Neighbours receive advice that removal of asbestos roof to commence 19 September 2011 (weather permitting).
Development Application to Demolish Building
Development Application D/2009/474 lodged 13 November 2009. Leichhardt Council rejected the Application on 14 July 2010. Onsite Inspection and Appeal Hearing listed for 9 November 2010. Appeal adjourned to 15 November 2010. Decision to be given 1pm 16 November 2010. April 2011: New Development Application to build Attic Bedrooms (modification D/2011/156) ..More
Film Production and Recording studio...more
"MR.K.S. BUTTON DIES AT LAUNCESTON
... After petitioner's return from a trip to England he on several occasions, at Canterbury quarrelled with her because she would not yield to his demands that she should sell her shares in Button's Pty. Ltd., and let him have the money...."- The Argus Tuesday 2 October 1928 (Page 14)
WANTED Man for Pearl Cutting no experience necessary Good Wages Apply Monday Buttons Pty Ltd 74 Trafalgar Street Annandale - The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 24 February 1951 (page 36)
April 1933 Photographs of Manufacture of pearl buttonssl.nsw.gov.au
|1947||"Positions vacant.... BUTTON FACTORY requires two GIRLS. Wages £4/5/ to start. Apply Monday. BUTTONS PTY.. LTD., 74 Trafalgar St. Annandale."-The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 13 September 1947 (page 33)|
"DISCHARGE ORDER GRANTED.In the Bankruptcy Court yesterday Mr. Justice Clyne granted an order of discharge to Frank Lucas, engineer. 74b Trafalgar Street. Annandale."The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 10 October 1946
|1940||3 & 3A Collins Street and 74b Trafalgar Street|
REAL ESTATE AUCTION SALES:..ANNANDALE No. 3 Collins Street and No 74b Trafalgar....Double-fronted one-storey Building of brick comprising two Homes (Mortgagee sale) The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 22 August 1940 page 11
BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE ANNANDALE
"IN BANKRUPTCY. (Before Mr. Justice Long Innes.) HEARING OF CREDITOR'S PETITION. ...Re Frederick B Lucas Frank Lucas, and Albert Johns trading as Domestic Appliance Manufacturing Company, Collins Street, Annandale - The Sydney Morning Herald... Tuesday 5 September 1939
|1937||FOR SALE, ... O.B.S.C. Lathe and other Equipment. Offers Invited. Phone J. Glynn, FL2631. Inspect. 74 Trafalgar Street. Annandale.- The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 17 March 1937 (page 20)|
STANDARD Roadster, registered mechanically good, rumble seat, tyres good, £30, best offer. Easy terms. Mrs. Johns, 74b Trafalgar-st, Annandale - The Sydney Morning Herald Wed 26 August 1936
The neatest correct solution was sent in by Clarice Laraghy. No. 3 Colo Flats, 3a Collins Street. Annandale, for which she receives the prize of 2/6 - CROSSWORD No. 10. (1933, August 12). The Australian Women's Weekly (1932-1982), p. 41. Retrieved April 9, 2011, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article47806691
TO LET GARAGE or Factory Brick enclosed cheap rent 74 Trafalgar st Annandale - The Sydney Morning Herald Friday 1 April 1932 (page 16)
By 1932, Sands Lists Collins Street North Side: 1 Head Mrs, 1 Dolley Mrs, 3A Donoven Mrs Helena 3 Blair Mrs Alice 5 Graham Mrs. Marie...and on Trafalgar Street, at 72 Simons Fredk. J and across Collins Street, at 74 McAlister HC, Buckley Mrs. Mary, Holder James Roberts William and at 78 Drennan Francis P
