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Mems. for Dairy Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

Hems, for Dairy Farmers. It is proposed to establish a creamery at St. Mary's, noarPenrith. Berry Dairy Oo. treated 63,000 gallons of milk last mouth. Barrengarry Dairy Co. received 76,580 gallons milk for last month, and' paid suppliers 3jd per gallon. Farmers in the vicinity of Cabbagetree Creek, near Nowra, are moving tor tne establishment of a butter factory. Tho Department ef Agriculture will shortly issue an exhaustive article on the Babcock milk-tester. Chaffey Brothers are forming in London companies for the cultivation of 5000a. blocks in Australia, with a view to develop ing the fruit trade. Dapto farmers who before the Jd ro duction were suppliers to the F. F. and I. Co., have for some time past been sending thoir milk to the Country Milk Co.'s creamery at Dapto, tho Country Milk Co. having paid bi per gallon all through. A press telegram from Lismore states that several purchases of land have been made recently by South Coast dairymen, with the intention of settling ther...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Question of Title. RAILWAY LAUD RESUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

A Question of Title. RAILWAY LASD RESUMPTION, Mr. H. P. Owen, on behalf --f Percy Owon, inovtid in the Supremo Court on Monday laBt, before the Chief Judge in Equity, fur the payment out of court «f the sum of £400 paid in by the construct ing authority (tlie Minister for Works) under the Kiama to Nowra Railway Act of 1890, for nu allotment of land, tho property of Percy Owen. It nppeurcd, according to counsel's statement, that thero were 16 other allotments resumea, which were in possession of the testator, Bobert Owen, who diod 14 years ago, and upon his death the uxoeutors found a , 9 good title to all of them, but the question ^ t was as to tho title of the land tho subject | of the present application. There waB 1 conclusive proof that the teBtator, Robert ^ Owen, and after him his executors, had been in possession of the bind for 24 years, and, apart from tenancy, possession could bo established for 40 years, and the only dealing with the land was by a conveyance in 1840 by th...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

CRICKET. The unfinished match Nowra v. Cambe wnrra, for the Speight Cup, will be resumed next Saturday, on the Show ground, Nowra. The Gerringong Council has decided, provided the public co-operate, to lay a concrete wicket in the cricket ground on the local recreation reserve.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. NOWRA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

SPOUTING. NOWRA RIFLE CLUB. The first competition for quartorly prizes under tho auspice* of the newly formed Nowra Rifle Club took place at the butts on Wednesday last. The day was all that could be desired for good shooting, and, taking into consideration that it is now some mouths since any practice was indulged in, the shooting wbb very good. W. B. Armstrong scored 34 out of a possible 35 at 600 yards, making six bull's-eyes in sucoession, r-ydB-, T'l 600600 W. B. Armstrong ? 34 27 ... 61 Jas. M'Arthur ? 30 29 .. 59 R. T. Thorburn ? 30 24 ... 54 Stanley* ? 25 28 ... 63 A. E. Prott ? ... 28 25 ... 63 G. S. Roberts ? 27 25 ... 52 P. Taylor ? 20 29 ... 49 R. Arnold ? 14 22 ... 36 Dr. Ennis ? 9 22 ... SI T. R. Peak ? 6 18 ... 24 'Assumed name.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

' When a man is a thief,' said Mr. Attorney Levien recently in the Assembly, ' he generally likes to con vey the impression that he is prac tically honest, and he usually, makes ? ? €A very good lawyer,' inter jected Mr. Allen, 11 Ma,' said a newspaper man's son, 'I know why editors call themselves ^we.1'1 'Whyf-So's the man that dosen't like the article will think there are too many people for him to tackle.' We most heartily recommend Wolfe's Schnapps as a pure invigorant, good alike for men, women and even infants. It tones and braces up the system and aids digestion. One pound orders are placed under the labels of many of the large bottles. To secure the genuine article buy e whole boltle, and don't be imposed on by imitations. Wolfe's Schnapps is a well known and well tried stimulant, and was sold fifty years ago by chemists as a Tonifi. *

