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SANITATION AT BARRY.
SANITATION AT BARRY. DEPUTATION TO THE LOCAL BOARD. VACILLATING CONDUCT OF THE BOARD. On Tuesday last a deputation, consisting of Messrs. Edward Phillips, E. Gibbon. W. Radcliffe, J. Jones (Golden Key), and — Huchinson waited on the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board with re to. rence to the decision of the Health Committee to proceed against Mr. Edward Phillips. Newiand- street, Barry Dock, for non-compliance with the bye-laws of the Board, which provided that a proper flushing apparatus should be atta.ched to every water closet in the district. It should be mentioned tha before the deputation was announced, the Bon-ra had con- firmed the Health Committee's recommendation to proceed against Mr. Phillips. In response to an invitation from the Chairman of the Board, Mr. Phillips said that the deputation wished to know in the first place how it was that Holton should be selected by the Board for these proceedings, when the older districts of Barry and Cadoxton were left untouched. In the second place, they wished to know why he (Mr. Phillips) had been picked out to be pro- ceeded against when he wasn't the great- est or the smallest, the oldest or the j youngest property owner who had not complied with the Board's bve-laws in that respect. In the third place, they wished to know why it was that the Board should be so anxious to enforce this bye-law at the present time. It could not be the cholera scare. Why was it then that the Board should at this time, when trade was so slack and money so scarce, determine to enforce a bye-law which would press very heavily on all property owners. Mr. Gibbon said that the Board would find no precedent for their action in the records of any existing Board in the county. The Board knew from the beginning that the ratepayers were opposed to the bye-law, and they had allowed it to remain in abeyance for some time. Why did they now, when trade was in the state it was. try to enforce the bye-law, especially after property.i owners had been hard put to it to finish private improvements ? Mr. Hutchinson said that thÿ ratepayers were all opposed to the Local Board in this matter, and that it was a mystery to all why the Local Board should choose the present, of all times, to enforce compliance with their bye-law. [ Mr. J. Jewel Williams asked whether the plans f of houses had been passed with or without tanks and flashing apparatus The Surveyor said that the bye-law had always been one of the Board's bye-laws from the very commencement. It had. however, been found im- possible to enforce it at first as the district was not supplied with water, and the drainage scheme had not been completed. Every house, however, had to be supplied with earthen closets, and since the district had been supplied with a proper drainage system, no plans had been passed that did not j show water closets properly supplied with tanks and flushing apparatus. Mr. George Thomas said that he had always been opposed to the enforcement of the bye-law, which would entail an additional and unnecessary expense of £ 10.000 on the property owners of the district. General Lee said that if tho ratepayers were. as was said, opposed to the enforcement of the bye- law, they could make it a test question at the election, and that was the only way in which the Board could get at the feelings of the ratepayers. Dr. 0 Dounell. as chairman of the Health Com- mittee. answered the questions of the deputation. In the first place, Holton was not selected in pre- ference to Barry or Cadoxton to have these notices served for notices had been served in Beverly street. Main street, Chesterfield-street. Daniel-street, and other streets in Cadoxton. The inspector could not, of course, serve notices on all the district at the same time. but the whole district would have been served with notices had not the precautions that had to be taken against cholera taken up all the inspectors's time during the last few weeks. In the second place, Mr. Phillips had been chosen to be proceeded against, as it had been said at the meeting of the committee that he (Mr. Phillip?) was willing to fight the Board. Mr. Phillips: Who said ¡:o Dr. O'Donnell One of the members of the committee, I think but I forget who it was. Mr. Gibbon If the Board know that the bye- law can be legally enforced, why do they wish to proceed against Mr. Phillips, and make his a test case ? The Clerk The Board do not wish to test the legality of the bye-law—that is beyond question but they have picked Mr. Phillips out in order to see whether the magistrates will grant a summons against him. The Board were in hopes that by proceeding against one. the other property owners in the district would conform with the bye-laws, and both the Board and the property