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LATER PARTICULARS. Received Friday, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

:K * LATER PARTICULARS. ^ -3S1' ''? ?' Received 'Tridav, 10.30 a.m. ^.'lie latest particulars from the wreck of -ili*e ' New England' state that a most accu-. rate report lias been given ? of the total number of persons ou board the vessel, stated $6 lie forty -seven; and out of- this number Uluuj-ai.v »«fu nuviMt. rive mi wits ucn jweiie drowned, including Captain Maim and 'the second olficer.f 'From this it would appear . that1 eJovcii persons arc missing — five of i , £b*- crew and sij others. . :v Much pusillanimity was manifested by the ; «reV of the pilot boat in refusing to approach : tjifi wreck. Tin's conduct is condemned in : most imuieasured terms, and the general ' opinion is tint had - they approached the ? vessel every lite would Jiave been saved.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] of the Steamer [?] Clarence Bar. [?] PERSONS STILL ON THE WRECK Received Thursday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

nsiai [?] m&*s=mmit [?] SSjnpteamer ^^'-«BHR^:fc$i*£tfg Mfflpon yesterday afWpKiaalyJtpafternooia: jgpjfydney, struck flic Ijpat the Clarejooe |ifpi|fl with great forca^ml ^^iSwiJii 3I)tetl onlto tjic Ndrlh' fp% Sete:Mp ^Jnjilrtely ovei Jier fijr a' few Uopj^.^iiiflaHiDj TO»$1 became a total wreck. The paKsrm whh&j&L n»'A mum l4^i i#*1run - njirl . -v»intMim.1',i\Yi*1ir'^ f^Jiirpre sav-d £ome toot t-efiige'm i^ieI rigging, and others In diiieroiit parts of tlie' «#ider assistance. ,' ', V '?' '' ; * -^^(H ?-;i«K . ? ' ,r- riM

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fort Macquario Regetta. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

Tort Macq.Tiario Eegatta. 1 he above amiual. x«KattJi look .. jiloco. on Tuesday last (Boxing Day), the 2-itli instant, at the Jiiouth of tlic.iiverilMiiig^i6}4)S«fte'^tdomeiWJwfu.-'Oii the previous two days a good deal of rain hot] fallen, lint the morning of Hoxing Day broke beautifully tine and cuol. The fresh air 'and bi-uHit-loakiiier ncwly-wiishcd vegctatio'u uildud charms to the sur rounding landscape, and l he many joyous groiips of old and young, in 'holiday attire, that gathereil under the magnificent sliaile trees ' of Settlement Farm was a sight seldom witnessed in this locality. At u, comparatively early hour, the town of Port Muaniaric was almost deserted. The beauty of the morning enticed the townspeople to an early start, aud all available vehicles and horses were brought into requisition. Of course a largo proportion weii'-- ed their woy to the viciuity of the regatta ou foot ; while nliout two hundred pei-sous Mcut by the steamer ' Water Lily,' which left one .of t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

(Official (L'omsiKmdcnrc. Thk fullowing oflicial letters have been banded to us by Mr. Tlios. l'latt, for publication :— 11 Chutiwortli,' 1'ottn l'oint, Sydney, 20th Dec., 1S82. Dear Sir,— I have the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of your letter uf the llith iust., writteu in your capacity as .Secretary of the I'or^ MacyHMi ie mid Hastings District Progress Committee, and, in reply, may say that 1 immediately conferred with my collengue upon the various subjects that you brought before me. and arranged that Mr. Young would reply to in detail, and that 1 would ussist him iu obtaining aa much as possible from the Uuvern mcut for your portion of the electorate. I may add tliat we have arranged to 'go to-morrow (Thursday) together aliuut the various rnjuiremeuts of the elec torate. Assuring you that Mr. Young tuid myself will, ut all times, give an attentive ear to your re quu-cmeuts, I remain, yours very truly, ♦ . * ? . C. J.llOHERTS. Thos. Vlafi, K*j., Hou. «ec, l\ M. aud H. D. ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Regulation Sermons [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

