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"GREATER BENALLA" FOOTBALL PUBLIC MEETING DISAPPOINTING. COMMITTEE FORMED TO WAIT ON BUSINESS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

"GREATER BENALLA" FOOTBALL' PUBLIC .MEETING DISAP POINTING. * COMMITTEE FORMED TO.WAIT ON BUSINESS PEOPLE. Actuated by the desire- to lift football from the "slough of des pond" into which it has sunk dur Ing recent years and place it on .a higher pinnacle, keen followers of both the Benalla and All Blacks Clubs convened a public meeting for Monday night last. The res ponse was most disappointing and after much discussion a commit tee was formed to wait on townspeople with a view to gain ,ing support for the creation of one controlling body in our midst, 'so that affiliation with the Ovens and Murray League will not only be the means of improving the standard of football, but will give impetus to the sport generally. When the niceting opened there was only a sprinkling of players and sup pibrtors, whilst, ther was -a complete albsence of leading cltizens The chair wan occupied by Mr Greg Humphrey, and at the outhot he regrettct that .there was no leading citizen present to. occupy s...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

BENAA SHIRE COUNCILI MONTHLY MEETING.:'. TIl 'mo'ntihly meeting of the, abovi was held:at te ' Councll Chanm le?cron Monday last when the follow. ing were present:-CCrn T'. a'13. Cool (presldent, iln th0e chair),' 1It. Wallace T. MHanloni .' C. Stolz, If., Bileoke, A Hnrrison, 'WV.. MIacGOrgor. Ingram, A J: Sadler, Wedemann, J. Howdern, P A. Cook, -WV. James, A1. P. Cleary aind tih secretary, Mr Ii. J. Murray. From Lands, Department, :to road abutting on the south-enai of .illot 100, parirlsh of Gooramlbat, at preseon occupied by A. E. Grant' The appll ontldn to purchase thin road was doe elined. Are there any obJectionr tc the leasing of anmo providing -un lodtked swing gates are erected.-The engineer sail that the road showed no sign of trallec and the Council thoroupon decided to offer no obj-c lion to the leasing of the road. From S. 'A. Bnatey, asking for per mission to renmove several dry treeo on: the road leading east and west litwLtll propelrty.. A new-fence is to lie eecte...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

S. AVE.. AVE.. SAVE POUN DS SHILLINGS PE N CE AT WILLIAMS ne sI.erna . . r WINTER DISCOUNT SALE A0Y /FR+ F//jF!N YEARS /vi Sk&P A4 F0A76'/NF YJ A1V4/YS ....L. /d /TE FAMA/LY POOTWFAPA FRAE WV/Z11?4MS . For 78 years Williams Annual Winter Discount Sale has been the sale most looked forwvard to by the people of Victoria. Many people we know of S. -wait for this yearly event to buy footwear by the dozens to last them a year * -. it's a great idea if your feet don't change size. At the sale the prices are absolutely amazing-low enough at any time due to our huge buying-but when you get an extra big discount as well it means you get the most S - astounding value in Victoria. THIS IS THE GREATEST SALE IN : THE TOWN ... DON'T MISS IT! LOT 2 LOT 3 Only 6/8 off in the £1. Aw,. This is the super, supor lot that's not so good! BUT don't the grandost footwear you've be dismayed and don't be mis. ever soon. Footwear for which led, ther re are nes that are you'd be glad to pay smoreo han ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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ENGINEER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

ýENGINEER'S REPORT l Enginccr (Mr L. D. Fa ckner) reported at Monday's niaeting 0of tile Council, the.report being reccelved except where otherwise, specifled?p Dovenish Riding. r Boundary Road, Boxwodd. The i work agreed on, to be carried out on tiths road is almost completed except for final trimming, up and conoldor iation. About one week's work' ihould complete same.-Cr. Wallace spoke of the unsatisfactory conditions, which n have prevailed and It was decided n that It be left in the hands of the rid . Ing members and engineer. tL lon.-Adopted. Contract 34/33, Sanitary Service, Dovenlsh, will expire next;:month. Authority to extend same for a fur ther period in necessary, if It Is in I tended to continue as at present. Mokoan Riding. LJako Rowan Road.-Works being carried out at tile half-way are pro cecding renasonably satisfactorily, though progress was retarded conald orly for about a weea through buad weather. Tenders, are returnanlo to-dlay for forming and gravelling 20 chai...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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SOMETHING ALWAYS HAPPENS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