owners would thus be saved the expense which proceedings against all the property owners would entail. Dr. O Donnell, proceeding, said that that was the onlv reason why Mr. Phillip* had been picked out. They wanted a ma.n who would be willing- to fight the Board in the matter, and the com- mittee were told that Mr. Phillips was ready to do so. He himself (Dr. O'Donnell) had suggested that the Board should proceed ag-ainst. Messrs. Morgan and Scott. who would be likely to oppose them. Mr. W. Thomns Xo. no excuse me. I made j that suggestion. Dr. O Donnell I am willing- to give Mr. Thomas the credit for having tcrl it. (Laughter.) Proceeding. Dr. O'Donnell said that it h:td always been one of the Board's bye-laws, though it, was not always enforced. It was not. as the deputation seemed to think, a new bye-law which had just been passed, but tan old one that had been in abeyance for a time. It had been said that she ratepayers were opposed to the action of the Board in the matter. He (Dr. O Donnell) did not believe it. The deptitatioii consisted of property owners- Mr. George Thomas But property owners are ratepayers. Dr. O'Donnell Yes, I do not dispute their right I to speak as individual ratepayers but the interests of the property-owners and the ratepayers generally are not identical in this matter, and thfl deputation represents, not the ratepayers generally, but tho property-owners. Dr. Thompson, the Government Inspector, insisted very strongly oa the enforcement of the bye-law. The deputation then withdrew, and. after st desultory conversation, Mr. George Thomas handed in notice of motion which will b& eoasidered at II. special meeting- of the Board to be held in a fort- t night's time, to rescind the resolution for the enforcement of the byc-Iaw. which should be enforced only in the case of new houses. In answer to a question from Mr. W. Thomas, the Clerk said that in consequence of Mr. George Thomas notice of motion, no proceedings would be taken against any property ownar fpr no:i-com- pliance with the bye-law till after the special meeting of the Board. I
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j THE CHOLERA EPIDEMIC.
j THE CHOLERA EPIDEMIC. LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOA In.) INQUIRY. On Monday afternoon Dr. T. W. Thompson, the Local Government Board inspector, held an in- quiry at the Local Board Room. Cadoxton, as to the precautions which had been taken by the Loeal Sanitary Authority to prevent, the introduction of cholera into the docK and town. After making a minute investigation. Dr. Thompson declared him- self perfectly satisfied, and added that he could not even suggest any precaution that had not already been taken. Afterwards Dr. Thompson made a tour of inspection, accom- panied by Mr. J. Robinson (chairman of the Board), Dr. O'Donnell, Dr. Neale (Medical Officer of Health). Mr. Levshon (inspector of nuisances), and Mr. G. F. Willett (clerk s deputy). The Infectious Diseases Hospital in Dock-road was first visited, and the inspector declared himself highly pleased j with its cleanliness and general appearance, and with its fijrtirable situation. The party then visited the^Dock Pierhead, and the spot was pointed out to Dr. Thompson where vessels were questioned by the Medical Officer of Health before a tug had been provided for his use. At this point the Inspector of Nuisances left in the tug to examine two foreign vessels that were lying in the Roads. Dr. Thompson after- wards visited the Custom House authorities. It | transpired that there was some difficulty in the way of the medical officer boarding a vessel before it entered the dock gates. It seems that no one I can be-allowed under heavy penalties to board any vessel before she has been examined by a Custom House officer. A request was, therefore. made that a Custom House officer should accompany the medical officer or the inspector of nuisances': but this was found to be impossible, as the Custom House at Barry is already short-handed. It was Stated, however, that no difficulties would be placed in the medical officer's way in the present critical time, but the Custom House authorities would do their utmost to help him in every way. On their return to Cadoxton. die Inspector, ac- companied by Dr. O'Domisli, and Mr. Pardoe (Local Government Board Surveyor) inspected the disinfecting chamber in Holmes-street, the tem- porary mortuary, and the slaughterhouse, which is in course of completion, in Court-road. Tiit, inspector was of opinion that the slaughterhouse would be too small for the requirements of the district, and was anxious to visit the site for the permanent infectious diseases hospital, which the Board has procured at Colcot. but his time was too limited to permit him to do this. At the conclu- sion of the tour of inspection, Dr. Thompson said he was very