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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

I pedal Adv Ieementu. DRINK '." ORIENTAL" 1/6 ALL PER LB. GROCERS GOLDEN TIPS FINE CEYLON TEA. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. F. A. WHITER AD, BRISBhoNtogaph T. ALL.TIAT IS NEWEST AND) BEST IN HIGH CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY. W E specially recommend our Beautiful ARISTO PORTRELITS, which are proof T gainst insect. See Specimens in Vestibu'e. 17 LESTABLISHED 1869.) Reed's Furnishing House Special Christmas!Furniture. IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. THE BEST VALURIN TBE CITY FOR CASH OR. TIME PAYM?NT. ADDRESS: Adjoining "Queens!and Times" Office., BRISBANE-STREET, IPSWICH. 27 Id. On Sale Id. PIuNE Daily Issue of the "QUEENS LAND TIMES'. is on Sale at the following Agencies. TOWN. Brisbane-street ...... W. Tatham. Brisbane-street ...... W. B. Darker. Brisbane-street ....., Misses Whitehead. Bri& -e-trt .....E. C. G. Weise. Bailway Bookstall E. C. G. Weise. Brisbane.atreet ...... Miss Nolan. is?i eteet ,..... Mrs. A S. Foster. Brisbaee-street ..... B. Duggan. Niotolas-street ...... James Ball. NI?h...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
RESUMPTION OF TUITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

RF?FUMPTION OF TUITION. MIr. R. HIenderson Johnston, tir well known lteacher of music, intimates in another column tiha.t he expert.s to ?ie linek in Ips.wich b1y Tuesday, the 119th instant, on which date he will lie pr? pared to enroll, pupils and commnence tecnt ng at Ills rooms in Richolas' street, over Messrs. Hughes and. Co?'m roll's auetioin mart. lhi will also hI, pIlanserl t' oli consulted in any muutters appertaining to his pro['ssipn. Sportsmenl See Page 3 for Sporting Goods.e

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

CHOICEST '{ One Pound N tt. .,·.?. Q -. $+ T|P sU +.a Les Ga int ib& : ,..ka vok++e. .-+.. 31r. A. Anglin. Eureka-street, l?llarot. Victoria, writes :--"Chamlerlain's Colir Oloilera, and Diarrahoea Remedy is a tip. top remedy for cramps in the stomacSl, diarrhoea, and dysentry. I have used it ansd can therefore attest to its umer its. I novel- fail to praise Chamber laid's Colic, Cholera. and Diarrhoea ]oc seedy whenever an opportunity presents itself." For sale by Maessrs Cribbl nd?d Foote, Wholesale and Retail Merchantst, lAgents,' Ips.nich and West Moreton." O9 You will pay just as muoch for a hot ial of Chalierl an's Cough Ilem?ly as for any of the other snodicines, but you sass money in hIying it. rhie sasng i? in what you get, not what you lay. Thie surl?-o-csurc-you slalily is in eecry hotllo of this remedy, and you getl golo rosults when you take it. Buying collogh medicines is an imlporClnt nlnt hsr. Neglected colds often devolol ser ionls conditions, and wheln yoll...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Buslness Announcementa. DALTON BROS., 1 bhoas-atteet, Ipawiob, Wish their.Patrons "A Bright and Happy New Year." A few lifes~left over Christmas to clear at cost price. TEA I.s 3d. TEA, Is 6d. Our Is 3d still-holds sway with the.public, the sales during December exceeding all previous months. OUR ONLY ADDRESS: -DALTON BROS., NICHOLAS-STREET, IPSWICH (NEAR THE bAILWAY STATION). 68 lianby & Dangerfield, , Brisbane.street, Ipswich. - TAV STILL A REW . . OF THEIR CHKP' Enamel Saucepans . and Kettles FOR YOU. Enamel, Cast, and Tinware of the Bets .. CUTLERY, 1LASSWARE,F NCYWARE, IN. . vE R1ETY. la i by &.Dangerlield. E PHON No.' 1N7. IPSWLCH NOB ,L, BEEY, Thorn and Short Streets, pspwich. Wanted Known: ' That W. ABSG.. & CO. tave-flor Sale Shade Trees and Flowering Shrubs. Orders for Wreaths and Croesses. and Hand-Bouquets, !horeBooqute?'promptly attended to. Graven cleaeed and kept in repair. Agent, G. J. BBQWN. Palace o',Sweeta, Drisbaoeetreet. 01 Have you see t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Recent Roadvale Fire. THE INQUIRY CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Recent Roadvale Fire. -: '0 :o ---€- THEI INQU'IRY CONCIA DEI). At tint Hr?'i.?tnille Pilice Court, on Fri day Inioltlilg, ti?t Sth illstanllt, 'nlAolt .1. tt.tCh.nwl, tihIt foltowi tdtdititoito end dn iitn (riu n our Hta cImille cnrrtesanttd nittijinci taenninit ciontrtioni iiith tin ~,istructioll by It tir if a htiy-scitd rn?d iclitinl, tin tnltr)ity ntf HIrniunItIn ilidke, of It nil\'aule. Act i'cg-Sccrg?att1. (innt.\\iy COn uttttail thutt ,inurllllly., tlild wMr. it. 11. S?tl t rtlll\ ille Waltrhll h t tle ltcu tittgll. t oit lit huti ntf tt. Itndikut. Act inq-0Sirgcn'ctt. itit ll-j delse.lt: 1 atin Anctitt+agt"ut?tllntlt of 1o]litic sia IhIlIcw'l Iat t.ltrisn illet . 1 trol idlin tllienitlt~llri riltnlc folllr lnet rmanilln tlotlk. ftr "1¶i7, tttihith itott" uni tcn ni Incme thy ficrittot yitot. tin tic, 2n ntof Illnt lltlllllllh 111 t n in t llit n ,ith. tll-... N t. lh i s?t (lmlll 'll " III r the- Sctl itihot Niciiniccicitn t i r nc lij int ? ..I .?I 1 .1 li?)l 1I·t~ ] I I.?...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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(Copyright.) The Brand of Cain. A VIVID ROMANCE OF THE ENGLISH COAL-MINES. CHAPTER XXXIII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

