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MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

MISCELLANV. At a meeting of the Melbourne Cricket Club Committee, beld on Tuesday, it »« found impossible for tbo Club Eleven to play tbe Alberts (Sydney) on tbe d#te suggested by them,—ris. 31st December, and 2nd and 3rd January,—as three or four of the best players could not possibly get array at that .time. It was recommended that the match should take place on 9th, 10th, and llthFebmary, which days it was hoped would suit the Albert Club. Tbe above decision will allow tbe two grand matches of the season (Gentlemen v. Players and Victorian Elercn nixt Eighteen) to be played on the dates originally agreed upon, 21th and 26th De cember (Boxing Day) and 31st December and 2nd January. The first mentioned game should prove one of the most iuleiesling ever played on the Melbourne ground, and with such a team as the Gentlemen can command this year it ought to be a very exciting tassel. The amateurs will have tbe assistance of Mr. T. IV. Wills (whose services they have sadly missed in th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

.Spjm r4*i' :iTde*-<>«»\*oiidfleirtMJiadlnfi lMvi. per yegtebewk Mlnta» Ai»odiUoo,Thmnr>wer.—The ttrfc-ug <* Mm CTgliy #mr> tyt frooeeted with. . > OreiidJunctionMlulegAeeoaeUoo,Xhrtetuover.— During the fhrtotglitehSlngSre December 118 tone, Mbedly Oowttntfrtifi perty (Mm Mentou'i Rest, hire Men ertiibcd, jMAif lUoi. lUwt. lEgr. Vitdul Co. eeoobUlood daring tint period Wo*. lldwt. lip-, from fifitonr, mikleg not*} jteld of lOOoz. edwt. from UB ten, no. ljlorth Mm ton'* Gully here not pet pot to tbdr bounder} fiouthwirde, but ere guiug through Iflue Met nil tie w»T Id driving. _ ■ — - tllulng Company, Bendlgo. Cbtfllri/ b Botf f&jrfttfl) let"™ wm>|IKUUI|U, —•During tie week eudlugfird fast., Hot. lSdet. were hbuibedfrom 8* toede.' fie emue-cut, it YIOtL, le being puebod on jSJtwkee • wlom (Mm SSMt. to Vulceo Mining Compuny, Ghewton.—A contract bee bean taken for elnklug Jolly a dull fifty feet deeper, end the Wortc wU ■ be procwded with by...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW RUSH AT CROOKED RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

NEW RUSH AT CROOKED RIVER. The following report bee teen received by the Minister of Hlaei r— " Crocked River, Nov. 24. " Sir,—I hue the. honour .to furnish 700 with the Ailowinf report of • new rn»h which bee taken piece hi "ttifldistriot. "The dlJS. ere ettaSTn the left hand breech or main oooroe of the Crooked Bhnr, aboatelghtmllee totbe weetoftheHarrietrille end (hooked Bivar reed, forty mfleo by the ooone of theetmam aboveBollTovn.bot only twenty-fix mllaa above that township by a new track which hae been cat alone the tope of the ranger, and thirty mSee from Mount Pleaaact The profpectora—James M'Dramld, William Andeooo, and William Btnlaoln Batten have been nearly five weeka at weeken the river, and dariag that Hate report'thatthey have, op as avenge, made aboot 11 per man a-day. The river h turned off Into raoee, and the ted worked. "The etripplng at the prowwotiBg claim doee not ezoced three feet, bat increeeee in dejeth further down the river. " Several pettier below the p...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOD'S POINT. Nov. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

WOOD'S- POINT. (pto*. run coBSwontm o» n amos.) Nor. 28, rUel „ _ Jdaa, At Oat Mriodfcw . knew ttevlMraabcati Df Woodk . U»ft»oltbdn*tb5i hoists which ■ have . foundered Id the soft crossing.pi ace. From Jdouut druit t» Mount Arnold, bya deviation; a great aortal m i? cou'd •• mada. JoUlug tba old wide track to Paiodlae Plalm, tbero~li nowa bridle track to the lelt of tire — ,MV >VI. Vl new track, obont aquaiterof a milefromMount Araold. This neighbourhood baa all the indications of being surlhroua i the spread ofCountry from Mount Uimut to St. Clait wlfi give oltimato employment to thousand# of men. Uold la Inind Id Cumbsrland Greek, wblob the road creates three line-s, otter tne thir l bridge, keeping on the Dividing Reugd. Kowater crosses the road, until at the Bridge,'Wood's Feint. 1 have no hesitation in laying thai f. C2U™..111 OII®S .be «m between Com* bjj'nnd Creek and Matlock, o distanoe of thirty t ight miles. A good rood into Wood's Point hum the Dividing Rouge will be...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TALBOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

