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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

To our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal Tiot receiving thoir paper regularly, ?will obligo by. promptly communicating tlio fact to tlio pro prietor, at tlio office of this paper. Appointment. ME. CHRISTOPHER MURR AY, of Numba, Shoalhavon, has beon duly appointed AGENT for tho Shoalhaven Telegraph ? ana Kiama Independent. All Orders for Advertise ments or Printing received, through him will bo promptly attended to, and liis recoipt for sub scription on account of eithor of the abovomen tioned Journals -will bo a sufficient discharge. ' ? ? JOSEPH WESTON, . , ? - Proprietor -Independent and. The Telegraph. ? ? Independent Office,. Kiama, Nov. 6, 1879. $|.e C'dcppt AND- SIIOALJIA VEN ADVERTISER. ' Published every Thursday noriiing THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1880. ?

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Ulawni'i-n SsMcam Mavigatioii ComiHiny. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE, Jjl II 0 M- S H 0 A L II AVE N, Moiulny, O a.nu TliursUiiy, S n.m. ' PROM SYDNEY; Tuesday and ltiYiiluy,' nt IX p.iii« All meals suppliod during tho passages of tlio steamers froo of clmrgo. Tho Stoam Droghers, undor chargo of Captain Buchanan, aro always ])lymg on tho Shoalhavon Rivor in connection with tho Sydnoy steamol's. E. MANNING. ; English, Scottish, and Australian^ Cliartci'cd Hank. V \ BRANCH of tliis Bank is now OPEN at J\. NOWRA, Shoalhavon, in .temporary promisos, for tho transaction of all usual bank ing business. JOHN DOWLING, Manager. Sydnoy, fitli Juno, 1878. Wanted to lie Known. ' ' '\TS7' JONES, Collins-street, ICiama, has ' W . Horses and Voliielos POR HIRE. Ho is prepared to run botweon Wollongong and UUadulla. Also, that ho is a cash purchaser of Hidos and skins in any quantity. D. LINDSAY BYMOCK, ' Auctioneer and Commission Agent, ? J AMBER 0 0. W, HAIL, V General Commission Agent, A*D PnOBm€KM^KCII...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gardeners' Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

Gai'dcners' Calendar. JANUARY. Kitchen Garden. — Just prior to an expected shower, turnips, carrots, peas, lettuce, spinach, and French beans may bo sown on suitably propared ground. Savoys, cabbages, and cauli llowors, should bo planted out ; caro boing taken that tho strongest and healthiest plants only from tho bed aro chosen — let thero bo a sufficient distance botweon the plants— two-and- a-half feet is not considered too much by somo gardeners. Whoro practicable, sowing in drills is strongly recommended, the bods being long and narrow, so that in hooing thoro need be no trampling on them. Flower GakAen. — Watering this month should bo sedulously attended to — lot it bo done before sunrise or after sunset : novor whon the nun is all powerful. Weeds will require keeping down, and tho boo must bo in frequent requisition. Dahlias, though late, may still bo planted. Bulbs may bo profitably taken up as soon as tho leavos aro withered, and after careful and gradual drying in tho shad...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 January 1880

ShoaUiaveu. SliippisiK Intelligence. I EXPOBTS. . Por Hunter (s.), Captain Walker, on tho 18th Docombor, 1870. To Sydnoy : 317 kegs butter, 22-1 bags maizo, 130 pigs, 149 cheeses, 49 bags potatoes, 43 cases eggs, 12 sides, 10 bags and 1 case bacon, 10 calves, 18 hides, 10 boxes poultry, 5 bags oysters, and sundries. To Kiama : 73 bags maizo, 2 chooses, 1 cask, 1 case, 1 box poultry. To Wollongong : 0 cheeses, 8 bags maizo, 5 packages, 2 bags bacon. Per Hunter (s.), Captain G. Walkor, on tho 22ud December, 1879. To Sydney : 187 bags maize, 57 bags potatoes, 20 cases eggs, 2 bags peas, 14 pigs, 2 calves, 3 bags oystors, 2 coops poultry, 2 cases fruit, 11 boxos poultry, 5 e.isks, 6 kogs, and sundries. To Kiama : 5G bags maize, 1 bag bags, 1 basket fish. To Wollon gong : 2 bags maizo. Per Mawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on tho 2Gtli Decomber, 1S79. To Sydnoy : 181 kegs butter, 17 cases eggs, 4 packnges leather, 1 bng bacon, 25 cheeses, 1 bag potatoes, 1 box parrots, 4 bags oysters. To Kiam...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

