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MR. PARKE'S RESPECTABLE BRICKMAKER." [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

?':.!. ' itE. pAiiKBi's «%ti;spEOTA:Btai ; ! TfiB following letter disciosesthe ttoHttttous^ng-fcnd ronnd-abqnt way of leading a ffian.a,notoripuB liar that we ever remember toloave^ead ,ot, heard of. . Mr. John Stewart the membcroflllawaTra,unddr took, somewmat hastily we think, , to endorse the chaiicterorthe nptorionsKean, the ^regpeotable oriokmaker!!*' After he iiad triea to whitewash hiB Erttiopian, lit. .Stewart , proceeded to make the intuirtes that'tre,oaghtto havp inadBBt first. The Yesuit is, tbrt.he Btllt insists that ms protege ts, al though a very, bad liaiy what npbouy met denied— a very good sricttaaker.) bntis ibfi -whole gist of the ^alt^tTirned .upon tJ'emarfstrathfnlneBSjflrjd, Ills abilities las a Jbricktnaker were never called in , quertioftj it is difficult to see for what reason, except tothrow doBt jn the eyes of tkepubho, Mr. Stewart has'thrugt his briob*nialtmg. qualities into sHoh protthtetit notice. . . . We, may say lhat we, too, have niBdesomeinijuirje...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING AT OMEO. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

.? i -' ? ? ?? . . .rr -,i' .-*:s-5 fur* riT t f :?? r.:. ?;- ? -. Tins annual raoe meeting icame off, at Omeo on St. Patrick's Day /and the 18th ultimo, ^and was tnarjked by' an unusual 'degree of suooess. ? (The *ttendapc« was Very humerpuBi , the utrnpst isprit; 'was : manifwted, ' the prices, were comparatively, liberal, -«nd. were competed for by fields whioh,. froB) a au'inerioal point of view at all events, might put Sale to shame. : ; . ; '.V; ' ?' ,; '^ . '?? The first e?en^ 4he Maiden Plate, was pulledoff by HoUyoaL The Town Plate 'fell to the game j little horse Oedric, who ran so favouraMv on the ^WSwatt^Dourse a fe^ months ago. Traveller aohieVeda victory for the aaok^ace. . ,: ;/; -? .flDheprogniMm'e ofthe second day was opened - with the Pubuoans' Purse, whioh fell U» the loVof ? fiingara.; Smuggler carried off the prjje in tbe .Ladies' Purse. Oedric won the Hurdle Raae^ and old Pilot (of Sale notoriety) the €onsolattim fitakesi ' There was a ball and supper in the ev...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOCKING DEPRAVITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

BHOOEINa BEPEAVITY. IN a recent impression we chronioled the cironmstanee that a most painful case of juvenile depravity, equalled, but scarcely excelled ie the annals at crime in London, was brought before the Bench at the Sale folioe-oourt On Friday. Three little boys, brothers, aged respectively about seven, nine, and eleven years, Hamed Itarfia, being brought up in -,fiiStody, charged with petty larceny, and having stated that the yonthfil prisonere-^whe Wsido adjacent to the oiiVottflirs^-were wont to steal ballodk hides from the estab Ushment and sell them,-with the cognisance oftheir parents, the proceeds b'eiflg appropriated towards the, liquidating of .the household aocouts, reoanoad ?that «rime would appear to be a peooliar. and distifignlshinK charaiteristjc of tho MartSn&jnily. Some ste years ago.the eldest son, a mail aged about tour anfl tweirty, deceived a sentence of two years? lmpitsonmebt With h»*dtibonrltorhorie Stealing. About twoyeareafter,ttdailgliter p...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILD DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