TALBOT. The news from thU district la mom cheer ing; (be claims era bottoming rapidly, end; several are getting on heavy gold. Amongst tbefortunate onea on the Jioant Lead may' be reckoned (be Darling Company, with tbelr retain of Ujaa. The Pioneer's 87oa* tbe molt of one vreek'e blocking by eight men. 6barea bare risen accordingly. t50 per nlnt ty rixth share was offered mi Saturday iammay night to several shareholders, and refuted. They are most sanguine as to the next week's produce, at (bey intend patting on "all. bands" at blocking out The Great Tnnnel Company washed op 20oa. l&dwt. from.aboot forty loads of dirt. All Nations, a little over Ooa. The Peraeveranoe Company. 19|oa On Hocky Flat, the Wheel of Innnne Com pany washed up over TOoi. last week. We have been visited by some gentlemen from (he " onttlde" districts, and they have fol Slled my prediction that they would ha pleated with their visit, and invert aoootd Ingly. Hay others come and do likewise. A new .comp...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. The Austranian Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

COMMERCIAL. Flu Awtrakuim Offioe, Gktnidv Ercnlag. No barium of U17 importance, eo liar news hare heard, took p]ac« in the import market today. The arrirala eeawardj comprise the Ware of life, Benares, and Dawatone, from indoi; and the Theodore 1MB, bom FVx> Ubow-roo. The Benarea ana u» uawnone haw made onueually Iong paaeagen A meeting of the creditor* of Heeta. S. H. and P. Cohen, tobacconiete, EUaabeth-otmet, waaheld thb forenoon. The UabUittea were chown to he £21,277 lie., and the aaata {flock at ooat price, and eecnritiee held by oitditm) were etated at £24699 ISa Id? Ihm (howfncacorpliieofover £6,*22. ThpOMdl ton .agreed to accept a fttaraataedoffar of lOr. In theponnd—the eetate to twwoondop .under the inapcction of Item. E. Cohen, A. ffaeer, and N. Levi, and the helaooe oyer IQn divided ernooget the cndttoiaV > The ataamablp Boyel Shepherd hat" been porohaaedhr Meeen. ITMeokan, Blackwood, and Co., probably to the Adelaide, Wallaroo, pad Port Uncota trade. aha willbaha...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

BALLABAT MINES. Meal*. Junta Smllb, Walter Kington, and William Oklbuo, tharebrokere, Balluat, report u follows. ■■ ■ "Bauajiat, Saturday Nmrtng.—The major put of ! Ibis week's builn—'wss kmnsaoted tcMhj, the raoo , days having been blank M regards business. Nothing has transpired for any particular remark, ex leptlng uat Springasllah has this week been a good customer to Buhaw»M taMMt of the shares which were ptm&ssed by us «re retunilof to the district at ad vanced rat— lhle Apeak* wcfi (or Iocs! confidence. Subjoined ta information ooUeeted with the greatest cere op to e late boor this eveningThe Band or Bopo has glvso l^BSoa. of gold for the fortnight; thedlrifleardlsSOs. The market t firm, with few inmeaet&b* to report. A few aharaa were cold on To—day, ou WHt, at £111 Closing priore, tellers at £UQ, .1^7eM at £109. N». i ehaft still wry troublueomi, wry little progress beinp made. The Great gitftuled Company.—The week? returns are SOOox., and the dividend la 10...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRIAL OF THE GUN RAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

