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TO-DAYS PREMIERSHIP MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

TO-DAYS PREMIERSHIP MATCHIIES. South. Melbourne v St Kilda, "bn. St .b: n Kildacricket ground ;;,) Essendon vl Melbourne on East Meib. Carlton v Williamstown o6n IMelbourne cricket ground. Port Melbourne v Footscay on Footscay cricket ground.--. ; . North Melbournejv Richmond on North Melbonrne recreatiation reserve. Fitzroy v South" Ballarat on Fitzroy cricket graund. Ballarat Combinlled'v "South ASitrilia?it Geelong in South Austrha.l

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

(FaROi OUR OWN "CORRESii ONDEN iT.) ", Anothli of the oldlresidilnts f the distrieti hhs pas'sed' away [r'l if7 ohn HI-ilidinarsn, .whb' resided iformerly flat Balnarring, and for the last ten or cle oen ,year's., at Dromnma,,.died, .on Tuesdayinight,.at the,.,good old!agerof S9 years. Until very recently the old gentleman though visibly failing in health was able to walk about, but for the last seven or eight weeks he had been coitfined'to hisTbekP'andl'onuthe night previously? ienbtioned1A"c breufthed lisilast. The fuiielii took place on Thursday, the burial cere mnims lie h, iig rformed by the Rev A.a'I: i hase, 'Church of England Minister. - ~lectioufmnatters in conuuctidif with tlhe' hir-'couincil" a'e(blr ihniihg to attract attention. I hear that one at least of the returning councillors is 1 ;t'ole allowiedr' a walk overbu~t ,ii6ioi (definite information will. I suppose be forthconming i a week or :Ii., comuection with railway matters, delegates appointed by a publici meet in...

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SELECT POETRY. THE LAST PICTURE. I [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

SELECT POETRY. THE LAST PICTURE. - " Merrily cirrols the linnet, Glad is the blue sky above me. Sunshine aid.song in-my spirit-' Now that I khow that you-loe' nie ": Life shall be joyous as summer, Happiness only shall claim us, Lo, I will paint a fair picture . ?. Of your sweet face and grow famous. For have I skill in the painting Aught of that beauty to borrow, Which inthineleyes,is-revealed, : Sweetheart,'I'doubtVnote tmonirrow.', "All men must come with their homage Worshipping my adumbration Of the divine and the precious, TVhich find in thee incarnation. ' And as a walk through the meadows, iWhen Spring hath lavished her treasure, Shall be our joyouslifo-journey; , . Culling the briglit flowers 'of pleasure' i II Grey is the head bowed beford his last picture, lieavy within him his heart with the truth That n'er was his the high the birthright .of genius; I'ast arefo'r ever the ilreams of his youth: Sadly he turns from his last endeavour, Turns to a picture heo ude; louig ago...

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THE FISH SUPPLY THE OPERATIONS OF THE FISHERMEN'S UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

i .. THE PISHSaUP.m s PLY ....... THE OPERATIONS OF THE FISHER MEWS UNION.: Fo 'the past flew we'ceks the Fish ?aiarket' . has bcen ' i.' a.n unsettled conidition .owing to the efforts of the Fishermen's Union to secure a better price for fish. It is hoped to bring about this'result by the appointmhent of a salesman and a representative, who together shall fix a reserve price, and hold, out until this price is obtainedi,' The geiieral opiinion in the trado .is that the union will not succeed, but that at the samne time its attempts are proving detrimental to all concerned. In the first place it -is ci:limed that the union fishermen are sufferiing on account of the union salesman not getting , asgood a price for the union fish as the other sales men.: It .seeins that although the union salesman is ; receiving large consignmnents of .fish, there are a number of union fishermen who object to being dictated to by the union as to their salesman, i Many of them have benli- trgnsaitiisg bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