SOMETHING ALWAYS HAPPENS ,. ;b ewondcred by what means ':t6f:? 'iardry. Federal, Treasurer 'Ca:ey seeks' toconvlnce the people of Aiustralia .that . he hai £3 million : ounds toesiare forlthe year and that this odd three million actually exists. It may be remembered that, a.few years ago, Stanley Melbourne Bruce and his" coibher, Earlo Page, Clarence River, co-cocky," tried to put the same tale over. The result was that the Federal Milnistry went into the Lon ,:don.money market with a light heart and came out with heavy oblilgallons. John Citizen did not approve of finan cialt dexterity in, those days and later sacked the Government. lie may ex press'his disapproval again when the opportunity arises. A manr In ' Marybhrough (Viec.) Is reported to have pegged out a gold claim In his neighbor's hack yard. 'That's over the fence. The U.CI'. continues to regain con fldenlce of its erstwhile members and the latest branch to return to the old ranks is Moyhu-"Old friends are the fairest an...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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GOLF NOTES NORTH-EASTERN TEAM FOR COUNTRY WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

GOLF NOTES NORTH-EASTERN TEAM FOR COUNTRY-WEEK. A meeting of the North-Eastern District Golf Association was held on Saturday at the oWangaratta lib rary. Delegates were present from "Myrtleford," Wangaratta; Bright, Bnalla. Beecchworth, Mansfield,' Jubi lee Club, Yarrawonga and Ruffy. The man business was to select the coun try week golf team, those selected beiog:,-W. J.,' Browning (Yarra wonga), C. McKenzie .(Ruffy); K. Murray, A. Murray F. Murray (Alex andre),' II. J. Archer, W. Robinson; R. Fisher (Wangaratta), N.' Plckering, G. Cowell (Mansfiield), P.. Weston (Bright); iJ, Sayers . (Benalia). A. .'isher weaselected captain. The flnal selection bf nine ;, players for edach match will be made lby the daptain, L. Sayers, and Ii. I-. , Guy, of Beech worth. The 'Leader Shield has been won the last two years by the North Eastern team, and the team tills year should do well as it appears on hnn dlcaps and past performances to he the best yet selected for the country week matches. A t...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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ESTABLISHING WEIGHBRIDGE AT BENALLA NECESSITY STRESSED BY COUNCILLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

ESTABLISHING . , WEIGH BRIDGE AT BENALLA NECESSITY STRESSED'BY COUNCILIOR. " ' A'P Monday' Council meetong, Cr. A. Ilnrrlson streseed the neces slty of eLtnhllshing a . weighhrldgo at coenalla. At the Inat mneotling of the Munilclll A\emlalltion he laid that theo IHdney Shire asked an amend ment of the ct. At that meeting It woe pointed out that unlene they had -welgilbrldge tihe Council coild not legally charge acllltoneer or vendors at the ealeyards. If that was a fact It would Ibu implrallve for the Coun cil to hlave n welgihrldge. The cecretary elated that the foee chargeld by the 1Iumalla Council had been lipprloved by the Govornor-In "ouncil. The engineer 1al(d that hlie thought a confulaluun hald arlson with inarkots fohr elling Ipruduclo. Cr. Ilalrrion said that even if that were e, IIt. witH neeCHenry that a weighllbrlidge e erected in l1nalll, na lie contenleld thaiit t11houland of tone of fodder left the diotrlet each year, and nrnnern hld to rely on the rall ways. 'They ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

LOCAL & GENERAL BOVI BREAKS COLLARBONE. Whilst playing with his -school mates on Monday afternoon, VWilliam Rob orts, son of First-Constable Roberts, fell and broke r collarbone. He- re ceived medical -attention and is pro grossing eatlsfactorily. VALUATION OF COUNTRY RID INGS.-Mr L. Jobson, who is car rying out a re-valuation of thecoun try, ridings, reported . at M. Monday's meeting of -the"Shire Council that ho had so far made.. 13551 assessments, and it would .be.som time before the work- would:, b +eompleted. BUSH NURSING HOSPITAL. The ainnal meeting of the Berialla Btish:,Nurning 1{(ospital' will he held on Monday evening next, 1l1th July; at the Memorril HIall at 8 o'clock. A good attendance of subscribers and anyone interested In the hospital in expected. NO LIGHT ON BICYCLE,-At the local'cour.it yesterday,. Leo. K. Rahaley wan fled 25/ In default dis tress for falling- to carry lightseonhlin bicycle after sunset. The bench was occupied by Messras J. Serpell 'and- S....

