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Church of England Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

Church of England Sunday School. On Sunday afternoon last the distribution of prizes won by the children attending St Andrew's Sabbath School in Braidwood at the annual exami nation in 1888, were presented to the fortunate winners by Mrs. B. J. C. Moddroll, of Mona Cot tage. The prizes consisted of books of a suitable character. The Rev. C. L. Handcock, who was present, delivered a short address to the children, complimenting them on the progress they had made in scriptural learning during the past year. The examiners, he said, had reported better answering every year, while the attendance last year was ex ceptionally good, some of the scholars never having missed a Suuday and many absented themselves only through sickness. The rule of the school was to take the eldest children as teachers. This was done because having derived their knowledge in the school, they knew the system of instruction better than others who had not worked themselves up through the school, and what was of gre...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Floating Stable. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

A Floating Stable. Mr, Pierre Lorillard, the well-known American sportsman and the former owner of the racehorse lroquois, is having construc ted a novel craft which he calls n. floating stable. It is like no other boat, having been designed after Mr, LoriUard's own ideas. The vessel is 40 ft. long by 1 4 ft. beam, and is of sloop model with flat bottom. Its draft will be only about 2ft., so that it can be taken un the shallowest rivers and streams. It has a rudder, but no propelling aparatus, as Mr. Lorillard will have it towed. The main deck is housed in. Within the en closure there are stalls sift for four horses und cabin accommodation forward for three men. Above the cabin is a roomy deck, sur rounded by a hand-rail. This will probably be used by the men while on the watch, and also for Mr. LoriUard's dog-kennol. Near the stern of the vessel is a hoisting aparatus, for raising or lowering the gang-planks, so that the horses and dogs can be put asliore almost at a moment's notic...

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The Family of the Emperor of china. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

The Family of the Emperor of Cbiiia. The NonTH China Hf.h.u.d gives a curious account of the manner in which the genealo gical statement of the family of the Emperor of China is periodically compiled. On Sep tember 15 last the book containing it was despatched from Pckin U- Moukden, in Man churia, for preservation, being honoured by the way as if for an Imperial progress. Yel low earth was sprinkled on the surface, all booths were removed, silence reigned along tlic route, ana no one was auoweu to oe in the street. All windows and doors were closed, andtbeunfortunateboothkeepers along the line of march lose a week's receipts, for it takes this time to prepare the streets for tho passage of the book. The latter is com piled every 10 years, and consists of two volumes, one bound in yellow and one in red. Tlie first contains the names of the Emperor's immediate relatives, the second those of the more distant, and these wear yellow and red girdles respectively. The rules for making and ...

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Bazaine and his Escape [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

Bazainc and his Escape When Bazainc was at Spa, after his escape from his island prison, the London correspon dent of the Manchester Guardian had nearly an hour's talk with him. He said not a word of any Englishman, and was prin cipally concerned in showing tlie scratches which he alleged were made by the collision with the rocks he had descended in Jiis flight. It bad been suggested that the rope ladder was a trick to hidu the fact that he had walked from his prison with the aid of the golden keys of bribery, and Bazaine, who looked anything but an athlete — he was %'ery stout and puffy — insisted upon showing the abrasions which Jiis hands and ankles had sustained.

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A Famous Skin Beautfier. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

A Famous Skin Beautlfier. A woman died in Baltimore a few days ago at the age of 84, who was once tJic talk of Pftris. Her name w-is Guinau, and for merly she was famous in the Freuch capital as a beautiliof of complexions. Her real nauie was Pey»aud. S!ie used to carry on a ? perfumery business, Mid wlvertised n ti'eat- ] tnent warTRHted to make complexions beau tiful. Ladies wlio.se personal attractions were fading sought to, avail themselves of her i Bkill. Tlie process was to give one or two ' washes, which brought out eruptions on the skin, and then to decline proceeding further until a good round sum was paid to her. In Uub way her patients we're terrified into pay ing almost any sum. Finally this course got her into prison in 1875 on a charge of ob taining money under false pretenses. She was released after serving three months, and shortly afterwards went to America.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Europe's Tobacco Pipe [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

