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The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16,1899. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 16 November 1899 page Article 2014-08-21 12:06 TiUKrAfALiTY -Aninnuestwas held yctteriay
by tho City Coroner, Mi J O Woore, at the
South Morgno concormng the death of Rutara
Jennings, aged between 50 and CO, who ""i^'l
48 Kow town road, aud WIIS rim over and Um bj
a tram between Cleveland street and NewtoffP
road about 0 p m on iuesduj Mr J KnaBta»
(1 ratho Mnunger) was present to repre-cnt Ita
Tramway Dopai I mo it Uctcn<ed w us tun by «
lady passenger to stop ou to the footboard el tM
tram Iniiuediutoly uftcrwards sho heard a scrap
ing sound, and a girl in the nott compartment of
tho tram exolamied, « Ho Is unisr ti» tan
The train, which was travelling at the use«
speed, was at oneo stopped The driver of (ta
motor, the firoman, and the conductor of the tam
Btatod that the hist intimation thoy had of nu
accident was a sudden Jdk lo the front car m
tram was stopped immed.ntel}, and Jw«u«l»»
found lying undor the front bogie of the last car
Ho appoared to be quito deal A verdict ot at
nnlrmtil rlonth was returned
TRAM FATALITY. — An inquest was held yesterday
by the City Coroner, Mr. J. C. Woore, at the
South Morgue concerning the death of Richard
Jennings, aged between 50 and 60, who resided at
48 Newtown-road, and was run over and killed by
a tram between Cleveland street and Newtown-
road about 9 p.m. on Tuesday. Mr. J. Kneeshaw
(Traffic Manager) was present to represent the
Tramway Department. Deceased was seen by a
lady passenger to stop on to the footboard of the
tram. Immediately afterwards she heard a scrap-
ing sound, and a girl in the next compartment of
the tram exclaimed, " He is undr the tram."
The tram, which was travelling at the usual
speed, was at once stopped. The driver of the
motor, the fireman, and the conductor of the tram
stated that the first intimation they had of the
accident was a sudden jerk to the front car. The
tram was stopped immediately, and deceased was
found lying under the front bogie of the last car.
He appeared to be quite dead. A verdict of ac-
cidental death was returned.
AWFUL TRAM FATALITY A MAN CUT TO PIECES. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Wednesday 15 November 1899 page Article 2014-08-21 11:54 llFMlaiilSMIITI
A MAH^Ui'lro PIECES.
A shocking foam .accident occurred in New
town-road shortly. befqre: 9 e'eloek last night,
by which a man named Bichard Jennings was
instantly killed. Jennings, -wno had been in
employed as afcaveller by Mr. P. R. Dudley,
was proceeding to Enmbre for the purpose of
collecting money. The accident does' not ap
pear to have been actually witnessed by any
one, put a hat was seen to blow out of the
Jennings was its owner, and that he fell ofiE
while endeavoring to alight in order to re
him, and the second car had to be raised ill
order to get the remains out. Dec-eased was
been in business. ? He was a native of Corn
country, one a clergyman, and anoiber an
officer on a mail steamer. Jennings re
cently volunteered' for service in the Trans
vaal, and upon the body was found a com
munication from Colonel Mackenzie, ack
AWFUL TRAM FATALITY
A MAN CUT TO PIECES.
A shocking tram accident occurred in New-
town-road shortly before 9 o'clock last night,
by which a man named Richard Jennings was
instantly killed. Jennings, who had been in
employed as a traveller by Mr. P. R. Dudley,
was proceeding to Enmore for the purpose of
collecting money. The accident does not ap-
pear to have been actually witnessed by any-
one, but a hat was seen to blow out of the
Jennings was its owner, and that he fell off
while endeavoring to alight in order to re-
him, and the second car had to be raised in
order to get the remains out. Deceased was
been in business. He was a native of Corn-
country, one a clergyman, and another an
officer on a mail steamer. Jennings re-
cently volunteered for service in the Trans-
vaal, and upon the body was found a com-
munication from Colonel Mackenzie, ack-
CORONIAL INQUIRIES. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Friday 10 November 1899 page Article 2014-08-21 11:40 COROMAL ENQUIRIES.
