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The Crown Prince's army still retires and has been detached fiom the Crown Prince of Wurtemberg's army in Lorraine, 1 In* Germans have been showing a little activity, lately, but all their attacks have been driven back. New York, Sept. 23. The German right wing has receded and their left wing in Lor raine has advanced. The German centre attempted an offensive move ment hut was repulsed. Famishea mobs are being shot down in Berlin. The Vienna shops are being looted. Guardian, Nassassau Miami, Fla., 23rd. Two German submarines were sunk after sinking three British cruisers. A Dutch steamer rescued many English survivors. British women headed by Queen Mary are making socks and belts for soldiers. Sunday's and Monday's battles are said to be deadly to the Germans, one entire regiment being reported wiped out. The German loss is placed at Seventy thousand Austria is said to be preparing to invade Italy. Five thousand Italians are said t" he leaving Lyons for unknown destination. 1 he Canadian Government has Supplied two hundred guns to the British forces in the field. September a^rd 1914. London:—It is officially confirmed that the British cruisers Aboukir, Hoj,'ue and Cressy were sunk by German submarines in the North Sea. It is estimated that 700 out of the crews of 2100 were saved. I he ^Aboukir was sunk first and when the other two cruiseis went to the assistance of the drowning they too were attacked. Paris;— The Germans are or the offensive all along the line, but unappreciablv so. Berlin :—The Allies attacks are diminishing and the German of fen sive movement is Stronger, They have taken the heights of Croyne. Rome: — Austria is giving every sign of their # i ntention to invade Italy. Italy is amassing an army on the frontier. Petrogiad: I'h Rusniags are bonibaiding Kremsil, tiny have also shuttered .3 Jaoslav dirts. Septemlier 13rd 1914. Official announcement is made from Pari that there is no change in the bitlle situation. The Temps military review declaies that German resistance is weakening in the Oise-M* use battles, but that the fight may last for | three or four days longer Prince George of Servia has again hei n wourlded, receiving a rifle bullei through the body. Russian troops occupy the fortified position of Jaiaslov, an impor tant railroad centre, 16 miles from Przemysl. The Russians are following up their successes in Galicia andaie about to begin a third great bat'le. They have surrounded Koenigsburg and expect to attack soon. Two German submarines were sunk in the North Sea after they had attacked and sunk three British cruisers. The Dutch steamer Titon rescued many of the British survivors. The French fleet is reported to be bombarding Cataro, an Austrian seaport. The Servians report another victory over the Austrians near Kroupan They now feel that they can proceed with the Bosnia invasion. General Botha is to take supreme command of the Union of South Africa forces in operation aagaintt the Germans in Southwest Africa. The Ha,ohure^merican Liner Speedwell is reported captured in the North Atlantic by a Bnich cruiser Fhe was fitted out as an armoured cruiser. The Pope has asked for a report on the destruction of the Cathedral at Rheims. Many refugees, euc ui raged by the good reports on the progress of the war, have leturned to Paris. British women have been appeal, ed to supply the British forces with belts and socks. Queen Mary has promised to do her part. The battles of Sunday and Monday are* said to have been deadly for the Germans, who are said to have bepn sacrificed without apparent cause, their losses are placed at 70,000. Austria is said to be preparing to invade Italy. 