highly pleased with the admirable and effective arrangements of the Board. PRECAUTIONS AGAINST CHOLERA. At the meeting of the Barry and Cadoxton Local Board on Tuesday Dr. O'Donnell reported the result of a deputation, consisting of himself, Dr. N eale (medical officer), and Mr. J. A.Hughes (clerk), which had been appointed by the Health Committee, to wait on the Cardiff Town Council to make arrangements for the use of the Flat Holm for a cholera hospital. The deputation had agreed to pay the Cardiff Corporation £ 30 for tho use of the Flat Holm till Decenibernexi. After December the Board would be able to use Flat Holm for a yearly rent of £10, being half the sum paid by the Cardiff Corporation. The Local Board would have the use of the Cardiff Hospital and the nursing staff till September 14th after that date the Loeal Board would have to provide its own hospital. A tent, consisting of two parts and with three beds in each part, and a bell tent for the nurses would cost the Board £ 20. but he could not say what the price of hiring a tent would be. In addition to this, the Cardiff Town Council had left it to the Board to compensate Mr. Harris, the tenant of the Flat Holm. The deputation had agreed to these tern^s to pay for the transportation of the tenant and his family to Cardiff, and to pay the rent of a house for liim at Cardiff as long as the island was used for a cholera hospital, if the first ease of cholera was taken there from Barry. They had further agreed to pay the tenant Ai 3f> £ 1 Is. payable on t-ha signing of tho agreement, aud 025?. payable when the first case was taken there. He (Dr. O Donnell) wished also to report that the Inspector of Nuisances had been allowed to warn and examine ships before the Custom-bouse officers boarded them the Custom-house was so short- handed that no official could be spared to accom- pany the Inspector. A tun- had also been procured at £ 20 a. week for the use of the Medical Officer and the Inspector to board vessels before they had entered the dock basin. Dr. O'Donnell also gave an emphatic and unqualified contradiction to it. report that had appeared in the Cardiff ptpcrs to the effect that vessels from foreign parts had been allowed to enter the dock and pump out their ballast water, and that their crews had dispersed without being- examined. There was absolutely no foundation whatever for the report, as the in- spector had spoken to every vessel from the dock, pierhead before a tug had been procured. It was due to the able and emcient manner in which the inspector had carried out his duties to contradict the report, and to testify to the thoroughness and intelligence which the inspector had displayed at this critical time.—Mr. W. Thomas (liarrv) se- j conconded the adoption of the report. j Mr. Geo. Thomas sad lie did not wish to detract from the sub-committee';? work. but it did seem to him that very great generosity had been shown the Cardiff Corporation. The Local Board, repre- senting a population of 13.00U or 14.000. were asked to pay as much for the use of the Flat Holm as the Cardiff Town Council, representing a popn- lation of over lOO,(¡Oo. Dr. O Donnell said that the other things mnst be taken into account. Tbe Cardiff Corporation had spent some £600 on their hospital, aud the Local Board would be reaping the same benefit from it on a. payment of £3Ô. There was no doubt that the Cardiff Council were rather sore because the Board had opposed their (the Council's) wish to be the Port Sanitary Authority for Barry, and that they had taken advantage of tho present exceptional circumstances to drive a good bargain. He thought, however, tho Board could not do better than accept the terms. Mr. W. Thomas thought i;, would be much better for the Board to take Sully Island, which was much more cheap and convenient. and which would answer their purpose quite as well. (Laugh- ter). After some further discussion the terms ar- ranged by the sub-committee, were ultimately aeeepted.
" CYMRU FYDIV*
CYMRU FYDIV* -+- YOUNG WALKS SOCIETY CADOXTON AND BARKY DISTRICT. The above society re-aiiietableq to resume sessional work on Tuesday evening next. Sept. 13th, at the schoolroom of the English Calrinistic Methodist Chapel. Court-road, Cadoxton. The subjects for debate during the coming session will be chosen, new officers elected, and any other necessary business will be transacted. All persons desirous of joining will be admitted into member- ship on payment of one shilling each for the session. We hope that all the old members will attend, and bring as many others with them as possible to be enrolled. We confidently look for- ward to.» pleasant, and pro..paoa" seur.ion during^ the coming winter. (Signed) W. LLEWELLYN" WILLIAMS. Presided J. W. MATTHEWS. Secrctarv.
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; DANGERS OF SPORT.