The City Coroner held an inquiry at the Bal
death of a. youth named Robert Johnson, 17, who
riding bicycles along the road near Gladesvilie
appear to hav^ seen the sulky, for he crashea
finding of accidental death was' recorded.
Wharf, Miller's Ptfint, on Wednesday night. For
mal evidence of identification having been ten
a.m. on Tuesday, next, at the Coroner's Court
Very Hard on Him.-^Constable to a man ac
cused at the Water Police Court ©t uriving furi
ously: 'Were you ever in a court before?' 'Tea.'1
'Upon wbat charge?' 'Righteous behavior.' -
says: — ?; l i ' ?? '' ? ' . ' ? ' ? '? :
'Rose's Celebrated Eye Lotion effected a most
wonderful cure of my eyes.- I was suffering for
four years and a half, and haa been under treat
ment of nine doctors, froni1 whom I derived, no
weeks I could walk about safely 'by myself . Sola
by fill. Chemists ^nd 'Storekeepers throughput the
polony.— Q. ???''? . '
CORONIAL ENQUIRIES.
The City Coroner held an inquiry at the Bal-
death of a youth named Robert Johnson, 17, who
riding bicycles along the road near Gladesville
appear to have seen the sulky, for he crashed
finding of accidental death was recorded.
Wharf, Miller's Point, on Wednesday night. For-
mal evidence of identification having been ten-
a.m. on Tuesday next, at the Coroner's Court.
Very Hard on Him. — Constable to a man ac-
cused at the Water Police Court of driving furi-
ously: "Were you ever in a court before?" "Yes."
"Upon what charge?" "Righteous behavior."
says: —
"Rose's Celebrated Eye Lotion effected a most
wonderful cure of my eyes. I was suffering for
four years and a half, and had been under treat-
ment of nine doctors, from whom I derived no
weeks I could walk about safely by myself . Sold
by all Chemists and Storekeepers throughout the
colony. — 0.
ACCIDENTS AnD FATALITIES. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Thursday 9 November 1899 page Article 2014-08-21 11:32 Alfred HospitaL Heffernan resides at Concord-
Alfred Hospital. Heffernan resides at Concord-
ACCIDENTS AnD FATALITIES. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Thursday 9 November 1899 page Article 2014-08-21 11:32 Point, shortly before midnight last night, a coal
lumper named. Henry Stevens met with a sudden
deck, a distance of about 20ft. He tell upon
at the Morgue, Circular Quay. Deceased resi
A youth named Bobert Johnson, 17, died in the
this morning from the effects of internal in
said to have collided with a sulky, the -shaft of
James King, 21, a single man, residing at Sep
cart in Market-street last night, receiving con~
was subsequently removed to Prince Alfred Hos
Hotel, was run over by a cart yesterday after
bruised, and had several nasty cuts; but exami
nation by the' medical officers at Sydney Hospital
lad named Edward Hefieman, 14, had his fingers
Alfred HospitaL Heffernan resides at Concord
A ball was given by Lord Braesey at Government
and Lord Raufuriy were present.
