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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 December 1862

JOR.DAN DIGGINGS. T SEWELL, Auctioneer, has cons stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, cheap. Apply at the Office, Foster Street, Sale. 2'nje c Pack and Saddle Horses. MiR. SEWELL b,'..s , S.LE. hr Auction, every SýTURDAY. pf Pack and Saddle lie.:- s, at n:"S, at Twelve o'clock. Gs c THIS DA.. AT STRATFORD. N Allotment ofl.and, Pack, S~a.dle. and Harnes iHorses, Milking Cows, &-., &c. J. SEWELL. Auctioneer. STRATT'ORD, .FRIDAYF, 1h DECEMIBER, 1S62. Sale by Auction. S .SEWELL will sell by auction at Allotment or land, being alltmient 0, of section 4, with improve ments thereon. 12 head of broken horse., 8 milch cows, &b., &c., &c. And all stock, Ac., entered prior to sale. Sale at One o'clrck, sharp. TO-iMIORROW, SATURDAY, 13th DECEMBER. Sale by Auction. T SEWE LL has receired instructions TJ to se?ll by pu-si auction at the T?rds, Foster Street. A mob of Horses from .1anereo, PosnIrrLy Wnraorr REsSr-T. Sale at 12 o'clo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 December 1862

i' E LB B. URNE mSui3 : i ERA ilJ:: s r hurt:a? be?.../," ry' . . A .... . ? , eac7.. . Freight-nOold, 2d. per ounce. :Par eels over 200 ounces, I d. Gold;, for ehipment, must. be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m on the day of sailing. Return Tickets..............£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to TUENBULL, IO\VDEN, & CO., :.Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when Ilanded.' All goods discharged, if not removed from the whart before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. a c STEAMER T0 .MT ITCHELL AND TAMIBO. T tHE steamer EN'I'EPRISE, Alfred . 'Morrisby Commanujder, iwill leave the La Trobe IBridge every Tuesday morning, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the above. FARES: Cabin Passengers .......£...1 10 0 Steerage .......... .. 1 1 0 * (Including refreslhments) FREIGHT : To Bairnsdale, per ton,...... £1 10 0 To Bruthen (includingeartage 'from Tambo Saw Mills)... 2 0 0 -arcels.................. ............

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 December 1862

"EXCELSIOL" FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1S2. WE see by the Melbourne papers that the s.s. Victoria is off to Port land to play at blank cartridge with] -fh -We-Lrn 1litLer - w ho are, so the programme says, to gallantly defend their town against foreign invasion, and to resist, with fire and: sword, any attempt which may be made by the blue jackets to land and ransack the place. Now we do hope that the importance of this mission may not be affected by any error as to the place of destination, and that Captain Norman will not be led by the insiduous influence of an enemy's spy to enter the port of Warrnambool and disturb the mono tonous quietness of that retired township by a bombardment of pow der and hemp. That the Victoria and her gallant captain has made a similar mistake on the -Eastern coast it is now too late to deny. The Hon. Gavan Duffy has declared so in the House of Assembly, and, though the announcement was received with laughter and ironical cheers, it does not lessen the conse...

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EXPLORATION OF GIPPSLAND. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 12 December 1862

EXPLORATION OF GIPPS- LAND.     PART III. January 16th, 6 a.m. Started through fine forest country to the banks of a river which is as broad and deep as the Tambo. 1 p.m. Six miles W.S.W. to the river. Followed it up to find a crossing place. Mr. Macacalister and Bath watching for a ford, while the rest of the party rounded a morass, leading their horses. Pointed out to them to make to a spot at the head of the morass where we intended to dine. After camping for an hour, as they did not make their appearance, fired off several shots, and, receiving no answer, Johnny and myself started on their tracks, and overtook them going in the wrong direction. I never let them out of my sight after that during the journey. We had to go to the hills again before we could cross the Nicholson ; It was named after Dr. Nicholson, of Sydney, having found a rocky ford with a steep hill on the west side, so steep that the provisions, Saddle, &c, had to be carried up on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

