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RAILWAY FARES [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

RAILWAY FARES, * The following are the railway fares from Carcoar to the nudennentioned stations ; 'Stations. SiDgle. Return, a '^ 1st 2nF ist 2nd' ? b A a d s d i -1 Albnry 50 033 675 050 3 Batboret 8063 12 07 9 Blayney 2 5 1 7 3 f 2 5 Bonrke 63 643 C95 664 -9 Cowra 6 9 4 610 3 6 9 Diibbo 23 616 C35 323 3 Garland 2 11 4 3 2 2 0 Goulbnrn 38 9 25 958 038 9 Harden. V^. 20 OI3 6 30 0 20 3 *Holinwood ^. 6 3 4 2 9 6 0 3 ' Jithgow X 17 311 6 — — Lyndburst 15102216 Mandurama ] ] 0 $ 1 8 1 2 Orange 6 3 4 9 9 6 6 6 Parramatta * 32 10 311149 133 i Penrithi. ? 29 919 944 629 O Sydney 36 3 24 3M 686' 3 Wellington 17 311 « 26 0t7 « Woodstock 473 17048 Waugoola S 8 2 .6] 5 6 3 8 'Soung 15 910 6123 915 9 aAvailabie for return as follows': — Under 15 miles, on day of issue only ; 16 and not exceeding 30 miles, one week j 31 aiid not' exceeding 100 miles, within one month - o.-er 100 miles, within three months. These are obtainable at Apy time., ,: . . ?; Holiday Excuraipn Tickets, at, about ID ? pe...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lyndhurst. December 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

Lyn&foirst. ' 1 From Ouk Correspondent. I December 22. j At the sale of rights in connection with the forthcoming L. J,O, Annual I Race Meeting on New Year's Day Mr O. Stammers secured the gates, Mi Miles the publican's booth, Mr- J. Hines the refreshment booth and Mrs Smith the fruit stall. [Particulars as to prices, &c, courteously handed us by Mr J. L. Cobb, appear elsewhere. — Pboprietors.] ^ The Committee of the L.J.C. are working assiduously to make the coming races a success. Our little village is rather quiet; considering this is Xmas Week* and I think the holidays, will pass over quietly, with the exception of New Year's Day. .Harvesting is in full swing, and the crops, with few exceptions, are yield ing splendidly. The hay crop is above the average, and I believe the farmers here are quite jubilant at the pros pects. We- have been experiencing splendid weather lately, the days being rather warm, but the nights lovely and cool. Mr Hart has almost completed t...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

V: , JPAUOQAR l^AILS: ' AKBIVA,!^ 3FVom SydnejiiBlftyney, Mandurama, Lynd Inrst,1 Wo^dsto(ik,yOBrlaud, Cowra and ~ TtP-O.^Daily . (SandayB exoopted), at 5 . '..-a.m. ;?'? ;;.; ...,-.? . From Blaynfiy,, Norton, -Barry, Shaw and ? Neville— .Tiiendays, Thnrsdays and Satntv _''yaay8,-»t 1230pm ; a from. Orange, Cftdia and Burnt Yards — .'Vi;v-.''/:'-;'B«ta(*OT»»tJB'p.ml : . ?»' .... '.,'., '.VipjLllTVBVB. -? ' f or' Blayiwy, Sydney,- all intervening : ,«Wtl6'nBond T;P.O, —Daily (Sundays except4d)t:at7-25pm. ^tor;Oo^r», Woodstock, Lradburat, Man ,',dur»mWnnd(3arland^:Dai3y (Sundays ex 1 cepted),»t 9/30 jJ.m; ' , : ' Jpor Blaynev, Norton, Barry. Shaw and ' ' .JS;evllte-rrrnesd'»yB, Thu.rs3ay« and Batur- : r ^y.i^tf'iib'M'tiOotui . ???'?.? . ' ?' -'%if-r»nge, Cadta and Burnt Yard*—

