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JANUARY
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Dr. Bill Gransbury (Chairman), Anthony Schubert (secretary), Ian Williamson (treasurer), Anne Batten, Chris Russack, Ted Hopkins, Elizabeth and Bill Sibley, Barry Chinner, Leo Leggett and Bernie Conley.

APOLOGIES: Merle Hopkins, Viv Fiebiger, Joe Doddrige and Wendy Koch.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the November 2014 meeting were moved Leo, seconded Barry.

BUSINESS ARISING:
Storage Area – Bill and Elizabeth Sibley may be able to provide some trestles for sorting in the new storage area at Health On Washington. This coming Saturday at 2 p.m. is the preferred time to move gear from Ian’s to the new storage facility. Ian to look into carpet/carpet snakes and some permanent tables to purchase from Co-op Store.

Vintage Festival Display – Blacksmiths are covered for this period for opening shop. Luke Rothe will have and possibly Vicki March will have items to lend. Chris to look into some display boards.

Andrew Plush Photographs – 20-30 photos with text still to be worked on.
Clock – Has been ordered from Switzerland.

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN – $100 from Jenny Schubert towards St. Michael’s Sword restoration.
Enquiry regarding history of old house opposite The Leader at 31 Dean Street, Angaston. Formerly Gwen
Turner’s up until around 1980. Anthony looking into it. Apparently it was once a school around 1869.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $19,550.24.

ABOUT TIME: Chris to fill in registration form for the display concentrating on World War I in Old Union Chapel from May 29-31. Suggest have school children visit on Friday with the launch on Friday night and Tony Wege a possible guest speaker. Anthony to gather names of those from Angaston involved in the war. Suggested name was Angaston Remembers.

BLACKSMITH: Blacksmiths are covered (insurance wise) through the Blacksmiths Association. A new sign has been made and some name tags as well.

WAGGON: Ted is contacting The Barossa Council (Peter Bice) regarding moving it back to the Memorial Reserve from The Men’s Shed.

OLD ANGASTON MAP: The map is available on USB for $45 plus postage.

ANGASTONIANS: Chris is working on “Honour Roll: 175 Angastonians” for the proposed 175th Angaston birthday celebrations.

ANGASTON GROUPS: Bill will attend next meeting between A&PHS, Machinery Preservation and Angaston Management Group on February 18.

OTHER BUSINESS:
Weber Donation: Barry Rasmus has donated an old ledger book with recipes as well in it. The book was the property of Friedrich Wilhelm Weber, May 6, 1879. He used to be a butcher in Penrice at what is now number 120 Penrice Road. Friedrich was the father of Barry’s mother, Vera (Rasmus) and uncle, Len Weber.

Sword: Jenny Schubert has donated $100 towards restoring St. Michael’s Sword in the Memorial Reserve. Proceeds from About Time to go towards the project. Grants may be available through the RSL. A knife maker at Seppeltsfield could help the project.

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 9 p.m.

MEETINGS: February 23, March 23, April 14-19 Vintage Festival display and helpers needed, April 28, May is history month Armed Forces/Gallipoli, May 26, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 27 (AGM), November 24, December 8 Christmas Party.
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FEBRUARY
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, 24 February 2015 at 7.30 pm

PRESENT: Chris Russack, (Deputy Chairman) Leo Leggett, Barry Chinner, Bill Sibley, Ian Williamson (Treasurer), Wendy Koch, Bernie Conley and Elizabeth Sibley (Acting Secretary).
APOLOGIES: Dr Bill Gransbury, Anthony Schubert, Anne Batten, Viv Fiebiger, Joe Doddridge

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of January 27 2015 were confirmed, moved Barry, 2nd Elizabeth. Carried