; ! s CHILD DESERTION. A BLfiBOMOAli aot-— unparalleled as an instanoe of heartless barbarity to a poor little infant— (writes a colrrespoadentiof the Artrndale Telegraph}— has been1 accidentally, yet most providentially, dis covered on Salisbury Plains. The particulars are so TevoHing and horrible' that C will for the present delay an ekaot report until su'oh time .as the matter may have been judicially investigated, However, two persons supposed' to be the' father and mother are now in the custody of the police. A person (whwte' very name I should Jiike mpch' to learn) wm: travelling from -3ostwyck along Salisbury Plains, when his attention -was drawn in the direction of en old log by the faint cry of a little child.'' He went and examined the spot, and there, sure enough, indeed, discovered in that log a poor little mfan^ yet alive! The ants were swarming on iti but this kind-hearted Samaritan quickly seieedtho helpless little one, and, having brushed off the devouring insects, b...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

As attempt 1b being made in the Brafdwood district tosupplfementthe tesiimonialtoiUt^arkes. At Break v'-Day, iVictoria, a person named IFDon&ld has sustained severe loss, by the burning of his 'house. : ?? A four ounce nugget .and smaller pioes..have been found at the Kngal diggings. .--'? ; Gold has been 'discovered in Ceylon. THBflupremeCourt of Melbourne have upheld the 4eciBJon given*by Mr. Justioe.Pohlman in the lottery case of Hugh Peck, by whioh he will have to return the monfiy to those who bought tiokets.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A VOICE FROM EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

JWL. ? ? ? — Situate upon a high headland thtft''projecte its . massif fi^rit far into the blue waters of a spacious bay, nearly balf. way botween -Sidney «nd Mel bourne, are a-ooHeetios of houses thai in England would fed TOHed a haiildt, but at the mfipbdes, hears the more imposing name t-f town.; Hamlet or town.it matters not : 'tis a spot that bids the stranger welcome hy the beauty -of its scenery, end the -salubrity of Ite atmosphere. On every side Batote'presents to the eyewsenesdf m and varied teauty, heightened in their ?effect by the vast ex . panse of the' ocean, and the bright clear blue of the -sky, which, in this region compares with, if it does not excel, the Vaunted -colcrar of the -suinij Italian skies. ?Certainly die nouses contribute but little to -the i beauty of the scene, as except the white porched , Custom-houee, the lighthouse, and a small and inconvenient court-house, 'motft . of them 'are small bomelf «truotures-6f wood, possessing no 'features to strike t...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

FEMNDLY SOOISTISES A *H4 introduoed into the Assembly by Mr.,' Sutherland, on the 24th ultimo, although itomnot; become law this session, is worthy cf attention. It ' proposes to 'consolidate and amend the lawrelating ; to Friendly Societies, and to repeal -the IPth Vio.| No. 27, except as to any offences 'committed or , penalties or liabilities, inourred, or bond or security 1 given, or proceedings taken before 'the 'commence- : ment ofthenowlaw. Societies under the former! -Act jure to continue, and the rules to remain in J force, and to be sent to the -Registrar. ' Contracts ' and bonds, &o., will continue 'in force, and the; exemptions and privileges under the new Act win* be enjoyed by -all -snob subsiitingjsooieties, so long ' as they shall not hereafter effect ah assurance to i any member thereof or other person exceeding the ; sum hereafter mentioned, -or of *n annuity larger! than bin future Jo %e allowed. A RegistraT of. Friendly Societies, who *is to be a barriste...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

-- ^ ^EOEOGjLTIOif^F*iS£fAltfain?, Xbb Parliament is pwrbgied, To att tonbetnerV «yen -Jto't^ow who hi*e lisa *i6*ing;tfpreh'io. 3d ' with SailiaWent lfoan,$o read tho debates, it' njust be a relief, to know that that the long a&d unprofit able BBssioii w^ich began pn thelSth October haa5 at lait TOnjer&a;«l(kS; 'fiid st'ngle event; of .the; session has beett, the transfer of power from one '. Clabmet to another. It remains for those iato whose hands the -management of *ublic: Blairs ?' has oootie, to'dwelop during the next three or fonr months, such a policy as may prove toi theoountry that their accession to office has been a gain to the community. * -' ' ? ' ; (from a Supplement to the Government GattCtj By his ExoeUenoy the Bight Honorable Somerset Biohard, : Earl of Belmore, a Member of her Majesty's Most . aonorable Privy Council in Ireland, Governor anfl Oommander-in-Ohlefof-fliecoIonyofifewBoutt'W'ales, ,'and. Vice-Admiral of theaame. ; 'Whereas iby atfllpass...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

