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RBPOBT OF THB BAILROAD COMMISSIONER.



RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES.







NEW TIES LAID DURING YEAR.




Average pnce st

distribatlDg

point.


Kind.


Number.


Pine


220
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19.29




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5,546


39.29



CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES.



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COAIr-TONB,


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Anthra-
cite.


Bitumi-
nous.


Hard.


Soft


Pftfisenger ........




85.15
255.46
333.38




8.37
25 10
32.76


89.34
268.01
349.76


8,890
11,669
16.286


45.n


Freight




45.98


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Total ....




673.99




66.28


' 707.11


30,815


45.88


Average cost at distribut-
ing point








12 54




3 40


S3 46













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158 BBPOBT OF THE BAILEOAB COMMISSIOirBR.



OATH.

State of Vibginia, ) .

County of Naivbemono, j"

We, the undersigned, J. H. Macleary, superintendent, and A. Woolford, chief
clerk of the Suffolk and Carolina Railroad Company, on our oath do severally
say that the foregoing return has been prepared, under our direction, from the
original books, papers, and records of said company ; that we have carefully
examined the same, and declare the same to be a complete and correct statement
of the business and affairs of said company in respect to each and every m$iter
and thing therein set forth, to the best of our knowledge, information, and be-
lief ; and we further say that no deductions were made before stating the groBS
earnings or receipts herein set forth, except those shown in the foregoing ac-
counts; and that the accounts and figures contained in the foregoing return
embrace all of the financial operations of said company during the period for
which said return is made.

J. H. MACLEARY, SuperiniendetU.
A. WOOLFORD, Chief Clerk.

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th day of September, 1893.

E. E. HOLLAND, Notary PubUc.



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RBPORT OF THK RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. 1&9



NORFOLK Al CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY.



HISTORY.

Name of common carrier making this report — The Norfolk and Carolina Rail-
VMud Company.

Date of organization — July 6, 1886.

Organized under the general laws of North Carolina and acts of General
Assembly of North Carolina, March 7, 1887, January 21, 1889 ; acts of General
Assembly of Virginia, May 5, 1887, January 27, 1888.

Consolidated with the Western Branch Railway Company, chartered b}' the
General Assembly of Virginia, February 19, 1886, and the Chowan and Southern
^ilroad Company, chartered as stated above. Name changed February 14,
1889, to the Norfolk and Carolina Railroad Company.

Date and authority for each consolidation — The Chowan and Southern Rail-
road Company, under the act of January 27, 1888, of Virginia, purchased the
entire property and franchises of the Western Branch Railway Company, and
took poasession of same July 1, 1888.



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REPORT OF THB RAII^ROAD COMMISSIONER.



ORGANIZATION.



NAMES OF DTRFX3T0Ra


POST-OFFICE ADDRESa


DATE OF EXPIRATION
OF TERM.


H. Walters


Wilmington. N. C

Baltimore, Md




W. T. Waltere




B. F. Newcomer . ,


Baltimore, Md


First Thursday in October,


W. J. Doyle


Baltimore, Md


1893, and until their suc-


Michael Jenkins


Baltimore, Md.


cessors are elected.


C. G. Ramsey


Norfolk, Va.











Total number of stockholders at date of last election— 9.

Date of last meeting of stockholders for election of directors— October 6, 1892.

Post-oi&ce address of general office— Norfolk. Va.

Postolfice address of operating office— Norfolk, Va.



OFFICERS.



TITLE.






NAME.


LOCATION OF OFFICE.


President


W. Q. EUiott


Wilmington, N. C.


Vice-President ....






H.Walters

C. G. Elliott


Wilmington, N. C.


Secretary and Treasurer






Norfolk, Va.


Auditor General ....


W. A. Riach


Wilmington, N. C.


Assistant Auditor . . .


Spencer LeGrand

G. M.Serpell


Norfolk, Va.


General Manager . . .
Chief Engineer ....






Norfolk, Va.


B. R. Dunn


Wilmington, N. C.


Superintendent Transportation .

General Freight and Passenger

Agent , .


J. R. Kenly


Wilmington, N. C.
Wilmington, N. C.


T. M. Emerson x . ^ ...... »













PROPERTY OPERATED.



NAMK


Tebminalb.


Miles of

line for

each road

named.


MUesof
line for
each daa
of roads
named.


From—


To-


Norfolk and Carolina rail-
road—main line

Pig Point Branch

Bennett's Pasture Branch .
Ty)8.&R.R.R. ......


Pinner's Point, Va. . .

Bruce, Va

Driver, Va.