Point, shortly before midnight last night, a coal-
lumper named Henry Stevens met with a sudden
deck, a distance of about 20ft. He fell upon
at the Morgue, Circular Quay. Deceased resi-
A youth named Robert Johnson, 17, died in the
this morning from the effects of internal in-
said to have collided with a sulky, the shaft of
James King, 21, a single man, residing at Sep-
cart in Market-street last night, receiving con-
was subsequently removed to Prince Alfred Hos-
Hotel, was run over by a cart yesterday after-
bruised, and had several nasty cuts; but exami-
nation by the medical officers at Sydney Hospital
lad named Edward Heffernan, 14, had his fingers
Alfred HospitaL Heffernan resides at Concord-
A ball was given by Lord Brassey at Government
and Lord Ranfurly were present.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 11 November 1899 page Advertising 2014-08-21 11:16 .*l),TLSON.-Tbe 1-ricnds ol' Messrs. GEORGE,
S » FRANK. THOMAS, und 30HN WILSON nrn
I; .-11- invited^'tind tho Funeral of their late beloved
'.ioiJIER. M' . i -n-.ah .' ; lo move from her Into
residence. Cir. ch-.ree' ...:.-, TO-ïtORBOW (Snadiiv)
AFTERNOl- , o'. 4 o: ... i.irSt. Ann's C iueti-ry. '
i V".IOD and COMPANY,
TP|., .'20. I'uneriil Directors.
"Tl'ir-SON .-llL Friends of Mr. und Mrs. H. OAL
*V LA, .0 ure kindly invited to attend tho Funeral r.f
O-cirlat.-b.i rr-l ny. SNDJlOTOKIt. Mrs. Hannah Wil
,-':m,whi-,; i-.ill uno h r late ri-sidnnce. Chureh-slrccl,
Rfdu. '.O-MOniiOV .Siiiiilav) AFTERNOON, nt 4
o'clock, fur St. Am's {'<- in-tei v," (¡vele,
Tel., 720. _ Funeral Directors.
T>OCTHE.-TheI'ricml* of JfvTañTlMii'. ItlíñMONn
g% ROCIii", ore respiKitfiilh-invite 1 to attend (ho Fnncral
of their lute dearly loved twin DAUGHTER, Ellen Mary ;
to leavo Their resldenue,'!]!) Aberciombi :-st}eel, TO-MOIÏ
ROW, at l.<5 p.m., for li. <'. Cometen-. Rookwood.
Tel.. 4îi.
WE ARE prepared al any hour, day or night, to
attend calls for our Services whero required.
tlODERN EMBALMING (a simple method) al prac-
tised ;by us is a pionouuccd success,
WOOD ANDCOSiPANY,
tV i Hil) .ind COMPANY.
T2Ö Telephone 72d.
P12 Ucorgc-utrcet,
WILSON. — The Friends of Messrs. GEORGE,
FRANK, THOMAS, and JOHN WILSON are
kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved
MOTHER, Mrs. Hannah Wilson ; to move from her late
residence, Church-street, Ryde, TO-MORROW (Sunday)
AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for St. Ann's Cemetery.
WOOD and COMPANY,
Tel., 726. Funeral Directors.
WILSON. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. GAL-
LARD are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of
their late beloved GRANDMOTHER, Mrs. Hannah Wil-
son, which will leave her late residece, Church-street,
Ryde, TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at 4
o'clock, for St. Ann's Cemetery, Ryde.
Tel., 726. Funeral Directors.
ROCHE. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. REDMOND
ROCHE are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral
of their late dearly loved twin DAUGHTER, Ellen Mary ;
to leave their residence, 119 Abercrombie-street, TO-MOR-
ROW, at 1.45 p.m., for R. C. Cemetery. Rookwood.
Tel., 424.
WE ARE prepared at any hour, day or night, to
attend calls for our Services where required.
MODERN EMBALMING (a simple method) as prac-
tised by us is a pronounced success.
WOOD AND COMPANY,
WOOD and COMPANY,
726 Telephone 726.
812 George-street.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 11 November 1899 page Advertising 2014-08-21 11:01 XJSTTLSON.-Tho IVicnils of thèlate Mm. HANNAH
T T WILSON ure kindly invited to iittenil her Funeral,
which wiU move from her lalo ic.-ddegoe. Church-street,
Hyde. IO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at 4
o'clock for St. Ann's Ceinclcry.
Tel.. 720,_"^"iTi'' Directors,
TT71.LSON.-Tho Friends nf Mr... SARAH M'PIIAIL
VT »ni kindly invited lo attend the Funeral uf bul- late
beloved MOTHER, Mm. Hannah Wilson ; to movo fr ,-,n
her lalo resilience, Church-street, Ryde, TO-MORROW
(Sundoy) AFTERNOON, at i o'clock, for St. Ann's Come
tory.