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

B«! CAREFUL WITH THAT LAMP S I sincerely hope that Mrs Filiner has abandoned the ouRtom of keeping an oil lamp burning in her room of nignts. She does not say what the necessity was, but 1 tiuat it no longer exists. If possible to avoid, it, no liirht ohnulr) burn in a room wherein peoule are sleeping. The rea ana ought to be plain enough, yet we all need lessous in common caution. Tins lady had her?, and was fuitu. nate in coming out uf the affair as well as Bbe iHoi. Writing alnut it she says : ' It was in the Bummer of 1880. not long after the death of my husband. I had been used to keeping an oil lamp burning n my rojrn fir conveni ence during the night. One night I acciden tally orertarned the lamp, and a blas« kindled i-i an instant. Tel rifle' I half out of my wits I spraug from bed. seigja ihe burn ing articles an 1 ran dowus'airs with them last in time to prevent further disaster. Happily for me I escaped with slight burns, but not from consequences of anotter kiuri. '« Tl,...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

?'? CAKCOAR POST OFFICE. Postal Hours;— From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. {Sundays exoepled), Telegraph Hours : -From 9 a,m, to g p.m. (Sundays excepted). The Money Order and Savings Bank De partments will be open daily (Saturdays and Sundays excepted} fur the transaction of business from 10 a,m. to 4 p.m. On Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and for the receipt of deposits only lit-m 7 to ? p.m.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

PENNY POSTAGE. The penny postage system is in force on letters posted between the following Pott Offices : , - Barrv, Blayney, Brown's Creek, Burnt Fard«,' Cadia, Carcoar, Kganton, Fores* Reefs Galley Swamp, Garlaud, Greghnmsr town. Hobby's Yards. King's Plains Lynd huret, Mnnilurama, MOlthorpe, Moonlda, 'Neville, Newbridge, Nprton, Shaw and Spring Hill.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

OABCOAE COURTS, The Small Debts Court is held on the first Friday in the month. The Police Court and Warden's C^urt are held on the first Friday in the month. The Licensing Court is held quarterly.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If^ubscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals the publishers may con tinue to send them until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or .refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they are directed they are held responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered them to be discontinued. 4. IF subscribers move tn other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former addresB, they, are responsible. 5. The Courts have decided that refuang to lake periodicals from the office or remov ing or leaving them uncalled for is MIMA facie evidenee of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who receiyes a newspaper and makes use of it, whether he has ordered it or not, is held in the law to be a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they arc bound to give notice to the p...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

THE CHURCHES. Roman Catholic. 1st Sunday. — Carooa*. 8.30 a.m. ; Blayney. ( 11 a.m.; Brown's Creek, 11 a.m: 2nd Sunday. — Blayney, 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar, 11 a.m.; Vittoria, 11 a.jn. 3rd Sunday. — Carcoar, 8.30 a.m.; Lynd hurs't 11 a.m.; Blayney, 11 a.m. 4th f?PNDA¥. — Carcoar, 11 a.m.; Blayney, It a.m. 5th Sunday (when ocenrring). — Blayney, 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar, 11 a.m.; Neville. 11 a.m. Rosary Sermon and Benediction everj Sunday evening, at T.30, at Carcoar and Blayney. Chujich of England Fibst Sunday.-- Carcoar, 11 a.m, (H.C.) and 7.30 p.m. ; Shaw, 3 p.m. Sbocnd Sunday. — Carcoar, II B.rn. : Lynd baret, 3 p.m. ; Halley Swamp, 7.30 p.m. Third Sdsday.— Ca'coar, 11 a.m. : Marangulla, 3p.m. ; Mandurama, 7.30 p.m. - Fourth Sunday. -^ Carcoar. H a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Lyndhurst, 3 p.m. Firm Sunday (when recurring) —Carcoar, U a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Mandurama, 3 p.m. fH.C.) Presbyterian. Oarooar. — jJorning and Evening, every Sabbath, excepting the fourth in each . month. Gbubbekbono. — Tirsl an...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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The Clarkes. Continued from Last Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

