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ENTERTAINED AT DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

ENTlRTAIN .D .T ?DINR' . : Tie Ihighi Commissioeoil6 -f A?istri aiini (sir Georgc:dReid)Y2@16 h:oniiui i ii l 13eiediigo :: on Tuesd-ay; eVengigig and: aiienhded ::the ; sanatoriuinra"ce .mineedting -ncxtt da,; w.as i entertaied at.?ilihe,-r Wed'Jnesday by thii, " !Jayor'(Cr Anr ) ThAe lin-Iho dn6 was v aid. in the council: chamibeiat the Town: -Iall,: lthe cateotrei- .,cing Mr: C?.' I, Leggo;:., ivho-< 1ireplted ~x ::sumintuoois repast ..The guests:; included t'hebciMtyor of :Eaglhawk (Or. ?\-r J. Dunstan) ~i?ty :councillos;, and -promi:'. nent cltizetins fTlhee M.ere nio 1?ararmein tary mrap esentatives pretent owino to hei 1'arliamientarv 0udiiti; eq tibijg t fel pro sence in Melboixtiie. Apologics- wore to. drerl for theii ablsenice. Afterithe toasi f e,,li.e Kingp lid been: hIonored, : the M:3iyor p roposed "hi he ]dalthli of th Hih, h Comntisslone..I Tle City Cou:ii. cil andll ci. izns of B.endiigo ; hc ; aid v?-?l{er-e ; delig·hted to - liaie. Sir : G eorge :Relid ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SIR GEORGE REID. VISIT TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

SIR GEORGE REID. VISIT TO J UN)DIGO. Australia's High Commissioner in London (Sir ,George Reid) arrived in Bendigo by the express :train on Tuesday, and' was met at the stition by the Mayor (C~r Audrew), and .escorted by motor car to the ToWi Hall.v wher e an .informal welcome took place. The :toin clerk (Mr.i W. Honey bone), .councillors, and a numiber of repre sentative citizeOns: ' ere in attendance. Tlhe High Commissioner, who :was accompanied by his son (Mi. -Douglas. Reid) was heartily received byi the company in the mayor's 1'00111 - 'lh M~ovb r 1Jproposcd the helicalth of the IJi_ I Coimnissicinir, which -as durtnk ca huiaslenctichiy lly.'' ,Air GCcoi'e Reid ini-oplly said lie felt v'dr"y ileadsed jitlt ::the hoarty wclcome *ic tlndced to h.!i11,: The city of ]3cndigo ha0id ahway' 1held 'a veiy ligh lJiaco i.his Cs-:i S teem.; He. ]lacd det rmiimned not to r1ttirn to EInghlaid it::i'iout Visitinog this :city : After . SuendigL: a half hour inm coi~versa, tionl with thlc com ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE HEAT WAVE. THUNDERSTORMS IN PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

THE HEAT WAVE. TIHUNDERSTORMS IN PARTS Irs st 1 'riday was tho hottest day: ex ,erinced since the head ?~ve of 1908;': when ceorchiinlx ivoather continued ,for - : i'eek Thie shade temperaturei at the Beni iago T .ast :~ochervatory : reatlied i10G.2 dew. w'hich is co:isiderably higher tthi: ann previous registration durin~a the presenr esiunimer. .n fact, tlh- century has :onl ? !beeni reached on two .r three occDasions. TIeo os 1 l08eat e avec established tome high temnieratures: At Bendix0o on t·he ,16th J unuary 113 dcg. in the shade was:rcached, Virile at Swan Iiill the ithermonieter re-; coided 120 deB: Tlhe foloivixng(lday Wa~. almost ns ]lot;. On the 18th.at B.lendigo tlio highest reading was 108 deg., on :the 19th 1'09 dog., and 6n: tIhe 20th 100 deg.: On the i7thl Swai I-ill reportied 121295 deg. in the slhade. In? 1912. theie was a heat ~h-ave of slhorter dutiration'0 On: 31st January 105 dog. ill the shade Was :rccoid ?d at oCindigo, oit lst 1February lO6G6 de:g. oii thli...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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IMPERIAL SENTIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

