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National Telephone-No. 7. Telegrams "SHEFFIELD, RHYL." Alfred Sheffield & Son, °EFURNISmNG IronmoDgers, Builders' Merchants, Silversmiths, Cutlers and Hot=water Engineers, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL. Awarded Three Silver Medals at the Denbighshire and Flintshire Agricultural Society's Show, 1904. NEW GOODS for the coming Season. OUR SPACIOUS SHOWROOMS are now complete with the latest and most up-to-date Standard, Table, Hall, Bracket, Will, Hanging, Heading and Hand LAMPS also Carriage and Gig Lamps. 0 In A SPLENDID SHOW OF THE LATEST TILE REGISTERS AND PATENT BARLESS FIRE GRATES, Tile Hearths and Mantel Registers, Mantel Pieces in wood, marine, iron and enamelled slate all shown en suite in combination to suit ) the Cottage or the Mansion.; TU n .j I s^es [IpBs7 Herald per cent. WITH Q; of FueJ. tELF-LU'rIN(; FIRE. 6 A LARGE STOCK OF "HERALD," "DUX." "EXCELSIOR," AND RHYL" RANGES IN ARCADE WAREHOUSE THE ECONOMY and SIMPLICITY of the HERALD RANGE makes it THE BEST IN THE MARKET TO-DAY. A. S. & Son will be pleased to wait on intending purchasers, to give th<m the benefit of their advice. They have a reputation throughout North Wales for 0 Grate-setting and Curing of Smokey Chimneys, and will be pleased to send an experienced man any distance on receipt of letter or telegram. SPECIALITIES SANITARY WORK. PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. ACETYLENE, GAS AND HOT WATER INSTALLATIONS- ESTIMATES FREE. SEE TESTIMONIALS, Electric Bells and Telephone?. Oils, Paints and Varnishes. Finest brand Of Petroleum in bulk or cask. Agents for Pratt's Al Motor Spirit. New Season's Stock of Slow Combustion and Oil Heating Stoves, suitable for Churches, Chapels, Shops, &c. Latest designs. Guns and Ammunition. Rifles. A. SHEFFIELD and SON, RHYL. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY. B5 up to £ 1,000. To Farmers, Tradesmen, Professional Gentlemen, Hotel and Lodging-House Keepers, and to all responsible Householders worthy of credit, upon note of hand alone, in any part of England OT Wales. £ £ Loan 5 to repay 5 15 10 11 10 20 „ 23 0 (30 34 10 it 50 57 10 100 „ 115 0 lextra charges are made in cases where considered necessary. Larger Amounts in proportion. Monthly or Quarterly Payments taken. Special terms arranged to suit borrowers' own convenience. Strictly confidential guaranteed. Letters will have immediate attention. Prospectus frej on application. Call or write in confidence to the National Loan Society, 19 Queen St., Wrexham- Head Office: 41 CORPORATION STRET, MANCHESTER* Registered Offices). RIDER AGENTS WANTED tOne in each district to ride and exhibit a sample 1904 C^cle, Write for special offer. Highest tfradc fully warranted British-made Cycles Latest Models? £ 2 10 to £ 6 HEW DEPARTURE COASTER HUBS. BEST MAKES TYRES AND BEST BRITISH-MADE EQUIPMENT. 200 SECOND-HAND CYCLES all makes, good as new, £ 1 tO JS2 m 10 Great factory clearing sale at half factory prices. We send on approval and allow TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL on every cycle. Money with carriage charges refunded without question if not perfectly satisfactory. m fni-;nit orders from sample machine furnished •» a Oycletijzjo^.btitee British-made Cycles Latest Models? £ 2 10 to £ 6 HEW DEPARTURE COASTER HUBS. BEST MAKES TYRES AND BEST BRITISH-MADE EQUIPMENT. 200 SECOND-HAND CYCLES all makes, good as new, £ 1 tO JS2 m 10 Great factory clearing sale at half factory prices. We send on approval and allow TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL on every cycle. Money with carriage charges refunded without iBt fM) M question if not perfectly satisfactory. t NT r m taking orders from sample machine furnished -ire ina-kinv profits. Earn a I;vclel)v ii,. Our -,i(-,ent J "'rite at oncc for FREE CATALOGUF-S. Tyres, Sundries, Sewing Machines, Phonographs, etc., at Half pr:a.ces. MEAD OYCLE COMPANY-Dept. i n k. 85 to 97 Paradise street, LIVERPOOL, and 19 tp 21 Cftaring Cross Road, Lf
