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r November nth, 1914. GOVERNMENT PRESS London :—British marine insurance was immediately cut in half after the Ad mini 11 y's announcement of the destruction of the'German cruiser "Emden" and the bottling up of the "Koenigiburg." There is no marked change in the j general battle situation. French, British and Belgians unite to hold back what appears tremendous German attempt to break through the line at Ypres. Germany threatens to cut off! the food supply from the United States to the Belgians unless they return to their normal occupations. Washington:—Report says that the cruiser North Carolina ran afoul of a mine at Beyrut and sunk but the n.-ivj department has been unable to get any information or confirmation of the report though in constant communication with Constantinople and B< yrut. Norfolk Virginia: —Nearly 800 horses perished from flames on the steamer Rembrandt. It is said that German spies set fire to the hay I in the compartment in which the horses were stored. The Rem | brandt sailed f^om Baltimore i with the horses destined for France. Washington : —Kentucky In now under quarantine against the foot j and-mouth disease of cattle. The j epidemic is spreading in Indiana j and Michigan, with Mississippi I still under suspicion. London: —An alleged American | was put to death on charge of espionage. Carl Hans Lody, alias Inglil is the mans name who was caught in London. New York:-That the cotton market will open in ten days is the present forec 1st. Corporation is to take December contracts at nine cents, Wellington:— The unofficial list of the next House show? a Democratic majority o', 31 or 233 representatives out of a possible 435 members. War Notes SCOTTISH FIGHTING PARSON Before the United Free Church Presbytery of Galashiels yester| day applicatian was made by the Rev. M. Naisrnith, minister j of St. Boswell'f, for leave of ah| sence from his pastoral duties during the period of the war. Mr. Naisrnith was only introduced to his new congregation at St. Boswell's on August 2nd, ami seven days later he was summoned by telegra\)fl to join his unit as an artillgry office at Glasgow The Presbytery Clerk said he did foot know of any precedent for the Presbytery granting leave of absence for such a length of time or for purpose There was not a precedent in the United Presbyterian Church, and the only case he knew of in the Free Church was that in which Ebenezer F.rskine went out to the defence of Stirling in the rebellion of 1745. The Presbytery could only use its commonsense in the matter, and decide that Mr. Naisrnith was doing the right, the noble and the manly thing in serving his country in this way, and their earnest prayer was that he would come backsafe and sound. Leave of absence for the period of the war was unanimously granted. (The Morning PostJ —:o:— MAILS The time for closing Mails per "Frances E." has been extended to 8am Thursday Nov 12, 1914. SPECIAL. From and after this date, the following Shops will be Depots for the sale of THE TRIBUNE, viz : T. G. JOHNSON, Cornerj Dowdeswell and Arm-] strong Streets. V. R. INGRAHAM, Market Street, South. F. GARNER, Corner Bay and Pitt Streets. Nov. 7th, '914. STOP-LOOK LISTEN! We have secured Mr. J&met Queen from the United Slates. . thorough Optician, who will remain here lor the entire winter Mason We are therefore enabled to offer for ONE MONTH only a 32s. pair of either PINCE-NEZ or SPECTACLES, 14 carat gold filled 00 lenses, soft cable wires so that they will not cut the ears, and warranted for twenty years for 8s„ Also English Pebble lenses warranted 20 years without changing for a little higher price. 40Q Wfk Come and have ^ I your EYES ^•b^gr^^ tested under the new processFREEf charge Headaches, Dizziness, and all troubles of the EYE can be cured Bit orvce. We refund tho money after a months trial of the glasses. If no) satisfactory, or change them free of charge. PERSONS desiring my services can notify me at The City Mapes {Fertilizers / now carry in stock the follmving formulas: Pineapple. —It rufs^jen proven that this haVno equal and a visit to fields using same will convince you. Vegetable. —Now is the time to use this and increase your yield in Tomatoes, Potatoes, Onions and all other vegetables by *ioo per cent. Orange Tree.