BUSINESS ARISING:
Photographs for Andrew Plush – Barry reported Andrew too busy at present – will follow up.
APHS Collection – Most things from Ian’s and Chapel now at Washington Street Storage. Anne, Barry, Ian, Anthony, Bill & Elizabeth did the shifting. Trestles on loan as long as required from Angaston Uniting Church.
Carpet by door purchased by Ian.
Blacksmith Shop – Leo reported a blacksmith had burnt hand – reported to Chairman Bill. The first aid kit there is old and dusty, ask Dr Bill to check and upgrade.
Vintage Festival Display in Annexe April 15 – 19, set up on 14th. Those preparing various displays to “keep moving” on them. Referred to November meeting list – see next page. Display board available: Barry – 4 at Town Hall; 2 AMG, possibly 1 or 2 at Angaston Primary School. 8 tables from Angaston Lions, plus trestles at Town Hall. Need to have it all finalised at March APHS Meeting. Roster: Wendy has it almost complete.
About Time “Angaston Remembers” Display at Chapel May 28-31, set up 17th. Focussing on WW 1. Tony Wege will speak, possibly on the Friday night launch - he will include “Women in War”. Elizabeth asked if we would like hand-knitted red poppies to add to our display –she will talk to Anne about how/where we could use them. Probus Knitta Natters offering them.
Clock progress – arriving in around 4 weeks.
Wagon – to be stored at John Fallands. Request received that maybe it could be used as Angaston Town Float, with a plastic horse if one can be found, all on a trailer.
Angaston 175th – Chris says: work in progress
Sword Replacement – Did Dr Bill attend a meeting with Sam Hosking? Moved Bill S, 2nd Ian that Blacksmiths could make a sword, money donated by Jenny Schubert could be used to cover cost of materials. Carried. Letter to be written to Jenny (not by Anthony) when sword is complete, thanking her for the donation.
Map restoration – nothing further

FINANCIAL REPORT $19,545.26 in Bank, of which $5,539 being held for Clock project. Moved Ian, 2nd Bernie this be accepted. Carried.
Membership: Ian gave spreadsheet to Viv Fiebiger today.

OTHER BUSINESS:
Angaston Station Working Group: Meeting on 18th March. Moved Leo, 2nd Bernie that Bill S, Barry & Ian be our reps.
Inquiries - 31 Dean Street, Angaston – completed.
Storage at Health on Washington – Moved Barry, 2nd Ian that Sibleys order 4 metal Shelves @ $299 ea and 1 metal Cabinet with hanging space @ $139 from Angaston Hardware. Carried.
Canon – Anthony not had any luck with where it came from. Barry spoken to Joan Weber (husband Derek had been Secretary of RSL), she will speak to her son Richard. Advert in “Leader” – nothing known so far.
Angaston Town Hall theatre Chairs – Chris suggested when they are no longer required APHS acquire a couple just to keep for history!
Turners Van will be on display at Angaston Show this Saturday.
Angaston Stone Bridge 150 yrs December this year. Celebration to be discussed.

MEETING closed at 8.55 pm

MEETINGS: March 23, (April 14-19 Vintage Festival Display in Annexe), April 28, May 26, (May 28-31 “Angaston Remembers”), June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 27 (AGM) November 24, December 8 Christmas Party
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2015 7 months 2 weeks ago #114

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MARCH
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Ian Williamson (Chairman/Treasurer), Anthony Schubert (secretary), Anne Batten, Merle and Ted Hopkins, Elizabeth and Bill Sibley, Barry Chinner, Leo Leggett, Simon and Jan McKenzie, Wendy Koch and Bernie Conley.

APOLOGIES: Bob Page, Chris Russack, Vicki March, Viv Fiebiger, Joe Doddridge and Bill Gransbury.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the February 2015 meeting were moved Barry, seconded Bill Sibley.

BUSINESS ARISING:
Storage Area – Storage shelving is in “Skull Cave” under Health On Washington ready for installing/assembling and it was decided that after the Vintage Festival it will be easier to dedicate the time to this. Ian to contact Bill Gransbury re-installing the data logger into the area.