lufWhu t. "Alii, ___ 'Mm cbIT^^ W«KiiaiF'i^">w'j|"ii> wt jiiwiMiriKT Mon oT moil hiHrtMt iuu»»irnurtw • Ti» nd|-*fc ttfcrt~«P|nto ftttdjlbftitft ' . buoyancy, H U nflthat to mm-! torn that, aimed and fpllymannedMtt w*i, 1 toe. dranjtht or stater leas' only eighteen ; into*. ft tteered,too] vsry Well, tbedouble j rudderepperrtax, arodderooe on each punt, —^—z-m --- '! tort ' VJSft^JpfSL ,i*lt there wai to ItooU after the licharge, and, Indeed, Hum m searcdy W/ vibratkm perceptible. The org* mh »w » mnth«imiMie,wltolmu It In any direction. Mi being Ike cue, and the reft not being *tnlnad A tor wajf by toe .firing, .bnt proving n (table handy creft, toe nathoritiai pronounced the, bid perfectly ruooeesfal. JMJWSSI.^^SbISK under Onptaln Wider end Lieut. Fowler. A , gunboat,* lifeboat cutdownto a'ptnnaoe, and mounting a email howitser in toe bowg was taken cot by Osptslh JfscfarUne, who bad twenty men of toe brigade with bio. Lieutenant TBbnto had a aeoond boat, witb ten men M bnai...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOLUNTEERS. FLOATING DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

THE VOLUNTEERS. FLOATING DEFENCES. For tbe protection of Bobsou'e Bsy, the greet want is still a central defenoe. Soma j eers ago military men deolared that a fort ehould be bntlt on a knoll within 1,200 yards of Wllliamstown, bnt of late the balance of opinion baa been in favour of • floating battery. It ii aeon that we need something in the Bay Itself which could engage an .enemy, whether In the fair-way, out of the range of our land works, or whether screened by pier* or shipping from their gone. It teems possible now to procure a defend re agent of (hie description, which would go far to render us secure from any attack on (he part of a hostile squadron—a shot-proof steam ram, capable of destroying a fleet. Tlio point U no longer a matter of doubt. In the American war the theorlea which the military authorities of the Old World an propounding are dally put to (he test, and it will be well for us to keep a keen eye on •these practical teachings. By the last mail we beeid of adash...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES FROM THE ENGLISH AND FOREIGN JOURNALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

NOTES FROM THE ENGLISH ANr> FOREIGN JOURNALS. Tna Colossal Bibd or HmaAiCAk.—Ta the year I860, a French ship Captain named Abadle, being on the aouth-eut oout of Madutaacar. obierved in the handi «r . nstlve tbe (hell of » gigantic egg, whlchhsj been perforated at one of U» extremities and employed for domestic purposes. M. Abatile. being attracted by the unusual dimensions of tbe egg, set to work to procure specimens of It, and ultimately anoceeded In obtaining from tbe natives, betldee tbe specimen fin| teen, two otbers—one of them found In the dtbrii of a recent land-slip, tbe 'other w«; disinterred from a recent alluvial formation, together with come bone* of apparently no lose gigantic viae. Opon these objeots, which wero abortly afterward* forwarded to Paris, the late Frofessur Isidore Qeoffrol It Biilare fbnnded a new gennt and species of extinct itruthous birds, allied to Dloomle, for whiob he proposed tbe name JEpyornls mtximus. The most striking character Of the eggt of...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECOND SCNEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CRICKETING REPORTS OF "THE AUSTRALASIAN." [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

THE CRICKETING REPORTS OF "THE AUSTRALASIAN." Desirous of miking We Auitraiaeian not only as complete i record as possible of cricketing events, but also a safe and reliable authority on all matters pertaining to the game, the proprietors have entered into an arrangement with Mr. Carrot to supervise in future the reports of matches, An, whioh shall appear lu this journal, for the purpose of securing technical accuracy. Under this new arrangement, special attention will be paid to " Replies to Cor respondents." The great experience and thorough practical knowledge of Mr. Caitth will be very valuable in this department Correspondents are invited to communicate with us freely. It is believed that this engagement will give satisfaction to that Urge class interested in cricket, and will enable them to look to these columns with increased confidence for assistance in any difficulty which may arise ' in the pursuit of their favourite sport; whilst to that still larger class who patronise j...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES FOR THE MONTH. [Corrections of or additions to the subjoined list are respectfully invited.] To-Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

