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CORT TO MELBOURNE. January 30, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 February 1857

ICORT TO MELBOTJ11NE. January 30, 1857. 028, dwts." echworth.. 15,084 0 trad £5,140 10B .ckland.... 30 285 wished.... 093 10 . Total ...10,122 10 £5,425 10a To Beechworth, on. iltvts. liaudandah GST 10 kland 750 30 £1041/0 lalied 724 10 Total 2108 10 £10417 0 ort Receipts sepresentinR the par ftoin the several Oold ulticcs, as lumbered as under, viz. - , 3?rom: . < To rtU .V"7>149 ' 7,225 I 809 . ; ; 011 i si ; Government -Escort will leave i on .Friday, 'February 13. to be transmitted, thereby will at tlio Gold Office until 2 o clock preceding day. itions oil account of Revenue for glits, Business Licenses, and kets, for the week ending the imount to £294 10s from nil Is of this district. its in the Gold! Office, Bcech the 7th. inst., ..were - Gold, s, 0 dwts; an<l Cash, £8,077 . increase in the amount of id during tho week, ending the . -f 220 ocs 0 . dwta, and a lat of cash of £2,205 t of Gold and Cash deposited w» during * the above-named cllows, vii. ! ...

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BEECHWORTH Wholesale Prices Current [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 February 1857

BI5 ECU WORTH "Wholesale Pricss Current .lrar.A.k-L.im-.rt'i' toil 3S I' 0 to V Fanny (Yivs/ S'j 0 0 Uiqar-1 V- ii'd'o. ..ilo. 7.> 0 0 counter ..do. ('?! 0 0 Uatioa ».!;»rk) ...do. 5? 0 0 'ca-lilac!;...1'i-r ehe.-t S 0 0 Green TOO ice-Pati.-a... per ten 33 0 0 Carolina do. 0 uiulip-; - Patent - $PL'rin.. per lb. 0 1 S Adamantine do. Oil Tallow do. 0 0 10 iftcr-Fresh do. 0 3 6 Cork do. 0 16 Salt Colonial do. 0 12 per doz. 0 1-0 con, English...peril'. 0 16 .. Colonial do. 0 14. -English do. 0 1 C (Vnierican do. 0 14 Oee do. 0 1 0 lb ....do. 0 0 ,3 bacco, American,do. 0 3 4 larrett's Twist...do. , 0 .4 0 ,. ?atoes ,;...do. 0 0 4, ions ii.ido. 0 0 6 ed Apples ......do. 0 10 iltB.(iiuarts)perdoe. 1 4 0 'o....(pints) do. 0.14 .0 .. aon (lib. tins) do. si 7 0 <ters ....;.do......do." 1 10 0. stars do...;;;:do.> I 10 0 ' lines, qra i.:.3o. 0 12 0 i Colonial, per cwt. 3 2 0 iUn Cigars, No. 2, r 1000........ ...... 4 10 0 >els--Long handles perdoz. 4 0 0 ort ditto......:.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

from Melbourne to | / radon direct. Tho Ai slralian" Auxiliary | Clipper Company's magi ifiocnt now ateam clipper ISTAMBOUL, /i 1, 1470 tons regis ter, 2200 tons burtken, 100 horao power, working up to 400, John ! Sdward Colo, Com mander, will bo diaptvtcho11 from thin port for | London on tho 2nd March next, landing mails and passengers at Plyraou h if required. Thia fmo vessel is now lying ready for in spection off tho "Railway Pier, Sandridgo, where a boat is conatanUy in attendance to I convoy intending paasengeiy? on board frco of J chargo, on production on an order, to be f obtained at the office of th<Aundcrsigned. For plaba of cabin and rales of passage and | freight for wool and gold apnly to KIRCHNER, SHARP and CO., Flindora-atreot, "Wharf. \ 457 ONE OR TWO /SHARES IN RKII.LY and COMPANY'S CLAIMS. Reilly'i}.Quartz ReofY Backhand Koad. Apply at tho Roof ; orI by, letter to ?in3 JAMES REILLY. A L L I A NXC Vf HOTEL, UppcX Woolshed. MR GEORGEIJiAYHEW of tho Alii- |...