THE Eurrangong Argus relates that some time back we reported that a person named Wiefort wbb piiflisbed for having s still. The history of the matter appears to be as follows! — Wiefort 'obtained a license to.fceep a still to make brandy from wine or the lees of wine, and entered into a bond of £200 that he would use it fpr no other purpose. He was brought before the Young Bench charged with illicit distillation, and the magistrates, Messrs, Pearce and Pring, found him guilty, and declared his bond forfeited. Their decision, however, turned out to be illegal, as the Bench, had no power to deal with a band, Bnd the Governmentaboold have taken a recognisance, and it seems {.here is a difference between the two documents. Mr. Free* stone defended Wiefort. The Government then threatened to sue Wiefort for the £200, but ulti» mately let him off by paying £100. Wiefort then sold the still, not knowing what to do with it, but the inspector pointed oat to him that he was finable in a heavy ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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A LONG WALK FOR NOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

A LONG WALK FOR NOTHING. As a reason why an Assize Court should be estab lished at Dubbo the Dispatch relates the following: — A walking match of 600. miles for : £35 a-side, between three young men, took place a few days ago. The conditions were that they should leave Bourke by virtue of eubpamas, the Government guaranteeing the tnoney at the rate of tenpence a mile, provided they reached the Wellington Court of Quarter Sessions on a certain day, and there give evidence in a case of forgery. They were to walk to Dubbo, . not having money, or being unable to procure coach accommodation,1 and thence by special coach to Wellington. A good start was effected, and the . betting was equal —the man* with the lightest swag, if anything, having the odds. They arrived at Dubbo after a five days* journey, within afew yardB of each other, muoh jaded and worn ont as the roads were duBty, and the bostelries like angels' visits. After a spurt they managed to get into Barry's coach one heal on the...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRIAL BY JURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

TR'IAL Jit JTJRY. John Clarke was indicted before the Armi dale Quarter Sessions for having, at Armidale,' on the 8th February last, unlawfully wounded Joseph .Hamilton, with intent to do grievous bodily barm. A second count charged him with committing' a common sssau't. Defend ant pleaded not guilty. Evidence was given to show that Clarke had beaten Hamilton wiili the butt. end of a whip. Hamilton accused Clarke of beating him most severely on tlie left arm with a whip handle, the ouiy provo cation being thxt Hamilton was sending t» pound some of Clarke's horses. Hamilton had been 1»H up some time, .iu consequenct. The Crown Prosecutor dwelt strongly on the brutality of a much younger and more power ful 'nun using a whip against Hamilton (1 slender man, about 52 years of age), when the fatter merely struck with his fists, even if Hamilton was the aggressor in the first i'n stancp. His Honor summed up, and the jury returned a verdict of not guilty on both 'counts.. His Honor : Then ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MAN LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

- A If AN IiOST 1ST THE BUSK. ti UMANITY OF THE ABORtOINES. — We takf th1; subjoined interesiinu narrative from the Maryborough Chronicle (Queensland) of the 25th ultimo :— -V Another affecting proof of ?the 'humane and kindly instincts of the abori ;gine8, when suffered to follow their lawful IputBmti in security and quiet, has just been ?added to the many already on r*cord in the idiBtnct. 'On Friday last, a young man named 3rred.^ami«pny^ to^^spwp)! Vs^e late^ b^ Royal Hotel, went in searcV of a horse which 'jas supposed to lie running somewhere on Tinana Creek. On Monday, the animal on wbichiehad been mounted returned to Mary borough, h oboist «nd bridleJ, but without its riider., and apprehensions were at ones eiirer^ tained that be had either met with au accident ' or tost bimseif in the bash. ISeveral panics at once started to look. for him, and almost all ihe residents on the south ' side of . the river have been engaged in the search during tbe week. Although their individu...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD FIELDS LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