MATCHES FOR THE MONTH. [Corrections ofAr additions to the subjoined list are respectfully invited.] To-Day, M.C.C. v. Booth Melbourne, at Melbourne. Do. (second elevens) at South Park. Richmond v. Emerald-bill, at Richmond. Richmond Second Eleven v. Eastern hill - First, on Eastern-hill ground. Civil Servloe v. Collingwood Commercial, at Civil 8ervioe ground. Alexandra v. Fawkner Park, at Booth Yarra. East Melbourne v. Malyern-hlll, at Ualvem hill. Prince of Wales ▼. Essendon, at Easendon. East Melbourne (second eleven) v. Brunswick, at East Melbourne. East Melbourne extra Second Eleven v. Emerald-bill. Albert v. Excelsior, on ground opposite Bell's School, Fit troy. BaitmnsT the 17th. „ M.C.C. v. South Melbourne, at Melbourne. Do. (second elevens), at South Park. Richmond v. Collingwood Commercial, at Richmond. Richmond Seoond Eleven v. North Melbourne Second Eleven, at Royal Park. St. EUda v. Hawthorn, at St. Kilda. St Kilda v. Civil Service (second elevens), at Civil Service grou...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALVERN HILL v. EMERALL HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

bill racecourse. The borne team went In first, and scored 56. The bowling of D. Hall, who took eight wjekele, being too good for roost of tbem. Malvern then took the bat, and at the fall of the fourth wicket looked like being beaten. R. Boom aud Chandler, sen., however, made a stand, collaring the bowling and bewildering tbe fields. The tunings closed for 90, with two wickets to fall. The ground was anything -but a good one to play on. The score:— RUERAUlllltl.. A. Rider, b llall Camp, b Hull ") flail. A. Kills, c 1 F.verched, b flail lhtcklnnd, b ITall W. Allen, b 1UU A. A lieu, b lloom Walker. l> Chandler. Coffin, b llall lliintiug, b Hail Numdcia, uot out Dye*, ti; leg-bye, 1; widos, .1 Total .. Maivray-rrtLL. AsbtoLi, c Cane, b Allen . Chandler, jus., b Rjiler Rich&rdaon, c Auckland, b White, c Rider, b Allen Bmith, b Allen Chandler, sen., run out R. Booiu, uot out llUm, c Allen, b GUI* Foster, b Kllia llree, 8 ; widea, 7.. Allen Total faith two wicket* to fall) .

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOD'S POINT. DEC.5. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

WOOD'S POINT. Dec. 6. To do jnstioe to this district, a reporter most not only be able to describe what ha act, but be alto what is called in the moon tains "agood traveller"—that is, be able to trot along tracks on which a home cannot journey. At present there am no roads, and the tracks have generally been made by tome venturing storekeeper. In toe case of what is called tie Waverley track, the contractor for bringing tip machinery tor the Edward's ard Warc rley Reeft cleared a way sufficiently wide to admfe the passage of waggoaa, which base now reached Dryadale'a claim. Phis Waverley track will, in the opinion of many, become toe favourite way for all traffic from Melbourne to Wood's Point On a fine breety day I faoed the Morning Star-bill, and when on the prospecting claim foond men at work taking out surface stone after the fashion of digging potatoes. The rich chocolate soil was tumedover with s long - handled shovel, the pieces of quarts picked out, put into a sledge, and ha...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES OF THE WEEK. M.C.C. AND GROUND v. RICHMOND. [RETURN MATCHE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

HATCHES OF THE WEEK. 11.0.0. AND GROUND ▼. RICHMOND. [Ritcm Match.] Tblsnatehwia oontmuoa oil tnenxwo • pollten ground lut Saturday afternoon, and brongbt nearer |o a conclusion than bad been anticipated. The weather wu more favour* able than on the prerloni week, and, a* a ooneequenoe, there *u a larger attendance ot Tlaitora, Still, the strong westerly wind which blew wu very ohllly, andafewdegreee more ofwarnth wonld have been eooeptaWe,- ; Teken u a whole, the cricket displaced wi» of a higher order of merit than we hare wit femed thie eeuoa—eome of It, indeed, waa mtgoodl ' The match wai reeuinedlry B. W. WardUl and Oaffyu, who had ruapectlrvly made 11 ,bnd 1 On the $rfc*ltmi SeUrday, R<«ocapylng the wlcketa at twoo'dook, to Wilta'and Bryant'# howling. The Utter opened badly, hl« flrit bell being a wide, which waa foUowod by a2, 4, and a 8—not a had far the bataihait; kttgplwiiftftl jfejiiiirTi nn tetlned to tiTWfrhf Ee^«: ^nJtb itiiMntt aowUng,gdayW-ttwltb a conMeoo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATER CRICKET NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

