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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

VICTORIA. The insolvents P. & G. Turnbull (trad ing as Turnbull Brothers) have obtained a certificate. The Gottenburg, from Otago, has brought 12,000 ounces of gold, but no news of any importance. An influential meeting has been held in favour of direct steam communication via the Cape. Sir James Palmer presided aud a Committee was formed to organize a Company. It is rumoured that Mr. James Service will resign, and that he intends to proceed to Europe. Tobacco is lower. Hugh Glass, one of the Pastoral Kings of the colony, was, yesterday morning, found dead in his bed. The cause of death is not yet known.-Telegraph. QUEENSLAND.-We (Adelaide Chron icle) have our Queensland files to the 19tk instant. The * Brisbane Guardian,' of the 17th, says that " The Bill to re constitute the Legislative Council on an elective basis came on for its second reading in that House yesterday. The motion was made by the Attorney-Ge neral, as representing -the Government, but although last session...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE MINISTERIAL CEISIS AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

THE MINISTERIAL CEISIS' AT ADELAIDE. . . The following is .the account given by the " Observer," of the recent Ministerial " crisis " at Adelaide " Steer the ship -yourselves!" was the exclamation of Columbus when on. one occasion his timid crew threatened a mu tiny unless he directed their course - to wards smooth water. But the crew knew better. They were tired of follow ing, but were not * prepared to lead. They desired to command, but wanted no responsibility. Therefore, the task of steering themselves was not quite agreeable, and they preferred to "go on as before. Iii much the same manner our readers have seen that the Ministry have just offered to let'the House of Assembly "steer themselves," and the result has ? been the, same as in the case of Columbus. Nobody was ready to take the helm, no body wanted the responsibility of altering the course, and nobody could say where the commander's navigation was greatly to blame. Mr. Mildred, indeed, who was the first of the " old sal...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

FAT CATTLE. JWfflJ©KT¥ XT AS, Received instructions -to sell by -?t*- Public Auction, on Tuesday, 29th instant, at Long's Yards, South Australian Hotel, SO head Fat Cattle. Xlso, Splendid -spring; box-Horse Dray, just from the maker's hands. Useful'Sacks Splendid -spri from the Sale to commence at 12 o'clock precisely. IWtTCJHTY WALLACE, who is relinquishing the Drapery Department-.ctf 'Businessf'to sen by -P-ubllc Atiction, and to continue cacK evening ftr'n We<^the:whQle of ilia remaining stock Goods, condsting " jVtenV clothing' Lrapery Hosiery- . - -,. . >:: f L - v Boots and! shoQs, ^ .../.v&c^.ff;jcc^: &'c. DEP^STtTRINa Llbintts: AND ,;. :,ANOTAL LEASES, v Grotm iand|^i^'Xinmigration Office,: . \fi. C 2tdelaicle, J\ily^;I862;" rj ^H^^dermentioned Hundreds .having ; A "been proclaimed suT3seq.iiefi.tly:'to thelst June last, HQ^oe is hereby given ? tK^Lieejises ^;depa^^^«a^ef ^^ei; Croi^n; Lands, in the said Htmi^eds trill" - be issuod inctermirtof ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

amTEHjEKS'< jiiwr, Informing . Gentlemen ^iTr^veilitf^ to-s aM : from B£iaOonaell:Etiy, that lie has Opened 'an ; HbtSl, at AIlaMale, Four Miles from the Bay, and hopes byxivility and attention fo ; Visitors tQ obtain' their patronage. - ' -The'Best of Liquors, WineSj '&c., supplied.. ' . " ' ; . ' i Ooyct \Stabling. IEWIMPOIITS. j^AXOlSMMi ' Oil,, Colourless and void of Smell. BRI^tLIANtiNE OIL/ . . - Equal^ta- 'E^erasene r .and Cheaper. ^e&^'impb^tidn of these beau tifiil OILS, - adapted for burning in KerQsine ahd. Paraffine Lamps, and strpngly rec<«^ended to;wh6 wkit'a CK>od Light. JPAaKAffFiarE On, , }\ ,,6emune-i, finest quality burns well. v.eryClieap . , - -Also Gloi^%".;Clumney8j and Wicks. . r ; r - !. . 5, Currie-street, - : ADELAIDE. y "41- o- Ji VALENTINE, , t v : STOCK &COMMISSION AGENT, :: PLAINS. V kuCTiONEER & COMMISSION AGENT, Loans Negotiated on Freehold Security. . FOR SALE/ SHEEP Station, near Portland, wi...