Tel., 720. Funeral Directors.
WLLSON.-Thc Friends nf Mm. M. T. O'SHEA are
kindly invited tn attend thc funeral of her lute be-
her Into residence, Church-street, Hyde, TO-MORROW
(Sunday), AFTERNOON, nt 4 o'clock, fer St. Aim's
Tel., 720._^Funeral Piree!ors.
WÍLSON.-The Friends of Mra. IVIULlTäro IrirwTv
invited to attend tho Funeral of lier late belovrd
- MOTHER, Mrs. Hannah Wilsen: to move from ber late
residence. Church-street. Ryde, TO-MORROW (Sunday)
AFTERNOON, nw o'clock, for St. Ann's Cemetery.
Tel., 720._
WILSON.-Tbc Friends of M rs. C. J. PITT am kindly
invited to attend tho Funcril nf her late beloved
MOTHER, Hm. Hannah Wilson, which trill move from
her late residence, TO-MORKOW (Suniuv) AFTER-
NOON, at 4 o'clock, for St. Ann's Cemetery, ílvdc.
"j K, 72G. Funeral Dircctois.
.«TTILSON.-Tlio Friends of Mxn. W. G. PHILLIPS
' TT -.i*- kindly invited tn ntt.cntl tho Funeral nf ber lute
belo- ~" "lOTHER, Mrs. Hannah Wilson; to move front
her i"l' ? jsideneo Chnreh-.lreot, Tlvde, TO-MORROW
<Su¡ '' AFTERNOON, al « u"c!ai k,' for St. Ann's Ceme-
7-' 72S. Funeral Directors.
WOOD nnd COMPANY,
WOOD ¡iud COMPANY,
WOOD und COMPANY',
WOOD and COMP A vY,
WILSON. — The Friends of the late Mrs. HANNAH
WILSON are kindly invited to attend her Funeral,
which will move from her late residence, Church-street,
Ryde, TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at 4
o'clock for St. Ann's Cemetery.
Tel., 726. Funeral Directors.
WILSON. — The Friends of Mrs. SARAH McPHAIL
are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her late
beloved MOTHER, Mrs. Hannah Wilson ; to move from
her late residence, Church-street, Ryde, TO-MORROW
(Sunday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for St. Ann's Ceme-
tery.
Tel., 726. Funeral Directors.
WILSON. — The Friends of Mrs. M. T. O'SHEA are
kindly invited to attend the funeral of her late be-
her late residence, Church-street, Ryde, TO-MORROW
(Sunday), AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for St. Ann's
Tel., 726. Funeral Directors.
WILSON. — The Friends of Mrs. P. HILL are kindly
invited to attend the Funeral of her late beloved
MOTHER, Mrs. Hannah Wilson : to move from her late
residence, Church-street, Ryde, TO-MORROW (Sunday)
AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for St. Ann's Cemetery.
Tel., 726.
WILSON. — The Friends of Mrs. C. J. PITT are kindly
invited to attend the Funeral of her late beloved
MOTHER, Mrs. Hannah Wilson, which will move from
her late residence, TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTER-
NOON, at 4 o'clock, for St. Ann's Cemetery, Ryde.
Tel., 726. Funeral Directors.
WILSON. — The Friends of Mrs. W. G. PHILLIPS
are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her late
beloved MOTHER, Mrs. Hannah Wilson ; to move from
her late residence Church-street, Ryde, TO-MORROW
(Sunday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for St. Ann's Ceme-
Tel., 726. Funeral Directors.
