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COMPLETION OF THE [?] RAILWAY. [?], Saturday, Sept. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

*mlro 0' TEE EcBCtrX EAILWATO :-T1 .Lt Z2~~· SS )- -~ Ec- ainraundy. S'ept 17. Tax (o.-r-i-on of the ThnIc a railway, a 1 me did i~nks e uttemost endls of te co*!-s wi-- an irn beand, which connect-j P;- Pniihp with narigable rivers and as- i --? r$÷w, i a -crI -mntance of no lirde mo men in Tc ran annals. The cagge e nv o now an rnomplishad fat, for this af'-rx' Echnca witnessei the formal and l ayming down of the last rail of the i?'" se"is.w.ich terminates here a& the -'ar., n-Tre the seaboard. For g'ood an w-gn. reasons none of ~~tse celebra _ -c hih marked the progress of the other p-"ton- o0 the Vctorian railw-ays have I o"nr in connectioii with the Ecmuen and .nandhu-rt line. Custom having been honoa.-'d in the breach,. there has been no ba??qetting; ball-giving has been unnown, and conu-tens governors have notpaid visits, pataken of luncheons and delivered ad dsses. Through the liberality of the con nra~ ors, however, the present event has not been allowed to pass of...

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DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

DEIBT. (From All te Yecar lto.ul.)t TaHE greatost curse of this land is not, as some imagino, drilnk but debt. There are many persons in a pnosition to declare that, among all their acquaintances, they do not know a drunkard. Ibolievo, howeover, there is not one who does not know several per sons who nro in debt, and who suffer great miusery in cousequence. In whatever rank of society you move, from the very highest dowls to theo very lowest, you cainnot live long without becoming acquainted with men and women who are a trouble to themselves and to their friends, through owing money. So completely does insolvency pervade society, that those lwho are not in debt are almost as much victims to the consequences as those who are. What does it avail me that 1 pay on the nail for everything, and owe no man anything, whlen I have relatives, and friends, and acquaintances who are in debt to everyone withl whom they deal ? They come and carry off the money I have saved by my prudence and econ...

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A DANGEROUS SITUATION IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

A D ess- 'r Scnre oY is mis Bisa.- 1 Mr. J. P. Donnelly, who is on a visit to Messs. C. and C. A. Brown at Matapiro, had last -onih a narrow escape from a very unnDeasant posicon. Finding himself alone a: ihe home staion on mhe afternoon of the 24S Jne, Mr. Donnelly determined to go to the on:-sa.on a; the west end, about ten mies oa, w?in the intention of enjoying some T n-huntm. on the following day. He ac cordiaglv itarted with his blankets, and, frtna_-dy, a niece of bread and a pocket a__ of brandy, and, having only at the last moment thought of taking the bread (the out-station being short of flour at the time) ! he carried it in his hand instead of packing Si; on the saddle. Having started somewhat i 'late in the afternoon, darkness overtook him I when among the small hills, about three miles from the out-station; and, as the whare is not an easy place for a stranger to Sfind in the day-time,.Mr. Donnelly thought it would be useless to attempt it by night; so be retmurned on ...

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FRENCH PROCEEDINGS AT LIFU. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

FRENCH PROCEEDINGS AT LIFU. (From the 8. H. 'Herald.) NOTIcEs have already appeared in this journal, copied from the New Caledonian papers, in reference to certain proceedings of the French authorities. It was there stated tlhat the Protestant missionaries were inter dicted exercising their functions by the re presentative of France. We deemed it desirable to wait for more full and precise information before presenting to our readers this aspect of the case. We are always re luctant to animate that fooeeling of hostility which exists between the Protestant and Catholic missions, or to assume that our French neighbours would depart from those principles of modern civilisation of which they have so often expressed themselves the resolute defenders. The information, how ever, which has roached us can leave no doubt that the conduct of the local authori ties will expose them to tIhe soverest censure from their governmont. We do not believe that the Emperor of France, when properly infor...

