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FARMING AND GRAZING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

FARMING AND GRAZING NOTES. Jn seeking mea' s wherewith to resuscl tato tho finances of Australia, one has to go further afield than mere retrenchment. Tho prosperity of the colonics in the past has coino out of the soil, and it is only ropeating ? an obvious truism to say that we shall have to look to the same sourco for a return to ? more prosperous times. Tho 'Parliaments l|^yo como to recogniso this in the most - practical form of all by protecting an'cj en couraging our own industries: and it is certain that an enormous amount of money could be retained iu the colony by ' the establishment of a looil sugar beet industry, and the samo thing might bo said of oil. This is a commodity which is always largely u..cd in evory community for a variety of purposes, and thero seems to bo no reason why tho greater portion of tho supply for Australia should not bo obtaiqed within its own boundaries. According to Haytcr uq less than- 3,013,009 gallon* of oil are im ported Iuto Victoria alono ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Miscellaneous Exhibits. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Miscellaneous Exhibits. Certainly the show was well filled with machinery, agricultural, pastoral, dairy and household appliances nnd general exhibits. Tho scene on tho bright days of tho exhibi tioh was ono of attractivo movement. Pos sibly the finest sight in the world, as giving ono an idea of tireless, irrosistiblo force, is that of machinery in motion, and at Moore Park there was an cmburra * dc riche* in this roBpect. Windmills aud irrigation pumps, reapers and biudcrs, and threshers, and mowers, and bagfillcrs and shelters and chafT cuttcrs, steam and gas and oil engines, a cloth loom sacreu it only tor its age, and its primitiveness and its old associations ; sheop shoiring machines, eccentrics and valves. and cams working silently, working with a rattle and a roar, according to their several natures. Below we describe tho stauds of the most important exhibits : — Messrs. Hudson Brothers, Limited, of tho Clyde Works, Granville, havo an excellent show of ploughs, harrows, bin...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

FARM PRODUCE. Tho farm produce oxhibits are housed in tho main pavilion, which is rendered very , attractive by tho trophies of corn cobs and wheat ears, etc. The Camden Agricultural Society and Mr. A. Iliggin-i showed the two best of tho aeveu trophies displayed. There wero lino exhibits of wheat, maize, English and Capo barley, and beans and pea1*. A very interesting exhibit was a case of produce grown at the Artesian bores iu the once dry and haggard district of Barrin gun. From the one-time desert we havo, inter alia , tho ubiquitous pumpkin, tobacco, sugar cane, and lucerne, raised by tho appli* cation of wator to a withered seed in a burn ing soil. Tho Ilawkesbury Agricultural College showed au interesting and instruc tive collection of vegetables and cereals, and tho pumpkin which Now South Wales pro duces bettor thdn anything else sho turns her hand to, was shown in stacks aud rows and pyramids and circles — numerous, big, Fal* staflhn.

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

DAIRY PRODUCE. N.S.W. sont to Victoria this year for a butter expert, and thoy assuredly secured ono in Mr. \V. H. Vagg, manager of tho Melbourno Chilled Butter Company. Mr. Vngg had somo excellent exhibits to test, the various samples of butter being so gener ally good that awarding prizes was no easy matter. Cheeses, hams, and bacon of splen did quality was well represented. Mr. I). Kennedy won tho butter champion prize, Mr. A. F. Warden and tho Cambewarra Dairy Company runniug a tio for tho second place. Hereunder we give the prize list : — Dairy Produca. — Butter.— Uuttcr, crc.uuery, 1 case not less than 601b. weight, paeked ready for export: N.S.W. Fresh Food and ieo Company, Limited, 3; Ftinnerri' and Dairymen's Milk Company, Limited, 2 ; Butter, creamery, 1 package, not lees than 501b., man ufactured in cool ahambers, for local consumption ; N.S.W. Fresh Food and Ico Company, Limited, 1; Fo!oy Brothers, 2. Huttcr, factory, 1 packagc, not |p«H than BOlb., mado at any factory w...