— To assist the growth of Young Citrus Tree. Fruit and Wine. — Increase the yield and growth of old Citrus trees. Eor further information and books on the use of these fertilizers, please apply to WALTER K. MOORE Ae,ent for Mopes Fertilizer in the Bahamas. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared tf plete finish and polish fm jft woodwork and floor* •I <-oi;l fur ltuie WANTED AT ONCE 2 trict papers. Apply "TKIIUJ.W OFFICE I.III iiuiny me ;u j ne \*lty wooowors aim noi.r* P/iarmafv whpn I chill mil i Johnson's Wood Dye-forthc aititic rnarmacy, wnen 1 snail call coloring of .ll wood, soft or hard BRIGHT BOYS to 1 deliver Southern DisBEST j£X 76s Tet. We do not sell it. B UT we do Mil and will, continue to sell Standard Oil Co. Gasoline, lest your Gaso-] line. We invite comparison 1 with any in the City. Price 2ids. per gallon in ; 50 gallon Drums. Customers l using 100 gals, or over per; Month 20c. gallon. C. C. SAUNDRRS For Result Advertise in The Tribune on them at their residences. Without EXTRA CHARGE. ON ACCOUNT OF HARD TIMES Mr. Queen, Agent for the Walt ham Watch Co., in order to introduce the best known Watch in the world will offer a 11 carat gold filled, 20 years guaranteed, I.adys or Gentleman'$ open or closed j face Watch, Waltham or Admiral movement for £2, on the ; Instalment Plan of Is. or rr more per week at the PurW ': u f ,M "l 1 '"' 8 eo chaser's Ootion t,on ,,f our fri( 1,,ls Nascnasers uption. sn(] anf| on )|u ()| |SLANDS CALL AT ONCE and see the j to the following prices 011 himSAMPLES and lern our Terms |„, r w |,j r |, w j|| ,„, mt() eff t V-Th.. Watches are sold all over lb. fro|1 ,„ ,,.„, %  %  AUHOU'GHIumbt-ruptoSft, Johnson's Under Lae — a spirit finish, rery much suprrior to shellac or vainish Johnson's FIIM Wood Finish -fewa hsjiuiiful. trustic band-rubbed fletc without the expense of nibbinir. Johnson's Pmstr Wood Filler lot filling ths train, and imrrs of .• preparing it for the finish Johnson's Powdered Wax lot baj room floors. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury Notice F YOU MISS THIS CHANCE YOU MISS THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. Get Wise before it is too Late. CANE SYRUP Can be had at T. M. Knowles at 10s. stg. per Tin GOOD and THICK. East Bay Street* 6/j par 100. All DRKSSED lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100 All ROUGH and DRESSKIJ to 16ft. 10/5 per 100. ANYTHING over 16 ft. 12/6 per too. above Up to 8 ins. wide) A. These prices sire forljfcASII absolutely find being WAR prices are made to help the public and are subject to change without notice. The Bahamai Timber Co. Ltd.



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79X A 4 Nulllvia &ddlctua )urare In verb* matfUirl. Being bound to w&r to the DOIHIM if no Mentar VOL.X. Ne-eaau. N.P„B*hini, Wednesday. November 11,1914 No. 235 L. OILHKKT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: 38-44 MARKKT STItKKT Nastau, N. P., Bahamas 'PHONE 260. p. O. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy ... Jd Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdaysingle copy t,i y^jfi 4ii Monthly i s. 4 ,| %  i %  < ;: • i'.' ... ... is. Half Yearly „£ Yearly 1 ,„. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates : — Six pence per line for first insertion; three pence per line k Ni/pr second insertion ; and one penny per r subsqiicnt insertions, dfertisements under eight lines 4s. Publication began al 4.10 p.m. "Hidden." 11 th Nov. 1914 To the Editor of "TheTribune" Sir. What would we do without the "Frances E" ? To the energy and courage of her owner, we are indebted for reing once a week brought nearer the great outside world. Mi. C. C. Saundeis has served us well; but we are, to our credit be it said, Oliver Twiitian; we want more. We want Mr. S,Hinders to get on to some way by which he will make the arrival of the "Frances E" known to her many admirers. They are very much inconvenienced byhers'.ealthy arrival. 1 was in seaich of a few lines of poetry to add grace and beauty to my complaint) but I did Dot know of any appropriate, and I could not find iheuliKjuitous Poet of tiie Bahama*. Please have the kindness to publish tins letter to-day in order that Mr. Saunden may see it before the V'Krani es !