DANGERS OF SPORT. ¡ IMPORTANT TO FOOTHALJJCRK AND CYCLISTS. INSURE AGAINST RISK On Tuesday list a young man named Edwards nearly met: with a serious accident near Cadoxton while out cycling. This only illustrates how great is the danger attached to every form of out-door sport aud amusement. Even now, when safety bicycles are so much used. a considerable amount of danger is inseparable from the popular pastime of cycling. The danger to which every player of Football —especially under the Rugby rules—is open lends. indeed, attraction and excitement to the game, but it. no doubt, deters many a poor man who can ill afford to be laid up with a fractured arm or leg from indulging iu that. healthy and invigorating game. In view of this the promoters of the SOUTH WALKS STAR have determined to introduce a novel departure which will, we believe, not only com- mend the paper still more to the public, but which will prove of inestimable benefit to our local i Cyclists and Footballers. To every person who has sustained an injury j which will result in fracture of an arm or leg while engaged ill playing football or while cycling 1 will be paid the sum of £ 5. provided the person so injured shall be the owner of the SOUTH WALES ST A R for the current week. containing an Insurance Coupon wiLh his usual signature written in ink thereon. RAILWAY AXD STREET ACCTI.KXTS. This Coupon Insurance will also cover all accidents which may happen to the owner of ) he current SOUTH WALES STAK, while a passenger on any Railway. Steamboat. Tramway, Omnibus. Street, or on any Public Road within the Uu; ted Kingdom as a PKIYATU I N'DIVtDUAL. This Coupon Insurance. therefore, practically insures the possessor of one copy of the paper j against all accidents that may happen to him. except at the time when following his ordinary occupation. Coupons have, however, been hitherto, in general. limited to railway accidents, and that for death only. A recently published Parliamentary return gives the number of persons killed and injured on the railways in the United Kingdom during ISPCns 913 KILLED AND 8.971 INJURED. Croat as this number is, yet. having regard to the hundreds of thousands who travel upon the vast, network of railway lines in the United Kingdom, it is an obvious reflection that railway j travelling, as compared with the dangers of the streets, is by far the safest mode of progression. It has seemed to us and to others that a system of insurance which would give some compensation to those who meet with ACCIDENTS IX THE STREETS. and afford a welcome contribution towards the in- evitable expenses of such mishaps, would be a boon to the 144iblic at large. Hundreds of men, week in. week out. from year's end to year's end, travel by railway, 'bus. or tram to and from business, who have not insured their lives or provided in. any way against accident. The possibility of how to extend to these "orne modicum of protection is naturally hedged about by a great many difficulties: but It least, the benefits which we have now placed within the reach of the purchasers of our paper i are such as could only be obtained from the com- panv direct by paying more than the price of the which is a national game. is. by. reason of the fervour with wlfllch it is played, attended with more danger than any other pastime, if we may judge, from the number of accidents from time to time reported. Having regard to the enthusiasm which it invokes in these districts, the circumstance that our insurance coupon pro- vides also for the INSURANCE OF PLAYERS of this game cannot fail to command cordial ap- proval. It is noteworthy that football risks have onii- narilybcenregarded byacoident insurance companies as necessitating higher premiums,or indeed as un- desirable. and this has led to the institution of a Football Insurance Union. But while the insur- Itnee in this journal is limited to one coupon for each holder, it is not invalidated by any insurance, other than coupon, with anv Accident Company, but; is in addition thereto. It is hardlv necessary for us to dwell upon the fact that cycling, like everything else, has its dangers, bnt to use an Irish expression only more so," and the same benefits are extended to cyclists as to toot ball players.
