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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

1 t»ltlic ?o1ire>. I 4) v 1! a a \j Post Office Stores NATIMUK - The Place for Good Values _ TaT T Til 1 A ~ .' ?*. 0 B jj § S \ isaS^ * j sj u b 0 m 98fiS&Mi®te Now In, and in all tlic latest Fashions A!! that is new in Ladies' and Gents' Coats, Suits I n H f ifes. l< s, > hi?ts, Is ec kv ear, Snu£ Lhderwkar Py jamas, etc Also' Groceries, Crockery, Ironmongery, etc Dairy Produce Bought. F. RATCL m 0 Post Office Stores NATIMUK. ¥ 11 Wishes to make known tnat lie hvs purchased tlie b ore lupirett, and that bavirig secured the"services of a first-class baser he is supplying only the best-Bread, etc. Dances, Weddings, Picnics, Socials Football Matches, &c., Catered for reasonably. Splendid" "Assortment otLollies on hand; also Fruits in Season.!,: Smali-Go6ds-a-^pecialtrrir -*»rt ... v- t 11 i . . \ - 1 A". '. i)~r, ? :? ;,_c. 353. JORY» IF^O^E&I £&.« - _>J :.= :srs:»4-." :r.* .:3 .£n>. "35. 'r"" ;hs and Drills Repai fj "'" So Promp...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NATIMUK A AND P SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

NATIMUK A AND P SOCIETY i /^he following office-bearers were* elected at tbe aunn>l meeting ot' thti above society - President-Mr-R E oadholz - ' Vi^e»pre8.idents -Messrs 0 . Mar-' o<k<s W J Sndholz and -I McClare Trensnrer-Mr G A Teuton SecrciM'j-Mr E VV Sclmrmann Executive-Dr Bi'd "ml Messrs .F >cbmidt, H .Oliver, J N° > J Mc^ Clare. K, MoCinre, W Klowss H* Roge .«, Hermann Sndhol/,. A Crladi«» traa, A Batker, F BemW.^.and ,\C Whelan ^ . Piize List Comir.itfee-R«v CoK*, Dr Bud »nd Messra -1. Boelim !* Boehm, R William-, \V Has!\\">.»i 51 r \V D Brown, M Whelan, .1 MV.C! uit.% J MeRae, C Scbnrmaun, J vSciirnidt, F Rogers, A Barker, R McClore. S Ne.vton, J Cross, H A Sndholz, W J Sndhola, Carl Sadholz, G A Fent,onv R Hons o G Haustort'er, F Bennetfe A Gladi^sin Ground Committee-LV Bird, and. Messis W .! Sndhob', G A F en ton, .] Schmidt aud C Sdmi matiii Ladies Committee-Mesdames Cole No..'ton. Teuton, It E Sudhol2, W $ Scidbolz, Biid, A Barker. R M...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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WIND MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

WIND MEASURES. ? Many and varied are the instru ments with which meteorologists carry out their experiments, but one of the most ingenious is that to measure the force of the wind. Little buildings with revolving cones at the top are of ten to be seen along British coasts. The ' cones are connected, with instruments in side which record the number of miles the wind is blow ing per hour. "Mr. Smith had a hard time to get, his daughters oft' his hands." "Yes; and I hear he has to keep their husbands on their feet." "Where have you been ?" "Schtop ped at the club to get a drink." "John, you haven't got as bad as that at the club. You've been td^ brewery !" 1936.

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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[?]inmaera Show Dates [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