Annandale - furnished flat own large kitchen, entrance £1 74 Trafalgar St. - The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 23 July 1931 (page14)
"To let...Garage or Workshop brick enclosed 33 x 20 15/- 74 Trafagar St annandale - The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 18 August 1931 (page 14)
A Flat at 74b Trafalgar St, Annandale
'74b Trafalgar st Annandale... ANNANDALE cottage 13 Rose St...close tram, DENTIST PHILIP MOSES...TOURIST TRIPS MOTOR HIRE AND TRANSPORT...SEE SYDNEY THE HARBOUR WAY....HARBOUR INFORMATION BUREAU...LAST ELEVEN NIGHTS OF LOVELY "LILAC TIME"... VERLAND 1026 Tourer, 35 miles to gallon, good all round, £27 21 Johnston-st, Annandale...OLDSMOBILE TOURER, 1929, Long Registration....Sydney Cricket Ground...West Indies v New South Wales...Commencing next Wednesday..Marlene Deitrich in Morrocco..At infrequent intervals the Morion Picture Industry produces a masterpiece... positively last ....days... Maurice Chevalier in Playboy of Paris - PRINCE EDWARD'- The Sydney Morning Herald Mon 23 Feb 1931
"TO LET.... ANNANDALE-Spotless Well furnished Flat. 3 rooms own entrance, 25/-. 74b Trafalgar St" - The Sydney Morning Herald Wed 15 April 1931
The Sands Directory of 1930, shows Wycombe Upholstrg. Co at 34 Trafalgar St, Australian Furniture Co./Public Infant School at 36 Trafalgar St, Falga Flats at 52, Brady Thos. Beale 7 Co. Ltd, timber and paint store at 62 and Holder James at 74b
A Saw Tooth Warehouse Conversion now stands at 62A Trafalgar Street.
"HOLDER.-October 24, 1932. beloved wife of James Holder, of Trafalgar-street, Annandale, aged 74 years" -The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 26 October 1932 (page 10)
"WHITE Cattle Collie Dog, black ears Lost, Tuesday week answers the name Boxer Reward 74b Trafalgar-st, Annandale" -The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 25 March 1930 (page 9)
There are reports that 74B Trafalgar Street may have been a shoe and a button factory during World War II, but its most well known contribution, is to Australian Music.
Real Estate * A Quiet Week... North Annandale, factory and residence, Collins and Trafalgar streets. - The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 9 October 1926 page 9
"WEINE - July 14, at Knightsbridge, Collins-street, Annandale, Maurice Anthony (Tony), the loved little son of Eric and the late Winifred Weine, aged 6 years." - The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 July 1925 page 14
WEINE - The Friends of Mr ERIC WEINE of Gloucester, are invited to attend the funeral of his loved SON, Maurice (Tony); to leave Knightsbridge, Collins-street, Annandale, THIS DAY [Wednesday 15 July 1925] at 2.15, for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, by road, per motor service.
FIBROUS PLASTER SHEET
By 1922, Sand lists:- White Frederick A is listed at 74a, while Holder James is at 74b, Emmons John at 76, Vassalli John at 78 Trafalgar Street and the Masonic Hall is listed at 110
By 1920, Weine and Co as well as Henry Weine are listed, in sands, at 3 Collins Street. While at 74 Trafalgar Street, Sands lists McAlister HC at 74 Trafalgar Street, and after Collins Street, Weine & Co. Klees Joseph T, Holder James Emmons John W and at 78 Vassali John W.
Eric Henry Otto Weine, a dental student, embarked in Brisbane. His father HJ Weine lived in Collins(Nominal Roll http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awm8/26/105/awm8-26-105-1-0105.pdf) at the intersection with Trafalgar Streets Annandale.