The Olarkes Br ' Old Ned ' in ' The Mjjdgee QrDAnpiAN '. Continued from Last Issue. Tommy set out early tbe morn ing after the races, and, soon after reaching home, a poorer, if not a wiser, man, we find him in deep conversation with his brother, Johnny Clarke, and their first cousins, Tommy and Fatsy Coimell. They are en gaged in solemn conclave, '?and do not move for a very consi derable time. However, what ever they have been discussing appears to have been satisfac torily settled, and all, as if of one mind, move off in the di rection of the house,, where their' two sifvters have had supjjer awaiting1 them, for some time. During supper a round of merry chatter is kept up; after supper the pipes are filled, wet going and the late races . talked over by the family group. After a couple of hours had parsed 'in this way. Patsy Connell ? exclaimed : 'There's the rar-on, boys ; Jet us catch Jjur nags and have a ride.'. Simultaneously/the four young fellows jumped up, got their bridles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

Call * and ? '?:??'- ?????' INSPECT! EVERYTHING You are likely to require .Will be found at o, ? , — : : ? -o If you want BARGAINS, Pay M.B. a Visit. STOREKEEPER, C -A R C O A R. o ? o ? o LICEtJSEO TO SELL POISONS ? ? | ? . !.:$,?? . ? __ The I U\iTm' Co.1* I.C. Sugar ? 2d. per Ib. -*-LIVE. ? » ' ? ? I'***'8/* « B-BMta New Seaton'a Tea, per Ib., 6M. | per12-tb.hu - - - 5/9 f\ ^_ 70-lb. I.C. Sugar and quartor-chwt Tm .... 18/6 ?f gZYf\t*&Y 8-lb. Sugar and t-lb. Tea ? V- VlUWyl English Vlnegar-qmrti ? ? 7 botMn, 1/ Engllsh Sauce ? 7 bottles, V- '»'».. ? ??-- Pemell't Snow-wbtte Duller Flour - 100-lb., 9/6 1 * 1 fW |*4||T1 « 50-lb,,5'-l 25-lb.,27 J ?????? Tasmanlan Jams, per doz. 2/6 1 2-lb, tint, ptr dot. 3/9 and tmporte Salt : - - ? ? 28-lb., 9d. A . . «. j. American Kerosene, 150 test ? ? per cue, 7/9 ?-3lf& ivlAllPV Crown Soap ? 6 bar., lOid. \ -J«I W ^ #¥gUIH&y lilce, Tapioca, Sago, Split Pew ? MMb, 1/- But Candlet - - - - per Ib., 3id. Amott'c Biscuits. -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

Bicycles, Sulkies, Buggies, Saddlery, Harness. WhM» ll-'«.i 9 Sprint Oolonl.l KuiklM. mtii from Amertoan Timber, with rtunloin.Hl.vjr Huh KU1 ?'''''W. tii with lAtnp mud Belt Y*i ?hauld ttrlctly note i Wa. u the wivinp amo..ut« to puii tins, not t.iiiiifti|CD. 1 AboettS MUPLKNY liKPAUMIC.\T.-Vlil» li very old wtoblUhcd. and !»?? a rii'tu^nim Hup. The word !?- teumoiMTfrutane than mentfcmM hero. The abimMlMntloiiadiiqaiUMMipioib |i u o*u raits ni ,-iity 0111 ol II ;o;i otSir klod« ot uddlerr. nwneu, *o , In ?took Catalogue! cB application Mow ilie jt-!dn»— yr ?prT.T.TBR, 135 8c 137 &u*-cf fctxeet, Sydn.r, manufacturer ltd Jmpoiter. JBryant & May's WAX VESTAS PATENT SAFETY MATCHES Have Obtained the Highest Awards at Every Exhibition, and Have Pained Twenty X-rize Medals They are tbe Best and Safest in all Climates far the Home, the Bush and the Mine. They are Honest in Quality and Quantity Intelligent Consumer* Accept No Other. and See that the Name of 'Bryant &amp...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LICENSED SURVEYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

