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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Skews, Hunter j and Co. j 9 ! STOCK FARM, LAMi & FINANCIAL AGENTS j AUCTION SALES AT \Y ARRAGt'I.-RV KRY THURSDAY, of j Catllc, S!i ep *nJ Pit- | V AKIUGLH Ever} SECOND THURS- i DAY, of r^i l'iKS. (lie-t ISuTer* Attend.) | WARUAG I'L - QUARTERLY, Horse J Sale, BUS'YIl'-MONTHLY, of Cattle. Sheep k I'iKS l-'ven KoUKTH »ATl." KDAY.&t Mr Siact-y's Ifardi. ACCOUNT SALES & PROCEEDS OJf | DAY OK SAI.K. ! < Salts* omlucled. I.o;ins >« s«»tialea. Viilnaliuns JIa<l< j AGENTS l'OU TUB SCOL'TLisH., UNION i k NATIONAL KIKE insurance CO. ; waiu:AGUI- wkeklv } M A H K K r. I TUUllnUAV. ?) AN. 29. at THEIR yards Opposite lUilvray Tracking YardB. At 1- o'clock 8h»rp rjKEWS. HUSTBfTJI CO will ode. tl» o follnWinc Stock. A;e. For Owners- j 6 Cows, fat 5 do Forward condition j 7 do Stoves . .J do Newly calved i 12 do Springers (5 Heifers, springers 10 do 2 years old 8 do Yearlings 15 do Poddies 7 Steers, 12 months old 10 do Poddies j 40 Fat sh...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Established 1877-1914-37 Years. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY EVENING, Circulates extensively through f]IO '*?» D.-l -.. anu Parts of the Adjoining Shires. ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUMS 0E ADVERTISING. If you have. Any tiling' to Dispo.se of, or wish to make your Business a Success, Advertise in this Popular Journal, MODERATE CHARGES. Accurate & Reliable Reports. of all Meetings and Gatherings held throughout the District. ]\ews Items Welcomed. Correspondence Invited. LITEBARY SUPPLEMENT.! Subscribers enrolled at any time. SUBS.CKlPTJLO\T-28 6d per quarter, or '.OP per annum, Posted to Any Address.^ OFFICE: Opposite Post Office, Drouin, Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. The' immense number of ordera for Frootoidfl, flent by post direct to the Pro prietor, is convincing proof that the ) Public appreciate their splendid curing j power over tho above-named complaints. Froofoids are olegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are immensely more valuable than an ordina...

The Programme of the Watt Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

The Pro gramme of the Watt Ministry. The country districts aro well .nrnoolltml ill tllO HOW Watt represented in tho now Watt Ministry and the programmes as outlined in Mr Watt's speech at j Essendon, is essentially a country programme. A suntanned policy | of railway extension, and in- . creased activity in dealing with I immigration, are its principal j features. Theso are questions m which the progress of the State is intimately hound up, and a Ministry which will givo earnest attention to them will merit the support of all sections of the Liberal Party. There aro still great areas of the country dis tricts which are only partialli developed and which must re main so until they aro linked up with the Railway system. L.md 20 or 30 miles from a railway station, and without good roads, cannot he turned to its best use. There is scarcely a country elec torate in tho Stato which does not co"<Y(i'i'tio'nX A wiso and sustaino.1 system of railway extension would increase tho p...

THE Gippsland Endependen[?] FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

-THE 6tpjHilani) Enticpcniicni FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1914. STORES. - The storekeepers of i Drouin-have decided to close their I promises all day on Monday, Ctith January, (Drouin Sports Daj), The ( Banks and other public ollices will I also be closed. | SrOKTs.--The thiid annual sports ; of the Drouin Sports Club, will be j held oil Monday next, 2(ith inst, and promise to establish a record. The I ontiies in tho principal events are ] law, and an interesting programme | is to bedecided, the programme start- j ing at 13 o'clock sharp. The com- i mittee, with Mr F. Kees as secretary, haveu'-'11 ?".?v . w....w» Llio .Svoning nil entertainment is to be gcven in the Mechanics' Hall by Spencer's Picture Co.. who have been specially engaged. JOUII.N'AI. OK AGKlOl'I.Tl'KE. -Wo have received the current :ssueofthe above publication, which contains a deal of valuable information for those on the land, or anyone interested in agriculture. The magazine may be obtained Iron) the local in ws agents...