WOOD and COMPANY,
WOOD and COMPANY,
WOOD and COMPANY,
WOOD and COMPANY,
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 11 November 1899 page Advertising 2014-08-21 10:37 FADDY.-The Friends of Mr. GEORGE FREDERICK
beloved WIFE ; to leave her residence, 7 Alexander-  
street, Surry Hills, TO-MORROW. Sunduy, at 2.3), for
verley._ _
FADDY.-The Friends of FREDERICK GEORGE,
FADDY.-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. THOMAS
of their beloved MOTHER:, Mrs. Faddy ; to leave her late  
FADDY.-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. 'J'. BRYANT
beloved MOTHER, Mrs. Faddy; to leave her late res-
idence. 7 Alexander-street, Surry Hills, TO-MORROW
_W. CARTER, Undertaker, Waverley.
FADDY.-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM  
Sunday, at 2.30, for- Waverley Cemetery.
_W. OAR PEI!. Undertaker, Waverley.
_ - . _attend the Funeral of
their beloved MOTHER : to leave 7 Alexander
street, Surry Hills , TO-MORROW, Sunday, at 2.30, for
Waverley Cemetery,
_W. CARTER, Unilortukcr, Waverley.
HUGHES.-The Friends nf thc latcl'lIOMAR Rl!S
SELL HUGHES, late nf Y'oung. uro kindly invited
lo utlcnd his Funeral ; to move from bis lute iciidcncc, lo
Tivoii-strcet, Paddington, TO-MOÜICOW (Eunduy) AF-
TERNOON, at a quurter to 3 o'clock, to Waverley Ceme
Icjy.
Tel.. 092. 110 Oxford-st.. and Queen's Cross, D'hurst.
ADA ALICE, and IDA
FADDY. — The Friends of Mr. GEORGE FREDERICK
his beloved WIFE ; to leave his residence, 7 Alexander-  
street, Surry Hills, TO-MORROW, Sunday, at 2.30, for
verley.
FADDY. — The Friends of FREDERICK GEORGE,
FADDY. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. THOMAS
of their beloved MOTHER, Mrs. Faddy ; to leave her late
FADDY. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. BRYANT
beloved MOTHER, Mrs. Faddy ; to leave her late resi-
dence, 7 Alexander-street, Surry Hills, TO-MORROW
W. CARTER, Undertaker, Waverley.
FADDY. — The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM  
Sunday, at 2.30, for Waverley Cemetery.
W. CARTER, Undertaker, Waverley.
FADDY are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of
their beloved MOTHER : to leave 7 Alexander-
street, Surry Hills, TO-MORROW, Sunday, at 2.30, for
Waverley Cemetery.
W. CARTER, Undertaker, Waverley.
HUGHES. — The Friends of the late THOMAS RUS-
SELL HUGHES, late of Young, are kindly invited
to attend his Funeral ; to move from his late residence, 10
Tivoli-street, Paddington, TO-MORROW (Sunday) AF-
TERNOON, at a quarter to 3 o'clock, to Waverley Ceme-
tery.
Tel., 992. 116 Oxford-st., and Queen's Cross, D'hurst.
FADDY. — The Friends of ADA ALICE, and IDA
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 11 November 1899 page Advertising 2014-08-21 10:25 fJlHE Friends of Mrs. it. A. MURPllYund Mr. J.
JL MURPHY'. Jun,, ure kitidlv invited to attend tho
Funeral of their dullly beloved HI'SBAND and
I'ATHEH; to leave fruin Rookwood railway st ilion nt
noon. Load, hut not forpvtten.
EYDON\-ThT7!7kitííes"und FricnrhTut tho lalo Mr.
CHARLES WESLE1' HEYDON uro lrindly invited
lo nttend bis Funeral, which will move frnm his late resi-
dence, York-pbice, u'.ï Wise-street. Unlmnin West, THIS
ISaturday) AFIERN'OON, ntSo'cloek, for Balmain Ceme-
Undertakers and Embalmers. Sydney, Balmain, Ac.
MURPHY.-TlioTFmirr.il of tue h.û~Mr. .TtinÑ
WOOD and COMTANY,
MURPHY will take place at lll-j IL O. Cemetery.