Vintage Festival Display – Set up on Tuesday, April 14 from 9 a.m. Wendy has virtually finalised the roster which has been distributed and dismantle on Sunday, April 19 from around 3 p.m.

About Time Display in May – Copies of insurance/public liability needed by Council for hire approval. Ian to locate. It was agreed that both Nuriootpa and Tanunda RSL’s be invited to view the display along with schools.

Railway/Machinery Preservation Society – Ian, Bill Sibley and Barry Chinner all met at the former railway yard recently with other groups. The State Government have had the land handed over to them from the Federal Government but are still to hand it to The Barossa Council. The official name of the project is now the Angaston Station Working Party. The Machinery Preservation Society are prepared to house/maintain the Turner’s Butcher Van. The train turntable and water tower will also to be restored. Bill Sibley and Ian commented on some sort of “welcome entrance area” which should be viewable in the future at the railway area to entice tourists up there. Ideally it is needed so that it can be seen by tourists looking from the Memorial Park up South Terrace toward the current/former old railway barracks behind the former Fiebiger/Eblen/Jarvis car yard.

Waggon – The old waggon from the Memorial Reserve has been fully restored by the Men’s Shed and is now in storage at John Falland Australia, Nuriootpa until a suitable site in Angaston is found or until John Falland asks for it to be removed from his premises. Bill Gransbury needs to see John Angas (The Barossa Council) regarding an amount of approximately $300 being paid to the Men’s Shed in regards to some of the restoration.

St. Michael’s Sword - Two quotes had been received. John Woffinden $18,000 and Tony Wilkey $200 for the replacement of the sword which has been missing for many years. Barry moved and Anthony seconded that Tony be awarded the contract, carried. Bill Gransbury to pass on photos of the statue with the sword for Tony to get an idea of the shape, etc.

Old Angaston Map – Still work in progress regarding the restoration.

Canon – Anthony and Barry have bee investigating the history of the canon in the Memorial Reserve which used to be at the former Angaston RSL Hall between Murray and Hill Streets (end of Shemmeld Lane, now replaced by a private house). Anthony had no luck with State RSL or the Army Museum S.A. in regards to this. However, Barry had some luck - The canon in the Memorial Reserve is called a 25 pounder, a very efficient British made Field gun from WWII. After the war these were offered to R.S.L. clubs. Joan Weber’s son, Richard (son of Derek Weber, former Angaston RSL Secretary) remembers it came to Angaston in the early 1950’s. Other RSL clubs have had theirs rejuvenated, cleaned, repaired, painted and displayed in a prominent position in town. Anthony to have another look through minute books of Angaston RSL as he may have missed the information the first time.

Membership – Ian and Viv have gone through the spreadsheet updating of membership list.

Town Clock – On its way from Switzerland. Should be enough pledges/donations to cover the cost. Jorn Jensen and Phil Burgess to help erect it.

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN – None.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $18,936.21 in bank. Post Office box renewal is due -$27. Burnside Probus Club have donated around $300 for a tour of the blacksmith shop. Ian to check with the bank regarding the society’s signatories on cheques and the possibility of changing over to internet banking. Ian also to check with Bill Gransbury regarding grant money.

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 9 p.m.

MEETINGS: April 14-19 Vintage Festival display and set-up/dismantle, April 28, May 26, May 28-31 About Time/Angaston Remembers, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 27 (AGM), November 24, December 8 Christmas Party
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APRIL
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Bill Gransbury (President/Chairman), Anthony Schubert (secretary), Anne Batten, Ted Hopkins, Elizabeth and Bill Sibley, Barry Chinner, Ian Williamson and Bernie Conley.

APOLOGIES: Chris Russack, Leo Leggett, Viv Fiebiger, Joe Doddridge and Merle Hopkins.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the March 2015 meeting were moved Ted, seconded Barry.

