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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

JOB PRINTING Every Description of letter Press Printing INCI.UDINO POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C., ! executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE NOTICE. rrVHE 'undermentioned ,parties have* been -f: 'appointed Ag-ents: for, the Gipps. .Land Guardian,, and are authorised to .receive Subscriptions for tins Paper:— , ' ALBERTON—Mn. Stead. . MELBOURNE—Gordon. Gotgh, and -•) s '"'Vi >(ri •':? i,-. :'if Hill! 'i. ;;/r'Vu .:Co.;;99?f,GolBnVstriB.e^TCest.;j TARRAVILLE—Mr.:™ iBuRN,1'* 'Royal Hotel., ' : r"'! i,; ; : ''' TO ADVERTISERS.. , . \ DVERTlSEMENTSnotexeeeding 10 wordB | f\', will be charged Is. , , , , i 10 (words arid under s20<-! '-t2s.v! »r;; :• 20 „ „ 30 - - - - 2s. fid...., 30 ,, ..40 -. t - - 3s.,6d. , .r Advertisements exceeding40 words will be (.barged as follows:— .r.ff. .■«..AM. i •• . >1 inch-' ■-'4j. 6d. : ■ 2 ,..,, r - - !f: "r>i -8s;;; .swi. *>.•••• 3 » "jf, " ",10 -«d . And 2s. w...

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LITERARY LONGEVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

LITERARY LONG-EY'ITY;' j (An opinion- lias been expressed tliat'literary '-laborsy 01" habitual excursions into tlie" regions ' of imagination, are v. adverse n.t'o tlie continuance of (healthy> or ■ even] to the -integrity' of-intellect.: Grave ; charges -truly ! and examples, to the contrary may be easily? ad-, duced.,-,;i-Premature death and mentab i declension - are 1 confined1 to no .profession or condition.in. life..; To early orundue stress, laid on the. organs.of the,brain is. doubtless fraught with- disastrous consequences. Still their: con stant and even severe . exercise may* .comport. both-with,, physi cal-welfare > and longevity, It is' indeed true that' Swift " expired a driveller and a show," but not until ,he had passed seven years beyond the span allotted to liu man life ; . ;and the amiable author; of the " Task" closed! 'his■.pilgri mage, in a ray less. cloud at .66, and1 JWalter1 Scott1: sunk- at 61, under toils too .ambitiously; pur sued for tlie' safe,uni...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. ASSEMBLY, 21ST APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

PARLIAMENT OP VICTORIA. ' ASSEMBLY, 21st April. The Speaker took the chair at ten mi nutes past four o'clock. Mr. Wood was introduced' by the Chief Secretary and Mr. Aspinall, and took the oaths and his seat. ADDRESS OF CONDOLENCE. Mr. O'Shanassy, by leave of the house moved,, before the consideration of the business of the day— That a committee, consisting1 of Mr. Haines, Mr. Ebden, Mr. Foster, and the mover, be appointed to prepare an address of condolence to his Excellency Sir Henry Barkly, on the occasion of his recent bereavement. Mr. Haines seconded the motion, which was carried. Mr. O'Shanassy moved the postponement "f all business till the following day, which was seconded by Mr. Haines and-passed. Mi-. Grant gave notice of his; intention to ask the hon. and learned member * for St. Iiilda, on the following dayj'whether he had been. correctly, reported, by the Argus in reference to' the following, words : —"In electing him that"day, they had elected him as an individual; he ...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 1st May, 1857. THE IMMIGRATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

<&ipps Eanti <&uarttfan, Friday, 1st. May, 1857. THE IMMIGRATION SCHEME. Tub Emigration Bill is now before the Legislative Council, and .will be either passed or thrown out before many weeks elapse. We observe that the working;.men. in Melbourne and the suburbs have taken a decided stand against the measure, ; and by resolution adopted at a very largo pub lic meeting,; have determined to petition ee Legislative Council to reject the bill/' While we think there'is an unnecessary and cumbrous machinery contemplated ;by tlw bill, and that it will entail an exrava gant expenditure to introduce the immi grants contemplated, yet, on the other hand, we cannot altogether go-along with the working men in their opposition to any immigrants being brought here at the expense of the Government. We may say at once that we are deci dedly favorable to the remittance system. By this method the fi'iends of the immi grants here pay a certain portion of the passage...