LICENSED SURVEYOR. Mr L. Biddelph, Licensed Sur veyor, is prepared to execute surveys under the Real Property and Mining (both surface and underground) Acts and all other classes of survey work. As a guarantee of efficiency, we may state that Mr Biddulph has been em ployed in responsible positions for 20 years by the various Governments of this colony. All communications should be addressed to Carcoar, See advt. Seven blocks of special leases for grazing and for grazing and agricul ture will be offered at public auction by the local Crown Lands Agent on Tuesday, 9th pros. See advt. That popular and well-known Knight of the Hammer (Mr James Stammers) will sell 25 head of mixed cattle on Saturday, 27th inst. Testeed'at, at the Court, a man was fined 1/- for being drunk and disor derly. To-day, the charge against T Bennett of stealing a coat was dis missed. Cameron v Murphy ; claim for £1 deposit on sewing machine - verdict for plaintiff. The match, Carcoar v Lyndhurst, played on 13th ...

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Carcoar Sheep and Pastures Boards. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

Oarcoar Sheep and Pastures . Boards. On 12th inst. Mr Hopkins -(Returning Officer for the Carcoar District) de clared the following gentlemen elected as members of the Sheep and Pastures Boards : Sheep Board — Messrs I T Sloan (North Logan), T P Hackney (Buck burraga), B Stinipson (Nuneham Park), J J McPhee (Copperhannia) and F R C Hopkins (Errowanbang). Pastures Board1— J Pagan (Sunny Ridge), J F Glasson (Shiel) and F M Hill (Athol). The members of the Sheep Board have seats on the Pastures Board. The old members of both Boards were tbe only persons nominated.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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USEFUL. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME - TABLE UP — HARDEN TO BLAYNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

% S JE F IT L LOpAL, BAn^Al^'I&iE-T.JBLE. * ' XjT — HARDER Tl BtiTNEV. ,~ '^ ' Mixed Mixed - ? ? o. , . ? 'Jnily Daily , .Stations. (suudav -Sundiv e^oopted) excepted) a.m. pin. Harden ^-Depart C 20 9 15 ? Murrnmburrah a' a' Jteranudrille Junction 6 48 !f 35 King's Vale a a' ?V™n.T ' 1 -Arrive 7 55 10 26 Bnrrangong » a Monfeagle a a Bendick Morrell a a Crbvetber ' a a Koqrawatha 1015 11.50 ?: t —Arrive 11 5 , a.m. Cowra i ' ? p.m. , 12 41 I — Depart 5 30 12 55 Holmwood 532 17 ' Woodstock 6U 1 43 W&qgooU a a Garland a a Lyndhurtt 7 30 2 50 JIanduraqia 7 46 a Qarcoar ' 8 15 3 20 Blayney 9 0 4 5 Down— Blaynet to Harden. Mixed Mixed Daily ' D«1y Stations, (Sunday (Stmdav cxoeptert) e.xcentea) - a.m. p.m. Blarney — Dep&rt 4 65 9 55 Carcoat 5 45 10 36 ilandurwna 6 8 30 50 Lyndhorrt 6 28 U.O Garland '' a a ? Wangoola a- ? a' Woodstock 7 39 1152 a.m. Holmvood 8 13 12 13 !— Arrive 8 26 1223 p.m. —Depart 3 45 12 45 Koorawatha 4 40 1 38 Orowther a a Ben 'ick-MorreH a a ...

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Mandurama. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

M&ntoama.. From Ouu Oouresponbest. February 17. White-washed cow-tails ! Well might it be put in the All-Sorts column as a query. It is, * seemingly, not known that pur Police Officer' is enforcing1 some of the clauses of the Health Act, and compelling owners of cows_to whitewash the bails and build well-ventilated dairies, as well as having respectable and well-drained calf-pens. It is als5 compulsory fox1 vendors of milk to register their cow|, after all things connected with the dairy have been passed by the Health Officer. This is just what was wanted, as formerly any kind of a make-shift did, and even that was not kept too clean. This time of the year people cannot be too careful .with their food, and I consider that all milk should be scalded before being used, so-as to kill any possible microbes, There iS almost a water famine here just now, as all rain water is done, and that in the few- wells and under ground tanks is mostly, xif a hard na ture, which, after having ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL ADDITIONAL TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