BUSINESS ARISING:
Storage Area – After the “About Time” function it is proposed to try and start cataloguing the items in “Skull Cave”.

Vintage Festival Display – Funds raised are noted in financial report below. It was felt that signs on Eudunda Farmers (Foodland)/Angaston Hotel corner helped to attract visitors to the Town Hall Annexe.

About Time – Members are collecting items in connection with various Angaston WWI and WWII soldiers for the event along with other war artefacts. A sign near Day Off Peter/St. Michael’s Memorial would be a help to attract visitors to the Chapel to view the display. Barry to see Kathy Romeo regarding flyers for the event and he will also do article for The Leader. Set up will be Thursday, May 28 for the May 29-31 event.

Railway/Machinery Preservation Society – Ian to attend next meeting on May 13. It is earmarked that the former Barracks may be demolished. Will be easier to “look into” when more concrete plans are drawn up.

Wagon – The site upgrade in the Memorial Reserve is looking at around $18,986. Bill Gransbury to see John Angas regarding the possible covering or non-covering of the wagon when it is re-installed at the Reserve.

St. Michael’s Sword – Bill Gransbury has indicated that this project is ‘becoming too hard’ and if anyone wishes to take it on he has a folder with all the correspondence regarding the proposed new sword.

Old Angaston Map – Still work in progress regarding the restoration.

Doddridge Photo – Tony Robinson has donated two photographs of the late Hardy Doddridge which were taken in the middle to late 1970’s.

Town Clock – The Town Clock was installed above the former Keightley Jeweller Shop (still owned by the Keightley family) on April 22. Jorn Jensen and Phil Burgess helped erect it. Bill Gransbury to send thank you letter to Phil and Jorn.
Angaston Quilters also donated $1,533.75 (Jo Adams) towards the clock from their Vintage Festival display.

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN – History Festival booklet.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $16,430.76 in bank. $511.90 were gate takings at the Vintage Festival Town Hall Annexe display and with book/photo sales it was a total of $594.40.

BLACKSMITH SHOP: Work for the Dole scheme volunteers could be helpful in the future? Bill Gransbury will register this organisation’s interest.

ANGASTON’S 175TH BIRTHDAY: In 2017 the “Angastonians” and other events could he held/organized.
The newly formed group Angaston Inc. (Angaston Management Group) are also interested in the function/s.

THANK YOU FAREWELL: A thank you/farewell function will be held at the Barossa Brauhaus Hotel on May 13 in recognition of the work that Joe Doddridge and Ron Schilling have done at the Blacksmith Shop over the years.

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 9.25 p.m.

MEETINGS: May 26; May 28-31 About Time/Angaston Remembers; June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 27 (AGM), November 24, December 8 Christmas Party with possible incorporation of 150th Anniversary of opening of Angaston/Nuriootpa Road Bridge (prior to Saltram Winery when heading to Nuriootpa). The Governor, Sir Dominick Daly opened it and Miss Salter, escorted by G. F. Angas, broke the bottle, Dec. 6, 1865.
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MAY
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, 26 May 2015 at 7.30 pm

PRESENT: Bill Gransbury (Chairperson), Chris Russack, Leo Leggett, Barry Chinner, Bill Sibley, Ian Williamson (Treasurer), Anne Batten, Ted Hopkins, David Mitchell, Peter Flaherty and Elizabeth Sibley (Acting Secretary).
APOLOGIES: Anthony Schubert, Kingsley Ireland, Bernie Conley, Merle Hopkins.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of April 28, 2015 were confirmed, moved Ted, 2nd Barry. Carried

CORRESPONDENCE: Letter from Steven Norman re grave sites of Thomas Henry Pearce (“Quiet Stockman) and Herbert Henry Bryant (the “Dandy”) in Angaston Cemetery. Could be a project, to be discussed next meeting.