GKASSiiori'Eits aro , vory numerous, and aro doing much damngo in Lower Rivcrina. Meritorious ; Act.— Tho Kompsoy corres pondent of tho Manning River Times rolatos tho following moritorious act: — Oil Sunday morning John Killion, tho Armidalo mailman, whilo run ning in his mail horsos at tho Nulla, mot with a very sovoro accident, his horso falling and roll ing over him, broaking his thigh. Dr. Gildea was tolegrajihod for, and whon ~ho arrivod ho found it nocossary to havo- ,tho' j'oung man removed to Kompsoy; a' spring-cart was borrowed, but (ho roifds wore too rough to attompt such a journoy, so it- was proposed to call for volunteers to^'cavW him, and about 30 responded ; . 17 haftos woro lent, and. whilo oacli took his. turn at the corner of tho stretchor, tho others l-odo, tho injured man boing carried 4G miles by . these mon, somo of them being perfect strangers to him. \ ? Shyly he boht o'or the dainty head, And,,' Won't you ; won't you?' ' Ho softly said, ?? , ? Bogging from...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

To our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly, 'will . obligo by promptly communicating the fact to the pro prietor, at tho office of this paper. . ; Appointment. TV/I ®. CHRISTOPHER MURRAY, of Numba, _1_yJL Shoalhaven, has beon duly; appointed AGENT for the ? Shoalhaven Telei/raph ' -and Kiama, Independent. . AH Orders for Advertise ments or Printing recoived through him will bo promptly attended to, and! his receipt for sub scription on account of either of the abovoinon tioned Journals will bo a sufiiciontdiscliargo. , : r . JOSEPH WESTON, : . . Proprietor ?? ?' ;; . Independent and The Telegraph. . ? Independent QS&co, Kiama, Nov. 0,1879. AND SHOALHAVEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning THURSDAY. JANUARY 8, 1880.

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An Egg Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

? -Am Egg Story. . , There is an old story, and a vory satisfactory ono, to tho offect that a person lost a ring in tho sea, and somo years afterwards found it on opon ing a fish or an oyster, or some such marine creature. This story has been varied to suit dif ferent localities,\ but no great improvement was over patented on tho origin^ yarn.. It is 'pleas- ing to noto that the proseut/yoiii- brings forth a falsehood that is — a story, 011 tho same prmciplo, that rather out-ranks tho iish and ring oiitsido. It is told, also, with date, etc., and cannot pos sibly bo doubted. A certain physician states that on the lltli February last his wifo, while mixing 6omo meal for her fowls, missed her wedding-ring-, and after a fruitless soarch gavo it up as lost. On tho 8th of April, while oating ari' egg at breakfast, sho -felt ' tho -spoon grat0 against something bolow tlio yolk, aud on investigation fouud her ring fixed by moin branoous adhesions to tho bottom of tho ogg. Tho ogg, it is st...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

Telegraphic Intelligence. . ,[ri!OM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 2 p.m. Ono theory has exploded, upon which has v beon all eyes, viz., whether tho bushrangors wore fairly tried. John Stroll, the foreign , juryman, has written to tho papers stating that ho1 understood the entire evidonco, is a naturalized subject, and twenty-one years a resident of Sydney. Ho has also forwarded a certificate from Dr. Jackson, testifying, by seven year's experience, to his sound montal condition and gonoral intelligence. Visitors to Sydnoy should not omit seeing tho Pantomime, Victoria Theatro, which is tho best ever produced in Australia. The report of tho inquiry into the railway accidont at Parrainatta, is published, l't glaringly shows that the chief blamo rested with tho Trallic Manager. .Why driver Harrison's dismissal is mercilessly recominondod, and Carlisle escaped with fino and reprimand, is difficult to conceivo. Mr. Lackey's minute upon tho report says that drivor Harrison was wo...