•'.' |oea this ti.ne, and 'jjierhips send to Miami for a Ttiemendously big fog-horn, one of those vou can hear two or three miles off; then if he will notify the public of his intention todo sothey will be prepared for i, and not suppose that Uncle Gabriel was Retting ready. The boom thereof, would be a great boon to all and sundry of, YOUR READERS. 8th Nov. 1914. To the Editor of The Tribune Sir, On seeing the namps in the colUIDOfl of your journal which have been suggested by "One interested" for the naming of the streets, lines and alleys in Grant Town and Main Town, there is no doubt Mr. Editor, the Honourable Hoard will choose some of the proposed names if they are in the proper place, but Sir, there is one thing tliat has drawn my attention and that is that "One interested might he a botanist or boscage, and upon these circumstances, I congratulate %  h im for the selection of names pa'ven for the streets, lanes, and alleys, but Sir as resident in the Southern District, I will suggest the following names viz: Dark, No sweep, and Rock Streets Quagmire, Repair and Settle Watet Lanes. Keep Proper and I,amp Wanted, Weed Better, and Brush. ANOTHER INTERESTED. Latest War News RADIOGRAMS November 1 ith, 1914. PICKED UP London says that Russian successes dominate the situation. Russia may delay the invasion of Germany until Austria and Turkey are crushed. The Allies hold their own everywhere. Turkey's treasuiy is empty des pite large German loans. Paris savs that the Germans have been forced back at Ypres. Berlin says that immense stores of tenls. sleighs and furs are being prepared for a Winter campaign. Timid 1 esidents between Breslau and Posen a'e moving away from the frontier. Tokio says that the J.ip uiese are in favour of sending troops to France. Washington says that ('nrranza's reply to the Aguas convention is due today. He has issued a decree that imports already paid at Vera Cruz will not be collected again, but has not guaranteed the safety of Americans. Reports from friends of Villa say that Carranza is trying to make trouble with the Americans at Vera Cruz as a good excuse for hostilities, and to gain popularity. There is possibility of an attack on Americansthough General Funston says there is nothing alarming in the situation. November nth, 1914 PICKED UP • The German cruiser "Emden" and II. M. S. \. "Sydney" had a running fight which lasted for some lime before the former was run ashore The loi* of life aboard the "Emden" >vas very heavy. It was the British cruiser "Chatham" which bottled up the "Koenigsburg in East African waters. 'The Germans are bombarding Ypres with heavy artillery and the town has nearly been destroyed. London is happy over what is considered the extraordinary advance o( the Russians against Germany rnd Austria and her continued victories but Berlin claims that General Von Morgans army repulsed the Russians attempt to enter East Prussia. The Russians claim to have defeated the Turks, whese armies are commanded by Get man Officers. Last night was an uncomfortable one in London owing to reports that Zeppelins had been s:en in tWOplacet, Searchlights scoured the heavens all night. Early this morning firing was heard near Harwich, thought to have been directed on airships. Hearsts American prints a ru^ mour that the United States warship North Carolina has been blown up bv the Turks Washington admits that the ship has not been btard from for five days notwithstanding many telegraphic inguinea from the Secietary of the Navy. Carl Hans Lody, a German spy, has been shot, in the Towel of London. It was the first execution since 1700. Carranza has accepted the terms named by the United States regard, ing the evueuation ol Vera Ciuz. • •


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79X
A
4
Nulllvia &ddlctua )urare In verb* matfUirl.
Being bound to w&r to the Doihim if no Mentar
VOL.X.
Ne-eaau. N.PB*hini, Wednesday. November 11,1914
No. 235
L. OILHKKT DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICE: 38-44 MARKKT STItKKT
Nastau, N. P., Bahamas
'PHONE 260. p. O. BOX 163.

PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy ... ...... Jd
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday-
single copy ......... t,i
y^jfi............. 4ii
Monthly ............is. 4,|
' i <;: i'.' ... ... is.