DO NOT REMOVE THE COUPON FROM THE PAPEll. ML-* SPECIALLY GUARANTEED BY THE "MINERAL ^CCIDENT -L AS S UII A X C M Q () II p o II A T O X. TIMTTED. JU Curuu OFFICES: VICTORIA BUILDINGS, PERTH, N.B.; 4, ABCHURCH YARD. LONDON", 1.(1 95, PILGRIM STREET, XEWCASTLE-OX-TYNE; and at T-TCH>•• —! 51, FAWCETT STREET, SUNDERDAND, TO WHOM NOTICE OF CLAIMS UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS MUST BE MADE j WITHIN FOURTEEN DAYS. | gOUTH ^Y"ALES STAR" £ 10 X XSUI?AN('K 0 our ox. y TEN POESDS will he paid by the above Cor- poration to the legal representatives of any person killed by au accident, or fatally injured thereby, should death result within One Month after such injury, while a Passenger on any Railway. Steamboat. Tramway, Omni- bus, or other public conveyance, or while on :tuy Street or Public Road within the United Kingdom, as a Private Individual, and the like amount, will lit-, to such person should the injury not prove fatal, but cause the loss of sight, or of a limb or limbs, or the fracture of an arm or ley and FIVE POUNDS will be paid to any person who shall sustain a fracture of the arm or leg by accident while engaged in playing Football or while Cycling. Provided that the person so killed or injured was the owner of this In- surance Coupon for the current week, with his or her usual signature written in iuk underneath. Signature This Insurance is limited to One Coupon for each holder, and is not invalidated bv any In- surance (other than Coupon) with this or any other Accident Company, but is in addition thereto. Date. J- LEVERS & SON, CORN MERCHANTS. TTAVP rMMl8'SIOX AGENTS, Ae.. 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BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD.
BARRY AND CADOXTON LOCAL BOARD. -0- The ordinary monthly meeting of the Barry and Cadoxton Lrx:al Board was held at the Local Board Room. Cadoxton, 011 Tuesday afterooon. Mr. J. Robinson in the chair. There were also present Mr. J. C. Mc:git.t, General Lee, Mr. J. Cory, Dr. O'Donnell, Dr. Treharue, Mr. J. Barstow. Afr. Gen. Thomas. Mr. W. Thomas (Barrv). Mi-. J. J. Williams, Mr. J. A. Hughes (clerk), Mr. J. C. Ptmloe (sur- veyor). Mr. L»yshon (inspector of nuisances), and Mr. C. Howe (collector). REPORT OF THE FIXAXCE COM MITT EE. In moving the adoption of the report- of the Financo Committee. Mr. J. Jewel Williams drew attention to the enormous amount, of the overdraft at the bank, the sum having now amounted to £ 12,000.—Dr. Treharne seconded the adoption of the report, which was unanimously agreed to. REPOHT OF THE PUBLIC WORKS COJ1.M1TTKK. Mr. J. C. Meggitt proposed the adoption of the report of the Public Works Committee held on August 9th. He wished, however, to rectify one mistake in the minutes. It was proposed to plant trees along- the Court-rord as well as the Weston and Holt on roads.—Mr. ,1..1. Williams wised to know what this jj-ould cost,.—Mr. Pardoe sa.idth.Ltt.he amount was included in the sum that had already been borrowed. The report was then adopted. THE CASE OF THE REV. (ilUKt'lTJI vVIM,I.UT5. Mr. J. Robinson proposed the adoption of the report of the Public Works Committee held on August 29th, and Mr. George Thomas seconded.— Mr. Barstow said that the price awarded by the arbitrator to the Rev. Griffith Williams for his plot of ground was enormous. The whole rJot; was'not more than 13Al yards, and the price given was at the rate of £ 23,000 per acre.—Mr. George Thomas sub- mitted that it was not altogether a question of yards, and the Clerk said that Mr. Williams claimed much more tha.n 13} yards, and that, the amount of land owned by him was one of the subjects in dispute. The Board must abide by their umpire's decisioll.-The matter then dropped. THE CASE OV AIR. TK1«<J. Mr. W. Thomas (Barry) took exct ption to one portion of the Public Works Committee's report, where it \va« recommended that the Board should take proceedings againxt Mr. Trigg, builder, Com- mercial-road. for using sewerage water for the j lJUrpose of mixing mortar for liis buildings. Mr. j Trigg had been fined £ 2 10s. on the previous Monday at the Penarth Police-conn: for appropria- ting the water of the Gas and Water Company, and the sewerage water had been by this titne cut off. He (Mr. Thomas) would, therefore, suggest that Mr. Trigg- be let off with a caution and reprimand, j —Mr. J. Barstow seconded, on condition that Mr. Trigg should appear before the Public Works Committee and apologise.