Mr Samuel Smith and ¡ Reciprocity. A few weeks ago we gave copious extracts from Mr Samuel Smith's "Life Work, "dealing with Protection, See. The following are some further extracts from the same work, dealing with "Reciprocity," a subject which has re- ceived considerable attention during the last few days :— "I desire in this pamphlet to deal briefly with the discussion which has been carried on so actively for some time under the name of Reci- procity. The subject is one that has taken hold of the country in no ordinary way, and it is desirable on every account that it should be fully and ex- haustively discussed. There can be no doubt that there is a widespread feeling of disappointment, we might almost say indignation, among the manufacturing districts at the treatment which this country has received of late years from foreign nations." "This leads me to the point with which this inquiry started. Have we any means of briefing pressure to bear upon those nations which treat us most unjustly ? Can we punish them by retalia- tion or otherwise, so as to make them lower their tariffs or their goods ?" What able men such as Mr Ecroyd hope to see attained is to bring temporary pressure upon countries like France, which will suffice to make it their interest to adopt either entire or partial Free Trade. They hold that if we threatened to tax the French woollens, silks, and laces, and did so in earnest unless they reduced their tariffs on our goods, we should create in France so strong an agitation among powerful classes of the com- munity in favour of Free Trade that it would be adopted. To give effect to this policy it is needful to adopt it in case of refusal, and perhaps for a term ot years to pay a little more tor some articles of luxury, and divert some English money into home channels instead of foreign but the con tention is that sooner or liter the suffering classes in France would compel the Government to capitu- late, and then we should e; joy the advantage of full instead of partial Free Trade. The opponents of this policy generally confine their attention to the first stage of this procesp, and decline to look to the second. They enlarge upon the evil—if such it can be called—of making French goods dearer to the consumer but they do not reply to the argument that it may be worth paying the price, for a short time, if it effects the end of opening the French markets freely to our goods, and thereby benefiting millions of producers." #
Bishop Edwards and Intemperance. The Bivhop of St A.aph occupied the chair at a public meeting at Mold in connection with the annual conference of the Diocesan Temperance Society. Dealing with habitual drunkards, the Bishop said they detained habitual drunkards, not only in the hope of reforming them, but also for the purpose of preventing their doing hirm to others. The ought, if possible, to strengthen the hands of the magiitrtei in this matter. There were two recognised causes of physical djgenera- tion in the nation. 0 c was called urbanisation" —the crowding in th3 slums of cities, and the consequent bad houses, bad food, and bad air. Next to that came intemperance, which was bound up with other questions. Intemperance produced intemperance. To a poor man who had not enough food a glass of beer, just stimulating the heart for the moment, often seemed to take the place of a good meal. In France the Govern- ment had issued a syllabus of lessons to be taught in their schools. These lessons put before the children in the plainest, simplest, and most oon- crete form theevils of intemperance. That seemed to him to be an example they ought to follow in this country. There could not be a more hopeful field for temperance workers than in dealing with the young. In conclusion he approved the modi- fied pledge to abstain from intoxicants except at the mid-day and evening meals.
