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MARTIAL LAW IN FRANCE Speeding Up The War Effort [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

MARTIAL LAW IN FRANCE Speeding Up The War Effort PARIS, Tuesday: The new Allied :ommander-in-Chief, General Wey gand;iid conferred yesterday with the Premier of France, M. Reynaud, and the French Deputy Premier, Marshal Petain; for an hour before a meeting -of the Cabinet, at which a number of decisions fo.r intensifying France's war effort were made. General Weygand conferred yester day with the Minister for the Inter ior, M. Mandei. .The Cabinet approved a decree es tablishing courts-martial to try all porsons, military or civil, arrested in the act of committing military crimes or crimes against the safety of the State. No apIlpeal Will be allowed. -N. Reynaud ydsterday - received .ihe United States Ambassador, Mr. Bullitt, and the British Ambassador, SIr I oiiald Campbell. ,M Reynaud announced that the French Ministries were ceasing to coinmuinicate by memorandum tbe cause personalt contact was more efficients

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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DAVIS CUP TOUR Criticism Of Expenditure [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

I2AvIf CUP TOUR tiiticism Of Experiditure S, (lini. riticisn of some of tho' 'inlonnta inctled uamoni the expenle' oi the D ais.0tivi letfitem that eored (lie .Ut5ited.StatisalaOsl ar wamade b"y the piesideat of tle Ne: Soithli Wales Lawn vie'hnl 'Apschlafon, 1r 3i. C ' illerit.? aibneetinE of the iusso citlton liast ilight i-iiaiouints meiitioned by Mir. Fi , l ew thli olowlisOng:. Colki iii artty on- S.S. -Marilio ii 411(1 raiccquet -.iestiinga~ 19,') . .£1Oi13//919.498;, £9.la/fl/Ilii'eenami~tioni: :.-'{Go eve.-e. ofi(lelals Clecindzin ei'ei 000,fi ."319, I.t0?1?38- , ?ri expen)es lot, enti leaiflnink laYerns 931, £137/1i/l 11119 8/4/11 hloel milIs; ani"d lha, ;.- 193ai 9::f,)?,5 i£1?.sg/1"/.9, 1.?'1 £392/17/f ".i sit il. ti n t 'fhre 1"3'9. £820 /,e At'lttter. i?, i ecel ed ,i .1on the Qneskiisd La . eni Alsacitation h". tstrgt(itt' l}.£28 h:]ad .bee~n pad:l' to .13 T't'-. aO~f afoi'd £1 i r;hgh p en?4lsen hiii' (,li'e useu? s@le li?s , a?iiis ai'. ahe' l Cross ehlhiioutm . '1le...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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RICHMOND RACES Double To W. Cook [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

RICHMOiND RACKS Double To W. Cook The ambition ot the jockey, W. Cook, througnhout the present racinl season has been twofohl. He .aa en deavoiiedd to ride his 100 whinne's 11 a season, and to head the- list o jcckeys for this States e?Yserday at Richcnrnd he realised the.fir psi by riding a doubieiand b.in'nhi lIat for the season to ontiiut winners, and thre dead-heatsa E. McMenamin, his chi ival wa successful fin onily one seter day . Windsor Novice Hani , Uh First Division-EL: : (C7IAIll saptia ms 2, The sNinstietnta I at ting: Eveni El Caicamilhli ,2 Sanpnin S.10 Tee Nineitenerinth ,lcis engtha lefngth ?ob otime taken sThree and-Fmoul Yars Old silandi race O of-lRl5.IMIS 'and'vORtTINE Siadli heat 2?-ar " on .1 13im?tis ka: Morin 'ii*cerwn ii I 4::Bi'alencsi' led' eat leng h and-halfl-nie, 3in 1 "etf'id' Diviscon. OVERPROOI; 1 acaW 3a Mel 2 ,Betting: vnRyl Rb1in 5 .Wiih ci e Wee Ovc'''of ln Msel.5 Legthiha lia in I-on .- 2 ancap inc 22-ds3, OIDeBA tORE.--1-- Fiery' Cros. 2. ~sy i...