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Cash Payments. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

Cash 1'aymentw. By Bisnor Clark. Some people make it arulo to pay for every thing as they go along, while otliors defer payment as long- as thoy can and perhaps novor pay at all. What aro somo of tho advantages of prompt payment ? 1. It keeps-- monoy in: brisk circulation. All tho value of money consists in its being a circulating medium. When it is locked up it is of no service: Piled away in vaults and kept thore, coin and paper aro worth nothing. Currency means ' that which runs.' If A pays B promptly, B can pay C, and so on through tlio alphabet. One dollar, moving swiftly, does moro sorvico than ton dollars moving tardily. It is not moro monoy that we want; thoro is wator enough,: but tho channel is not clehr, and so the stream can not run. 'J 2. It would save a 'great deal of time and labour. Tho profits on tlio salo of a yard of tape or a pint of rice do not pay for tho trouble of entering it in tho books. In many establishments the salaries of clerks cat up a largo part of t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTltIO TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. Onions, £5 to £6 por ton; potatoes, £5 10s to £6 ; maize, 2s 3d to 2s Gd por bushel ; buttor, 3d to 5d per lb ; eggs, lOd to Is: choeso, 3d to 7d ; bacon, 3d to 5d; lard, 2d: honoy, 3Jd; booswax, 8d; fowls, 3s 6d per pair ; ducks, 4s; cock turkys, 14s Gd ; hens, 6s 6d.

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"From up North." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

'From up Sforfli.' He had put in about thirty years on this mundane sphere, distant 90,000,000 miles from the sun, and his clothing had that limpsay, limber look, that gives a man away at once. Yes, ho was a little knee-sprung, and when he braced up, toplc a direct line for a lamp-post and imssed it,by four feet, he looked back and said : ; ? 'Well, I didn't wan' you anyhow! I'm able stan' up, jus' or same, 'thout any your help, an' you go or Texas!' . He came to this office. . Ho, lias something to do with a newspaper up 'North; arid ft sort of fraternal feeling drifted . him down Griswold street. He came up stairs 011. seventeen different angles. People- who were going down, as lie. came up were satis fied that he was aa'5 ariglo Saxori;- After recovering his poise he made a dive' into one of the editoral rooms and said : ' H'lo ! .Come 'or shoo you ! Been wa'n sliee you more'n year.' - , u . . ? Ho was asked to sit down. He .walked over to a chair, carefully seized'-tho'arms, tur...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

IjOCAIi IlTIiHiMGEICE. ? « ? The Regatta Club. — Tho attontion of mem bers, subscribers, and holders of subscription lists, is requested to tho notico of tho Treasurer advertised in tho present issue. Concert. — Readors will liavo noticod by advertisement for some timo past that tho Misses Glanvillo, havo in a laudablo mannor determined with the assistance of a fow friends, to givo a concert in aid of tlio Church of England now church at Nowra. Taking into account ' tho obiecfc to which tho proceeds aro to be devoted and the musical merits of tho lair donors tho audienco should bo large and appreciative. Timuer and other Licenses. — Tho Gazette of Wednesday tho 31st ultimo givos, among others, the undermentioned list of holders of liconsos to cut timber in tho Shoalhaven district : — Hard- wood: T. Thompson, J. Stutchbury, Thos. Warno, Ii. P. Abbott, William Warno, Win. Shophord, jun., Job Ilitchcock, Thos. Harvoy, T. E. Pepper, Louis Gerroy, Jas. Barham, John Sliarpe, Jos. Glanvill...