Autumn Salmon Fishing on the River Clwyd. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RUYL JOURNAL. Sir,—With your permission I will make a few remarks upon Major Leslie's letter on the above subject. The '"close" time of the above river is a fortnight longer than tin neighbouring Dee and CoDw.iy. If a hen fith is killed at any period of the feison ova is destroyed, whether developed or undeveloped. As regards using Stewart Tackle, which is not always used for worm fishing here, No 10 hook, old scale, is the average sizi on 1 3x drawn gut. I have never seen Stewart Tackle mounted on twisted gut, although in the trade. The amount of shot used all a sinker is regulated according to the current. The Junction Pool from head to tail is at least 100 yards long and the term of a small hole hardly convoys a fair of it. Fish are undoubtedly occasionally foul hooked on what rivers are they not ? But not all by any means. An angler on the 10th inst brought a fiah 141bs to show me, which had bolted the single hook, which, with the gut, was still in the fish. Do people use 1 to 3 x drawn gut to snatch fish ? and nothing bigger than a No. 8 hook ? Has not the Major fished this small hole regularly for years with fly, minnow and worm on Stewart Tackle ?—Yours truly, H. W. ROBERTS. Anglers' Store?, Rhyl.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT effect won- derful cures of bad legs and old wounds. If these medicines be used according to the directions which are wrapped round each pot and box there is no wound, bad leg, or ulcerous sore, however obstinate, but will yield to their curative properties. Numbers of persors who had been patients in tbe large hospitals without thriving benefit have teen cured by Holloway's Ointment and Pills, when otlnr r< medics have signally failed. For glandular swellings, tumours, scuivy and diseases of tho akin there is no medicine that can be with so good an effect, and though the cure is rapid, it isjalso complete and permanent.
Flint. Bye-Election. Polling took place on Monday for the vacant seat on the Town Council, consequent upon the dcath of Mr S Wilkinson. There was practically no excitement, and it was difficult to conceive an election was being fought. The result was declared as follows:—Robert Price, 327 W Howarth, 263 majority, 64. Mr Pries has previously held a seat on the Town Council and is a Unionist. Mayor 8 Sunday. On Sunday morning the Mayor (Major Dyson V.D.) attended divine service at St. Mary's Parish Church. Preceded by the band and members of the 2nd V. B. R. W. F. Flint Company the procession left the Town Hall. The Mayor was accompanied by lr K J Hughes and flIr Joseph Hall and other members of the Town Council, Mr T Bate (Kelsterton), Mr Marriott (Customs, Quay), and members of the Oddfellows, Foresters and Rechabites societies, who were all in, their regalia. The Volunteers presented a striking appearance with their new uniform. Lieut. E J H Williams was in command. A capital sermon was preached by the rector (Rev W LI. Nicholas).
Mold, Flintshire and Redistribution. A meeting of Radicals in connection with the newly formed Radical Association for Mold and district was held the other evening, Mr Thomas Parry presiding. It is understood that, besides the general state of Radicalism in the town and neighbourhood, the consequences to Flintshire in the event of a Redistribution of Seats Bill being enacted were fully gone into, and it was decided to hold another meeting in the course of a week or two. A general feeling seerrs to prevail that in the event of the Government carrying out a re- distribution of seats before the next election, only one member would be required for Flintshire, and that the boroughs would be merged into the county.
Wirral and Birkenhead Agricultural Society's Show for 1935. TO THE EDITOR OJf THE RIIYL JOURNAL. gIH)—in consequence of the Council of the Richmond Hoyal Horse Show having arranged to hold their next meeting on the 16th & 17th June, 1905, it has been decided to adopt Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 22nd, 23rd, and 24th Junf, as the dates of this Society's next show, in lieu of June 15th, 16th & 17th, as previously announced. Kindly draw the attention of your readers to this alteration in the dates, and much oblige. —Yours truly, Birkenhead, ARTHUR H. EDWARDSOX, Nov. 10th, 1904. Secretary.
¡ North Wales I Women's Temperance Union The Rbyl Welnh branch held their annual meeting at Qaeen Street Schoolroom on Friday. At 4 30 the members sat down to an excellent tea. The tables were presided over by Miss Hughes, Eltvy House; Miss Williams, Aquarium S.reet, Mbs Katie Jones, Greystone Villa Miss Proffitt, Miss C Jones, Hope Placa Miss Blodwen Morris, and Miss Myfan wy Edwards. After tea a meeting was held under the presidency of Mrs Meyrick Jones, who in the course of an appropriate intro- ductory epsech said that the success of temperance work depended very much on the efforts of HH women, and begged of parents to send their children to the Btnd of Hope, and speak to them about temperance in their homes these long winter evenings, and try to impress upon them the evil of the great curse of our country. After a hymn had been sung the meeting proceeded to the election of officers. Mrs Meyrick Jones was re-elected president. Mrs Denton Davies and Miss Jones, Gn-ystone Viii" vice-presidents Mrs II Edwards, hon. treasurer, Miss Hughes, Gorph- wysfa, hOD, secretary; and Miss Proffitt, assis- tant secretary. A strong general committee was also formed. The following programme was sustainid: S JOg, Miss Katie Jones, Clwyd House; Mrs M Diivie" Ab rg-Ie, delivered an able and interesting address song, Miis Bathgate Mis* Davies (Meg in), president of the Dyseith Branch, gave a shoit address son Mrs T Elias Jones re itation, Miss Jones, Hope Placj song, Mist Davies, Gronant Street; lIong, Miss Junes, Elm House. Harp accompanists, Mi-ses Myfa'iwy Edwards and Moiris.