LATER CRICKET NEWS. The match on the Melbourne ground this (Saturday) afternoon, will be M.C.C. v. South Melbourne. The£oUo*ing will be the metro politan Eleven —Conway, Fowler, Handheld, Hope, Kelly, King, O'Brien, Turner, Wnrdill (B.), Wardill (R.W.) and Wills. The Second Elevens of the same clubs arc announced to play on the 8. M. ground. On Monday next there will be a match on the Melbourne ground between the Scotch College and the Grammar School. A match between Thirteen of the atten dants of the Tarn Bend Asylum and a similar number of the Oollingwood Commercial Club, was played on Thursday ou the ground of the former. The Commercials made 94, and the Attendants 44 (for the loss of eeren wickets), when the stumps were drawn. It is not intended to proceed further with the match. ■ The Oollingwood Commercial and Civil Service Clubs (First Elevens) met on the ground of the latter on last Saturday, and the match will be resumed this afternoon at 1.30. At present the game stands th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST SPORTING NEWS. GEELONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

LATEST SPORTING NEWS. GEELONG EACE3. The stewards have published the following weigh te for the Btrnm Free Htndiup, to b« Tan for rn Geelong Coarse, on Thursday, January 19. The owners of any bone* not Included In the annexed Hit may bare Dun handicapped by sending their names, ages, pedigrees, and performanoei to the stewards at Geelong before the 3rd of January:— the Biasox rut nuracar. One If lie and a Halt Oge.rn.li>. rumi!! Btnrca.. Monaco Hiyboy Motldora Id* Bukcr.. litUeJobo Booed Bnoiik Bitcrlna kuniM .. o"k.""c. CtenyuMc Ottd^as Dcfe&ee fiatnn .. Dds Dote Wwrior CbiTMtito FJytaf Bock . TcritwroDn Monitor FliU»ttbg WoodoBoo Great Erat . EAe Deeoe Cbrooo.. llfaimSnetioo . Tifcko'theWoodt JHJtm .. LedyCSuv 8 9 8 t 7 IS 7 It 7 » 7 79 t *• 7 19 7 19. 719 7 Itt 7 9 7 7 n 11 u ItttttftB FlevM Trant.. TdettMr AttBa .. Eric MooUrt iUud tfirom MtW jflirtfrwn HeifiBftoo ' UiWotOotreo TVlnnHoe MfcslBoy juste .. Ayftika May tea Age.rn.lb. BIO 7 o 7 e

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

SOUTH AVBTRALUX. JOCKEY CLUB. Tb« fallowing •» wen itetiKd py Mr. 8. Hudlcap Btor, win *WUl tnka "TNtwrtenon Deeen*ef®$— *Mr. i. ciftdtii« m l •Hr.H. Flito'ikrfi Mr.O. B. fUn^)fi| Mr.aiioUnl'teir Mr. b. MniiAltiU., — Mr B. M. M^jWxyUnjMIn

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYMTHESDALE, BROWN'S AND CARNGHAM TURF CLUB RACES. (ARRIDGED FROM THE [?] STAR.) FIRST DAY.—THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

6\mmxvti%1 CAENGHAM TO® . _i«www> J i hs8i 1my.—tmtmoat. digxmbkk a, i • acwwh ir««w , .... ., E^wwi Bcnaei JHtofHfe y.iP.fliibiiltotii —«!«♦«*■, Mr. Jnoalmto j ?<Mc of lb* oonwj-rlC'.B, fLMmfcfliV Hwtodyrf. off ~ ** du onhofwhiAitltl'J The oOoim ml |iiai brite-ft*1*! *u imitir t _ kppm*a Ant. nrnt Tf»r mil wilafwllMli ftonwifl A<mm •fS IDUCtl WU __r_ •Dd'%**«6on •IfcflAhitf."; Km won iyJiMuglilj Jkr/, ' «1»W* .. .ffapM*.,? ■ad . ffiHMfc trMIr I jrbiim**i4fc»Si -rsysj. «8 tftnaif inVrthi :w vt:! < 300 sots., was the event of the day, and the Bote of Denmark, the winner or the raoe in 1863, divided the public favour with Playboy before the race, but made only e poor show in the running. Mr. John's Bosh won theDistriot Plate of 60 aovs, after 'a very olote contest with Music. The Scurry Stakes of 20 iota were won by Mr. Hardy's Sarawak. _ The following is a detailed aooount of the , racing as it occurred:— handicap htodle hack, Of 60 sovs. Entrance,...

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