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JUVENILE RECHABITES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

JUVENILE RECHABITES. The annual picnic and prize distribu tion was held in the Currie Estate on Saturday last. Races were the chief feature of the afternoon, and these were in the capable hands of Bros. G. Myers and F. Stobert. The prizes were distributed by Rev. F. A. Mal colm, in the place of Air. W. Miller, who had to leave earlier in the after uuuu. rnie winners inemaea, uarne i M'Donald, Myrtle Stewart. Grace Fitz- j gerald, Phyllis Day. Nancy Myers. Roa Myers, George Cope. James Grimes, H. I Bendixen and Stanley Nichols. Two i of the prizes are donated annually by Bro. w. J. B. Kent, and one by Mrs. \Y. Stewart. The superintendent, Bro. Julius Bendiien. thanked parents for their attendance.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMING MOVIES. TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

COMING MOVIES. TOWN HALL. The familiar story about the hunter who threw his gun in flight & brought the bear home alive Is enacted with a great deal of humour by Ed. (Hoot) Gibson In 'Trimmed,' his new Univer sal picture. It was a tame bear feeling playful. dui uinson as Dave Garland, a return ing war hero, didn't know it. Neither did the prominent citizens, who gathered to welcome Garland home. The bear almo3t broke up the celebra tion until his keeper, a strolling begzar, collared him. A woman determintd to spare her 'pth'-r by marrying the nun of his choice, thus sacrificing herself and Siviiis up the love of h*jr' life! A 'iluiruughly bad man determined to pos so-s the ^irl or suffer her father to b« ??auclit in the man trap of the .Mount ed. Such is the striking situation which makes for thrilling red-blooded action in the vivid Curwooii drama, released through First National, 'Man From. Hell'* River,' starring Irvins jummings. The star is provided with one of the most ...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Tennis. Delightful weather |-r. .tiled on S.' I'nlay afternoon last, win r n team frri.i Vtoombyo Stall- s-«-I;-j»1 met a toa.v. '?ntri the Nariiboiir M-.-llKMlist Club ? :i ''ie latter's court. The result gave t!i ? '?nni'- team u victory by 5 gani' -. .' fli-rnoon tea was provided by tin t idirs who \ver« thanked. The follim ing arc !'i-- srores:— Miss J. Wilson and .1. II' we V. Miss I-. Tucker and G. Itamlill 0-5, v. Miss .'I. Collins and S5. linildon 0-:i, v. I., i'ay ami K. A. Malmlm i-t',. Miss II. Mi-'Clintork and T. Wils .:i . Miss f). Tucker and C. llrtnd.ill !-''.. . Miss M. Collins and ~. Uaildon 6: . Lc-n tuy and F. A. Malcolm .V,. G. Edward.- and A. Willi.nnson v. Miss I). Tucker and II. Itandall 1-ft. :. Miss M. Collins and S. B.iildon O-o ?. Len Day and F. A. Malcolni rt-i. Totals: Methodist if, games. Wuom ??-yij il.

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Rifle Shooting. PRACTICE SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Rifle Shooting1. PRACTICE SHOOT. A practice shoot of the Nambour Rifle Club will be held next Saturday the 1-ith April.

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Ntrse Adfinu* Prmte Hospital, : tuud At, flambour. ?pbone 45. HUR8S (Mr*.). ADAMS, - t ArtJiJi. Certificate* of Loo ten )batatrie*l Soctetr. CUpuam jatemJty Hotpltal; and Central | MJdwlve*' Board. London. I Nnrse (Mr*.) Beaming I OwttSoUd ffiitfwlfa. baa toquired the Bwldence of Mr. V. O. MurUgh, Blackall Terrace. 7 NAMBOUR, ! as a Hospital, and will eontinae to jrec«iTe patients a* previously. !'DaTeaport' Private Hospital, ?' -KENI(.WORTH ROA0, EUHUHDI. j -Phone No. ii. i NUMK POLE-HORE Jj Hospital Trained Nurse. 'r' (? SU'-3 Registered. 1 AlfRED CROFTS, ILpjsT j:»MrmaMutle«| CtMRtlst j ? aba Photofliwphlo D#pot, HAUBOUR. Ali pbotograoblo Good* at list -l««s for cash. ' I F. WMMER, S«ft Drink and Cordial Manofacturer. A%Xtx ot all Unas ot Soft Drinks and Cordials. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. Winner 1st prize for Cordials national Show, 1B22. MILL STREET* NAMBOUR. H. A. DONALD, Coachbnilder, Wheelwright, General Blacksmith. WO«lng. Repairs. Painting. jJoderaU Priess. A Trial Solicited. An...