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The South. Coast Dairy Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

The South Coast Dairy Cow [By 'Admibke.'] This season b South Const Shows have brought forth cattle that have never been surpassed at any preceding Shows. At all Societies' luncheons, when judges of all classes are present, those in the cattle section have stated that they have never seen better cattle put together, and theBe remarKS i quite coincide wun. At the last Berry A. and H. Society, the dairy oattle were, no doubt, inagm ficent, having at their head Mr. Lind say's beautiful Ulawarra cow, '.Honey- combe,' testing 124 lbs. of milk in three milkings and 32 lbs. of butter in 7 days. Mr. Thos. Somerville took second place with ' Gracey ' a Bplendid roari cow, showing almost,. perfect hindquarters. The third place was allotted to. Mr. T.- W. Cole's, another roan, descended, no doubt, from the Major cattle. 'The dairy bulls were equally well represented, nearly all being roan in colour, a very fancy colour in the South Coast dis tricts. Mr. J. Dudgeon took first and champion prize...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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E.S. and A.C. Bank. TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

E.3. and A.0. Sank. TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF PAYMENT. News was received in Sydney on Wed nesday evening from the head office in Australia of the English, Sottish, and Australian Chartered Bank that the directors in London had ordered tho temporary suspension of buslnoss there, and at all tho Australian branches. In consequence of the loss of £200,000, as Bhown in the last half-yearly report, or the mode of providing for it, the shares fell from £19 at the beginning of the year to £6 10s or £6 15s, quoted several days ago. Owing to this great reduction in share price, depositors took alarm, and although no further losses have been acknowledged, the drain in all the colonies has run into £2,000,000. An attempt to make arrangements for assistance in Mel bourne was not successful, and the direc tors ordered the temporary suspension of the bank. For some few weeks past, since the value of the shares began to drop so considerably in the London market, deposits have been withdrawn from tho ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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THE FEELING AT BEERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

THE FEELING AT BEERY. Mr. A. J. Colley, manager of the Berry branch of the E.S. and A.C. Bank, had little trouble explaining matters to con stituents -on Thursday. Asked by a News representative what he thought of the suspension and its probable result, he ventured the opinion that the strong hold ing of coin, along with the bank's reserve funds and the reserved liability of share holders, should mnke depositors quite BBcuro. He regarded tho suspension as merely temporary, mid believed that a reconstruction with colonial shareholders should niako the bank's position stronger than ever. Both the Berry and Nowra branches are still transneting business furcustomera. Mr. Colley was yesterday opening new accounts. There was no excitement at tho Berrry branch, and Mr. Colley, in common with Mr. Hewlett and others, considers that the suspension was a step wisely taken before the gold-reservoirs were drained away by withdrawals through lack of confidence. Though local customers are inconven...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NOWRA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

THE NOWRA BRANCH. Mr. Hewlett, manager of the Nowra branch of the E.S. and A.C, was advised the first thing on Thursday morning of the bank's suspension, and proceeded at once to act upon directions. The bank did not open until 11 o'clock. A number of the ; bank's constituents wanting to do business, wondered why a delay of an hour hac occurred in opening the bank. , Several farmers came in to town to -cash cheques, and soon the situation dawned upon them and townspeople alike. When telegraphic news of the suspension came to hand a small crowd collected in front, of : the bank, and a little excitement ensued. Mr. Hewlett had to answer many enquiries, and. succeeded in .assuring. most of the anxious ', people that the bank had simply suspended payment pending reconstruc tion. One of the banks' constituents, a townsman, was exceedingly alarmed, and for a long time persisted in his belief that 'the business people were done 1' Con siderable inconvenience has been caused many shareholde...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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A Painful Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