BUSINESS ARISING:
“Angaston Remembers” World War 1 & 2 Display at Chapel May 28-31.
Layout: Hard to envisage till we know what we have to display. Tables available, can get more from Lions. Use 4 pews + chairs in Chapel kitchen (makes about 30 seats) for Friday night.
Requirements & Gift for Tony Wege: Chris to check screen/powerpoint, Elizabeth to purchase gift (up to $25) from Gully Gardens, several bottles of wine offered. Tony to speak at 7.00 pm.
Shifting Pews: Sibley grandsons available Wednesday after school, meet at Chapel 4.00 pm. Leave 4 pews.
Set up on Thursday: 10 am
Advertising: Barry and Anthony sent emails to all they know! Barry created and printed small flyers, which he has distributed; Two A-frames made by Peter to display suitable posters (thankyou Peter); Leader advert and write-ups seen to by Barry.
Angaston Primary School bringing a display (Thursday am), students plan to visit on Friday morning.
Supper: Anzac biscuits to be made by Anne & Elizabeth, Leo offered some from Jill. Angaston Lions have offered disposable cups, sugar, and coffee tea. Anne & Eliz. bring milk. This to be for supper on the Friday night when Tony is there.
Display items/photos at Skull Cave: To be collected Thursday am, includes white Leader paper.
Gold coin donation – have money tin there.
Blacksmith Shop – Work for dole scheme volunteers – had given a couple a try. Our application to do this approved. Leo stressed that each volunteer is responsible for their own safety. Police Checks: not necessary just now, could be required for “dole volunteers”.
AMG/APHS/Machinery Preservation – Angaston Station meetings: Ian reported on last meeting – we suggest a “site meeting” with Machinery Preservation be held soon, to determine area of our site. We need to have our plans well advanced so when the OK comes we can move straight on with building. Bill G to speak to ………………re creative ideas for use of our building/site, Machinery Preservation have an architect who could possibly assist with plan/ideas.
Wagon – at John Fallands. Eventually we would like it stored at our Railway Yard facility. Too costly to cover it at the Angaston Memorial Park.
APHS Collection/Skull Cave on Washington Street. Leave till May Display is over, get into it soon.
Angaston 175th – (2017) This idea to be worked on
Sword Replacement – Bill G has folder a/v if anyone interested in following up. What about a wooden sword?
Map restoration – Anne reported: nothing further! Anne and Ian to check grant application date still valid. (Bill G advised next day that that date is 30/09/2015)

FINANCIAL REPORT: $15,150.00 (approx.) in Bank.
MEMBERSHIP: Viv will send out subscription notices soon (subs due June 30).
REGIONAL HERITAGE GROUP: Bill reported on last meeting.

OTHER BUSINESS:
Photocopier: Ian had opportunity to get a free one from The Barossa Council – which he did! It is in Skull Cave and Barry has had it working. Ask Secretary Anthony to write to council expressing our sincere thanks.
Angaston Bridge’s Birthday: The Bridge Party in December this year (150 years). Make plans next meeting.
MEETING closed at ?? pm – didn’t look at time!
MEETINGS: May 28-31 “Angaston Remembers”, June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 27 (AGM) November 24, December 8 Christmas Party (with possible incorporation of 150th Anniversary of opening of Angaston/Nuriootpa Road Bridge..
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2015 7 months 2 weeks ago #117

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JUNE
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.
MINUTES OF THE GENERAL MEETING
Held in the Old Union Chapel, Angaston on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 7.30 p.m.

PRESENT: Bill Gransbury (President/Chairman), Anthony Schubert (secretary), Anne Batten, Ted Hopkins, Elizabeth and Bill Sibley, Barry Chinner, Ian Williamson (treasurer) and Leo Leggett.

APOLOGIES: Chris Russack, Grant and Rebecca Chapman, Viv Fiebiger, Joe Doddridge and Merle Hopkins.

PREVIOUS MINUTES: Minutes of the May 2015 meeting were moved Ian, seconded Bill.

