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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

? -ANSWERS,. ,.t ..r;.' ^': - *? ' ? j. t J t. Anyone dcuiruus oT a description of ol'iaraoter by iuean'! x-f tliis uliaiiuiug art hnguulf to enolose an outline -or their Laud, with IE peuny ptaraus (addressed '? Zeuo,' dinner offioej, and the de eariptiou will appear in tkis calntnu. Any in euious itiilividual will device ft' reftdr means of outliniuc — forinstaqce, tho old nietbofl of lunuing a lead ponoit abbut the )hobd unit - as well to flfl iu the priiclpaf marUuire or lines of' ItoiS lWrn Bi'ah lo g^ive more data. ^ ' J *^ ? t Ct, ?:, \ Leiitera contaiuinir coin miut lm rapTiitAraii. ' '' ' . ^AcM.ve. — you are an individual who does . not bogrudge hard work .to dttain your ? .- . object— yon'are active and plodding, value this life tp4. Valufiftej^dUrtited^ to*i\( V'i acquired through mixing with the world. You require to investigate before, you.iojut -? 'believe, and do not like to 'qopept , evidentse, . on hearsay. You reason Well from effect ? to cause and should 6ucceed ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TALK AT THE CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

tALK AT IWGiJPI I lBt citizen: Di^jf-WrJffiflf-' ***».? lames Hall is becoming ^ Whew An fcvealed religion P W*V. -M«v. ' I 2ndoitizen: Impossible^,,, . ,,, ^.,, I 1st citiwn: 1-o tyVPv^f.tS IAb a tradesman he qpt»r«UKwii** [to succeed in business.,,^ he, ^ro^des, [himself with a supeno^.ftafe fif; tnow them by their^Vf ^Wf |ne thing. Then J^gP^ W Ind Bpeechi6ed foi-tVW,^ B&iveW letum for N«^.fi«*«*;1^'?!-^?! IheBe fact* togeth^4i|a-ilt ^Mmes, fclear that he $$i V^'M'f ??'&'? Lords of St. fofew '.to.-.'*** f'« kalline' and 'eleDtion^eune? ,-.'??'? -y I f'Ti.**rfylji'': ''''''''' '' '' '' I CyniouB Junior ia the name by Ivhick one of my Triends ia , Inm.; fee has ' views ' upon most tfabjeBny nd is never happier tnffeg[b^ J-he ^j ir his somewhat peBiii^f..-pm^qj) n the presence, ;iiflf,q.$FtW.WWtiP: Leareri. He gave up .tUe following he other day. I wish'i'ywl1 could' ave witnessed W l^Vity-;'^ Inch he delirerea'thlB^Bpeecb:. 'The Lame of Russell has for centuries bee...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 30 December 1893

DON'i' forget Fancy Dress Ball, Jan. 4, Exhibition Building.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE GOSPEL OF "VITTLES." [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

The Gospel of 'VlTTLES.' Heiuld'1'1' We reaCh the mas'B8 ?— Gbbisiuk How shall we reach the masses ? Drop your dogmas down a well ; Play a sacred hyinu, my brother, on the holy dinner bell ; Talk a little less of golden harps and lands beyond the tnoon- And try the masses, brother, with the jingle of a spoon. Assail them with a bread-knife and assault thorn with a fork ; Try loasted joint and fatted calf and duck and peas and pork ; Seize basin, bowl, and porridge-pot, and play a merry tune, And start the masses singing to the jingle of a spoon. J e Such wary watch on.sceptic wolves ye care ful shepherds keep That, while yo guard the Master's fold ve tail to feed the sheep ; But, brothers, 'twas a saying 8age, in days ?re ye were born, ' Ev'ry shpep must have his pasture ere he couieth to be shorn.' ' Some people have such little souls '— the glorious Goethe said, And many more (right well we know) have mighty little head, But a mouth and maw capacious hath each loan and hungry loon...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LORD AND THE SQUATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