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A Nonagenarian. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

A AT«nagdiai-ian. There is a man living in Goelong, following Adam's profession, who has arrived at the patriarchal ago of ninety-four. This nona genarian was seen walking down Moorabool street on Monday aftornoon (says tho Gcclong Times), carrying a pick and shovel on liis left shoulder, and the inevitable ' billy ' in his right hand. Ho was returning from his vork — trenching a garden. He had walked ;o his work at Belmont, some two and a half miles from his home, accomplished his ten aours' labour, and walked back again. This man's name is Wilton. He sorved in tho British army in 1805, and was ono of thoso who enlisted whon tho scare of tho Bona parte invasion was in full force in England This old man has a clear rccolloction of fol lowing his mother to her gravo in a villago churchyard in Cambridge exactly eighty years ago. Ho has no l-olatives, having outlived them all. Ho had several sons and daughters, but thoy woro all swallowed up many years ago by an earthquake iu South Ame...

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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

IVovrra Mmiicijtal Council. Tuesday, January 6. The Council mot at tho usual plnco on Tuesday last, whon thoro wero presont— tlio Mayor, and Aldermen Grey and Elyard. — Minutes of pre vious mooting woro read and confirmod. — On tlio motion of Aldormon Elyard' and Gray, tlio Finance Committee's report, recommending pay ment of the following itoms, was adopted, and their payment ordered : T. Duff, four weoks' wages, £0 ; F. Sidnoy, do., £8 8s ; H. Abbott, An oornn.T.4 mi-M i'.'iO ? A ting thistles at Nowra Hill, 5s ; M. llohardt, on account of contract, £10. — Tho Mayor reported that the Committee had let a further pioco of work on tho, Recreation Reserve to Thomas Ryan, for cutting ferns, at £4.— Tho Super intendent of By-laws reported that Mr. Ibols had again complained to him of being delayed for threo quarters of an hour at tho Bomadorry Ferry,- owing to tho nogloot of tho ferryman. [Tlio report was received.] A report from tho same ouicor, statingthat he had filed an infor mation...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Baths for Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

OTSgSCJEWLAHrEittaJS. | ItnUi8 for Famei'S. One very great reason why farmers become 'stiff and old' before tlieir time is from their lack of bathing and thorough muscular exorcise. Tho professional man who is fatigued in body seeks to restore his wasted energies with cold water, and tho use of dumb-bells, which, no matter what a man's occupation may be, straighten out tho muscles and bring them all into action as nothing olse does. But the farmer, -when lie ,V f 9 ;Tn nSnn 10 VfcV/UQ *0.0 wt UiUU cases out of ten he seeks his recuperation in inactivity. Ho goes to bed without a bath,, and begins his day's work without a bath. Once a weok, like Aunt Chloe, lie has a . 'clarin' up time,' by making himself ???? clean. ??? And what is true of the farmer is, in- large part, truo of the farmerine. To tako a bath requires time and trouble. So does every thing else that is of value. It should not bo taken when one is extremely fatigued at night. But in the morning, after a night's rest wha...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

Shoalhaven SIil[ipi!is Intelligence. ARRIVALS. December 25. — lllawarra (s.), from Sydney - Brisbane (a.), from Wollongong. ,, 27. — lllawarra (s.). from Sydnoy. , , 28. — Mary Ann ketch, from Sydnoy. ,, 30. — Rocket (s.), from Sydney; Mocoyan, schooner, from Sydnoy. , , 31 . — Promise (kotch), from Kiama ; Huntor (s.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. Decombor 20. — lllawarra (s.), for Sydney. „ 29. — Promise (ketch), for Kiuma; lllawarra (s.), for Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