fcoii) field's lease!s1 ,. The following letter, addressed so xhe Editor of tbe Efnpire, and signed ' A Digger on the Tramp/' is worthy of perusal by those who take an interest in mining matters, and it is to be hoped that this, as also several other important points in the mining laws,' will be borne in mind by the .digger's at the forth coming general ejection :'— , ? Sir,— As tlie columns of your journal are always open to the exposure oA wrongs and abuses, I hope you will fnd spTce for a few remarks on the practical working of one of ^ne most unjust laws ever devised for the 'oppression of. a popr though useful and hard working class. I' allude to the effects of Wilson's leasing system pn the gold miners of New South Wales. My . observations on it are cortfined ^0 the Seven Mile Gully in the Grenfe]] district, a nlace wbrre it has been . _ — . . . -? ? . - . — I jcarried out more than in any other al'uvial ]gold-field fn the colony.' A party of miners, ?about six months ago, wen...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL-POX IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

SMALL-POX IN MELBOURNE. The Argus contains the following:: — There has exis ted, and does still esist, a great ideal of misapprehen sion as to the action of the Government authorities in their efforts to restrict the ravages -of small-pox in this city. It is to be feared, moreover, that there are persons who are resolved not to besatisiied with anything emanating from an official source. At one ' moment they complain that the Medical depart- . ment is a useless piece of machinery, rather des- \ tructrre of -wholesome measures than promotive of the -energetic action necessary in «uoh a -crisis. In the list, as soon ee the best available -means have ; been -seised upon and brought into operation, they cry out against the arbitary proceedings of the offl- | cirfls, misrepresent the facts, and grow pathetic' over imaginary sorrows and griefs needlessly inflic ted. To correct any Bueh erroneous 'imprei sions as might; result from this, the'Central Board of Health ; have issued tho follow...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STAR-CHAMBER REVIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

A STAR-CHAMBER REVIVAL. Some of the proceedings of the Select. Committee on Complaint (sayB the Melbourne Argus of the 25th ultimo) are not calculated to command either the confidence or the respect of the community. The action of a select committee, under any cir cumstances, partakes too mad i of the nature of a star chamber inquiry ever to rendersuch a tribunal very popular with Englishmen, but the length to which the inquisitorial investigations of the present committee are being carried out, are perfectly un justifiable, and fully warrant the prudence of the suggestion formerly made in the Argus, that the inquiry should have been instituted in a very differently constituted court, presided oxer by one of the judge?. As indicative of the ideas of pro prie'y which actuate some of the members of the committee who are now prying into the most private transactions of persons supposed to be implicated in an endeavour to bribe members of Parliament, it may be mentioned that, yesterday ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOT. In a lecture delivered on the above subject by Mr. Pottie, V.S., in Sydney, recently, the diseases dis coursed upon were two,— -?Seedy tne and SandoraoW. The 'first— -Seedy toe, he described as seen in the toe, which is usually worn away, leaving a' hole,- so that by putting a probe into the excavation, .one will be able in many cases to reach a long way into the foot. If it is permitted to advance and spread, it will interfere witk the Judicious management of the foot, and there will be a difficulty in keeping .the shoe in its proper place, and very often it alto gether unfits the animal for work, though, in ordi nary cases, the disease is allowed to go on. Many amateurs are inclined to blame the manner in which the hoof ib usually clipped or pared. The lecturer believed that in oases where the horny lamina of the hoof were injured by paring or otherwise, it would be liable to induce the disease, : though he -thought that the shoe might do so in i cert...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMIGRATION TO THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