STEAM TO MELBOURNE , H fine screw Steamship .KEERA 1 will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. Herses will be carried to or. fromg Pert Albert at 80s, eea. -uesibht-Eold, d._ per ounce. Par eels ovei 200 ounces, lid. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets............£......5 Available for 14 days. !or freight or: passage apply to TURNBNILL, HOWDEN, & CO., Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk and expense. a c iSTIAMER TO THE MITCHELL ND TAIMBO. H3? steamer ENTERPRISE, Alfred Morrisby Commander, will leave the La Trobe Bridge every Tuesday morning, at 7 o'clock, sharp, for the above. . 'ARES: Cabin Pass? e ............£1 10 0 Steerage , ......... 1 1 0 (~liludafl refreshments.) FREIGHT.: To Bairnsdale, per ton,......£1 10 0 To Bruthen (includingeartage from Tambo Saw Mil...

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THE SURVEYING OF THE LAKES. Bass Straits, Year 5863 of Neptune reign. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

TIHE SURVEYING OF THE LAKES. Bass's Straits, Year 5863 of Neptune's reign. TO THE EDITOR OF THE OIPPSLAND TIMES. Mr DEAn EDrron,-I am almost afraid you will have forgotten me, though I am sure I seldom allow any of my northern friends to cross the line without paying them a visit, which many of them havo good cause to re member. Well, having once made myself ac quainted with you, I thought I might claim the privilege of a friend and give you a little insight into our doings down heroe. A few days ago as I and my maidens were disporting ourselves on the placid waters which flow from Lake King, I espied one of your papers on a sand hummocli, when I thought I should like to see something of what was passing in the upper world, and by that means discovered that the blue jackets on board the Victoria were deceiving you, and that it was only I who could let you into all the secrets which oc ourred when that vessel sent down its nasty rusty anchor to disturb and muddy the clear waters in w...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hild ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF TIE OIPPSLAND TIdES. Sin,-I yesterday heard the groans of a very sick person who lay on the ground, I under a small calico covering, a few miles on this side of Donnelly's Creek, on a high mountain track, exposed to the inclemency of the seather. The groans of that sick person having been ringing in my ears over since, it pain me to think that there must be mnany persons in Gippsland who are homeless, friendless, and omoneyless, liable at any time to be overtaken by sick koness, and that the people of Gippsland have not provided an hospital to receive thnoe pvor homeless, friendless, and money less persons, when overtaken by sickness. But costly places of worship have been built, Divine \Vcrship is regularly conducted in some of those places, money has .been h liberally subrcribed to support ministers of religion, the sick and dying members of each churbh may be visited by a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

tý i ijj uzo:y t-i -·.JH Sack a1d aDee M - s02. "T onEr S.hip J of · S a W.o. URRd-, an te Gippal . h -s tr- -- - _er - ImportaUnt (., hs agent) ai Othe "'0 Cay, the-?kt ansuar O the'. Tround - t _-pf -l, tToo?eoc to be sod aet , h :n.v , 'iz sal not tral 1:c=_ -e56 i, 1 n insprt-tians tao e .'?e . Township of Sale. To the Inhsitars of Sale. A1 ?o Woodside, and the Gip.!d eclsell, bv ehlic aurtion, on ground, township of Sale, at Twoo'cock P.m., precisely, hJ r Theo tnderne?ntioned serife of Choie Central Town Selections, nd it ig-le lots to uit purchasner, viz.: Allotments 3, 4,by 5, 6, 7, ,, 10,11, 13,rth and ar15 of Section 2.t Recollect'. The choicest portion of the Totsfiy, 6th January, 1563. oTerml s liberal at Sale. Srdsr Ofce, Desailly street. For Sale, by Private Contract, at once, a Quantity of Fine Tu.S.Tas and FOwLS. 19d FO- SALE, used to Pcki, and i goo condi Rouse, Jordan Road. 5 lod h -E s BRUTR, hEN INNur, on3 the STah, with 14 acres superior * land, partly cultivate...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

" rxO--OL., FRIDAY, DECE??ER 10. 1SS2. THE debate in the House of Assem bly on the vote of £10,000 for the continuation of telegraphic communi cation, is one of those anomalies of parliamentary consistency which occur so frequently in Victoria as to become in this colony rather a rule than an exception. Who, after the issue of the last two elections in North Gippsland, could have believed that Mr. O'Shanassy, or Mr. HIaines, or even Dr. Evans, would have been found advocating the rwants of North Gippsland, and rushing to the rescue of the sum placed on the estimates for telegraph wires, and wresting it from the clutches of the hungry mob who severally declared that their districts had pre-eminent claims to those of North Gippsland ! The late Chief Secretary, ,Mr. Ieaals, also joined in ignoring the wants of this district, and his late colleague, Mr. Grant, twitted the Governmuent with the fact of having two Gippsland mem bers sitting behind the Ministerial -r=,L~-.e',`re, '- 4 Chief...