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The Dora Dora Murder. CONVICTION OF THE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

The Dora Dora Murder. Vv CONVICTION OF THE !;? PRISONERS. The trial of Willie and Jacky, ' the t w o aboriginals charged : with the murder of Severyn Murscheiweitz, at Dora Dota, has been concluded at the Cir cuit Court, Albury. Mr. ' ' Whitfield defended Jacky, and Mr. W ilkinson appeared to con duct the defence of Willie. His Honor Mr. JusJice Foster summed up and, the jury, af ter a short retirement, found ? both prisoners guilty: His --Honor then passed sentence W' of death. The crime for which Willie and' Jackey hUve been convic ted? was one of several atroci .? ties charged against .the accu sed. The victim, .Severyn Murscheiweitz, a Polish settler at Dora Dora, was found in a dying condition, suffering from a spear wound in the back, v His condition was so low that bis dvinf depositions w e r e ? tauen with as little delay as - possible, and his statement was, of such a nature as to cause the issue of a warrant for the . ar rest of Willie and Jacky. The . ? prolonged chase af...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Local and General. ' Alluvial Gold.— 'We are informed on good anthority that Messrs. Deards aud party, who are prospecting for al luvial gold at 'Whispering Gully,' havo: met with vory good success so far. They obtained 4ozs. during four .days' last week. Simmons has a reef near the locality fully two feet wide, and showing splendid gold. , . ? Jeuger Machine. — Mossrs. Skillen & 'Walk or have imported ono of^Jer gor's nowly invented gold-saving ma chines, and we undersand it will be used to test sovoral localities in tho district where it is . said there are alluvial drifts. It will, it is hoped, be the means of oponing up a payablo gold-, field. Ono of those macliinos ? should' pay on tlio Monkerai waters. 'j 'WrNCiiiAM Snow. — Tho Uppor Manning annua] slibw tivkes place on the lGth 17th,. and 18th May. Bendolba. — The Annual Moeting of tho Church of England, will bo held at St. Peter's Church, Bendolba, to night, at 7pm. Thalaba'. — 1 Tho annual picnic in connection with ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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[?] OF THE SOIL. [?] N.S.W. AGRICULTURAL SHOW OF 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

?^HTgF THE SOIL. W. AGRIOULTUEAl ^?1 SHOW OF 1894 ^^PKir. thiiuiiaiiil linunils woitli of, Blooil P^aud Iron Clinniiilou Stock, Culturnl , ? JHnclilucry mill I'nrmlnR Appliances. Noialile Exhibits. (ropyrijht tho Ffdcral-issoii/alioii n/ JournnIi*l«.) 1 lio '84 exliibitioiK of tlio-'-' Agricultural' Sooicty oponod iu tlio' rain, which had pro-/ , : vionsly laid Avnsto inniiy square iniica ol ngriculturalaoirnud now pursued tho fluishod ,, ?' ncmnulturnl Av'tlnln fn Mnnrn Pntdr. T-Tmv.''* ' over 'Thursday, tho 23rd, broko dullly but ? ?duly, and Thursday night; was cool and limpid, aud Friday such a day of velvot air ? ? - aud sun rays that much Sydney folk wont to the bucolic exhibition. -1 ho show, oxcept in special eases hereafter indicated, lias bieu a wonderful succcav 20,000 pooplo visiting it on Good Friday. Outsido of tho ordinary exhibits of an agri cultural show thero wero wonderfully iu* .. toicsting allows— in tho way of sheep shear . .. ing .machines, gold saving applian...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Rational Beekeeping. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Rational Beekeeping. , 'In the early part of this season (says the Port Mae quario News,), we brought this question before our readers as being worthy of encouragement. Some personal experience of nnr own. together with informa v. 5 tion gleaned from others in the ? district, shows that the in ... dustry of raising honey in frame hives is of a payable , nature. Our fanning popula ' ?' ' tion has too long neglected the ? harvest of honey, which ought to be 'gathered season after season from the floral wealth of the the district. We believe we are well within the mark when we state £10,000 is an nually going to waste in this district for want of a number of intelligent beekeepers. This is a loss which ought not to be continued, as. one of the first operations of a people in a new country should be to develop the resources which nature has given. So will a district or a colony grow rich in .this way, 1 that other resource can be de veloped, and the wealth of the community increase. A f...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. (INTERCOLONIAL.) Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Latest ^News. . [By Telegraph.'] (INTERCOLONIAL.) / Sydney, Monday. The new shearing agreement has been published, the only reduction of rates will be made in South ^Riveriha. In all other districts but one' the rate of shearing by machinery is less than by hand. ? . An ' Italian street musician was killed' on Saturday night by a boy of fifteen, who struck the deceased on the head/with a loaded stick. Diphtheria has broken out at Milton. ? Large finds of shale have been dis at Glen Alice, near Capertee. '???— ? .' / The reported find of gold at Borri ghn turns out to be a hoartless hoax. ! ? . I /About 800 men on the supposed i Clyde goldfield are in a stato of great destitution,- and living on potatoes, arid pumpkins. Sir George Dibbs has received seve 4-al anonymous letters threatening him with death. One was sent him ieeent-! ly deoorated with a .skull and cross bones. ' 'It may interest thoseafiony unous lunatios to hear that Sir George i always goos armed with one or two splend...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