Armlstead, Va. . . .


Tarboro, N. a . . . .
PigPt.&Bellvme,Va.
Bennett's Pasture, Va.
8. ife R. R. R., Va. . .


100.49
6.58
1.66
LIS


109.70



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REPORT OF THE RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.



RECAPITULATION OF FUNDED DEBT.





Amount Issued.


Amount'
outstanding.


INTKRBT.


CLA98 0FDEBT.


Amount accrued
during year.


Amount paid
during year.


Mortgag« bonds . .


1,830,000 00


1,320,000 00


66,000 00


66^000 00


Total


$1,820,000 00


$1,820,000 00


$66,000 00


$66,000 CO



C URRENT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES.



CASH AND CURRENT ASSETS AVAILABLE
FOR PAYMENT OF CURRENT LIABIU-
TIES.


CURRENT LIABILITIES ACCRUED TO AND
INCLUDING JUNE 80, 1893.


Cash


29,268 09
9,364 37

17,055 68

3,338 34

aoo 00

86,283 70


Bills payable and accrued in-
Audited vouchers and accounts,

Wages and salaries

Matured interest coupons unpaid
(including coupons due July 1),

Total




Due from agents

Net traffic balances due ttom other
comftanies


169,123 61
25,580 67
10,636 90

80O00


Due fh)m solvent companies and

Individuals

Cash deposited to pay coupons. . .
Balance— Current liabilities . .


Total


$146,110 18


$146 110 18









Materials and supplies on hand charged to expenses.



RECAPITULATION.
A. F*or mileage oumed by road making this repifrt.



ACCOUNT.


Total

amount

outstanding.


Apportionment.


AxorNT Per Mils or
RoAj>.


To
railroads.


To other
properties.


Miles.


Amount.


Capital stock

Bonds


1,500,000 00
1,320,000 00


1,500.000 00
1,320,000 00




109.70

ioa.70


13,673 66
12,062 81




TotaL


$2,820,000 00


$2,820,000 00




109.70


$25,706 48











B. For mileage operated by road making this report {trackage rights excluded}^ the
operations of ichich are inclnded tn the incom-e account.



NAME OF ROAD.


Capital
stock.


Funded
debt


Current
liabUities.


Total.


Amount Per Mile or
Road.


Miles.


Amount


Norfolk & Carolina,


1,500,000 00


1,820,000 00


146,110 18


2,966,U0 18


IOOlTO


27.088 80


Total


$1,600,000 00


$1,320,000 00


$146,110 18


$2,966,U0 18


109.70


$97,00 90



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COST OF ROAD, EQUIPMENT, AND PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS.





EXPENDITURES DURING YEAR.


Totolcost

to

June 30, 1892.


Totoloost

to

June ao, 1898.






Is

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Not Included in Opb-
RATiNO Expenses.


Cost
per mile.


ITEM&


Charged to
income ac-
count as per-
manent Im-
provements.


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Total c<mstnict'n








2,441,074 09


2,441,074 09


22,252 27












Total cost eqnip-
aent









476,964 12


476.564 12


4,844 2S












Total cost conrtnic-
t Ion, equipment,
etc-8tate of Va. .








S2,yi7,688 21


82,917,638 21


$26,896 52













INCX)ME ACCOUNT.



GiQH eandngt fh>m operation 364,037 20

LcMOpexating expenses 280,577 55

Income from operation 83,449 66

HineTlaneooa Income— less expenses 1,490 37

Total in<»me . 84,940 02

Deductions trom Income :

Intereeton ftinded debt accrued 66,000 00

Interaton interest-bearing current liabilities aceined, not otherwise pro-
Tided for 6,881 20

Tazei 10,310 57

Total deductions tmm income 82,191 77

Net income 2,748 25

8on|qp ftom operations of year ending June 30, 1893 2,748 85

Suihii on June 10, 1892 8,606 26

BoiphiBon JuneW, 189S $11,364 51



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REPORT OF THE RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.



EARNI^^GS FROM OPERATION.



ITEMS.


Total Pecelptiu


Deductions,
account of re-
payments, etc


Actnia


Passenger:
PMsenger revenuo .


68.925 88


48 27
606




Tickets redeemed




Other repayments— reftind cash fares












Total deductions


M82










Total passenser reyenue .




bSJfn 51


Mail VTT .






6,048 28


Express . .•






8,174 59


Extra baggage and storage






412 76


Other items






75 00










Total passenger earnings


68,582 14




291,620 78


685 68




Freight :
Freight revenue




Total deductions










Total freight revenue




290,985 10











Total fteight earnings


290,935 10




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Total passenger and flreight earnings ....