EMIGRATlblSMra THE OJLONIES. Ode readers have, doubtless, within the paBt few mouths heard and read a great deal on the pro posed ?' pauper emigration,' or, in other words, : compulsory emigration from the mother country to . theBd colonies. That we require immigration to ; further advance the interests, and develop the vast resources, of Australasia cannot be questioned ; but the class of immigration we want to achieve these objects must not be of the ' pauper' descrip tion, but rather men of experience possessed of a fair amount of capital. The following extracts indicate the opinion on this, to us important, sub ject entertained by the leadingtjournals of England, which we recommend our readers who take an interest in the advancement of the- country to care fully peruse : — r N The Times (January 25) comes'to the conclusion'1 that as the only unfailing demand of a new country is for those competent to reclaim new land, our emigrants must represent, if not trained agricultu rists,...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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SNAKE STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

BNA&EWORIES. \ u It is intensely hot. We are at the end ; of the month of March, and tbe rays of the son are pouring upon us 'With a power, which Is terrific Every two or three i minutes I dip my umbrella into the water. for after this lapse of time it is perfectly dry; green leaves and a wot handkerchief; are in my panama bat, wbict) now and then! I also 'dip into tbe water of the stream.' You will ask in what Icind of country 1 find myself In -sncli -a plig%t. X am in af very -compKcated network of creeks, swamps, dense forest, and ?overflowed; lands, forming a delia, wbicb in tbe work1 T pnblisfapd in 1861 I named the * Delta of I the 'Ogobai.1 For several -dayB 1 have been here in a canoe exploring the country by water. What a lonely place! We have not seen a tfngle village, we have not. met a single being-; it is a tsomplete deso-, latioD, and ontbe day iniqnes'ioji it seemed ' more desolate than usual. The creek we i bad got into was narrow, and on both sides there was...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURIOUS EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

, 'OUBI0OB EPITAPH. The following is the solution tothe-epitarjfa reprinted id our lost mm-. — ? irBenB4fli this BtottellBS KaHierine Dray, - tJhanfd from a busv life'to lifeless day. ~3Jy earth and ?clay-slid got fcer pekf, ?' \ And now- she's turned to earth herself. . , ^STe weepin^fiienU9,'iet me ddvise, ?'? 'Abate-yourBtief and 'drjryeur eyes-; : Tor *&at avails ftlflood of -teats T who knows, but Id a run of years, - In some -tall pitcher, or broad pan, 'She in' tier Hiop may toe-again*' '' \ We have received bat one reply. The ^Sydney TUntl, from' ;wbence we 'extracted; tbe «pitapb, in -speaking 6t tbe number of' replies thereto received by that journal,: makes the appended remarks, and we would' recommend those -sf our 'readers Who are' inclined to thought and -study to -comply; with the 'valuable -suggestions t herein ' made :— '*Oor request has yielded do less than '99 replies, vie., '84 from malos, ?S3 from females, 13 from juvemieB. Nearly, all these replies are ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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A SCANDALOUS SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 9 April 1869

. ; ISGAimAtotJS^tijfbEB: ''-\'^ The Cork Examiner says a very disgraceful attempt is Wade to hunt down the. present Maypr.of.this city ; and as the latest instance in point ^enotice, a scandalous account of the proceedings at. the Court House on Fri day; and %fterwards in the public streets of Cork, communicated by telegram to the Standard qewspaper' It , js stated In thai communication, .that Mr. 6'Sulli van refused to do that which he was not asked to do, and what was unnecessary to do on that occasion. According to law; the Mayor is pnly .called on to mak.e a, declaration, which Ifr. O'Sullivan did. ABMaybr— that 18, as the. Chairman of the Corporation or Municipal body — nothing- more wafi required than a declaration pre scribed by statute ^ but 8R Chief Magistrate it was necessary tor, him to tafie the oath of allegiance— which he did. the neit d,ayj when he cnme to the Police Office with the inten tion of sitting on the Senr.h and performing tb'eaatTes'bf a. justice i of '\be...

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