5,000 Italians are said to be leaving Lyons for a destination unknown. The British government denies speeches attributed to certain statesmen. The Canadian government will supply 200 guns to the British forces in the field. The Marconi Wireless Company is preparing to sue the United States government todeterniine if it has the right to Close the Companies Stations for Dot observing military neutrality BAHAMAS VOLUNTEERS FOR. THE WAR. A meeting will be held oil Wednesday night in the Good Samaritan's Mall, Nassau Court, at 8 o'clock. The speakers will be, Chas. O. Anderson, Esq., M.L.A. Ernest L. Bowen, Esq., M. L. A George Weech, Esq., ML L. A. W. E. S. Callender, Esq., Barrister-at law A meeting will also be held on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in St. Agnes School room, Grants Town. His Lordship the Bishop will ake the chair, and the Rev. H. W. Weigall, M. A., G. M. Cole, Esq M. L. A. and S. A. Dillet, Esq., will be speakers. Notice of the meeting at Fox Hill will be given later on. THE INCORPORATED CHAMBKR OF COMMERCE OF LIVERPOOL B 10 Exchanged Buildings, Liverpool 9th September, 1914. f"ir, I have to inform you that a Special Meeting of the Incorporated Chamber of Commerce of Liver pool (President, the Earl of Derhv, G. C, V. (),—Chaiiman H. D Bateson, EM}.) was held to Oay, when was unanrnously. RKSOLVED: that the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce desire to place on record their deep sense of admiration and gintittidt-fur the magnifice'tt rally made by tho Colonies 10 the aide of the M • ther Country in this time of trial lor the whole British Empire They desire especially to stale that the splendid contiibulinns the Colonies are giving to England in men and material are appreciaie-i warmly by the business communi ty, not only of the City of Liver pool, but throughout the whole of the United Kingdom. I am to say it 1* Imped that you will send a copy of this resolution to your Pi ess. I am, Sir, Yours faithlu'ly, (Sg/ A. H. MIL MR. Secretary. The Colonial Secretary, Bahama Islands. —:o:— INDIAS SHARE. 70.000 TROOPS ALREADY SENT TO HELP A Router's Simla telegram says the Vicerory announced in I Council yesterday that India is contributing one million sterling towards the cost of tincon tin gent for the war, besides applying the Maharaja of Mysore's yift ol fifty lakhs of rupees to the cost of transports. The text of the passage in Lord Hardinge's speech dealing with the despatch of troops from war is M India to tffe leal ol follows.'—B It is no longer asectetthat In. dia has already despatehrd two splendid divisions of uSIntry to Europe and one cavalry brigade, while three more Cavalry brigades will follow immediately, That we have been in a position to send over 70,000 combatants to fight for the Fmpire across the seas in a source of pride and satisfaction to India as a whole.and with the knowledge that practically all the ruling chiefs have placed their military forces and resources of their States at the disposal of the Government it is clear thatwe arenot at the end of our military resources. Among the chiefs selected C rompanying the Expeditionary Force are :—The Maharaja Sir Pertab Singh, Maharajas of Bi kanir, Patiala, Rutlaw, Kishengarh, and Jodpur, Nawabs of jailra, Sachi.i, and Bhopal, and also the Malik Umar llayat. —The Liverpool Echo, C0C0ANUTS BAHAMA ISLANDS of la:)d with fttllsk bearing trees to prove its valoSjInd ob •T is now possible for owners tre tain rents. For further particulars Apply to J. THEO. FARRINGTOM Nassau, N. P. Agent for Bahamas Produce Marketing Company 139 CPthall House ('opthall Avenue 3 Mo. London, E. C. T HE Scholars of Wesley Sunday School assisted by their Friends will give an Entertainment on Wednesday next, 23rd inst. in the School Room to commence at 7.45 p.m. Admission 6d. & is. US LOST A LADY'S Silver Watch on Marlborough, between George and West Streets.— Finder will be rewarded. Return to Tribune (ijfcettsland -Mi'i 1 For Result Advertise in The Tribune



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Nulllua addlrtui |urewe if\ vcrba magletrl. Being bound to iwer to the Dogmae if no Master. VOL.X. NMIBU, N. P.. Bfthnnm, Wednesday. September 23.1914 No. 223 3 P > 9 or 0) c+ CD a sr o (D (0 * L. OIUSKKT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICB: 88-44 MARKKT 8TKF.RT Nassau, .V. P Bahamas P. O. BOX 13 PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy d Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdaysingle copy id Weekly ... .: 4 Jd Monthly ... is. 4cl Quarterly ... .. 4s. flail Yearly 8 s. Yearly 1 6s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE ^yrrtising Rates :— Six jience per line "; first insertion; three pence pat line KOnd insertion ; anil one penny per he for subsquent insertions. Advertisements under eight lines 4s. Publication began at 6.15 p.m. Be of Good Cheer While we await newe that will make future history, let ua remember proudly, but without vainglory, England'* record on Five Continents and on the Seven Seaa. In the months of Auguat and September. SEPTEMBER Sept. 23.