Everyone Oughkt eto Isfre T 'Againast Fire. |; THE 'NATIONAL I RANCE COMiNY AUSTRALASIA, (LMUTED.) HEAD OFFICE: DIRECTORSg: TnoxA MouBY, EsQ.;J.P.;C aiL anr L G. D. , CARTEB, EsQ., MP.- . SA. G. BENSON, EsQ., J.P. S> - WTILLTA1 T MLACREDIE, . > laio-i i.^vokaL ./rgaffjo aliTay Agent for Frans~4on-MATlRK BRODY. L d a ...Tr - a , .T, Agent for 1mingon-4. E; WonnEi.. (A CARD.) M.B'4t; Ch:,'B. May be Consulted at .A-NKSTON:THURSDA.'S:S: 2 to 5. -....: DROM?7(Se'?O:D _?: " . to: 5 S -_ ASTINhG "FDAYS : 2 . to 5. to, iDaily ,1 DR. STANLET-- V. THEED, . "Elimýtta?i VArCOUVEEa STEerT 1 -M30 RN 2NL G T.,NIr . A. H.- STURDBE, ,SURGEON. (Successor to DR. ATKINS.) May be Consulted Daily at his Residence, . .:., .FA.,.:AN I S'aTBE.O. <I•e aY also be Consulted HASTINGS SAt Mfr. Cooper's Bay ,View Hotel every Wednesday ;between; 2-30 "anda 3.30 p.1l 'Also at -.F SOMERVILLE .:,,, Every'Monday, between; 2,and.4 p.m., at tthe residence, of, Ma. Tuo.:,THORF.LL. HOURSiAT HO.ME (DAILY):...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG. Tuesday; 8th July. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. .DANDENONG, . Tuesday; 8th July. Howard and Scottreport:-Dairy cattle: a small supply; mainly owing to the wet weather. The market was without altera tion, prices' bCeingfirs atlaiit weeks' suota tions. Dry cows and yoiuig stoi:k:were moderately represented,.the demand beiag ood foi"all sorts at a "slightl' adii e. Pigs: ABfair supply of ijorkers.' brt' very few of other descriptions " yarded; prices all round were fully maintained, especially for good sorts; baconers, none forwarded i porkers, best fron 35s .to 40s; light do., 25s to 30s; stores to 16s; slips, 10s to 12s; suckers to 12s 6d. Calves: A small supply, which, as usual, quitted at high rates. We also report having held our usual monthly sales at :Caitljioune atnd Tanti i lso a clearing sale;, 6in' coisist of Messrs W. and H. Ingwersen, Scoresby, disposing of a Lurgoe iuilber of cattle: horses, driays, farm implements, etc., etc., at highly satisfactory prices.'. 'Also privately on account of 'Mr Thos: Bell...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

ii •?l- . !I??: f:. Racing fixturfsanfor next weeki ý I ¶ MoDAT,-,141! JULY.. Enties forV.A.T.C.,July meeting, 26th Entries for Moonee-Valley meeting 22nd PEntrie' ?or Criinborne 23rd-T Eintries foriElsterawick Park 24th. : First:day.Moonee Valley Trotting Club. cuirst. day, Deniliquim Jockey Club Mid ,..:i2 '%4 WEDNESDAY, YJUILY ý'1GT6: y ,Second day. DonilqusinJ.C. imeetingr iSale Turf lu winter meeting;, ::?::?'.r T-,r u: THURSDAY; 17TH JULY: . 'Acelptance for'Jerildene annual imeeting 2ith and 2rtiit .......-... . -,FRiY, 18T. JULY.. -8AT : aDAY ,,12T1! JULY..., Secon&'~ day (Steeplechase) . Grand National meeting: .Weights for:;Mooiee' Valley meeting 22nd- A T,?Te.nentene races held on the 4th were only .a paral?i success., I should think juidging-fromi the assemblage numerically compared with- that. which met on. the cpiirsetat. .the "last gastheriug.'_ Unfortu- I nitely I did not get there until after thei thirdrace .had .been run, and therefore s missed snie of the g...

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SORRENTO V. DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

:so11H1Tiro . DRomfANs. The hoi v tcii taict oir th " .'rst tiinG "am L ,nNa idy .I t:rDnana. owinglto t, Itie'aiYemy. fog it waqs iot a vory plea biib day' for.,"footbailli the oiiloers;oidild, c ioi sie?;.iiiJ i ,tlthe play -nd at times? isethei the p] ?r r tlio b; lla could hli secdii; .'The gic rh'iilted inti 'iuiii Trfo'rS1ibiitob y 5 o41's ?d 1. . g al-liekrk fu 'th winuiis wore W. 3)a s g T' Cain (1), ? Sulliva i (1)' Th'?fiiit result w\:ia~lgrreit?to .gqals /iP/ehinds. Dromana 1 goal.??: Mi' Siigletoi acted as ceutrhll U)pwcjp 7 1 j`: J1 .

