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[date time] [level] "message"
In general the second field denotes the severity level of the logged message, info and notice could both be regarded as "informational", anything higher is a warning or error you should respond to.
The "Cannot remove module" means you should reconfigure your httpd.conf's ClearModuleList and include those modules source that a warning is issued for.
The mod_mime_magic I'm not sure about, I think you need to check your "magic" files against corruption.