Regulation Sermons The following paragraph from the 'New York Observer' may be of service to preach ers and hearers:—' There is no good reason for making any sermon precisely so long, whether he has anything to say or not. It would add a pleasing, and, we doubt not, a profitable variety, if ministers would irive up the stereotyped habit of being governed by clock, instead of the How of ideas, und occa sionally fiven before the half hour is up, or, if they would improve the occasions, wheu their hearts aiis.aglow, and their minds active, and detain their congregations a little longer at such times. To average a certain length of lime would hetuueh better than to pre serve one uniform length of discourse on one and all occasions.' A Series of Holy Sieves. — Good Advice : Neither misconceive, nor deceive ; but per cii/t! as much as possible. 'All that glitters is not gold.' The diamond must have a show somewltfU'e, i.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Answer to Liberal's "Young Australia." [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

Answer. to, Jiiljeral's 'Young .'. ? ??'? ??' ?? ?i^'ttstralia'.' ? TO Tnii EDITOB pP.TDE TOUT UAuqUABIE NEWS, Sib, — Iii youj- issue. of last week 1 perceived an artiole by .'.Liberal,' upon -the subject of Young Australia, and as 1 do not altogether agree .witb some of the conclusions arrived at by its writur, I crave space in your well con ducted journal for a fe»v remarks. in. tlie nrst place, l give flue credit to the author of tliat article for the honesty which kertlainis; aud will also admit that several of the views and sentiments which he exjuvsses are very nearly correct. In the third paragraph oi the article in question, the writer states 'In manners, disposition, and physical structure, he (i. c. the native born Australian) is steadily but surely deteriorating iu some respects from the peculiar qualities of the Briton.' Now I object in toto to tlie word 'deteriorating.' Had ' Liberal' used the word dtanyi-ng, I could liave agreed u'itli him ; but as he lias not, I have ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Irrigation Reservoirs. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

wsim^m^mm ?x^mtmmmv —? — ? -?- ??w«w*tsi5 ?fflffl$m$&& ^ere; t&'^$W MUl^ptp-erage inore tJia,i^$|f|| ind.esXthB irrigation authoriti^iulndia^ ^feuVio'eicavate and prepare a largo reser ^mwrwnall lake, wluch whenfuU *ill have M&r;Jtt).the extent of o ver f our iuihjs, aud a ^nige^»papity of no less than :^|iBli^iui» tlrediiiillious of cubic feet. There is. we -U6Ueyc, no district on Uie least 9(J^i; 'of Australia, betweeu,the Dividing Baiige and tlie sea, tiiat has ^ot several jinches more than 2i ^ aver^Aabtfall fa the year. Newcastle, for instance, lias over -forty, Maitland forty inches or more, and although the average rainfall steadily lessens from the seashore to tlie Dividuig llauge, we believe it is over thirty inches at the lojjg uiountainous heads of the valley of' the Hunter. As we go westerly after crossing the Dividing Range, still going further and further 'from the sea coast, the rainfall continues to diminish, but not very fasti Wo have...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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[?] Correspondence. [?] with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

iliBiiililii [?] V '&} 'j.'^&i%¥^^am /'Biver! ?Viiks -I'iis-^-Ut liia 1 , pricejof jwtiai 3n Sydney;,, ;We have made 1 *it.ferft-'^pWplSm8fi4aiBW9tontile8, tag* 100 lbs. l-puW{e^|iigjawB,*r similar nrices, ' -Hiae^^ytojtiy^^pSw^-lire-JeTuse-irre- ..venWi^m^liilnftlU^MTiitbtiapsbf the vat ' , whbrttbe wood aibes'iivelfeingjtlissolvediu the ' perfomted^petM^^uil^Midc, across the kphole.brljy^ioiSSIaflS-wituafine cauas cloth, or.vory'^inejyiis elbth. ?3.'he per-. - [ foratcd tin is the l^^i^i^UBo^it1 will .wear - better and last longer, y «$£?.?:'. p J*) '-£}}?? h ? '?T. X.,' Maiming liiver, , ^quUw.fwVBUier.iilie , pi-iuting of our 'GhiiBtliiaB 'NUliiber' ^waa all .- done at l'ort Jlacquarief -Yes, r-.ceiiaiulj'! Oioth the lninting mid bindiug, as well jfts.^he. entire uiake-iip'. \Vc do not believe in:Spnding to Sydney for stock copies of such cxtiajmbli ? :--catious.- ?? ' ? '? :-;\ ?'?'r-':'-'$-iA!t&:P'. J'Subsci-iber,' l'oit .'Mucquaric. — Your tiletteriiiB...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Canadian Independence. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