The Lord am the i Squatter. ^auJ J?Qpd stories, says Quia, are told of Billy Carolin, the drover, who died the other day in Melbourne from an overdose of chlorody lie. On one of his tri£s with cattle ifrpm Queensland to Victoria . he' jiad Lord Henry Phipps, eon »f the then G-overhbr of Queensland; With him; 'On reaching lie 'Ifurrav. Oh.mlin i*t.i-: -nu;XJi afcrpss the. river to 31ount!fippe Station to give notice of the cattle crossing on the morrow. When Phipps got to the homestead lie knocked at the door, which was opened by old Argyle, the squatter, himself. . ' I have ? come to give notice of cattle crossing to-morrow from Queensland, Oarolin in charge,' said Phipps. ''And what the deuce is your name P ' said Argyle. ' Uor4 Henry Pfaipps,' replied the notice giver. 'Oh, that be blowed for a yarn,' returned the other, ' Why I am the Duke of Argyle,' and with a bang he closed the doors. Phipns went back to the camp, and told Uarolin that the old squatter accross the river was th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOIDEN HABBUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

Hoiden Hubbub. Each and every mortal hour it last*, in this manner; the infinite liubbub unslackened. / The question of the validity of tfie new Electoral Act of New South Wales has been raised by Truth, that journal, with tha advent of its new editor, Mr. A. G. Taylor, claim ? Ml* 4-1^a4- itiA /^nBBn4^«-aarf--n«. A r*i- /rt«#l »ug nuau buo UUMDU1UUUU4 AUt ^tt'u the Imperial Enabling Act to which the former is a schedule) while con-, ferring plenary intra-inural legisla tive powers upon the Parliament of New South Wales, prescribed and limited the method by which these powers should be exercised, and although specially providing for and permitting the colonial legislature to legislate to alter divisions, appoint members, and provide for the issue of writs, etc,, no specific power has been given to alter the franchise, or take away the eligibility of candidates as fixed by the Constitution Act. The question is now under the considera tion of the Attorney-General, and it is not improb...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Black Dingo CHAPTER VI. THE ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

Black Dingo [By J. J. SnEBrDAN.l chapter vi. The Abbival. Daniel Whyso, (lie - ovetacer, was one of the natural prodiiicti of the soil. Bom in Victoria he had already acquired the appearance of middle age without having once1 crossed the borders. The .joys and woes that formed the chapters of his embittered «iB were rot or ipeal origin* Jji early yeai-s he had tried the diggings ; with the little capital thus amassed he attempted farming and failed; The only thing he had gained and retained permanent possession of was. a lady like wife of refined tastes and slightly expensive habits. During years of ill-paid toil a daughter was born, but beyond an all too meagre salary nothing else of the prizes of existence came his way. Consequently Whyso felt a grudge against Dame Fortune, ponsidering himself an ill used man who had a right to com plain, he took full advantage of hi* supposed privilege and became a con On the eighth day after Dingo left the Billy and Bluey Whyso took his accustom...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LETTERS OF S.A. IYER. No. IX. TO YUNG LING. ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

LETTERS flPSMYm ?No. ix. ,. /? ? : TO YUNG LING, ESQ. '' i My dear Sir,— I propose in this and a few following letters^ixTjieaJ wfth the sub' ject of education, and in doing so will endeavor to narrate the story .of Trih Ard who lived in the island of Neuniauia at the time mentioned in my last letter., In the pleasant little township known to the Npii luanians by the neat and expressive najnie of Nogo there lived a worthy old oouble called Ard. They had but one child/ an intelligent little fellow whom they called, Trih ; and when he had arrived at the. age of six years they determined after touch careful consideiation to send him to school. The two old people were both ignorant of the art of reading, and as the country when they were young did not supply free education, they being of the. laboring classes, had neither had the means nor the opportunities for acquiring that important branch of knowledge. They were, how erer, by no means singular in this respect, for strange as it may ...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

IF YOU LIKE NICE T^A ASK YOy^qnOC^R^OR NELSON m CaEBRATCOScTHE BE$T PURE INDIAN CHINA& CEYLON TEAS PROCURABLE

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILL'S NOTIONS. SATAN'S BRIGADE OR THE WARLIK'S CRANKS.—VISITING GEESE, AND HOW THEY ARE PLUCKED:—BILL HAS TOO STRONG [?] PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