—Mahrattas conquered by Mr Aiiliur Wellesley ut Assaye 1803. N. B.—Plant Peas. Telephone. —:o:— A large num'er of men presented themselves at the meeting held last night m St Matthews schooljgjpm -in fact ihe ICKIIB was full. •fOn mniion of Mr. I nle seconded % Mi, D'llet, the Rev. W. S. Lovell took he chair. Enthusiastic and Patriotic speeches wets nixie b\ Rev, W, S Lnvell Mr. John hutletpMr. \V. A. Mather Mr. S. A. Dillet, and Mr. Geo. M. Cole. Mr. Coles speech was highly in. teresting being a historical review of British prowess. Ashore and \floal from the eaihest to the premt times. Notice T HE Public Meeting advertised to take place in the Good Samaritan's Hall tonight will be held in the Boy's Central School, Nassau Court. The Offer o(,the assistance of the Boy Scoot! in collecting subscript ions for the War Relief Fund made by the Hon. \V. Hart Bennett, C. M. G., President of the Bahamas Boy Scouts Association has been accepted by the Sub-Committee appointed to arrange lor col led ions for the Fund, who have decided on next Saturday September 26th as "Boy Scouts Day." On th.it Day the Scouts of the Bahamas 1st, 2nd and 31 d Troops, in uniform but armed with nothing more formidable than anAuthoriz ed Collecting Card, will, we are in formed solict subscriptions, no matter of what nature or how small they may be, towards the contribution,still growing, that the Bahamas are making lo the Mother country. Each Scout will turn in to his Scout master the amount collected with his collecting card, and these will be pj>sed on to the Sub-Committee. In order to stimulate a sturdy and useful spirit of emulation among the Scouts it has been determined to reward, with a destinctive Badge to be worn on the sleeve, that Scout in each Troop who col lects not neccessarily the largest sum but from tlie greatest number of subscribers. We hope that all those employing Boy Scouts will endeavour to giva them a holiday on Saturday and we have nodoubt that tin ir appeal *in this worthy cause will meet with a ready re BpOMOtt —-:o: — The Mail Steamer "Seguranca" steamed for Guantanamo this (oreoon. The Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" arrived from Cienfuegos early this afternoon. Latest War News RADIOGRAMS. OFFICIAL 23 September 1914. London, 22nd Governor, Bahamas, September 22nd, following from Press Bureau: His Majesty's Ships Aboukir, Hogue and Cressy have been sunk by submarines in the North Sea. Aboukir was torpedoed first and the Hogue and Cressy were torpedoed while standing by to save her crew. A'Considerable number were saved. All three were sister ships, armored cruisers of comparatively old tvpe, built 14 years ago, 12000 tons, 18 knots speed. (Signed) HARCOURT. PICKED UP Paris official announcement says that the Germans were more active generally yesterdav along certain parts of the fighting line than previously. The London official press bureau announces that the British cruisers Aboukir, Hogue and Cressy have been sunk by German submarines in the North Sea. Amsterdam:—It is announced in Berlin that General Steinmetz, division artillery commander, was killed in France on September 15th. Special to the Nassau Guardian New York, Sept, 33 The British cruisers Cressy Hogue and Aboukir have been sunk in the North Sea by German submarines. Part of the crew were saved. The cruisers were 12,000 tons and carried two 9. 3 inch, twelve6 inch guns and twelve is pounders. The position in France stnws no change Both sides arc so strongly ent r enched that it is impossible to say when a decisive result will be effected. i ^s


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Nulllua addlrtui |urewe if\ vcrba magletrl.
Being bound to iwer to the Dogmae if no Master.
VOL.X.
Nmibu, N. P.. Bfthnnm, Wednesday. September 23.1914
No. 223
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Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICB: 88-44 MARKKT 8TKF.RT
Nassau, .V. P, Bahamas
P. O. BOX 13
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PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... d
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday-
single copy ......... id
Weekly ... .:....... 4Jd
Monthly......... ... is. 4cl
Quarterly ... ..... .. 4s.
flail Yearly............8s.