A immciiaSiiow Dates j Tl>« deleir:!'ol: the vwiuns. Wim, i. iiu-rn A aif-i ]. - Socieiies met afc Mui'fca. tmtl rhe following dates were agref'! bvshe conference Goroke, 9: h ij pfeomber Stawell, 15th and 16th September Hupuiytip, LStLi September (or >:if)lln-i-d.ile to lifv fixed) JJLoi siiiiui .si, and ^nu Ociober , Nhiil, 7th October Warracknabeal, 9th October Beulah, I3th October : Dimboola, i4hh October Hopetoun, 16th October Natimuk, IGthSeptember or another date to be fixed) Jeparrt, 20th October Murtoa, 21st October Rainbow, 23rd October The gISfhill. horse parade will b held on "Wednesday, 19th August A. terrible fire has occurred in ^alern, U.S A. In a track 2|- miles long and" half a mile wide it swept, out of existence £4,000,000 worth of property An impressive funeral ser vice ovei tlie Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his consort was held on Sunday in the Court Chapel at Hofbarg. The eged Emperor Franz Josef, the heir apparent the Arch duke l£arl Franz Josef, and ot...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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Worth Remembering. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Worth Remembering. -_-j . Many of the little problems which we encounter in daily life- may be overcome if we but give them a moment's serious thought. And once we discover a method of doing a thing neatly or of saving labour, we should remember, just how "we did it, for the experience will prove useful to us again some day. Probably many of our readers have at some time met with a. stubborn glass stopper which ab solutelj'- refused to leave the neck of the bottle. Tapping the stopper with something hard is not a method to be recommended-it is often accompanied with . danger to the. neck of the bottle. The best method is to warm the neck and make it expand around the stopper, when the latter may be easily removed. ' All that is necessary is to take a stout piece of string, the coar ser the better; give It *a turn around the neck, as shown in Fig. 1, and saw back and forth a miuute or two. If it is a small bottle grip it be tween the knees and work with both hands, but if it is a lar...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

£lliest Barry lias agreed !;. .JOTT Jatoes tsddon, of A"; - ttalia.on An^atU .... ..... SEULHUS- clinmpionsl'ip ot iu ?vvorW Publ Notice J, E. Pbilli^S Bricklayer aud Stoue Massn rTTQW^S it to" be known tu^t he lias \V titled in acid that: he Iparod to put up buddies with brkk ' 'and surrounding m**s- Address~~ j. K. PHILIPS, i.. -i v in PO Shire Notices. Shire ot Kowree . BARBED WIRE ON FENCES NOTICE is hereby given that, tiie use N n barbed wire on any ence or , 1 c« on ota Ian.? a.Ojr-'rirg any other er. within tl-e awLibips of Sev.' Booroopki, Harrow, Goroke, ^ *> l ( peA'n^oweu, Miunnay, Tcol U'and Wombelano, and within a ®?S' e of one mile from the- boundar ^stance f such wJre ,s now ,n l6S '-"nor not is prohibited, unless the 3 °b. Council is obtained for ccr Applications for per* M the position of (he ire on fenc^ hilT _ yhire Secretary July 23, 19*3 .,. . Shire ot Kowree. SOTIvJi lOOYCLlSIS N .'"of ?>" !»?**>»* <»' v:-tt " , i ' P=^y. , ^ fn , Se'^d piob...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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Speaking the Day's News. THE LATEST THING IN NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Speaking the Day's THE LATEST THING IN NEWS . PAPERS. j Will the "News-teller" supplant the | newspaper ? Will the time come | "when the average man will learn i what is happening to the world and l his wife, not with, his eye glued I to the newspaper propped against the marmalade-pot as he consumes i the morning rasher, but with ear J pressed against the receiver of a I telephone through which he will hear all tKe new's and gossip? To some it .may seem a remote | possibility, but' in view of the fact that for the last twenty years a I I telephonic daily has been in active ( operation- at Budapest,*' Hungary, and, furthermore, that preparations for a similar enterprise are in an advanced stage in London, while it is also being introduced into Berlin and Paris, it will be obvious that the telephonic daily,, like the cine ma newspaper, which shows the news on the screens of the picture |palaces every night, has generally arrived. . ^ . A GREAT JOURNAL. . The Budapest telephone news pa...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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Food Reform. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Food Reform. The normal, healthy man quite rightly does not think much about what he eats so long as it tastes fairly good and there is plenty of it. There are reasons, however, why even iie should take an interest in tbe question of diet reform-a question which has become so acute of late years. The great movement of scientific research and social study have both made perfectly clear the fact that the majority of the people are not as healthy and as efficient as they might be, and one qf the root causes of this is that they do not obtain sufficient food, or that they do not' obtain the right kind of food. The last statement applies' not only to the poorer classes, but also, as has been fully shown by Chittenden, Hindhede, and others in recent years the classes with ample means. The great increase in the frequency of appendicitis, from a few scattered | cases fifty years ago to the thou sands of the present day; the per sistence - of the cancer plague; the I continued proportionate ...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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Tunnel Manholes. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Tunnel Manholes. f In all railway tunnels refugo or manholes are let into the walls to enable platelaj'ers and others to step inside for safety during the passing of a train. In ordinary cases there is generally enough room between the railway line and the wall for a person to stand without being- in any danger, but in the event of a goods train pass ing with a loose, flapping water proof cover, it would mean prob able death unless the manholes were within easy reach. Those refuges are usually about 4ft. wide and 6ft. high," and are recessed into the wall about 12ft. They are generally about 20 yards apart, and are spaced alternately on either side ("staggered" it is called), so that a person has only 10 yards or so to run either way to get into a position of safety. " It's a risky business, making pointed remarks about anyone." "Why so?" "because you may have to swallow them. '