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Woombye. FRUIT DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Woombye. FRUIT DESPATCHES. The fruit loadings for the week ending Saturday, 7th April, amounted to 2555cases. Melbourne took 10 cases of bananas, 15 of citrus, while Sydney took 375 cases of pines and 2 cases of bananas ; factory pineapples weie despatched to the number of 2, 171 finses. HOLIDAY TRAFFIC. Holiday traffic to and from the sta tion was well up to the average, while fortunately from the holiday-makers' point of view, the very welcome rains only developed after the main part of the (raffle had been dealt with. CANE CR0P8. Sharjahanapur and early maturing canes are doing particularly well on Mr. Alsop's property at Kell Mountain. From tests .made it would be worth while to try these varieties, particularly Sharjahanapur on low-lying situations as this variety is extremely frost re sistant; it also stools out very well. SULKY ACCIDENT. Owing to the horse attached to a sulky taking fright, Mr. W. McMullen met with an accident last Thursday. The sulky was overturned, and Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

I''' hsadoitici *««j}t'*»'-, sTDxni.'1 \ - . - ? opem «jR a it. cl-tssas o* \ i ? General BanUiftg Business j I Savings Ban ; pepartmenij I 3iV intaraiton 5ciJ-.! «.-.|;s CI.OSS. j jj U i:x ja;--3 ;:-??-. :? n-j:-::o^i r.^L-r, rr.p.'.^, .; : _ : ? ^ I ! ? |\ X^fe HTHR gems |af the [i fi % ^-'''1! ?*- ftiiwical world arej L^» ! v «. ' --?'??? ? ? ' i '? ^' i ? Jj^^'' ft at yo^rcdmmarld on uiej j ^ S'^*^?^ 1 1 .Ne»'|eatcPlay4^PianoJ 4- rtfl^^iVkm^- ^^e -^i::z^1^ bciiliaace of the ; ?* »4i^«' ^ most |c.:hnijl-.i!ly dirEiuic com ?^4\ ^fl^^*- --- i positichs nip perfectjy piayec| %M\ ''t- I on thr. wonderfully profictentj i jj «\ J instrud't-nt. } Yet so dtflicate are; ia\ ..^-^^j^; the vcinwus Jroncroliing slcvices ?,r^'v 3 that it is justjis easy tojinterpret a simpli mt;.ody whoie; colour and ffOk-ngjare its ohly attri butes. / .sk \o hear a favourire; selection, | ; ] : * L vp\mV ' BE ABE .suraNSLAN^KTI). 90-oi ,''^- ??*?- 5(..||',?C Pike Bn--J. Priibane j ; T»»««f-'. *fW»-«*. ito.i'...

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Palmwoods. ABOLISHING SYSTEM OF GRADING BANANAS NOT FAVOURED. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Palmwoods. ABOLISHLVG SYSTEM OF GRADING BANANAS NOT FAVOURED. The Local Producers' Association al their last meeting discussed a letter from the Lander's Shoot Association, seeking support in abolishing the sys tem of grading bananas, which was penalising a number of growers, who were at present cutting a 'dumpy' class of fruit. The request was not supported. P.M.B. FRUIT DESPATCHES. During last week the following quantities of fruit were railed: — To Sydney 830 cases pines, to Mel bourne, 689 cases pines; 87 cases cit rus;, and 624 cases baaan.is; 1403 cases pines to canning factories. In addition 2657 cases piaes were- con signed to melropol!ta.i canneries. Northern towns were --lso supplied with bananas, pines and citrus fruits LANTEHN LECTURE. The 'Weather conditions interfered with the lantern lecluro which was to 1... rr!..~.n !-.? M. T \- W '« _. .1 fl*.:..? T.. in: giti;u it} .111. d. itj. »diu( Ktiliei 111 structor of Fruit Culture, on Monday and Tut'sduy evening last, and ...