Canadian Xndeponienoe. Tiie Hon. Mr. Chapleau, ex-Premier of Que bec, now a inuinbur of tlia Canadian Privy Council and a meinburof the FrenchCan adian wing of the Conservative, party, iu a lengthy Campaign address to thu electors ot Terrebouu, rumxrks that he does ? not require to, lay down his political platform, and becoming a Federal minister hu accepts without prfterviA tho !-.-xi--m«'4l)ilitA- of thu. resultsof tho policy inaugurated by the govern ment of Kir John A. Macdonnld. 'Our coinni rcial fruiehis%' ho continue.--, 'U un limited, a. lil iu remaining colonists wo only lincl tin' prestige, and the bc'iielit of the most powerful protectorate of Knghiud, and the most cordial loyalty to our Sovereign. And in the great work of gradual emancipation we are certain to be iu accord with the gjimi'- ? ous se.nti incuts of the English nation. To consolidate its colonies into nations is a mis sion sulticimitly noble even to satisfy the pride of Great Britain. Let us then be con tent...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prehistoric Footprints in Nevada. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

Frshistsric Footprints in Nevaia. TilK rcouut discovery of human footprints at Carson, Nevada, has created great interest in American scientific circles. At a meeting of the Californian Academy of Sciences, Pro fessor Joseph Lecoute detailed the result of a careful examination which he has made of this locality. The professor arrived at the conclusion that if the footprints were not in a quaternary formation they were not likely to hu older than the upper pliocene passing into quartenuuy. He observed that no one who studied the tracks could fail to note, their remarkable general resemblance U- human footprints, both iu their form and iu the ap parent singleness of each impression. Their size called for explanation ; for, although well deiined as rights and lefts, their stride was unusually wide. They might have been made by a human foot enclosed iu a raw hide sandal, much larger externally than the foot. The bear and mastodon, or gigantjp ground sloth, could alone make a track resem...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Old Year and the New. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

Tag Old Year aid fix ITott. ANOTtlBR \ nr is now about to close, and l-e i-oiisigiH'ii t- tlie Jiagcs of history. Its wore jnuil ruinoiu of van; ils caios anil jilcasures ; jls «roes find uxpiyinnops ; ami nil its vnrieii »:oconi will aftfi- to-murrow Jiass boynml our I'oaohj imvi-i' to ivturn. There have hi-pii tc^irpely an avcrnje amount of wnrs; and com pnrud with some former ycara, thosn military iinu na»m 6cruj;g4es navi', ueeu lew. iiif Egyptian campaign hus been nhout the only one of consequence in whi jh the Uritisli na^' snd troops have lienn LMipigi-rl, and although this war wai somewhat bloody wliil'e it histi'd, its duration was short, and the result victorious. In South Africa the fighting with the Unsutos has been trifling, although very unsatisfactory iu its results ; while the nther cont(-st-s on that continent, adjoining the Transvaal, liave not involved much blood - ^bd, nor in Uiom have liritish ti-oops bcrn l-raught into rm|uisition. The war iu South .\iiierica h...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Amstordam Exhibition Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

s^^wiit11188^ ^^^^^EM^r:1^^j|m?3Exliibitioii ^i^iuissionwftS'lx.eld ou ilpjiiiy af teriiooii in p&pjiJBydney^^reti ' 3?jibUc; ;;©ljirary. Sir Joliu Hay, K.C.M.G., 'occupied the choir, and there were about IB other gentlemen present A letter was read froui the Colonial Secretary stating' iliat the Agent-G«neral in London had obtained a number of glass show cases, wuicu uuguE-ue usea at tuo exnioition. Mr. . J. It. Pryce wrote requesting to be appointed assistant to Mr. Pugh Ui case that geiitleman should be elected a1) secretary to tliH Executive CommisEioners at Amsterdam. TJiere were three candidates ;f or thu position ' —Messrs Pugli, Gray, and Bounard— the latter being the clioice of the commissioner. The president said the three gentlemen were very competent for the position, but they were uiore or less bound to the choice made by the Executive Commission, and as die whole responsibility of the exhibition, so far as the colony was concerned, .rested on that gentleman, th...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