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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Fathoms Down. 'MID THE RATTLE AND ROAR ABOARD THE SUBMARINE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Fathoms Down. f .MID THE RATTLE AND ROAR ABOARD THE SUBMARINE WORK. They call it a. boat ; but it is unlike any boat tbat was ever built. At first it seems' to be nothing more than a diabolical contrivance specially designed to burst your eardrums. The noise is deafening. You has'e to shout to be heard. When the submarine dives, the sound is like the clattcr of hail on a corrugated iron roof. A tiny nail dropped on the outside of the steel hull reverberates within like a clang ing bell. Over all rises the brood ing buzz of electric fans and motors and the "pop-popping" of gasolene and air-driven machinery exhausts. As you grow accustomed to'the din and dimness you begin to find your way about with your eyes. WHERE PERIL LURKS. Your anticipations are completely falsified. You have expected to find yourself hemmed in on all sides by furiously whirling machinery that threatens at each revolution to lop off one of your arms or legs. In stead, you see before you a per fectly clear little...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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Hairbreadth Escapes in Battle. SOLDIERS WHO HAVE COURTED DEATH AND LIVED. BENEVOLENT BULLETS. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Hairbreadth Escapes in Battle. SOLDIERS WHO HAVE COURTED DEATH AND LIVED. BENEVOLENT BULLETS. In one case a bullet which struck maa on the temple passed harm- | tsslv over the scalp ; in another, a j bullet struck a rib, was deflected, j passing under the skin, found! its exit on the opposite side of the , body Biit perhaps the most siti- | ffular illustrations of the vagaries of j bullets were furnished at the battle j f Laing's Net, from which one sol~ I die/ emerged with three bullets and lv two wounds to show for '?them, two of the balls having en tered' the same wound. In another case a bullet, entering a soldier's left side, struck one of his ribs and re-enicrgeu from the exact spot where it had entered. But even such bullets were not ouite as benevolent as one of which Lieutenant Worsley tells the story. "In one engagement," he says, "one 0f 0ur oOicers got a ball in the riirlit ear, which came out at the back of the neck; and though, after a paiuful illness, he recovered, ye...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Goroke People's Party. A MEETING of the Goroke branch of the People's Party will be held in the Mechanics' Institute on Friday, the ] 7th inst, at 3 o'clock Business-The Election of Officers _ AU memlj 'i'S and intending mem bers urged to be present J. DICKENSON, Organiser North Wannon Electoral Committee. Tenders for Painting' TT1ENDERS are invited up to FRIDAY JULY 24, for Painting Woodwork of my residence The highest or any tender not necs essarily accepted Particulars on application to JOHN SCHMIDT, Natimuk Farmers! Why not have Printed Letterheads for Corresponding. Printed at the MAIL Office Cheaply 9[me. Bellmont (Late of Beilin ami Melbourne) CONCERT PIANIST Carrdno Method. Melbourne University Esr. Lif.tuf Registered SECONDARY Teacher PIANOFORTE VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING, ANALYSIS, MUSICI&.L FORM THEORY - Preparation for all Examinations Every TU E S I) A Y, Natimuk, at the . Lutheran Schoolhouse Pupils of all ages taken Term Starts with First Lesson T. Mepstead QUA...