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FRANKSTON V. TOORAK. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

'rsr'Ff1\SoT 1:'TOdn.i7C These tamis meet at Franlsto; to daiy: -The locals will be chosen . froie Bentiekii-Box!(), f3lowvn, Clark a_(2)', Cottier D ilman, ]Iae'ie, Danxso, Grant, gen;;i Timmhy, ,. elso, K cu, Lainscil Msoni, . Monlday,- IMeConmb, Of; l ifattorson I itcline; Jlssndld oldt, S dlici, T'liosniia, ani Westao wa

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THE FISH MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

THE :FISH. MARKET i The follodwingis tll'o `ish'Markt; reaqrt' for tho woek:'endifig 'Jul .' -The suppl. compiised-Fisp? 4,84$ liaskete' eiayft; h 2441??' dzoli i"eystors. 473 bo.eosi fowl,;!3,; couipleb gt6so ,7 ouploe; 'haoss 013 braceit wildfowls, ?1'531 brace '"rabbits, '22,110. pairs.. Bart cotittafro6?"10s to ll2slper basket; branii3s'td' 15s' Sd dbo fliithetd, 2s to 8ss'd6); c k;1llsfto'"12d do; garfish 4s to 22s 'do ';' 'nilerft, 3s to` 13;l doo :pikoe, 10s to'!llsTdo; pilchards:10s: do, ifl?es;t 4s Od l to0s do : strangers,. 2s 6dtd 5s' (kl' do ';trotf;"4.4foil tio10s id''dd6r'whitii,,. 19s d'l to'24s' do i-'fiiriy 'cod'and phreIii 3d told dper. qbib4 ain Is to'akto I4t perre lldn'n orayfs'8 to 184erid eezof flounde~s, 1o to 14s do :ok e.ri ?.ct?Rslit 3k to7s.do; .kiongfslh;4s.to.a ieacl?i?c~1. d to 3d per lbh; oysters,- 8s to 40s per bag r geese, !Is (i per pair h.ares; ls 6d to 2s fld per:brace wid?Ihfowl; lsts 5s'do 'rabbits, South Austrilian combined team were isily 'de...

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FLINDERS V. COWES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

Ff?Dr?RS, y, , COWES. (BY OBSERVEIRI) :; . ;'I "Oii'Satuiday`'thll 28th:ult. the' first football match played .-at'FPlinders during the last seven' or' eilght kyehrs, took place, when the local boys ' Were opposed td' a team 'froh" Ciwes,a und resulted in an easy .'victory ~:for Flinders. Flinders obtainiug '7 go6als to Cowes, nil:. It :would be i out of place on my part to give special praise to any two or three of the Flinders men for, from the manner, it which every .player worked/' to obtlin a victory it was eýideiut t1,each and all deserve the gFeatest praise.. Certainly a few old pla 0yrc 'played a more scieoitic g~ui,'li?bti den't thisn 1 ,1ny plht rfiild1d ftor dbo ?i's bekt,, I will therefore not discouragee- any,, o .th younger players by omitting to menll tion theirliianies, while i specially men tioning a few. The.game take it all through wasla very friendly -onio, and fairly well. played, but there was certainly too imuchfoldnes' for "hand ball," some of the players see...

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SHIRES' DIRECTORY. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

SHIRES' ])DIRECTORY. IrOIRNINGTON. Meets in MIornington Shiroe Hall the Saturday before full moon. PRESIDENT : A. Dolwnward, J.P. Cosir.LLoas : Eorthl Riding-z-J. D. Box, C. SoUtei, J.P., and C. J. Fox (Frankston). East Riding-I H. II. Peddle.(Hastings), J. Sawyer (Mornington), T;Tliornell (Somerville). ' West Riding-J. E. Adbunss, A. Downward, J.P., WV. Il. Irvine, J.P. (Mornington). SECRErTARY AND ENGINEEI.R: H." E. roaors (Mornington). FLINDERS AND IKANGERONG.. Meets at Dronan the lais Saturday in each ilonlth. PRESIDENT : A. Downward, J.P. CoUNCrLLORSo: East Riding- D. Mairs; J.P., A'. Downi ward, J.P. R." Stanley. Centre Riding- -. . Baldry, J. C. Grilliths, W. Brown. West Riding-W. Patterson, R.:Andirson, J.P., Cain, J.P. SECRETAiYT: -.. . Peter N±owlan. TREASSURER: T.B. Mhuntz. MOORABBIN. . ::. Meet in the Shire Hall, South Brighton' first Monday in each month. - RPRESIDENT,: . G. Burgess, J.P.., Cou ·lncoaolns North Riding--,V. G. Burgess, Hon ?T. Bdnt F. Hollier. .. Scuilt ...