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AMERICA. STILL LATER INTLELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

AMF.KVGA STILL L.VL'ER I TKI.LiaF.NCK. The Washington! correspondent of the Now York IlerllU says, rumor has thus mapped out tile Buchanan Cabi net: - / /£ General Cass, Secretaty of State. Governor Tone*, fiecrftary the X.n'y. 1 -' / / Colonel Richankon, P&^jwiaster-Ge. ncral. J. ^,-X Ilowell Cobb, Spcrttary to ihcl Trea sury. / / ~ Jesse 7). ft rip;! it, Secretary oi the Interior. The Attorney-General not "spotted." Telegraphic Advices from Central America, received via-New Orleans, state that Walker's position in Nicara gua was still mjre favorable. In Oregon tlifc Indians were trouble -some, and Gover/jw Stevens, who had advanced to, compelled tire courftry Day's river was Innians. The lion. J. I can minister whi ton B.-iliver treat November, alter _ According to the WFtijAi, opinion that he had \n by Sir Ilenry " spirits ; and times dr:* duc<* ' fciate with them, was retire. The en i^io%*t{j sand east of in possession of tlie C^yton, the Amen ociated the Ciay...

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WAR WITH PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

£ WAR WITH l'KRSLV. War-was proclaimed jigainst tlic Shall of Persia on the 2nd < t' November, at Calcutta. The expedition had sailed for the Persian Gulf. I Five thousand troopi are to occupy Kari'ack and Busnire. / The following telegi nphic message is acknowledged by the Pimm of the l.'Jtli of December: ' Additional advice from Constanti | nople of the .r>th i»st;u t, state that the i news of the capture if Herat by the J Persians is confirmed. The town sur rendered to Genor.il i\I juracl Chafi. " The English troops had commcnced Gulf." of the 1st De October, that The schapar mediately pent ws, only took it plains which Persian capi inces the de ill /the mem ( operations in the Pi The /'rose <C Orient cemlier, says: - "It was oil the 2Gt!i I the town was taken (messenger) who was in to Teheran wilh the n« eight days to cross the va separate Herat from the I tal.' Tiie same journal anno ! parture from Teheran of bers of the British Co&a^tafi?- Mr S...

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European Intelligence to the 14th December. ARRIVAL OF THE E. and A. R. M. COMPANY'S S. S. EUROPEAN. WAR WITH PERSIA. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE KING OF NAPLES. INSURRECTION IN SICILY. LOSS OF [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

European Intelligence to the 14th December. ARRIVAL OF THE E. nnd A, U. M. COMPANY'S S. S. EURO P E A N. WAR WITH PERSIA. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE KINO OF NAPLES. INSURRECTION IN SICILY. LOSS OF Tim European, the third steam-ship despatched to this port by the new mail company, arrived yesterday, alter a splendid passage from Southampton of fifty-seven days and a few hours. She brings European intelligence to the 1-ith of December, on the morning of which day she left her anchorage. Although the news nfTeeting the home affairs of the United Kingdom is less interesting than usual, (lie apprehensions of another collision with Uussia arising froju. the .unsatis factory state of Kurope, aTwWrC' n^ii vocul movements of tl regard to the Per.-iari qi] importance to the intcllip by this mail. The latest telegraphic fibmmunic.i tions annoounced that IIer:ft lifid fallen before the Shah's army, ana the arrival of the Anglo-Indian force? in "the Per sian Gulf. Oll'ensi ve op at once to h...

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE KING OF NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

ATTEMPTED A^SA SSFN" ATION OF Till'! KIN4 OK NAPLES. A telegraphic lliessage, dated Naples, Monday, says: - " At noon to-d iy there was a review. While the troops >vere defiling a soldier of tho 3rd Ba talion /6f Chasseurs rushed from the rjtnks <md struck the itCT/V/he Ki ng was Tl/e / srtldinr was i/.cil/Jiy Colonel King on the left s not wounded, knocked down an Latour." The followin the same date, but have been also rec< " The King thrust, and is sligh assassin has been a " An attempt at made on the pers who it is said, wa The soldier was Njipics is agitated.'" despatches, lia<ni\ differing in/details, ived: eceived :i bayonet ly wounded. The rested." isassination has been i of the King. A soldier fired his carbine at his Majesty, slightly wounded, cilleil on the spot.