A Painful Case.     Mrs. Nora Harvey, wife of Mr. Thomas Harvey, residing near Nowra, applied to their Worships Messrs. Nesbitt, Bice, and Glanville at the Shoalhaven Police Court on Tuesday, for an order prohibiting publicans and others from supplying her sister, Elizabeth Tierney, with spirituous liquors. Mrs Harvey stated that her sister was a married woman, living with her husband, who was also addicted to drink, and frequently indulged to excess. Her sister had to her knowledge been drinking to excess during the past twelve months ; in fact, she might say her sister was always drinking, and through such habit had brought her family to destitu- tion. Mrs. Tierney's husband was at present in the hospital. He had served several sentences in gaol for offences   occasioned by drink. Sergeant Sykes said that Mrs. Harvey's statements were perfectly correct, and the Bench then made an order prohibiting the supply of liquor to Mrs. Tierney for a pe...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Dividing Fence. PORTEOUS v. HYAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

A Dividing Fence. PORTEOUS v. HYAM. la the Small Debts Court, Nowra, on Tuesday last, before Messrs. Nisbett, P.M., J. Glanville, and Z. G. Bice, Js.P., James Porteous sued Joseph Hyam for the recovery of £4 5s 8d, half-share of cost of erecting a dividing fence. Mr. Marriott (for Mr. Whittell) appeared for) plaintiff) and Mr. Black- more for defendant. The evidence was to the effect that plaintiff had purchased from defendant certain land in Bridge street, Nowra, upon which a dividing fence was afterwards erected. But, when the fence was completed,   plaintiff neglected to bill Hyam for one-half cost of the work, and did not send in an account until after the expiration of nearly eight months. During a conversation between the     parties shortly after the sale of the land, so plaintiff deposed, a verbal agreement was come to as to the cost of the fence, defendant agreeing to pay half such cost, which was now repre- sented by plaintiff's claim...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 15 April 1893

LOCAL NEWS. New Culvbbt.— The Berry Council requires tenders for the erection of % pile culvert at Connors', on the main road at Meroo. The work is to be done on a modified plan. Visitors.— Mr. Joseph Martiudile, the chief engineer of the b.b. Ulawarra, together with his good lady and eon, are on a visit to the district, and are juBt non enjoying the balmy air of the quiet village of Greenwell Point. RBsraM ation.— Mr. D. L. Dyinock last week tendered to tho Kiama Agricultural Society his resignation of the office of President. Tho committee deputed several members to wait upon Mr. Dymock and ask him to reconsider his decision. Appeal Cocrt.— A court for the hear ing of appeals against the annual assess ment of rateable properly within tho Numba municipality will be held at Ndwra on May 2. Notices of appeal inuBt be lodged with the Council Clerk at Numba not later than the 25th instant. Licensing Coubx.— A special licensing Court was held in Nowra on Tuesday. A renewal of publican's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1893

SHOPPING BY POST! Dress Fabrics for Autumn and , : , . Winter Wear. 42in. 'Wool Itengaliiiea, 2s 2J and 3b 3d )- t ynrd ; 40in. French Serges, 2s 2d per j id ; 44in. Cheviot Serges, Sis 9-1 per yard ; A tin. Auioz u Cloths, 2s 9d per yard ; 46in. »-'aj5-mWl- Serge, 3s 6.1 per yerd ; 46in. V. oul ]Spi»gl&, 4-i p?r yard ; 43in Knicker '4'M«e-l8,- 2s al prr yard ; 43i». Yorkshire .'?litii'g*, 2s(ifl per yard ; 44in.Shot Cheviots, :-8. (9d::per yard ; 44in. Kpingle Diagonals, 3» 9d jior yard. ; Shot Kept, Brocaded Epingles, Tartan -;iiecUs. .itnucW and Tinted Tweeds, in ii'iagiiifict-nt variety. Waterproof Austral Serges from 2s 6d to GsCa.peryB.rd4 Unproofed Austral Serges, 40 inch, 1b lid (special value). .^Patlernt .Pool. Free on Application. Mantles, Jackets, Uls'ers, Cloaks, ?'''' Furs, &c, In New Shapes. Mantles in Black Cloth, Silk, or MatalaBBe, 47b 6d to £10 10s. Jackets in Twei-d Mixtures and Plain Serge, 17s Od to 45s. : ? Ulsters in. stylish Yorkshire and Sco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1893