359,517 24


Other earnings from operation :
Car mileage — balance






1,168 88


Telegraph companies






283 57


Other sources






8,182 61










Total other earnings


4,509 96










Total gross earnings from operation — Entire line .


$364,027 90









MISCELLANEOUS INCOME.



ITEM.S.


Gross income.


Leas expenses.


Net miscella-
neous income.


Interest






47 87


Rent of wharf and warehouse






1,054 17


Rent of rails ....






29SU


Sale of timber






2 40


Rent of houses






98 09










Total


$1,4IK> 87




81,490 87







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OPERATING EXPENSES.

Apportionment between passenger and freigTU traffic is estimated according to the
rule prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission.



ITEM&



Chargeable to

passenger

traffic.



Chargeable to
freight
trafDc.



TotaL



Maintenance of way and ttracttues :

Rapfc<T» of roadway

Renewals of rails

Benewala of ties

Repain of bridges and cnlverts

Repairs of fences, road-croaslngs, signs, and cattle-
guards

Repain ofbaildings

Repairs of docks and wharves

Repain of telegraph



Total .



Maintenance of equipment :

Repairs and renewals of locomotives

RefMUn and renewals of passenger cars

Repairs and renewals of fireigbt cars

BepaiiB and renewals of ferry-boats, tugs, float",

and bazxes

8hop machinery, tools, &c



Total



Conducting transportation :

Wscesof enginemen, firemen, and roundhousemen,

Fnu for locomotives

Water supply for locomotives

All other supplies for locomotives.

Wsges of other trainmen

All other train supplies

Wages of switchmen, flagmen, and watchmen . . .

Expose of telegrai^, including train dispatchers
and operators

Wages Of sUtion agents, clerics, and laborers ....

Sution supplies

Switching charges— Balance

LosR and damage

Injuries to persona

Baiges, floats, tugs, ferry-boats, expenses of, in-
cluding wages, fuel, and supplies

Other expenses



Total



General expenses :

Salaries of officers

Salaries of clerks

General office expenses and supplies .
Atenciea. including salaries and rent

Advef^sing

Oofmmiflsions

haarance ......

Expen>« of traffic associations ....
Benta not otherwise provided for . . .

Legal expenses

eiationery and printing

Other general expenses



Total .



Recapitalation of expen

[ntenanoe of way and sti

Maintenance of equipment .



Maintenance of way and structures



Conducting transportation
Qcneiml expenses



Grand total.



Pereentage of expenses to earnings— Entire line .



17,»7«09

457 28

3,890 99

2,788 81

' 424 69

1,880 17

240 68

22



26,478 28



8,178 18
2,626 62



646 99
180 90



6,482 24



4,998 40

0,298 57

825 55

805 16

8,908 63

966 62



2,060 89

5,012 85

570 78



953 15
364 50

1.292 72
18 57



81,076 39



4.283 91

2.344 54

658 50

1.283 40

880 00

18 08

92 00

M98



738 42
987 14
83 52



11,457 49



26,478 28

6,482 28

81,076 89

11.457 49



979,494 40



21,869 06

559 35

8,5 6 75

8,849 96

519 43

2,263 45

738 06

28



82,831 83



28,616 26

12,226 81 '

8,200 37
392 72



89,436 16



15.330 95
18.597 15
1.651 10
985 01
9,823 13
1.182 54
3,355 42

4,121 77
86,972 97
1.141 55
1.896 65
1,417 14
4,281 49

10,803 22
22 72



111 582 81



5,240 81

4,496 68

805 59

402 35

14 80

82 22

8,397 79

871 95

820 53

2,099 46

8,948 54

102 18



21,232 89



82,83188
89.436 16
111,682 81
21,232 85



9205,083 15



39,745 12
1,016 68
6,427 74
6,068 27

914 02

4,113 62

973 76

50



99,309 61



26,794 89

2,626 62

12,226 81

3,746 96



49,918 40



20,329 85
27.895 72
2,476 65
1,790 17
13,731 76
2.149 16
3.355 42

6.182 66
41.985 82
1,712 33
1.896 65
2.370 29
4,645 99

12,096 94
41 29



142,659 20



9.524 72
6,841 17
1,464 09
1,685 75

894 80

50 30

3,489 79

464 93

320 58
2.832 88
4,935 68

185 70



82,090 34



59,809 61
45,918 40
142,659 aO
82,690 84



9280,577 55



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REPORT OF THB RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.



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CONTRACTS, AGREEMENTS, ETC.



