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FAT CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

FAT CALVES. Best descriptions realised high figures, the supply consisting chiefly of nondes cript sorts, which sold, principally from 25s to 65s, according tQ size and quality.

Publication Title: West Gippsland Gazette
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FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

FAT SHEEP. - having been yarded. Prime choice qua ility sheep were scarce, light weights (of which the bulk of the supply consisted) no alteration in values can be quoted. Prime crossbred wethers, from 16s to 17s 6d: extra do do, from 18s to 18s 9d; gJod do do, from 14s to 15s; prime cross bred ewes, from 14s to 15s; -extra do do, from 16s 6d to 17s 2dl: good do do, front 12s to 13s 6d; best merino wethers, from 14s to 14s 6d; good do do, from 12s to 13s; prime merino ewes, from 10s 6d to 11s 9d' a few at 12s and 12s 6d. Shorn sheep: Best crossbred wethers, from 10s 6d1 to 12s; best crossbred ewes, fromn 9s to 10s ; best merino wethers from 9s 6d to 10s 9d.

Publication Title: West Gippsland Gazette
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FAT LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

FAT LAMBS. 5500 were penned. Owing to the in creased supply prices ruled about 6d low er than former high rates. Best sold at from 10s to 11s 6d; a few at 12s and 12s 3d; good sold at Ss 6d to 9s, with small from 7s.

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PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

PIGS. Abbott and Wilson, 427 Bourke-street report :-Buyers caused prices to fall somewhat, viz. :-Slips, from lls 6d to 15s; small stores made from 17s 6d to 21s; large (fit for topping oft for bacon), made up to 385s. Pork.-30s to 36s for light weights and up to 49s for heavy weights; a few extra choice quality farmers' lots realising higher. Bacon. 48s to 52s; heavy weights, from 54s to 65s. Heavy chopping-up pigs sold from 85s to £6, one extra prime pig realising higher.

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter.-Friday's values were practi cally the same as those quoted for Wednesday's sales. There was a steady tone, and a very large supply of all grades was handled. RIuling rates were ;-Vic torian factory, good to prime, 9d to 9Rd ; prints a fraction higher, dairy, good to prime, 7d to 7-id; separator lots, from Sd to S3d; medium and inferior, from 6d. Chcese.-Matured is still scarce, prime selling at 8Sd to 9d; new, good to prime, from (i'd to 71d; the latter figure being for choice and loaf size sample; mediulnm, 6d:.goor quality, 5Gd. Egss.--The supply was again heavy, there being no alteration in prices, which were 71d; 71 being paid for a very few farmers' lots. - 1aecon.-Town cured sales, 7~id to Sd ; jackets, 7d to 7-d; loose, 8d to Sad; middles. Sd to 9d: shoulders, 5d to 5id. Hanms.-Bagged, Std to 9d; loose, 74d to 8.id. Carcase Pork.-Prime sold at from 4d to 5-d; inferior lower. There was an easier feeling. Vealers.-Fair inquiry, at from 1.d to :,1...

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WARRAGUL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. PRELIMINARY ANNUAL MEETING. SPRING AND AUTUMN SHOW PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

WARRAGUL AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. PRELIMINARY ANNUAL MEETING. SPRING AND AUTUMN SHOW PROPOSED. The preliminary annual meeting of the Warragul and West Gippsland Agricultural Society was held at the Shire Hall on Thursday last when there were present' Messrs E. C. Lousada, W. T. Cropley, J. Picken, A. W. Harvie, D. M'Neil, A. Lillico, T. W. Butler, E. M. Hunter, J. Mal colm, F. H. Small. G. W. Anderson, J. L. Parkes, and C. S. Affleck, sec retary. It was moved by Mr. A. W. Harvie, and seconded by Mr. W. T. Cropley, " That Mr. Anderson take the chair." The minutes of the last meeting in July 1897 having been read by the secretary and confirmed, it was decided that the annual meeting be held on Saturday the 1st October, at the Shire Hall at 2 p.m. NOMINATIONS. The retiring members are, Messrs. G. W. Anderson, W. T. Cropley, A. D~Beard, P. Dunbar, A. W. Harvie, H. C. Harvie and E. Huuter, all whom are eligible for re-election. The other nominations were as follows :-Mr. T. W. Butler nomin...