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Coolum. HOLIDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Coolum. nOllDAY SPORTS. The sports carnival on Easter Mon dar under the auspices of the Cooltun Sports Club proved a great sncce3s. de?rite the very threatening weather which prevailed for the past few days. The attendance of visitors was good, Mx or seven hundred people being pre sent. The racing was of the highest order, each event being keenly con tested and some close llnishcs were re corded. In the evenincr a social and dimoc was htld In the School of Arts. Some 60 couples beta? present. Music was supplied by Mr. F. Wintzloff and E. White (piano), A. Stumer and E. Hart mandolin and accordeon'-. Mr. R. Mealin? acted as M.G. Sapper was j.rovidi-.l ,\t 12 o'clock. Dancing- con tinued on till 3 o'clock in the morning. v.'hpn the happy gathering left for their respective homes. LIFE SAVIXG CLUB. The Coolum Life Saving Club have got their new shed almost completed which is a credit to the members. The shed consists of members' room, re^l room, and look-out. 'Tar. club had a patrol on...

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Cooroy. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Cooroy. A twenty-three year's lease ot Sheep island, area about 10 acres, situ ated In the Noosa River, a little up stream from the town of Tewantin. was submitted at auction at Gympie Land Office last week, and was pur chased at the upset rental of 25/ p*r year by Mr. C. E. Nicholas of Tewan tin. . Judging from the names — Pig, Sheep, and Goat Islands, all in the Noosa river — it pviifpntiv hm ?»«« .,. quire a body of experts to select the names, but looks as if the job was entrusted to the local butcher FOOTBALL. A match for the benefit of D. BIckley Yandina, who had a leg broken In the final match between Cooroy and Yan dina last season, was played on Satur day, between these two clubs, on the 'Yandina ground, resulting in a win for Yandina by one try (3 points) to nil. There was only a moderate attendance of spectators. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A meeting of adherents of the Pres byterian Church was held last week, when the Rev. A. M'Allister, of Gympie, was present by invitation. It...

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FRUIT INDUSTRY. VACUUM STORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

FRUIT INDUSTRY. VACUUM STORAGE. Everyone Intfrested in '.he growing and stomce of fruit will learn with pleasure that wli.it promises to be a simple and economical method, known as the 'Oreig-Allen Airless Storage System,' has been invented, by which it is claimed that fruit, and in fact all perishables, may be kept fresh for an indefinite period. The -steamer, Vic toria, which called at Brisbane on Sat urday, 2 -i tli March, en route to China, carried the first shipment of fruit in the storage tanks used for this purpose. Mr. McGregor, Director of the Coun cil of Agriculture, whilst in Melbourne recently, arranged with the proprietors of this system to obtain the loan of a small plant for experimental purposes in Queensland. This plant will arrive in ISrlsbane in a fortnight's time, and will immediately be put into operation under the direct and sole control of the ofllorrs of tiic Council of Agriculture. The. system is a simple one. For the test which is being conducted, as be for...

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Eumundi. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Eumundi. OBITUARY. It is with deep regret that a large circle of friends will learn of the death of Mr. C. L. Rodgers. late accountant of the Kenlhvorth Farmers' Co-op. Store, Eumundi. Mr. Rodgers passed away at Wynnum after a short Illness of a little over a month. He will be missed by many as he was a keen and enthusiastic worker in all deserv ing local functions. He was a member of the memorial park committee, Meth odist Tennis Club, and member and secretary of the local dramatic club, taking a very prominent part in the two last plays. Wreaths were sent from the Kenilworth Farmers' Store, and the Dramatic Club. Heartfelt sym pathy is felt for his sorrowing mother, brothers, and sisters. PERSONAL. Miss Merle Duffield, who is spending a holiday in Sydney with relations, is havinsr a very enjoyable time. CHURCH PAINTING. To raise funds for painting the church, the ladies church of England Guild is holding a euchre and dance on the 27th inst. WEATHER. The beneficial rains, general a...