IMPJERT\L SENTJMIENT. In SiitQ,..off:' the close albiosplfric.c cojidi ti nis indoor: Wediesdaty; the Town IalI !l was flled byh w ai audience whilich asson!..?.l t~o hlar thie fligh'; Coumissioncr: dci!vivr an t' addrc.s: on • Ausiralii tad hlIr Eingpr,, 'The ayoar. piLcsidcd, -anld: iintroduced the1 lhir.h Comwn,:csioner. ; : : Sir George: Leid, who was, warmly? ro-.. "cived, said l]e had bcei onjoyxio' hin'eif. while he had been in Boitdigo. This "iaS the firs ,tne iie lnacl comie 0to Bendigo w\ith,, out comiig to ask for soinetling ..TLaiug!l ter.) I lie had coma befor: ihem ::as , political leader, and; like all otl;he: poli ticcal leaders who were worth anyt;lhing, aae hbad tricd to convert tlthe 1?eople, to. his views - o'etinies: he. thlOught lih.ie i"aid ucarly done it ,: bu lice lever did it. (Laughli: ter.) Now h ca:me as one i'ho hiad served the public -:in llidoni and who 7awntd ; to seie Australia onc :ihgain. Althongh Aus-; talia. wi s a. p:aradise tl Ahnlmigity: liad...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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SEVERE STORM AT KERANG. 113 DEGREES IN THE SHADE. Kerang, 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

SFVERE1 STORM AlT KERTAN(. 11::i3 DFIREElS IN TIlE SHAD-E. cKerang, 6th; February.. Svesral days of trying heat culminated to-day in a shade maximum of.113- degrees. About 4 'clock a dust cloud was seen ap p;roaching from the west, but :before the i?in bodyj reached the town' the street dirains 'vere running bankers from a brief but exceedingly . heavy rainfall, ,accomn. pniiedl by hailstones, the thlermometek q(uickly reccding from 113 degrees to '92 de grees. For about 15 mninutes the wind blew with hurricane force. Sheets of iron, kerosene tins, pieces of timber and othero articles of a more or less portable character were hurled =througl space like iwere plieces of lpaper. The storm area w.vas vcrv limited, but considerable danige rc ·sulted, the velocity of the wind being- ter rific. Corrugated iron tanks full of water were blowvn bodily from their stands, whilst .mpty ones were hurled some distance. Soveral trees were uprooted, and a number. of roofs was either wholly or parti...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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WHEAT TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

- WUE&T TRAFFIC. Very little wheat was despatched from stations in the Northern areas on Saturday. At only one station did the loadings ex ceed 1000 bags, whils at a number of others no wheat at all was sent fLway. The stacks at the various stations remain about the same as on Friday The details of the traf fic at the different stations are as follow: ----Bags.----- Loaded. Stacked. Leichardt ... .r.. ... ... ... 1,700 ]3ridgewater ...... .. .... 733 .. 100 Wedderburn ... ..... . ,560 ... 17,500 Korona Vale .. .... - ... 4,200 Wychitella ... .. . .. 800 ... 16,800 Buckrabanlyule . ... :: ... 10,700 Barrakee ...... .. . 124 . 16,300 Charlton ..... .. .:::; .. .. 72;000 Teddywaddy ... . - ... -2,800 Glenloth .. ... ....90 ... 22,800 WVycheproof.. ... ... :..· "-... 45,800 Dumosa .. . ..... - ... 1,000 Nullawil ... .. . 160 9,601 W arne ... ... (.. . ::, · [: : ... 1,000 Kaneira ... ... .. .. 180 ... 17,083 Berriwillock 3...I . ;0 .. 19,355 , Boigbeat . 3,80G Sea Lake 30:....:....

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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INGLEWOOD. 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

INGLE WOOD. F 3rd February. Ait a meeting of. the local StEate School Coniimitteo last nighlit it; was decided to sink a tank on the reserve fdor agricul tnural plots, so as to provide facilities for childreu's swimming classes. The co-opera tion of the Rev. Father IIowcll, as repire. sentina the local R.C. School, was sought, and- was willingly accorded, and it was de ciderd to write to district farmers askin_ if they woulld assist by arra.nging for a "work. in lliee" to sink the tank. The head teacher (Mr. Smith) rbeported that in con nection with the cooking classes dinners would he available to the public on Thurs. dav and Friday, 13th and 14th inst., and on similar days in oevery succeedina week. Th6 arrangements for formally opening the cookine school were left in the hands of the head teacher. 4th February. A fire occurred at about 10 o'clock last night, when a brick and weatherboard cot tage. situate clcse to the railway line in Gra-nt-street, was totally destroyed, along ?i...

