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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

.W-EEIO^ir ;.'. OA.I.jakjDAK. ? ; . S;U;iIA815, v."\ ' First ^Qupr[or^AugnBt 3rd, 2,47 p.ro.ij f ? >'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

OOJliMEllOIAiL. . FARM- "PRODUOE. 'ft ? SYDNEY." Tuesday!''' Or) the whoryes to^day prime green* lucerne is'selling at^B3 'lo £3.5/; ditto old hay, £2 l;5/- toi £3 rnVdiuin' snmples,; £2 10/- per ton, Tfre'morlret'is overstouked witli hay, and bufeiriess" is'dulj? r-M'aizo; eelling" nt 2/7 to 2/9 ;^bkts£ .3/iflier^b'ushqli Ifor'seed and feed. 'OircuIaKHo^dpotatpes, £4 15/ ; New Zealand do, £3 10/- to £3 .15/- per ton ; Viofori/iri' onioW,' £il'do, chaff, £5 per ton,, butterj in keg; 9d 'to 1/6 per lo ; eggs, 10d to 1/- per dozen ; bacon, 3dto' Gd j (cbeose, (4d to^d^- ham, 6d to 8d ; lard, 3dU'o!5'dy.'h'onoy,J^d;to 5d'; beeswax, 9d;' to lOd peiylb,;;, millBt brooms,10/- per dozen. The ^Wlieat ^Market.-This market; is eaEiwvfovritig.'to tli&"'Victorian' people; not withstanding. their,.statistics,, having,- oven now, jnorej, bre.adstuffs ithan . they require ; a,nd>.theiAdeltidei!market, owing to home crops being good, will have to find , another market besides South'; Afr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

Y'ASS NEWS. ( ' 1 V:' ~ V;'v '' ' - V + 1V;i i/* Y/-ii : (FROM OUR Colt RESPONDENT.) 'AT.the police-court on Tuesday, 2nd instant;' Ann Stewart, oharged with being drunk and disorderly, wos seat to paol.for'1- day's in default of payingja fine of 20/. .M .i-.TABS. Agiuoultubal'' SOCIETY.''- The monthly imeeting of: the committea' was" belli in the MecliHiiicsVInslitutB on Tu0sd«y; '2ndi August. Present: Mr Rees Jones (vice-presi dent) in the.'obnir,' and rMetisrs. Dodds,'.Hall, .Terry,' Oumius, audMoOnllum. The min utes.,of .last lnonthly^and; spcoial'; meetings"' wore road aud. confirmed., Tho Booretary road correspondence from Bovoriil 'exhibitors with rolerenoe to show- matters, and was instructed to reply, thereto; v. Tho coniuaitt,qo;. decided to allow .owners 'of. sheep to put them in th» show- pons tbo,uight previous to the'exhibition; The secretary: was instructed to conimunicato'witlv tho .donflrs of special pi'izuu asking- thi'mitoifbrwiird. the am'ount/:. TliHt tHnder.of....

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Mother's Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

:. <A> Mother's Suicide. A shocking occurrence is reported! to have taken place . on Saturday ; afternoon ,, at Orange; A. married woman, aged !30, .. the wife of a carrier named Spico, sent her three young1 children out,for a walk, who on re-, turning".found: their., mother,changing' ;by?a clothes-line from a ;beam in , the, house oc cupied by the family, on' tho' farm of .Mr. Thomas "Dalton;. The children ruu to;town to find-their lather and give'tho alarm', - but' when the woman was cub down 'life wns found to >.be extinct. An inquest was held, when a verdict of suicide while labouring under temporary insanity, was returned. It is supposed.that the cuuse of the deed was domestic linhappiness,.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Wholesale Horse Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