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MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

MORUYBA. (From a correpondent.) Ox Monday evening last an entertainment of novel and highly interesting character took plaeco in the spacious store premises lately erected in Vunlcan street, which were kindly lent for the occasionby oar worthy fellow-townsman, Mr. A. Emmot. The entertainment, which was given in aid of the general funds of St. John's school, originated with the Rev. HI. H. Britten, the incumbent of St. John's, and a few of the leading members of his congrega tion, whose zealous and energetic labours were, on this occasion, rewarded as they well deserved to be, by a most complete success. From the novelty of the entertainment, and the interesting nature of the programme, it was antiit pated that the attendance would be very large; an as the evening drew on it became evident thit these anticipations would be fully realised. The commodious building, in which a neat temporary platform and seats had been erected, was by the courtesy of the harbour-master, Captain Rosl ver...

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THE WORK OF THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

STHE WORK OF THE REPORTER. interesting article under this title ap :s in tlihe April number of Good Words, Swhich the following is extracted: ho roportor lins now sunk from a magi to a machine in the esteem of outsiders. j-fact is tlhat he is neither. What his (k is is really very little understood by itour stenographers, and scarcely at all tho general public. A groat many _ions with systems to soll and systems to h have an interest in declaring the lily of the art. A great many more hk it shows a fine sense of superior in bct to say that the work is merely mo nical. And the mnass of people believe t what they're told, without much roflec l about a matter in wlhioh reflection would carry them far. jet us consider some of the difficulties h which a roporter has to contend. The akor is, we will suppose, impassioned, if rapid-perhaps both. Here, to begin h, is a difficulty which lights us in a imma. Either the reporter is susceptible hlie eloquence which excites other poople say nothi...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

TO SUISCRIDEZS. Jo order to sav0 poslagos te intlend to adopt a plann ttich is alrady piursucd by seeral otl?r papers and ?c8llonlldye the receipt of ronetllntanc in this columtn inslotd of by ]lpn T .A0c RllcrloV o 0n0 i. Cr. .Eans, Tonrnun , e£: froe MJr. I'owcUl, lerrioon, on nccount of .Jr. Loke, £1 to. 4d. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

Australian Joint Stock Bank, INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at ourrent rates. Drafts issued on anll the branches and ragencies in New South nWales, Quoonsland, Victoria, Adolaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. HENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. Manager. 1609 'WELLINGTO1N HOUSE, 529, BRICKFIELD-IIILL, SYDNEY. C. KINGSBOROUGIH, Wholesale and Retail Draper. LARGE stock of seasonable drapery and roeady. made clothing constantly on hand. Country storekeepers nupplied-terms liberal. 334 By appointment PURVEYORS TO HIS EXCELLENCY TIHE GOVERNOR. PEATE & HARCOURT, (LATE 82IIT5, PEATE, AND CO.) Grocers and Wine Merchants, 258 & 260, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. P-EATE AND HARCOURT aro constantly .ro ceiving fresh shipments of goods, direct from Messrs. Cross and Blackwell, London, and other first-class English and continental houses. 1150 LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. SYNOPSIS OF REPI'ORT FOR YEAR 1862. S UBSCRIBED CAPITAL.........

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WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

Sw ed_3t $: pronw~-5 5'd>,'L .L5r.dre tL-;~ t==< 4m,~j m^i Leon~CwerT sc;E Wh* mee -;·r ordt! ti~hl 2:4-'~ es·ifd 'VPu Tu~ri.- ·C·Jese butcr'·th *Lee~- Sa Wher i (I>C Amma LCTttm 9-£4L birats feet Thei :=Z rity i0:2y 3 3- STr r.1. IsalewdZ : FT l;an AsoZt are,~l 2soj yeeSC an t dte Thras aGpC- ;FJ ri f~Jr ofase,;: sidv 7:- c -idt i:.6 Tmr,-( iE me~g uittr;g m ~ YrC ~c-cs· wh T"Ar~g WE*EFC 1227gt . Ami ye? 'ir : ri ryz W I.hs1CT t Jdthd.7 y p7Lgr ~to Th~ '4:;y~h MA te To I c Ine~q~ leAdC he 7A :: he, yes,= e'eets.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

AUSTRALASTAN FREEMA'SrONS' HALL IHOTEL, 191, York-strcet, Sydney: ALFRED BRADPE'RD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores, IffESSRS. DURIIAM and IRWIN are prepared "l to reeivoe wool, shecepskins, tallow, hides, &e., for role ,by tuction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circul.r Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and lides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 E AT S. G. ?I, SMITHI, PRACTICAL HATTER, 316, GEORGE-STREET,. SYDNEY, Three doors south of IIunter-street, IS manufacturing every description of HATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of English and French Goods, all df which he offers at reduced prices--wholesalo and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 1403 J. B. HOLDSWOBIITH, WVIIOLEtSALE AID RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Mlarket-stre...