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LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS, The following unclaimed letters' are now Hying at the Past-office', Mount Uambier: Acroyd, Wm. Beaton, Donald Baines, G. v, Bradley, C. Bethune, Alex. Brpwn, "William Brown, R. Bated, Thos. Brown,. JV. Brotdti, Win. Becktforth, Jn. Kruger, Wm. ' Kelle, Wm. King, Thos. . " ICo'nnor, Henrich, care of Mr. Plotter Kean, James Lamont, - Lurry Lynch, Martin Leonard, John Lee, Christopher BjiroeU,. John, care ofLubecke, Christian J. "USf aqlDonnell Lay, Mr. Brines and WinterfieldMillard, Vincent Blake, M rs. Bonnell, C. Bloomer, Patrick. Beckwith,^Mr.' Boothly; John Macaffy, Hu^h McLay Mather, Thos. McKenzie, John "McDonald, Donald'. Brown, Jas., -carpenterMcLaren, D. Blume, A. McIntyre,_Jobn Cunningham, John Gornelius and Stone Cotterill, Geo. Gurrell, E. Chalk, Mr. Condan, John Cameron, Alex. Cohen, J. Cross, Mr. Creager, A, Cook, Chas, Comeing, Peter, eare: of Brody Clark, E.,- Mrs. " Crosier, Wm. Donnelly, Wm. Dike, John Dover, Wm. Duff, J. P. Dutch, C. Donne...

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evenin. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

ZmWMtil m MARKETS. Border Watck .Office, . Thursday Evening . At -Adelaide the Produce Markets con tinued very fir# up to Saturday last, and sales of wheat were made on that, day at even' higher rates than qupted ai last we6k, but during the present week very little business has been transacted. All brdgrs on hand have been executed, and £fte£e are no buyers at the moment for export. Or^B large parcel of wheat has been offered from day to day at lower, rates, but as yet met with no purchaser, although the'seller is willing to take 5s. 6di per bushel, but nothing else is' offer ing at this, figure. . - Ploub.-^-The price remains as before quoted, £13 to £13 5s. for wire, dressed, aijd;£13 iOs: to £14 per ton for silk 3jeessed. "WHEAT-Sales were made on Satur day last at 5s. 10^d. per bushel, for ex port, but since then, owing to. the causes stated above, the price has declined, and a parcel of 5,000 bushels could be pur chased " at 5s. 6d; Many sellers still, ask 6s. 3>rayloads in...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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FRIGHTFUL TRAGEDY ON LUDGATE-HILL. From the Dispatch, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

FRIGHTFUL TEAGEDY ON LU1> GrATE-HILL. From the Dispatch, May 25. On Thursday evening an alarm was given that Mrs. Vyse, the wife of Mr. Yyse, bonnet-maker, of No. 32, Ludgate hill, had murdered her two children, and afterwards attempted to commit suicide by cutting her throat with a razor. In a very short time the street became almost impassable, and it was with difficulty that the police could keep a way clear for the traflic, every one being anxious to obtain the particulars of this melancholy event. At ten minutes past 4 o'clock in the afternoon Mrs. Yye directed the servafit girl to Mr. JCeating's, the chemist and druggist in SI. Paul's-churchyard, for a quantity of powders similar to those which she had received in the morning. The servant accordingly went as directed, and when she returned with the powders she went up to her mistress's bedroom, where she had left her. She knocked, but receiving no answer, she endeavoui'ed to open the door. She found it fastened, upon which ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ENGLISH & EUROPEAN. AWFUL TRAGEDY AT MAN. CHESTER. (From the Home Newa, April 26.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

ENGLISH & EUBOPEUL AWFUL TRAGEDY AT MAN. CHESTEE. (From the Home Newa, April 26.) Dn;the morning of May 16, one of the , moW daring and deliberate murders., since tKat by Eush, was committed in Man chester, and within about 300 yards of the Exchange. About half-past eight o'clock- Mr. Evan Meller, a house and estate agent, living at Old Trafford, left home, and proceeded to Manchester, with the intention of going to the offices of himself and son in St. James's Chambers, in South King-street, and . next door to St. James's square. He arrived at the staircase leading to the offices, which are - on the second floor, about a quarter past nine o'clock, and had ascended to the se cond landing, when he found a man and his wife, named William Eobert Taylor and Martha Anne Taylor, waiting for him, close to the door, leading to his offices. The man was armed with a large Imife, stich as is used by provision deal _ ers, about 10 inches long in the blade, and an inch and a half broad, ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