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COMMERCIAL. SALE CARTAGE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

ARRIYAL OF THE MALIL. telegranm f --.-i e-n -B i reachdlMelb-.r- e -ia Ade,' ? i The f ?l iz ;._ ex:-a*ei f:c .-e most re-et telegy' ' L ndn,_Yov.6":h. I?S2. - Mediation of the G._: Poaers American affairs nmocred. The Queen's amuntica of her csn 5s mia rimge is gazetted. The depa-ition of the Italian Ministry is expecte.i. Bavaria claims the sovereignty of Greece. There has been an earthquake at -FavaL The wool sales commenced on the 13th ult. Total quantity offered, 60,000 bales. Probable advance, lid. per lb. Suez, Nov. 5. The Iaenishire distress is in creasing. The Bt-k fore:s have been appre bended. JessIe M'`l l, the Ghagow mur deres s ws zee- zs i= ' . Sir C. Trtve r. =-_ _ Mr?. Lsi t in Inaia. S?f ir _ _ _ --'-- =-:'c . lr - i a 2-=. here' commite. a l he .-er. w tsom ing - r £iway : ý-1.' GltTgow,' " -d s e oe c, t: e Lodin= and Dover Li-e. Several were killed, ad 200 severely ired. fA fotal de-l ha taken pl.,e at St. Germain?, between a Par4- ian roble man and the:Eng!-h e...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

TOW N TALK We are naw fia 31 e the fournal of th explortr of Gippsht , and an we hear that that gwntiejC:, whtse ni?e, we utad not say, is Anzns f:-ilmsn, is abou: to leave the dis. tre', we on:y tahi-k i: due to his pa. :re"snce and ind'rsiy in being the fire disroere of the snpeua d countI y in wshih we now reside, t't some de:onsarosinu thould mark his dep'.-ue from ui, so "'t t he masy c_.y with hi ?n tuio-'-1l of the ea-ti-tion in whohb he his bea most juslty held, n3 only as the expC!er a r dis?a.verer of Gippesha?, bat 1es0 a mInhand a nugi tour. Mir. IMtillan will, in the canoe of a few months he three anM tw.ty ye_.s r r-i;ng in Gippsland, and in :e-m we - I, whot in o?he- -st-i:;shas eoway bean con ered a nmy-h, nsnely, the'" olest incat at," an we bel:iere that during that timel he has earn~el the gal will of all anl youn, rid'h ma parr, and that hli departure i-om ainast us will be hailOel with regret by all who know him. A novel ht m=ast sex- :d meansofosa?ving cron? ??...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. Tho arrangements for the funeral of Burke and Wills are progressing, but they are still very far from being any thing like perfect. The undertaker's workmen are busily engaged in fitting up the Hlll of the lRoyal Society for the reception of the remains, which will lie there in state probably for a week. 01 courseo, sufficient tioe has not yet elapsed to show any great progress in the preparations in the hall. The ground work of th cnat.ifalque has beent com mencedl, andt tie most of the wimtnlokes have beeen hung with black cloth cur tains, trimmeld with white. The lower portion of the walls will be draped all rouund with black and a sombre air be hl1 is given to 1the apartinent, which wil tlhrow out in strong relief the catatidq'e in the centre, c:vered with crimson velvet, surrounded by wax lights, and bearing on it the mortal remains of tio. two explorers. We have already lesner?ied the arraingemnents, and can well imagile that, if carried out eftectn ally, both t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