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OPERATION OF THE LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

OPLTO- OF t'H: LA2nD CT' T=a-? be- La s?-ro c. -oLm~1 n to Mh. -Jo Role'sor, th d4. of had afo: 2 ,:.?1.al f-ir :he5 tal-: - hl fn,', ?he? eJ a ?" _apy Ir½z __o . a oplete n firr ~~~ -,t ~, T~ rrc:zi-s t - in -en: of de rn tu" hm- was w'4" ral i a c e?'; m tLin ? , in -.I. rain, .aud "-e iO ah:ere fe..*t? :'a o e t-he m edt-re ¢.fAmzu: o 4- S ur.th Wls-- -a He fl t twel o h u! r???=i. ?h.a..T h.nL-u an' ..t" y- To; :cha=. e introin-ed .? bu imy ".emi ? ouTd be r~is=4,it t tu';-e ha'd hav wkgr' nouaht about in toe hord wth a oem - : Mr.r V~r oa?d0so enhu azr nad t-wp-en , ni:e hu LJ¢-"r aZd-t ,e' a1 ay- ai ; Fril jna ntows Tn' t. Frr-ii th~j nzlf~ antizentin t'r-i~ts yer o o tn tleat must 'oas-in o as~ the sree::ra, o the nd of whic of it"-"xp4-,ror---annqunta tomphi37 nine -'"' naus J'd 'pb chritor "otnnt"-d to "'d ina- oen :hulndred had tn-pig 'ao n-oum'sA nine mahnedeten tvcn t ot i~t arerta 02 .caz~eeto ThEE has been a slight falling ofl as mignh ha'e tben expeet. in the number o...

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ALDERMAN JOBKINS [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

ALDEEMAN JOBSEDER A7 ?2~'* P32. '--Ci i CI-~LC Pirb & . r Gi; AT LE' .ee. v.- reie Mrs w-hi ee 1r: a= rie= cf r-i5 t -"7' JC4- C.....-~5r~ ii- T~E~ r ~tr.~ r -"'i'~'24 iC ;-S ~ZC~~i~F- --'''i~ 'CZ~ -,L~~-J~ rg -. d- a"=&.C I-d1 Cil. Irayork= a~c·z-4tt ic-eeci div~.:ut wrk Pi2z ' r.A r .',.-.ra - ·"" "I - -s skn a-·re Chieved or is ~rJsw taY15-'ine oY~Yzf he~; ~ sea=: £1-i5 ·Sfir k s redI Josh- '' fr I c:=rS give-xeJ ji3? we A:M ,9: th Jo h r' tt L'Ck 0 31 !CECF r:p . wfeS c dM,-L -;-e= r' c mE~ to f the~ Tue r~fs ThrJenge t: headm-,~ arA tothri- inc rsd d i15 i~ dI Ireconitr a= dd-s k$A *J;*7p, to"hi-g to -.. (J r'd CI J' - V-.rzF Jotk, .=3e ".I:" i de .,rrd. b a te c; s. l ;a.-- " ThL :tr j -wt~- . oc L.±. - . ira 4 ~he 's, owfeing *oa feble- -hahe loakei haide unls o1 r t'l thr m o tr?a Jodhinsw }'id ." -Wh at hindd I :ldla ."ita pzznlr fra7-ll po t.rit Larnd w r- men tatoDh ma?y hrea a drio- ys r dbj ct:-h "What did Jtoeains say ? id he ql ak long or ahOfrien', " ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