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KANGAROO FLAT. 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

KANGAROO FLAT. 6th February. SMounted-constable Earnshaw, who "was for. many years stationed at Axedale, but who: was recently transferred to Bendigo, has been appointed to fill the vacancy at I{anuaroo Flat caused by the lamented death of Mounted-constablo Allis. The proe. sent Chief -ommn.issioner of Police, when a ,nounted constable, was stationed at Kan earoo Flat for several years. On Tl ursday evening Mlr. Pearce, who resides at Melbourne-road, KIangaroo Flat, was holding a post at his residence while his brother drove it into the ground with an axo, when the head of the. axe iud; dienly flew off and struck Mr. Pearce on the mouth. inflicting a painful wound and loosening several of his teeth. The axe then flew through an open winadow and struck Mr. Pearce's little girl on the side of the heiat, then striking Mrs. I'earce on the side of the nose, causing the blood to flow. Dr. Ffrost atterded to MIr. Pearce's injury, and folund it necessary to insert several otitchcs in the wo...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. LATEST RETURNS FROM BURNLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. LATEST RlTURNS PROM BURNLEY. The results of the leading pens in the Ihlird egg-laying competition conducted at Burnley for the weeh ended Friday, 6th February, 1914, were as follow: - Owner. Breeol. W?ek. To date. J. H. Gill ......... W.L. ..34 1386 C. J. Bcatty ...... W.L. : 3G 1287 Maortix Bros ...... W.L. 35 1280 E. H. Bridge .... W.L. 33 1275 J. S. Spott swood ... W.L. 25 1274 Thiriell and Smith W.L. 35 1273 WV. G. Swift .... W.L. 34 3253 H. MX'Kengie ...... W.L. 32 1244 T. A. Pettigrove ... W.L. *27 1231 C. B. Bertlesmeier . W.L. 28 1216 Eggs daily.-31st Jannuary, 238; 1st Feb ruary, 227; 2nd, 244; 3rd, 212; 4th, .240; 5th, 225; 6th, 231; total, 1617.

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HARCOURT. 7th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

HARCOURT. 7th rebriuary. 6t 7 o'clock lasr -night o terrifd?-; ind 8itorilm, about; :half a IilCe :in: width passbcd : o?er thlei to;n es-idents rsi~dii liier fior :55- years say that they halive -not seen :anytliing like it .before. Orchalirds tha't; came'in' i colitact wvithl it suffered:: seveicly mnd· trees were uprooted. Mir. John Doug~ l,,'si had hundreds of cases of pcaches anid -?jiples stactked, .aid tlhey l wre all b,:lown ohxor. Mr. IL M'Do ugall's orchard alsof stLereed.. severely, , dozefi andt. a half tLrees: -ein?go completely uprooted, Whilst. ipples r?ero ?trewna all: over the. ground. Ther lo:itil :ase factories also h:ad a .bad time. Mir. A.. . Hr -Ioton's factory :bad the -roof . ol6wvna off, 'vhilst a .great deal: of otlher ;!amnage was ,dope. Mr. W'oolnouglh had:f;Ti'is pc'ny severely cut with +he roofin, iron. Gr.t .giaint gumn trees hid: their tops cut off with the wind :just: as~if men had ddne it? with an .axe;;.ll The timber ,?as iblowin from: the -ost off...

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THE RAILWAYS. ELMORE-COHUNA LINE. QUESTION OF PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

THE RAILWAYS. ELMORE-COIRUNA LINE. QUESTION OF PAYMENT. The IHuntly Shire Council has been try& injg to arrange that provision for the money necessary to defray the cost of the land within the shire required for the Elmore to Cohuna line should be made by one rate instead of pavinn it by instalments, with interest added. About 119 acres in the IHuntlv Shire will be used in the construc tion of the line. In reply to the council's incuiries, the "ailway department pointed out that the Railway Lands Acquisition Acts urovided that in determining the com pensation for Izad taken the enhancement in value on the balance of the land left to the individual owner was to be deducted. It also provided that the rating of the district was to wary in proportion to the benefits conferred 1y the construction of the new railways. Under these circum stances it was not possible for the land owners in the Huntly Shire to pay the rate in any different manner to that of the re nmaining landowners....