NT North Wales Conservatives. A meeting of the Council of the NorLh Wales Division of t,he National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations was held at the Queen Hotel, Chester, on Saturday, wlvn there was a large attendance, including Mr P P Pennant (in the chair), the Earl of Püwi., Lord Kenyon, Lord Moatyn, Mr T J Bennett, C.I.E., Mr W Trevor Parkins, Capt. T Bate, Rev T Edwards, Mr J Fincham, Mr T W Hughes, Mr H A Tilby, Mr C P Morgan, Mr C Shuker, &c. Amongst some other matters discussed was the educa- tion question as it affects Wales, and the follow- ing resolution was unanimously agreed to That the Council of the National Union of Conservative and Constitutional ASSOCAtions observe with gratification the efforts to raise money towards complying with such reasonable structural de- mands of the Local Education Authorities as art in accordance with the provisions of the Education Act, 1902, and s.rongly approve of the establish- ment of one central fund for each North Wales diocesc, so that a united and thorough policy may be camel into effect."
Cycling and Motoring; News. -:0:- A farmer has been called upon to pay a fine of .j'" and costs, for wilfully obstructing a motor car by drawing bis horse and cart across the road- way. Having signalled for the driver of the car to stop, lie blocked the roadway as described, and announced his intention of remaining there all day and all night if the engine of the car was not stopped. The farmer denied deliberate obstruc- tion or any animosity against motorists, inform- ing the magistrate that be would buy one himself if lie could afford it. His evidence, however, availed him not, for the above verdict was given against him. The recent record ride by G. A. Olley from London to Edinburgh, meritorious as it is for an unpaced ride, has not been received very favour- ably by the seasoned road riders, who love the road and deplore anything that might bring about police interference with road racing. Olley's ride was greatly boomed, and at the start and finish a filic crowd of admirers put in an appearance, many following him for some distance. It may have been very gratifying for Olley, but these public demonstrations are not calculated to do the pastime any good, much less the branch of road racing. G. A. Barnes, the well-known racing motor cyclist, made a successful attempt on motor cycle records at Canning Town track, recently, putting up new times for all distances from 33 to 50 miles, the former distance being covered in 39 mins. 3o sec?., and the latter in GO mins. 4'2-2/oths sees. Barnes's new hour record now stands at 49 miles S00 yards. On the same afternoon and track, II. Martin, another well-known racing motor cyclist, broke records from 51 to 100 miles, his time for the 51 miles beingl hour 8 mins. 39 sees., and for the 100 miles 2 hours 21 mins. 45 sees. The distance covered by Martin in the 2 hours was 85 miles 1680 yards. Nowadays it is a very rare occurrence for any- one to complain about the valves of their tyres leaking, so accurately are they made. This happy btate of things was not always the case, for many of the present day riders can call to mind the time when valves were a continual source of annoyance. But the trouble was overcome by the Dnnlop Company with their Woods valve. It was put upon the market many years ago, and pronounced perfect, and this reputation it has upheld until the present day. Fully 99 per cent. of the valves now in use are Woods. Consider- ing the great air pressure which the valve has to resist, it is easy to conceive the trouble that the minutest inaccuracy in construction would cause. It appears that Ellegaard, the star of the im- ported riders for the coming Australian season, could not accept the first offers made to him by the Summer Nights' Amusement Company, of Sydney, owing to his obligations in the matter of military service in the Danish army. We under- stand that the terms now accepted are £ 2,000 for the season, all expenses, and a right to all prizes won. Ellegaard's strong point is sprinting, and that is of the meteoric type. Even I I\Iajor Taylor has had to strike his colours more than once to the flying Dane, when the match was a slow run one with a ding-dong finish. A sad accident has befallen a couple spending their honeymoon in Switzerland. The husband on a motor cycle was toeing his wife, the two machines being connected with a piece of rope. In some way or other, the lady lost control of her cycle and fell, and in doing so became entangled with the rope. She was dragged along some little distance before the motor cycle was brought to a standstill, and was so seriously injured as to caule grave doubts as to her recovery. Such accidents