THOM?SONv BRIDGE HOTEL. adjoining the TNew Pree Heyfield Bridge. EORGE STEAD3LAN dedws to inform Drnmen sad TraTelier f rom Sale r Rodd-!e to the Bald Bill, Donnel.'s Cr-ek. asd Jordan Gold-' fields that h as opened the above Hotel, whrc is am1 r-p prioided with the best accommnodaon for man and beast. G. S.'S New Dridge over the Thom eon. LotwithstaninT the considernble, expenee which atten-de its erection, is now open, without rnn toll, for the ac comnodation of all parties travelling. 12d c Victoria Fire and I~arine Insurance Company. EH?& Or:c-.-52 Cot ra Street East, Mlelboune The Honorable Henrn I ller,3LLC., Chairman. Capital £1,000,000. ?IfCTORIA LIFE AND GENERAL IN S SUTRANCE COMPANYT SAVI GS INSTITUTE. H*an OraIc--S2 Collins Street East, Melbourne. The Honorable Henry 1iller,1LLC.,ChaLrman. Capital, £2,000,000. Fire, Life, and Marine Inaurance effected upon reasonable terms. JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. AGENTS FOR SALE- JOHN H. W. PETTIT. D RIVER, MACLEAN & CO...

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SALE POLICE COURT. 15th December, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

SALE POLICE COURT. 15th December, 1862.   Before J. L. M. Carey, Esq., Resident   Magistrate. Frederick Harris-ticket-of-leave-. was     brought up, on remand, charged with forgery.   Sergeant McDonald conducted the pro secution on the part of the Crown, and Mr. W. D. Atkinson defended the prisoner. James McNaughton, sworn : I am a settler, and reside at Dutson station ; I know prisoner; he lived in my employ ment for about four months in 1861 ; set tled with him when leaving ; there was about £1 coming to him, but cannot say whether I paid him by cheque or not; I never issued a cheque for £37 to the prisoner; I did not sign any cheque similar to the signature of the cheque now produced ; that cheque is a forgery I either sign James McNaughton in full, or else J. & J. McNaughton, Isabella McNaughton when for the firm ; the initials are the same as my brother John's; I do not know any other McNaughton in &am...

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EXPLORATION OF GIPPSLAND. PART IV. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 19 December 1862

EXPLORATION OF GIPPS LAND. PART IV. When Lieut. Ross, who was a most pleasant companion, and a down-right disciplinarian,   started for Sydney, I went to meet Dr. Arbuckloe and Mr. T. MdcAlister, who were on the Omeo road with a herd of cattle from the Murrum-   bidgee river. As soon as they arrived at the station we formed a strong party to clear the remainder of the road. This being accom- plished, in October, 1840, started for Caledonia Australia with 430 head of cattle, a dray with ten bullocks, the party consisting of ten men   and a native. Arrived at Nuntin on the Avon in twelve days, without any loss or accident. Colin McAlister had instructions from his uncle to try and find his way to Corner Inlet,   and Dr. Arbuckle and myself with two men accompanied him, also a native. Travelled on our old track as far as the Glengarry river, which we crossed high up. Then steered S.S.E. from the crossing place; got to the top of a ran...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 December 1862

MISOELLANEOUS. The Pope hae nnael phtornllpht.lo bne ietn of hi. 219 nedleee.onrrt, hrm portltro th bth in tie V nticn olletionle let. the Pal mulo m tnntfctnry. I 1toal II tlh n artiat lteltated with this e~otr, mehori telk. A rmnor with erpct Ito thTe reline., Oon oif Mr. lrnlrmihb for EL. Kil., It,, roanm Its way to Il.llntat The Sltdrof Turely l.ye t--t' Il t Ihltht the hnn. glentlemn (eol s ue a ttelyer e ptnelonl hit on hi a ehnrtler by the Law In. bytnr roanti l lot ohrraout the Ilttal .nd \Vyle+'s e+ml~lluk\ nlnul IhoP hadn Inn the L £it. tt h.t h. rebl.veol ( lat puotllo opinion In the mLtter In the met rnertle.l manner in lis power, ly re. tornlnr Ilg teo t herlrn ofblr onillorry the truet eonfidel to hm, ned leavinl the settlI.l to oy whutr her ei worthy or not, under le ircltrematnere, to rlfere. ;ens them. t In to .th pes ertres sla If nrelebnetl, Mr. tUrodrbb will tonhlre himself to ha bn een, it wer, r mntaly 'wlhitewashodl I'" tnrlue. 'ntrl oeutatlo are nnot Iytbnr? ...