NO TROUBLE TO MARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

MO TROUBLE TO MARY. Daiiftlitef <>f (lie Mousi- nc« niaiili: You amy go to bed uoir, Mary, remember, wc brc»Ul;ist at nine. New.Mailt: All ri^lil, iniII I ain't tfomi. yotr needn't wait.

Death of a Balaclava Hero. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Death of a Balaclava Hero. Trede.jar, n. Crimean \ oter.ii], ami much-*.1 v..-erue'l land lord, 'Ik I nfter .1 \w.: illpyr-s Al)orc-n* t'liny, in hi' "Khty-:-."-'v\d ; ear. Bom <>n April h*> entered Uk Amiy In Go Inr: .>ut )n t|,p Crimen In \C*r,\ " H h his i"" ; 1 iiie:;*, t h" 17; !i tn W*. U" Jt.vi'.nt ifryv Moiu-m. f it h«> Mi^n wn;- s'.tvi <] thr^'i^h th» .\h-.i'' nr.'l \v;is pr-^"!!'. nt t U*» "f Aim:., HalHcWivn, h>,d I ur: :j. l:i tt k"t.;r .Wml >im; tli.> I: i!! (1 .' I ?. <-.\vwv/ of t liM I. tL;ht Hrl iio nt IUlo'-l'i vrt , lie £>m iri ; "Snipp ing n*ir hoj-bos hy the head, n\\m:\y w o U'.j har£ not. <;ot many yards w» wore under rir<» uf I '!;.> f'.n-t lv\-»vy !.;s»t«»ry on our »n v. n 'vr.t. tiw pu»:«; Incr^c.slui;. . nmi''st tlv"» thieko.it Mvw.;r ,-.i sh^li, ''.h"t, ^rap*-1. ,-a .t. nu'l mlnl-"» fi*. m ih'i ;'r>'n' nnd tVin':\ horse-! .i111i t:ii'it dropping !>y <.«*or»'...

"THE BIBLE THE ONLY STANDARD OF FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

-jlllK lUltl.K T1IK ()\r.Y STANDARD A OF I 'A 1 1 1 1. BY 1'ASTOK lU'SSKLI,. Tyxt: "]5ui ye ;uv r<»itu'. ... to the [ vt'iifi.i! ;issfinMy and t'Jiiinl) <»i t'h»- First I born, whii.h ;nv wiitn-n in Iumwii" (lie I lnvun xii , St. Paul ]n>ints u* lt.uk to tin* institu tion ol tin* Jewish i .1 /'ownant of I Mount Sinai, ami u>es it as a ju-lnie or type of cX]>i>ri «*t»»vs of tlu1 rhmvh to in- rxi».H-tc<l at tin; V-Vrontl Coining of i ('in Ut. ami tin- i-st.il> ( 3i^lim«nt oi his ^lori | ou> Kin^lom. With : iiiv \>vu lu: }»u-tur»s i tin* m.iivh ot the l.s | !a«-h(es from the Ke.l ; N.-|l to Si,,;,:. .I > ".?" I"" uuit.-il ill, IV |"|- till- (ion '?".".Is .""! tlu.-k wl",.h . '.?. i, (n. '[hi ''j1' " M' he.lHI. and tin- people it All tin-,- linn--, inline i,, Si I'IIII, »"<? Mi.'Miii,l,,u,I,-, "i still im.iv won.[or I..I minus to I.,- i;.v|., i t.'.l in tl". n.-,n luiuit in ri mi iimi t ion with tii.- inauguration o...

Some Eyes Find Things Easily. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Some Eyes Find Things Easily. All good eyes do not. too nlilso. People whoso even will thow ttio same focus l.v mi expert lost do not see alike. They may look at the same object mid sec It ontiro- j ly diiTeivnt. Some men nre adepts in rinding .somot hlng with their eyes, while their compunloiis who may posscsw just ns good vision uro not able to locate objects at all without great dldieulty. The niun who rati walk about the Iuw11 or in the park anil pic!; up four-leaf clovers has 'on eye tluit is worth big money to him. Ife can easily- he trained tc» see things that tho ordinary mail will miss, Of have to look a long time to ilnd. .Some men who go hunting can see u sipiinvl in nn oak or hickory tree with apparent ease, while others will go strolling about tho timber and never see the animals ut nil- It is the1 same way in tlve open field. The rabbit. can be found sitting by some while others will almost run over the creature. before they can detect it. This ability is a giit. It is...

