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MITCHELL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

MITCHELL. I JfBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. 1 j A magisterial investigation respecting the sud den death of one John M'Kenzie, was held at Amby Downs' station on the 11th instant, in the presence of J. L. Andrew, Esq., J.P. The evi dence went to show that M'Kenzie had been' aiiirig'inigjitly for some time, and death was the result of a visitation from God. The owners of land on the eastern side of the dam are loudly complaining of the depreciation of their property caused by the water which finds an outlet by the present bye-rwash. This - water inundates the whole of the land which formed the south-eastern portion of tlie town, nearly all of which is purchased property, and the owners of which very justly -think the Works ^Department should take necessary pre cautionary measures to prevent a recurrence.,of this grievance in future. As a further step in this direction, the embankment must be ex tended the two chains to the eastward, as ad vised by Mr. Stringfellow, and a shallow bye was...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Wednesday June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

MELBOURNE. Wednesda23i2&nJE=Ljzl| Messrs. Powers/Ifcutke^oEd, and Co,, re port that 14:00 .cattle" were; ; an ad vance of 10s. per head was obtained. About 17,000 sheep were offered* pxirue wethers slightly advanced-in price. (Abridged from, the Courier.-) Sydney, May 22.—During the" present year the Government intend to complete one hun dred and thirty-seven miles of railway exten sions. Notwithstanding the heavy rainfall there was no great rise in the Botany Dams, the sand of the watershed having absorbed the water. A. T. having gone laine, has been scratched for all Mudgee engagements. The incoming mails from England and America arrived at Aucklandgyesterday. The P.M.S. Co.'s steamship City of New York is due here from Eandayn on Wednesday. Roberts, the champion billiard player, is a passenger. The P.M. Co's steamship Australia "en countered heavy weather during the passage to Kandavu, and the ■ purser's cabin was swept away. Sir Daniel Cooper and son axe .passen gers to ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

DAIiBY. [FBOHipTTE OWN CORRESPONDENT. J On- Thursday the grand stand, - gate &c., for J tlie races, were sold by auction, and owing, doubtless, to the anticipated presence of the ! Governor,. who is evidently calculated upon as j an attraction, realised high figures; for instance j the gate was knocked down, at £94 XOs. ; the j grand stand booth at £55 ; and the remainder of j the booths, stalls &c., in proportion, the total amount realised about £250, a very respectable | addition to the funds of the club. A novelty was' introduced at the sale which created quite a storm of excitement, as it took by surprise the victims, who had received no previous notifica tion that such "was in contemplation, and which! consisted a of preliminary charge, per head, of 5 guineas as a "qualificationfee" to be paid by all publicans bidding for the booths. By this move ^he club' Netted about £26, and never was money paid under more vehement protests, which however! availed nothing; 'c...

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LONDON CABLEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

LONDON CABLEGRAMS. llie foD<»wing cablegrams were received .by the steamer Bowen, brought from Singa, pore:— • ■ .. LotJl>OK Aprii 26.—A. panic -was realised, par tially by an unfotuided ramour of a chaiige in the Russian policy in the East, and. differences having arisen between Counts Andrassy and NorikofL The panic bas.since subsided.. ) The Qneei£s-tattejof Empnessflf Xndiahju^been :"• ,1;, •« r\ TheQaeenas visiting <3otha,- ak^m£aaie>dliy '*£ord-<3aiauiFvon.! •:: | The Princei of Wales visited Malta/ &ii)raiier, >ppi Seville. • . * . ..* ..... , 30,000 colliers ja<<7g^jijisp/-iuii$ jl^erbydilre. hjave struck, omg {o aj-eductipn.of qrages.{, <r I^rd Tiytolton cdminittM ^ici& during ja lit of melancholy, •; ' A zace'for the championship of the Thames has been arranged between .Sadler, and Triekett.. -■ -The liondpn colonial wool sales were resumed.1 The opening sales exhibited a languid ton...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

