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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

: TAKE MOTICE , there is no rise 011 any of the dutiable^ A ? voods at the BOSS STORE^ therefore.;) your XmaS' puddings and cakes will cos^Jj you 110 more than if there had been no duty put * on. You will ask ?' How's this ?'? Tlie answei - is, ' Got the straight tip from Georgie.-' So lay . in your Maisias supp.9liESSi iit once ^ there's no'- .telling what Georgie has up his sleeve, and he might forget to send the tip next time. THERE'S a Big Stock of currants, raisins, truSS: of aS3 kisiaiSs? and the special lines are Swallow &- Arieirs XMAS CAKES, ; PUDDINGS, and APPLE PIES, ENGLISH HAMS, N- Z. BACON, ? : MB-it splenditHine; of tinned quinces - at lid for a large till. . .BUT ' before yon start 011 the tucker you will want to see: aisouf soms 'logs/ and if i you want to buy and have the cash -there's only I '.brie; :'p1ace' that you can make for, and that is i the B®ss Store/ MEN'S SUITS from I0/G each,, a splendid line of sergerette for twenty shillings, SUITS made to; o...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

Wool and Produce Eepcrts- . The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' As sociation, fo' the week ending January 28th 1S99, report aa follows : — ' W ooi.. — The first fortnightly sales of the ? 1S98 9 season were htild ibis week when 'Z'6, \.7o bales were catalogued, the sales- at auction and pcivutely amounting to 20,068 biles. There was a very large attendance of buyers including operators irom Molbourne, and for all good wools both jfreasy and scoured no change could be noted as com pared with rates current at tho previous sales ; medium and inferior scoureds, though at times selling irregularly, showed no quot- j ablo alteration. Medium to inferior wools in tho grease especially when unskirted or imr perfectly skirted, heavy-conditioned or burry, woro distinctly easier and decJiued a full 1 1 to a M per lb. Muny t w ieo offered and heuvny reserved lots were included, and had a depressing effect on the market, causing largo withdrawals. In the greasy section tho highest price of tho week ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

[?] ? ?fjf'rom oar own vorrc^owJofUJ j .Federation. — Federalists are straining | tbeir eyeBin great expootaucy iu the direction j of Melbourne, where the Premiers aro on- t deavouting to urrive at a compromise ou j those parts of the Bill which are objected to j by Now South Walos. So far they have j received little ot 110 encouragement. As tho j lees of two evils the representatives have ; decided to hold their meetings with closed : doors, and to give no information to the ; pr0HB. They, declare that tuey iiavo aanorea io this resolution, and that tho columns of | rigmarole which have appeared in the dailies j aud which purport to convey a ' report '' of : their proceedings, are dimply interesting specimens of newspaper enterprise in securing the latest modern fiction. It was a favourite saying of F. W. Ward, when editing the Sydney Daily Telegraph, that to the journal ist, the cultivation oi the function of the i imagination was of the utmost importance. Mr. Ward, by the way, ha...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

Hillston Farmers & Sett lers' Association. A MEETING of MEMBERS of th« ' ' above will be held at MR. FINCH'tt HOTEL on SATURDAY EVENING next, 11th instant, at 8 p.m., to consider appoint ment of a delegate to join a proposed depn- . tation to Sydney to interview the Minister for Lands re remission of Crown land rents and c.p. instalments, and other important, business. A full attendance is requested. All persons interested will be admitted. C. A. GALE, Secretary. ~PR0 BONO PUBIICpr W. P. RITCHIE HAS pleasure iu announcing to the public of Hillston and District that he has purchased the Bakery and Grocery Business lately carried on by Mr. Frank Stevenson, and will shortly open with a new and largs stook of STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, TO BACCO, CIGARS, e?c., and MISCEL LANEOUS GOODS. a T hair-dress|ng SALOON WILL also bo opened and placed under the charge of a competent tradesman. Bread and small goods always on hand. Balls and Parties catered for. l1- RITCHIE, Baker, Fancy Goods...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nervousness. ITS ORIGIN AND SPEEDY CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