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THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

THE NEW MINISTRY. We observe it stated in the Melbourne pa pers that Mr. McGuIloch had been sent for uy the Governor arid entrusted with the; formation of a Government to succeed the O'Shanassy Ministry, but on Tuesday iriois ning nothing certain was known respecting' the'men-whom Mr McCulloch had' called to his ; assistance, or, indeed, if even ; a Ministry had then been formed' at all. Rumor, however,, was as. busy as usual, and■ among- the reports current, we £;i ve the following list' from Tuesday's Argus: Mr. Haines, Premier, " Mr. Ebden Treasurer, . ... . .. . i . ., r Mr. McGuIloch,"Commissioner of Trade and Customs, '1 ' • ' . Mr. Griffith) Minister of Land and Pub lic Works, 1 > ' Mr. Michie, Attorney-General, " '■ "■■■■■■ Mr. Sitwell, Solicitor-General^ andCap-, tain Pasley, to hold- an official -position, though not as a.member of the Cabinet., The Age says that up to.four o'clock on' Monday no Ministry had been formed. The Herald gives no,list of the Cabinet but says ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

•shipping' intelligence; ARRIVED (PORT.'ALBERT,) April 27.—Dobsons, schooner, 112 tons,, J. W. Tobin, from Melbourne. Turnbull and Co., agents. ( ' ' April 28.—Fair Tasmanian, schooner, 156 tons, J. Arthur, from Ho bait Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. ' ■ ' X " . April 28.—Maccjuarie, schooner, . 130 tons, G. Harrison, irom. Hobart; Town, in ballast. Ttirabnll and Co., agents. , April, 28.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, E. B. Wolfe, from Iiobarfc Town. Turn bull and Co., agents. April 29.—Storm Bird, p.a.s.n. Go's, steamer, 75 tons, J. B. Syaserff, from Mel bourne ; passengers—cabin; „ Mr?. Jamie son, Messrs. Buchanan, Hodclinote, Aiiams, Roberts, McMillan, Cranberg1. Steerage, 17. CLEARED OUT. , April 29.-—Dobsonsj schooner, 112 tons, J.' W. Tobin, for Launceston. . IMPOKTS. April 27.—Dobsons, from Melbourne; 1 cask whiskey, 1 chest tea, 1 half-chest tea,-1. bag-rice, 7 bags sugar, 5 bag-s -flour,, 2 bng-s salt. • April 28.—Pair Tasmanian, from " Ho bart Town; 3 cases clocks. Turnbul...

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THE UPPER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

the; upper district. For n number of months wo hftve been occnsio ally Furnished with notices of the various inci dents which have occurred in the Upper District. Those communications have lately been disconr tinned, and we are now without any correspon dent in that part of the country. As wo'(ire anxious to record every matter that would be interesting to our friends around Sale, or that might bo considered to be of any advan tage to have made public, we are prepared to treat liberally with any gentleman who. will engage to furnish regular]y a simple, inoffensive, and unbiassed statement of whatever may come under his notice, or of which he may obtain .'-undoubted information. ' . In piirsnmcr our unpretending course, we have endeavored to keep steadily in view the progress and prosperity of Victoria, and of this District in particular, and the comfort and happiness of our fellow colonists, as prominent objects worthy; of attainment, and if we can lend any assistance in working out...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

; ;. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ^ I Land Sale —We observe that a sale of land is proclaimed in the Gazette to. take :place at Alberton on the 18th of 'May. <The . allotments offered comprise; 1 town lot at Bruthen and 20 at Alberton; 1 suburban lot at Gilford'and 24 at Alber ton. ,, The town allotments are twoiroods each, and the suburban range from three acres twenty eight, perches; up to .97 acres ; 2 r oods 19 i pv rcl i es. Fatal AcciDENT.-^On Sunday vveeli as; Miv Charles Morton,was riding in the "vicinity,i0^sthef!Tjarrji')he: wasj thrown, from his horse and received severe internal in 'jurieStjfjfi'om, the tirne of tlie acc'dent till his decease, which occurred last Sunday, ,lie remained almost wholly, unconscious.;,s 1 High Tides.—On Wednesday evening last the Port .was visited by a tide that laid a great .portion of the township .under water, and last evening owing, to the. strong north-westerly winds it rose still higher, being,;;.we should, .(imagine,be tween thr.ee (...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