APS£E¥ PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ftssQetfeftaK, ' 4, 'TEESIDENT : SAMUEL WILSON, M.L.A. VICE-PRESIDENT : THE HON. GEO. C. HAWKER, M.L.A., Adelaide. CHAIRMAN AND TREASURE!! : R P. HINDS, J.P. COMMITTEE: Hngh M'Leod, J.P. Adam Smith J. Garter, J.P. James Gordon, James Whittaker, J.P. Walter Laidlow , Robert Mathieson, J.P James Affleck James Dun] op Donald M'Lellan David Edgar John 13. Broughton William Thompson. William Affleck. Robert Rutherford. Dugald Wraith. HONORARY SECRETARY. J. P. IIAYMAN. TIES FIB§T SHOW Of this Society will be held at A PS LEY, ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6xn, 1862, When the following Prizes will be awarded for tho undermentioned Stock HORSES. CLASS 1. % 1. For the Best Draught Entire Horse above three years old, £5 2. For tne second best of this class, L3. CLASS 2. 1. For the best Mare of the Draught breed, above three years old, L5. 2. For the sccond best of this class, L3. CLASS 3. 1. For the Best Colonial-bred Entire Horse of the Draught breed, above three year...

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MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own correspondent.) Friday, July 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own correspondent.) ' r Friday, July 25th. .J sjn the' " BTaniiitoii Spectator" of last weelt>^a^h8ervethefollo\vingparagraph relating tiKji girl long resident on the Plains. Beibse leaving here some paonths agosho began ^exhibit those symptoms of-insanity whicli have since resulted in such a pitiable condition.-" An unfortii nate yxjiing-woiiian named Susan Alexan der has be^a lying for several day's in the lock-up in a^tate of catalepsy. She w£^ brought here fi^om Harrow where she was given in-change 6£ the police from one of j the:'neighbouring stations, as a lunatic. She has how been fifteen days in- a state j of utter unccaisciousness. Such a case as this shows otir want of an hospital, for fjhe Qqnnot; possibly receive proper atten 'tipCm:;piftr .miserable lockup." The weather has been exceedingly wSt" for tTfee past ten days, and the township streets are in a deplorable condition. ?There's mud on the right of them, mud on the left, of them, and m...

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The Boarder Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1862. AN AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

^30Viljcr Watoft, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY", AUGUST 1, 1862. AN AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. WE fain hope that, should the important movement towards obtaining an interco lonial tariff be successful, it will prove the precursor to other and more important changes in these colonies-that especially the practice of the civil law will be uni foum'throughout, and that it will no longer be many man's powerjto defeatthe ends of justice by dodging about the frontiers of the provinces, and defraud the public by fleeing from one province to another. A Frenchman may escape from his creditors in Lorraine by crossing the Rhine into Bavaria, and there may be nothing very anomalous in that, for these are countries foreign to each other, and ruled by diffe rent sovereigns: but it is really intoler able that a resident in Victoria should escape a summons or disappoint a creditor by crossing the boundary into New South "Wales. These things ought not so to be. We may be told that the latterobj...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

N*^0 ''COBEESPONDEITTS.-^An; advertifeemenij will .satisfy " fi^feerlber" thatthe publication of his letterhas been tendered unnecessary. . k . ? jjisxEiCT; "Co'uNciL.7-JTaines jJroppr* /fsfenj rE5sq,y j .P./has receiy^danan^werto "'the.'Memorial* sent' irotn'-this1 distinct, respecting the-. Hundreds of Blanche and Gambier/ and the necessity for theestab lisbnient* Council! ©ijei" Government, iftrough-^e' Gominissipner «of. Crown Lands, intimate thai under the ^District Comdid;4^;:tlie;F0(^l claims must first be .settie&^ is dpne^ the "District will be declared as a whole* r'.v . \.s*» "v. Gotebnment NoTiCEs^In . our ad tertieang columns will be. found several important. Gover&meiit advertisements. One relates to-'the* sale ofitpwn sections in tlie Township, of Narrafcporte; another is ti; notice ^.perspris illegally occupying <>owLjmdB>.^d^ toappli cations . vThe FlizE Tiior^ni-^Tiie prize plough Arrived last week, and was exhibited at lhe Farmers'...

