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WAGGA WAGGA CIRCUIT COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7TH, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

WAGGA WAGGA CIRCUIT COURT. "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7TIX, 18G9. His Honor took his seat at 10 o'clock, and proceeded to sontence tliG prisoners convicted, as follows:- , , , ... , Charles Church, who pleaded guilty to a charge of sheep-stealing, was sentenced to two years hard labour in Maitland Gaol. John Morpliy, convicted of uttering a forged cheque, was sentenced to two years hard labour in Darlinghurst Gaol. William Stanley, convicted of larceny, was sentenced to twelve months hard labourm Wagga Wagga Gaol. William Philips, convicted of an indecent assault, was sentenced to two years hard labour in Darlinghurst Gaol. Thomas Lunt, convicted of sheep stealing, ?was sentenced to twelve months hard labour m This concluded the business, and the Court adjourned sine (lie. CIVIL CAUSES. THURSDAY, Aruit. 8TH, 1869. MATE V. NUGENT. , His Honor Judge Cheeke took his seat at 10 o'clock. This cause was called on. Mr. Darley, instructed by Messrs. Walsh and Betts, appeared for plaintiff. Mr. Pilcl...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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A TALE OF THE BUSH. (continued from our last.) III. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

; A TALE OF THE BUSH. ( continued from our last>) iti. I arrived at Bendigo is safety, stayed a day or Wo in the township, and passed on to Eagle Hawk Gully, whore I took up my quarters in the tent of a gentleman from Adelaide, who had come to the gold-fields more through curiosity than from a thirst for gain. It is not my intention to break the continuity of my story by giving a description of the amassing place in which I found myself; let it suffice to say that I purchased the requisite materials, and worked every day in a hole close to my friend's, ob taining, on an average, about seven ounces per week. Mr.. Jacob (the Adelaide gentleman) and I were sitting at breakfast, the first Sunday after my arrival, when he informed me that he expected, in an hour or So, a person who spent with him a portion of every Sunday. " He is," said he, " a most singular man. He was originally a convict in New ; South Wales; acted as shepherd during his. probation, or whatever they call it; used ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

" This la trao liberty, whon froeborn mon, Having to advlao tho public, may spoak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1889. THE largo number of signatures, nearly two hundred, obtained in a short time, and without difficulty, to the Municipal petition, is the best answer to the mal contents who believe in nothing that does not originate with themselves. We can quite understand the painful position of those pure-minded persons who Bee a great public movement in $ fair way of being carried out without their invaluable assistance ; but the position is one for which they have only to thank themselves. If they will persist on every possible occasion in taking up a position antagonistic to the best friends of the town, it cannot be a matter of surprise if, on any sub ject requiring hearty co-operation, they should not bo consulted. The men who originated this movement, and who, naturally, at the. public meeting, as sumed its direction,, may very well .afford all the 'insinuations of privat...

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WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 30. (Before F. A. TOMPSON, Esq., J.P.) CHARGE OF PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

WAGGA "VVAGGA POLICE; COUKT. TUESDAY, MAKOH 30. (Boforo F, A. TOMPSON, Esq., J.P.) CHARUB OLF TEEJUKY. Thomas Francis O'Connor, remanded from Urana, was charged with having committed wilful and corrupt perjury at the Court of Petty Sessions hold at Urana on tho 20th day of July last. Tho former depositions, taken at Urana, having been read, Henry' Baylis, Police . Magistrate deposed that on tho 2()fch of Jtily he sat on tho Urana Bench as a magistrate, when one William Albert Rose was brought before tho Court for larceny; tho present prisoner gave cvidenco on that occasion against Rose. (Deposition of prisoner pro duced and identified.) William Albert Rose, tho prosecutor, de posed that on the 20th of July last ho was arrested for misappropriating two cheques; tho present defendant was a witness against him, and swore that ho had never authorised him to get two cheques from Mr. Rand; witness now swore that defendant had au thorised him to get tho cheques from Mr. Rand, and also empo...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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SELECT POETRY. WITH THE CURSE ON HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