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The Man in the Corner. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

fhe Han in ifw> Corner, . "A iho football match at - Natinnik en ' Sat iv day a barracker yelled all tl.o. iimri; He reckoned, finally, that the side he wasn't barrack'og for-couldn't play tc> keep themselves warm " Look here, we'll plav yon on Mt Arapiles and let you kick down. and then b«at yon.' He kept, on advising his side to " Kick it. oat of bounds and then between, the posts, and yon are bound to win An army officar was going for???.Ins honeymoon to a fn&hionable. seaside retort. ^ s his bride was very shy he rfaid to his soldier lervant " "Now Pat, when we arrive at the ??hotel yon need not tell anyone that we are uewly married." All went to dinner that night, no one taking any special notice M>f the new arrivals. But next morning, at breakfast was casting furtive - glances in their dirpct;nn As soon as the meal was ended the officer sent for Pat, and said : Yon have not obeyed me." 'Shure aud I did, sorr, The ser* rauts asked tre if my master and mistress ...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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QUANTONG NEWS [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

OOANTONG MIS » I (From Oar Own Correspondent) I A J?.L.C social was held in the local Hail on Tuesday, 30th June. Following is the first part of the pro-, gramme :-Overture, Messrs R Chequer snr, R Chequer jnr, W Howell (violins), and Mrs Jout (piano) ; song, M4ss Schmidt ; song, Mr Hughes ; song, Mr R Chequer. The candidate (Mr MacKinnon) was here introduced by Mr D Fogarty, aud addressed the gathering. After a few friendly greetings he (the candidate) spid ttut the members of a. certain League were circulating lie3 re Labor politics, and he was. sorry his mother was one of their sex. Ia the course of his speech Mr McKiunon said that the meat trust had been here for six years aud gave instances ot their influence on the small farmers in Wast Australia. Mr Cook denied that they" were here, but had to acknowledge that they (the meat trust) were hero. The trust-would strangle the cattle in dustry and the price of stock would fall, and- the farmers would have no hope agaisst the ring. ...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

OBI i U,\RY Oil Sunday week another old pxueer, in ibe pet son of Mr James Smith, cf ApsJey, passed reacefully away into tie Greats Beycnd after fighting life's battle for 81 Years, tie was born: in Chippenham, in Wiltshire, but. was possessed of a. desire to see something of the world, and after a few: 'ysars on bis native booth, he set out for Australia in 1852, on the schooner Ugiaiiab. Once in the Sunny South he set to work to make his fortune, and put in a couple of yeais at' iJunro's Sta tion. - The adventuresome spirit again became predominant, aDd in "54 he went to try his luck at the diggi'.gs, but left them later and took on wool carrying on the Portland road, Sandford was his next home, and after a few years there, he went to Apsley in 1880, where lie finally settled down Sincere, regret was felt when its became known that Mrs Eliza Alicc Elliot, af Brim Springs, passed away on Wednesday night at the residence of her son, Mr T. R. Elliot. The late Mrs Elliot was a sister ...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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Football [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Football I ~ ' The following is the diaw in con nection with the Arapiles Jnnior Football Association : August I Natimuk Lake v Quantong August S Qaanfcoug v Natimuk Rogers , August 15 Natimuk Rovers v Natimnk Lake August 22 Quantong v Natimuk Lake August 29 Natimulv Rovers v Quar.tong September 5 j Natimuk Lake v Natimsk Rovers A'London correspondent writes to the "West Wimmera Mail" as fol lows .-Thu Uuited States Govern* meat each year distribute, by order of Congress, enormous quantities of seeds throughout the United States tree of cost/ That the Government gives large orders is eyiderHed by the . f&trfcv that Messrs Kel^ay and Sous, .sieed ; merchants}: of Sa'merset,' Eng lianil, .have this year .received an'order to supply flowar and vege.tublo. seeds to tall 44 tons in weight. , The order l! (which does not include agricnl'ural J'seedSi'Qi l^rffs seeds sp.ch as peas and peans) .is. said to. be, .laigest ever :received by "one firm from one cus j tomei. | laborer name...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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NORADJUHA NOTES [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