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Boy Scout Column. 1st BUDERIM MOUNTAIN TROOP. HASTEN CAMP AT MOOLOCLABA. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Boy Scout Column. (Uy LEAPING 1'AiYnir.IU 1st BUDERIV. MOUNTAIN TROOP. EASTEH CAMP AT MOUI.OCLAliA. Caiiip was p.'irhful on Thursday, 29 ultimo, at Mooloolaba, undiv dillicul ties, as the Mgcer lads wcr; unable ic ^.?! df.wn uiilil the I'Vtaing. However being scouts, we smiled wJ whist.ed under the didculties ,ind had two '??it'.s u;. before tea (about 6.3(5 p.no. T-r,;rsdiy ni.rht got rather lively round :i'.i'-.it niid-Riiilil. but No. ?- tent knows in -re ihout this liveliness that the 5. M. i.- supposed to know. Du^up Good Friday Cie third tent w»s ;iic!;ed and the c.imp maue iccre sliip-sl:ap--. ,!ust as we had finished lunch, Woombye boys arrived together \vit» Assistant Commissioner 'J. W. Owen and two Jads of St. Leonard's Patrol. Cooparoo, Brisbane. During Saturday the S.M. received a polite message from a P.L. of Woom ? !-ye 'Would we kindly postpone our return raid until to-morrow night, as '??? had !nrdiy slept a!l night, and was verj- tired in consequence.' The S.M. smi...

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INTERSTATE FRUIT SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

INTERSTATE FRUIT SPECIALS. Fruit trains run by the Southern Queensland Fruiteruwers' ?rtc. Limited rl-\ireil Wallanararra Friday and S.itur dnv for w.-nk cndinir 7lh April, with ?518? t»ns, of which .IMJ tons wero f--r Melb'.iirne anil 125 tons for» Syd- ney, consisting of in.Oin cases, of «hii-li 0.7S0 cases wer.- hnnnnas. .'5.95$ ?vise.s citrus. Melbourne took 5.S21 o.tsps bananas. i,i~2 casei pines and ?VI \ cafti s citrus, and Sydney HSR rases 'vmnnas. 2,isc pines and 2 cases pa paws. - fiislrlct loading by tonnage was: — Dayhoro Line to M--lbourn-r 0* tons. N'.rth Const Line 2.'t» tons to Mel bourne 07? tons to Sydney, total .15T-? ?tons: South Coast Line fi'- jjms to Mel bourne and 271 tons to Sydney, total 92i tons. Our Melbourne representative wires under date. Cth instant: — Bananas choice 30/-. good 27/-. small and medium IV- to 20/-; pineapples 0/ to 12'-: citrus 1/- to 20/-. We. are also advised by wire, nth instant from Sydney: — 'Bananas firm. --hn|ce 2S/- to 32/-. sma...

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PRUDENCE AND PROGRESS. THE COMMONWEALTH BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

PRUDENCE AND PROGRESS . THE COMMONWEALTH BANTC. Cr. Parr (president of Warrlnsab Shire), sp-iakins at Brookvale 'on Thursday night, referred to the help the Commonsveallh Bank was lo the local government bodies, and mad-* possible the carrying out of such bene ficial schemes us the lighting by elec tricity of such an immense shire. He hoped there would be no interference j with the powers of Sir Denntson Miller i the governor of the 'tank, and he was sure he voiced the feelings of every member ofTftose elected bodies when ! he. said the appointment of a board i of directors would be a calamity. Mr. Austin Chapman {Minister Tor Trade and Customs) said he was gild to observe the Warringah councillors [ were actuated by the principles upon j which the present Commonwealth Gov- j eminent had determined — 'Prudence j and Prgores*.' The references to Sir ? Dennison Miller were deserved, and no \ one would d?ny what a factor he had ; lieen in observing similar principles in ! the buiiding ...

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POLITICIANS MEALS DON'T PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

POLITICIANS MEALS DONT PAY. A loss i- in-iirred in rirovMini meals for members nf the Federal P:iriiani-rnt in Melbourne, but a still greitT de ficit wi!i be registered once the lesri; btors meet at the Canberra capital. That will be due to the appointment of a- permanent kitchen staff and wait ers. In Melbourne casual labour is employed, but that will not be avail able In Canberra. In evidence before the Federal committee of Public Worts Mr. F. Furen. secretary of the joint House Committee, explained that th« 2 ?- mea! supped mo^t 3 '- in f'-sd a lone.. If th? Treasury allowed o;- money, and the kitchen had tc- pay all exf-enses itself, it would be nec essary to charge something like 10=. a head to cover the outlay involved. Th? food had to be boucht, and the chef prepared for a certain number, but it was never known how many members would patronise' the Parlia mentary table.