Offers wanted for covered-in Lorry Body, practically new; also tray with sides suit lorry, cheap. Weine and Co, Trafalgar and Collins Sts, Annandale. - The Sydney Morning Herald... Friday 25 June 1920, page 7. Advertising
"FIBROUS CASTERS WANTED PERMANENT WORK HIGHEST RATES WEINE and Co, 3 Collins-Street, Annandale" - The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 21 June 1920 page 14
"Catalogue, paper, designs for decorative 'Fibrous Ceilings', by Weine & Hodson, Sydney, Australia, c. 1920 (OF)." - www.powerhousemuseum.com
"In Sydney fibrous plaster factories, such as Jeskies Bros, Weine & Hodson and Lumb Bros, competed for the market with a wide range of decorative styles which they advertised in their own catalogues. -Decorative Plasterwork in New South Wales, 1800- 1939 (PDF 1.4MB)
In 1918, Henry Weine is recorded in Sands at 3 Collins Street, while Weine and Co is located, in Sands at the corner of Booth and Collins Street, next to Taylor Brothers (Syd) Ltd at 143 Taylor Street. It is worth noting that the Taylor Brothers Factory, at the corner of Booth and Trafalgar, burnt down in 1902. Meanwhile at 74 Trafalgar Street McAlister HC, Buckley Mrs Mary, Holder James and Roberts William are listed in the Sands Directory. With Dremman Francis P at 78, Cosgrove Thomas at 80, Evans James at 82 and Easton James at 84 Trafalgar Street.
SMART BOYS (two) to learn trade good prospects Apply Weine and Co. Trafalgar-Collins Sts A'dale - The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 29 October 1918 page 12
"Deaths... BEATTIE- -August 9, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Weine Knightsbridge, 3 Collins street. Annandale, Isabella Beattie, aged 81 years." - The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 10 August 1918 page 12 and "Sands 1887 Newtown Goodsell street- South side 5 Beattie John J., brickmaker 4 Weine Harry, builder" - Newtown Project
In the District Court, the jury awarded Annie Gribble, of Annandale, £50 damages against Henry George Weine, a carter, who it is state, came along and started to remove portion of her washing from a line to allow a cart to pass. When she objected he seized her by the throat, and also punched her face, Defendant said she rushed at him lik a bullock, and all he did was to defend himself - Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer Friday 24 November 1916 page 2
RELIABLE upstanding Van HORSE, bay any trial, £9 Weine, Co. 3 Collins St A'dale - The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 28 March 1916 Page 6
Plaster in abundance, one to ten thousand casks, at 22s per cask, best qualities immediate delivery. WEINE and CO., Fibrous Plaster Experts, Trafalgar street, Annandale, 'Phone, M1873. - The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 17 May 1916 Page 11
"Positions Vacant...Fibrous fillers and Casters Apply Weine and Co. Collins and Trafalgar Sts, Annandale" - The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 9 November 1915 page 12
"Architects and Builders - Why Worry!
Fibrous fixers, castors, first-class only. Weine and Co. 3 Collins St, Annandale - The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 2 August 1915 page 12
Alleged Breach of Agreement Weine v Cork
"My great great uncle Henry James Weine built the Belgravia Hotel in 1891.. His father John Otto Weine (Dutch)was a bullock driver on the gold fields. He would take 3 months to do the round trip from Hill End to Sydney and back." - ABC Collectors Guestbook."Weine John Otto 2 Nov 1877 48y Ang" - Hill End General Cemetery
"However, Leura was about to change. A consortium of Sydney and Katoomba businessmen engaged Ernest Bonney, a Sydney architect, and Henry Weine, a respected builder, to design and build a grand guesthouse on a large block of land on Leura Mall. ..."Blue Mountains History and Aboriginal Communities
At Annandale close to Tram "KNIGHTSBRIDGE," COLLINS, and TRAFALGAR STREETS, compact, detached, Brick COTTAGE, slate, roof, 10ft verandahs on three sides, glassed-in and venetianed; 3 very large reception-rooms, 5 bedrooms, kitchen, etc, and every conceivable convenience. GARAGE, STABLING, ETC.TORRENS TITLE. 92 x 153. Garden and Lawn. AN EXCEPTIONALLY WELL BUILT AND DESIRABLE HOME. Apply MARSHALL and DEMPSTER,112 Pitt-street, opp. G.P.O. - The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 17 December 1913 (page 14)
"Death, KNIGHT, October 30, 1913, at his late residence Knightsbridge, 3 Collins Street, Annandale. Henry Knight late of Erskinville aged 67 years suddenly" - The Sydney Morning Herald Friday 31 October 1913 page 8
KNIGHT -In fond Remembrance of my dear husband Henry Knight, who died (suddenly) at his residence Knightsbridge Collins-stret Annandale October TO 1913 Loving thoughts last for ever Never forgotten his devoted wife M J Knight
Sir Allen Taylor
"The Commission did not need to conclusively define the market to reach a view on this issue. The most relevant market is one (defined narrowly) for green-sawn hardwood timber products in south-eastern Australia. The market (defined narrowly) for hardwood timber flooring in eastern mainland Australia was also considered." - Allen Taylor & Company Ltd (a Boral subsidiary) proposed to acquire J & JL Davis Pty Ltd (May 2005)
"GLEBE LIGHTING...INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. GAS AND ELECTRICITY..The Mayor of the Glebe, Alderman Artlett, presided. The Lord Mayor, Sir Allen Taylor, the town clerk, and the electrical engineer of the City Council were present to represemt the City Council, which is supplying the current. Mr. Lukey (secretary) represented the Australian Gaslight Company, which has lighted the Glebe for many years, and is still to continue the contract for all streets outside the main thoroughfares....