liiASKs or Tin: moon. i-. ii. m. K-iat iiiaHi-r ? :t 1 1 a.m. ^ Now loon ? II 1 4-2u.ni. Kirst luailrr ? IS 2 44 a.m. Full Moon ? 'J.-I 1 4Un.ui. SATrRl»AV. DECEMBER M, 1SS2.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Veteran's Knowledge of Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

'A Voteraa'e Saowlo&ge of Law. On the day of Guiteau's execution Mitcliel ; pmry was. standing behind the bar. - There fejitered from the Cedar-street side, breathless ?gad seemingly oxeited, a man iu seedy black. He advanced to the counter and dealt it. a J^low that made it tremble. ? . ?- 'oo uiey ve uaugea Uuariey umteaui lie exclaimed. ' It was a sliaiue (give me a little whiskey) if I had been hack in time to defend (sugar please) they never should have iferpetrated that outrage,' and he drained fiji gloss and set it down so hard as to send ip fragments flying over Mitchel Geary, whose. 5j|w began, to blacken, and his voice sounded Ruinous as he remarked iuquiriugly ' No 1' Si}' Ko, sir, if that chucklehead Charley R^ed had read his Blackstoue and Cliitty, or £?eii his Peterbaugh, he. never — (some more vjifcskey, please— I say he would never — (I'd Ipe some whiskey if youplease,) — would never \m.Ve permitted that cose to even go to the Jury.. Aiu't you goiug to get ou...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Port's Corner. GROWING OLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

, , 3?oct'iS (Ttfrnrr. GBQWJNG OLD. * At six— I aell remember v lieu ' ,\ ?-: rfcua-d all folks oMatteu. ' fA ' JJut « lien f turpod my first ilectule, ,,J;KS; ,^ Fifteen jwearad more tally etald. .Hall -i And »lieu%be fttoenlfc^agUaunjHH nf^MWjEHBllll 7. Tib trae,T;li-tte»(ljjuB«SbbutiiiyTcttee^S;i^^| ' ?; . Say ' Grandpa 1' wheu they apeak to me ; '' ' ' ??;?;. But, Mess your soul, Pm yoinig as when . v : I thojight all people old at (cu. ?:,: Perhaps* little wiser grown— 'Jr. Perhaps «om« old illusions flown. v But, woud'riug still, while yean liave rolled, V When it is that a mau grows old.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Expected Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

||^ppSzpecte& Government. -.; .? a^PSS^ome of the crisis caused by tlie :re-. fpSflSot the Land BUI, and the destruption, p^ue Ministei-iol jjaity— rank and tile— ^,; jttiturally the subjebt of general discussion^ ^11 those places where jKtliticians most dp; m^^gate; and, as is also inevitable,' ^ii^ ^ffiaktions indulged in are about: aueauil |||||ppf facts. aiidfietio.iis-a-0e;.|ou^ ^^^he^pveruuiTOtwaii^optiB^Biriost Ba^ltonMjtf discussion, and it is uotim HHgQDamB a^ioiif^By^u^k|HiiBs ^HH^^for^whj^b^p^i^: ?H^HEpfl^oare thi^cbui'sesopentoit, lmB™^^my^teitliB,rrPBiR» immediately ^m^^^ns/ortluitt^vMnay^oettlie u^^g(j)io.jPabii|^^;|^u^4eiijEsd to His iEKceneiic^ ^^t^.Wv«riiuiout may ask for supplies and -tlteiirusign, TJiere is, howex'er, another Step Vhich way be iaken, that of mftetiiig'the AsseniVily, and lighting out emotion of waut of confidence, and it is tiiouglit tJiat'tiiis estmordinary course will be adopted. as 'the 3[iniBtry may think that though they liave been de...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Great Fortunes. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