Wholesale Horse, Stealing; . A. man named Walter Bibbv, who, if; hi8 own confession, to tbe arresting constable be of- any value, has been doing: remarkably well; out . of ; systematic horse-stealing, J was brought up before the police magistrate on Saturday. The actual chargo wos one of stealing' a horse the property of Mr, Plun kett, of Bowna,.and two others,'the property of Mr. Gurry,. of Garryo wen: Bibtiy; ad mitted to constable Hoban that he bad sold one horse to Mr. White, hotelkeeper, of Tarcutta, and further stated that -.he had car ried on a raid nmong horses from Gippsland to the N. S. Wales border, especially: about Myrtleford', Beechworth, and Wangaratta, then travelling under the name of Robert son. He also admitted having stolen horsos in this colony, in the neighbourhood of Jerilderie. He was romandad until Saturday.-Espress. . , 1 .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN POLICE COURTS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. Before Messrs. H. H. Voss, F.Horn, and Captain Rossi. LARCENY AS A BAILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURTS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST';3; Boforo Messrs. H. H. Voss, F.. Horn, Oaptaio liossi. ' F I .LARCENY AS A' BAILEE; ' ".'! Robert Taylor .was charged aB: above, i : Miv Bolts for prisoner. , . iSenior-oonaiable . Gall, stationed at Ta rago, deposed: thnt . be ]iad: received-the prisoner from tho Braid wood police oa Tues day, with the warrant and {depositions produced.1 ', . > ! 1 j & The-daposlions woro read, which gave; the parti'culars' of prisoner's. arrest at Araluen iand his remand to Q-oulburn ; prisoner-had in his possession a, .bay; mare branded OAI, and u saddle and bridle. , * Samuel 0. Strange deposed : -I am a livory' stable keeper- living in' Goulburn ; prisoner came' to my stables on the 4th July, and said, " Will you let mo , have a horse to go as far ;as Boro; my own horse is i 'at'rny oouain's?" I-told liim I could let him have one j ? he aslted me what itho price would bo, and I said £l ; ho said ho hud" plenty of,references j ho agreod 'to t...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Poisonous Lolly Stick. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

Poisonous Lolly Stick; The Mount Alexander Mail reports a fatal CDSO of poisoning by eating- lollies. A lad named Thomas Alfred Mapson was taken ill .shortly ufter eating a lolly stick, and after several days ol suffering be died. Dr. Bone, who made a post-mortem ex aminutioni;found't.bo stomach,presenting all the evidences of irritant poisoning, choro being' extonsivo inflammation and ulcera tions, whiolrhad extended down the smallest intestines, the large intestines being clear. The cause of death was perforation . of 'the bowels, the result of. irritant poisoning,.', A verdict to that effect wastrecorded. ? . .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Death of Mr.Marcus Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

'iDeath of Mr.' Marcus. Clarke.j iA tolegrani to tlio Sydney. ^Herald from Molbourne iinforasuus of . the death'fof iMr;. Marous-Olarlcoj lately Assistant;,Librarian.of) tbeUlelboitrne; Public Library* and; one of; .thol boBt-known ;cplonialvauthors. .( Tlie de-' oeasod gentleman, who was a native of Ken sington,"England,I arrived' in ,Victniia| in, t4,863^iincVwH8:at'ono-liuiW.on,tlio staff of * tho Aigas,, J3»Qtirs jago^, liey became. well iknovniiinflite'rafcnrd.'iby v.bisKolover.sketobes,?' fj'j-.Th'o^Penpatetiu_,P]iilosoph?r," '' "Long "dd(is," a* novel ; ^ His'Natural Life,',! a 'romanoe"offj considerable,v;intore8t,dealings , withjtho history.of: thejoohvint settlements, in' '{^n^t#Hlin^jrMmania,yaDdtvNbrfolk'l'l8lon'dv},i' ?^.Oid Btnriea, Re-told,"-'and soverhl-panlo-' minii'Si'iincl dramas., ; In ^ 1876 be''received;: his appointrnHnf m^onnQotion^Vjith the Mel- ' i bourne 'Public'Library,*andnrelainod itiup' ! jill;ft5fow.,r^ointh8^-ago. | .'He i;was married in ' r'lSesltOi...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

AND THE Imperial Beverage®, LONG MAY THEY LIVE ! I N order to do honor to our Royal Visitors, the IMPERIAL PRINCE shall DISPOSE of the IMPERIAL BEVERAGES at a CONSIDERABLE REDUCTION, FOR A SHORT TIME. And it is to be hoped that all objections shall be laid aside to do justice to the worthy occasion in the judicious enjoyment of, the Imperial JSeverages, for which the imperial S^rllice will be most grateful. To be had ©MIL IT at the CORNER 01? ». ndf m WEMIi IfiSflj CITY OF THE SOUTH, v BlTNMMAM9^ A CONVERSATION Which tools...' place between two Grcittlemen .-'of "the- Southern', JMstrict. MR. A.-Good morning Mr. B.; where are you going ? Mr. B.-? I am going to get measured for another suit of clothes at Irishman's. Mr. A.-At BUSHMAN'S ? Mr. B.--Yes. Mr. A.-Why don't you go to -, your old Tailor ? Mr. B. -To tell you the truth, 1 have never got better suited in all my life with clothes than I do at ISlIghmaia'S. Mr. A.-I think I'll give him a trial. Mr. B.--If you do you will never, ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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S[?]ho Engine. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