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MUCH FUN IN CURRENT JOE E. BROWN COMEDY BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

MUCH FUN:IN CURRENT JOE E. BROWN COMEDY BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY. AN airplane that virtually flies It self, a newspaper editor who on unwittingly scoops himself, and.a swindler who unconsciously clears himself, are some of the amazlng Ingredlients that contribute to the fun in Joe E. Brown's latest laugh vehicle, "Riding on Air." As Elmer Lane, Ir small-town newspaper editor, Joo E. Brown proves himself a sensational news sleuth-for his rival papers-but when it comes to capturing a hband of air smugglers with the use of an air plano controlled by a projected radio beam, lihe startles lho world and bhaffles a would be embezzler. Kay Francis Has Greatest Role In New Film. In what Is described as tihe most elaborately staged, and most highly emotional picture of her bhrlliant career; Is'tihe Varner Bros. drama, "Confesoson," adapted from .the famed Europenn play, "Mazurka,' which had sensatlonal rnns In the Continental capitals. The story concerns a falm ouis opera singer wh...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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PEACOCK ELIGIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

PEACOCK ELIGIBLE. Evidence nimilar to that reported In "The ?nHign" when his caste came heInro the 'I'Ttong-Thoonl League, was tendered by C. Peacock In his appeal to the North-EIuntern Clounill on 1Prliday night last. The tappeal board coniltedi of Mesaral L. IIC Sambell (chrnirman), t. 13aUrker and .. Clark. After hearing the evhience tile board upheld the ap peal. against the decialon of the Tat ong-Thnoonl Lengutl that Peacockl wna not ellgible to plny with Violet Town becauso he got hiln IIvelihood In ienallia antd wan thus deilmed a resident of the latter town. 'rThe ap peal was peoldl utnder the conditlons of rule ten providng thatt I player need not' neconstrily residoe contlnu ously within a playing area after the first match. 'Phe local League's decialon wan hnond on a ruling given by Mr Sam hell at the request of the League see rotary. MAr J. Collery, some time. ago. Mr Smtithell stated that the decision of the Ioard wan not ai contratdictlon of the original ruling but va...

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OBITUARY MR. J. T. WOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

OBITUARY.   ANOTHER of the old pioneers, in     the person of Mr. J. T. Woods, passed away on Thursday of last week aged 81 years. Born at Hawthorn, Melbourne, deceased came to the district in 1857 when his parents took up land on the Ovens River. In 1876 he selected land at Perringrove, St. James. Virtually hewing out a home from the virgin bush, Mr. Woods, partnered by Mrs. Woods, who died In January, 1936, reared a family of seven sons and four daughters, viz.:--- James(Tatura), William (Ringwood, N.S.W.). Arthur, (Tungamah), Stella (Mrs. Kimber, Middle Park, Mel- bourne), Florence, (Tallangatta),     Ada, (Mrs Peacock, Bathurst), Oswald, (Ringwood, N.S.W.), Howard (Boor- haman), Victor (Boorhaman), Olive, (Mrs Powley, Surrey Hills, Mel- bourne), and Albert (St. James). One son (Ernest) pre-deceased his father. From the time he came to the dis- trict, Mr. Woods took an active part in all welfare movements and was as...

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MILITIA NEWS "A FEW GOOD HORSEMEN WANTED." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

MILITIA NEWS "A PEW GOOD HORSEMEN WANTED." uHis apoke 'Cpl R. TL. L. Banleld ' In resone 'to a Vote o?'f thainks tendered. by' Mr. Schiebherger, of Euroa ,eon Monday. 'evening. The Euroa. Rifle 'ilub had journeyed to IBenallato'fire a 'math' over the minlatutre range agninblt the "H.Q. and Blenalla Section 8th Light Horse. At the conclusion of'the match, Mr L. H. Schneeberger thanked the Ben nail men fr the way they hard looked after the :visltlig team, and. in ree eonse Cpl. Banfleld nsaid that- they hoped that the Euoba club would. re turn arid let their home people kInow that the Light Horse were not a.bad sort of crowd; hut they. "required a few good. horseieri' to. Join up." The" result was a, win for the 8th Light Horse which had two team" competing. The ,E'.roa caiptnin, Mr Schineebhrger, a well-known rifle shot, wvao the only'man to score the cov eted possible. Detalls'were: Benall No. 1. .W.OW Trenham .. .. ... 49 Tpr.; Pearmn :. . . ..4.. 9 Cpl, 'R. L. T anfleld .. .. 49 T...