SELECT POETRY. WITH THE CURSE ON HIM. I DREAD the early morning when breaking dawn appears, For I find that then I mostly have the "shakings" and. " the queers," £m still yorso when I'm dressing ; I shudder as I try To brush my hair, or shavo me, with those black things creeping by. Yet, I novor shirk my liquor, I drink on like a man, I drink what o'er I'm Able, I drink where e'er I can. 1 bate the thought of breakfast, how'can ft follow eat, With a raging hcadacho <m him, (how I loath the sight of meat), With a dead weight on my stomach with that singing in my ears, With that nervous shaking oa mo-I start at fancy fears. While imps with hideous faces around me closcly glide, And rats and beastly crawling things approach on every side. Yet, when 1 turn, upon them, and gaze with steady stare, They all crowd round behind hie, there's notk'uig where they were. In the air they're all about me, oa the ground they get behind, All their flitting mocking movements being madness t...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

TELEGRAPHIC) INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, Friday, 4 p.m. The Governor leaves town on the 16fch, and officially .visits Bathurst, Orange, Wellington, and Forbes. j The Anglican Synod is still sitting. | Archbishop Polding haB proceeded \ to the Catholic Conference at Mel bourne. ? The report of the-Select Committee has confirmed the. bribery of Victorian Members.

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STOCK REPORT. ADVERTISER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

* STOCK REPORT. ADVERTISER Office, Friday Evening. Jt&e cwe f<y?is 4e pastoral circles is, of coarse, the change it ($ie weather, and Us magical ex-suit#, ifirtm every pari of the colony, we ixar ihe -e&TKe -wccowte-splendid rain, and the £mg-paTc,h(dKiul barren country reaming Wider ilic hifitccr.cc tf Zhe blessing. .Squalling ftrctpectt ape, »f course, looking up, and a irillumt Jcaam is anticipated. Bright, hwever, as squatting prospects may now appear, xos wcId sncwMxcKd caution in withholding tnrpics -stock from the market.' The overstocked teSl fikd it to their profit to moil those toko have u&stocked or zender olocked a&in'ry to stock. Zl st.u.it be. home i>5 mind that summer, with Sts dry and and atmosphere, toiil come mgabi. Ther^fbre, we wei&d tzdvhtt those v>ho have snare cattle sr sheep than their station* will profitably carry to tales advantage of the present spurt and divide ? the advance in value tzith Ike buye...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

f IS . PUBLISHED every Wednesday find Saturday, at tho Officc, Traill-streoti Wagga Wagga, and delivered at an early hour to subscribers in the, town, and by mail throughout the colonios. . TERMS: SUBSCRIPTION. ' ; 'I Per Quarter, In town, Pnyablo In advanoo 8s. Qnartor, posted .. ditto ... 10a: Per Quarter, poBtod, credit . .. "' lis. I N.B.-Tho quarters termlnato on tho 31st Mnrcli, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December, at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving notice, and paying tho amount duo to tho end of tlio. curront quarter. New subscribers are received at any time' and charged proportionately to tho tormination of the current tiireo months; but unless parsons order ing thoipapor are known at tho ofiice, wo do not, oun.ro.ntoo that it will bo forwarded if the order Is unaccompanied by a remittance of at least ono quarter's subscription in advanco. ADVERTISEMENTS.' First Inch 3s. Evory additional Inch, Is. Od. ; 25 por cent, allowed off 13 insertions; 3...

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HAY. MR. JAMES FORSYTH'S REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

HAY. MR. JAMES FORSYTE'S REPORT* AN active demand for all description of store stock. It is, however, impossible for either sheep or cattle to travel, owing to the very opposite canse which prevented then from doing so a fortnight Bince. I am assured by old residents on the Murrnmbidgee, that so much water has not existodnn tho face of the country as there is now since 1852. The inconvenience this occasions will shortly disappear, whilst the benefit will- be lasting. I have sold 1500 mixed store sheep at an advance of one shilling a head on recent quotations, and I have instructions to in crease by that amount thejprice demanded for 12,000 store ewes now m my hands for sale on the .Murrumbidgee. SEVERAL local mobs of store cattle now under offer will doubtless change hands as soon as the .ground has hardened suffi ciently to permit their being mastered. April 5th, 1869. KANGAROOS.-These animals are becoming a great pest this year to the farmers in the Yass district. The kangaroos ar...