KEATING'S OOTJGH LOZENGES cure Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis. Medi cal testimony states that no other modi cine is so effectual In the cure of those dangerous maladies. One Lozenge alone gives case, one or two at bedtime ensures rest. For relieving difficulty of .breath ing they are invaluable. They contain no opium nor any violent drug. . -Sold by all Chemists, in fins, Is ljd and 2s 9d each. TFaitubib DiscovBEr for the Hair — If your' hair is turning grey or white, or falling pfl; usp . ' The Mexican .Hair Benewer,'' for it. will positively' restore in every case Orey or White lucir to its original colour, without leaving the dis agreeable -smell of most 'Restorers'' It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed, Aek jour Chemist for ??iTaJB Mbxioaw Haik Bbsewek,' sol.J byChprnists and Perfumers- everywhere at 3s. Cd per Buttle. Wholesale 'depot, B3; £ wring-ion Eoad, London, ttnglaud. lYomtiNEl — F...

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The Churches. ORDER OF SERVICES TO MORROW [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1893

,The Churches OBDER OF SERVICES TO-MORROW CHURcn of England. -Tcram 0.45 a.m., Nowra 11 a.m., mid 7.30 p.m., and Toniernng 3, Rov. E. Woutton. Bam erang 3 (supply). Wbsleyan.— Nuwrall, Mr. Jas. Shep herd ; 7, Rev: H. W. T. Pincombe. Nowra Hill 2.30, Mr. E. Chaseling : 7, Mr. Mr. T. Jarretfc, Yerriyong 2.30, Mr. R. ' Crawford. Kangaroo Valley 11 aud Cam ? bewarra 2.30, Rev. H. W. T. Pincombe. Barrengarry 7, Mr. Thou. Brook*. West Cambewarm 11, Mr. T. Jarrett Presbyterian. — Nowra 11 and 7, and Pyroo 2.30, Eov. J. K. Bruce. Barrier 11 andYalwal7, Mr. Alex. Robertson. Presbyterian Week-night Service. — Monday, April 24, Vfegl Cambewarr'a and Toinerong ; Tuesday, 25, Cumbewarra ; Wednesday, 26, Nowra and Greenwell Point; Thursday, 27, PyrecBandof Hope; Friday, 28, NurobaBund of Hope. §lte Jiboalhaucn jjtara. PUBLISHED EVERY SA.TCB.DA1t HOUSING. 'BijtiBt, and fear not. Let all the ends thou aim'st at Be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's.' .^SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1893.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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"How Shall we Decide this Question?" . [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1893

' How Shall -we Decide this Question?' . Now, which it the worse— $0 have, no appetite for your dinner, or to iiave no dinner for your appetite ? There aro lots of people oa the one Bido ?or the other of this question. When 'good digestion waits on appetite and health on both,' that is the ideal attitude ; of a person towards his meals. But most , of us. are not blessed in thai way; we either have too ' much food without an . appetite, or a vigorous appetite without enough to 6Rtiefy it Different folk Will answer tnis question muerently, yet the common sense of it is that, within reason able limits, it is belter to have an appetite without a dinner, because, short' of the starvation line, a hungry mau is a healthy man; whereas a man who ought to eat and doesn't feel like eating, stands in need of 'alterations and repair?.' To illustrate. We recently 'received a .communication in which the writer says, ' I was afraid to eat.' Did ho fancy his food was poisoned, or did his nature rebe...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1893

The case which came before the Shoal haven Police Magistrate in Nowra on Tuesday last, in which the Jindiandy Dairy Company, Ltd., were the plaintiffs, and Mr. John Geeen, of Crookhaven, the defendant, showed clearly that co-operative dairy com panies are greatly to blame in not having properly drawn-np papers or vouchers ,to rely upon should a case anecting their interests lie orougnt De fore a court of justice. Mr. Ntsbett remarked that in every case of the kind upon which he had adjudicated in this district he had found evidence which led him to conclude that the companies were almost powerless bo far as legal documents were concerned. The factories, in fact, had none of those documents upon which they should very properly be expected to work as cooperative concerns. It is to be hoped the Police Magistrate's remarks will strike those who have the management of butter factories as being of great importance, and that the managers will accordingly see that their arrangements do not ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Commercial. MESSES FOLEY BROTHERS' WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1893