wmm r:-_ riSta,] ff 3ATAN1sy,,finic(A|B OB THtfjpffiffllfiBSfi QpANfS.— X-«il|lNa GrE^l AND / HOW THEV 4EE P^'JKfFr — £;, Bill fejjpoo Ste#B ewKuteTaocorainterBilT, the princer pal miseries of modern life; an it must be admitted thers more than a spoonful of truth in this. For wether its in a crowd where ther trouble con 'Biste ?ifa-Mtin yer -foes^ under 'suilf masher coves delercate fourteens, or by avin yer ribs counted by a gnrl's pointed elbow, or-4n-='the tSountry' where yer may shy stones at a goat oii day and not hit a human being or brake a winder, . Bill ses were ever yer be youve got a grand chance, sort of winnin ticket in that sweep like, to be made miserable. If yer aint gifted with the ability *ter make yersplf groan, then sum crank or other will howl till yer about as happy as a eel on a gridiron. Hobart, as yer ackin bed noe dout has let yer noe pretty often afore tnis, is one of the ulaces where the brainy crank is distin guished for bis circular saw screech, his ma...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Horse Racing on King Island [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

Hors^^acing on ,::r_ JQpg Islaja4E4 Dbae Cjmppee,— There are tYoTlight 'hoUBes on this Island whicfi youf;jbaders SviU know lies iu Bass' Straits. Each Tight has its compliment of keepers, and residing upon the island are about a dozenjlomiliet «f settlers, the majority, of -whom live in the vicinity of Currie Harbour, thje .Sputh ern light. Some time ago (1890 of there abouts), Jan energetic settler Vith -success cleared, and marked with posts. ,'lW.site is a gplendid'one ; the track, which is round, measures as near a mile as seventeen hundred and sixty yards. 'Spectators are enabled to view the whole of .the rac^s from the hills which range along the north side. Race day is a oare. holiday for the islanders, and though the attendance, from a city point of view, is rather limited yefrthere is as much excitement as at Gup Day at Flera ington. The stakes are. of course small but they are as nothing compared with the honor of a ~. win. No betting is allowed on the course under penalt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

, .:,. , ;;.i!fEW_TowN. VIV| B 0I1D I N G si it, I ; MxmrtoSe^oJ^a^a^ | ? !$30 each. ; :Payable]ironthly | Plans, etc., from 1 F.rMiLSOM, 1 :-LW-¥D estate a^Nt I 1 Oopk^Chainbers, ' I ^ELI^A^ETH-^TEEE^jOBAKi, I JAME^ROBBT] IMPjOiRTfil'R, i I ELizAnETH-STREET. 1 : Just unpacked, ex Lufra, a Large tssortment of 5 ; jIrriage, gig, and buggy , ? LAMPS. i Also manufactnriug Saddles, all of I TASMANIAN LEATHER, j Anv Pattern, I Hotels. E. M'Hugh (Late of Launoesfcon) 'v. Intimates to his friends and the public fcl&t he has taken the commodious CORNWALL HOTEL, CORNER OF ARGYLE & COLLINS STS None but Best Brands of Ales Wines and Spirits. ~angel1nnT~ 255 Aeqtle-stkeet The Best Spirits, Wines, Ales, and Bners J. 3. McLOTTGHLIN, Telephone 91. Pr°priet°r- I neatre Royal Hotel CAMPBELL-STREET, HOBART. A. WILSON. Pbopbietob. [P YOU WANT A GLASS OP GOOD CALL AT MARTIN CASEf'S Canterbury Inn Uizabeth-st. N.B.-Martin C«ey guarau aes that His Beer will not produofl a swelled ea4 in t...

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Hanging Women. MRS KNORR TO GO THE SCAFFOLD. PREVIOUS EXECUTIONS OF WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

flanging 'Women, PEEV?pffS; iiEXBQUTIONS 0$ WOMEN., ? ' ' ? - — - n The Victorian Bscou-;i-eJhaye determined tliat Mrs'; inorr's sentence ttall be.cajned out As public sentiment is greatly opposed to;tlf-}!GXti-$*£ pofldltyofMht.ia'wibeiiig'itn posed upon wornen|/e£qr,ts are sure to be made to gain her, a reprcive, The authorities ^IVliolWveribO'iatatattaettS oppose any sueh ppmmutaticn pf ,- seutenp?.^ they find themselves quite helpless to contend with the ever increasing Wi3 'aKriminabla crime of in fanticide and the baby-fagaitng ghouls. The condemnad,-«)iWipS-J5rtVF wl» ue 1Q-,. creased 1i/ 4fie**g!tinHse1-rng taper light of hope that is'Sure to burn *o thelvery Ust, as only rone woman has era- : been hanged: in' Victoria, .and that*) ioogago«s -1662,'when.. Mrs. Sootfc went to the scaffold at; 'Mansfield . with th6:utni-Sstlodolne6&.' i Her : clime Ibeing that she moiled her paramour, .Oedge,' aged' 10, (osliool her drunken husband; to Whom: she was married when she wa...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