Europe's Tobacco ripe According to the Uiilakds WocirENscn rift, the total consumption of tobacco in Europe may be put down at an averageof 2}lb. to each inhabitant. In the Netherlands the proportion is a little over 71b. to eacli inhabi tant ; in Austria-Hungary, 3.81b. ; in Den mark, 3.71b. ; in Switzland, 3.31b. ; in Bel gium, 3.21b. ; in Germany, 31b. ; in Norway 2.3lb. ; in France, 2.1lb, ; in Sweden, nearly 21b. ; in Spain, 1.71b. ; in Great Britain and Ireland, 1.341b. ; in Italy, 1. 251b.; and in Russia, 1.21b. In the United States the proportion is greater than that of any European country except Holland ; it amounts to 4Jlb per inhabitant. The largest revenues derived from tobacco are those of France, Great Britain, Austria-Hungary, and then Spain and Italy.

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The Eiffel Tower in Paris. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

The Eiffel Tower iu Paris. Before the Eiffel Tower was begun in Paris (says a London paper) many persons denounced it as an absurd affair which would make the Exhibition ridiculous. It has been raised to two-thirds of its intended height, but the fact does not in tho least alter tlie opinions of it originally expressed. It was also said to be ' a fool's effort ;' but it is not dear that M. Eiffel's work merits this descrip tion, because if he can make money out of it, lie mil show that he is, so far, a .sensible man. Rumour states that he has already sold the structure to a company, and there are enthusiasts — though what there is about the building to create enthusiasm Die sober observer utterly fails to see — who ' think it should be known to all the world, and that it ought not to remain iu one plnce longer than ten years.' From the top of the tower of Notre Dame and from other lofty buildings in Paris views of the city and surrounding country can be obtained for nothing or next ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

LOCAL NEWS. bKAKGSiK Town. — Tlie proper place lorsnakes is supposed to be in the lieMs or iu the woods, where tlioy arc not looked upon Mover pleasant neigh bours. But when they take it into their heads to locate themselves iu the towns and frisU about your vulcr casks, aud taken biesta Jilto the cut or the dog upon your $oor mat, yoH «vrc flpt toliaye, ioiti jifVoclion for tiicin iijaii^wiecc you inalce wen no-5 fjudiulauoc in quarters less cribbed, cabiued, aud.i oonliiieii; (or - upon resenting such uuws)caij2&»jn- i trusioiiB in your family circle you invariably find { that they have a move intimate knowledge of tlie j nooks and crannies of your premises tlmn yfiuiinvc j yourself, and that tliey arc, /or some time at all i events, wasters of ttie eitu&tum. During Use past ; few weeks several of tlicni usvvc been seen abwil tlie | town. One was killoil on Thursday near Mr. fiiweli j grr's tannery, and annthcr was seen basking along side ut the Jtitchen door nt Mr...

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F.L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

I'. L. Barker's Weekly Produce Reiiort Wool. — At my fortnightly sale ou Wednesday a . large number of buyers attended, and the brisk competition resulted iu a clca.ra.uce of the catalogue. Scoured of fan* quality brought to I5d; greasy, S)A, other descriptions proportiouotely. Xiikki'sixh, — The market remains voiy tirin at late limitations. Leather. — Sole and bazils are in good demand. Ki]» and tweed of suitable subscancc und dressing are saleable, but saddlers' goods are a drug. I can i[uotc8ole, heavy, to l&d ; light aud medium, 'sd to 8d ; tweed, 12d to ICd ; kilt, lftl lo VM ; bar ness,. {brown) 9!.dto Hd: (blaeki, ll.W to I21«l per 1b. ; bridle aud' bag, Ss Oil lo 10d pur' side ; bazils, shoe, 1st, (ist) 7s (id : Suds, :is (id to os p^r dozen. Hidkh.— Prime csIim,, hoaviei, still vuit at high ligui-es whilst shipping lines, tboujih in good it; (juest are at low quotations viz., 2jd to.SJil; light wuiglits, 2ji\ to r.Jd : extra heavies of stout sub stance, 3d lo 4,\ p...