- Great Fortunes. A liRtoftln-.2.t largest fortunes in the Unitwl ?States, with the names of their exceptionally lucky, or exceptionally talented jiossmsors, shows Mr. W. 11. Vanderbilt to be fur and ?away the richest man in the world. Accord iug to the calculation of thu list maker, he in certainly worth 48 milliun pounds sterling, and probably worth nuarer 00 luillioiis. It is said that before thn Civil War very few fortunes in the United Stutes amouiitod to ?a single million, so that in considerably less 'than a generation, as generations are coin Utoiily reckoned, n -arly or (juite a hundred and fifty millions of property have beun ^gathered intu 'i.'t pairs of hands, approaching Jin average of seven millions for each pair. According to the returns of the tax assessors ?one great lirm is rated upon an annual income of two and a half millions. And yet there sreinillionsof until (notof pounds sterling) who find the American streets paved with anything j itut gold. I Skakk Poison.—...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

YV 1 U fcEi U U V V U O.; _ ^ ^ . .^ .X^&ggQVitp #^Z IH tendering Ms thanks to the public ot Fort M^cduarie' and tlie, Hastings District for^their Liberal Support iiulie 'P^St, Jl las much pleasure in inviting the.vatteji^oa^of.'eviryoiije to^Sie prioe-^ist Of ^bo'drnow oftslle at tlie 'W^^bit *;?jB Macauarie Storey # * .,.*♦?, , *. -v#' ;??.?' -v* .-. ?*???? ^ ??*????; ' ;r t . *'^ No low prices'- are. .quoted wijbh th^ ^yi^w^qf mi^l©*adln|r tl^; p^j3lic---- ? '.' eyiersrtiiih® aplveribi^d is o^reliiilae' an^l.'stirling: ^j^aUtjt \'.v. . He is now opening alarg# assortment of Winter /roods, consisting ot Merinos, Oaslimeres, Nun's Veiling, Lustre's, Flannels (in pinfcjnrhite, inarone, and blue) Plaids, IJoniespiiiis, Winceys, and ^erge. LqKlies'^iftl&lhldren's underclothing aiid corsets— a sj-leildi-l assojjdfc- * inent. Enil)i'oid!eries, lace%, insertions, ^collarettes, l-ows. an/1 r««1iu^s (all colours. ) Ribbonsmna velvets^allar^e, and'ckoijBe assortvy-^^ inent. ...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

MBI-i^ a sin.. i«t sraSnoaWnt - m «« :« J flcuj. I Tbw. Carlyli-bora, 1J»S 4 44 U 67 ti Weil. 4 44 C 89 S I Kri. (;,»!,! diK: »t IlcndiBo. 1S51 4 44 | 7 il .» -I Sol. M. Url. C«q-. elected, 184! 4 44 1.7 1' ? 10 j Sun 2ud Suudliy.lli Advuut 4 44 j 7 2 1» j W- ' B«nk Auntroluun opened, 1835 It 7 4 ;i4 TI'.. I'rince Albert did, 1861 4 45 7- f. 15 I Kr Is, W*llonJl«-l, lli.^1 4 45 i 6 ]J I ft Cjjilotburj'. N.Zt'-iluiM'. 'd., ISM) i 45 7 fl 'it \* .' ?jr3j^na»J- 111 Advent 4 10 7 7 £3 jfri. SooU»*iwthJ'iaiimc. MlnnylMT 4 !,i '? 7 12 » snt. CJU)Olwl»(-mo burn, 1800 4 rci 111 31 I i-HB. ut Siiiidav sftur Chri-Uniis 4 M 7 13

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[?] DESPATION OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 December 1882

Aiima^^^yAWaoFMUiA CamilenUu n...^v Cundletowi- ? Jl : Turoo and ol r placsc I oiitlieM. ilig....!l Sun., Wed., and Sun.. Wed., and StrawLMu i.tonen- / FrL, Wji.m. *Fci.,6|uu. li«-«- to the',1 Hunter ? ,'\ SjMney. ? /.«-... / JiSSndYl' i iiJ ? J SunM W«d., »wl MM, T«., and

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