Nervousness. its origin and speed yi CURE. ; .Arn you -nervous s JtVnocniice, is it I- - And it's hard to cure too ! You ,Lh'irik ;so I \V,e doti'l. i ?'v- -We've ??cured- -it ./.often. iV'r. YVil-il iiam . .Ilco.wi:, popular. and . t'tnw -! -formidable.- pugilist who is residin^-M J Uowcji Villa*, .'Ann Street', Ilri.sbaiu-j | .has '.been cured. ? ?-! ? 'How-'? ; He -recently explained ic to a repor ler of-llur Brisbane Age, like this : — ' ' Th.e severe and excessive training which.' I I ? undei gone ;? mow for many yea.iv, in order to fib me for the combats- which I have been culled upon '1,0 undertake iri my profession as a pugilist, had at .'ength affected my constitution,- and now and again L would experience great nervousness. This is what the pugilist must guard against.; 'Strong nerve-, power ;is: an attribute to success, and I know that should Ja become- nervous always i must 'discontinue my pugilistic career. Fortunately I did not suffer long before I had struck the corre...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hillston District Hospital. ELECTION OF COMMITTEEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

Hillston District Hospital. ELECTION CF COMMITTEEMEN. Thjb adjourned annual meeting of tho sub scribers to the. Hillston District Hospital was held at the Royal Mail Hotel at three o'clock yesterday afternoon. Those present were Messrs. N. F. Smith (President, in the oliair). - T. Cadell, R.. W. Stewart, R. V. Shields, S. M. Raff, F. H. Thompton, C. Gale, aud D. Gornaly (secretary). The President stated that he had received the result of the ballot for the election of 15 gentlemen to serve as committeemen for the present year, and the voteB polled by the can didates were as follows : — Alexander Finch ,,,,,,,, ? ? 43 E. E. Hudson 43 ' James O Donnell ? 43 John Broatch ? ? ? ? 42 G. L. Dickson ................ 42 M.MoCann ? ..........42 A. Laird ? ? ? ? ? 41 T. R. Jackson ............. .... 40 A. W. McPheraon ............ 40, C. Nail ? ? ? 40; N. F. Smith SS O. M.Thomas .............. 35 ' Thomas Cadell,.., ....34 1 J. M. Fullarton .............. 34 R. W. Stewart .32 J. P. McCarthy ....

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

The discovery ino.in-ii r.imrs 'or nil «-.ve -Sa,nc5y, GUgbt, RECISTEREO Inflammation, - Granulation,. Siinrcs ot In - J sects. Weak t yos /mm bku, ciare, oust,.4c. -. f H't* the'awtne marneitou* -//?.,/ o». --U LIVE STfCK. f WzK- I 5 V-/M CrrF:7!l'K | I SLfGHT iNFt'/VMEiJ Ev?5 &IIDS1 | | Wcah Erer, Dimness IS7.? I S | I | _ 531 CEOHGK ST ' f p?XSY;D W E Y./Sh] | ? CUt . ?? - RI3AD THlSr Mr. F. M.ROBINSON, Dubbo, saye— ' I contracted a severe attack of Sandy Blight . / wheu shearing at Dubbo and tried uiany lotioiiH inade up by ohemists iu various towu6, but the pain became vioree, rendering it impossible lo sleep. .Eventually I had the good fortune to try '-Hose's Celebrated Eye Lotion,' - when 'the inflammation cpickly substded, aud a few ap plications removed all pain, iny eyes getting quite well again after a tew days' treatment. I would advise- all those. anSariug - from -eye complaints to try your lotiou— it. undoubtedly cured me.' SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS & STORE'...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