! Jas. Sargeani (Member Hobart Stock Exchan STOOK AND SHAEEBEOKE No. 17 HOBABT SrOCK EKCtt ??? ? COLUNS-BTBEBT, HoBAKT, Piccadilly Caf- ? ? m the place to get a good Cup - /'TEA, COFFEE, OR CHOCOI with all kinds of PaRtry and Sweel .?'.i.': i Moderate Prices. ';;-? ?,' '?' ROBERTS &' CO., Proprie ? Tailoring. ' ;TASMANIAN TWEED SUIT 'PROM 50s.i TROUSERS, 16b. ^ngliBh, Scotch, and Continental t,.. ? „ equally reasonable. ; , 1 it and workmanship .equal to anv ' .in'Tasinaiiija, and superior tp the ma of the sb^ailoa Tailors, employing L and inferior labor. I superintend a ivorkmyself and pay the highest rs wages, which enables me to turn oi pest of work. Fit and Style seldom equalled and ; excelled. J L. Sauit, 96 Eliza.beth-stb.eet. CHEAP BOOT 20,000 Pairs to Bolect from. 20 PEE CENT, cheaper than any other house in H- The Secret is wo BUY FOR CASH And SELL FOR CASH. Address, People's Boot G 133 ELIZABETH STREET (Opposite Ash, Chemist.) S. Wade Gower ! PICTURE-FRAME MAKEE &a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

LIKE DUCKS TO TH WATER ONE AFTER THE OTHER ONE AFTER THE OTHER ONE AFTER THE OTHER The People Flock to PLAISTER'S. ? BUT WHY ? Well to be candid with you, I CEL CHEP. And not only that, you get good hoi ] : Talue . Whore otliera sell G-mt'.s inferior cotton si of dolh for 2-s., I sell them good . wool Suits for lfis Od, therefore you ? SAVE 8s Cd in one line only. With that- Eight and Sispeuce, let me ?whiityou ciin do. Why, pay your fare upwards of 30 milea in boat, train, or cop This is only one line I am quoting, matter be it Hat, Collar, Tie, Bhirt, or So( you save on every article by dealing with THE PEOPLE'S DRAPER, A. E. Plaister's 95 ELIZABETH STKEE Lloyd's Buildings, ? THE ONLY ADDRESS. THEATRE ROYAL. Lessee and Manager ... Bland Ho TII1S (Saturday) EVENING, January fi and Fur Four Nights Only. 'BLAND HOLT will present to his patrons a, Drama deali with barrack and public life, life, entitle* THE TRUMPET CALL, THE TRUMPET CALL, THE TRUMPET CALL, by Ocorge R. Sims find Rober...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREE SPEECH. CONSERVATIVES AND THE MATABELE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

FREE SPEECH. CONSERVATIVES AND THE , - '; MATABELE. War.in South Africa is crimson with. dlBBSters to the British arms, and Mways the result of overconfi denog, hence the annihilation of Cap taijpjiy'ileon's party by the Matabele lUKZiojra. '.comes with, no surprise, fflSntiugbritwaB fondly hoped that with the advent of the maxim gun the whites would at all times be able ^^H to cope with the savage. All through ^^Hi&fi English-speaking world this war ^^H is receiving greater attention than its ^^H size and incidents would under ordi ^^HLfi%Ty' circumstances have warranted, ^^H^nd jihis interest can only be ac ^^H counted for by the awakening of ^^H England's soul to its responsibilities ^^H as the colonising nation of the world. ^^H The powers-that-be both in England ^^H and the colonies are highly indignant ^^Hat the preachers of humanity that ^^H are pushing the question of our rela ^^Htions to these races into actual ^^H politics. The preachers have not ^^H appeared in th...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RICHMOND FANATICAL OUTBREAK. RACES V. GARDEN PARTIES. BRASS BAND V. ORGAN GRINDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