The iBrapd of Cain. A 'V IVID ROM'ANCE OF THE ENG LISH COAL-MINES. By,` J. MONK FOSTER, 'Author of .'Saverne's Double," Etc., to. CHAPTER XXXIII. (Cdntinued.) Glad, expectant, wondering a little, lie wet forward to meet her, and Le fore they met he could perceive that' she was carrying herself in a prioud and -stately way, and that her sweet, clear olive face wms hard, cold, set even, and abnormally pale. " My dear Margaret, good morn. ing," he cried, lowly, tenderly. "This is incited a pleasure. The best and lhappiest.of New Years to you. But you are looking a little upset, dear. Has that nasty headache not gone yet ?" "It is lienntache, and not head ache, that is troubling nme, Mr. Moss ton," she said, icily, and ignoring his impulsively thrust-out hand. "I r.ave comne here molnewhat reluctantly to s?~n you on a most important matter, andl I will tiannk you to take me at once wheiec we can speak privately, and iithout being observed or over heardc" "Wliat, in the name of IHeaver''...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Party at Kirchheim. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Party at Kirchheim. A highly enjoyable -evening was spent at " Sunnyside," the p:etty re sidence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Litnnan, on Thursday evening last (writis our correspondert). There were some 30 guests present. The liarty arrivod about 8.30 o'clock,.and were most cor dially welcomed by the popular host and hostess, after shich the dining room was cleared for dancing. Capi tal .music was supplied by Miss 3Pl,oiuihlin and Mliss L. Litmann, (piano), and by Messrs. H. Dlberg astd Wishart (violin); whilst the duties of M.C. were iperformed by Mr. -J. Krics. Sondas were rendeonAd b1, the young folk, ?liss Ml'Loughiin playing the accompanuments during the even ibz. Mr. H. HIollharth also added matierially to the evening's clijoyj?nrut with the aid of his phonograph and the latest of Edison's records. Ihfoesh mants were dispensed at intervals, and whout miidnight all sat doen to a % modt sumntuous repast, -which was served on the spacious verandlh. The festive bolrd bhol? a abundaa?m of v...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Local and General News DEATH OF MR. CHARLES JOHNSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Local and General News :o: DEATH OF MR. CHARLES JOHNS TON. On Thursday morning last (writes our Harrisville correslxndent) thexd passed away at his residepee, Norman by Gully, one of the oldi?st and mnost highly respected resident of the Mar risdille district in the person of Mr. Charles Johnston. Deceased, who was f6 years of ate, had always enjoyed .ood health, until about a couple of months ago, when symptoms of an in terael complaint set in, and he was removed to the Boneah Hospital, where he remained for sons four weeks. On New Year's Day he was brought back to his residence at Not manby Gully, whtre he gradually grew weaker and passed peacefully away in the presence: of bhii wife, family, arid his brothei,. Mr. John Johnston.' of Townsville, and his sister, Mrs. King, of Caboolture, both of whom had ar rived some days previously. Mr., Johnston was one of the earrliret set tiers in this part of the district, hav ing arrived here over 41 years ago, and settled on tlhe farm which...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Forthcoming Events. TO-DAY—JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Forthcoming Events. TO-DAY-JANUARY 12. "Continental."--To be h?ld on the North Ipswich cricket 'reserve, in the evening,