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THE INSURRECTION IN SICILY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

THE INSUimKCTIO^ IX Srcn-Y. On Saturday evenin November, the commi which usually accomp; from Palermo to Messi the tollbav lowered bet and Mezxojuso, about Palermo, when several at him. Thinking they w ho took to flight, orderi diligence. The syndic informed of the occurrence, sent irarae diately a. detachment of militia to clear the road, hut it was attacked by about sixty insurgents, of whom abcait twenty were mounted, and the militiamen were obliged to retreat before superior num bers. The Sicilian Government! at once took steps to stifle in its birth an attempt at insurrection which! might compromise pulNie tranquillity, aniTpcr haps, interrupt the communication be tween Messina and Palermo. Troops were sent against \the insurgents, and the latter, surrounded in a -wood, were compelled to leaves sixteen prisoners in the hands of the trAops. A portion of the insurgents succeeded ImW^Nwin -wicaping in the direction oj^Cefhtii, on the coast between MtUsmiOtnd Palermo, at forty mile...

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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. February 13, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. February 13, 1857, j OZS. dwt9. From Beechworth.. 12,824 0 and £3,530 10a BucMand.... 60 250 Woohbed.... 1,031 Total ...13«015 0 £3,780 10* To Beechworth, ozs. dxvts. Fr*m Yachnndandah 781 0 £150 0 0 Buckland 021 ]Q Woolahed 377 0 Total 1770 10 £150 0 0 The E*cort Receipts representing the par cels sent from the several Gold Offices, as above are numbered as under, viz. - "From To Beechworth 7/22(3 7,21)2 V Buckland 012 til.'* ?f Woolshed 37 42 The next Government "Escort will leave lieeehworth on Friday, February 13. Parcels to bo transmitted thereby w\\\ be received at the Gold Oifioe until 2 o'clock p.m. of the preceding day. The collections on account of Revenue for Miners' lliuhts, Business Licences, and Chinese Tickets for the week ending the 7th Feb., amount to £2IM 10,.> from till ^hc gold ileitis of this district. The deposits in the Gold Office, tteeel - worth, on the 7th. in.st., were - Gold 13,962 ounces <1 dwts; and (.'ash, £3,077 shew...

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GOLD IN THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

UOU> IK TilK I'lUMl'l'INK ISLANI):5. (Knun the Ovcrluud Friend of Chitm.) AMONG the remarkable phenomena <>1' this progressive a^e there ;ue none more pleasing to the philanthropist au.l the politician than that expansion oi' mind -that increased liberality of sentiment -which have recently been displayed by some of the governments of wutem countries. We would point paiticu larly to Slum, to the Dutch settlements ;« <i,. -> Philippines. Luzon, mi island which, in British hands, would long ore this have been the most valuable of pro vinces, is also at Inst throwing ofF the trammels that have checked its deve lopment. Several new ports have been opened to our trade, and, under the auspices of nil exploring company, of whom the directors are grandees of the highest rank, European speculators and industrials are invited to partici pate in obtaining some of the vast mi neral wealth which for centuries ha^> lain dormant-intentionally kept from general kno...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

(Srtlnto. DAVri OF 111 i. Saturday Sunday Monday ... Tuesday ... "Wednesday Thursday . Friday 10.. U.. 12.. 13.. iilSKS II. M. 21 r, 2o :> 27 r, 20 5 30 5 31 5 32 7 1 7 0 6 50 6 58 To Orn Cocxinr Si-ii.scRmF.ns. - Nearly the whole of our country subscriber* are in ar rcar with their Milevi ij-tions for the hist quarter; and we an' compelled to announce, therefore, un!e-w the arrears he paid within cji-uir:f- rhv,,'ht, that tlieir papers will ?; i. i. > ri;--J. ] .pj.s ,ire ahva}*.s ea-.h in t . criptions for tlie present

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

SOUTH Lvu -THALIA. (From tho Adolaid IU Correspondent of ?ahi.) fresh mineral disco ne of copper and one ii thus noticed in i dnesday, the 4th of run ntscovF.niKs. ks past a rumor has delnide of a further r to the northward, njinv settle! down into Wk have hud two veries this week, c of gold. The fi the Times of W February : " nmktiiebv co " t'or soma we been current in discovery of copp This rumor h;i a fixed reality. " Mr Hull arri1 ed on Monday even ing from the seat of the reported disco very, which has been already surveyed and tAken 011 a r inning lease, and he lias furnished us vith tlie particulars, of which we pro.eed to give a digest. " Tiie situation of the mine is east of Mount Stuart, hi d bearing 100 miles N.N.B. of Port Augusta, the road to which is easy of access, and well sup. plied with water rom springs at inter vals of ten or fifteen miles tfie whole of tlie way. " The- samples from the mine, exhi bited to us by .Mi Hull, are of malach ite and silver gtey ore of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