Mrs T. Taylor (1909). Lady Mayoress 1905-06, 1909-12. Wife of Alderman Allen Arthur Taylor. Photograph taken in Commemoration of her efforts for the enlargement of the nurses home, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
|1896-circa 1907 (Source: Annandale Association > Sands)||
PEN PORTRAITS OF PUBLIC MEN. "Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of Time." -Longfellow. SIR ALLEN TAYLOR, K.B... He learnt something of the value and usefulness of timber, tools, and railway material;, some thing of the number of men, horses, plant, etc., which were required to prepare the ground in flat or hilly country for the laying down of a mile of railway in a given period; he learnt to diagnose the characters of men and the value of their labour, and to know that some work better while the "boss" is looking on; and lie learnt to know well the work required, of himself and to do it to the satisfaction of all concerned... In 1894, after a trip to the West Australian goldfields he was induced to accept a nomination for aldermanic honours at Annandale....Queanbeyan Age 1 December 1911 page 4
While working for the Government Railways, George Julius conducted a series of tests on timber and wrote a handbook entitled Physical Characteristics of the Hardwoods of Western Australia published in 1906. He followed this with the publication of Physical Characteristics of the Hardwoods of Australia, published in 1907.
The new steamship Pyrmont, the latest addition to the fleet of Messrs. Allen Taylor and Co., arrived at the Manning River at 11.30 a.m. yesterday on her maiden trip from Sydney.... - The Sydney Morning Herald... Thursday 19 February 1903, page 8.
"It is understood that Mr. Allen Taylor, of Annandale, New South Wales, has made a private offer to Victor Trumper which has secured his services for that colony" - The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933) Thursday 14 August 1902 page 5
Though identifed as 1900 in catalogue, this map is probaby earlier as it shows the original subdivisions. It is worth noticing the bridge on parramatta road over Whites Creek. Also, Wells Street is shown, where it did not exist on the 1890 map
"Plan of north Annandale [cartographic material] : municipality of Leichhardt / the property of the Sydney Freehold, Land, Building & Investment Coy. Ltd., W. Pritchard & Son, auctioneers, 100 King St., Sydney."-nla.gov.au/nla.map-lfsp49-sd-cd
"Our Guests" referring in appropriate terms to the excellent manner in which Mayor Taylor had occupied the mayoral chair two years in succession. He concluded by presenting them with a handsomely illuminated address, in which was the photo of the Mayor, views of the town hall, the Mayor's residence, post and telegraph office, Annandale and appropriate Australian floral ornamentations. the address which was prepared at the establishment of John Sands, Sydney, was a work of art. - newspapers.nla.gov.au
...February 12th, 1896...Election of Mayor... for Ald john young Aldermen Ferris, Wells, Francis , Ridge, Gutherie and Young 6 for Ald Allan Taylor Aldermen Smith, Broad, Taylor, Horton and Dwyer 5.....election of works and sanitary committee....Ferris, Taylor Ridge and Dwyer....Finance committee Gutherie, Broad,Wells, Francis...amendment that [Finance] committee exist of whole of council was lost. Lighting committee....by laws committee general purposes committee......August 7th 1900...The retiring mayor stated that he had great pleasure in informing Alderman Wells that he had been unanimously elected... - Annandale Borough Council Minutes
Houses in Annandale, where connected to the Sewer between 1895 and circa 1900... more
According to the Annandale Association's Register of Buildings (Leichhardt Library Local History Section), Woodland House was built in 1886 - however, this conflicts with an SMH 1890 advertisement for "undeveloped unencumbered land at Corner Block, Collins and Trafalgar streets". The Annandale association record says it was renamed to Wooten in 1890 - "a well proportioned stuccoed Itallianate brick villa or historical significance because of its association with Taylor".