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THE BROKEN HILL RIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

THE BROKEN WILL RIOTS. Brokenl Hill is furnishing to Austra lia--aed to the world at large-an ex hibition of " how not to do things." The dispute between employers and clmployees there is one affecting wages. So far as the outsider is concerned he is not in a position to judge as to which of the parties is in the right, lccnause le lhas not all the facts of the case before hinm. But thi. point to renirnm!-Tr is that the law of th"a land has provided for the settle ment of such matters by the peaceful method' of nidjiteation, whereas the miners have -taken the law: into their own hands. They certainly made an initial mistake in allowing an imported anitator like Mr. Tom .luann to inflanes' their counsels. 'rilme was, years alo, when a sonmsneh?.t simi lur state of thins:rs privail'l in tlh Ilps wsielh coal-miining in'h ltray, anl it did no good for the indstlry or for those in sn'y wnay connected w'itlh it. In those days agitators like Mr. Gil h'rt Casey harangilusl crowdsesl public ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Abstract of Sales by Auction. TO-DAY—JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Abstract of Sales by Auction. 'IY)-DAA'-.1ANiUARY 1t2. fly W'ittwolrt.I, and (trtNille. o't ati :on Pigs. Ily hlA'iii oiol Co.a ml \lorelheadl. .Ad., at Hidden Vole, near Granmdheater : Shorthorn and other cattle. Ily Ellas Hardil enan Co., at Bnady Gallop : Cattle. -y Ernest Cole ams Co., at Frn'ale : The Ieers Estate, together with horses, cattle, implements, &c. SA''URDAY, .IANULARY 14. Bly lorges and aHutrhiso., at their noart. Iaitley : l'ro?erty in "laotrick'rtr'ef; also, nllatmoents i'n Ililes's Estate, Newto?n. 1Wy Ernent 'ole ond Co., at their haz oar. Iaot-sttlxv lIone's, pigs, poul try.. WIDNESDIAY, JANUARYI 20. Aly ,Ernest Cole anmd Co., or ttheir yaends, llnoandary-tro?t : Steers, heiferos. AC. SATUIIDAY, JANUJAIRY 23. ly ErsnaF t Cole and Co., on the preo.n see, (mni?,ngsret,o North Ipswich : Cottao l knmawn as Mrs. Kerdge's.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Weather Forecasts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Weather Forecasts. ----: o : The following forechsts have been 4s sued by turhe eteorological Bureau for the 24 hours ending noon so.day : West Australio.-Flne generally, with south to east winds; cool to moderate temperature in dhe soeuth; hlst inland. andl toemplerature gradually rising; thoun terstorlos in parts of tUe troplcs. South Austr'tliot.-A cool ohange, with sotlh windls ?,tting ijl over hle coastal districts, and gradually exteunding islluad, ?w',l some r-in. queensland.-Further thundurstorm.l arun rain oser the Pl'e?nsula and Northern dis.is:on, and cloudy to showery on the roast, with s5ially south cod south rast win:ls,. on the south coast; otJter wis~, few` NeWs S?olth Wales.-Generally cloudy to raining, on the coast,. witl sonut' all:ld southo-aOt wints hdowing fresh on. the north coast. withl rouglh sens. Fine and hot Iuloald. Virtorio.-t.Generally wanrm to hot. wtllth nortI11 wind follotwett.nly a cool cham?aei, will? southl w?b:ls along tlie coast, and l'asnmaali...