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HUNTLY. 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

HUNTLY. S6th Februar. ,S I7'iTARY DEPOT.-An echo of the recent coiitroversy between -the." lthiutly Shiro Ciouncil's medlical officer (Dr.; Park) a-id the BAendigo City Council ýin (coinectioni with the alleged insanitary ,coinditioni of (tlh Befidgo sanitary. depot, was heard at tho nie tin'g: of the Hluntly Council yesterday' wheir ' letter w -is received from Dr. P .i".' eipressing his appreciation of the aqt il of ' the iuntly Council: in passing hi ;iPt ote .of tlianks and for its support6 in h inertion with his report on. the Bendifgod sanitary die.o. It was somc s.atis'actio"'c 1O6 know, the doctor remarked that the chairman of the Board. of Health agreed that- it was possible for the nightsoil to oet into the water race, althouh. "our officials" say tha:; it is not possible. .I:osTA~ SEnvIxc.-At.a recint neeting of ]io: Huntly: Shire Council Cr. Busst direct ed attention to lth1, unsatisfactory niannri n; which the postal service from Blendign to .Huntly was carried ouit, an...

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ELMORE. 5th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

ELMORE. 5th lebruary. T.['h: Athonae?um, -iall commnnittce nbt oni the 3rd in~t st Mlrci:i .?R- G. Colee presidinig; . SIt w _as resolvedto ircduce the ha:-lill; cha'gig for ricture slioivs ito 251/ :pe riigliht TWelity. chaiis were puirchased from Sannemani and! Sons "and an :.rote' of: tliianks :was passed to the :M- \ Culloch. 'C?arryino*g Cod. for ac: acepting: delivery ::and consigning some free of chalrge?. The matter of.. :holdi.ng a.: bazaar to raise:: funds to :licuidtate thlc. biuilding debt was: dleferred until: x.ex?t meeting. The first~ congregational..:ni meetin o ith?: newly .-: formcd -..Elmore = and. Colbiiabbin: charge. of the Presbyterinii: Church. was held- here last evening, at St. :Andrew's Cfhurch. . when the 'Rev. T.-. S. Buntine (interim moderator), of Echuica, presided. The principal business to be-transacted was: the choosing of a minister. Several ;naimes were mentioned, When' an unexpected: dif: ficultv, arose, and the inmdtin· was adjourn. ed until.:. 1...

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GOORNONG. 5th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

GOORNONG. 5th Fcbrtuaifirj Information was brought to Goornoug yesterday by Mr. Bourke, of Muskerry, thrit a man, who appeared rather eccentric, was lighting fires in various parts of the dlistrict. much t 'the discoml'ort of farmer9 'and landowners in the vicinity. The of. fender was Hs.bseizuently -arre.ted by Con, Ntable Docking, and brought before Mr. G LU. Matthews, J.P., who remanded him to auvear at Elmrore on 11th inst. Hle gave the name of August Emmarmon, and said Le haid come fi'om the Glonlyon district. 6th February. BARNEDOW10 PUMP.--For some'time past the residents of iarniedown have been agi. tating for the erection of a pump at tho flarnedown bridge over the Campaspo River. As usual, the question of cost was tIhe sol. objection to the request being jtranted, but this was overcome bf- Cr 'usst offering to give the HIuntly Council .a pump which hl e had bought new, but had never been used. The offer was gratefully accepted at the last meeting of the coun. uil but the p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

FARMNERS'. AND CITIZENS' TRUSTEES COMiPANY, BENDIGO, LIMITED. EMPOWERED BY SIPECIAL ACT OF PARLIAMENT TO ACT AS TRUSTEE AND EXECUTOR UNDER WILLS, ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATES, ETO. SECURITY, 1 0,000o WITH STATE 'IiREASURER.W Regist rod Ofl;ce )ITY OHEAMBERS, HIGH STREET, . UN!DIGO.

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ECHUCA. 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

ECHIU CA. 3rd February. Shortly before 5 o'clock this evening a fire occurred at Wentworth; House, Echuca East, owned and occupied --by Mrs. P. Swanell. The fire started- in an outhouFse, and spread to tlhe stables and-some adjoin ing sheds, which were totally destroyed; The water pressure was feeble owing to thoe brigade, attaching its hose to a three-inchl main instead of to a 12-inch main. 13e t-Ween ?£60 -and £70 worth of. damage. was done. The property was insured in the Vic toria Compauny's office. An inqury w'as held at 1toama to-day before Mr. W. Scott, P.MI.. concerning the death at the Moira Lakes of Frederick William Johnson, who was fatally injured by being crushed between two logs on 23rd January. The evidence showed that John son and nother man were unloading tiooyg from :a lo_ buggy, when one of the. log: rolled off the vehicle anld- crushed the 'un fortlnate man against another oie. :i-Ie: died whilc being removed to Ecliuc"i fori medical attentimn. A verdict of acci...