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MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

7MR~ PRICES lihe Australian Wheat Bloards quottaions afor ~export wheat are un altered to-day. Old bfulk lots are ciuoteil 'it 4- and biagged 'millers' arceols at 4/3 a bushel. Prices on Sussex Street to-day wore: Potatoes-Tasmanlian £9/10/ to £11, eggs-new laid 2/ case1/6: butter 161/2; maize, 4/9 to 5/: cheese 10Od to. 1/2; ghoney, A4.di tO 7d;- onions, £10 'to £12; chatf-- wheatenis5/ to 5/6, oateni4/ to 5/, lucerne 7/ to 9/; :hay-oateuii 5/, lucerne 8/6 to 9/3.

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SNOWY RIVER SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

SNOWY IRIVER SCHEME SYDNI Y, Wednestlay: Mr- R: T. McKay, a consulting englneer, who reen'tly??tforwward a scheme for suppylg Sdey wvithi ivat~e frons he 7 Sn River, replied last night o.the critlcisf or his plan expressed by"the?p? side?,~f at theMetobpolitan Wate Sewegrage and DYrafinage oard. ,.Mr? Uption is ,lIn' error,,: he'said, in? sl.atfa?ling ?i,",conslfdier ed : th 9i8:SndWy. River sceli siuliIild b;e carried 'out at once. I ipoposed that it ?,:be{ put in 'haid in 195,4, w'eilthe Wa"rrii gamba sch reahles., it??second" stage of suppl3Hig8O0 00 O 00 gali6ns T"lhe" sch'eme tio hun b~f'::;the iats;v~tr. toL thd Ayon lande andm I onte beyond the "anti houty o? h eW? ei Board aiid slid beu"clmrled oui as a nationial ' 'The schemei .hvinlevIs ed n onedt?. ,i .ti~e''thoe:,'Snowy watersfo, the nation? wiatem su??ly, to?sulplementithe., Mrrumbidgi e .Mr.Upton wtnuid lidnifcorrect In 'mssumng Iinendled >that theb whlole ostoff aboultt.20 000 000shouild be "'urr'nuk'reservoir is n...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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HELL LOOSE IN ROTTERDAM How Germans Used Terror As Aid [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

HELL LOOSE IN ROTTERDAM How Germans Used Terror As Aid LONDON ,Wednesday: The Dlitchl Legati~n? n Paris his issued' aostate ment that at least 100 000 ipersons-oo one fifth of the ppiotilotion- -.er?e killed and one-third of the ci?y wvas destroyed owhen fhe Germnan bomhined Rotterdnim Twho squadrons ofhnmbe~fyn in ciose- forntiodiOppe dlbasyod actioin lhomhis,.ltich -ioloughed "fur Th hainhero " ret o t is ned, may. t : :.u::!:'?imes the ?statensent ~ c, l?t.ititi t?li monstrous deotutinand creatin5 scenes remh i cent> of Di ne Inferno Durfirng, yesterday's? hesaing .:of, the conspiracy to deforaid casoe it wsao suggested that it .o wotiu take aonother mobnth t, conclude the cise It was stated that Mr. R. D. Wallier MIL:A. One of thy defendants, had had to sell his practice to keep going.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

The Financial Editor of THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD in its issue of yesterday said: '"War and the Retailer , , g: *"The firms which carry out the busine s of tak . g goods from the manufacturers or impo ters, and bringing themn to the hands of the. final consumer, occupy a key position of especial importa e in any time of tiansition. .':Department stores. lnd other. selling' orgainisations, "as ,well, as the man factiirers-. wl{osupply them,. depend greatly upon the accuracy end* f6resight. of their buyers in placing drders for oods which may not be put before the public for many montnhs ."They must gauge, not only,.the trend of public taste, but aso the probabli distribu ton'of buying'powcr among the various Iections o.' the p'blic. Tl'is has become a particular y difficpl( a'sk,.inder the conditions of war, when 'iti is further. miphlicated 1iy the uncertainties of supply. : One Sydney retailing crganisation has issurd 'to 'its buyers general instructions containing th( following po...

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NO CAUSE FOR PANIC Duff Cooper On Position [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

N OCAUSE FOR PANIC Duff Cooper On Position LONDON, Tuesday: "When I talked to you last week, I warned you to be prepared for bad news and asked you to face it bravely, as our troops were meeting the attacks of the enemy," said the Minister for Information, Mr. Duff Coop ei, in a broadcast to night. "The news is girave theis 1 n : nse pretending it isntll but l?heeis. "?o cause for seriousailarml and 1,til Tsi rougha thle sucessfulmnplo r neat of a ne~v techiqiue of war m?a todies of.the Geinlimiaimy haVe ceeded .i penetratlig-.togreat'di:t inces butttheyareisemall boddieseOii3 nd the success?qe the: hfye ahd rave inlvolved lmthemin fearfiil dang 'Iie , il o Gree liiitii -n"Ith 'it liidtenoughlto underetan I vhat hias .taken' lheninii? g bttie 3ftie it is ovei. It is quite im snibln to un de stan d hile t~it 'on i Thiee FactseStand "Three f ects alon'e&inb'fiiL ' F, irstly ' tha't the, pie~sent objective : : of the enemy isthe COlihennel 5p - from whii hich: leopes-to auicli~...