NOTICE TO BREEDERS, CAPITALISTS, SQUATTERS, AKDTHE PUBLIC GENE ' ^ &T.T."V - ■ - - - ■ ; PUBLIC AM) 1MPOBX&NT SALE. MURPHY has been favoured with iri . -« «6nrfji»w fn»n JaM£S R0DGEB8, B^y OE -New Santh Wales—now afcOberinia- -to Sell,"'at his Yards, on SATURDAY, the 10th. Jane next, 40 Head tif Superior Heavy DRAUGHT MARES aadHOBSES—all thoroughly well broken. - Also, \ On tie Bsme day, at his Yards, SO Head of Magnificent COLTS and lTLLEES, the 245 &D0jgmy*tf ftaalwve, from ! to 4 years old. SATURDAY, JUNE l£ TIT B. MDBPHY will Sell, on SATURDAY, T V • lie lOtih Jane next, \_^ '-.J 1 Splendid WAGGONETTE—nearly nev 2 Sets of HARNESS, ami \ i 2 Splendid HOBSES. Any Reasonable Trial given. NoReserve. Terms, Cash. 246 WETHEB8. "fyp RftT/K, At Wajpoqga, 4000 (more or less) 1 J? THREE-YEAS-OI^" WETHERS. Imme diate delivery. For parHcnlarn, apply to H. G. BISCOE, at Waroanga. f Mraiqr Srd, 187& ; . S7 PUBESBJED BULLS ASD. HEIFEBS ' FOB SALE. ■ arrive here ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

- BAHKOF NEW SOUTH WAIVES. ESTABLISHED, 1817. Paid Oaphai, £1,000,000. *, Bassets JFdhd, £400,000. TflE lOlti BRANCH mUDWalttteresfc oil Fixed' Deposits, and issues ^dniSs on :i&e Bank Branches and'Agencies in ' the Australian -Golomes and^Jnited iLmgdom, ' Ac. ■ .. ; . ■ ;v \'ri: .■ H. <J. GLEEVE, Roma, March 18,1875. 'THE /QUEENSLAND LIMITED. - OAERPAI,; £500,000. <WlTH pflwee TO INCRKASE TO ONK MILLION). :m*. Bubscbxbbd Capita*, £600,000. . - Paid jdp Capital, £250,000. HEAD OFFICE: BRISBANE. : BRAJNCHES. vBeonleigh j A| V^Jffiarj4»oirougJi r^r^artetsTowera Millchester - Roekhampton (j;'.3Mtty Roma " ' Gympie Stanthorpe Ipswich Toowoomba Warwick ■ { .'-Townaville. Tamibo. AGENTS in London, New South Wales, . . Soiiilx Avda^^ Western Anstxa ^ , ' J^ ^OTi Zealajidii Tasmania, New . York, Ssm ^tanciBco, India, and fcheEast. _ T^EEtMA~BRAKCH OF the a^veBankgranta Drafts, negotiates ; , r amd.^ any of 'j^^nam^..Bn^bira. and;-Agents, and tHmsB^'evnMydesc^t...

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The Western Star. ROMA SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

. .... - .ill- ■ /Ask' t "W38Sg~8% ^ * ' No. onetftwJip;j>eraaBd ;&» £raiM« ^o«vr of the ISHii instant? *uiS «ad the^ acoouht ^f the laying th$ foundation iEboma jo£ Jfadrnetv of; bttttS&^aoa* in<cbptpM3Bg 'Hid': progressof the two towns, <>r ^wwi^ a'oan trast bdsween the 'activity-atal -energy of ^ ; ai^rambieaaaB^^r" vToowoomte^ proEpexityf^ " """ ' ParkjTts^ soutoes ■an] " senn^nn beforeJStoma did. twkd—&je» timee - times _ vsuioe atthis |ReH$^|rT. W* «l ^31 ad* jmrnnitj. .wulyny <imiiMiri ;ti fcivomor . j^nllinf to:, gather—itwW |^y^the«aqKt«iEe^—ra <W towiu^ojiie jjm«i)jwB -vrlyja once a project hasbeii-fitaiiaiwAIs an admittedly ascee saiy improvement.I ''-BaqgL'Mt§ough^ not possessed of the aame^Tadvant%6s ^B: Toowoomba, and whose^fcUnire prospects fu»; an Ekard piano to the tone of%. ^iiMtrii^d guineas or3g&£&&3$4£3^ of Arts. To what mast ym ascribe the factthat atbWxiUkel^ . eu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