Rookwood, 'PHIS AcXKHNOO.V, ut .",.30. Friends please
take funeral troin Icivino: Moiluurv station 2.25 p.ui.
Tel.. *U._
BROCK.-The Friends of the late Mr. ROBERT
water. TO-MORROW (Sunday), at 12 o'clock noon, for
T. WAUGH and COMPANY, Undertakers andiEm
balmeis, Corso. Manly. Telephone, -12.
Central Oilier,
112 George-atrr et.
THE Friends of Mrs. M. A. MURPHY and Mr. J.
MURPHY, Jun., are kindly invited to attend the
Funeral of their dearly beloved HUSBAND and
FATHER ; to leave from Rookwood railway station at
noon. Dead, but not forgotten.
HEYDON. — The Relatives and Friends of the late Mr.
CHARLES WESLEY HEYDON are kindly invited
to attend his Funeral, which will move from his late resi-
dence, York-place, off Wise-street, Balmain West, THIS
(Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, for Balmain Ceme-
Undertakers and Embalmers, Sydney, Balmain, &c.
MURPHY. — The Funeral of the late Mr. JOHN
WOOD and COMPANY,
MURPHY will take place at the R. C. Cemetery,
Rookwood, THIS AFTERNOON, at 3.30. Friends please
take funeral train leaving Mortuary Station 2.25 p.m.
Tel., 424,
BROCK. — The Friends of the late Mr. ROBERT
water, TO-MORROW (Sunday), at 12 o'clock noon, for
T. WAUGH and COMPANY, Undertakers and Em-
balmers, Corso, Manly. Telephone, 42.
Central Office,
812 George-street.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 11 November 1899 page Advertising 2014-08-21 10:14 TUE Friends of Mr. IL CÜBILVÑ oró" respectfully
invited to attend thc Funeral ol'his-dearly-beloved
WIFE, Margaret ; to move fromhrr late rcsiiUr.ee. Pnrkor
«treet, Granville, THIS (Satuulav) AI-' I'EUNOON.at 2.30.
for tho Presbytcrinii Cemetery, Rookwood. HEKI'.I'.RT
WILKINSON. Undertaker und Embalmer, Parramatta.
*¥" ORD CLY'DE LÓlATíÑuTriTpTÁ.l-'.S., Úi^viÜcT
JLJ Tlic Slcmbem of the nhove ure reciuested to nttend the
Fnaeral of tho late WIFE of P.iothcr Hugh Cobbm ;
; from her late residence, 'Parker-street, Granville,
__l-l Muster.
MAHER.-The Friends cf "the lat»- THOMAS MAHER
oro kindly invited lo uf.en.i bis Funeral; to move
from thc lvsidcneo of Mri-. .Tohnonn, .-til Chelsc-i-street,
Redfern, THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, nt half-past 2
.'cluck, to Wnverh'v Cemetery.
Tel.. 002.
CHAS. KINriiiLA', Funeral Director.
111! Oxford-street, 705 lioorge-slrect.
THE Friends of Mr. H. COBBAN are respectfully
invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly-beloved
WIFE, Margaret ; to move from her late residence, Parker-
street, Granville, THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 2.30,
for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Rookwood. HERBERT
WILKINSON, Undertaker and Embalmer, Parramatta.
LORD CLYDE LODGE, No. 71, P.A.F.S., Granville. —
The Members of the above are requested to attend the
Funeral of the late WIFE of Brother Hugh Cobban ;
to move from her late residence, Parker-street, Granville, to Rookwood Cemetery at 2.30 p.m.
V. BROWN, Past Grand Master.
MAHER. — The Friends of the late THOMAS MAHER
are kindly invited to attend his Funeral ; to move
from the residence of Mrs. Johnson, 39 Chelsea-street,
Redfern, THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at half-past 2
o'clock, to Waverley Cemetery.
Tel., 992.
CHAS. KINSELA, Funeral Director.
116 Oxford-street, 765 George-street.

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