are to be deplored, although they serve the useful object of a warning to others who, in spite of frequent advice from the motor and cycle press, still continue in the foolish practice. The National Cyclists' Union intends making another effort to secure the passing of a Universal Lights Bill through Parliament. Although some County Councils have passed byelaws m aking it compulsory for all vehicles to carry a Pgbt an hour after sunset, others make certain exceptions, whilst some have no such bye-law in force. Speaking of Dunlop tyres made under the famous" Doughty" patent, Mr. C. H. Larrette, in the Athletic Xctrg, says :—" Nothing gives me greater pleasure than to praise something that is worthy of praise. After the Dunlop people bad acquired the Doughty patents, they sent me, about two years ago, a pair of their new tyres for trial. While overhauling my winter machine, which has been regularly used by one of my sons for in town riding (to business) this and last summer, besides doing duty under me every really bad Sunday. I was astonished to find in what a capital state of preservation they are. They have certainly been changed from wheel to wheel, but are almost as good ns new only one cut requiring to be mended, while the rubber is as soft and resilient as the day on which they turned up. If all Dunlop tyres were like these, well, dividends won't rule high, as they will seldom require replacement. But that I knew what these tyres have gone through I should not have believed that they had done anything like the work they have." David Govan appeared before the Dundee Sheriff Court on a charge of recklessly driving a motor car at Dundee and knocking over and I injuring a lady cyclist. The allegations against Govan are that w]¡j:"t in an intoxicated state he drove a motor recklessly and failed to announce his approach when within reasonable distance of the lady cyclist. It is stated that the driver has been previously convicted, and is therefore liable to a fine not exceeding JLOO, or imprisonment for three months. He waa committed for trial. I (Frequently one hears a cyclist complain that he is the victim of the puncture fiend, and is con- stantly being worried by the deflating of his tyre without being able to ascertain the cause. Cer- tainly the mystifying deflating is very annoying, and the continual pumping up of the tyre, only to see it become deflated again in the course of an hour or so, is most vexatious. The trouble is often caused through a small piece of grit being forced into the valve where it has stuck, thua allowing a little air to escape very slowly.
Prestatyn Petty Sessions. LICENSED. HOUSE TENANCY AGREEMENT QUESTION AGAIN. TUESDAY.—Before Messrs S Perks (in the chair), W Elwy Williams, W H Coward, R C Enyon and Thos Jones. Drunks. Ellen Hughes, a married woman living at Spring Bank, High Street, pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness and disorderly behaviour, and on the evidence of P.C. Cheney was fined 5s and costs. John Jarvin, late of Dublin, was charged with a similar offence at Rhyl on the previous evening.—P.C. William Jones stated that defendant's condition and behaviour were such that he had to lock him up.—In default of a fine of 28 6d and costs defendant was sent to prison for a week's hard labour. The Crown Inn, Trelogan. Application was made for the final transfer of the licnece of this house from Wni Parry to Wm Henry Blythin, late of Newmarket.—Mr Elwy Williams asked for the production of the tenancy agreement, and was informed that it would be signed that afternoon provided the application was granted.—The Bench decided, however, to adjourn the application until the next Rhyl sessions, in order that the agree- ment might be put in. Schiol Attendance. Robert Jones, 3 Dee View, Ffynnongroew, was summoned for having neglected to send his child regularly to school.—John Roberts, school attendance officer, proved the case. remarking that not only had the child a bad attendance record but had passed no standard, though 11 years of age. -A fine of os. inclusive was imposed. Substitution of Bridges for Crossings. Mr J Fenna applied oil behalf of the London and North Western Railway Company for a certificate in respect to the two footbridges they had erected on the east side of Prestatyn Station as substitutes for the railway crossings at those points.—Mr John Hughes,Town Clerk, said the Prestatyn Urban District Council had approved of the divorsion of the footpaths in this manner. The Town Surveyor had made no formal report to the Council as to the fitness of the bridges.—Messrs Perks, Elwy Williams, and Enyon adjourned to view the bridges, and on their return into court the certificate of the Bench was granted.