Yearly ............16s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
^yrrtising Rates : Six jience per line
"; first insertion; three pence pat line
KOnd insertion ; anil one penny per
he for subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.
Publication began at 6.15 p.m.
Be of Good Cheer
While we await newe that will
make future history, let ua remem-
ber proudly, but without vain-
glory, England'* record on Five
Continents and on the Seven Seaa.
In the months of Auguat and Sep-
tember.
SEPTEMBER
Sept. 23.Mahrattas conquered
by Mr Aiiliur Wellesley ut Assaye
1803.
N. B.Plant Peas. Tele-
phone.
:o:
A large num'er of men present-
ed themselves at the meeting held
last night m St Matthews school-
jgjpm -in fact ihe ickiiB was full.
fOn mniion of Mr. I nle seconded
% Mi, D'llet, the Rev. W. S.
Lovell took he chair.
Enthusiastic and Patriotic speech-
es wets nixie b\ Rev, W, S Lnvell
Mr. John hutletpMr. \V. A. Mather
Mr. S. A. Dillet, and Mr. Geo. M.
Cole.
Mr. Coles speech was highly in.
teresting being a historical review
of British prowess. Ashore and
\floal from the eaihest to the pre-
mt times.
Notice
THE Public Meeting adver-
tised to take place in the
Good Samaritan's Hall tonight
will be held in the Boy's Cen-
tral School, Nassau Court.
The Offer o(,the assistance of the
Boy Scoot! in collecting sub-
script ions for the War Relief Fund
made by the Hon. \V. Hart Ben-
nett, C. M. G., President of the
Bahamas Boy Scouts Association
has been accepted by the Sub-Com-
mittee appointed to arrange lor
col led ions for the Fund, who have
decided on next Saturday Septem-
ber 26th as "Boy Scouts Day." On
th.it Day the Scouts of the Baha-
mas 1st, 2nd and 31 d Troops, in
uniform but armed with nothing
more formidable than anAuthoriz
ed Collecting Card, will, we are in
formed solict subscriptions, no
matter of what nature or how
small they may be, towards the
contribution,still growing, that the
Bahamas are making lo the Mother
country. Each Scout will turn in
to his Scout master the amount
collected with his collecting card,
and these will be pj>sed on to the
Sub-Committee.
In order to stimulate a sturdy and
useful spirit of emulation among
the Scouts it has been determined
to reward, with a destinctive
Badge to be worn on the sleeve,
that Scout in each Troop who col
lects not neccessarily the largest
sum but from tlie greatest number
of subscribers. We hope that all
those employing Boy Scouts will
endeavour to giva them a holiday
on Saturday and we have nodoubt
that tin ir appeal *in this worthy
cause will meet with a ready re
BpOMOtt
-:o:
The Mail Steamer "Seguranca"
steamed for Guantanamo this (ore-
oon.
The Mail Steamer "Vigilancia"
arrived from Cienfuegos early this
afternoon.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS.
OFFICIAL
23 September 1914.
London, 22nd
Governor,
Bahamas,
September 22nd, following from
Press Bureau: His Majesty's Ships
Aboukir, Hogue and Cressy have
been sunk by submarines in the
North Sea. Aboukir was torpedoed
first and the Hogue and Cressy
were torpedoed while standing by
to save her crew.
A'Considerable number were
saved. All three were sister ships,
armored cruisers of comparatively
old tvpe, built 14 years ago, 12000
tons, 18 knots speed.
(Signed) ____
HARCOURT.
PICKED UP
Paris official announcement says
that the Germans were more active
generally yesterdav along certain
parts of the fighting line than pre-
viously.
The London official press bureau
announces that the British cruisers
Aboukir, Hogue and Cressy have
been sunk by German submarines
in the North Sea.
Amsterdam:It is announced in
Berlin that General Steinmetz, di-
vision artillery commander, was
killed in France on September 15th.
Special to the Nassau Guardian
New York, Sept, 33
The British cruisers Cressy
Hogue and Aboukir have been sunk
in the North Sea by German sub-
marines. Part of the crew were
saved.
The cruisers were 12,000 tons
and carried two 9. 3 inch, twelve6
inch guns and twelve is pounders.