Ten Times Round the Globe. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Ton Times Round the Globe. Tho rnl'lo lines of tho world amount, in n ^rnnd tolM, to ovor two hun dred nnd sixty UiouHiind inik'n, moiv thnii ^no'J^h to draw a glrdlo t«-n times around tho unrth at tho T\<|iialor. Tlifs work has all l>o«;u n»vr>m|»lishrfl sinc«> lS»3r». Tho long »':if J ii:** is from Kngland to Aus tralia It y way of t h<"; Capo of Good ' Hup'', lo,n,io miWf Tho bun H'st .sr. tioa of i ha soa bottom if, of coui>«', (hi.* North Atlantic, .movcu» tvon i'hI.»!oh eontriiiL? in tho St. IaMvr<nn'o Miction and Now York. Tho loivyoat Htr^tch without a r<» lay station W from Vancouver to Kannin^ J/dnnd in Ihu North IV t*ifirr midway bctwryn Australia ond Ymk'OUVLT, a,000 milos, nmdo ncco« sary l»y tho rule of tho Uritish < Jovernmont forbidding cablo land inga on any save liritinh sol!.

PROFITABLE ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

PROFITABLE ROSES. Hoses, though generally admired as the moot beautiful flower, are nut universally recognised us the profit able article of cuiraiK'ivi! that th",v renlly nro.' Trade roses an' kvov.ii in ini'in'b parts ot Europe, but chieily at Cirnssc, In Franco, and KasanliU, in Bulgaria, where grunt stretches of rose gardens provide the chief sup jily of rosea for the market;- of the world. The highly eultivat"d roses lire useless for commercial pur poses, ami both at (Irasse anil Ka sanlik it is the cabbage rose that is chiefly grown- "tile rose of a loin dred petals;," as they eall it in Southern France. The Grasse roses are used chi'tly for pomades, soaps, ros" w at"i\ and conmioflit ies ; and the demand made the manui'aeluri'rs "f such on the rose-glou ers of (,'rasse can l>e partly guagi'd from the fact that more than 'J.ot'O.OOOlb. of r>>ses are nnwally fathered in the <|isi rid . i Kssenee-or, as it is called, attar! f r'W.s-is rarely made in France. '...

Good for Cut Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Good for Cut Flowers. To prolong the life of cat doners | two profoHflonj of thn School of I Agriculture at, Kenny?, Fiance, hcv' o recently compared t.ho ei'foct of var ious solutions wiili tbrit, (>i pPiin water. ' Over 100 ililTnront kin< 1:. ? >! ilo^ or-? wor^ trh'd. It «'n;i iouivl thnt nio m of thorn would llvo <»nd (-tny lY-'-m much longer If some su;jp»r va:; put Intci lh« v.vtM* in wh|«:h th«.\v wer" knpt. SiiK'nr. hnupv-n", war> m> h*«lp 'o tulips. daisies, or rhry^nnt mmi'ims. nn*J it \cnn a o Inhirv to lilies and v.r#vt pon'i. If aro^IffiT t oil tlio op^nim; of Ui« bud:\ »::.p"«:u'l. )y of r<»sos ami orchids. Smnll quantifier. of chloral. Hn*. glvmrino, alcohol, limy wat^r, ami oven ammonia : nlLi, >;r>ne<) to I'Migth'-n th'i 11v»*«; of wiriouri l.indn of dower;'. Tii«> v.nt.'t* thU'.J '': 11 <"«J. i - ti«M 1'* should cnnio n.'i ten'.- h;« pos sible to th»> bU>SMOuu:. In other words, th»« ...

State-owned Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

State-owned Railways. Interesting information regarding State-owned railways is fslvou iti u return published by the Hoard of Trade recently in lOn^lntnl. Canada had mil°s <»f pri vatelv-ouncd and operated 11n**^ in 10 1 1, against 'J.'.'IS mih'K State oivficd and operated and l'.'U miles owned |»y I la' State and privately operated. Australia had miles State uwiiril and 1 .*'. * I pri \;itdy owned; South Africa, 7,.V!^ miles State owned and pri vately ottiH'd ; New Zealand, niih's State oura-i and ninet > -i»in** privately owiu'd ; and Newfoundland 7'2'A miles State owned but pri vately operated, and fort y-r>o von privately owned. India had 83'-1 miles of mil ways, of whirl) t»,s7l wero State owned mid operated, Statu owned hut privately operated, 1,'WiU owned and operated by native States, and I,(MS owned by native States and worked by companies. . -*. .»- Colo nies nnd Protectorates there wero miles rii'lwnys privately owned. Forty-lu.> foreign States are cov...