CLOTHEDJ/ITH AIR;] -Cellular Shirts and Underwear,! A Positive Safeguard aijainsl Chills. Cellular Aertex^fl Cloth, is composcd^B W of small Cells^in^H Tvbdp M'hich the air^tf^^^H eloseil^.'Mul^^^^^^H J\^ by I v body. A per^^^^^^H \ 1 - j (.oudiiLting j- | ' / / ','1US formed ' P * / skin. Cellular const^^^^^H fl Hi M I 1 'III ill1 this c!oth ie^^^^^| Wl'!11 I I / 1 lighter Um ! i| j|||| |! || !jj ventilated j 1 1| || I |l -1 Inay Cellular Day Shirts (cellular throughout), in I'.'uiii-Cotton, bilk aud Cotton, Merino and Wool ... AVbito Sliil tH. (witli Hiion Illtiugfi), Tamils Shirts, &e. ' PHICE LIS IS AND ALL l'ARTIOUL.Vjjl^^H CELLULAR CLOTHING :t05, & 30? ficorprc-st-,, ; : ' TO PROIMtl PUOyiNCIA.li, JOURNALS U THE AMSOCIATIOX .OF JOUltMLlVrS . ' Now^proinres at Sydney aud supplies Iherefroui J0VltNALI8TI0« BKUVIOES asundor: , ? . . Leldors, ' Parliamentary and Gossip Letters, AltTICr.ES ON Mining, Agriculture and Grazing, , . In Plato or Proof, Is.ucd Weekly. ..T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Auction Sales. General Clearing-out . Sale. (In cojisequenco of leaving the Dis trict.) ? ? ? / * Jolm liohson HA J received instructiaris from Mr G. Yates, to «jll my auction at his residence, ThalabiMpu FRIDAY, 20th April, 1894, an 12^'clock, the WHOLE of Hlf HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, HORSES, CHARTS, Etc. Two Teams' WORKING BUL LOCKS, GEAR, and WAGGON, in first-class order. Fat Pigs, Fat Pigs. John Xtdfbson HAS received in/tractions from Mr. Job. Wade widfothera to sell by auction at his yaVds »n SATURDAY next, 21st April, «.89f, at 2 o'clock. 50 PRIME & M.T PIGS. ? Tbrms Cash. Gospel Army Hall, Stroud. John Robson HAS received instructions from the Trustees co sell by/ auction at Robson's Hotel, Duugcgf on. SATUR DAY, 28th April, 1894/ at S o'clock. ALL THAT VALUABLE BLOCK OF LAND, sifjUal&d raid fronting the train street rfo Stroud, and known aa the/G dlpelJA rmy Hall, upon which i| erfctecfa faithfully built weath®bo'®d and slab room which could be ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

iCricket. On Saturday last a match was played on the Dungogpark between the Dun gog Second Eleven and a'team from Thalaba, and resulted in an easy win for the former by 65 runs on the first innings. The Thalaba captain winning the toss sent his men to the wickets, who, however, made but a feeble re sistance against tjie bowling of Steuer wald and Lean, who secured u wickets for 9 runs, and 3 wickets for 9 runs respectively. The innings closed for a total of 20 runB. The Second Eleven made a better show with the bat, Steuerwald again coming to the front with 35, compiled by free and attrac tive cricket and without giving a chance till he was unfortunately run out. Lillyman played, a lucky innings for 17, while Bollinger run up his score of 11 by good cricket. None of the other batsmen reached double figures, the innings closing for 85. G. Tates was by far the most destructive bowler for the visitors. The following are the scores: — THALABA C.C. R. Middleton, c Kennedy, b Steuerwald ?...