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PEACE PETTIGREW. A STORY OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

PEACE PETTICREW. : STORY OF O THEI SEV.IENTEENTH CE N'I? TY. P'enc lie:and uponj theh sun dial, her ŽlIow scxt-lly on the inscription of its hard, rmoui ft',e. "i'T'l raised letters cut Into thile FInlth surfa,? e of her elbow. for she l.ted hier ar.l, rllbhed the red iutp1rint lit?re :and scowvled at the motto, "'Ita Vita," on the dial, as if it had done lher i gr-\iv-1us bo,lily harm. '"lani't it e ntu'gh, 4 l11 isn't it enough to ilok rnund ii upon this old. musty, rnsty place'. wih never a nIet- face in it. with i fathe.-r to :tlwtays say if oie ctnoplains: 'Whist, -citild. with yur.'omilhatint; giV in"g you ? rt.nl in your eltojws? I don't lie;ievt- it's *suiih a, lif' Ibinl cCoped up This a-ny. \.itlh ni,\r : bit of vi~ange for years and yars:." And Ipretty Peace, wiho was only IS yetar, stoppd r'ubbing 1he "ita vit'a" on heir elbow, and drop idng"e h h-r h'ad on hi' arms and her h:uinds on the dial, clri.ed itterly. S;ie was a s'?v,entei:enth c.entully- - maid of mtld f:nmily...

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AMERICA'S NEW BATTLESHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

AMERICA'S NEW BATTLESHIPS. T'he thriee ne'w uatt?-·shiiel for whice Lids area tuuni to ',' -c:ted · o by tht U.S. Navy t ,par-tZr. - halve the following dirne.-i n :--1.lngth. ft.; breadth 72fi.; mean dra:ft, 2_.tft.; di plaeenwnt. 117,7,t Ion ; cral capacity, loos'e storp.ge, 2i'0?) t,,:e. 'J'The sidl ar mor is to have a maxinluln t.ilci(:kne. ot not lce-s tlhin 1Gltn. and an average breadth of Tft. tin.. extending from the stem to the utter barbette and tapering; from the maximum thickness over the engine and boiler spaces to a uniforn~ thlcknefs of -lin. forward. The bar bettes for the 13-in, guns are to have walls 15in. thick except In the rear, where they may be reduced to 10in. The turret armor will be 141n. thick. The sides from the armor plate to the main deck will be protected by not less than 5%ln. of steel armor, and the protec tive deck is to be 2",1in. thick on Its flat surface, and from Sin, to 5iu; on its slope. The power "will be supplied by two vertical triple-expan...

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BRITISH-AMERICAN ALLIANCE. IS IT LIKELY? FEELING IN ENGLAND. OPINION IN THE STATES. IMPRESSIONS OF A RECENT VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

BRITISH-AMERICAN ALLIANCE. IS IT LIKELY? FEELING IN ENGLAND. OPINION IN THE STATES. IMPIRESSIONS OF A RECENT VISITOR. The declaratlon by Professor 3Momm s=n. as announllrced by a cable mes cagae published recently. that an Anglo - American alliance is impos sible, came some:,-hat as :L surprise. On calm consider:tion, however, the opin ion of the Professor will not have any grleat importance attached to it, for however admirable his I-istory of the Roman Empir-! and other works may be as Univoer;ity text Looks, their au thor has no reputation as a prophet or an Interpreter of existing conditions. Mr S. V. aVint,. a gnttlman well known in lllrnirre, awh was In London . and subsequently in the United States, while the question was most acutely before the people, was asked the othler lay for a, statement of what he observed. FEELTNIG IN LONDON. "You were in London and the United Gtates, I believe. SMr Winter. while the matter of the suggested Britisli-Ameri can alliance was beinr broug...

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FANCY DRESS BALL. A SPLENDID ATTENDANCE. SOME PRETTY AND NOVEL COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

FANCY DRESS BALL. A SPLENDID ATTENDANC.E. SOME PRETTY AND NOVEL COSTUMES. The plain and fancy dress ball or ganised by the ladies' committee, in aid of the funds of the -Warragul Agricultural Society, was held in the Public Hall, on .Wednesday night, and was a splendid success. The Hall was very effectively decorated with festoons of art muslin, fern fronds, flags, evergreens, and chinese lanterns suspended from the ceiling. In front of.the stage were arranged, single and double furrowed ploughs, harrows, and scarifiers, emblematical of the agricultural interests, each implement being beautifully decorated with ferns and flowers, thus forming a very pretty background to that portion of the hall. At the opposite end, of the building, fern fronds and flags, had been so arranged as to form an uninterrupted sketch of artistic decoration, which reflected great credit upon the ingenuity of the designer, MIr David Small, and his band of ta tie entrance ~nelarge npresented a very attrac tiv...