Commercial ' Messrs IFoley Brothers' WkeklV Ekport. i. batter, dairy. Os Gd to Oa 7d per ft „ factory, Os 8d to Os 9d per lb Bacon hand-cured, 6d to 7d per ft s, machine-cured, 6 jd to CJd per ft Hams, hand-wired, 9d to lOd per ft . ? ,, . machine-cured, 7d to 8d per Hi Lard, id to 6d per lb Eggs, Is 7d to 1b 8d ntr doz. Fowls, Is6d to 3s Od per pair . ' ° . . Ducks, 2s 6d to 3s Od per pair . Turkeys, 6s -5d to 10s Od per pair. Geese, 4b 04 to 6s Od per pair ' : ' _ ? ' ' Cheoso, 2Jd to 4d per ft ?? ???-?'??' Maize, 3s Cd to 4s 8d per bushel * Potatoes, £3 15s to £4 15a per ton . k Honey, 3d to 4d. ' . V Calves, 6s Od to 25a Od each \ . Calf-skins, Os 9d to la Od oach \ Pigs, Os 3Jd to 0s4d per lb ?* Bides, 0sldto0s2d - Tallow, £20 Os to £21 0 per ton ? ' WlioatiSsOdio 3s id per bushel ' Oats, feed, 2a 4d to 2b 6s per bushel ,,- seed, 2s 6d to 2s 8d per bushel Barley, Cape, 2s lOd to 3s Od per bushel Bran, Os 8|d,to Ob lQd per bushel Pollard, s 9|d to a lOjd per bushel ' Onions, £4 ...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1893

STews and Notes Numba Council wants 400 yards blue metal of 2-inch gauago. The McAdoo Jubilee singers are to appear nt Kiama next Wednesday. The Kiama Volunteer Company's annual social is to be held on 14th June. The Gerringong Council is improving the main road at Kenny's Hill. A number of Jatnberoo ladies have sent several boxes of goods to the Mayor of West Maitland for distribution to the flood sufferers. ?:. Board, lato of Shoalhaven, was married at ParrAinatta on the 11th instant to Miss Windsor, of Appiri. j' The manager of the City Bank, Kiama, has advanced the Kiama Gas Company £260 pending the': reconstruction of tho E.S. and A.O. Bank. . . The following figures (the first and last, at any rate) from tho Kiama Registrar's office for the quarter ending 31st March last, show that the; Kiama people are not wanting the spiritjpf their forefathers. The cost ofthe*ew retort house for the Kiama Gas Conigany was £381. The assets of the company are now valued at £5,341 19s 7d. fj* ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Manv People. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1893

: '- Maav PsobId Suffer ..a 'martyrdom of headaches and backaches, due to irregular habits and defective action . of 'the bowels. Such troubles are due to. a sluggish liver, which does not secrete sufficient bile to properly evacuate the bowels, and prevents the expulsion of the waste material collected from all parts of the: body. . Piles, fistulas, abscesses, and innHtnihation all arise from neglect of those fundamental laws of nature. If mankind will disobey the rules which ensure perfect health, and over-work, over-feed, and over-drink, they must pay the penalty. As a remedy auu Kouomi leguiaiiur ui Liiu syeujw lux persons suffering in a hereditary way for their ancestors' neglect or overindul gence, we recommend Dr. Fletcher's Pills as being the best the world produces, und the safest and1 most harmless medi cine extant. ' Sufferers are' particularly warneil not to use violent and drastic purgatives ; they are particularly dan garous. Dr. Fletcher's Pills aro as mild as a lamh,...

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