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BOB DALEY'S DOAK. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

. BOB DALEY'S D0AK. It- was- in the land of the long shadows, where Mt. Brown throws tho cool somblance of its mighty self across the rotton quartzitc plain, that Harriet Meadows first made Bob JDaloy's doak. Whoreby hangs a tale. Harriet Meadows was a short stout creation of about 40 years of age. Slio [was dumpy and comfortable in all but her faco — that was drawn and lined— and her eyes had always a worrying look in thom. Col lectively, Mt. Brown stated that Miss Meadows was worrying bocause she could not got a husband, aud as a fact, Mt. Brown was not far wrong. Miss Meadows was nurse in general to tho littlo goldfield. Despite her practical ? in oxpencncc of maturity sho stood duly qualified to introduce tho local infant life to tho world of whoso pleasures and orimes sho was alike iguorant. As a matter of constitutional ability and fitness of toinperament, Harriet Meadows ishould have been a wifo or a mother long : since. . All her ideas of happiness were comprised in tho owne...

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SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

SECOND ELEVEN. . H. Abbott, c E. Berry, b 'W. Berry ... ... - . ... - 4 'W. Steuenvald, run out ... 35 II. Lillyman, b' Yates ? ... 17. A. Moore, b Yates. ... ... 0 'W. Bollinger, b YateB' -,... 11 J. 'Webber, c A. Lowrey, b;¥. ??? Berry . . .? 0 R Lean, c T. Lowrey . ... 2 S. Stanton, run out -... .. . 2, 'W. Mills, run out ... ... 2 A. Robards, not out ? 7 G. Kennedy, b Yates ? 0 Sundries ? ? 5 85 DUNGOG C. C. v. CLARENCE TOWN C. C. On Saturday last the Dungog team journeyed to Clarence Town to engage m a friendly contest with the First Eleven there. Being two men short, Messrs. Walsh and Fell filled the vacancies. The Dungog team were very fortunate in winning the toss as the rain during the previous night had considerably softened the ground, the Clarence Town bowlers experienc ing some difficulty in holding the ball and keeping their footing. Jack Hodges and Griffiths were deputed to open the Dungog innings, and they showed that the confidence bestowed in them bad not been misp...

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IN THE TRAIN—MELBOURNE TO RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

IN THE TRAIN— MELBOURNE TO RICHMOND. YVlion tho city work is over aud you board : *; ? tho tram for home, . * ' And you'ro weary of your paper ere ' you havo tho nows begun,' ; And .you look from out tho -window— flashing gable past, and . dome— Suddenly a little clearing shows you glimpses of the sun ^ ? Sotting, on the western laud-rnn, and you . feel a thrill of pain At that glimpse of country skyline from ? tho swiftly-moving tram. Wo arc used to city struggles, and wo reck : - not of tho plain, v Till the sunsot sky-line brings us dream-, ing of tho land wo knew ; ; Till tho nightfall, shows us;- guarding cu trance to tho land oE ram, . That groy veil of plain and summer sucred ?unto mo and you, Oh ! wo. curao our - town/ existence; ? and wo ' ' v - cry for lull and plain, . . : When wo see a glimpse of sky-lino from tho ? ftwiftly^moving train, ' One timo wo woroiused to pack our Bwags when town begau to pall. With the spring wo set our faces north or . westward— Bourlco or Ha...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