rTHIE friends of MR. JOSEPH CARROLL aro Srespcatfolly roquested to attend the funeral of his late son, JOSEPH FRANCIS, which will take placo on SUNDAY, 2nd instant, at half-past two o'clock p.m. The procession will movo from the Butchters' Arms, Auburn-street, GEORGE RICHARDS, 1755 Undertaker. Wanted. A GOOD FARMING MAN. Apply to JOHN BROADHEAD, Inverary Park, Bungonia. 1741 Wanted, A GOOD HORSE-DRIVER. Apply to WILLIAM STEPHENSON, Lake George. 1650 Wanted, M EN to complete a few miles of log fencing. ALEX. KINGHORNE, 1593 Maxton. Wanted, Y a respectable young persono a situation as NURSERY GOVERNESS. Country pre farred. Addroess W. B. R., Herald office. 1694 Wanted, A SALESW\OMAN AND MILLINER. To prevent trouble and disappointment, applica tions will not be received unless accompanied with references of fitness. Apply to 1699 S. EMANUEL A~ND SON. Pound Sale AT the Goulburn Pound, on MONDAY NEXT, tht 3rd of October, of Horses and Cattle. 1756 Five Pounds Reward. TOLEN off my run, on...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

(GOULUIIRN WIKOLOSALE ?'RIot COllNtT. Wheat, Os. Gd. to 10sO bushel. Plornr, fne, r£. ton ; seeonods. I2l. Pollard, s. 8d. 10. bushel; or Is. by the haltf ton. mtau, Is. 4. 1 bushel;.or is. hy te half ton. Terset, Id. 1 I-lb. lout. Mult#, 3s. Gd. to s. td..per bushel. farlty, English, 3s. td. to 4O. ? bushel, scarce; Capes, . edd, no demand. Outs, 2s. Od. to 3s. Gd. t boubrel. flute, £1 tos. to£t 105. 1 tun. ttnttsee, fresh, Is. 10 hlb salt, 7de to 8d. Cheese, 4dl. 1 1. foaCn. 4)?d. to Gd. I lb. Fgg, 8d. to td. 1 dosen. Potatoes. :ts. to Is. (Gd. 1 owL Ontonu, It. p out. Far Cattlr, prime, from £4 10s. to £5; medluto, 1 I0,s. to.£o. Sheep, lds. to 1s. lhead. 'tters, Gd. to 4d. p lb. eeJl (retail), 3d. to 4d. 10 lb. Muetton (retaill), 4d. 10 lb. Talloer, beef, t20 to £271 toni; mutton, l28. - flides, Gs. to Os. EBCh. Ohtrpglattt, 8d.; ansled Id. p lb. Cerretgs 1 ten--Sydneo to (oulburn, £4 lot. to £0 ( Onul beurn to Sydney, £3 to £3 10t.; Goulburn to Lnmning Flnt, £. : Ooulburn to Ad...

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SOUTHERN RAILWAY. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

SOUTHERN RAILTVAY. To the Editor of thsac ieral anld Chronicle. Smn,--low various from time to time are the pub lished reporta rolative to the extonsion of the Southern Railway to Goulbarn! In your issue of tile 13th of July lost, in ansower to a deputation of the Great Southern Rhilway pro gross committee, you report thus:--"Mr. Holroyd informed the deputation (the Hon. P. Faucett, MIr. Alexandor, M.L.A., and F. R. L. Rossi, Esq.), that the line in iiuostion had been staked out, and that as soon nas the speoilcations wore completed (which wouldbo in course of four or five weeks), he intend ad to call for tendors for the whole of the line in one contract." On the 21st instant, just ton weeks afterwards, the Empiro summary for England re ports:-" In course of a month or two tendors will be invited for extonsions on the southlorn and western lines;" and the Sydney H1orald, same dato, says: "In a few woolks tenders will be called for the further extension of the Southern Railway into t...