Soho Sngiue.,, ' .. Looking in casually iit Mr. - Patriok MeSlieno's produce storoa,, sjtunied at the; corner of Auburn and Bradley atrrsets,, wo* found one of Messrs; Tnngyo Brothers patent " soho" engines, which is used by Mr, . MoShime in the outline of'straw-a purpose , which i'< accomplishes both expeditiously and with every satisfaction, although its suit-, i ability is by no moans oonfinod to lh©'obj«ot lor whioh-it is now worked. The" engine is . mounted on a colonial-boiler, and is at once ; simple; safe, and economical. The construc tion is far from complicated,' and the form suob as to allo\r of work being accomplished at high ,pr»ssure with ovory assuranco.of safety, no danger being likely' to follow through overheating, as cnay I'esult in the case of other boilers. As an illustration of the improvement in a labour saving point of view, which the soho'!, engine effects, .we may .mention that whilst by horse-power only.from half a tun to a: ton co.ukl be cut1 i...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

' CHAPTER. XIV. Although Mi\ Womcrsley bad received the news of Frank Seorrier's misfortunes with BO much apparent equanimity, and bud spoken so woll to liis nicce in promising, that those misfortunes should make n» difference as to her future,, it is riot to bo itnogined that tbo old gentleman was by aDy means best pleased1 i»t. the nows then com municated to hiin. -He bad never forgotten theifc.Ia6t interview at the Gravosend inn, in which Frank bad undoubtedly shown to disadvantage; acd he now rouiouibered with considerable,clearness tho way in wbicb the young toan, had grumbled at having under taken a career in which wealth or position should hot bo quickly acquired, attd how he bad expressed his longing lo risk tho money which bad bfepn gathered tcgethor for him out of the wreck of his father's fortune, and either tot loSe'it all or win a large stake, (It-was now plain enough that tho desire ior gambling which ho then displayed had proved too much for bis stregth of mind, and t...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Not in the Secret. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

. ' .! *NotVin) tlio Secret: -i A| somewhat ludicrous-incident toolc plooo. tho otliHt1" day' in" an" hotel not'ia ] thonsiniJ tniloV fromjQundagni, liui -not in Gnndagai,. fp».-all* tliut. iTlio prnpriotor Jhnd rejoenily b'ooii | in--Sydjieyr;wh8re |Ko1?''purchttSBd|'.irl AVYunkee notion" in the alia'po 'ofca'lcdrosiano 1 .{,_! ._!. 1J .U_ .'J. 1. ..il i! . . 1' 1 parlour, " nndr that, evening, ^RuslioiisJtj '«ntotod;with'lhi,oej,oiLYfour friends on*u;thdut ing!i(|tont.'ty '"N-Omiri at' 6* y o ifr - p o ison; . boys; i' b6j,Mie^i,mtythof8amGjtiojoii;Btrikmg.vth4ltt>apij ' ' "" ^mifltook7fOT^a.r call-bell/,a!

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Fractured Limb. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

Fractured Limb. On Sunday last William Nugent, eight or nine years old, son of Mr. W. J. Nugent, blacksmith of Queanbeyan, whilst playing about the culvert crossing the dangerous chasm at the junction of the Gunning and Goulburn roads, fell from the handrail to the bed of the creek. The wonder is that the     lad was not killed outright, considering the depth of the fall but he providently escaped with a compound fracture of the     thigh and sundry superficial bruises. Mr. J. Jones happened to be passing at the time, and took the injured boy home to his parents' residence, where Dr. Richardson was promptly called in and reduced the fracture. -Age.        