BUSINESS ARISING:
Storage Area – Those interested to meet at “Skull Cave” this coming Sunday at 3.30 p.m. to erect shelves ready for storage. Bill Gransbury to see Michael Ryan regarding a key lock at the site instead of travelling to the Old Chapel every time for a key. Also inside door at entrance to main storage room to be checked on whether there is a key available or if it is the same key as the entrance door. Door snakes also required.

About Time – The display was well received along with Tony Wege’s talk. Tony’s talk could be done again due to the attendance at the last one which could involve Angaston Hospital Staff due to the part about Nurse Drummond who was stationed at Angaston for two years before World War II. A plaque in the hospital could be erected in Nurse Drummond’s memory. Takings were $182.30 over the three days.

Angaston Station Working Party – Ian, Barry and Bill reported on this project from a recent meeting. The lengthy discussion raised numerous points:
1. Is a community meeting a good idea to have the town’s people involved in the planning?
2. Who will lease/own the area – who will “run it” – rates/taxes payments?
3. What is the time frame before all legal documents are finalised so any work can proceed?
4. Some sort of design brief needed – is there possible financial support for it?
5. Need to speak to Machinery Preservation Society re what financial support is available if needed.
6. Sam Hosking, Heritage Advisor from The Barossa Council is interested in the planning of it.
7. Angaston Management Group (Angaston Inc.) and The Barossa Council – What are their roles?
8. What is the A&PHS future in the area and what will be the Machinery Preservation Society’s role?
9. Is a museum/coffee shop/tourist facilities needed in place of old barracks, in the current station or even at all?
10. Restoration of old station is required – then what is the future of it – and how safe is it (fire/vandalism proof)?
11. Ian and Barry will meet with Machinery representatives before the next A&PHS meeting.

Strategic Plan – Bill Gransbury has been through the last plan and updated it. Members to peruse it and advise of their thoughts/alterations on the document at next meeting or via email.

Old Angaston Map – Anne has rang the lady in charge at Artlab about it and it is still progressing. Perhaps she can be the guest speaker at this year’s AGM on October 27?

Angaston Bridge Birthday – This event to be held in conjunction with the Annual Christmas Party on December 8. Elizabeth is doing up a precise of the opening in 1865. Anthony to contact The Barossa Council re closing of road from 5.00-6.30 p.m. on the day. Bill Gransbury to invite the present Governor Hieu Van Le and other dignatories.

Sibley Quarries – Gawler Park Fruit – Elizabeth Sibley has donated to the society her small history booklets on the former Sibley Quarry and former Gawler Park Packing House/Gawler Park Fruit Company.

CORRESPONDENCE:
IN – Letter from Richard Bonnett advising of his work and $50 fee for the new Blacksmith Shop sign. Anthony to send thank you letter along with remittance.

FINANCIAL REPORT: $19,069.49 in bank. $182.30 were gate takings at the About Time War display in May. The grant for $3,000 for “Skull Cave” had been received and $2,655 had been used on cupboard and floor repairs. This leaves $345 to spend. Membership money has also been received and banked.

BLACKSMITH SHOP: More brochures needed to be printed by Collotype who have done them in the past. Bill Gransbury to work on an advert for more volunteers/tour guides.

ANGASTON’S 175TH BIRTHDAY: “Angastonians” is being worked on by Chris Russack and Anthony Schubert. Anthony is researching the Angaston Cemeteries (old and current) for any “famous” type Angaston connections.

CLOSE: Meeting concluded at 9.30 p.m.

MEETINGS: July 28, August 25, September 22, October 27 (AGM), November 24, December 8 Christmas Party with incorporation of 150th Anniversary of opening of Angaston/Nuriootpa Road Bridge (prior to Saltram Winery when heading to Nuriootpa). Governor, Sir Dominick Daly opened it and Miss Salter, escorted by G. F. Angas, broke the bottle on December 6, 1865.
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