Half Yearly..........
Yearly ............1,.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates : Six pence per line
for first insertion; three pence per line
k
Ni/pr second insertion ; and one penny per
r subsqiicnt insertions,
dfertisements under eight lines 4s.
Publication began al 4.10 p.m.
"Hidden."
11 th Nov. 1914
To the Editor of "TheTribune"
Sir.
What would we do without the
"Frances E" ? To the energy and
courage of her owner, we are in-
debted for reing once a week
brought nearer the great outside
world. Mi. C. C. Saundeis has
served us well; but we are, to our
credit be it said, Oliver Twiitian;
we want more. We want Mr.
S,Hinders to get on to some way by
which he will make the arrival of
the "Frances E" known to her
many admirers. They are very
much inconvenienced byhers'.ealthy
arrival. 1 was in seaich of a few
lines of poetry to add grace and
beauty to my complaint) but I did
Dot know of any appropriate, and I
could not find iheuliKjuitous Poet
of tiie Bahama*.
Please have the kindness to pub-
lish tins letter to-day in order that
Mr. Saunden may see it before the
V'Krani es !'.' |oea this ti.ne, and
'jjierhips send to Miami for a
Ttiemendously big fog-horn, one of
those vou can hear two or three
miles off; then if he will notify the
public of his intention todo sothey
will be prepared for i, and not
suppose that Uncle Gabriel was
Retting ready. The boom thereof,
would be a great boon to all and
sundry of,
YOUR READERS.
8th Nov. 1914.
To the Editor of The Tribune
Sir,
On seeing the namps in the col-
UIDOfl of your journal which have
been suggested by "One interested"
for the naming of the streets, lines
and alleys in Grant Town and
Main Town, there is no doubt Mr.
Editor, the Honourable Hoard will
choose some of the proposed names
if they are in the proper place, but
Sir, there is one thing tliat has
drawn my attention and that is
that "One interested might he a
botanist or boscage, and upon these
circumstances, I congratulate him
for the selection of names pa'ven
for the streets, lanes, and alleys, but
Sir as resident in the Southern Dis-
trict, I will suggest the following
names viz:
Dark, No sweep, and Rock Streets
Quagmire, Repair and Settle Watet
Lanes. Keep Proper and I,amp
Wanted, Weed Better, and Brush.
ANOTHER INTERESTED.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
November 1 ith, 1914.
PICKED UP
London says that Russian suc-
cesses dominate the situation.
Russia may delay the invasion of
Germany until Austria and Turkey
are crushed.
The Allies hold their own every-
where.
Turkey's treasuiy is empty des
pite large German loans.
Paris savs that the Germans
have been forced back at Ypres.
Berlin says that immense stores
of tenls. sleighs and furs are being
prepared for a Winter campaign.
Timid 1 esidents between Breslau
and Posen a'e moving away from
the frontier.
Tokio says that the J.ip uiese are
in favour of sending troops to
France.
Washington says that ('nrranza's
reply to the Aguas convention is
due today. He has issued a decree
that imports already paid at Vera
Cruz will not be collected again,
but has not guaranteed the safety
of Americans.
Reports from friends of Villa say
that Carranza is trying to make
trouble with the Americans at Vera
Cruz as a good excuse for hostil-
ities, and to gain popularity.
There is possibility of an attack
on Americansthough General Funs-
ton says there is nothing alarming
in the situation.
November nth, 1914
PICKED UP
The German cruiser "Emden"
and II. M. S. \. "Sydney" had a
running fight which lasted for
some lime before the former was
run ashore The loi* of life aboard
the "Emden" >vas very heavy.
It was the British cruiser "Chat-
ham" which bottled up the "Koen-
igsburg in East African waters.
'The Germans are bombarding
Ypres with heavy artillery and the
town has nearly been destroyed.
London is happy over what is
considered the extraordinary ad-
vance o( the Russians against Ger-
many rnd Austria and her continu-
ed victories but Berlin claims that
General Von Morgans army repuls-
ed the Russians attempt to enter
East Prussia.