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TEMPERATURE READINGS TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

>TEI?PRTURE EAINGS?:! TO-DAY ees Makidmurn *.... s Minimum • • .. "5 .e fees YESTERDAY Maimtxinu . . ... .. . . degrees Minimum .. .. 32 ' deglees

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

ENTERTAINMENTS N Hollywood paid the record price of £18,000 for the , right to screen the most ztrtl:ng exposure v.e r ' i <?written. ": he Gra pesof W ra ? h" By JOHN STEINBECK. TH GREATEST NOVEL OF OUR TIME NOW PR ENTED HONESTLY, FEARLESSLY O THE SCREEN, featuring HENRY FONDA as Tom Joad JANE DARWELL as Ma Joad RUSSELL SIMPSON as Pa Joad JOHN CARRADINE as Casey CHARLEY GRAPEWIN as Grampa (Not suitable for Gen Ex.) H RRY! LAST. TWO DAYS! "rnt STHI I'ORny o1 DR. EHRLICH'S MAGIC BULLET" ,i ih itil uIlo'geliablt , il StiOlia dinig I tOalif ] llen ]( y El )G. lOINIVON (Not suitable far Gen. EX.) Plus "F11I , Ii HLOIN)lN 'I11 NTY-O\E" (Suitable fola l . Ex. ) APEX IARCTI ANTICp BAL ' EDNESD' Y, JUNE t D~ iee to real modern. dan - liand musi presented "y Parry's il ported Orch stri. Dan4 in a snoax. scene .dec ?'ted hall wvarmed by -lie en thu asmn ot t19chlui memners to iu you weleime. Speci y, pre --' d floor. Poultry Supper. 1)oiuble 'icrkuts I /l. 'DANCING, unI t 1x I rr '...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

IN MEMORIAM - STI?,VART.-In. loving mcmoe o nr dear mtb er, who died at ou4 hjirn on 22nd May. 1935. Ina rte . Dooth, -?,(, Jck.

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Owners Of Sylt Railway Three Young Children In Great Britain [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

Owners Of Sylt Railway Three Young * Children In .Great Britain LONI)ON: When British planes swooped (0own1 out of the . night sky nud (hiopped. their IoinbllS 01n the (ier"nan island o(if Sylt they did not forget to attack the backbone upon which-flte whole Nazi air force on the bland depends--the raihl'ay!?-:: There is no road leadiniu along the eel-like idaind. The rail ty, and .the ralliway alo?ie enables you to move in comifort from the south of the istand, where Hor inem stands, to List, un: the north. - Every scrap of nmaterial for forti fying the island, for installinig e?heil "of iant-ircrafty batterles,(. and ) for building linge hangais fori bombing tituadros lhas to be traiispontedt by ith raitiwty. The sstonishing tiit houig out ths .mall kgauge railwty? i" this: 'it iP i'2'British-owned That fact is well inoWin to the British Foreign Office, ofcourse. Goering isL tried hartI to uid himn "elf of this foieign influence right i.side his .fontress. Before the war aln .iiip...

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ROSEHILL RACES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

ROSEHILL RACES SYDNY Wednesday Results 'at Ro0sehill laces to-cdty were 4< MAII)EW lUltiLiD IIACD DUkD OALLDON1 King Othe : Generaus Gestu 'e 3 - ' cratched : T rekster, . I -?ecles, 01cc Tr'ce, Six Digc JUVENllE' HIANI)ICAP SALLY RIOCII 1~ Trade' Mark 2 eCnstant Cha'tter , 3 -Scratched Stylish, Endeil,- Cele bration ENOQUIRACE S'IAhES DISOIPLTND , Belle Ballerfina.2 :Thunderecla .? 3 All start .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