•' ENGLISH INTELLI&E NCE. ;. , i ■> r.~ ' . miscellaneous ;The; differences between Neufchatel .and Prussia are at: an end; although.certain Jorms 'remain to, be fulfilled m oi'der to complete the settlement. i A large and . liberal"amnesty to .sail.- po-t liticar offenders has i been proclaimed..in Lombardy by. the Emperor of,Austria.,. At Naples jail- is desolation... .The. ordi-. narjr' 'transactions jof business are: entirely suspended ;,:all strangers:have.lett the.cityj. arid fear and'Suspicion: weigli liea.vily/upon, the inhabitants....«Rumors' .ana |• symptoms ofcoming, jnsurrections" •py&r' SicilyI'^j At' Matera, -a.piiwtvatteinptedi^to, murder, an Wchb'ishop^vjiile. he, .was't knee-v lingjat the alter,'and,,failing-in .his,,■ object slibt.dead^ 'aycanon!'iyho, interposed. , , , ;Th'e Reeling,in";' England .,$$!},-t decidedly. uiifayoiiralil'e to, the course,.which bad, been pursued. Jby'Commodore Seympur in China/ and' also',in, referencento,.the...war,,...

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TREATMENT OF MISSIONARIES BY THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

TREATMENT OF MISSIONARIES BY THE CHINESE. On the evening of the 7th instant (says; the Hong Kong Register of the .lltk, No vember) two German missionaries—the Rev. Messrs. Lobscheid' and, Wiriness—■ were made prisoners at Po'o-kalcy one: of: their mission stations, some eight ; miles: from, the village:of.,; San-onj;bpa,(rabhle"of rascals belonging, to, the iplacei andrthe .vil lages about. .NewSihada-eached ithem' of tliel reward; offered1- :by >Eep. ifor ■; every.: cap ture'ofra foreigner,'?and( the, (object* of the villians was to ihold: their,. preyjtoii ransom1,;' under threat of carrying-them ';to-: iGanton. Mr;<'Lobscheidi made;! his ) escape. 'innthe: course of Friday night, but Mr. Winness remained in -their>hands tilMie was'brouglit off:; on the Qth.t by.? a';<par.ty of -'the * 59th,!i despatched ;from this, on Saturday, night in the 1 Sir, < Charles:lEoi'bes. > >On i hearing! of'| the ',perilousifcircumstancesY'in « which! ithe...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

- • COLONIAL -INTELLIGENCE...- > Funeral of thujLate: Lajdv Dark ly.—The'obsequies off this *lamented lady wore performed' yesterday morning jat, ail curly hour, the funeral;being- of a strictly private character,* .notwithstanding-', which circumstance, the sympathy of the people was manifested by the respectful demea nor of a large (concourse; of'spectators, 'and., by the closing, of ."the shops along the line of procossion, and indeed in nearly all the streets. fn many quarters ' even the small shops:in the back 'streets 'and rights of-way were partially closed. •••The cor tege left Toorak, at, seven., o'clock, and reached St. James's. Cathedral rat nine, where service .was performed,by the Dean of Melbourne. At the ..Cemetery the Bishop of Melbourne received the corpse, and read 1 lie burial service. , JJis .Excel lency followcd'thc' remains:of. his wife in a mourning carriage and.four, accompanied by his private secretary and'aide-de-camp, Fn other carriages:^wore certain of...

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SUPREME COURT MELBOURNE. MONDAY, 20th APRIL, 1857. MURDER OF MR. PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

SUPREME .COURT MELBOURNE'. Mondvy, 20tii April',' 1857. iu ibiiin.. ov • hin;;:;i,Rici^ V! His honor ,'Mr.s> Justice Barry, took, his; seat.on the kcncli at.two o'clock. Francis Brannigan, William Brown, and Richard Bryant were placed in the dock, charged with the -wilful; inurdenof Mr. Price on tlic.26tli March last. The.Attorney-General stated the case to ihe jury i" reference to the prisoners at .the harj andi said;, althongli there might be no.evidence that either ^fthe prisoners, struck'a b'ow, yet if it .were proved that they--were aiding- in a conimdii1 design which resulted in the 'death/of Mr. Price,: they would ,!>e justified in finding them guilty. All who were engaged in an un lawful act from whichdeath ensued, were guilty -of) murder, although not actually engaged.in causing that death. Mr. G,. M. Stephen appeared for the prisoner'Bryant; The examination of: witnesses was then proceeded; ,wiih, and- the evidence was similar to that given on the former trials, but'...