/ Municipal Council. A meeting was held on Friday, April 12. Thoro wore prosent Aid. F. A. Honke (Mayor), D. J. Bruyn, H. C. Dark, J. Abbott, G. Walker, and J Robson. Correspondence. ; Letters wero read from : — i John Walher askins -Demission to open a drainin Hooke Street, near his residenco. From John Robson, a*king permis sion to take 6 loads of gravel from the pit, and stating he was prepared to pay Is per Joad. From various pottery works quoting prices for the supply of drain pipes. From E. Piper calling attention to the state of the water tables in Dow ling Street, near his store. A culvert was choked lip, and the water over flowed into' his property. From Mr H. H. Brown, stating that he had inquired re by-laws, and that they wero incorrect, and would be returned. _ From J'. H. F. Waller, solicitor, WeBt Maitland, demanding a public apology for remarks made in open council, and impugning the veracity of Mr T, D. Hutchison, as Dungog cor tespondejit to the Mercury , and also f...

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FOR TUCKER. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

FOR TUCKER. ^ f ':Many -poor prospectors who havo struck good ; 8how?havo had to sell them to investors fora mcro .^'sotig in order to obtain tucker. — Coolyardie Telegram. . .So you're poin' to Wcstralia on a hungry - ; track and dry, r.. Whore all. the gold that's easy getlm* you - ? see meltin' in tho sky ; An' once you Btriko tho reef, my lad, you . think your trouble s done, — '.An* that, for many a long day after,; you'll ? ? Bit shaded from tho sun -With tho claret jug nm-level, an' tho waiter r at your call, -An- .the run of Scott's or Petty'a, an'i a life of - loaf an all ; But betwixt you an' tho claret an1 tho other ; ? splendid lot Is the ompty tucker-bag which will assist-to ~ ? tako your pot— ? . . . To.buy out your blessed olaun , - Ju8t boforo.it gets its fame. If your shaft's a foot of bottom they will ; . . . scent it all the same — ? i.Wlien you're hard up for your tucker, - . . .\An\ you think tho reef's a mucker, ; Tho syndicato arises, and your claim floats ? ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE' : — AND — Be Happy . Send Your Orders to the ' Chronicle Office ' FOB JOB PRINTING. Advertise IN THE 'CHRONICLE' — IT — Will Pay You. S. E. SELIG, Practical Watch and Clock Maker, Je, weller Optician, etc., , DOWLING STREET, DUNCJOa. To the Inhabitants of Dungog and Surrounding District. HAVING- boon induced to start in - jour ' district, I bog to offer j-ou first-olass worlt, and sincerely liopo that you will pat roniso u1 c, bo qb to Jteep a first-class tradesman in tlio district. I know as a rule, after tho public lmvo had their watches aiid jewellery. botched by so-called watelimalors, that they arodubious about giving thoir work to others, but TOU can safoly bring your watchea and iowcllery to mo and got thorn well and skilfully repaired Tho work will bo dono punctually and also guaranteed. I also intend periodically visiting tho diffcront towns around Dungog, and any work tou may have you can savo for me, and itwijl bo returned tho following trip i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

THOS. BAKTJK, ^Practical Tailor, Dowling-street, DUNGOG. BEGS to' return thanks' to Bis numerous customers for thsir pnsfc^ support, and trust* bv ftrict attontion to business, to merit a cuntinuanoo of their patronage. 1'ftoro is no neod to send away for Clothes wheuthey can bo soade as Ghoap arid as , Good in the' town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. . My Tweeds, Cloths, 'Doeskins, Serges, j Llamas, Buckskins, j . Worsted a *d Bcavea Coatings, : - Bedford and Manchester Cords, Hair Lines, 'Etc. r Are nil of tho Beet Material b to pick from, v . T and well shrunk bofore making tip. The W.BiS.N. Co. 1 ' (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN.. 1 -The Company? Steamer Cooreei ' , : enves Clarence Town with PassengerB . and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED ^ NESDAYS, aritt EBIBAYS at 9.30 ^ am, and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, b THURSDAYS J and SATURDAYS 'i at 9.15 a m-, unlil further notice. . * ' I R. LYALL, I / Secretary. ir j» | . J. i. JONES, I FAMILY BUTCHJSifl. j pi xaxeroer- 1N- taking Bus opportunity to thank t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

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