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BOILER EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 December 1862

TOILER EXPLOSrION. 'Th. fl!owino letter. reltloo to the i( lotliesr exploolso was potlioihed In the ,O.eoo.y 4JrArolho . I Frlidy fall I--" "The fet tat i belier explooio, hi, *tleer takn plce. here--one whlnh. nleo Its nlatie sntd llAfoo-. my will he olll Ioroibe,' .ml which, ihnibt It ,ltoasroolv prodeod reedtll Imiiilenlly tmollbt, in ilit toseit or (hrre soiiorrosonyye t ooooos-n ioo io-lnduoes ihe toelef lot. row lnesL on thil mastsr ney lover of ore|elt too rany or yooe reste, llnl of lrseiten to lo, slinr we ire now It th eommeoncemeut oo toe blrvret. h' ? e hoIlr in qsllslon by tlolony, of Lincoln. ithe martieetil ry firt-ooome o, It exeelotnt-the workmanship oo.no and goe.l, end thre biler generally .wslted ol . very .nlform dgree o I .teength, blht chown by Ihe fret that It tsd beenn rien In piesos in ll directtons, odo bltown to ill qolrtoos of 1ie ompere, no ono tnot having eillillited any sign, of Ior.si weoskne. In fit, thole prtol hlehh we gentarlly Lclilder the walte...

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UNBRANNING OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 December 1862

Ovf3RASS NG OF WHEAT.T system of bt..aia -h"., fra the a J'rorni Je~aa Ir-ibnl if them bass tM J~l.traJ~ 4 yOdrbt year Is(6, 6 Am~liea .n, "h-" ,I pthlled. The of jct of this )mT( t to rpsn!e the Inlet cirlo, .6s6 i -Wly hatrit a-. it- on inlrw ste ti. ( the .1w.24ern irh ratan.· t atntk aia": nt wttcr, rlrbic ha .. t.. radhapqJ... A.'$ in tis pans PM, the elrl.TSne.. tf IM Bw r' tkwe.L :a Friatilt Kr tM ..G.,, pe "-a it Is wpauwM· o renter M aw talalý fn beam. fut .oJ&L ie posting tlt.Mal !h·twrh two r then the" wig wil be sa. din n".6it ro it. Ah tear alwater tattnr xe" tf thi d..LT hne is .t. a pnis o 11. be.,. at tM .hea. ? 11a c(tmol .thi it t an pa itrr.- n L.km~nb. been ble to It rid s"( it-By )lr Ilnrrr poor.., e IMetlrint n1lo eew el ii "wooed pra. toC'tt 11 Is ,..,th a it wer.W.T p",(rltt .1...,..l ite Wrmdlr. b tM-Ii" Y made of p Cld i..r tM ,adt shed. J is :t parML o r Ba skr wrn ose Bý tM w.p~eer· tapr w--". ..-..Q .Coe meallu I waatb, that a W-6tlm~ r. pr.rrot....

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A MERRIE CRRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 26 December 1862

A MERRIEH CIcIIISTrIAS. On r morn the rllling yr he hntloht th, return r t t:we ontdl day ot the trea..ttolaour of nlklild, and nith the jonite corna all thie tmornfad feielhranles of tIe past to sombro domn tieo adiancy or protnt jaya, and givs i agraoe anl satr o?noani to the a feire ole.festlvlty with which wo ore sulrr?:oded.. Tl'ime. h,,wrre, has It many? flonei ill theo pinful re,.m hraones of lChristmas Iong citos pot. The acant plone in the fnamily.elit lrae ee rolnl'd ly yun' o nl nrdent anticipotnn m' thb rotor', who have , p-intd ' tonlolertione of lt-.ne o a lI to cheek the etholoronce of their I'I.; io mrthir nnd fond t lo*ns for tlono who nore Illl ong fortth amidllt the roefa not hrenhornof tlis worlhd entlltorst t'll. iing othioL, n till lootlrolld, nwmll ho almont tt mnoh for hmll naturm to boor. Yet, withinone shortyrnr,ther sn mony familien, erco In our smell dstrict,. who haoo thils Clrislman t, morn ovenr oman derr no" ddparleJ ona, whJ.is rn loots fron t li eti...

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