DETECTIVE'S RUSE. HOW A T[?]UEF WAS TRAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

DETECTIVE'S RUSE. HOW A Til IKK WAS TUAl'riOD. Sninv umis ac;o a famous 1 ti\n owl vc'iicrnllrd a rriminal who1") ! rras't anil running tho funn^r roiU- 1 is»'fl uf'to iti annual ciministotiers prolaMy swpHi<»r to his. Th»% ir< ._'>!" (says Hi.? "Now York Tribune") was hih1 of the lnrgor fit in lVmis\ 1 viinia A hank had rol'h'M! s\ Mrm;it ieally lor over n |»oi'i«mI (»t lotir jimmlv., and afior a s|<. *fi' M>rr«'t!y on (he imsi; th«» was pretty roiiv Ihnt I ho swrr^ssimi of roMwries was tij hp laid at thr eashi«T's door. lYoi'f positive, llOWOM'l*, wns lack ing, m 11 . { (In1 il« *t «'<.* iv«\ althow^h his rnind was Niadn up as to the rnshirr's uiull , appr<"'-iat4>d that ho had :i h-ad'ii rly nothing in tho way of <*<11ti*r«. t r id.'MCO \\ IhM'i'W it h to IfwljM- imi ;in indinvt ehar^o acr.fir.M Mi" v:;.s, ><tJ <-d man. Ii. was ''' ial that th«* eaMiirt* In* given MiiiiV...

Awkward Cash. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Awkward Cash. I'ure fcjher, broken into small, irregular pieces, forms the pay of the Chinese soldier. Payment is e.n extraordinary process. The whole of the night* preceding is occupied in weighing out for each man his required quantity of silver, which is a very, todioua business, and only successfully accomplished by infinite eare> for here a piece the size of a pin's head has to be chipped oft, and there a piece of .similar mi nute proportions added. Iu\ch man's silver bits are uirefully wrapped in paper, with his name en dorsed upon it. and the various par cels are distributed upon parade. A private receives three nnd a half taels-equal' to about nineteen shill ings-a month, and, having got his ?silver parrel, loses no time in ex changing the pieces nt the nearest tradesman's shop, where for each tael (r»s. 5d.) he receives l,Oui> small coins, called cash. I,aek of desire to eat after the death of a n«»ar relative led Mr. W\ Keidfeman, of Ifarrisburg, t'enn sylvania, to a...

THE NEW FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

THE NEW FARMING. doing through a patch of Aus tralian forest. recently, to ?*ee r\ fanner on business, I was .suddenly pulled up by a stentorian .shout* iniv. "Hi'yV I.ook out ! Quit like blazes 1 looked in i|u.> direr-lion from which l he Veils proceed^!, to bee a trii 11 nt figure wa\ing his arms to me like a windinill pone mad. Appa rently ho was telling mo to get out of the way of something, so, tak ing his rude advic*-, I "quit" into the shelter of the bush, and in a few secomN was standing beside him. "What's up, anyway V" I jerked out after a hurried sprint. "Jos wait, a hit nn' you'll see," h« . grinned. We wore standing on the edge of a clearing in the forest. and the mat ted undergrowth had been cleared o[Y by the simple expedient, of driv ing n lire through tlie mnss; the were burning furiously in one for* Tier, leaving the nr«'a dotted with a host of scorched stumps, ranging in si/.e up to Iwn f»»et in diameter. As I was trudging along con tent e.jly on the edge of 1 ...

METAPHORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

METAPHORS. The use of metaphors often lends t< >imuMii<r Hiliornici.Mns. Quo has heard for example, of the gentleman wh< liis political adversary to i b' * of pre.v Vi"!:!'.'1: had had its teotl pulled. Councillor McAllcn, a member o. the West Hum Town Council, went out better than this when, seeking to sootln some colleagues w hom lie had ulfronted he said, " I am sorry to Itavo raiset such a flnmo, bill I will pour oil 01 it." Animosity was forgotten in laugh ter, and tho laughter was renewed whei Inter tho councillor, in n burst of «n thusiasni, referred to some peoplo hei. " like tho camel which, wlion it didn'1 icant to »eo anything, buried ita beat in the sand." First man (in club smoking-room): "Do you know that I havo a lion thai oofer"l».vs <»n ogg on SundayP" .^ocond Man: "Now, that's most in tovesting. What can bo tho reason foi that f" Third Man: " I havo a theory," ot»., tie. Fourth linn: " It occurs to me " \ic., otc. Afte...