Soothem Express Company conducts the business of express, and pays to this company forty per
cent, oi the gross receipts, retaining sixty per cent, for its services.

United States Post-Office Department. Rate fixed by the department on weighing had every
fbor years.

Western Union Telegraph Company conducts the telegraph business. At offices where the rail-
road company's employees perform the duties of operators, the railroad company gets fifty per cent.
of the xeceipts of its line.



SECURITY FOR FUNDED DEBT.



CLASS OF BOND OR


What Road Mortgaged.


Amount of
mortgage
per mile
of line.


What

income

mortgaged.


OBUGATlON.


From— To—

1


Miles.


Tint mortgage


Pinner's Point
and branches.


Tarboro


109.70


12,032 82


Entire.


Total


109.70


$12,032 82













EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES.— Entire Line.



CLASS.





Total
niimbpr of


Total yeaily


Average


Nimiber.


days
worked.


compensa-


daily com-




tion.


pensation.


9


2,817


11,099 72


394


12


3,104


6,833 67


220


15


4,258


9.440 49


222


127


28,307


83,310 29


1 17


17


4,798


17,445 95


364


22


4.679


4,725 01


101


11


3,432


9.142 08


266


31


7,686


8,098 47


1 06


2


636


1.695 40


260


«


1,643


3,l<0 04


1 90


24


6.262


8,242 14


132


l^


4,819


7.6V7 95


1 59


133


34,313


28,174 76


82


14


4,392


4.579 96


104


7


1,868


2,869 33


1 54


19


4,799


8.142 34


1 70


7


2.331


2.519 60


1 08


471


120,144


167,057 20


139


9


2,817


11.099 72


394


462


U7,327


155.957 48


133


24


«.860


19,258 89


2 81


162


43,382


42.723 48


98


26


7,046


10,092 69


1 43


269


62,867


94,962 24


161


471


120.144


167,057 20


1S9


9


2,817


11,099 72


894


462


117,827


$155,957 48


$1 83



General oi&cerB

Qeneral office clerks

Slatioo agents

Other station men

thginemen

FlKmen

Oondnctora

Other trainmen

Machinists

Carpenters

Other shopmen

Section foremen

Other trackmen ....

iivitchmen. flagmen, and watchmen

Telemph operators and dispatchers

Ettpbyees— account floating equipment . .
All other employees ana laborers

Total (Including "general officers")
Leas "general officers".

Total (ezdnding "general officers ")

DisCribation of above :

General administration

Utintenanoe of way and structures

Msintenanoe of equipment

Oonducting transportation

Total (including "general officers")
Less "general officers".

Total (excluding "general officers").



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REPORT OF THE RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.



PASSENGER AND FREIGHT, AND TRAIN MILEAGE.— Entirb L»e.



ITEMS.



Tonnage, num-
ber passengers,
number trains,
mileage, num-
ber can.



Reyenne and
xates.



Passenger traffic :
Number of passengers carried earning revenue . . .

Number of passengers carried one mile

Average distance carried

Total passenger revenue

Average amount received (Vom each passenger . . .

Average receipts per passenger per mile

Estimated cost of carrjing each passenger one mile

Total passenger earnings

Passenger earnings per mile of road

Passenger earnings per train mile



e7,492

3,307,518

84



Freight traffic :
Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue .

Number of tons carried one mile

Average distance haul of one ton

Total freight revenue

Average amount received for each ton of ^ight . .

Average receipts per ton per mile

Estimated cost of carrying one ton one mile ....

Total freight earnings

Freight earnings per mile of road

Freight earnings per train mile



284,576

20,471,299

72



Passenger and freight :

Passenger and freight revenue

Passenger and freight revenue per mile of road .

Passenger and freight earnings

Passenger and freight earnings per mile of road

Gross earnings from operation .

Gross earnings from operation per mile of road

Expenses

Expenses per mile of road

Train mileage :

Miles run by passenger trains

Miles run by fteight trains



132,859
161,924



Total mileage trains earning revenue .

Miles run by switohiuR trains

Miles run by construction and other trains . . . .



294,283
18,260
15,928



Grand total train mileage

Mileage of loaded freight cars— North or East ....
Mileage of loaded freight cars— South or West ....

Mileage of empty freight cars— North or East

Mileage of empty freight cars— South or West ....

Average number of freight cars in train

Average number of loaded cars in train

Average number of empty cars In train

Average number of tons of freight in train

Average number of tons of freight in each loaded car



328,471

1,758,095

678,608

46,124

1,348,896

22

14

8

128

9



58,8n51

87.227

2.551

8J7S

68,582 14

635 17 JOS

61.815



290,985 10

102J31

L421

1.001

290,985 10

2,652 09.754

179.674



349,806 61

8,188 75.670
850,517 34

8,2n 27.667
364,027 20

3,818 88.881
280,677 55

2,557 6t.OI9



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FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Company's Material Excluded.