M :.> CU! RESPONDENTS. I:?. ?; T. ,, R.IT taken of ANOUY ... . :. i.'IC Editor ALAOULT1 IV. J W ..S. the OVEXS .1X1; MRR.U-v ANVJ'"? ": ?! 0;.IOE, FORD-STIWT. ? t-r. _ SB---,£ .. .FCJ-D I.EACCE. - Mr LI-w 'IL".:? r -RU:::-, .ID.A>!Y, MHS.O L.' :I. BANK NOTICE. ON and after the 21st current, tho fcrftfrrong Banks will closo On SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock For tho Hank of New South Wide* : DAVID MOKISON, Maunder. For tho Bank of Victoria : T. YOUXCi, Manager. For tho London Ohm-torn! Hank : G. ALEX. CHALMERS, Manager. Beeclmorth, 7th Fcbroary, 1S57. 115 102 Oriental BankCorporation A LL holders of notes of the above Corpo* iJL ration, (within the Beechworth (lis trict) can, if they are in dCgd>t of tho validity, have the said notes retired by presentation nt the Gold Office of the undersigned, J. H. GRAY & CO., Ford-Street. February Pth, IS57. t th s4'2S 1S1 NOTICE. A LL PERSONS indebted to CLARK & Co., late Proprietors of this Journal, are requested to pay their re...

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A MELBOURNE NOTABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

A MELHOUUNB NOTABILITY. Wi: extract from a publication of the Australian Home Companion tlie accom panying memoir of a gentJeman^whose name and reputation is not unfamiliar amongst 11s. The writer opens the biography thus : The following little memoir of a gentleman, whose perseverance and energy have gained for him a high position in the colony, is written with a view to encourage all youthful aspirant. to distinction, and to show to them how industry and singleness of purpose, combined vith integrity and determina tion, will be sure to win for their possessor the confidence of all. Ill consequence of fa>,iily disagree ments, our hero's mother was compel, led to separate herself from her hus band, took with her two eons, K. '!'. Smith the elder, and I,. 1,. Smith, our hero, the younger. Not possessing siillicicnt means for their support, she was compelled to take a .small shop in Loudon, and there bring up her chil dren 011 the profits of the s tme. She uas a i'Vencli lady, daug...

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Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1857 MINISTERIAL RESPONSIBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

in E ^iibmtser. r U B L 1 S II FRIDAY, FED DAILY. iRUARY 13, 1S57. MINISTERIAL (RESPONSIBILITY. A. VERY grave financial and con tionSj wns to be su in the Legislative evening. iWiniste Clnrke, acting \vi colleagues, has, wi of the legislature, sum of £700,000 with his propose This amount, it required (or the quantities of raih reasons which h;iv to commit so startl the views cntertai parties in the lowe however, waiting fi parliament, or even question, involving titutional considera jmitted to discussion ssembly on Tuesday s, or rather Captain h the sanction ot' his thout the authority pemJed the large in objects connected railway schemes, alleged, has been purchase of large IV plant, part of which has already irrived in the colony. Before going to press we shall learn the ltd Captain Clarke ig a breach of mi nisterial responsibility, together with ed by the different house. Without, r the decision of our to learn the explan ations of the minister, wq wish to lhy our unbiassed opini...

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Monte Malqui, Pnracale. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

Monte Mnlmii, Pnracnlc. Jsliirul * of Ijuzou, -5th August, 1850. El Exymo. y lllmo, Senor, l)on Vincente Vnsquez Qucypo Director, &e. Dear Sir,-1 lmve, with much care, inspected vour mineral property here, us well beneath, ns nt the surface, where it is correctly defined. It extend? three hundred varus*' in breadth, N. K., and S. W., and six hundred in length £. K. and X. W. The operation of the Society include u shaft-po/,o -which has been sunk forty six and a half varns, perpendicu larly, and sixteen varns, with uvi incli nation, S. towards the ndit level - socabon- which latter lias been driven two hundred vnras, in from the valley which skirts the south-eastern base of this mountain. Tlie shaft passed through the Santa Cantaliua quart; vein, and enters the socoaban. This vein or lode, takes the direction of east of N. It dips 23 W. with a varying thickness up to three feet. It occurs perfectly solid, yet in places it presents that peculiar "honey comb," or cellular struc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

