North America operated from one Contact switchboard. From which 40 noun crits will be served. The olympic committee is preparing phonetic pronunciations of competitors Mes in 50 different languages Sci enable Correct pronunciations to be broadcast. Compromise suggested by Britain Locarno difficulty London thursday. It is understood that the British Cabinet at to Day s meeting evolve a Compromise in an attempt to Over cd die the deadlock concerning the meeting of Locarno Powers. Italy declines to attend. Unless ger Many is invited. Hie French want an immediate meeting of France Belgium and Britain. By British feel it is Best far these three to set the machinery working for a five Power conference and at a general european settlement. The diplomatic correspondent of the times says that Britain Aims at preventing a repetition of the calamity of the grea4 War by eliminating the division of Europe into opposing Camps. Thus the great taste ahead in clude a new understanding across the Rhine and consolidation of pfc or Hitler s far reaching Ossice plan. M a leading article tie times says that the Cabinet s decision so cult give an impetus to european negotiations musing Taisir progressive widening until the embrace All of Herr Hitler s Points. From that stepping Stone it should be easier to reach a discussion of Europe s unsettled. Problems. The Dardanelles an agreement beached numb adv the we Trews Golf Renoe finally agreed today on the Bitett off. A con rent Jon for the the correspondent of the he Piej takes. F40 a signed on monday at the historic Castle of pm. Welch Byron immortalised. ,16 a a the conference accused to the Turkian. Demand theat Thrisey should Jugin air. Re fortifying the coastal areas and stands. Guard my the bosporus anti the. Darda. Ne2es. Yaj ? ? ? convention will be left open for signature of Italy and others. Dub Bowins Astley cup yesterday s finals the Astley cup Competition be tween the Orange and Bathurst High schools was concluded yesterday or Ange winning by 62 paints to 28. The Tennis matches had to be abandoned owing to the courts being soaked and unplayable. The hockey match playe on the show ground was perhaps one of the most evenly contested games held inthe Competition the scores being one All until late in the second half. Whin Wonge netted the deciding goal. For Bathurst Hazel Cripps Leah Gordon Jean Swanson and Pat Campbell played solidly both in de Fence and attack. The scorers were Orange. E. Mace and j. Moore while p. Campbell netted far Bathurst. Tile visitors left yesterday after noon by the passenger train for or Ange. The cup this year finds a new Home m the Dubbo High school Bathurst the holders failing to make up the leeway Between the two Tal lies. Bankrupt s admissions / cannot read or write but can count Money Sydney Friday. William Walter Elliott today told the registrar in bankruptcy so r. Keaney that he could not read beyond distinguishing the letters of the alphabet and could not. Write beyond signing his trame. He could count Money. When he iwas a wharf labourer he relied upon fellow workers to Tell him the amount of wages to which he was entitled. His estate was Sequest rated on october la 1835. In May., 1333, he tendered for the lease of a loll Oolooloo hotel. He had no capital but a brewery Finan ced him. His father in Law kept the books. He worked in the bar. Elliott him self had no knowledge of takings purchases or profits. In May 1334, he entered the Cen Tennial hotel Newt Aile. The registrar warned Elliott of the result of prevarication or evasion. Wien he went to Newcastle Elliott said that he put into the Wool Loo Moolood business a manager who had been a customer but wild knew no thing about about a year ago he Bon owed Money to go into a wine Aloon at Purmont his taking were about �14 a week. He kept no books and had no Bank a court. Fred Perry to go on world tour Lontin . The news chronicle states that p. J. Pony after the Davis cup final will tour the world for Nino months ? he will visit the . For the championships there then Honolulu new zealand. Australia a dutch Hast indies Japan and China. He will then return Home. Personal a motion of sympathy with the rela Tives of the late or. A. J. To Donald a prominent Grazier in the westen1 Distri Wjt was passed at yesterday s Nielens of the Bathurst Board on the Moon of the president or. S. Will Lams. Members of the Board stood in silence
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