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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

FARM NOTES. The:re is :a right and a wrong way to wate:r pian!-. When slrinkling strlll llOts, of galrd'in vigetablles, use plllenty of w:lt;"r lnud nmake lthe ground wet. It should be, dotle late in tll he :ftrrnoon. E:lrly the lnext ilorningl raklle the .sue fact of the ground, not lmoie thlllln h:lf a; n cit tni l it de T. hei lio':e eat-ih will -eivent the wa te- it-oat evapenatiug. The innel. wrttzel is a l'rge, corse., 1cm,". nor very rich in stigaIr. blu. likl: ll tile beet fa mtily. conint ing ,itenoul of it to alllie it g"ei-dily (tien and a v:alua:lble fed for :all kilnds of stilck. It can, with care in putting upl be kept lIter in the spring tlha mtoI ht ,ti. T'. be<t way to keep i-tnm is in pil.. Untt ithey tmtust he tak,-n oint as 1o0)l a. i,-li.! wv-ai h-her conies in sp'in ., :i-i a te', t ins thei sprouts' will ho.zp in to tart. ::utd Ithe root will lbecomte worilthd- for fiedihlg. It is noi. dlilicult to grow lir.ge crol,. cf tulllllel. s??ol??ing t lt- s...

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MAIZE. CULTIVATION AND USE AS A FODDER PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

MAIZE. CULTIVATION AND USE AS A FODDER PLANT. Thi" valueI of maize is :L fodder plant f-n s.tok-i?.:ing c::uot h? ti highl: eitti at'-ti? . It ;rn spt '.didly il l Vi-i uLrih, .'-p dely on th,: ri:.h :lluvial ilats of i 71 ' ; :l' 7lat.i "_Iand lhie ta!ley 0.,f the Kin~. lchial!y :her,: i he cr:)p; can i ,- irrihat ed. (inO - of the prhinip l I ,",r:tihn t o swatri s i-:U esi ! m ii:" t i owiIi i-is tit Pi.EPA 'ATION OF TI'IE SO L.. Tlhe 711l sho lhd i)e -well liahuledi to - dt lth of "-=ix i.-chos, c:.1-rl 1ub._ ib r ill thi aututn. i tter pl-ihing the hiarrt'.vs shnuld h l.se-d to brin t? i- soil to :1 lie, tilt h. Dnuring the wintr the hltr'irw,-l. siould iO a-glJn i s- id to iII StoIIy acly .--[ "ds. alThe next op'eration is SO-:INC TlE Si:hD. This may be ieithn- r sown in ''st'ills, l-,'rad-casted, or hi hills, l)but th:- -nl" in r " preiferable, as it adnira ;if -easy' ilni itiVation durin:g tie petri-d of gei lb. t'h: d"pith at whlich steed should he plan itedt dt-pends upon ...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. A PAPER ON ENVIRONMENT. READ BY MR. J. KING. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. A PAPER ON ENVIRONMENT. READ BY MR. J. KING. A meeting of the above Association was held at the Shire Hall, Warragul, on Tuesday evening, when Mr. J. King read a paper entitled, " Environ ment, and its effect upon the rights and duties of man." Mr. A. C. Lewis (President of the Warragul Branch), presided, and on introducing the lecturer, said that Mr. King had kindly consented to read a paper for the edification of the meeting, and he would, doubtless, have some interesting facts to lay before them. Mr. King said that the subject which he proposed to talk about, should be of interest to everyone present. The question os environment was a broad one, and very far-reaching as its effect upon the-iigher, as well as the orders of the .animal kingdom. rich were distiiguished by the c robes they wore, while the to be cladtii rags. Such a dese of their relative positions might s somewhat: lltrsh, but it was a Tact, and the result of their environment. Were th...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