BIRTH.—On the 21st May, at Levenshulme Villa, Ipswich, the wife of Henry Eugene BLAKE of a daughter.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. An operation was performed at the Hospital on Wednesday last by Dr. Smith assisted by Mr. De Leon and Messrs. Saunders, Cardell, and Crawford. The patient, John White, aged 55, was suffering from a disease of the knee joint of 24 years' duration. He had been previously under the treatment of professors Symes and Lizar of Edinburgh. The operation itself was a success, but unfortunately reaction never took place, and the patient died a few hours after the operation. The 'Maryborough Chronhclt? - says :—" His Lordship Bishop Hale appears to have completly recovered his health and strength.... We observed him yesterday tooling a team most artistically about the grounds at the Agricultural Show, and evidently taking great interest in the various exhibits. He will preach at St. Paul's to-morrow. (Sunday). On Monday he leaves for Gayndah, driven by the Hon. B. B. Moreton ; thence he proceeds to Mount Perry and Bundaberg, and then to Rockhainpton by steamer." , The m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 June 1876

POST OFFICE STORES SURAT. BE© to japll ;Uifi attention «f Omriaoden and 1 ©there, to the fact that they have now on baodeaeofihe - LAEG-EST and : BEST ASSORTED STOCKS DRAPERY •' c.-• .. &si> •ENERAL MERCHANDISE • US WTNT5S AND SPIRITS IS THB WESBEEN DISTRICTS. ■ — f§TNOTK THE ADDRESS. SCHOTT & PHIIiMPS, 63 SURAT. YETEBIHABY EOBGE, MDowaix-strket, ROMA, JAMES GREEN, WHEELWRIGHT AKD BLACKSMITH, ZN ALL ITS BRANCHES. BEST AMERICAN TrMTMER. ALWAYS ON HAND. HICKORY WHEEIS AND POIxES FOR BUGGIES. 3ST3B3W JDttJ^TSTS . > V: axway8 OH H1AND. All Orders Executed on the Shortest Notice. S. FAULKNER, Bread and Biscuit Baker, H'DO W A LL -8TREE T, 41 AO M A. R. A. WHIPHAM, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL STOBEKEEPEB, MAR A NO A STORES, MITCHELL. 62 E. B. CARDELL, M*Dovau. Street, Roka. 58 WESTON'S EI2 a R, p OIL, . Hie Great Amorireui Remedy for RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, GOUT, And all Nervous and Inflammatory td Puna. to iB oiwi where pain rir discomfort is experi Jt, ^e«d pHb Tnflnfinta^...

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THE UNIVERSITY RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 June 1876

■■■'- THE boat The' race began at 2L2 2b?4* p.m. J3oth "ifctlitre^SSi^e moment, CambridgegettingoffaUtftVquickw than their antagonist. > l'"The form bf both C!CTS,tTO.,^||;^4;^W the stroke of tie Oxford crew-, shtfsv^^ums of a mile. Jie slightlya^eadT 'tJxfoi^in^cStely quickened their strode., &om^ flof^O^ Jmt.«d<foaufc,*mr todiroXS'^f^^^rt'^iit which caught their craft just opposite Bisncfps Creek. At Cra^iar^fiis^ Cambridge was three yards ahead^of "who, from thlg , j., , «!.<. jc-/■li^vr^rBZ'Tt'j^f'^mia&T Ihia. to the .fcike .,tpei^.: oppoiiente;; >'£0*3 ilneaifc wliile steadily maintaind tlieir Kite -<8Pf36 a minute. Th^ off the Cz&b ^^rtmajde iaa^^i the: to—^8, -jyMle—Mn- • Davis, ^'jitBirl-OUj^wyjl^ 2£3yfE£±fi3&%W and opposite th^'Sgap'WOTEs|ihfiy succeeded in taking . theif -adVerianes' ^ater. This virtually ended the:9T2ce. Hammersmith %S£3££&3S&^ thirty-one seconds. .Here Camt cl^rl^gfc'h...

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THE STANTHORPE RAILWAY. From the Tpswich Observer. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 June 1876

THE STAi^tefeE JlAILW^Y. ' ' - Wrom xfiM lpswicri Observer. Conspicuous, in tliespeeciies bfifi^JAa^Sin ' bly is the general antagonism to the fe&ui thorjje railway—whiclr appears to have been' "placed uhoti "the list of intention^: chiefly* through'phe 'Agency of the Colonial S^ceajrmtjr, and accepted as aiiprotobUit^iinathenniiertal; of the session.} However, a maj orityof;mem bers has^p^ar^tl^l^ffcar^fdlly considering' the ques^oiK\^thall^^yan±s^^aiid clisad-' vantages^ and arrivfedat 3the? conclusion that the undertaking would leave a balance on the wrong side, ', and cannot be justifiable yjicler any existing circumstances. Prom thebegin riing we have Seen>6f[iopiiiion. that thepro posed extension to Stanfchorpe ■w&uldfcot'oiiiy be an unVemuiiferative line, bat congtituttejin expenditure .;prbductive of no advantages ^prlhafc ever; anjd 4t lis certainly the duty * of the country to opptise such expensive l-folly whfen there are;'so'mspy opportunities forprofi...