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MAILS DELIVERED AT FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

MIAILS .DELIVERED AT FRANISTON. From lMelbour'ne-- a.m. and 3 p.m. From MIornington-9. a.in. and 1 p.m. , From Dromana-- . a.m.. From Somervillo and Hastings-1 p.m. From Cowes and San, Remo-M-onmday, Wednesday and Friday-1 p.mn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

AN -INTERESTING LETTER 31: OiA , wA . V nOV SPECIALIST. ' SL.' JAN D.'' LLEWVELLYN, whio 'I duly; .L Qualified and Registered by the lMedlcal; Boasds of Victoria and New South ales is aware that by departing from the mnoat. routine of paetleand devoting himself exclusively to a?apecmal branch, which he has done for some time, be is not strictly followre the mpat of profesdional etiquette: bunt, a aemtderable body of tno tossion a still', di sed to stand coldly aloof from anyone of their number who acquires popularity in the treatment of sertfao ailments and is really a Medical Speialist, he dan no-bedtats tooresort to uhat be considers legtlhaabeanslov the purposeol diano.tngnynical cieici sad tessgagtng'as far as he is'alile the con. fdena atof the public. It is seoredly better to seek asosance from the qualified practitioner in preference tothequack.' The truedutagnatloaof quakery belong, to those Duameles adventurers who. without .a partile of medical knowledge or a tittle of cla...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 12th JULY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

,?IuI I IIIIn i I nl dlth "Not timidly, nor nshlry." ;I'PUBLISHED :EVERY' '8 TURDAY'" t..,,?,? ,, ,,':: :lMORNING.\",,l 1.2: ath JULY, 1890.:,,; . uDvna tho last ?.fele weeks the all absorbing topic ) of;:coniversation has been the proposals.,eonttined in the N w Railw?ayBill y brought forwardby the preseut Government Judging by the reports that` ieach' us day, after day from differient patsof the colony, there is not the 'slightes do iiulit that the present Bill-is igiving . lmost universal disatitsfaction, and iere it possible'to' take 'a' plebecitoF'"of' them entire conmmunity, the RailwayBill of tlihe Gillies' Gverniciien of 1890 ild be'sent" ito obliviaii" and would': be heiardiof n'o ndcu , Glncing '?t tli: Railwy Map issuied-withc-thei pt: ednt measure :willt. at.: once ,,convinie' the observe tas' -lie 'otes the u eiiidn us miarkings ht rei;, iudinting et li h pro posed llnew ilies? ta?i?; r Bryan O'L?cheloei.ws aright'wheo loe.._21jalod the Bill a "eoeksopuri. slieiie.'i Ei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

TiENDERS will be received-until `19th ..L inst. for the building of Wooden Outhouses, Labor Only, on .Tortoise. Head for M. Young, Pier ,IR?l, Frankston, where Specifications can be seen. TAILOBS t CLOTHIERS A. LAMBERT; LATEi : - A , T ILOR AND OUTFITTER. " 'AVINGi puchased the Business tha I has been carried on by MEssR iPIPILUIP BROs, in Frankston and Morning. toni, trusts that liy civility nid'attention to Sbusiness,.aid. byj Good .Workmansliip,. to .cdievo the 'sinuo support that I'?is been granted to ,liis.predcessorsi.: : HYING ;sold thd ?bove business to "Mi 'A. LA mBERT, in thanking the: public .for. the support aiccorded to us during the last twelve minonths, respectfullyi solicit the .continuance of the support accorded to us fori ou? sncessors. PIIILLIP BROS. DART of SALE (No. 6986) of Crown 1' Lands, infee simple, at the Auctioni Rooms to be appointed, Melbourne, on Tuesday; 22nd day of July. 1890, at 2 p.m. S: TOWN LOTS. •SAN R xo, Parish of Woolamai,, County ofMorningt...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