LOCAL ADDITIONAL TRAINS. A train leaves Gnwra for Hnrden on ' JSatordays oji'y at 9 30 a.m. in connection j ?with the 4-25 am. train, Ttlaynev to Cowra. A Irain leaves Blaynf-y for Cowra on | Fridays only at 4?Q p.m.,| departing from Carcoar at 4'52 p.m. ' ' ' - A train leaves Cowra for Blayney on Fridays only at 11 45 a.tn. in connection with the 620 aim. tiain, Harden to Cowra, departing from Carcoar at 1 59 p.m. A train leaves Harden for Co.wra on Saturdays only at 2 o.m. in connection with Che -- p.«B- trais, Cowra to Blayney. '. '

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Galley Swamp. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

Galley Swamp. Fkom Our Oorbespondent. February 17. Great changes have taken place in the appearance and temperature of the weather, but it is most dishearten ing to have to still write — no ram ; the prospects for the coming winter are, indeed, gloomy enough ; live stock of all kinds are fast losing con dition, and the residents of this place are feeling keenly the want of an extension of their Common ; they did make an application some time ago, but nothing seems to have come of it ; I cannot eay if it is lack of energy on their part or red-tapeism elsewhere. I am told that a number of the young folks from here visited a fruit garden on Millpost Creek a few Sun days ago, and, finding no caretaker ibout, acted in a most destructive tray ; after eating tMfe fill, they |ell to pelting one another with fruit and stherwise acting in a manner by no means commendable to residents of a respectable community. Now, young men, let your actions he the actions of i man, and not of a silly littl...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

EAILWAY FARES. The following are the railway fares from ffycoar to the undermentioned station* : ' 'Stations. Single. Return,*. *=rr~rr~~- 1st 2nd 1st 2nd s -J s d s' As. d Alhnry 50 033 675 0 50 3 Bathnrst 8 0 5 312 *) 7 9 ^Blayney 2 5 1 % 3 t 2. 5, Bonrke. * 63 6 J3 095 6 64 9 Cowra 6 9 4 610 3 6 9 Dnbbo 23 616 635 323 3 tjarland S 114 322 0 Goulbura 38 925 958 038 9. Harden 20 013 630 020 3 Holmwood 634236 63 lithgow ' ' 17 3 11 6 — — Lvndhurst 15 10 2 2 16 Nsnftunnpa X 1 0 9 1 8 1 a Orange 6 3439666 Parramatta S2 10 21 .11 49 633 2 Pesnth '29 919 944 629 9 ^ Sydney : 36 324 354 630 3 Wellington 17 311 6 26 0W « Woodstock 4731704 8 Wmieoola 38 2 55638 Sonng. -' 15 910 ql23 S 15 9 ' a AvaUaWe for return aB IoIIowb :— Under 15 Bales, -»nM»X -?^kslie .''I/ i 1$ and not exceeding 30 mBes, one week ; 31 and not exceeding 100 »i5«s. within °»? month; orer 100 wiles,' vifchin three months, -T,ueBe ? - '. ' Holiday BiloliTBioa THckete, lit fsc^. 10 ner bent w-iiiptiori upon return-ticket...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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ALL-SORTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

ALL-SORTS ! We strongly endorse every word of the following, whiclris the reply of the Editor of The Sydney Stock and Station Journal to one of his corres pondents as to why the masses do not attend church : A good parson, has a full church, for the Gospel is just as powerful to-day as ever it was, It^ has not lost its power over human hearts, and never will j but where you get fossilised interpreters thereof you get empty, peats, * * Oh, Lyndhurst ! Lyndhurst ! Why did yon deceive us f * # Foe the future we intend to back our cricketers against all-comers, s Once bit, twice shy, '. ? * It is estimated that Butler averaged one victim per month during his four years' ' ? picnicing ' in Australia. What primson hands he must . have. We are pleased that Carcoar came pff victorious on 13th inst., but would have been more so had Lyndhurst won. We ' tipped ' the latter, backed them and— fell in. * * See the new, safe cure for bad eyes in our Mandurama Correspondent's notes. Who'll try it ?...

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