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881

COOTAMUNDRA NEWS   (From our Correspondent)   The NEW BREWERY. - The party of men who contracted to sink the well 70 feet to find water to supply this establishment suc cessfully reachod the required depth on   Saturday last. They struck water at a depth of 54 feet about six weeks ago and the water rushed in so strongly that it necessitated their bailing by means of the windlass at least 12 hours out of the 24 while sinking the last 16 feet. This is the first well that has been sunk at Cootamundra; But I doubt not that, the sucoess   attendant upon this enterprise will encourage more townsmen to follow the example and sink wells in other parts of the town so that water for domestic purposes at least need not be despaired of.   ) ST." OOIAJMHA'S DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOL, -Tho commiitoo; board: not having; as. yet succeeded iin,obtaining n .teacher,.up(to their,'. standard1, tho Rev! Father Butler kept: his I,.word and open...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

ALBERT p. MANDERS. AND CO., (Late GBANT, Mavdebs, & GBANT), Press, Telegraphic, Advertising, and ... ^ Commission Agency,: : . 01, LITTLE OOLLINS-ST RE ET EAST, i MELBOURNE, * YICTORIANi INTERCOLONIAL, and NEW ZEALAND PAPERS: SUPPLIED,and .ADVHllTISlSftiTNTS RKOEIV1SD for the same. '? We can supply Australian. and Nuw ZeaUnd Newspaper'", with Leaders,_ Melbourue ^Letters,; ^Articles, Reports of Meetings, Correspondence, .General N6ws.-either by letter t . telegram t and' Novys(Agents and other buuiness people, can have any kind.of business, transacted, in Melbourne by application' to us. . 'i ! Tho,abovo Firm have Agonte.in al| Iho Colonies, from ;wh'om they get all ttU'o' earliest Sporting News,J and ^howi supply, ? at moderate cost, the loading Hotels, Clubs, &e., with Telegrams of results, nfter each Race, of all Sydney and Victurian Race Meetiugs. . - ? Hourly ;Telegrams;iof Principal, Cricket ! f » Matches, &c,; supplied. 1 y To Hotel Proprietors""and' O...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

E!3Ln^J£S3Ssr .,W3T3S2rX^JE3. !* . :. OnAPTEn' XIV.-CONXIXOED. "WHEN will he arrive In England, dear uncle?" . "You have asked mo that question a thousand time6." .t! ^fcfbMUprpbablyrask you a:, thousand; tia»G».iilij5i'fe^u'ntil" 'I-^actually seo'-liito' oh' shore ; so now answer ma for iho thousandth ' v v" "Earthe'see;" ^idljtlia"'oidxg6VtIeinan ; " when did his lettoc.aririvo,?" "Just three weeks since," "Three wbulfs ?/.'y p""r;''rf"/ " And he sai'dlio ifal coming by the next packet;(that means by long sta," - 'fPoc^ Fj'ank would not have kept bask oooimh to for ah overland'paissage." I > <SKaMl»toylsduar, Itthihk wo. .-may expect liim about two months hence." "How 8haU{,wai,know - when the ship arrives ?" dt w v'' " " Do wo know her name ?" "Yes, ho mentioned it-the Oulumbus." /'-A^d to,wIyit port-is-he bound ?" / j ^Siffo Sguthainpton,'''; " '-.> dffleU', jheji,ith.o^^first public advices of her will be when she reaches Hurst Castle ; butfffoJs*0!?P£'y passf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

Impounded, at'Gdiilburn, .. 0HI the 3rd. August, .']8S], f/or» I,anstloirrio, by .order 8. Etnannol,'Esq-i<sum duo at dato of ihis iiptiooij4/2 enph irr . Brindlo.Cow, MO or MG-nonr rump. - Rod Oow, Dover 6 oVer.TG nonr rump.; : Yollow ntid Whi(p Hoifqr!.T<5 near r'ainp, whitebook. ''White 8teer.,it0, off rumpV.rqd[ spots on nook. .. t'i If not relensed'Will'be sold 25th'Augu0t," . ? ' WM.'SIBSQN", Poiindkoepor. . ? Impounded at Taralga, QN the 2Cth July, J 881", from Rodbank,by Alfred Dimoaii j sum d6o,'8/G:- " Bpottod Oow, pieoo out of iop Qf off -ear^JRS noar : If not olaimod'. will, bo sold on Thursday, . 25th ''AugastiMr#W'Sp#®! m ; 1,,, ,' TIIOS. TAYLOR, Poundkooper. mmw. mam. mmm; THE CRY IS STILL THEY COME !^' AND TOY? % Bccansc wfeerever you go tlie cry is-" Busli maii's Biy Tailor!" AND WHY ? JBecause lie is the Cheapest and Best Tailor in tfiie Southern IMstrict. "AND HOW DO YOU ACCOUNT FOR, THAT ? Easily, enough: Because he does all his own cut ting...