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The Political Situation [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

The £-olilR-«l Situation. The ]-olitical crisis whicli has aiiscn in coiisre il«encc-. of the defeat of tbu (iiivurninunton Wodnes ilay inorniiig, was tin; principal' topic -if rliacussiun on that day. It is generally tliuughl, tlmt apart from Uiv iitn.-al quvdtiou. two impoi-lunl faclurB in bringing alwiit the victory of the Opposition, were the vague aud InisatUfaetuiy dcclcartions of the Uuvurtniiciil with itgard to tiielami kgihlatiou and (he rweiit appointnieuth to the Upper House. A Cabinet meeting wan held iu Uie afternoon to con sider the situation, uiuUhu Minist cits decided to re sign theirposition. Mr. Dibbs accordingly, shortly before 4 o'clock, proceeded to Government House, where be had an interview with hin li'!v-«41«n^vr t.Uo Governor aud teiidcrctl Uis own resignation and that of bis colleagues. The i-esignations «'ere ac cepted, and the Ministry will hold office until their successors uro appointed. Mr. Dihbs offered his Excellency no advice as to who he should scu...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY,WEDNESDAY. 9 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? a ? (rilOM UVll OWN OOUHESl'ONOBNT). SYDNEY, VVedmesdav. n a.m. TheGovenunent have been defeated by a majority of 68 to 64. TnunsDAV, 4.40. p.m. THE NEW MINISTRY. Premier j; Colonial Secretary — Sir Hour}' Parlies Colonial Treasurer — Mr. McMillau Minister for Works— Mr. Bruce Smith Minister for Justice — Mr. Gould Minister for Mines— Mr. Sydney Smith -- Minister for Lauds — Mr. Kruuker Minister for Education— Mr. Carrutheiis Postmaster-General — Mr. O'Connor, Attovttey-Gcuev&l — Mv. Simpson. V.U.C. AUTUMN MEETING. . Hurdle Race. — Sluggard 1, WUoleboueS, Quilv 3. Nutsevv Haiidieaw. — Hiuhelien 1. f':i!nt./ ?? lireailnonglit 3, Autumn' Handicap. — Lochiel ), Mara 2, Theorist 3. Champion Stakes. — Carbine 1, Abercorn 2, Melos 3. Juvenile Stakes. — Sinecure], Rudolph £, Mil ton 3. Free Handicap.— Chetwynd 1, Plutarch 2, Re tort 3. ? 11,1*1 A.M. At the stuck sitlus yesterday 1100 cattle were yavdeil. Vrimowns firm while othbrs were weaker, best beef behiL' wort...

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Parlimentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

i*MiisuHcntm\v. Tlie interest taken by the public iu th« present puliticul fcituatiun was hIidwii by llic attemlaiiee of the public at the Legislative Assembly on Tuesilay. The galleries Wupe ti)li'-1 lung before (he House met, anil numbers of people mre wait ing outside, trying to ;;i'l iiiliiiiwion. Hon niembcis thuiUbulviM, how c»r, did nut, h'jlwiy (huisiuiiuuuxiuty, for whun Mr. !-pcukui- -ook thu iJmir th-iic were only SO hon. gentlemen in their seat*, :i'- xat on Uie Ooveriimcut cide, wliilu 4.1 wcrciiiOpprisitiuii. At 10 miuuR's to !i n'elock (hu order of the .lay fid' (.hfi 11»KIIIII1ltliill nf tin. itdutiii'iiiul .li.1i--4.. .... *!.*, mWiew ill vu'ily vvivs willed mi. M r. Abigail rose to addm* the Honue. He a aid tint «uch n. pitiable wpecUicle as that presented by (he present (jovcm niunt was nuvcv uuen in Unit House. Hu pnwuuilnl to retort upun the Ptiumiur th« attack that uuntle uiu.il hud Hindu npun iiiniself, uml cbaigea Mr, DiW-S'«'itli having i-aj»od the cry of ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