ITElM'S OF NEWS. A disastrous fire occured at Gnuiuus Hastings road, on Thursday mnoringin about 7 o'clock. The inmates lead a narrow escape of ciiiin~'t bir,'it lynbei@n awakened by a passer-by, Tie house was burnt to the ground. MIr Guinn's.house was a new six-roomed weatherboard vil la, situated ,oei.thie }ast~ings road,r midwa y" between FIrankston anid'" Somsrvill." It' appears that when the inmates retired for the night everythinu wais ipparuntly safe, ai$ when iwiiakene?ilthi ii ii 'tin they ilad only time to save themselves beforp'tlib house was one mass of flames. It is not known whetlihei the building, was in;, sared-, The secretairy of the Frainkston Football Club, desires to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of £1 is, towards the funds of the club.. - .." On Thirnsday evenigng tlx e hse Temper ante .alhllmhoi, will render a service of sqno;,entited'"' Loved Unto Deatlh,'' The pieceis"sponken highly of by those wiso 'are imost -capble of judging, arid ai the choir have ...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

1?2ORNINGTON. (h'nO? OUR OW CoRIiSPOXDENT.) I -iliderostiiid that we are not to havo the choice ofe joinie tlt Dandc ,uWg ater, Se me, re u .tmu n w it hd'lra'wl ransliton io under t4aking,1ould be too expensivo for us. Therefore the promoters have quietly informed us thait we cannot now come !intliescheme;iwe slill :thereforoihiv'e. to find or. endeavnor to do. somenothiing more applicable ""and :cheaper. No doubt'it th zfibetifg to'miight wivihfa'y hit upon somnething feasible and with in our meansll. Anfi entertihim6iit th?t?Ahould'lh've beenbetter attended, seeing the pro gramme put forward was given bv:Mr iW.,G ii l'e 'osn Friday-th" 4th:ltsL. uwhelisoueooxccllent song, and pieces were given, the rendering of the Death of Nelson bei?g splendidly sung, as also ?? several (' seottisl(i ' sons- "anid hnino:ous rdecitations. Billiardists are promised a treat on the 16th inst. a match having been ia?rr?igilgdd-Uliiteen i ." Evans the chamnpion of the colony, and W. Trainor of-the- M...

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER VI.—Continued. DUELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

TI?E DIA?RY of A LATE PHYSICIAN. 7' 7 Br SA?ErL WARREN, D.CL.-. (Author- of . Ton Thousand a Year. ), f a CIiATER VI-Coiitined,...... :DELLINOG. " Coie, come,- gentlemeni, "?said a youngCornimsh baronet good-hunmor cdly, seeing the tivo' young i men appeared: to view the affair very seriously, "the best way, since I dare be sworn the girl, herself does : ndt know which sho likes best, will be, to toss wp who shll ?o'?givenii tho'. ciedit of her beau! I Aloud.lugh follo'i ed this ,droll. proposal;: . in, }which, all joindiodecxeptTirevor iind thk. Capthin. Thelatter had poured out some claret while Sir ----- as: spealking, and esipped it with ?i.an of assudme care lessin 6Ii I oobserved " ho"wever,:.r tahit he never removed his eye from his; glass, ad- that his face was pale, as if froma some ,m necrnal "emotion IfMr Trovor' s: demeanour, however;, al:so inicatc?dconsiderabl e miarrassmeint but'he wavis older_ thiianthe capiltain, and: had much' .nore commanud-:of manner. I was amaze...

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FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 12 July 1890

" LINDER i?. (FROM oun o ow CORRESPONDENTr.) ~,It ill l?e-apparent to anyone who reads the aliorniugtqon~ St/amlard, and other influental organs of cews, that the Peninisula- is suffer ti ?'eriomlthe prcevailing epedemic R a yily 1' evor," :mdli;hnat the colntros of population hvc. sevore convulsions. ifr Slcohan iid x eol-cuiillor Head, aremiory much lilanmed for their conduct it the ,Rail iay ileetilg held at Red Hill, wiihich wias called,; the Hon. Seeret?iv staitdl;, foth; purpos 'of lT xiresig appliroval ofthselieduled hiue, and those peo pl in .favor thereof, nd i ncitrested Sifi; &e cJ wer.invtfed to atteiin. Hence the rpesenlce, by :o'ois of their " initeresti tliheiri fi nuniilbeirif thie ,east :r~espectalble ipcjiJJteibieuicd in "telligent 'ate p'l ers from tfie miurroundi ""g lar-sof: t disterj? 'Th'Iey Ait m good fith, anover droeahiin that d'iscussioni was' to b:li?itifled Faucy. the cliirninin, M3I" Shdelihin ,e fusinig any amneidmnentI or,; division: 2S votini...

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