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MOUNT GAMBIER INSTITUTE. [Communicated.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

: * MOUNT QAMBIBR INSTITUTE. [Communicated.] MANY of our readers are doubtless aware that Mr. Cobbett, during his temporary stay among us, initiated a Literary Insti tute, with which already have become connected upwards of one hundred mem bers. As there may yet be many persons unaware of the existence and contem plated objects of this organization, we feel a pleasure in assisting the Committee in making it more widely known, and the anticipated advantages more fully appre ciated. A large and well-selected Library, to which frequent access may be had, is the first and most important feature connected with the Institute. Lectures on popular subjects calculated to instruct and interest all classes of society, to be delivered in monthly series-is the second feature. And in course of time, it is hoped, will be established a reading room, to which mem bers will be enabled to resort for a com fortable half hour, either to meet a friend, consult the latest intelligence of the mar kets, or ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

DAIBY PRODUCE.-Colonial Cheese is now very scarce (says the "Warrnamb'ool Examiner) in Melbourne, and thosefwho devote their attention to this branch of industry are reaping good profits. W(s know of one dairyman whose ;-^h<?ese is celebrated in Warrnambppl,i^h^received an order the other day melbourne purchaser, for a ton of^lieeBe at 9d. per pound.. . '--'Y Impounded by G. Glen, Esq., J.P. Roan .ana white bullock, DltBF-off ribs, 2 off thigh, S near rump . Koan anci white cow, O (in diamond) off ribs, ' By E. Leake, Esq. ' .Yqllow and white bullock, indescribable brand off rump . Yellow cow, O off rump vIf Hot claimed will be sold on the 12th of .Augusfyiit nopn.?» .. . , JAMES STEIN, Poundkecper. . ' . ?' {' . . .1 " , ' . J MPOTTNDED ' at the Public Pound,1' *.; Penola * * .; . .. . '. Bay colt, blaze in face, no visible brand , Chesnut mare, with foal at foot, star, like j^L. near shoulder Black mare, saddle marked, star, . like JP Off' shoulder, hind, fetlock white ...

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LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, JOLY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, JOI.Y 29. Present on the Bench:-J. C. Ly6n, Esq., S.M.; T. A. Wells, Esq., J.P.; J. Umpher ston, Esq., J.P. Mr. Burton was engaged in most of the following cases. The attendance of spectators during the day .was inconveniently numerous, the small Court House being crowded to excess. The heavy, down-pouring rain rendered the day addition ally uncomfortable, because, when the Court adjourned for a short time, in the middle of the day, there was no place for any one to retire to; and there was nothing for it but to undergo the brief recess under heavy rain, or to flounder through the mud towards a place of temporary refreshment. The increasing business of the Local Court of Mount Gambier imperatively calls upon the Government to give us some decent and more adequate accommodation for the dispensation of public justice. The Cause List was exhibited on the door of the Court House; and it contained the follow ing cases:-Bremer v. Connor and wife; Pingel v. Horton; Gr...

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GENERAL NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

GENERAL NEWS, NEW "WOOL PRESS.-WC have freei* shown a model of a wool press, designed by Mr. Lane, of this township, by means of which the inventor calculates that a very considerable saving of labour will be effected. In form it differs little from the ordinary screw press at present in use in most Wool-sheds, the difference chiefly consisting in some additions of a simple, though ingenious land, by which the press is rendered more of a machine, and leBS requiring manual labour m its working. Tn M"r. Lane's model theTe are two boxes, made so as to be easily taken to pieces, the sides fitting together by means of hooks, and so soon as the . bot-, torn box,is filled, tha top box, which is of I the same dimensions as the other, is put ! and filled from above, the screw being fixed into a wrought iron winch, which is placed on a tramway, so that the screws can be moved back, leaving the hole clear for the filling of the boxes. One pressure thus suffices to fill the bale. The posts, ins...