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MESSRS. GEORGE FORSYTH AND CO'S. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 April 1869

MESSRS. GEORGE FORSYTH AND GO'S. REPORT, FAT CATTLE.-Fat cattle are scarce. Good mobs would- moot a ready salo at good pram PAT SHEEP.-Wo experience an increasing v demand for prime fat sheep, and have dis placed several mobs under offer. Some of our constituents are sending their fat Btock to our Melbourne correspondents for sale there in preference to selling on the station. STORK C.VTTI.K. - Wo have sold 250 head, chiefly cows and young cattle, to Mr. Samuel Posey of the Mandania Station, Bland, on account of Mr. A. G. Jones. Terms and price satisfactory. Demand steady, at late rates. Wo have a mob of about 200 mixed stores expected daily, also a mob of 200 cows reported first class, and two other lots under offer. STORK SHEW.-Store Blicep aro in consider able demand, and are advancing in price. Several large mobs have been .withdrawn from sale for the present. STATIONS.-We have stations under offer and now being inspected. We expect to report Bales shortly. NOTK.-As we are revis...

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THE RAKISH DWARF. (From "Count Petarkin," in the AngloColonial Monthly Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

THE RAKISH DWARF. (From "Count Petarkin," in the Anglo Colonial Monthly Magazine.) " POOF !-bow hot it is ! Enough to Bfcifle a man," The words wore spoken in very light, brisk, silvery tones, marked by some petulance and im patience. The doctor looked np, startled a little. He had to lower his glance before he could see anyone. The speaker was close beside hiin, but was so low in stature as to stand no higher than the table. " Is it you, my lord ? " said the doctor, bowing with amused ironic politeness. "I hope I see your lordship quite well." " Bah. Don't call me ' my lord.' You know I hate it. It's what the boys in the street shout after me. Always my lord, my lord!' Why? Because, they are fools, rabble, canaille^ " They apply the word, I notice, invari ably to dwarfs, cripples, and deformed persons. . The term is derived from the Greek, probably-though, of course, they don't know that." ' But am I bent forward, concave, crooked ? Am I crippled or deformed ?"" This was asked with...

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LITERARY EXTRACTS. A FOGEY'S CONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

LITERARY EXTRACTS. A FOGEY'S CONTENT. Tuf.re was never a blessing invented To compare with a mincl that's contented We've all often wished what, If our wish we had got, Having wished, we should soon have repented. In my young days a girl onco I sighed for. Had I then married her whom I tried for, I might have a fat wife, I, at my time of life, And grown-up girls and boys to provide for. Now myself I have only to care for. I rejoice most exceedingly therefore; For my means are so small That I have nothing at all Any others with comfort to spare for. To my lot I but need the addition Of more money to purchase fruition, " You wera better without, You'd perhaps get the gout; Fond of burgundy." True, 0 Physician! There is something in that observation, Let me add it to my consolation, Smith cut me out of Ann, Smith, poor family man ! There, I'm not in old Smith's situation ! You young fellows in love unrequited, Lads rejected, or jilted, or slighted, Very likely you may Live, as I do to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

HOLLOWAY'S OlNTMENT'AND PiLLS^ Ab-' scesses', Erysipelas, Piles-Unvarying success attends all who treat diseases according to the simple 'printed directions wrapped, round each pot and box.. They, are invaluable to the young and timid, whose bashfulness sometiilies endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trilling expense . will enable the most diffident to conduct,any caso to a happy is3ue, without exposing secret infirmities to anyone. The Ointment arrests the spreading inflammation, restrains the excited vessels, cools ? the over-heated akin,' alleviates throbbing and smarting pains, and gives great ease. The same directions, also clearly point out when and how Holloway,^ Pills are to betaken, that their purifying and regulating powers' may : assist by adjusting mid strengthening the constitution.: ) ; > v. ' ". AD VERTlSlijMEjSTTS. " - - ~i Brush. Fencing...; . - ! VV.lOTIi C J MORGAN, j Groug Groug, . ? . near Narandera. '< au- wiii > , To...