HERE AND THERE. I knew ta mar once who. ' luring ,I's wife's lijftimel. was considerably under what you might: el. well" u,'r u-tl icr ?t. but diti.' ?dlet-skir't. ' vc:-nlmnt. I d m'ean to sa:y .hat ht,' Ir??' ht.ld his n. way, but troci t 1.. C ,ic_:" : i!:1-" .pouse twlh that he dd'. .? a fr'a?nlFt o domttlot i : 'x,.u',.'s ::ltd ", till--r "of wic lr .ith'" . :l th;,i - iith t fiari: to his 'lut-ide dtoi -'t , I . vtr '' 0t his equal. The ol:ri ut f the flle ip'lh that ever hent t t' .n'.-ce to I'aL1 raa.' in it with hiln. E?.pe:ially in iih. ;:ay of liquid rcfr,,sh"n'nt. - lan.I , wta the guy-rop,. o" h!d t ' oi: o!lic.- ,ii i.ha' kinld, in a T'na;t . f 'T.tt?e,.eranc _. and whllcneve-r pco"o JolC's dd t.l'-i r- drinkll h] spent the re'-t of the day in r0p'n-L HIeO, atn( his t."lpr, call i; miut'! ]iz eRges:. Co''seulerntly. w?'i'- his ipi'.-t A joined the Cel?'tial Chio". Junes Jau:nh ,ed! .somenv.hat 'ctir'sslCy. for him, into £reedo'.r. In In-' t] !i: l '-t (. il mnilntlt s?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

Public Notices. A. HANCOCK, BOOT & SHOE YAREHOUSE, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. Special Notice. " , -? -, ? eeps. theest-and L goat:-ar?.ý?CR of BOOTS and SHOES in Warra -l. A. H. has been in business here for nearly seven years, and knows exactly the class of Boots to suit the district. The business has gradually grown larger, which goes to PROVE that the customers are satisfied. You can get Boots and Shoes at all prices, cheap and good. REPAIRS DONE on the PREMISES. BOOTS & SHOES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MI;ADE TO ORDER. Now, Come Along to the Shop and See for Yourselves. Note the Address: A. hIIANCOCK, QUEEN STREET, WARRAGUL. Luncheosr Rooms, VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL. MRS. TOYE, Proprietress. LuNxctEON PROVIDED DAILY, And Other Meals at the Shortest Notice. CUSTOMERS Attended to Personally, and every effort made to ensure their comfort and satisfaction. PROMPTITUDE, CIVILITY, AND ATTENTION AT ]Irs. TOYE'S LUNCHEON ROOMS, VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL. WARRAGUL PHARMACY, QUEEN STREET, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

AtObtoneers' Notices. HENRY HANSEN, AU C TI N EE R, Stock, Station, and Insurance Agent. TRUST. MONEYS TO LEND. VALUATIONS MADE. Agent for Winm. HAMILTON & Co., MASSEY-HARRIS & Co., ANT) -Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Cra?allm N );Ol;ar|ator.w, Supplied on 1,ilb)ral Terms. Clearing Sales Conducted. Horse and Cattle Sales Held Warragul I'§-rnightly Market. WAR1RuAGUL SALE YARDS, THURSDAY, SEPT, 29, 1898. One o'Clock Sharp. _.ENRY HANSEN will offer for Sale by Public Auction H. HANSEN, Auctioneer, Warragul tand Drouin. Drouin Weekly Market. TUESDAY, SEPT., 20, 1898.. At 12.80 Sharp. T ENRY HANSEN will offer for sale iJl by public auction, at Main-street, Drouin, A Supply of Fresh Vegetables every Tuesday. Horses, Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs. Early Entries Invited. HENRY HANSEN, Auctioneer, War= ragul and Drouin. Buln Buln Fortnightly Market: SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1898. At Rulhn Buh Sale Yards, at Two o'clock Sharp. H ENRY HAN...