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KOONDROOK. 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

.KOONDROOK. 6t5h February. The seasonu for wild duck opened on Mon dayv last on) the Barham side of the river. - Owinf to the long spell of dry weather and the swamps and lagoons being practically Sempty, the birds are reported to be scarce.. The members of the Koondrook State S;chool comnmittee have decidled to wire.net off a small portion of the Murray River near Stlhe schoal building for swimming purposes for the scholars. 'dA dressing-room ias also to be orected.

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BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Approximately 30.0 sheep were penned for yesterday's sale, being 27 truckloads, and a fair proportion of road lots. The quality generally was a little better than last week although the bulk of the yarding still ranged from middling to useful sorts, just occasional lots of prime sheep being distributed through. out the pens. Most of the sheep were cross. breds, with odd lots of good useful merino wethers. Only one export buyer was operitf-i, but there was the usual good attendance of local and outside butchers. The exporter confined his attention chiefly to the lambs, and did not comp to much fr,l the sheep, securing very few of the latter. Good sheep sold well at rates nearly as good as those of last week, but the middling sorts and ewes which remained over from the private sales for auction were ddull of sale and realised lower prices than last week's reduced figures. Although all the sheep yarded were sold, there was no inc:ination on the part of out side bu...

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MARONG. 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

MARONG. 6thPcibriuaiy. * , Feeliii refereice was ?l?made by Cr. W.hVi'i:at: :Vestcerdiy's ie:ndting of the M- roingi Shiiroe Couicil :t, the :death of Mi.lrs. Poolbg;i oither of: Cri Poolo prdesident ot.f :tlhe" slurc.: Cr. Yeat~s ~i:id" he had kinowlv? - the" deice'sed. lady foi mnany years; shei hav..y; :ing. beein one of thle early pioiheirs -of tlh'o di.trict, and sheh:l w ah a ?;s .beeii?n :a. 'voiau :.i offldioble. cliaricter:: . Thie fpesident thlfinked the coducillors foei thekir nilid roemarks. :.Cr.:. KIetterci, ]the newly-eleeted r.ep.iesen.ii Statie: :of Ithe North-eaGt st:Riding ?:itio the M.ar on . Shife Council, "atIendedthlio coun. cil for th, first tnime yesterdy, aild was ac:: corded a he?rty welcom:? by .tlthe president (Cr. Poole). ::At ?·jesterday's ineldtin?. 'of:: the Maarong Shire Co"ncil, ? ir Johnson rfeirred to the:.: iinetlod 'adopted by: theli L.:: iglelhawk.: Bii Srouffli; :'ouncil in disposing of aightsoil. lle Sstatned thai;it t the Borough Couniicil ...

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WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET, ETC. Bendigo, 9th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKE', E C. Bendigo, 9th February. The hay market reopened after a week's holiday to-day, but the supply wAs light, and quotations underwent no change. Wheat is steady at 3/4 per bushel. The potato and onion market is firm at late rates. We quote:-Hay, oaten sheaves, ;£2 per ton; wheaten. £2 per ton: wheat. 314 poer bushel; oats, 1/8 pr bushel; straw, ] per ton; flour, £8/10/ ton; bran, £4/10/ per ton; pollard, £4/15/ per ton; Cape. barley, 3/6 p.r bushel; new I otato:;;, Carmens, £5 to £5/ 10/ per ton; Pinkeyes, £4 to £4/10/ per ton; ncw onions, Globec, £7/15/ to £8 per ton, BRown !,antish, £8/10/ per ton. Mr. W. Cowling reports~:--Wheaten shea yes, £2 per ton; oaten, £2 per ton; straw, 30] per ton;i wheat, 3/4 per bushel; Cape barley, 3/6 per bushel; oats, 1/8 per bushel.. Messrs. Jones, Miller and Co. report New potatoes, Carments, £5 to £5/10/ per. ton'; Pinkeyes, £4 to £4/10/ per ton; onions, Glolos, £7/L5/ to £b per ton; Browrn Spanish, "£8]10/ per ton.

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