Au igacvamus ia a spontaneous I 'agaosfciQ.. ' * At police court on Tuesday, before Messrs Stewart and Fullarton, Js.P., a blaokfellow rpjoiciug in tho name of John Friday, sued Yet Foo, a Chinese market gardener, for 8/9 balance of wages. Ttie Bench awarded Fri day a verdict for the amount claimed, with 10/- compensation for delayed settlement, and 4/10 costs of court. The amounts were at once paid. A r.EMixiiEiv is hereby given that the tend ers for supplies to the Hillston Hospital for the ensuing year close on Monday. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee will be hold on that evening, when office-bearers will be appoiuted from' ' v; ;/?' the now committee and other important business transacted. Mk. T. Cadell, District Stock Inspector, reports the following stock movements dur ing this week : — 4,000 mixed weaners from Merungle to Koondrook, Walter Tully owner ; (54 fi stud ewes from Merungle to Hay, Walter Tully, owner; 3,000 ewes from Cowl Cowl to Benduck, A. M...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

The Old-Established Butchery JAMES WILSON BEGS to announoe to the Pnblic of Will Bton and distrust that he has purohased the above well-known Butchering business, and hopes that by strict attention to busiu efls, and by supplying none but, the very best goods to merit a fair ; share of the public patronage. A Trial Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ? FOR SALE. A STYLISH double- seated waggonette, A ' nearly new, and spt of double harness. Apply to — GLADSTONE HOTEL, Hill ston. ~~ CAUTION. PERSONS ar-s cautioned agaiust trespas sing on the Wairanary Homestead LeaBe, and all stock found straying on the land will be impounded without respect to ownership. Hillston, 6/10/98. In thu Enervating Heat of Summer The Tonic of the Age IS THE Coca, Quinine and Iron Preparation. FOE THE NERVES, BODY, AND MIND. THIS preparation is highly recommended for tboso suffering from overwork or worry, Antemia, Sleeplessness. Nervous or Physical Exhaustior, Depression of Spirits, Lack of Energy. Prepared...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNTHAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

Hunthawanu. C. Bloomfield, run out . . .14 J. Salisbury, b Ashton ...... 0 H. Hodge b MoDonald ? ? 9 S. M. Raff, b McDonald ......... . V,\ . 6 O. M. Thomas, b Jennings ............ 3 D. O'Hare, b McDonald ? '...... S G. Cumming, not out ........ ........ 3 G. Mcpherson, b MoDonald ? ? 0 A. W. McPherson, b McDonald ........ 0 J. W. McCarthy, b Jennings .......... 0 P. Condon, b MoDoDonald ? ; ? ? 2 T. Dodd, c Davidson, b McDonald. ..... 5 W. Hodge, b Ashton ? ? ? ? ? 1 J. Brown, b McDonald ................ 0 R. Edwards, b McDonald ? ? 0 Byes .... ? ? ? .... 3 L byci. 1 Total ...... ...................... 55

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAMMING THE NILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

D AM MING THE NILE. The London correspondent of the 'Australian Star,' writing on Dec. 6 th says : — The giant undertaking regard ing the construction of a dam across the Nile has been commenced. Great activity prevails at Assouan, all the workmen's dwellings, hospitals, and other buildings necessary, tfqr Messrs. John Aird and Co's immense staff hav ing been completed. Over, 2,000; na tives are at the moment encased; in blasting operations, and 250 of Italy's cherry sons fire quarrying »ind dressing the building material. The dam is obviously to form a storage reservoir for irrigation purposes. Sir Benjamin Baker is the engineer who is directing this — one of the most ambitious works of the 19th century. The character of the dam at Assouan will be appar ent when it is stated that the flood discharge of a river a mile wide and 30 feet deep will oe discharged through its sluices. At times the river will be dammed back to a height of about 66 feet above its present level, and for a di...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