WANQARATTA ALES. WARD BXLOWN, Sebawtopol Hotel, bogs to inform ©V Public that ho has been appointed agent for James Meldrutn'a Ale, and that ho ha3 always a targe Rtock on hand, *nd delivers it to any part of the Woolshed .. »- Fy ,0 ,,ej ''tionnl charge. 1G7 151 H H. CiJAIO, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON MONGER, Ford street, Beechwortb, AS ON SALE: American L H shovels J7o. DII(?cC Do. pick* and axes Do. axe and pick handles Do. brooms, wire bound Fairbanks platform weighing machines Manila rope Quicksilver Cross cut saws ^ . Linseed oil and ftirpentine Lamp oil, sperm White lead Camp kettles Buckets, tiu and galvanised roil Oval boilers and saucepans Camp ovens and frying pans Locks, hinges) screws, nails, tacks Iron, flat, round and square Steel, &c., &c. 121 SHEARD'S QUARTZ REER BUCK LAND ROAD. ALL parti© baring claims against the firm of Messrs Sheard, Lyons, and Jo- ] seph will pleaso to lodge the same, with a view to u settlement., at the office of Mr ] Kcofer, ba...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

8HIPPING INTELLIGENCE. MMIBOUJIKB.-Arrived.-February 10.-Euro pcan, A. and E. 2130 tons, from Southampton 1 tlh December, via St. Vin Cent 30tU December ; Fettere:iirn, 290 tons, from Port Louis, Mauritius 1st January ; Beri Yeuue, baiijne, 414 tons, from Calcutta ?""'i Dercrnber. : «<. ji.;. r>KPA«ri'nns. FOR SouriiAUtTox VIA .Sn:z-Simla, Feb. 14. FOR LONDON.-.Roxburgh n.-tic, March 5; Francos Henty, about Fob. 2o. Wahner Castle, about 1st March; Stebonheath, Feb, 25; Sussex, February 25; Istamboul, March 2; Kent, about March; Ftprfolk, about April; Cic-ar Goddoffroy, early; FOR LIVERPOOL - Donald M'Kay, Feb. 26. Sardinian, about March 1. FOR MAURITIUS,-Frehel, early. FOR HONQ KONG,-James Faton, early. FOB DIEITE.-Jean 13art, February 2*0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

^|^iiis"DlREGTQRY. I ======75Q]js^Tini>mith, High street, A neochwortl), near tlio now Bridge. ««?« piping. 0V°ry (1fcr'Ptl0^ "f 6. .. nwlc to order; tin and Kalvamncd ,imVSko I wl olcmlo, warranted sound. irf»noucKcu, wn 009 -n^nTl^MOLiTfe pT1'T' Merchant", Camp street, Beee .worth, >nd nt Adelaide. "" ?-TT^yITtWCtTwTZ, Dagucrrcan Ar Ji tvA*, Star Hotel Ford worth. _ nn« FECinVOTlTH Suburban Freehold TV Land for wlo. Flans and particular* -',hc Land Oilice, 2, Camp street. ^XkoTn^^ G "rtANK Of r>'^« - H "troot, IVeelnvortl,. 01 223 ?j^nToi'' VICTORIA, Ford-atreet and T c-imn-slroet. John Rirr.in, MnnnRor. ?-* 1 49!) 223 0~"~LAK1v and COOK, Carpenters, Builders, ' Undertakers, and Timber Morchants, .,m""ite Omit nnd Murray Advertiser Xjord,street, JM« -pi ART H KNWA RK and GLASS, wholo lij a.(iHi the largest assortment in tho Colo wt .T. Stanwuy's, 175 Great Bourko-stroot %t, y«l»«urno. ? 10i> 200 J' -l FLINT'S Land Oflicos, 2, Camp jj , street, near High street. . jj p....

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GOLD [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 February 1857

GOLD £3 lga. 9d. To Brokers, ,£3 17e. Od. BLACK SAND.-(Bagged.) Good Sample, i'52 10s, per ton.

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