The building is ununusal as it has a brick balcony and ironwork. The stucco is an Arts and Crafts feature and the balcony appears to be a forerunner of the later wooden decorated federation balconies.
Wooten, Collins Street corner Trafalgar before 1899 was on the recorded list, in the National Trust Register, prior to 1980. These items are being reviewed individually by the Trust to determine whether they qualify for classification - National Trust Register As at January 1, 1982.
However, the confusion about the date of the home could be due to the Taylors moving to it in 1894 not 1886 (when they got married at the Hunter Baillie Temporary [red brick] church (Sunday School hall) - Hunter Baillie 121 Anniversary Service)..."Moving to Sydney about 1882, he [Allen Taylor] attended night-school while working for railway contractors. He was a clerk when he married Adela Mary Elliott, daughter of a late coach proprietor on 19 June 1886 with" Presbyterian forms at Annandale. - adbonline.anu.edu.au. Adela must have been Robert Forster's step daughter.
Tenders accepted:...Department of Public Works...Allen Taylor Annandale construction of wharf on eastern side Wolloomooloo - The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 16 May 1894 Page 3
"THE BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS' ASSOCIATION.
Sir Allen Taylor founded his firm of timber growers, merchants and sawmill proprietors of Rozelle, N.S.W. in 1893. At one time the firm was also a shipowner. - Allen Taylor and Company Limited - records, 1893-1969 (SLNSW)
In 1873, John Young had become the founding president of the Builders' and Contractors' Association of New South Wales (www.sydneyarchitecture.com). The federated associations were to later become the Master Builders Association see Extract from the minutes of the first meeting of the Federated Builders and Contractors' Association of Australasia, November 1890
"Moving to Sydney about 1882, he [Allen Taylor] attended night-school while working for railway contractors. He was a clerk when he married Adela Mary Elliott, daughter of a coach proprietor, on 19 June 1886 with Presbyterian forms at Annandale. Bate changed his surname to Taylor some time between 1890 and 1895." - adbonline.anu.edu.au
The death occurred last night of Lady Adela Mary Taylor, wife of Sir Allen Taylor, at her residence at Forster, Lang Road, Centennial Park. Lady Taylor was 68 years of age. Sir Allen Taylor; who is an alderman of the City Council, and a former Lord Mayor, is at present on a trip abroad. The funeral will take place tomorrow, and Interment will be made in the Church of England section of the Rookwood Cemetery. - The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 5 May 1924 page 10
"THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ROBERT FORSTER are kindly invited to attend his Funeral, which move from his late residence, Wootton, No.1 Collins-street, Annandale, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at a quarter past 1 o'clock, for Mortuary station, and thence to Rookwood Cemetery. WOOD and COMPANY, Undertakers.
A wide field has been covered in the honours conferred by his Majesty King George V. in connection with the Coronation celebrations.... SIR ALLEN TAYLOR, K.B. Few men owe less to early social or educational advantages, and few have been more successful in overcoming difficulties and in rising to a position of eminent usefulness. After filling responsible positions with several railway contractors and trying his fortune in Western Australia for some time, he settled down to be a contractor on his own account, and married the daughter of Mr. Robert Forster at the early age of 23... - "IN THE HONOURS LIST." The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954) 21 Jun 1911: 18. Web. 2 Apr 2011.