CRICKET. I A most enjoyable day was spent on the | 26th inst. by some 45 people (or more) at the Willandra Weir, the occasion being that of a cricket match between Merri Merrigal and Hunthawang Stations. As there were some seven or eight aspiring cricketers present over and above the picked elevens, it was de cided to play fifteen aside. The day was a perfect one, the fielding ground exoell.nt, the wicket good, but dead. This, added to the fact that the bowlers seemed in all caees to be on the spot, no douot accounted for the small scores. Merri Merrigal winning the toss, decided to bat and were all disposed of for the small total of 4S— all the good bats with one exception being got rid of very cheaply. This one exception was Mr. Broatch, who wisely saw that the game was to hit, and hit he did, and knocked tip 18 in a very short space of time, his score as it turned out being the biggest in the match. Ashton, Budd, and Arthur McDonald also battod well ? for their runs. The Merrigal...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

FOE SALE or TO LET 4 FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE, well fenoed, 'good stable and out-buildiuus, J acre allotment. For iurther particular* apply to WILLIAM BROWN, Lachlan-street, next Flour Mills KSaumann C^cSe Agency. MR. JAMES LAWLER, junr., ha« beeu appointed louul ageur, at Hillston for tu« iibove, wuh whom all bueinehs tiaos actions relating thereto will be conducted . A call of iriHpectioii is invited. All sundries and fittings iu stuck. . '? ; J AS. LAWLER, junr., Tattersall's Hotel. VIOLIN TUiTION. MR. T. GUNN wishes to notify that he is now open to engagement to give Itseaons on the violin. Quarter commencing at any date. Address: C/O Fritz Ludwegs, Laohlan Cafe. J O'DON N E LL, Solicitor, etc., EQUITABLE BUILDINGS. . GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. E* C. AE@HiOfiSQGl, Practical W atchmaker, HIGii-ST., HILLSTON. Caution. Poisoned Water, Grain and Sticks, Laid on MERRI MERRIGAL, HUABBA NORTH WHOEY, and NORTH EUABALONG RUNS. JOHN BROATCB ~~ fiTotTc^ PERSONS in charge of Travelling Stock must gi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Muchly Married Man. A HILLSTON TAILOR CHARGED WITH BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

A Muchly Married Man, A HILLSTON TAILOR CHARGED i Will! BIGAMY. At the Hillston Police Court, on Saturday, 28th January, before Chas. Robertson, P.M , Alfied Harkins or Arkins, alias Baun, ap peared in oustody to answer an information sworn to by Margaret Richardson, of Hill ston, that he (Harkins) did marry Catherine Ruth Regan, and that while he was so married he did, on the 27th day of Decem ber, 1898, at Hillston, marry the complain ant, the said Catherine Ruth Regan being then alivo. The accused was not represented by a solicitor. The evidence of Constable Briggs, of Ivanhoe, given oefore Mr. G. Williamson, J.P., at the I/anboe police court on the 23rd instant, was read, as follows : I arres ted the accused nowbetore the court at Ivan hoe this morning, 23rd JaD., 1899, by virtue of a warrant which I now produce ; it is under the hand and seal of a magistrate of the colony of New South Wales ; I charged aooused with bigamy ; he made no reply ; before I arrested the accused I sai...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

'? ^ Published Onf-» ;t WVt'k, ^ i Tjs.rais ox-: Suuuoiamox : 4 '. 15s, }-e»* fuiinnn prepaid, ^ £1 if Koiiknil. j V

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

L:' - ^ - ' 'I ►??? As FIRST-CLASS ►A DVER TIST NO.M E1-T UAj I J O IMPRINTI NG Tivmptlv ife CarefuHv Exact) - wA ' - ►- ? ; ? ? ? i— . .

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

. ..yV ; VT | UIIIIMJIIHHI MB I III II III |l|l ?? I'll III !!? I .. tMteS L„ , The ''ffoy&l SMI' Hotel ' - HULLSTOBS. V ( XTrnkt the patronage ofthe Commercial Travel ' kn' 'Association., of N.&. W.) ,? | L FINCH, Proprietor. npHiS well- known '.and,. popular .^hotel J. affords itrst olft^s accommodation, with titivate Buitea of rooms for faosilies, and com plete bath-rooms, billiard-room, and other ac cessories. The stabling is the largest and bast in tho district, and under a oatefuLaud alt en tire groom. A well-appointed Hail,~ licensed for theatrical performances, is in' connfcbtion with the hotel. - THE . CLUB ISISI HOTEL, HWB»«TK«tT, HtU-8TO». TTJk IRST - CLASS Family If Hotel. Every comfort and Convenience. . Special terms for permanent boarders and families. JAMES O'DONNELL, Proprietor lattersaUs Motet HILLSTON. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION COMBINED WITH CIVILITY AND CLEANLINESS. BEDS le. MEALS la. ? FREE STABLING. ' - JAiVlES LAWLER, Proprietor. The Gladstone ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

J gEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR STOCK IS FULLY REPLETE WITH ALL. j- ^ ^ ^ ^ I'lIE LINES NMUniSSA^RY l-'ok ' ' ^ |- ^ JNCLUDING BODALLA HAMS & BACON, t.yj^AN.l'.S & 1^1 SINS; JORDAN f } ALMONDS, BISCUITS & tOLLIES, Etc.,' OF THE BEST QUALITY. ^ {ALSO , ' - ? | - TOYS, CHRISTMAS CARDS, and XMAS and NEW YEAR GIRTS, in Great Variety, , if Do Wot Fail to Give THE OLD FIRM a Call, as OUR IHOTtO Is ^ '? J ' ;/::c;.-;-y^;^yBERAL PRICES & GOOD VALUES.„^%— », ^ - .WITCONIBE & - FULLARTOM,' Universal Pr&wiilers? Hitlston. - ' HILLS TON. i Patent Roller Flour Milling I Company. j The unclersigued are now ptirchiis ; ,-ing WHEAT. Hi ghest J price given. Beat Patent fSoiSigip FSour and PoBI&pdl for SaSe. PRICE * AT MILL. Floor L9 per ton, or 20s, per bag, Brari and pollard L3 1 4s 8d ?-??. }(y the tori, or 9d per , Xloushel by the bag. MILLERS, IlISTON. Mr. Zinzan Harris, SURGEON DENTIST (Late of Pittar auA Harris, Hay.) WILL visit HILLSTON eve...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE COLONEL'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

THE COLONEL'S S2QET.' ' ' Criterion ' (U.S.) I can think of no circum stances?,' said young Johnson, 'where a deliberate suicide would be otherwise than a wrong a violation of the 'Teat principle — Thou shaltnot kill!' Young Johnson prided him- 1 self on his hard sense It was hard sense he had. Iiatd to , change.- He was somewhat set in his opinions. i he'Coloncl hadu't becty tak ing part in the discussion. /The Colonel was older than ? most oi us. But this remark of young Johnson's seemed to start him thinking, for he ' broke 111 herewith — r 1 tm I don't quite agree with ;/ ' you/' he said,' and. along argu Im.ent ensued. The Colonel v ' - waxed eloquent in defending his case, but most of the com / pany were against hini. Then he took a new tack ; j ' 'You have heard of John Savage, boy&,' he said, ' He -j - was a little before your time, 1 1 know, but did you ever hear' the1 story of his life ?' There was none of us who | had, as T remember, so the Colonel had to ted it. ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

LONDON, Thursday. Tho Riuiau Catholic Conference at Dublin strongly supports Ireland's claim for the establishment of additional universities. The first President of the Court of Cassation reports that numerous threats were made that the Judges of the criminal section would be murdered if any deoisiou given by them proved unaoceptablo to the anonymous cor reSDondents. Turkish official circles accuse Great Britain of exciting the Macedonians against the Ottoman rule for tho purpose of involviug Russia in European complications, and so obtain a free hand in the far east. Later. The UDilof] States authorities are dtepusiid to offer the Cuban authorities three millions sterling to lay down their arms. The sum to be reimbursed from the revenue of the island . i Friday. 'Tho Times' considers -Yustralia was never so near the achievement of complete federation as sho now is. Britons will eagerly await news with reference to the attitude of the colonies towards the modified scheme. ?' The Da...

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