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MR. WYLLIE AVENGES THE MURDER OF HIS SON. (From the Hawke's Bay Herald.) Turanganui, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

1 MR. WYLLIE: AVEST&ES : THE' MUE-; - DER OF HIS SON; < . (From. the- Ilawke's: Bay ITerald.): ; v v. ?Turanganui; March. 7. :- ! 'Oil Friday last; 5th instant, 'abont'9. in tlie morning Mr:: Elstoii, Accompanied by a friendly native lad, was proceeding to >vae-_ ranga-ahika; whilst .passing Kukrito a natiye kiaugaiioar Patutalii, Mr. Elatoti was at-': tracted by a ; white flag'flying in front of!a' native cauip, which' he roconnoitered, and' 'found to contain about twenty people. , jS;pt! knowing their character and intentions, and .declining .to give implicit credence to the. flag of truce, which might have Been-ft' ruse,' Mr. Elston very sensibly retired before being discovered, and proceeded to the constabulary, camp at Makaraka, where, without "creating an alarm which might prove baseless, lio quietly told the conimandingofficer' of' what lie had witnessed, upon which two constabu lary. men were directed1 to accompany Mr. Elston back to Kukuto, to .ascerta...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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LATEST FROM NEW ZEALAND. THE FIGHT AT WHAKATANE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

'LATEST FROM. NEW ZEALAND. THE FIGHT AT WHAKATANE. , Wc (Empire) havo Auckland papers to the 22iul ultiino. , . The Makctu correspondent's lottor of I5th March to the New Zealand Herald of tlio 22iul March givoa full particulars of the fight. It appears that the Uriweras lost heavily in tlio assault upon tho friendly natives' pa, niuo chiefs are noticcd particularly. Iliakara, and that bloodthirsty villain Taumaikowha, the murderer of tlio Arawa mailman, Wireinu I'opata, and Mr. Bonnott "VVliito. A uativo woman who visitod Whakateno after tho light, was told by To ICoofci's own pcoplo that they had sustained a loss of 45 killed. Tho loss of Hohaia's party was only 12, ,ao that in this case To Keoti was clearly 'tho loser, bosides suffering tho mortification of boiuig outwitted. It may bo boiuo con solation, by-tlic-bye, to our own Genorals to know that they aro not tho only ones who capture oinpty pas. On Friday night, tho 12th, at Whalcatane, being very rainy, To Kooti mado an atte...

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ETTERSHANK, EAGLESTONE, & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

-ETTERSHANK, EAOLESTONE, & Co's. REPORT. FAT CATTLE.-A fair supplyhas been offered during the week, and we have to report a marked improvement as regards quality. Competition was brisk, and late quota tions were fully maintained. Prime quality cattle realised 25s per 100 lbs j good do, 20s to 22s (id. FAT SHEEP. - The largo supplies in the dealers' hands and the numbers coming forward have prevented any improvement in prices. Prime quality sheep are, how ever, eagerly inquired for, and can be reiulily disposed of, but at low prices. Good quality 501b wethers realised 8s. STORE STOCK.-The inquiries for both cattle and sheep are more numerous ; but, with . the general rains which have fallen, owners are now in a position to hold their Btock, and a considerable advance In prices must take place before sales can be ef fected. Wo have buyers for bullocks, ' spayed cows, and wethers of fattening ? ages.-Our Melbourne firm, by telegram, 7th. April, 1869, reports prime beef at 30s p...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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THE FLANEUR IN SYDNEY ON HIS MEDICAL ADVISER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