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AN INJURED FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

AN INJUtEDI) FOOT, Shortly after 12 o'clock yesterday, the amhulance bearers received (per Mr. W. Osborne) .a wire from Feronvle asking thomn to proceed along the ,rarnvle-roal andr met a lad who whas in need of their dssistancee. The bearers accordingly set out, and, at the Blacksoil Bridge, met a convey ance convoying the injured lad. They at once attended to the injury, which they found to he a gash a:cout Sin long on the rigtht foot and a severed blood-vessel. After stopping the t:?edl ing they brought the lad to the Ips wich Rosplital in their own vehicle. The sufferer, who is 17 vwars of ane, and whose namoe is BeIno'min Teich inrn. Was, it app-ars, felling scrub near his home in the vicinity of Pe-nvale, amnd, in cutting down a nld linc. his ins slipped and struck his foot. causine the injury already referred to. hMr. Osborne stopped the bleedreog, after which the lad was driven towardt Ipswich. The jnlting of the vehicle, however, caused the hlaedinc to re-conimaice, end whe...

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Accidents. KICKED BY A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Accidents, KICKEI BY A HORSE. Mr. Edwin I. Phillips, aged 40, a married man, emtployad by iessis. Cribb and Foote as a vanman, met with a lkhaty ancident yesterday, after noon. It IapJpears that he and aioather rman were. engaged in breaidng in some horses at Messrs. Cribb and Foote's pa:ldock, near the Ipswhiu Cemetery. While this work' was in progress Mr. Phillips's saddle horse, wh'i? was tied to. the kence, "b$egan to pull away. The halter commne ed to slip over its head; and' Mr. Phillips, seeing this, sent up to the horse in order to re-arrangeŽ the?load gear. The horse, howev'er, on his op" proach, pulled part of the Lnce down, and M'T. Phillips, being in the way, was struck by one of the rails and knocked dos-n. The horse: then kicked hin on til right side of the head, renderiasg him unconscious. MNr. Phillips's cosipanion' immediately ran to his assistanei, and, having re mov, d the fence rails which had fallen on bim, sent for assistance. The am bnlance hearers were suilnl...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Sentences on Night-Rider SIX TO SUFFER THE LAST PENALTY. TWO OTHERS TO BE IMPRISONED FOR 20 YEARS. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Sentences on ,Night-Rider SIX TQ SUFFER THE LAST PENALTY. TWO OTHERS TO BE IMPRIS: ONED FOR 20 YEARS. (By Cable Message.) London, Januaryn 10. fix of the night-riders in Tennecae have been sentenced to be hanged on 'he 19th Febrnary, and two have 1'eon sentenced to imprisonmenlt Ior 20 years. Night-rirding has ceased to be a lps time in centain localities of the.United States, and has become a profession (remarked "Collier's Weekly" of the 14th of November). Recently, it has passed over from a merely picturesque and adventurous phase to the tragic. The performances of the ni*ght-riders eulmlinuted in thel murder of a? Ternes see lawyer, Captain Quentina Rankin, on 19th October. Captain "Ranlin and his lass' partner, Colonel R. P. Taylor, were kidnapped from their ro tel in Walnot Log, on Ileolfoot Lake by masked night-riders. The mob hanged Captain Rankin, and filled his body with Ifullets. Colonel Tay lor, 70 years old, but agile alnd re sourceful, dived into teelfoot T?ake, and sw...

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The Coal Industry. A MINING LEASE WANTED BY BONNIE DUNDEE COMPANY. RECOMMENDED BY THE WARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

The Coal Industry. A M'INING LEASE WANTED BfY BONNIE DUNDEE COMPANY. 1RECOMMENDED BY 'THE WADRDEN. A Wr'nndlul's ('ourt wes ,holld at ll l Ips wiehl Cloult-Hollse, yesterdally morLning. f1n fore theo W'andon, Mr. C. A. t. Morris (1'olic? 31?g?listra?teo), whenll Mr. Norman Iloisr, acting ont Ir)loalf of lthe Donnie IluIn,l ee (Coal f'omTpany. 1ade1 apgp1ica-tionl for a cood-mijsing ooi' So du' glrlanod to the cOlulllanOy fI U': t'Prvi of 21 va's of flortiol, 131, latish of fiuildborrl0t. 'fir' fllar d, it telln, ), te r llti nlfd. rolnl rlis's .11bou0t 2o nerlls, wl ris situatld f. short \Mr. ;.Cs~- ?"I II Oill f SIrIi? t-hISox nI?d Itail ted11+ that I 10+ " '1 , Il 'rehf ldfrI iln liit oilll'u ny. 1. heh l? I caw'r-of-atto"fIf ny frorll lh,- o(ltllll?lll In 1 0 1 for Ithi11e . 11' Spro.i., .l1 t'I-..lilhi:la.l of oplfll lil1ion for mi nin? 1,. .f "e, tr 21 yiarI" , of peotint - ,Il, e 11rfl 11. 1 T . ,a a, for tl l ' I lrlt'l 11,- l" fior I nl. A ,.ll y of the rIII illllr.i i, i 01...