Marriages...BATE-ELLIOT.-June 10, at Annandale, by the Rev. PF Mackenzie, Allen Arthur, third son of the late John Bate, of Wagga Wagga, to Adela Mary, only daughter of tho late Robert Elliot, of Penrith. - 1886 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 20 July, p. 1, viewed 21 January, 2012, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13632267
"Dissolution of partnership - The partnership existing between Robert Forster and Henry Albert Briggs trading as contractors under the name of Forster and Briggs will be mutually dissolved on 13th of November instand. All claims against the said partnershi must be rendered on of befoe that date to Henry A Briggs St John's Road Forest Lodge otherwise they will not be recognised. Dated this seventh day of November 1884 Robt Forster Henry A Briggs - The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 12 November 1884 (page 4)
"The construction of the tramway to Newtown is being proceeded with as rapidly as possible, and the contractors, Messrs. Forster and Briggs, expect to make the connection with Parramatta street in about ten days, The line will then be completed to the tollbar. As soon as the connection with Parramatta street is made, tho remaining portion" - The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 10 July 1882 (page 5)
"A commencement has been made for laying a double line of tram rails from the racecourse terminus to Randwick. The contractors are Messrs. Forster and Briggs, who have also the contract for tho Coogee extension." - 1882 'The Sydney Morning Herald.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), 1 September, p. 4, viewed 13 April, 2011, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13518760
"ACCEPTED TENDERS.-The undermentioned tender has been accepted by the Government:-Messrs Forster and Brigg-construction of a line of tramway from Randwick to Coogee." - The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 16 August 1882 (Page 7)
"The Bondi Road Overbridge/tunnel is a remnant example of the former Sydney tramway, which at its peak was the second largest tram system in the world....
"St Paul's Prebyterian Church, Balmain West, was the scene of a wedding on 11th inst, when Mr John W. Walker Tulloch, eldest son of Mr Robert Tulloch, Pyrmont, was married to Mis Euphemia Agnes Lauder, third daughter of Mr John Lauder of Balmain...The presents were displayed in the library and were numerous and costly." - The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 21 April 1906 Page 11
"TO BUILDERS, INVESTORS, and PERSONS in Search of Sites for first-class Residences. W. PRITCHARD'S well-known PADDOCK. at the corner of COLLINS AND TRAFALGAR STREETS NORTH ANNANDALE will be sold in subdivision on the GROUND on SATURDAY NEXT APRIL 22nd at 3 o'clock on EXTREMELY LIBERAL TERMS, and ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE, by W. PRITCHARD AND SON. Every lot perfectly drained and possessing a back lane surrounded by the best houses on North Annandale, and opposite the Annandale Post-ofice. Plans at the Rooms, 100 King-street." - SMH Thursday 20 April 1893
Consequent of Mr. W. PRITCHARD..he has decided to dispose of, to the highest bidder at auction only (no private offers entertained), the following described UNIMPROVED AND UNEMCUMBERED LANDS. Titles all under Torrens Act, Certificates of open to Inspection at room. These properties as will be seen, comprise some of the most valuable Surburban Lots in or about Sydney. They were all judiciously selected by the owner, which fact is sufficent guarantee of their favourable positions in relation to present value and use and future development..... ANNANDALE Corner Block, Collins and Trafalgar streets. Allotment having a frontage of 45ft ..to Collins street, by side frontage along Trafalgar Street of 132 ft.
Plan of north Annandale municipality of Leichhardt / the property of the Sydney Freehold, Land, Building & Investment Co. Ltd., W. Pritchard & Son, auctioneers, 100 King St., Sydney -NLA
Sales plan for north Annandale. (1890) -NLA
Property Sales: Richardson and Wrench.... Mr. N. Briney: lots 2 and 4, sec. 6 of North Annandale Estate, fronting Collins and Trafalgar street 195 feet frontage, £900 - Mr W Pritchard - The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 23 September 1882 Page of 21
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