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MR. WILLIAM HENRY GOULD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938

MR. WILLIAM HENRY GOULD. The death occurred at North Win- ton on Thursday evening of last week of Mr William Henry Gould, one of the oldest and most highly respected residents, of the district. Deceased who was 72 years of age, was a native of Campbellfeld, being a son of the late Jesse and Hope Gould. He was married at Winton to Miss Margaret Bower, who pre-deceased him 31 years ago. The late Mr Gould carried on farming pursuits with much suc- cess. He was upright and honest, and his many sterling qualities made him a general favorite and well liked among a large circle of friends.. He was a staunch adherent of the Meth- odist Church, and one of the oldest members of the Masonic Lodge at Benalla. He reared a family of three sons (one of whom-William Henry- was killed in the Great War) and four daughters vlz., Emma (Mrs J. Shaw, Melbourne), John (West Wyalong, N.S.W.), Florence, (Mrs L. Gerber Melbourne), Samuel (North Winton), Dorothea (Mrs H. Lee, Winton   North), Wil...

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KITCHEN TEA TO YOUNG COUPLE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938

KITCHEN TEA TO YOUNG COUPLE TII" L John Cooper Hall was the set ting for a happy function on Wed nesday evening lanst, when the friends of AMr Jack Machin and lMiss Betty Sherwill met to tender them a kitchen tea prior to their marriage which Is to take place next week. The function was organised by members of the Sunday School of which both guests had been actively associated since childhood, and in the latter years had ibeen officer and teacher respec tively. Games were indulged In, andl the younger folk spent a happy time. ]Rev. L. E. Wilkinson, on behalf of the church congregation, paid wnrsi trlhiite to tile couple, nnd said It was a. great joy. to see a couple who had been products of the Sundaliy School. and still interested in many? activities of church work embarking on matrl mony. On behalf of tile ssoembly and the congregation he hadl much pleasure In nasking them to accept the very large array of gifts before them, and wlnhed theirl every happiness In their married life....

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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ARTS AND CRAFT SCHOOL SITE APPROVED OF BY MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938

ARTS AND CRAFT SCHOOL SITE APPROVED OF BY MINISTER Notification has been received that the Minister of Education (Sir John Harris), has approved of a scheme by the Shire Council to purchase land in Barkly Street as a site for an: Arts and Crafts School A few weeks ago the Council decided to purchase two properties opposite the High School for the sum, of £1500 con ditionally that the Education De partment would proceed with the proposed scheme to build the school. The Council has preson ted the properties to the Depart ment.

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BENALLA TALKIES WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938

BENALLA TALKIES WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THE window was barred-the .dpor S was guarded-theo mann' Insaldo wa~n alone-yet-nothing could .ave him from- the supernaturnl killer nolbody could . 00. Borli Harkoff In' "The Invisible, Menace." Also the terrifying crash o? the'" oaptain's combat plane averts a clash between a French. World'. War pilot and his youthful observer, whom be suspoects 'of setealing hls wife's love In "The Woman I Love," tRKO Radio sc ren' diama, co-starring' Paul Muml a:indMirliam Hopkins with. Louis ,Haywarid in featured' support. e';_I_ uaSl? ?hort rand' News.

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FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION TO PRINCIPAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938

FAREWELL AND PRESEN TATION TO PRINCIPAL Last Tuesday night a dolightful farewell dance was given by the students of Dookle Agricultural Col loge in honor of their Principal, Air A. C. Drevermann, wnho after 45 years' teaching has now retired. Mr Drevermann expressed his regret at having to resign his post, yet he felt that after 45' years' teaching, he needcd a big rent. Mr Stan Pink, captain of the Col loge, spoke on behalf of the students and presented Mr Drevermann with a lovely big drawing room clock. The hall was'gaily decorated In the college colors, with dozens of balloons 'hanging from the colling, while the dancers' danced to the strainn of J. Ryan's orchestra. A sumptuous sup per was beautifully set out in the Slarge` dining hall. Guests from .Benalla: included: Misn B." Bird, checkl not over taffeta; `Miss S. Johnson, blue floral .taffeta;: Miss C. Perkins, pink floral taffcta; Miss I. Anderson, sky blue net; Miss J. Kay, striped talffta; Miss B,. Kay, blue net over taffe...