The Russians claim to have de-
feated the Turks, whese armies are
commanded by Get man Officers.
Last night was an uncomfortable
one in London owing to reports
that Zeppelins had been s:en in
tWOplacet, Searchlights scoured the
heavens all night. Early this morn-
ing firing was heard near Harwich,
thought to have been directed on
airships.
Hearsts American prints a ru^
mour that the United States war-
ship North Carolina has been blown
up bv the Turks Washington ad-
mits that the ship has not been
btard from for five days notwith-
standing many telegraphic in-
guinea from the Secietary of the
Navy.
Carl Hans Lody, a German spy,
has been shot, in the Towel of
London. It was the first execution
since 1700.
Carranza has accepted the terms
named by the United States regard,
ing the evueuation ol Vera Ciuz.



r
November nth, 1914.
GOVERNMENT PRESS
London :British marine insur-
ance was immediately cut in half
after the Ad mini 11 y's announcement
of the destruction of the'German
cruiser "Emden" and the bottling
up of the "Koenigiburg."
There is no marked change in the j
general battle situation. French, .
British and Belgians unite to hold
back what appears tremendous
German attempt to break through
the line at Ypres.
Germany threatens to cut off!
the food supply from the United '
States to the Belgians unless they ,
return to their normal occupations.
Washington:Report says that
the cruiser North Carolina ran
afoul of a mine at Beyrut and sunk
but the n.-ivj department has been
unable to get any information or
confirmation of the report though
in constant communication with
Constantinople and B< yrut.
Norfolk Virginia: Nearly 800
horses perished from flames on the
steamer Rembrandt. It is said that
German spies set fire to the hay I
in the compartment in which the ,
horses were stored. The Rem |
brandt sailed f^om Baltimore i
with the horses destined for France.
Washington : Kentucky In now
under quarantine against the foot j
and-mouth disease of cattle. The j
epidemic is spreading in Indiana j
and Michigan, with Mississippi I
still under suspicion.
London: An alleged American |
was put to death on charge of
espionage. Carl Hans Lody, alias
Inglil is the mans name who was
caught in London.
New York:-That the cotton
market will open in ten days is the
present forec 1st. Corporation is to
take December contracts at nine
cents,
Wellington: The unofficial
list of the next House show? a
Democratic majority o', 31 or 233
representatives out of a possible
435 members.
War Notes
SCOTTISH FIGHTING
PARSON
Before the United Free Church
Presbytery of Galashiels yester- |
day applicatian was made by '
the Rev. M. Naisrnith, minister j
of St. Boswell'f, for leave of ah- |
sence from his pastoral duties
during the period of the war.
Mr. Naisrnith was only intro-
duced to his new congregation at
St. Boswell's on August 2nd, ami
seven days later he was summon-
ed by telegra\)fl to join his unit
as an artillgry office at Glasgow
The Presbytery Clerk said he
did foot know of any precedent
for the Presbytery granting leave
of absence for such a length of
time or for purpose There was
not a precedent in the United
Presbyterian Church, and the
only case he knew of in the Free
Church was that in which
Ebenezer F.rskine went out to
the defence of Stirling in the re-
bellion of 1745. The Presbytery
could only use its commonsense
in the matter, and decide that
Mr. Naisrnith was doing the
right, the noble and the manly
thing in serving his country in
this way, and their earnest pray-
er was that he would come back-
safe and sound.
Leave of absence for the period
of the war was unanimously
granted. (The Morning PostJ
:o:
MAILS
The time for closing Mails per
"Frances E." has been extended
to 8am Thursday Nov 12, 1914.
SPECIAL.
From and after this date,
the following Shops will be
Depots for the sale of THE
TRIBUNE, viz :
T. G. JOHNSON, Cornerj
Dowdeswell and Arm-]
strong Streets.
V. R. INGRAHAM, Market
Street, South.
F. GARNER, Corner Bay
and Pitt Streets.
Nov. 7th, '914.
STOP-LOOK
LISTEN!
We have secured Mr. J&met
Queen from the United Slates.