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Earthquake in Mexico. TRIVIAL DAMAGE. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Earthquake in Mexico. --.-: o:.- TRITAL DI)A.\IAE. (By Cable Message.) London, January 10. The entire west coast of 3loxico has ,ani sh'k?n by earthlquakhe, lout th,.e !ure,,e has lo nn trivial.

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Archbishop Kelly. VISIT TO ROME. Brisbane, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Archbishop Kelly. VTSI'' TO It?0lfl. ll3y Telegraph from Our CorrespontdeIt.) llrirlnee..Mlaitarl 31. Arctblsholl Kelly, Al Syhll., ( -Yll jutor of 'andinal Mori,. returnl] . Io AuIItrIlin by 11, - | .1 es0 0114110 i0 l sth unlll er ller l toraly. Arvliteihtlitl K-tty lefrt. th ClIution weulth 1 12 mirtils ago to pt'Y hiis lperiodica? vi-it to, o' o.ii?. I, Pis l]oliness tUp, ]o]e l xpllr'(Oari tliburv at Ih,. li pro 3-ir s malll e by I llh" R0311.1-1 ta'tI, ji c iura t ill Australia. tntl ilt ia s'l ii' l Ihmo:l ectiol l l n .t( work c.1 taoUzllte t1111 tlhe' yoltng o len of itie CoI AtlhislhoIW Kelly alrso ttedall th' oeulhtri. t Cog?'otss In loIt ain, i1 i l?: s.:-:tatllly 11tisit Anttri?i, whelre hl h1d the lriiilege of illteviJii'l Prel'eomt l'ferrintg i te rent prize-ftigh, h-. tar.t ,halio?i mil 1hlrt., Aahtltiahlp K lly said h fIt lium ilikitd whelI t , I ie?r l e 'lae S a: vIta ha t . l t flsIf I suc1(.1 bi hrlll14| ,whibiliml. ''lit? Archuitshop lsoa tin?ti' l 'lattW t, I?...

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The Italian Earthquake. PUBLIC MONEY AND DOCUMENTS RECOVERED. "CHILDREN OF THE NATION." STRAITS OF MESSINA. SAFE FOR NAVIGATION. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

The Italian Earthquake. 'PUBLIC MONEY AND DOCU.MENTS RECOVERED. " CHILDREN OF THE NATION,." STRAITS OF 31NSS]NA. SAFE FOR NAVIGATION. (Dy Cable Ma?sage.) London, TJanuary 10. There now are 11,500 troops at Mes sina and 7000 at Reggio. The plubilic montey and documernets at ilose places. have been treove rd from th. ruins. Stores have beenv withheli ironm lthe riofuges in order to comlpel thlnm ro quit those towns. It is probable that Italy will rhll all thI. ploor oarplians, who lnave lbeeI ren rdred such 1)y ti varti-hqunak, ' chil <miln of tie nation," and will provide for trnm until tlhey conlm of age. Ithas lxsi oflicially statol at Bnr lin that the Straits of Messina angin are safe for navigation by steamers of :tih> Norddnmitschlir Lloyd, 'lidiir laitly Won- ordlrend to stemaj to thia west oi S2eily. London, .January 11. General 31nzaa, Royal Collinissiry at i Wes-ina, admits tamt the reseunt work at first suffered froin confusion, but that the soldiers and sailo...

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NAVAL MATTERS. London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

* NAVAL I!ATTE1f9. Lon~don. .Illlluory 11. The Admnirality e oflnnoncd theoilr iotLI"Il of oo1i1lIlctdnog aouI u onl cN In iollll'oooiefle tgot EoiuilIt. 11. is I f Oil o.l at sttuwv taiht tlbo 11,11-i l crnothoe of Wen.o nand the idiesosf hoondliog; sI.~ obock-yoiol .)Nei io the Oo miniljon,

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