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Meeting held at the Royal Hotel, on Saturday the 25th inst. Present — Messrs. Neilson, McKen zie, Gellion and Flynn. Proposed by Mr. McKenzie and secon ded by Mr. Gellion "That Mr. Neilson take the chair." Carried. Minutes of last meeting read and con firmed.     Proposed by Mr. Flynn, pursuant to notice standing in his name, " That the Pound Road be drained.''   Seconded by Mr. Gellion, and carried. Proposed by Mr. McKenzie, in the ab sence of the Chairman, " That the Yar ram Yarram Road leading from Carpen ter's Bridge to the boundary of J. Orr's survey, be cleared^ Seconded by Mr. Neilson, and carried Resolved that tenders be invited for the above named works in the local paper; tenders to be delivered by the 22nd of May. Resolved that in no case trees, stumps, &c. be grubbed at a less depth than 8 in ches below the surface, in all clearing executed by this board. Resolved that the Engineer be requested ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. MELBOURNE AND GIPPS   LAND ROAD.   TENDERS will be received until 11 o'clock, a.m., on Tuesday, the 5th   May, for the erection of two Log Bridges, one over Shady Creek, the other over the Tanwin River, according to plans and spe- cifications to be seen at the Central Road Board Office, Melbourne, and the Road Engineers Office, Sale.     Tenders to be on printed forms which     will be supplied at either Office, and for- warded, prepaid, to the President of the Central Road Board, Melbourne.     The Board will not necessarily. accept the lowest or any tender. | 204.2     MAIN CENTRAL ROAD. TENDERS l will, be received until 11 o'clock, a.m. on Tuesday, the 5th May, for clearing the Main Road between the township of Tarraville and Bruthen Creek according to specifications to be seen at the Central Road Board ; Office, Mel- bourn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 1 May 1857

LETTERS detained for postage at the Post Office, Port-Albert.   Petersen, Mr. Cornelius, Westerland, 8d.     Roberts, Capt. H., Lynn, 2d.     Spurr, Mr. Thomas, Port Albert, 3d.   J. FERRIS, Postmaster.     ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAM TO MELBOURNE, The Port Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine     new screw steamer STORM   BIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander, will sail from the Company's Wharf for above Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Fares—Cabin ,£5—Steerage £2 5s. Freight £2 per ton.     All goods immediately on being landed are at consignees risk.       Gold ; for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on day of sailing.     For Freight or Passage apply to   WM. DOHERTY, Manager,   174.03 | Port Al...

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THE REV. DR. LIVINGSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

THE BEY. DR. LIVING STON. . ('From the Times.) /' The adventures of Dr. Living ston during his many years of travel in the interior of Africa constitute a remarkable episode in the history of modern geogra phical discovery. Prom west to east he made his way across that mysterious country, from Loan do, on the west, to Ghullimane, on the east coast, i We are, of course, ignorant of the details of this weary travel, but Dr. Living ston seems to have satisfied com petent men as to the value of his geographical discoveries, which are, we doubt not of the highest importance. In order to appre ciate the real amount of labor and fatigue which he must have undergone. It is but necessary to give a thought to the mourn ful list of gallant and capable men who have fallen victims to the, cause of African discovery. Dangers from exposure to intense •heat, from length of way, from hostile and treacherous natives, from wild animals, from starva tion, from the still more dire tor ment of thirst, fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