. thorough Optician, who will
remain here lor the entire winter
Mason
We are therefore enabled to
offer for ONE MONTH only
a 32s.
pair of either PINCE-NEZ
or SPECTACLES, 14 carat
gold filled 00 lenses, soft cable
wires so that they will not
cut the ears, and warranted
for twenty years
for 8s
Also English Pebble lenses
warranted 20 years without
changing for a little higher
price.
40Q Wfk Come and have
^ I your EYES
^b^gr^^ tested under the
new processFREEf charge
Headaches, Dizziness, and all
troubles of the EYE can be cured
Bit orvce. We refund tho money
after a months trial of the glass-
es. If no) satisfactory, or change
them free of charge.
Persons desiring my services
can notify me at The City
Mapes {Fertilizers
/ now carry in stock the
follmving formulas:
Pineapple.It rufs^jen prov-
en that this haVno equal
and a visit to fields using
same will convince you.
Vegetable.Now is the time
to use this and increase
your yield in Tomatoes,
Potatoes, Onions and all
other vegetables by *ioo
per cent.
Orange Tree.To assist the
growth of Young Citrus
Tree.
Fruit and Wine. Increase the
yield and growth of old
Citrus trees.
Eor further information
and books on the use of these
fertilizers, please apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
Ae,ent for Mopes Fertilizer
in the Bahamas.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared tf
plete finish and polish fm jft
woodwork and floor*
I <-oi;l
fur ltuie
WANTED AT ONCE
2_________
trict papers.
Apply
"TKIIUJ.W OFFICE
i.iii iiuiny me ;u j ne \*lty wooowors aim noi.r*
P/iarmafv whpn I chill mil i Johnson's Wood Dye-forthc aititic
rnarmacy, wnen 1 snail call coloring of .ll wood, soft or hard
BRIGHT BOYS to1
deliver Southern Dis-
BEST jX 76s
Tet. We do not sell it.
BUT we do Mil and will,
continue to sell
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline, lest your Gaso-]
line. We invite comparison 1
with any in the City.
Price 2ids. per gallon in ;
50 gallon Drums. Customers l
using 100 gals, or over per;
Month 20c. gallon.
C. C. SAUNDRRS
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune
on them at their residences.
Without EXTRA CHARGE.
ON ACCOUNT OF HARD TIMES
Mr. Queen, Agent for the
Walt ham Watch Co., in or-
der to introduce the best
known Watch in the world
will offer a 11 carat gold fill-
ed, 20 years guaranteed, I.adys
or Gentleman'$ open or closed j
face
Watch, Waltham or Admiral
movement for 2, on the;
Instalment Plan of Is. or rr
more per week at the Pur- W ': u",f,M "l1 '"' 8eo'
chaser's Ootion t,on ,,f our fri('1,,ls'" Nas-
cnasers uption. sn(] anf| on )|u, ()|.,. |SLANDS
CALL AT ONCE and see the j to the following prices 011 him-
SAMPLES and lern our Terms |,r w|,jr|, wj|| ,, mt() eff t
V-Th.. Watches are sold all over lb. fro|1, , ,,.,
' ' AUHOU'GHIumbt-ruptoSft,
Johnson's Under Lae a spirit
finish, rery much suprrior to shellac or
vainish
Johnson's FIim Wood Finish -fewa
hsjiuiiful. trustic band-rubbed fletc
without the expense of nibbinir.
Johnson's Pmstr Wood Filler lot
filling ths train, and imrrs of .
preparing it for the finish
Johnson's Powdered Wax lot baj
room floors.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Notice
F YOU MISS THIS CHANCE
YOU MISS THE CHANCE OF
A LIFETIME.
Get Wise before it is too Late.
CANE SYRUP
Can be had at T. M. Knowles
at 10s. stg. per Tin
GOOD and THICK.
East Bay Street*
6/j par 100. All DRKSSED
lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100
All ROUGH and DRESSKIJ to
16ft. 10/5 per 100. ANYTHING
over 16 ft. 12/6 per too. above
Up to 8 ins. wide) a.
These prices sire forljfcASII
absolutely find being WAR
prices are made to help the pub-
lic and are subject to change
without notice.
The Bahamai Timber Co. Ltd.


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