Prize for Pantry Prowlers Korp a big .cookie jar full of Kellogg's Fiakies in a handy placo on the pantry shelf, then there'll always be a tasty treat for the kiddies when they cenim home hun qry after school, or for anyone in the family who likes to do a seot of quiet * pantry prowling between times. These l'ttle cookies ert flocured with dates ?aad iainuts, coated with crunchy con a flakes * end they're as whoiosoma as they are *nelicfaos, K.EKL LOGG FLAKIES Scup butter 3? falI cups SR * b sugar" a flour 'en 2eggs"- * ~I cnpwiut n p . dates mined Cnot ~ttfor and sager to a cream Add I eaten eggs then flanr and lastly, dolos ad weloiets inks pieces off with a spcona aed ro l n> I nllogg n torn flakes Bake tillI pele I mown CS t~~c~~'fls~csjvrsrs~i Car 'ara er Nerves W re Very ad -EA ACHY, AND TREiD ' EiSr "I slave had nervous tro ble for the tst nine years," stat s Mrs. R.Le? ., of Greensborough, e. "My legs 'ere so tired that the would go to .less, atnd my head wo Id ache tnd l...

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AMAZING, ISN'T IT? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

ISN'T IT? The ?follov.ng letter 'to the. Editor is taken as it appeared in a London exchange, dated Marcih 23, 1940. Sir.?-Mise Rose" rightly' drawas attenrtion to the .fact that Shi Saimuiel lo0tre1 is uii gilg tile ? ounti y lo?o piroduce liOnme-groini-food; ilso tha Food Ministry a-~ewarning usa to cofn senive fbod in oidri to win the war, yet the Mlnistryi y o Agi ulture n1k11 no move to pi'oliibit the ? great.o Waste cloned y liy htinting, One ? is left wondei'lilg. vliether the Governiment is retilly in einesa: Huntiiig is be-' ing alloned tholi"gi the aorses andi hoiildse destrio. crops, liedges anti' fences,, causiil"k ot only ose ofr food bultlextra expenise an'd: work foi ovei. wo0,rked ftiliers e As it is well' kila\in that foxes .can?aeitily h aallot itild killed foffbiiinanlylhuniilan wlyn, It In obviouly?Uiniilessary and 1unpatriottc to .einuttiue ihunting just becasU?sa tewt 10301110 enijoy : -Stirely. tie: Governiomenti slioauld ilfioiltely Iitlfoai i the Master of F...

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"BATHING SQUADS" New Unit In Swedish Army [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

"BATH iNGi - SQUADS" New Unit In Swedish Army Elxperience hafs shown the in portance foi the health of troios I n the field that 'hthy 11ave access to bat.h facilities and that tii??s, can ?fi??a ?e near 'thd r?i?' when necessa cdide8d'; to eqip ?'i??t he8 Swedis lt.:,Ar?my? desined and esily ranspo rthe gea6repn.rtlyof.entirely new constru" military instituonIt is intended topttie idea itho general appibica tic anevery division of the ~Swed i.s rAmywill ultinsatel he provided with several htlinig squads. These units will serve the douhle pubipose of Ihathing institutions and disisifec tion posts of a obinltie tylpe hicir eanf he traniport ed hb simple bllis eands set up eveni i the imnmoediate viciinity TETS USED? In its complete forns the ouitfit contsists of eighttents, inciuding tvwo baithing eistss aidi tw dressinig tents, aisd a woodenbuilding Ilitenided for disrinfectioIn; The .personnei consists of 23 ment who"have,kna t? allfy to he specially tried .lions etween 1800 and 20...

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HOCKEY TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

HOCKEY TEAMS {'CYM.S 1::'3 Sullivn' 19 P Vahigliaii' Fi:fBoechier P Payne Flotlod.: I" Leonard, R.i-SRloane .P' F iazer'N' . irls ison, Li {Pa noe; " McDerato t C;Y:M-:S. :: O'Le C 'J. FPr:zer :R.H Sheliekeyl -A elshI l ayneJ,'GillespleeT 'li rildI P l aes,2 nloni z i*iThPlumb i CredeimeV. Coich ;3

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TULLY PARK GOLF CLUB Sealed Nine Holes To Be Played On Saturday DRAW ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