®Mrtisements. 'the kidneys, the lungs, the skin, and the bowels, correcting any derangement in their functions, purifying the blood, the very fountain of life, and thus curing disease,in all its forms. ;, DVSPEPSIA AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. f,;;:nNearly half the human race have taken -.these Pills. It has been proved in all oparts of the world that nothing has been found equal to them in cases of disorders of the liver, dispepsia, and stomach com plaints genorally. They soon give a healthy tone to those organs, however much deranged, and when all other means have failed. GENERAL,DEBILITY.—-ILL HEALTH. Many of the most despotic Governments have opened their .Custom Houses to the introduction of these Pills, that they may become the medicine of the masses. Learned Colleges admit that this medicine is, the; best remedy ever knewn for persons of delicate health, or where the. system "lias been impared, as its invigorating pro perties never fail to afford relief. '■ FEMALE' COMPLAINTS. No fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

JOB PRINTING Every Description of Letter Press Printing INCLUDING POSTERS, HAND-BILLS, CARDS BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, &C., executed on the shortest notice and on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AT THE OFFICE NOTICE. rTIHE\mdi8mi3nti6iied:'partie's>Have been appointed Agents for the Gipps Land Guardian, and'are - authorised !to - receive Subscriptions for this Paper:— ALBERTON—jilt. Stead. MELBOURNE—Gordon, Gotch, and Co., 99,- Collins-street-west. TARRAVILLE—Mn. Burn, Roytil Hotel. !' TO I ADVERTISERS. Advertisements aotexceediag 10 words will be charged Is. ; 10 words and under >20.'-: - r -; 2s. 20 „ „ 30 - - - - 2s. 6d. 30 „ . : „ ; 40.-; •v - 3s. 6d. Advertisements exceeding40 words will be charged as follows:— 1 inch - - - - 4j. 6d; 2 - - - - ' ■ - - 8s.' • 3 „ - - - - - - - 10s. 6d. And 2s. wif. be charged for every additional inch for each insertion. A discount of'10 per cent, will'be allowed on ad vertisements inserted for three months, and 25 per cent, for any furthe...

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A CALENDAR OP FIRESIDE SAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

A CALENDAR OP FIRESIDE SAINTS. (From London IPzmcVs AMicmac.) St. Betsy.—St. Betsy was wed ded to a lmiglit who sailed with Raleigh and brought home tobac co, and the knight smoked. But he thought that Saint Betsy, like other fine ladies of the Court, would fain that he should smoke out of doors, nor taint with 'bacco smoke the tapestry. Whereupon the knight wonld seek his garden, his orchard, and in any weather smoke sub Jove. Now, it chanced as the knight smoked St. Betsy came to him and said, " My lord, pray ye, come into the house ;" and the knight went with St. Bet sy, who took him into a newly cedered room and said, " I pray, my lord, henceforth smoke here, for, is it not a shame . that you, who are the foundation and prop of your house, should have no place to put your head into and smoke ?" And Stl Betsy led him to a chair, and with her. .own fin gers filled him a pipe; and from that time the knight,: sat in the cedar chamber and smoked his weed; '• v; • ^ St. Thillis.—St. P...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 8 May 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT. May 4.—Mariposa, schooner, 190 tons, W. Croucher, from Hobart Town. W. Croucher, agent. May 5.—Mary Ann, schooner, 116 tons, G. Graves, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and Co., agents. May 5.—Glencoe, barque, 160 tons, T. Lang, from Hobart Town. Turnbull and :G'o., agents. CI.EATIED OUT. •?'•••'April 3Q.-»-Pair Tasmanian, " schooner, •;156 tons,■;J..Arthur, for Hopart To.wn. . i' ' May '1.—-Macquarie, schooner, 130 tons, G/Harrison, for Hobart Town. , ■ May 5.—Mariposa, schooner,. 190 tons, W. Croucher, for Hobart Town. , . May 5.—Eclipse, schooner, 190 tons, E. -■ B.iWolfe/forHobartTown, i ... IMPOIITS. May 4.—Mariposa, from H.0 bart Town ; 1 ton" hay," G cases pears, 7 do. apples, Fisher. May 5.—Mary Ann, from Hobarfc Town; L ton, salt, G. Graves; 50 tons stone, 1 fcijn hay, 1 bale drapery, order. May'5.—Glencoe, from Hobarfc Town; 3: half-chests tea, 1 bag' rice, 1 box soap, 1 ton salt, 152 bales hay, 2000 feet timber, 1.000 palings, 1 ton ...

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