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[?]URE DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

: :KUf;-JrtR DATES. \ April IT.-i-iF «finA l.ianre in ?-r-vn .Hall. ' * ' B! ? '* ? April 43 — j-If. y.-jjs) $ Subscription 'iaace at Wil^jm^icire Hall * - April ii.--r\' iS'is r-J-eUn(j at lfa.!rq April i4.--A^rn«iif I'.ace Meeting ? April 18.-4- !J-'-'-M-s of Ladies in ;Wil ltam^ ; x\\ I if. May IO.—iYi-HiJt ji.-ice Meeting.! , April 2I.-4I ifiliSi-}--'.ling at Glen«C?A-. April 21.-fWlio.|1h}p at Mapleton-J ! ; April 27.-Hldn(;?H,ind daace at Itetric Creek {'ibljj Wall. | April 29,-f-JJ \ri.?£\ }? District Ho^piUl Annuilj ^!e§i!r^ in Town Hijll. April 28.4-ir|;h'|M close for fencing raceciiirie fisfrve, Landsboreugli April 3O.-i-$jMr3t {Concert and Kuice al Bu'jfrftnij { I *ray 4. — Eqchrafpltly and Dane* at Dldilliukr, Still School. 1 May 16.-UU Ilirt k Co's Free ;Day Stunt'cuse* j 5 June i. — AiflMJlsf 3-i Sports at Yan«inn. .! i I . R ! I

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Advertised Events. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

AdvfcH^fed Events. : I rojMliiiROvv. ? 1 Town Hallj S-ic^iria. I ' Royal PJctiWis-S; ; April 11.— £.pv«llyl Evening and l»*nce at Scfcfcn *'f Arts, Buderim. ? t Si J, ? t

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Nambour Tourt Doings. ANNUAL [?]SING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

? I §1 ; ? * Nambpur ho ut Doings. | ANNUAi JLllPeiNQ COURT.; Before Mij. j Jnjlle 1 Bracewell P%M-, on the Ctlt Ajirlli-jri newal of licensed victualler's ^icienfes» were grantedMo the following: Njsnrake, Club HtSal, Nambour; :jrn'ria'j Catherine Gosl-n? Commerciai, Hmcwriir.ibour; Margwet O'Brien, Cr.ltjiiilorJjHitcl, Woombye* I.; n. Smith, jllilhl fjrs ncis, CaloundJ-a: Perclval Hariri' H*l on Mnllnm riiih Hotel, Lands^rniSilif; Thomas Willihm Wardrap, iloofooMh; Hotel; Leslie fir tliur nobiiisitrt, tfl-:kn View Hojel. Maplcton; \ .U'im ) \ stawell Kennejlj, Palmwoodg })o:tcl ; jlSstrick M'Fadct{!n, Australian jHOifjI, jradina; A. Walsh, Royal Hotel, jMui^infr; and E. Ashiyi Royal Georce|l,olJfj Sambour. Applica tions ad,|oi|n)(ji |.j (May court: C5il» Hotel, Mar4o(;-y:i!cC Commercial i&v\ Imperial Hdt.ilH.|Mrnundi; Maliiiy Hotel. RcfiisJOTeiljj^Tiers: Mooloolih. Marjorie K^rwln ; {ia :eny Hotel, Miiwr Anna Hcnribliaj Bitltiitt. \ Billiard jLlfconsM branled to J. JB. Woo...

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AUC[?] SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Aifi TH M SALES. ? ?!'.:? % T i ' April 14.— j-Hcsi t5*le at NambouJ by Thoratoii Ajljirlagh. ! April :14.i— 5 ,,;e gale at Ma»en:. b. A. i.blrel t \ April lS.-fKrae i Clearing-out &al-- al. Kureplpa ij Thornton & -iur- tagh. j { I » April ai — i\idtio .;*ale, Woombycf by T. J. Ccb dr lip ? '? . April 24.— iDJiiry n tie Sale at Th'Sm ton&.A^uHa f« Yards. 5 April 21.-Udaie Ui nrookland Ifred Jerseys hi Mf. ~n iy by P. E. Moidlo May 5. — R'ajItaaV n Sale of Agricul ture Ruini li«v ruthur Martin.*

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