TULLY PARK GOLF CLUB Sealed Nine Holes To Be Played On Saturday DRAW ANNOUNCED A sealed nlrie holes competition will be played at Tully Park on Saturday afternoon. Following is the draw: G. 4Ieakell aitn K. Ho ell _A.4 La liaiii, ad- . :iGraint ;V La?aitl;don `faid S.`.Cox, iah?ignil'J. YoungN?:': IMdCinile n?d:.ini?I-C?irl;'i?RBctts ,and H. Cartiey? F. Hill andl C La'rlence; H. 'Cforii? "'oridlitl Hi 'tlack?;-p cflt Cainbildge iltn G Deasey ,W rThor "iGr ce sW Gina?'tiid -H Caiiainl-;.a';H RIowe ane:id:, CG!cC srth'iidT;;. T S'iiidt aiiil'feF A` LO'snsilo lie ' I\si. Isnma." ii.`ai and KI. r obinsaon; S . ; ai il? anidr Manfi edi It Greaves ani W ,bLenny, is Jones id G-..lo I Vd; W.Ge i aiild ty .IsWe til fd;S 'Smithl, it itist D.faill: I~ai cyr sili I Doin sdlie'id 13. OGodfi ey aaii J: Smihn, C Tloronemtild. liandT.itomeo CaIldiell 'aid "0. Coonilts, Iseiilitelly and T N Poweh XV Jhsooa aid SSpeece C. Hollis milh W. VCraig; I. Arcens and S. MeCallumin C. Alildi and .T.- 'Mriilly<...

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WOMEN'S HOCKEY Matches For Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

.i:WOMEN:S HOCKEY', .' ilnMatches For :Saturday : Contpetition matches arrang;ed; - lr:fo? S?.Saturdai;y ly , the! Women's?: Iolockey Associatibi;o re i? fol Kenimoir N 3 :-2 1a0::-Keiimrno iv . chll? ool ii i. ? n " T 1 3:Mi lls- d: i '1 \ebbe 3:.30 Uluiebirh fI G;: - `es Millm mimlIf Keninoroe' N o?-'2. 2:.30:? . Ni?flder:ei Wlitistsiils iiifl ,T k a"le ind,'': "..cN:mitut. ht, :130 f ;.-Wyinoli " V-Weq dtell iiviie1 pire; tllll"ll Shep~herdo' d-L a?lle should i ?ti' yti ? e' conimittieeLo':·i Setii diaytfteion 11:1 ;.The.; drawu fdiliee i'niosf d l of; thl v-Abiristommi, Keniltmorie'v i.\\e i1i",d Nyno;:;'mi i lnl "i sNiildea i `r Kehitino· ' i ii It I I.l eeifue). m Ivd V 'Westelo-'Wyi:imo? ' 'Nis.ld'ertiu 'v'tltie Kennor`; `l H.S;, Bliiebii'rs v 'C.C.a \'ynol \V estelhi..: ,: ,Westella v Winstoiim:; C:i,G , High School, WVyhola': 'Natlldeiii, Blut birds v Kenmore. : , "::. C.G.M. v Winstons, WTstelld', High School, Bluebirds v -Nal:del a" WVymnolml v KeInmore. High School v Win...

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TENNIS NOTES BY "TOSS" Review Of Last Matches Played In Winter Competition MATCH AT CROOKWELL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

TENNIS NOTES BY "TOSS' Review Of Last Matches Played In Winter Com petition MATCH' AT CROOKWELL All divisionls in .the winter ticills' coinliCtitioll conltinue to produce close scores and ilant 'of the.iniiiches I c proYing, very k--le ?'idexn i l ting. .-: S.I,>o::'i t ltslon . l iast S'turda ttytPMS: 5 i ?ijsscraped ihomtie agailnist; Chuirch Re 4 Tie`':;e final score, 143 '-'2 'gives.- good ride i.of the rdlal Live .tiesgitli;; of :the. td?ms:. M'ax Abbey` aiiityiiitgsplendid `tenniswas ,ite'!,t,-lliista.oy L ttih? Church;team nti lw0on' all' lis sets ., '':-' ; :.. ': ".Roger; Voodiati d 'aid' Mitt"'Caldw;ell 11li-Miepi ;s. Byrines:.'Tlie Byrnes 'filmitritio'ni gainad ,?a 5 ?et lot? ead ivitit ..t tliltd pay ofte'y liti.i bltt t'teir' opponents;;fo hts f ltt i hacto :uch l oot purpose that"i`' they eventuallyr- took tIhet set.. at . 6-5:; :This" match; PiM2. v :P.M:? -waws'.on by: tle No. 1 team. i) 'Keniett ly :;the ''wy; sws very vwiiiiei.r 'w ti'h'.'crab?i ing tirves) .,"....

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