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TONNAOB.



Whole
tons.



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Producta of agriculture :



fkmr

Odier mill prodnctB .

Imceo

Cotton

Pratt aod vegetables .



Products of animals :

LIveilociL

Unmed meats

Fonltry, game, and fish . .

Wool

HideB and leather



Fredncts of mines :

Anthracite coal

Bttominoas coal .

tone, sand, and other like articles

Products of forest :



Manufactures:
Betrolemn and other oils . . .

Sugar

Xavalstofes

Ino—pjgsnd bloom

Ottwr eastings and machinery .

Bar and iheet metal

Cteieot, brick, and lime . . . .
Anknlniral implements ....
Wa^ODi, caiTiages. tools, etc. .
WtneL UquoTB, ana beers . . .
Houadiola goods and fhmiture
PcitlUaen



Mochandiie

Total tonnage— Entire line .



1,812

1,617

526

815

61

1,856

17,876



310
1,135

168
17
23



664

85



20,628
82,618



397

489

1

8

284

1,146

1,288

161

21

158

145

16,546

10,184



1,457

1,188

S6

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266

7.255

9)404



41
847
894

14
200



12
80



11,256
57,180



4,274

796

5,267

14

816

681

120

17

24

524

183

2,265

20,722



2,769

2,706

611

842

826

8,6U

27,280



851

1,962

557

31



076

74



31.878
139,748



4.771

1,237

5,258

17

(KX)

1,827

1,408

178

45

677

828

18,810

30,866



159,767



124,809



284,576



.97
.96
.21
.80
.11
8.08
9.50



.12
.70
.20
.01
.08



.24



11.20
49.11



1.64
.43

1.85
.01
.21
.64
.49
.06
.02
.24
.11

6.61

10.84



100



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DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT.






ITEMS.


^1


1,


Equipm't Fitted with
Train Brakb.


with Automatic

COCPLRR,




No.


Kind.


No.


Kind.


LocomotiyeB :
Piwwcncrcr . » -




8
12

1


8

10

1


Westin^house.


8

10


Janney.


Freight


2




Switchinff










Total locomotives


2


16


14





18




Care in passenger service :
FirRt-clfLfifl T>ajw4*nirpr can ..,..,-




4
1
2


4

1
2


Westinghouse.


4
I


Janney.


Combination passenger care

Baggage, express, and postal care . .


* '


it


Total




7


7





7










Care fh freight service :
Box care


183
118
184


108
2


Westinghouse.


175
104


Janney.


Flat care






Other cars Ciofi)












Total




4tft


lOB




27»










Care in company's service :
Oravel care




10

1
7







9


Janney.


Derrick care










Caboose care * * . . .

Other road care (shanty)












Total




27






9


Janney.




* *




Grand total care




519


112




296


Janney.









MILEAGE.
A. Mileage of road operated.





Line Repre-
sented by Capi-
tal Stock.


1

1


J


Rails.


LINE IN USE.


6

a

c

1


1


Iron.


Steel.


Miles of single track

Miles of yara track and sidings .


100.49
12.57

113.06


9.21




109.70
12.57


i72 *


109.70




9.21






Total mileage operated (all tracks)




I2i.27


2.72


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MILEAGE.
B. Mileage operated hy road making this report.





Line Rkfbe-

8ENTED BY CAPI-
TAL STOCK.


li
1


u
§1

if

It


Rails.


STATE OR TERRITORY.


1

39


1


Iron.


SteeL


North Ctn>Mnft


66.11
84.38






66.11
48.69


. . . .


6611


Viiglnii


9.21


....


48.59






Total mileage owned (single track)


100.49


9.21


• • • •


109.70


....


109.70



RENEWAL OF TIES.



NEW TIES LAID DURING YEAR.


Average price at

distributing

point


Kind.


Nomber.


Pine


15,260


socts.






Total t ........ T .


15,960


aocts.







CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES.— Entire Line.



LOCOMOTIVES.


Coal— Tons.


Woo i>— Cords.*




1


Average
pounds con-
sumed per
mUe.




Anthra-
cite.


Bitnmi-
nous.


Hard.


Soft.


ftmnwfj ,




8.888

7.586

9S6

420




66
152
22
48


8,921

7,611

947

444




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79.53


Swltehlng




103.72


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