CUT THIS OUT. ft HAY SOT AI-l-lvAit .M.AIIV. ]nonlrrtnin(,T.H all ill lln- ? ly -,f (lir KnglMi ).-llieii.ltfc,lil|i! iis n sllfflit ti.Ki'U -ir ii|-)ir.vinti'm, tiic Anirrin)nl|i-)ilUiip» «'«.imi. fur ilic Virgc sa'rt iii Anrtmliudii n[ l-r, HntilrV Amrflran Hop ttlttrnMhe Cntii|«iiy«(Tcn One Tlimutuu.l IV.iiut in Prlrw. (.. !x- lilvcn nnny In (Solil at tlie close of the Melbourne (Vtit.iiiiliil Kiliiliiifcin. ifllMIlKi: ^HrH»mhrHnnilrifirI-ol- Ino.-To liny |»'Kon wihIIiii.' tlm AmPiiran Hup iilturi' Co-n]i;im tlio irnuiti'Kt iiuimIkt nf Munis imxli; from tl-c foHmvW Iciterr. vli.:— A, 11, -\ !'? II, I, M, K, O, I', It. V, T. 'Jnil PI:«ZI:-Tho iliinilrcfl unit I'lllj l-alln|--. - To miy |h r*m wmling the Amerli-iin lli-)i Hitters Cmnpiiin tiic greatest iihiiiIht'! »-..r.Is iiiikIo from tin; f.illoullig litters. vl«.:-A. II. C, I, I,. M, K. O, r, T, Y. :tnl Vlll'/l; ---nr Hiintli'rit »»1lrr-t.-To ftliy i».t*ju s«i.tiu« II,.- Anicrlniii Hup Uiuer« Com luny Hi'-' gn-iiit'it iiumticr u...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

GENERAL NEWS. The commissioners have decided to take off the additional 20 per cent, on the ordinary rate now imposed on Corn and bran seat into the country by railway from seaports. It will be remembered that some little time ago tlie commissioners,, on Account of the failure of the wheat-oeon in the country, de cided to take ^ff tbetAdditidua,! SO per Sent, on grain, ana it has now Veen decided to extend the reduction to flour. Brisbane, Tuesday. — The schooner Griffin ar rived at Cooktown from Sudest to day, bringing 30 corral at Sudest. Good gold has been not at St. Aignan, 30 miles from Sudest. Tile minors are leaving for that place. The report of the inspector-general of police shows that (luring the past year 11 ,353 persons were charged with dmnkeimess, a»A that 358 4i«*pns lost their lives from causes attributalile directly or indirectly to intemperance. At the close of tile year there were 855 public-houses in the Metropoli tan district. : The annual sossiou of the general...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

Seeds and Trees! A. -LANSDOWNE'S New Large Seed 'Warehouse AUBURN-STRKBT, GOULHURN, IS NOW OI'KK ami rcjilote with a SPLKKDIU STOCK «f all sorts «f FIKL]-, FLOWKR end VKOETABLK SKKDS. .Ciipe ISarlcy Kyis, Rye, Conch, lUli Prairie, n,iiil all Grasses ; Lucerne, &c,, &c. ; Oats. ««nrdeli Tools, &c, &c, HONK DUST, Wholesale and Retail. Cliea|) mid (lonit. Orders to alt parts. A. LAKSUOWNK. St Patrick's Day Baces. SATURDAY, JOtii MARCH. 'JO 1JE HELD ON THE LITTLE RIVER RACECOUR.SE. first itACii (at 12 o'clock sharp). MAIDEN PLATE of. i sovh., for ail horses tliat never won au advertised prize up to date of race. Distance, i mile. SBl.'ONll JI.IL'K. THK DIGGERS' l'UHSE 'f 7 suvb, luuidican. Diutuiiuj, Vine' wile ; fur all horses within the watershed of Little River (iuldlield, to be the Imna iide properly of residentti three months' previous to race, mid to lie approved of }»y tho stewards. I'lllRI) UAVE. .ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP of lOsovs; for nil horses ;...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

Scraps. How a Hace Was Won. — Of Mr. Murphy, one of the counsel for The Timi;s in the Par nell Commission, an amusing story is told. Mr. Murphy, who is a stout man, was once in the company of some, young men of the law, among (.hem a s3im barrister, Tho talk was of the barrister's tleetnes-s of foot, and, to the general surprise, Mr. Murphy main tained that lie could race any man present if he got a yard start and was allowed to select the racecourse. When it was seen that this was no mere joke, the barrister smilingly ac cepted the challenge. Great was his humilia tion, however, for Mr. Murphy chose as the scene of the race a certain narrow passage in the Law Courts where his competitor could not get past him ! A hunter more boastful than successful once joined a bear-hunting espedition. Dur ing the hunt, as this man was resting by the side of a rock and talking with, another hunter, he remarked, ' If there's anything I dote on, it's bear. A slice of bear-steak nicely done is just ...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON MARCH 4, [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Svibiov Paners. 1 London Maucii '4, A lively scone occurred to-day in the United States Senate. Senatorjliddlcbergcr attacked the Speaker iu a, violent speech, for which he refused to npologise and bis becoming more violtnl, tho Speaker1 ordered his arrest. He was removefl from the chamber by Wee. -' Mahrii 5. It now appears thsit Senator Hiddlwbergor, who created a violent seune in the United States Senate, 4tUE- UUMl'l bllV UIUUIHIUC Ol lUJUH. The Karl of Aberdeen was cute taiuud at n, banquet lo*t nijiht hv the National Liberal Club. J.iss Lordship, iu response to the twist of his health, delivered a speech on tho political situation iu tho course of whicli he expressed his gratification at the result of tlie 3'iiUM-l'aniull in quiry, by which Mr. IViiell bud been vindi cated. Lord Aberdeen, in concluding his address declared tliat it did- iiot require ft very far-sighted politician to see tlmt the beginning of 'tlie end with regard to the Irish question...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