The Richmond Fana tical Outbreak. RACES V. GAKDEN PARTIES. BRASS BAND V. ORGAN GRINDING. ' Here lies a ?widow who carried melody in tlio mouth and gall in her heart. She used 'to go out for prey in the families round about, aud the prey she hunted was her neighbors' faults, and she was an inde Tatigablo huutor. ' — Andersen's Tales. Whew ! What a hubbub and a cackling comes from Richmond, and The Clipper lias lik/7' 4vk con/) lfe onnnial +-s i-fl/iini in. formation of what the rumpus is all about. On Boxing Day things were rendered a trifle lively in that lonely littlo township owing to the annual race meeting, and everything appeared jovial and har monious; but there existed a rift in the lute that wa6 destined to widen and bring about a perfect tempest. Richmond is un fortunate enough to possess a strong minded ?woman, and worse still she is of the evangelistic type, though she does good in the winter months by the forma tion of coffee clubs, etc., helping to lighten the weariness...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

UNDEE DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE. ON EXH1UITJON, FOE A 8HOET SEASON OF SEVEN YEAES. The Greatest Wonder of tbe Age. MICKEY ANDERSON, late of the Criterion Hotel, Liverpool street, now at tlie GREYHOUND HOTEL, Antill-street, The Living Phonograph. Originals Orations and Popular Songs, comprising ' The Little Pub Bound the Corner,' ' Fairly In It,' 'To Be There,'' and (if you can't find the place) ' Ask a Policeman.' The Netrest Brews of Cascade Ale and Beer handed round, at intervals. Come early, and stay as long as you like. Doors open at the usual time. Admission Free. No Collection. Tou can p.ty without coming in, but you can't como in without} paying. LOOK THIS WAV !— Popular Excursion .Steamer lltj'UN. Wednesday Noxt, 2.80 p iu. I'asneiiKUi's landed at Kisdou and Old lieach. Kibbiuj: and Wild Flower*. Best view iu Tasmania on ronle. Splendid Band on board. Tickets limited, If. j Children Od. Secure early. ^ ? WHESTLIXK CHAU.EXGE.-To the Editor of tbe Hobart Clipper.— 'Dear Sir— As ...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

eLA-BKE^Y. ' But still Us tongue ran on, Aud, with its everlasting clack, Set nil men's cara upon tlie rack.'— Hudibuas. Sayp an authority, ' Show me a regular deadhead, and I will eliow you ilie most tm flinching critic in the theatre, and a king of uuisnuces.' Rough on the press gang. Excursion steamer Huou makes a fish ing and pleasure trip to Eiadon and Old Beach on Wednesday afternoon next. With fino weather no doubt this popular boat will bo as usual crowded. Selections of music will.be played to and and fro by, a local band. Dear Clipper, — We heard a lot a short time ago about the retirement of our Police Magistrate, but I notice he is there still. Is it because he was disappointed in not getting pensioned on fall pay, or what ? — Yours, Nettle. CoriOHADO, U.S., has given women the State suffrage equally with men. The con stitutional amendment was carrier! by a majority of JOOD votes. THE Premier of Victoria ie of opinion that, a poor rate in imperative; in tbe future. TUe l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Million of Money. BLAND HOLT AT THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 6 January 1894

Million of Money. BLAND HOLT AT THE BOYAL. liast Saturday night in keeping with the holiday season Bland Holt planked down ' A Million of Money ' on the boards of the ftoyal, with the result that Hobart fairly. ' sised ' again, the cycle of the dis turbance extending far into the country as each outgoing train carried the intelli gence with it. The excitement rose to feverheat on New Year's night, a crowded house being gathered together to witness this grand sporting and military drama, and a writer's ingenuity would be put to a severe test to coin a phrase that would convey to the reader the mechanical and artistic ability that was lavished upon its staging. It is considered a great feat, worthy the talents of our greatest generals, to get a large body of troops out of a London park, but what must be said of tho manager that can place the panoramic effects of a large racecourse in its intense realism on the very restricted area of the old Royal's stage The play was followed vith th...

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