—This w;;s agreed to unanimously. J'.ARRY-EOAD tHJAi XAUE. The Public Works Committee recommended that the private improvements in the back lanes at the rear of the houses at Barry-road near the Witehil] Hotel be carried out, such improvements to include the construction of a sewer.—The Clerk reported that since the meeting of the committee he had accompanied the Surveyor to these houses, and he thought it would be unnecessary to do t his.—The matter was referred back to the Public Works Committee. Tils I'dtf or i*r.'Ri.K.' LAM;V. The Public Works Committee recommended that permission be granted to the Y.M.C.A.. Barry, to place the letters Y.M.C.A. on the public lamp out- side their premises, subject to the Y.M.C.A. bear- ing the cost of putting up and taking down the same when requested, and also subject to the letters being approved by the Surveyor.—Mr. J. Jewel Williams objected to this permission being granted, as the course was extraordinary ;iud unusual. In no other town were public lamps allowed to be used for advertising purposes, and he objected to any section or class using a lamp paid for out of the public money for private pur- poses. He would therefore propose the elimination of the clause in the committee's report.—Dr. O'Donnell seconded, as he objected on principle to the employment of public money for trade or religions purposes. Mr. J. C. Meggitt thought an exception should be made in favour of the Young Men's Christian Association, which was an institution of a public character, and enJlrely undenominational. He instanced the case of Bethlehem Baptist Chapel in St. Mary-street, Cardiff, which was advertised in that manner, though lie (Mr. Meggitt) did not know whether the lamp was a public or a private one. Eventually the recommendation of the com- mittee was adopted, the voting being as follows :— For: Messrs. J. Robinson, J. Cory..T. C. Meggitt, W. Thomas, and Dr. Treharne. Against: Mr. J. .T. Williams and Dr. O'Donnell. Neutral Messrs. J. Barstow and George Thomas, and General Lee. PROPOSED ACQUISITION OF GAS AND WATER. Mr. J. C. Meggitt proposed, and Dr. O'Donnell seconded, that ii special meeting of the Board be called a fortnight hence to consider the acquisition by the Board of the Barry and Cadoxton Gas and Water Company's undertaking.—This was carried it an ron. COTTAGE HOSPITAL. Mr. J. Robinson reported that he had writton to Mr. R. Forrest with regard to the site of the Cottage Hospital, but that he had received no reply from that gentleman. It was decided that the sub-committee appointed for this object should [ meet on the Friday following to consider what to do in the matter. WEEKLY POLTG'K-COriiT. The Clerk read a memorial which he had been instructed to draw up for presentation to tho local magistrates for a weekly sitting at the Barry Dock Police-court. The memorial, which showed that the population of the district was over 1:500 that the transference of cases to Penarth caused ex- pense and inconvenience., and withdrew from the district a large proportion of the police on a very important day, and prayed that all purely local wises should be tried at Barry Dock, was ordered to be presented to the magistrates on the following Thursday by Mr. J. Robinson, the chairman of the Board, BARRY HARBOUR DRA f N" At. E. Mr. J. Robinson proposed that 1 iie recommenda- tion of the Clerk and Mr. Walker with regard to the Barry Harbour Drainng-e be accepted. Mr. W. Thomas and other members objected, as it was thought desirable to liave only one outfall, if possible and, after a long and wearisome dis- cussion, the whole matter was referred back to the Public Works Committee, to report on it, to the s) ccial meeting of the Board to be held in a fllrt- nigiit's time. HISCELLAN'EOI S. ioll The clerk was instructed to write for permission to fence off the old highways on Weston Hill and ju ar Holton Farm on either side.,n-Tho Inspector -of "Nuisances was re-appoinred for another ven-r. the appointment to date from .1 n!1e 24th.—Mr. Barstow's resolution• with reference to anew road from the Weurou Arms Hotel to the Murch was -postponed till the n axt meeting, when a deputation will wait on the Board.-£ JOO was authorised to be paid to Mr. Jcnkin Brock, and £ 25 was retained, that being considered sufficient to cover all that was not finished of the contract.—The following hours for carrying foetid matter through the public streets were approved ur. the Local Govern- ment Board objecting to this being done during the night: six to seven in tho fonJnoon and five to six in the afternoon; and from November to January, seven to eight in the forenoon and four to five in the afternoon.
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