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A PREUX CHEVALIER. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

A PREUX CHEVALIER. The great balhloomn of the Hotel do Ih T'Jour-Basse, one, of tthe stateliest dwel lings of the noble olil aibtliol'g, was tilled to overilowing wilh tIhe. illne Ilb'lr of Parisian socielty. lunldrels of tiny, Iinlny-cololr'td elctril 1: llliti : shone down on seint illati Iýt Iii:ss'.s of jewels, the cold s?clrk!o (of the diaonids ning ling wili Ii sl:i ' " S1nil ln"si 1riiieri of pearls eoi the vhiti' shclollhhders of the .Vwealiers. S'eo:: t St:ark' of l s'?.s wverle )Inked ainstI ;ti . walls. :nii t'lc 't:aiIn I of roses hungi fro thitw -tiling, tilling the air vilh ]th i:'" s.oliie tlerl'flie. ('ount lt:'licond de C('hlilerol, eldest sun I?rof ?i'. I ute tie MIontreuill, was leadtintg I i eolillon. lIe had Introduc ed sSe veral ill tirely novel figures. wvhiclh htil Co-st iii lilnlly aln inxious thought; for hisi fl:; I as ah ;der would be im paired if this. the most brilliant cotil lolu of the seisonl. should not le tin suc e-s l'loul Count Ithymond was noted...

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ANOTHER COMFORTER [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

ANOTHER COMFORTER fy the Itcv. F. :. Meyer, I.A Christ Church, Westminster. , And I will pray the Father, and He 3 shall give you another Comfortor.-John 14, 16. r "Anotheur Comfo-rtr," or Paraci.te the 1 Master said: The Church has two wlrvo cates, the one with the Father in HIea, 1 ven; the other In her midst, "for we have bean builded together as an habitation 1 of crd through the Spirit." "Ye," said 3 the Apostle, speaking of the Church col le-tively, "are the temple of the I Holy Ghost." TVhen the oUe advocate wtrC:t up, the other came down to be to each [ believer and to the whole Church. all that the Lord J:t-1s I.uai hive iben lhad the ministry of the--0 daysc been in definitely p.-long'd. T11s IS T'HE SECIRET OF PIRAYER. Dy thl Sapirit in the heart, we aret: bri:tg.ht into living sympathy wi.th the Saviour on0 the throne, and we ra.turally ans ftor those things which It is the will of (lci to give. Of eourie, as the CihurchI- Is nul;e liup of Individual lelievers, il eimmar...

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AN AUSTRALIAN MILLIONAIRE. THREE DAYS WITH TYSON. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

AN AUSTRALIAN MILLIONAIRE. T-IiREIT DAY.S WITH TYSON. About ten years ago t travelled north In the Arawatta. IL was growing dusk - as ihe left the wharf, all good-byes had been- said, and as the supper gong was sounding most of us picked up our tna velling traps, and dlived for our cabins. In my (nabin th',re We re two bunks; on the lower ,i' these lay a tall man, with coat anll waisten,al off, and a red hand Ierchief hound around his head by way rf a nightcap. I hade him good evening. lie nodded, and then in silence watched nce as .1 ti-s:raiped mly bag and got out some thiln" S. -eing me unfold my m,yjamsnta and throw thell on the top bunk he aL?ked: "'Are yoil m;i'"- to t-urn in now?" "No," I repliied. "n"t quite; but you look as if i,;u h:udl one to camp for the nIght." "A'Ait' he s:id. `"nou're a. bushman, I see. I thought so at oirst, but the tra 'telling bag and1 the pyjaZmas puzzled me a bit" And he .ookedl proudly down at nn old worn. ::addle valise and a rug rolled up in a...

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A LESSON TO LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

A LESSON TO LOVERS. "'1 think fronm all 1 autve read and heard." said young Dr. N(-wberry. "the great bhane of 1t l:tialpiunts of lovers. whether eIng:tgel or Fmtrried. is a lIck of perftect f'r;klll tt?.s alti c? lllidence l t Ie twveell 1t.llel. I?lhotul ullvthing :ris to excite doubtl in the mind of either party. c111 explhll liollt slhioii1id ae l0110i stltght andill giVenl. antd thulls frequntly muclll(h trouble antl llltii:pipinss lmay it :.voi1 "'I per1e)tly lagree with you.-" r'?lts d ed JoiSit (hase(', looking up brightly. 'And so 1therie will over be an1ly dalnger" of our Inislude,rstalloig each other, will there'?Y " hope not darling." he replied. Antd 1-then there was so;0:tl1 little ecstatice 1d:cmonsration0, stuch as youthlliful lovers are privileged to inidulgt in lhen alone. lThey h1ad been )but tilree days eun:lg ed. and had known each othler not quite three montl Is-only sint?e tie y loung de tor lad tcome to W'oodleighll to 011 ll on1(e 1prl(:l ite. Josie was the ...

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