NORiDJDHA MTES (Prom Our Own Correspondent) ?'On Saturday last, lit,h insfc, the JSoradjnha school boys journeved to Qaantong and played the "schoolboys thero a friendly game of foo'ball. Messrs Win Cook and J G Nitschko took charge of the losai; boys and drove tbem over Some heary show ers fell whilst journeying there, bnfc the boys seemed to enjoy it, no matter matter ho-v it rained In crossing the river nt Mnrphy's cor ner the water was quite deep enough to make one feel unoomf.irt'able and within an inch or at of d'ppi 'g into the baggies, thongh o her wise not dangerons provided the proper coarse is taken in crossing There was no | quite the fall team ou both side?, I which no doubt was on account, of I the sqaally weather. Mr P Gillick ' acted as umpire, and it was surprising | to soo how well the boys] (on both sides) played the game, nnd the enmity was not shown which is some times s-'en in the much oider players On the whole all the boys acted like young gentlemeu- At half ...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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DUNDAS ELECTION MR KENNEDY SMITH AT QUANTONG [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

DBNDAS ELECTION MR KENNEDY SMITH AT QUANTONG Last Friday evening Mr Kennedy Smith, M.A., who is one of the can didates for pre-selection by. the various Liberal leijrufis in the Dundas electorate, introduced to a Quantong audience by Mr G Mnegel, chairman of the People's Party. Mr Mnegel said he k> ew the can. didate by reputation, which was of a ve y high character. His University career was very brilliant, and his politics were very sonnd Mr Smith said he was particularly pleased to greet many friends whom be had lived amongst for a time when a boy, and felt honored by the support promised him by a number of leading residents. "He stood before them as a Liberal and the son of a working man, and he was proud of both facts. Liberalism stoo.l for peace and pro gress, while Labor stood for stiite and partyism. He believed in co>* operation and unionism based on proper principles, in wages boards, in paying value for work, in decent tralisauon, closer settlement, indi vidual ente...

Publication Title: West Wimmera Mail And Natimuk Advertiser
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NATIMDK COURT THURSDAY, JULY 15 (Before Mr E. Harrison, P.M., and Messrs A. Barker and J. Treads well, J.P.'s) DOG CASES [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

NATIMDK CODHT THURSDAY, JULY 15 (Before Mr E. HarriaoD,^ P.M., and Messrs A. Barksr and J. Treads well, DOG CASES i The Shire of Arapiles, through, their inspector, J. G. Nitchke, pro ceeded against the following for fail ing to have dogs registered : F. R. Ratcliffe, one dog. In this case the defendant had iutended to have the do^' shot., but bad not done so until too late. Fined 5s" registra tion fee, 5s fine, with 13s costs William Scott, of Tooan, four dogs Defendant was order to pay the 5s fee and 5s fine for each dog, with 13s costs Chas Ladyman, two dogs. Same verdict as in previous case. George Jones, two dogs.; Same verdict. William Docherty, three dogs. Same verdict Mr J. W. Power, trho appeared for complainant, said the Council intended to minimise the work of the inspector in regard to collecting dog fees. It was not necessary for tbe inspector to go from place to place collecting The settling of cases be fore the court was held would be done away with Dogs had to be reg...

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Social at Arapiles [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 17 July 1914

, : I 1 Social at Arapiles j A most enjoyable time was spent on Friday last at tlie residence of Mrs William Keyt6j mother of Messrs R. and C. Key to, the occasion being to celebrate Mrs Kevte's birthday, the old lady having reached the great ape of 94 years. Between 40 and 50 relatives and friends safe down to a sumptuous dinner prepared by Mrs R. Keyte,- of Karnak. When full justice had been done to tlie good tilings provided, games of cricket., quoits, ere, were played. lu the evening tlie tables w.e e again regaled with choice eatables- After tea the companjr bad a szood time at dancing, cards, etc. 'J he sx.tgins of Anld Lang Syne brought a most, enjoyable evening to a close, all expressing the wish that the old lady would live to see the century.

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