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BRAIDWOOD. THURSDAY evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

B3RdIDDVOOD. (From a eorreuljondlnt.) Thrsus.nAY ovening. IBIUSINE.s continues fearfully dull, and I have but little of importance this week to communicoto. From the number of horse and cattling-stbealing cases now under examination, I am led to believe that, notwithstanding the admonition given by MIr. Dis trict Court Judge ~Moymolt at the last sessions, this crime is fearfully on the increase. Several horses have lately boon missed; some of which, as your readers are doubtless aware, have turned up in your city, and the supposed thieves ore in durance vile. Th judgo in passing sentence upon Murphy, who was convicted of cottle-stealing at the last criminal sittings, wished it to be known that in all cases of horse and cattle-stealing, where convictions took place, he should pass most severe sentences in order to suppress this growing evil. In Murphy's case the sentence was ten years' hard labour; and upon his Honor being spolken to in favour of the prisoner, lie said he would have ...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

COAIMkJRC1AL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. A I?s. of 6d. per bushel in the price of wheat has taken place at one of the mills, as will be seen by the prices quoted below. WIIAT ANo FLoUo.-At Conolly's Mill:-Fine flour, £28 per ton ; seconds, £27; if less thanhalf ton, Is. par 1001b. extra. Pollard, £6 16s, per ton, is. 8d. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 9s. Od. per.bushel. SAt Emanuel's Mill:-Fino flour £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. ?heat, best samples, 10s. per buslal. Bran, £1 per ton wholesale, Is. perobushol retail; pollard, £6 15s por ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. AucTraeE.R's Ras'orRT.-Moeors. Finlay and Co. report:-Fat stock. We have no sales to report of any conseqouence. A small draft to ?ossrs. John and Hugh O'Donnell, from Bland, we sold at £5 per head.-The trade are now open for a draft of prime. We have purchasers for largo drafts, at a slight decline on former quotations. Prime may b...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

1'EWV ZEALAND. (Fro, tle S. Sf. llIeld.) W ire nldebtled to Coptoin Austin, of the 'ovelty, for eight days' loter oess from nAucklnd, vir., to the 17th Iustant. Tlhe Weekly N?ewo of that date says:- Tho most sartlliet event of thie oeok has heon that of the loss ofoorhiotl prisoners. Itappily, tiie olouloo publh wos not greotly hound up in the preeooteat oof them, and so bears tUo heroavoment with he comleg reelguatlon. Tuhe prisooees, tho were, untii totely, oeueponts of tihe Monorlo holt, lylog to oukialnd harhour have, for tle ioet few weekrs, hbeeliving on tile island of Knaou ot a sort of elegont retiremoent, wtere they were fed at the elony'e expense, provided itih a doctor and elorgymon froee the same sore, ond su lplled with tools to enahle them to have a little mild ro ereatioo at gardcnlng, wvhen the thlo hung heavily on their hands. Their iosltioa olad noteronthosoeobhnleo ofeosirolol as they woro ereelo roteseod of four haots, whilo the maiataai woa not toto miles distan...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

SELEGIRAPHIIC IN[1EŽLLIGENCE EFRO? OUR COoInRSPONDENTB.] SYDNEY, Friday night. Tils evening's Government Gazetto calls for tenders for theo extension of the Grea't Southern Railway into Goulburn, and of thle Western ailway to Dargan's Creelk. The government havo refused to make a survey for a line from Wollongong to Bulli. Marklets quiet. Flour firm. It is considured likely that the Victorian govern ment will now come to an arrangement with respect to the border customs duties. It is raining heavoily, and fears are entertained of another flood in the Hunter River districts. Senior-sergeant Smyth, who was shot by Morgan, the buhebranger, died last night.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

Trn occurrence of the annual ploughing match in connection with the Argyle Angri cultural and Ilorticultural Society naturally directs attention to that interest upon which the well-being of the country depends. The degree of support which the non-agri cultural portion of tile inhabitants of this district has given to tile operations of this society, as well as thie interest felt generally by them in the prosperity of agriculture, sufficiently proves that they are not indif ferent to the importance of this pursuit, and that they are willing to do what they can for its advancement. In fact, it could hardly be otherwise. The prosperity of the agri cultural classes is essential to the prosperity of the district at. large. Their reverses extend their effects through all classes. It is consequently a question of grave import ance to.us all, how far the permanent woll being of the agriculturist has been affected by recent untoward seasons and destructive visitations. One hears on all side...

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