Notice. r''' PFRSONS are cautioned against shooting iu my Paddocks, ROBT. J. C. MADDSJJLL. March flth. Notice. ANY person Shooting, Hunting, ur Trespassing in any of (.lie Willow Glun Patldoeks, on any pretence whatever, will be PROSECUTED with out respect to persons. MARYlUSSINfJTHWAlGHTE. Tenders. rHENDKUS required by the undersigned for tile .3L supply of Ten to Fifteen Tons of GOOD OATKN CHAr'Ktn ttrairiwond Mail Stables ; teu to twenty tons ditto Manar .Stables; and t«u U- tivcuty tons ditto Araluen Mai! Stables. To l-e delivered us required from let of April noxi to 1st January, !SiK-. Tenders -ipuu for ii fortnight from date, March 8. For furtlicr particulars, apply U- ARTHUR POOL.KY, Mail Oinlriwtur.. Albion Hotel. To Let, or For Sale. ; rpllATuiiiiipuct uul tii-:nui'j'lit)U* CO'l'TAHE at J_ present in the u.-cupution of K. U. AhUVmmr, Esq. Apply to JoiiH «jy»K.. Uraidwood. fo^ Let T71ARM 300 Aei-i*, divided into 8 paddocks. 70 X? Acres fit for cultivation ; SO acres riug-ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

_.!=== ? ? ~ ? jj Wool. wool. Wool. THE NEW ZEALAND LOA.N and Mercantile Agency Go., MMrrKP, Bridge Street, Sjducy. Capital, 4,.'i«H«1,1H1O Reserve, 270,000 Wool Season 1888-9. WKKKLY SALES of woo! JiclJ throughout tlie season. The greatest care bestowed on the valuation, displaying and protecting nil wools entrusted to the Company for sale, whether from large or small ?lips. Growers advised ami consulted with before Hales lire made. Liberal cash advances where desired ou wool and other produce whether for sale in .Sydney or ship ment to London. The addition to the Company's premises of the inagniliceiit new warehouses in Bridge .Street acquired since last season ensures to (i rowers the display of their wools to the very greatest advan tage. G. ,S. CAMPBELL, Manager. | {Sydney Wool rttid (irnht Warehouses, Bridge tti-oet, .Sydney, Sept., 1SS8. TrEATIN-;\S POWDER. ?fT' EATING'S POWDER. TTEATINO'S POWDER. TT7- EATING'S POWDER, j KILLS !;(.(, s. FLEAS, MOTHS. ? jjKEry-x ? THIS POWDER ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

The defeat of the Dibbs Government, though it may for the moment score one to t!ie op posite side, can only result in confusion as far as the affairs of the country are concerned. The Freetrader party had only two courses to pursue. Either, seeing the two sides were so nearly equal, to have accepted the Dag of truce of the tiovarsuikcnt allowing them to carry on during a short session, transacting , only the move pressing fonnw.1 business) iukI theu after ii brief recess to go'.at it again, , Kkcgjauts refrcshfid ; or, on the other hand, ; to' commence the attack at once ami drive them from office, : They have taken the latter course, ami one which we fear will only make confusion worse confounded. No doubt, however small their majority, after the dis . j ? ? tinei issue which had been put before the country, they are entitled to the p;ilm of '?yictory. But it is one thing to be entitled to claim a triumph and another to be able to hold it after you have won it. Mr, ^McMillan, vho i...

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