IllawarrA Slewm Rfti-vsgatKott tomiiany. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE, JP II 0 it SHOAL H A Y 13 Ns Monday, (i tonirailay, 8 FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday ami Frirtay) at II p.m. All moals suppliod during tlio passages of tlio stcumoi's l'reo of clmrgo. Tlio Steam Droghers, under cliiu'go of Captain Uudiiuuui, uro always plying on tho Shonlhavon Eivor in connection with tlio SydhoV stoanlors. E. MANNING. English, Scottish, hntl -Australian CBjarteveil Itaiili. A BEANCH of tliis , Bunk is now OPEN, at X JL NOAVEA,' Shoalhaveli, in temporary Jjromisos, for tho transaction of all usual bank liig'busincss. ' -. : ?? .JOHN BOWLING, '??V'-, MttnUgCl'. Sydnoy, 6th' Jllne, .-1878c ? — lViiiik'il ho Kilowii- . *»/?' iTONESj : Collins-^strooti Kiuma, . lias. VV 4 , Horses and Yoliielcs FOR lilliE. , Ho is prepared to run Ijotwoon Wollongony; and Ulladitllu, ? Also, tliafc -lio is a cash purchaser of Hidos and skins in any quantity. ». LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, .1 A MB Ell 0 0. W, HALL, ...

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Calendar for January. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

Calendar for (Fanuary. Moon's Age. Last quarter .:.... 5th, at 4.53 p.m. Now Moon . ... .... 12th, at 8.44 a.m. First quarter :.... . 19th, at 4.55 p.m. Full Moon. . . . ... . 27th, at 8.17p.m. . y : . -y ? SUN ? ,- I High water ntShoal-' V? : Rises. v., Sets. | Tiaven Heads. ' , : ? : ???: ii. m. ii. sr. I a. sr. . p. sr. ? 8 4 59 7 14 4 3 4 53 ? ' 9 5 0 7 14 5 31 6 19 10 5 1 7 14 6. 51 6 24 11 5 2 7 13 7 51 8 15 12 5 3 :7 13 8 37- 8 57 13 5 4 -7 13 9 16 9 35 14 5 5 7 13 ] 9 53 ; 10 10

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

Gni'denei's' Calendar. JANUARY. Kitchen Garden. — Just prior to an expected shower, turnips, carrots, peas, lettuce, spinach, and French beans may bo sown on suitably proparod ground. Savoys, cabbages, and cauli flowers, should bo planted out ; caro being takon that tho strongest and healthiest plants only from tho bed aro chosen — lot thero bo a sufneiont distance botweon tho plants — two-and- a-half feot is not considorod too much by some gardeners. Whore practicable, sowing in drills its sf.vnnrrlv rnenmninnrtod. tho bods boina- lony and narrow, so that in hoeing there need bo no trampling on them. Flower GAitdEx. — Watering this month should bo sedulously attonded to — let it bo dono boforo sunrise or after sunset ; never when tho sun is all powerful. Weeds will requiro keeping down, and tho hoo must bo in frequent requisition. Dahlias, though lato, may still bo planted. Bulbs may bo profitably taken up as soon as tho leaves are withorod, and after careful and gradual drying in ...

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POETRY. "A Failure." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 8 January 1880

T-'0 S3 T K Y. 'A Failure.'!,^ Brown Lead and yellow Wd ??-, Hanging side by side, \ ' ?v Mischief still in lowered eyes Long lushes cannot hide. : r Grimy hands that always Hold tho pencil wrong, , Lips that lau'h and whisper, Whisper all day long. Hair all ways for Sunday ; Small coat buttonless ; Pockets bulging out with, What — you'd never guess. Bottles with odd stoppers Brokon patent top ^ Jeweharps, green grasshoppers, That novor moro will hop. Petrified sweet cookios, \ Taffy mixed with string, A choico full lino of peanut shells, V And fifty other things, x.' Long rows o£ empty seats, V Sunshine on the door, . ' Longing looks at windows And tho open door. Two vory naughty boys, After school is done, Listening to the catechism Teacher's just begun. ' Gcorgie, who's been naughty ?' Horo tho brown head sinks; ? Slowly came tho answer Through the lips, ' Prank.' ' Prank you tell who's naughty ?' -???,. Hung tho yellow head. ' Prank, aud toll mo truly,' ' Goorgio is,' he said Th...

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