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LIVER COMPLAINT, BILIOUSNESS, AND JAUNDICE. Augus, St. Cunes. Australia, May 17th, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

" LIVBR COMPLAINT, BIWOUSNBB8, AND JAUNDICE. ' i zA ,-I-"AuguBi St. 01unos. Au«trnlia, ? , May 17,th, 1880. 1 :DoarSir,-It iswithgreat pleasure I bnar. testi mony to tho value of your ogoollent medicine. For some time I had suffered with .liver complaint and biliousness, nftorwards y6llovr j'n'uhdioe set inland I ,was very, ill indeed 'for over 12 roo'btligl'?'* During tliat time I consulted several medical men and took'' tho' modioino Jtliey. presdrihed witlmut any! beoofi1* and at last I bogamto.disphir'bf ever gotting well again, Howovor, I was-induced to-try Mother Seigers;Curative Syrup; and: after taking? the fifth" bottle,!!.began,to,get boltor. ; X.oontinued taking it for spme time, and }now,I( feel bettor than ttL:bavo dono for years,- I send you (hishoping that ft may indHCBr8imil*rly^;a(flioted,'.persons *td,.vtryvyour valuablo remedy. * I shall bo very glad to answer any.questions.- eitlieri personally;or.4 by? Jo'ttar; in roferotioo to the Syrup, O. OLAHKE,

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An Alarming Disease Afflicting a Numerous Class. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

Aii Alaraiiug Disease Afflict ing- a Stuiicmisi Class. THE disease commence** .with a slight derange ment of the sttmmch, but. if noplect^tl, it in tirno involves the wliolo frame, umbraeing tiie kid. neys, livur, pancrea»,*'nnd, in fact, tho whole of the glamltilir system, and the one a filiated drags out. a miserable oxislence 'until death, givos; relief from' Buffering. The disease is ofton mistaken fur other complaints ; hut, if tlie render, will hbIC himself the following ^oesti'ou*, lie will bo able to determine whether he himself is one.of,the «ffl:ctoil :-^ilave;l (liftrosB, uiiin", 1 or; difficulty in briiathing After! eatiiig? ; Js tliKru adiil1! heiivy faaling, attended;by' drowsinbsB? Elave the dyes a yellow tingo? Does a thick, sticky mucous gather nbout.'the gums and teeth in the. mornings, aceorapanie7i:'*by - a dis ngroeiible tnste ? Is the tonguo coated? 1st.'there pain.in the. sides,and -.back;?,; i. Ibjtboreafulnoss aboiit tlie right sido'as if tho liver.ware enla...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

Iinpoundings. Cootamundra, on 29ill J.uly, from Coota mundra by the police:-Grroy horse, off shoulder, saddlo4markod,,'aged,' ,. 14 hands. To bo Bold on I81I1 August.-J. D/iley, pouudkeeper. ? Bubhowa, on 26th July, from Ballyryan, by order of J. N. Ryan, Esq. ; sum duo at date of notice .sot after each animal :-Bay or brown horse, D over tel near., shoulder, indescribable brand off shoulder,. broken, aged, 14J- hands-18/6. Also, on 30th July, ;from jOietleatead, by order of 0. L. Hume, Esq.:-Bay maro,. iudesoribable, brand near shoulder,* broken,- ngodj 14J hands-10/6. To be sold on 18th-August. H. Beok, pquodkeeper, MuRHuimuuuAu;11 on ' 27th July, from' reserve : No.)jl,46£,> by :.;the;. Caretaker: Spotted cow,'ear-marked, eh near rump, broken to the bail. To bo 6old on 18th Au«ust.-J. Bourke, pouudkeeper. i Queanbeyan, on 25ili - July, fyom the Briars, by: older of Mr. T; Sbauaghan ; sum due1 at date of ..notico set -after each;animal -Rod and white sieer, blotched illegible '...

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