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TIME TABLE OF MAILS FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICTS. ROMA. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 June 1876

mBsassssssfssssassssstsxsssss: mwnt vjti^ rm.ivrZtTJi vnn the raJMSTBIOTS. - SOKA. SEPABTUB.ES. !!_: Star Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Wtnrick, • : Balby, t aid Condamine—every Monday, Wed <' xusday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m. For Mitchell, Charleville, Burenda, Tambo, and S J v- ,iCnn»»Trinllft—eveiy Wednesday and Saturday, . ' JB^rSniat and St. George—every Riday, at 6 a.m. ForTaroam sad. Springsure—every Friday, at 6 aun. ' ; .::33ttMte?niul8 closeat 9 a.m. on the previous even lag, excepting the eastern mails, which close half ■' an-honrbefore departure. . ABEiyAIS. From Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Warwick, Dalby, and Condamine—every Sunday, Tues day, arid Thursday, at 3 P-m. - From Mitchell, Charlevfllc, JBnrendy Tambo, and Crmnamulla—every Tuesday and Friday, at 6ptin. From Surat and St. G«oige—every Sonday, at 6 jp.ni From Taroom and Springsore—ovaty Thursday, at 6 p.m. - MiTOBELIh DKPABTPBES. For Soma, every Tuesday and Friday, at 10 a.m. For Forest Vale and Buren...

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GOOKTOWN (From the Tpswich Observer's Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 June 1876

. (From ttejlgsiwipft Qbeervep-it ■{Jorr&porjdptd.) On Saturday a numbet.of citizens met jit Mr. Hubert's; and ,f^m<$^aj^e£r:un iand sonl ii down to the Government . It was ito 2000 - destitute miners took place. TowiiSS) peoplecompeliedto-subscribe-fortheir^eni no-- N rary ain^Ipr<§SeH^^l"i3»ng«jr. Streets irrp assable." ^ This was-signed by a aum'ner of respp>>iible.jrpsiii^nt, and it was One of the most l ing1 telegrams ever trans initted.ihrough ^-e^BOT^QQriBefe-—ao. tsne kas?bj^nji$etf«i® w$h—CBa^fL$^£u&iimiy quiet and i r^dy ag |fe)t^Qopktc\m people o&erxug^ reiicf^Why -it!" wit of the' q uestion altogether. „ ^Oke «>cld di« tee anJ they would takfe"^ fie ^llifceAfp-ytra eseept to pick your poGkfets" ifijiouiwfer^d^Hd?! Li been dowri witn rlieuirai^tev'er. ]& Few (S; of l'6t) N^ew^mlafan^^ay6r"g;oiie iip tolook for reefs, and if they succeed' tfeey will bring up a jn^iRg-f^md^wZeafaiAr^Hparj'e^ are not near what-ih...

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BRISBANE. Monday, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 June 1876

I ; ■ #4I(mda7,Jane^ A Ministry Thorp, Fraii^u»;;and Bogtaaaaster General mai Minister for Works and Mines. b, m Griffiths, Ai&rnfty-GenaraL' "«; ; IVIacrossan took tbSLrseais on the ©pppeition cross b4nfehe& '; Mx/ Maiaiiatec5 movedthnfc the seats of! account offheir acceptance of office. _ Me. Hemmant moved that ;£10G,<MM)bej on aqwm&ofydariBslfor j and Palmar ohiected tbiiheiiiotic^ ground tiiafc jk> prec^enfc, ctwfldlie fbm&dfor' to accept the TC^KK^bnity ; fear __ ~„_. disbursement.. - , , a ^ .--^ ■ m " Pofma- Rairt f;Kaf. Mi- MVreTigfrorfri ap pointmenti as a polific^l ©ruv-anilHie; the' SrfV. T»e present in the House. w^no^answra^^fiiJH-i ^ Mr. Palmer: stated unable to carry oji ;uid " after^tl fihoqtfl was formed to Carry out<£he pdky rfite. leoessots. Beoonl^hl^f ble «f leading.' • { member^ tration. Tfie House thmadjoormd;to Ut3i pafagor <v