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Football. Firit Division League matches last Saturday produced quite an unusual harvest of goals. In the nine games played no fewer than 42 were scored, and of these 30 were credited to home and 12 to visiting teams. Five home clubs gained the maximum pointH, and two were beaten, while the remaining two had to be content with a division of honours. o The results were as follows :— Blackburn Royers 3 Manchester City 1 Bury 7 Sheffield United 1 Sheffield Wednesday. 5 Everton 5 Alton Villa 4 Notts County 2 Middleabrough .IPreston North End ..I Sunderland 3 Derby County. 0 Newcastle United 3 Wolverhampton Wan 1 Small Heath 2 Notts Forest 0 Woolwich Arsenal 2 Stoke 1 • • In the Second Division Liverpool beat Burslem Port Vale 2-1, this constituting their tenth victory, which places them at the head of the list with twenty-two points. » « In the Combination Rhyl's encounter at Middle- wich last Saturday resulted in a pointless draw. Bangor had Oswestry all visitors, and this game also ended in a draw, each side scoring once. Charles Parry, the ex-Evertonian, gave a superb exhibition between the Oswestry uprights; and Arridge, another old Evertonian, once again turned out for Bangor. By their victory over Broughton, Chester have made their position at the head of the table still more secure. THE COMBINATION Results up to Saturday, November 12. A rid Wen Lost Drn For 'jgst Pts Chester 10 8 2 0 ..33 .12 ..10 Wrexham 7 2 0 ..23 7 11 Middlewich 11 6 1 1 ..2'2 ..13 ..13 Traiimei,c lioverr, H 4 2 2 ..M ..12 ..10 Port Sunlight 7 4 2 I ..IS ..13 9 Nactwieh G '2 1 3 ..1 7 S 7 Whitcliureli (> 3 3 0 ..15 ..10 <> Broughton 7 2 3 2 8 ..13 6 Bangor 7 2 4 1 17 I1,) 5 Birkenhead 9 1 5 3 12 1!) 5 Druids 6 2 3 1 8 ..13 5 Rhyl 6 2 3 1 5 ..11 f> Oswestry 9 2 7 0 11 ..27 4 Chirk 7.. 1 5 1 ..11 ..27 3 The friendly on the Grange Road ground last Saturday between Rhyl Reserves and Chester College was a rather one-sided affair, resulting in a win for the visitors by 8 goals to 0. At half-time Rhyl were 5 goals in arrears. Their defeat would not have been so heavy but for the looso play of which their custodian was guilty. In the firllt round for the Welsh Amateur Cup Prestatyn gained an astonishing victory over Pwllheli by 10 goals to 0, at Pwllheli last Satur- day. The homesters had anticipated a "soft thing," but their opponents practically ran them off their feet and showed them no quarter through- out the game. The scores were 1) W Jones (3), Love Jones (3), (j Glass (2), Tellis Hughes and Whitelock (1 each). In the fourth qualifying round for the English Cup Wrexham beat Earlestown 20 and Stafford and the Druids drew 2-2. The Rhyl Combination team gave a ood account of themselves at Middlewich last Saturday, though they had to be content with dividing the spoihi. The game was of a bustling character and the defence on both sides was all that could be desired. ¥ At Rhuddlan last Saturday, Rhyl Church Guild beat the homesters by 4 goals to 1, M Hugh scoring three times and D Birch once. Caradoe: obtained Rbuddlan's solitary point.
Ffynnongroew. School Migration. At the last meeting of the Holywell Rural Coun- cil Dr Jas Williams, medical officer for the Holy- well (rural) district, reported that the epidemic ot scarlet fever in the Llanasa, Ffynnongroew, and Mostyn districts was stamped out. Measlee had appeared in the Bagillt district. In the Mold district a number of cases of scarlatina were re- ported. He advised that school teachers should prevent, by refusing admission, migration of I children from an infected district. It was decided to communicate the recommendation to the County Education Committee. I
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