THE:!i?LANEURl:IN SYDNEY' .ON'HIS MEDICAL ADVISER. MR. JOHN .BOWIE Wiisos,, whatever; wo may think of liini as a politician, .is entitled <.tb,ljq heard in matters relating to the niedical profession, to which, it way be assumed, litj [has paid,some'attention. Associated: with a number of other crochetty people, ho has for > a long;time, beea endeavouring to.get in the ,thin eud-,of . the wedgo iu the,, shape of> a :Maino Liquor Law, which, is,to put an end to, tho-.consumption of intoxicating .drinks ; and now ho, is commencing a crusade against .flesh-food, and wishes to deprive me.of . .my meat besides stopping my. grog. Tea, Mr. , Wilson is; equally hard, upon,. and. I,: who havo; committed ho offence. against .the State; am to be reduced to homiiiy and. cold water, Whon Oliver Twist was locked; up .in Mr. , Sowerberry's cupboard, having,. as Mr. Noah Claypole described it, '. turned; wicious," the secret of Oliv.er's insubordination . was clearly explained by M...

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MESSRS. GOLDSBROUGH BURT, AND Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

MESSRS. UOLDSBROUGH BURT, AND CO'S. ? .' ! . . REPORT. FAT' CATTLE. '- Only a small Bupply, and; prices firm, at last week's rates. Best beef realising fully 25s per lOOlbs. As tiie bulk , of the lots in arid about Sydney are in the bands of the dealers, we do not expect much alteration for the next two or three weeks. -"FAT CALVES.-A moderate supply,; prices range from 12s Gd to 30s. FAT SHEEP.-The business of the week has been pretty well confined to the carcase trade. No sheep coining forward direct - from graziers, prices still rulelow, mutton being carca3ed at the Abbattoirs at 1 id per lb. There is, however, no difficulty in getting good heavy weights sheep at fair JAtes. AVe shall offer, this week, a flock of Messrs. Christian's, from their well known Walliollow station. FAT LAMBS.-In good demand. We sold ono lot from 10s 6d to 15s. STORE STOCK.-Little or nothing doing. April 8th, 18G9. !

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GOULBURN ANNUAL RACES. (From the local papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

GOULBURN ANNUAL RACES. (From the. local papers) Tiiese races commenced on Wednesday, but' ?the 'weather proved, rather unfavourable/ .Ihq rain, which began to fall on Monday,: ? came down copiously 'all day on Tuesday, and' . UP to a lato hour in the night. The result was, that not only were the streets and : t'ie approaches to tho course very s^ft-and muddy, but tho course itself . wasT soft,* and,i after one or two races, taxed the strength, ijf the horses very much. , ' i"' Annexed is an account of, Wtjdhesday'^ ' racmg:- _ 1 v First Race.-Maiden Plate of 50 sovs.jf.witll a-sweepstokes. of 5. sovs. each added ; ., half forfeit ; for'all maiden horses at the time of cntrnicQ ; r.^milo ; second horse , ...1» f?o?jii<3 Mif;tlie'sweep? 'Penalties for . ? 'winning after entrance: Once- fllbs. . " twico,, 71ba..; not.accumulative- " Eu^ . trance, 4 sovs i Mr. T.. Ivorys g,-.5- Grey. Momus- (lato t _ Dragon), 5 yrs (Bonnet)..1 F. R.^ L. Rossi s b h-Orville,'aged - ' (F. Munoz...

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MUDGEE. MISSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 14 April 1869

MUD GEE. MISSRS. GROSSING AND COX'S REPORT.". , FAT CATTLE.-A fair supply _came forward for the ..past week, the principal part of ?which were from fair to good quality, " which commanded a spirited competition, and cleared out at about late quotations. For some time back we have been solely dependent upon the Goulbourn River, dis district for a' supply, which locality has produced' some really good quality, thus proving the benefit of fencing and impro ving the land. Best pens bullocks may be quoted 130s to 140s ; cows, 100s to 120s ; medium bullocks, 90s to ,100s ; cows 80s to 90s. We sold 35 bullocks, 100s to 120a ; 43 coys, S4s to 110a. FAT SHEEP!-Good quality are a really scarce article in the market, and much in quired for. Middling and inferior, plenti ful and dull of sale, except as a substitute for better quality. Best wedder3, 56 lbs, may be quoted 9s 6d to 10s; middling and inferior, 5s to 7s Od. ? STORE CATTLE.-We have a good demand for well-bred lot3 of suitable ages fo...

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