The position in France stnws no
change Both sides arc so strongly
entrenched that it is impossible to
say when a decisive result will be
effected.
i
^s


The Crown Prince's army still
retires and has been detached fiom
the Crown Prince of Wurtemberg's
army in Lorraine,
1 In* Germans have been showing
a little activity, lately, but all their
attacks have been driven back.
New York, Sept. 23.
The German right wing has re-
ceded and their left wing in Lor
raine has advanced. The German
centre attempted an offensive move
ment hut was repulsed.
Famishea mobs are being shot
down in Berlin.
The Vienna shops are being
looted.
Guardian, Nassassau
Miami, Fla., 23rd.
Two German submarines were
sunk after sinking three British
cruisers. A Dutch steamer rescued
many English survivors.
British women headed by Queen
Mary are making socks and belts
for soldiers. *
Sunday's and Monday's battles
are said to be deadly to the Ger-
mans, one entire regiment being re-
ported wiped out.
The German loss is placed at
Seventy thousand
Austria is said to be preparing
to invade Italy.
Five thousand Italians are said
t" he leaving Lyons for unknown
destination.
1 he Canadian Government has
Supplied two hundred guns to the
British forces in the field.
September a^rd 1914.
London:It is officially confirm-
ed that the British cruisers Abou-
kir, Hoj,'ue and Cressy were sunk
by German submarines in the
North Sea.
It is estimated that 700 out of
the crews of 2100 were saved. I he
^Aboukir was sunk first and when
the other two cruiseis went to the
assistance of the drowning they too
were attacked.
Paris;The Germans are or the
offensive all along the line, but
unappreciablv so.
Berlin :The Allies attacks are
diminishing and the German of fen
sive movement is Stronger, They
have taken the heights of Croyne.
Rome: Austria is giving every
sign of their#intention to invade
Italy. Italy is amassing an army on
the frontier.
Petrogiad: I'h Rusniags are
bonibaiding Kremsil, tiny have
also shuttered .3 Jaoslav dirts.
Septemlier 13rd 1914.
Official announcement is made
from Pari that there is no change
in the bitlle situation.
The Temps military review de-
claies that German resistance is
weakening in the Oise-M* use bat-
tles, but that the fight may last for |
three or four days longer
Prince George of Servia has again
hei n wourlded, receiving a rifle
bullei through the body.
Russian troops occupy the forti-
fied position of Jaiaslov, an impor
tant railroad centre, 16 miles from
Przemysl.
The Russians are following up
their successes in Galicia andaie
about to begin a third great bat'le.
They have surrounded Koenigs-
burg and expect to attack soon.
Two German submarines were
sunk in the North Sea after they
had attacked and sunk three Bri-
tish cruisers. The Dutch steamer
Titon rescued many of the British
survivors.
The French fleet is reported to be
bombarding Cataro, an Austrian
seaport.
The Servians report another vic-
tory over the Austrians near Krou-
pan They now feel that they can
proceed with the Bosnia invasion.
General Botha is to take su-
preme command of the Union of
South Africa forces in operation a-
againtt the Germans in Southwest
Africa.
The Ha,ohure^merican Liner
Speedwell is reported captured in
the North Atlantic by a Bnich
cruiser Fhe was fitted out as an ar-
moured cruiser.
The Pope has asked for a report
on the destruction of the Cathedral
at Rheims. .
Many refugees, euc ui raged by
the good reports on the progress
of the war, have leturned to Paris.
British women have been appeal,
ed to supply the British forces
with belts and socks. Queen Mary
has promised to do her part.
The battles of Sunday and
Monday are* said to have been
deadly for the Germans, who are
said to have bepn sacrificed with-
out apparent cause, their losses
are placed at 70,000.
Austria is said to be preparing
to invade Italy. 5,000 Italians
are said to be leaving Lyons for
a destination unknown.
The British government denies
speeches attributed to certain
statesmen.
The Canadian government will
supply 200 guns to the British
forces in the field.
The Marconi Wireless Com-
pany is preparing to sue the
United States government tode-
terniine if it has the right to
Close the Companies Stations for
Dot observing military neutrali-
ty
BAHAMAS VOLUNTEERS
FOR. THE WAR.