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REV. FR. HUGH RYAN APPOINTED BISHOP OF TOWNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938

REV. FR. HUGH RYAN APPOINTED BISHOP OF TOWNS VILLE. TIHE Apostolic Delegate, Most Rev. Dr. Panlco, who in InBrlslbano on his way. to the northern dioceses, has announced that Most Rev.. Father Hugh Rynn, of the diocese of Sand hurst, has been appointed: Bishop of Townsville: and Most Rev. . Father Basil Poper, of the diocese ofiBallarat has been appointed Bishop of Too woomba. Rev. Fr. IT. Ryan, who Is a native of Kyabram, and a brother of Mr Mal. Rlynn, of Bonnalna; began his ecclessl atical studies at St. Patrick's. Manly, In 1911, and In 1913 went to Rome to complete-his studies at the Propa ganda College. 1-Io was ordained for the Sandhurst diocese on 'Jne 17. 1920, and commenced dullies at the Sparish of Chiltern. For nine years he was assistant priest at Benalln, and later was at Heathcote, Wodonga and SWVangaratta. For the Phast five years he has been In charge of the Moor oopna parish. Bishop tRyn, is the 'irst priest from -the Sandhurst diocese-to he raised to the hierarchy...

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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE FAIR CLEARANCE AT CURRENT VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938

SPECIAL, SHEEP SALE FAIR CLEARANCE AT CURRENT VALUES. 3OURtKlEcE & TIIEWLIS, lonnllta, and Commonwealth ' Wool anti Produce Co. Ltd., Mellbourno (agenti in conjunction) reiport having condtic ted aL special sale of sheep In the Corporatlon Yards, Teonallt, on Flriday, 15th July, when they submiLttedl yarlllling f about 400 oheep to a good attendance of district graziers and outHlderH who attended from 'Yen, itnarlfor,.l, Melblolurlne, llWarragul, Arcadia, Seymour. Jlron, ?a?lngar attlta and L?ltoe Rowan. l'aklting nea Hontll conllitions into conslderation the condition and quality of the sheeol offered was very natlsfactory andi outsiders commented freely on this fihet. Althlough we cannot quote a brisik Hale we disposet d of tlhe greotter part of the yardllng at full current riateC, (litlto a numbelr of theep beolng putrchInHedl Ily Iutttlde graziers and going right out of theo district. Fol lowing Itre prices of HoI)me of tihe prin ciptl liInes:-Cr)oss bred Owen, 1 year ol...

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BASKET BALL BENALLA ASSOCIATION. WINTON v. METHODIST "A" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938

BASKET BALL BENALLA ASSOCIATION. WINTON v. METHODIST "A" On Saturday,. 1th July, a match was played betwcen the WVinton and luethodlnt "A" tean on the high School courts. PlayUrs for Whiton were iAflIn? V. Lynch, V. Greon, V.'Lee, 13. Joyce, D. Lee, IC. PTelly, and ?rs M atthews. For llUthondlst "A": Allsunr Nanco Sherwill, N. ConqueHt, 1. ChlLttck, C0. Danger, t. Blox, N., Collins, I'. Ialeloy.. The resultL wnH, n winl for Winton by 21 goals to 20. The aoreC werI: Flihrst luart'r. ,Wilnton 4. hlethodlluist 11: seconld lquarter: 1Winton , leLllh odllst 3; third qua'rter: Wlnton l, lMetholslut 2; fourth qlunrter, Winton 7, Alethodnlt 4. P.G.F. "A" v. BENALLA BLUE. l'Playel on thu P.'e . ground, thie match h.tweenn their "A" tro,,, a?n Itlnllha 1luo iwa won by P.l.P. by 12 goals to 4. P.G.F. "B" v. SNAKE GULLY "A.' P.O.F. "'3" team had Iii1 oa ny will over Snlake fl'lly "A" defelatln them by 13 goals. to,13. ST. JOSEPH'S "A" v. SANKE GULLY "B." In this match, St. Joseph's won by three...

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