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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

-.U< . . - .' . .WEDNESDAY. * Mr Burton applied for permission to pro duce secondary evidence; in the case, and .handed m an attested copy of the agreement Henry. Bunge, sworn, stated that on the sec tion-there was a house, . a plough, winnowing imachine^casks, &c.He left a man in charge, an4 was informed that the article?? named had been removed, and the winno\^^ machine . broken in ? pieces."..; William Goodikerj .* twho had been left in charge, stated what . things had been removed j and that he had lent an axe with which the harrows had been . chopped in pieces. Th6:bench inquired if he ' called that taking care of- the place ? Henry Westendorf : .was shown the agreement, but was unable ? to read .it. It was read by the clerk of the co^rt, arid set forth, the terms of the contract,-'" After.farther evidence had been ? taken, the bench consulted, and gave a verdict for the.defendant, because it had been proved that it was his. brother who had taken the things a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

;? NOTICE. The KEY. J. J. WESTWOOD, Bap-! tist Evangelist, W ILL preach the Gospel, (D.Y.) in! " the NATIONAL SCHOOL ROOM, on SABBATH first, morning J and evening. Service to commence at Eleven o'clock, forenoon, and half past j six in the evening. %. The subject iii the evening will be the | Second Advent. " Mr. Westwood is supported by dona-1 tions and the sale of Bibles, Testaments, and religious books. , Residence, pro. tem., at Long's Hotel. MOUNT GAMBIER ettWRGir OF FMb"©. rip HE Subscribers are requested to attend a ? General Meeting, to be held at Long's | Room, on Wednesday, 6th August, at 7 p.m., for the purpose! of electing Trustees. GEO. M. NOBES, Hon. See.I »/JPUNT GAMBIER CIIUBCII OF XT* ENGLAND PARSONAGE BUILDING FOND.-The Subscribers are respectfully re quested to pay their several sul seriptions before the 10th August next, in order to enable I the Committee to complete the purchase of the Land, selected for the site of the proposed] Parsonage. C. G. DOUGHTY, Treasu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

, ;*-!Ihds6 "WeU-lfiovm PtemiBea, the PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, Standing - on one acre.: of Ground in tlie am^t Antral pTorfi^?of and tChiSyjriS Township 'of »:#-> . Having Three frontages to th<s Principal Streets and Market Squpe, containing laifcge Coffee Booin, ^ Spacious Bar, ; - ,, , vx * Public and. Private Parlours Commodious Bedrooms, , 'A. . -i.-. AN JO : - $. SIX-STALL STABLES, the.,whole Let on Lease to th«fsent Q&eupier for Five years, at a J&eStal ot |l$0 per Annum. Me greater -part of the Premises are qtiite new, and -will' be completed in^a few Veeks; the whole forming one olthe MOST COMPLETE HOTELS ? ;' ' IN THE SOUTH - EASTERN DISTRICT. For particulars tod terms apply to . _ ? MESSRS. Thom&on & CO>, PEm)LA, . Or, > MESSES. T. & J. Fn?&- JOETLAp), and " . Mb. Scarborough, Saddler, Kundle Btreet, ABELALKE. W. SIMPSON, TEACHEB Or: THE VIOLIN, BEGS to acquaint the Public that he intends to Teach a Few Pup...

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LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 August 1862

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following unclaimed letters are now lying at the Post-office, Mount Gambier: July 31st. Acroyd, Wm. Lubke, Christian Applebee, Wm Leete, Saml. Abbott, Daniel Blag-Lane, George den McKinnon,.Plough Inn Anderson and Watson Mansell, S. D Blake, Mrs. Bonnell, C. Bloomer, Patrick Burton, James Brodey, Chas. Ballard Mcintosh, Chas Milne, Mr Northen Ernest Nay lor, W rs O'Flaherty O'Leary, Daniel Brown, Robert, late ofPrescott, Ed, mount Pleasant Picken, John Barnet, John Cameron, Alex. Cook, Chas. I'omeing, Peter Dover, Wm. Dunbar, A. Finnemore, Fidge, Thos. Gone, James, junr. Gemskc. Gebhart, Wm Henessy, Wm Holt, John Ilepner, W Jenzen, F. Potter, Dan. Penny, John Rabone, Miss Seebohm, Mr. Schenkle, John Sutherland, Alex Spain, John Skeggs, George Smith, M iss V. Taylor, Richd Telford, James Waggott, Gustav, care of Carl Schmidt White, George

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