BRAVELY FOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

BHAVELY FOUGHT. u, numeroun ktUo'us. one bright day in Bprmw moourage<£ her lit t lo oni'S to froli ibout tl»o .stable door where sho iived While sho was joining them in the" -.ricks ami gambols, a large hawk, uh .vas sailing above tho barn-yard, in unmont darted upon 0110 of tho Ui* :<»ns. and would have as quickly born t olF but for tho courageous motho .vho, seeing tho danger of her oil spring, sprang on the common enoinj .vho, to defend itself, let fall tlie prizr Tho battle presently became severe*! Doth parties. Tho hawk, !iy the powe ')i its wings, tho sharpness of it ;alons, and the strength of his beak .iad for a while the advantage, cruell* ace,rating tho poor cat, and actual)* Jeprivmg her of one eye in tho con Hict. Hut puss, not in the loav Jannted at tho Occident, strovo wit» ail her cunning and agility for the kit ens till she had broken tho wing o" ?..'X adversary. In this state sho got »im more within tho power of h<" .?laws, and, av...

"A MIRACLE STONE." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

A MIKACLK STON'K. The mystery of the " miraele-stona,^ | which for centuries has been regardedj with awe by the inhabitants of a re ; moto mountain region in the Sierra! Macros, in the western part of tlir State of Chihuahua, Mexico, has bw?i solved. When the lirst explorers enter, ed that region many years n^o thej found that the. Indians there wore a sninil piece of peculiar stone, which war attached to a tlioiiK around their necks. The Indians ascribed miraculous heal ing powers to the stone, and claimed that it was a euro for rheumatism and ill chronic diseases of the body. Scien tific men ridiculed the idea of its po> any curative properties, con ddorinji Uiat it was a superstition idea whicli had been handed down fron generation to generation by the It liaiiK. A short time ago several piece of the stone, which is found in con Adorable quantities in the mountains ;vero obtained bv a minoralogist, an- i *aken to the city of Mexico, whore tl:.*' i ?vore analysed. They were fou...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

NURSE EVANS of Titminia *nd Victon*, writes her opinio* of CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have been mining for twenty yean in Ta» mania and Victoria, 10 my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse must know the best medi cine to give a patient. Some I have nursed have been so il! 1 never could have taken their case only 1 knew Clementt Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What I am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to health. (Si2acd) NURSE EVANS." wins krtp this Mrilicine on iiaiiil hi vim wi I L«p lieulthv. II v.MI ?I i! Vol" CUT AN\i I ? 1.11:l-'KOM I.USS 111-' SI.KKl', "HAKNI'S* AVTHR I I.I.N VS.. Tn-.VnON, 1NI>IC. I-'^TIIIN". ?.ii< An-KiTi K, Vi i-:>;; NHUVICS, :iiul iiii.ioi".-.:* i s>. I1 49 rrovo«t Strcrt, Nlh. If* *112. TOr.US end CI'KF.'.ISTS SELL IT. vlhy Suffer the snares or injurm BILIOUSNESS, ...

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning eo'rie parts of the district , news comcs but seldom. This is not , (lie fault of the Editor, fur ho has no j miraculous power >>f knowing waat is happening in nil the places i:: llio area | j nf circulation. It is the iaiilt of resid-; e*>tn in the silent p.ice?. i j Will soint-. man m vromaa like the j j matter on hand and cat^e the eilonce to j ; ceacc ? j If no one else ii doing it fur your' ! district, will YOU try on these liufs ? Send accounts of public and social I events in your township or neighbor- i ho d, such n.j weddings, death?, aceid- ; i ents, concerts, matters touching indus- j ? tries, etc. | Do not tiother about grammar or .apellinir , it is the Editot's work t;i ! ' lj'.'jk. \ Write o'i one side of the paper only. ! Give information, but let criticism ' alone. Write your name in Some e rnor not for printing, but to prore good : faith. j ACCOUNTS.-The following ac j counts are awaiting payment at the I Warragul Receip...

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