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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 June 1876

HT | [into 8? kirnt ; - '* | - j Grass and now, I there are sortfe ^nk&fe>: ing expected • fcorJnakei uintifr Jreadiwpyoa^HfeiaAei season liig," 'jnay * remi,rtoB * srclL} p^pyfe"* ^ireecl;.i "yn» weather is ^urnjng ^1^ 06^ ,3114 a few slight froste.Jaayefeet in.. Stock genetally, is.looking ;jrdxking' horses "and bullocks soon "cut up". and;^fiiit.feian4 Hai^.<<:sloggT 'ing^ "', fiiifrTodgs; Are, all.a^r ^te ^ rai^.-attdii^'jnailfiaMriiniijng.veiyifi'^u laHy. * _ .•o.-S.-s • ■ ^ | Carriage is ve^y ^|gl^~33s.: 6^ per lVUlbs. | fnonj^ I^al^y^ipg? asted,' ^kdi ^wr^ieis.-scaxce at £ha£VrW&8haU have to payithrough bofci .nostrils w© always pay : " through the nose" j ShferetMs winterr: for: out ' breMJ"bfter, "aiiiQ ' bkccayv* ^We'th^kk^ill this -will.be changed w,heii'6tu;xailwaiy ^mplet^;=^hik>:pljwfe'r5g sire to prqgre%s ijow we know,the raUj^y'js'' c^mSn^.^ ^ireiai"&^bt^dirt^~Me'g8mg up,'; npta^lv the court houfief ^TKhieh jpj 11 s...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 June 1876

.'• •i -write in^ttstheex^teme®# WSnBeq^nt on l"Si!Cf»jS«a«»a»a-: vutNravto' ■?« rn-., jaieat ot tkis,mipqi^ntfcxilouyi'0^BgrfK3 it lis rpubUc^ifeaiSi -tG( "iit h^tk^bf cohrsWie? at all jmr£^( having OTily managed tSdefi^faWotion for,jgant of .confidence by j&ree pewters on a division^ i'wi'i?i^inii ni iMiiLJSh members, Messrs. Dougl^ and Grocfefj who1 ^^^ggStSNb &*»!!#|, Jjk^^jnngp^ <dQp&tejjws6Etew?sctttj) take into account how thc~fami. member for Cook; looking at the dlssaBsfa5Jtion displayed by -nor&em members -;gfea6S^yi '! ^Otild' ';l^Ye Voted. _ :" ■''_ ■ ''•; v,; ]P61itical'ma^ra;3bja3.; bTOnj^iy-^U^U.lj^e open^Tig _ .of.j?arliame^ ^rd,,May, when it soon became apparent thatjihe <3©-. vernment were nioribund, and tiierewere various, shadows ^thrown before the coming events such as the Attorney General- gettnig; <his silk-gown, /from which he- who -had'bis "weathereyc open might guesswliich "way the; cat would ...

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PARLIAMENT. (From the Courier.) WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 June 1876

piiiLiAMEtT;: !) O (tFrom the.Courier.) . ,> After agood.jmahy papers had been laid on the table of tite JjftgMg, ffir. ?jKing moved the ad journment of the House in order to iafcernQtice of a current! report; that, he hid induced .Mr. I Macrossan to mora the.,amendmeni;.>.iHe- had not doneiso,- ahd lie and-the memberifor Mary * Mrougli had endeavoured to induce him to with hold it. Mr. Douglas ^confirmed this statement . Mb. Bell accepted this statement as anihdicadon -that the honourable members had returned to the iboaom of their party. -Aftetsome further unimportant conversation, the matter, dropped. Mr.' Sell's ^motion for. adjournment to "adniit of honourable"- members 'attending ^e Dalby ra,ces was carried by the majority of 23 to 16. Sir. Morehead expressed ,indignation at this xesult, Mr.' BellJ called Mi. Morehead a boy 'in^mber, and was called over thecals: by, Mr. iDpuglas, whoj in his turn, was !edture<L.]}y. Mr.: .Palmer for lecturing Mr. Bell, Mr. Pal...

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