A meeting will be held oil
Wednesday night in the Good
Samaritan's Mall, Nassau Court,
at 8 o'clock.
The speakers will be,
Chas. O. Anderson, Esq., M.L.A.
Ernest L. Bowen, Esq., M. L. A
George Weech, Esq., ML L. A.
W. E. S. Callender, Esq.,
Barrister-at law
A meeting will also be held
on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in St. Agnes School room, Grants
Town.
His Lordship the Bishop will
ake the chair, and the Rev.
H. W. Weigall, M. A., G. M.
Cole, Esq M. L. A. and S. A.
Dillet, Esq., will be speakers.
Notice of the meeting at Fox
Hill will be given later on.
The incorporated
CHAMBKR OF COMMERCE
OF LIVERPOOL
B 10 Exchanged Buildings,
Liverpool
9th September, 1914.
f"ir,
I have to inform you that a Spe-
cial Meeting of the Incorporated
Chamber of Commerce of Liver
pool (President, the Earl of Derhv,
G. C, V. (),Chaiiman H. D
Bateson, EM}.) was held to Oay,
when was unanrnously.
RKSOLVED: that the Liver-
pool Chamber of Commerce desire
to place on record their deep sense
of admiration and gintittidt-fur the
magnifice'tt rally made by tho Co-
lonies 10 the aide of the M ther
Country in this time of trial lor
the whole British Empire
They desire especially to stale
that the splendid contiibulinns the
Colonies are giving to England in
men and material are appreciaie-i
warmly by the business communi
ty, not only of the City of Liver
pool, but throughout the whole of
the United Kingdom.
I am to say it 1* Imped that you
will send a copy of this resolution
to your Pi ess.
I am,
Sir,
Yours faithlu'ly,
(Sg/ A. H. MIL MR.
Secretary.
The Colonial Secretary,
Bahama Islands.
:o:
INDIAS SHARE.
70.000 TROOPS ALREADY
SENT TO HELP
A Router's Simla telegram
says the Vicerory announced in
I Council yesterday that India is
contributing one million sterling
towards the cost of tin- con tin
gent for the war, besides apply-
ing the Maharaja of Mysore's
yift ol fifty lakhs of rupees to
the cost of transports.
The text of the passage in
Lord Hardinge's speech dealing
with the despatch of troops from
war is m
India to tffe leal ol
follows.'- B
It is no longer asectetthat In.
dia has already despatehrd two
splendid divisions of uSIntry to
Europe and one cavalry brigade,
while three more Cavalry bri-
gades will follow immediately,
That we have been in a posi-
tion to send over 70,000 combat-
ants to fight for the Fmpire
across the seas in a source of
pride and satisfaction to India as
a whole.and with the knowledge
that practically all the ruling
chiefs have placed their military
forces and resources of their
States at the disposal of the
Government it is clear that- we
arenot at the end of our military
resources.
Among the chiefs selected C
rompanying the Expeditionary
Force are :The Maharaja Sir
Pertab Singh, Maharajas of Bi
kanir, Patiala, Rutlaw, Kishen-
garh, and Jodpur, Nawabs of
jailra, Sachi.i, and Bhopal, and
also the Malik Umar llayat.
The Liverpool Echo,
C0C0ANUTS
BAHAMA ISLANDS
of la:)d with fttllsk bearing
trees to prove its valoSjInd ob
T is now possible for owners
tre
tain rents.
For further particulars
Apply to
J. THEO. FARRINGTOM
Nassau, N. P.
Agent for
Bahamas Produce Marketing
Company
139 CPthall House
('opthall Avenue
3 Mo. London, E. C.
THE Scholars of Wesley
Sunday School assisted
by their Friends will give an
Entertainment on Wednesday
next, 23rd inst. in the School
Room to commence at 7.45
p.m.
Admission 6d. & is.
US______________!-----------
LOST
A LADY'S Silver Watch on
Marlborough, between
George and West Streets.
Finder will be rewarded.
Return to Tribune (ijfce-
ttsland -Mi'i
1 '
For Result
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