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WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

WOOE AND PRODUCE EEPOKT. Mfsses. E. K. I biestxt & Co. report on Oct. 23 as follows : — 'Upwards of 1,500 hales of wool have been offered at auction d urine the Dresent week in Adelaide, the bulk of whicb, coneistiag of email and nnimportant lots, have been purchased by fie locsl fellmongcrs for scouring. _ for most of the large dips offered owners' values are not obtainable here, *pecuUtcrs ? rtSl acting with extrotne cantion in their bidding*. A few lots of Euperior ii^ht combing merino wool have sold at from 7d to 81 prr lb, bat the bnlk ol medium quality rouges in value from 6 1 to 7d, the low class sorts ruling at from 4$ 1 to B^i. Pieces and locks are in good request, and litre acid for good parcels at up to $i for the former and 2jj 1 the latter. Shbbpfktss are a trifle easier, beat mprinos, town slan^hter, Belling at from 4a to 4» 2 J and Fpconde S* 6A; lambs 10 J to 1* end pelts (fresh) 4-d Bnd 5d each. Country skins are still coming fortrard in large numbers, oil o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

WUiLOWIB, Octobbe 26. Xhe weather to lay is very boisterous, alto gether ui.fino-aLl for hay cutting but a great 'many farmers commenced yesterday others will commence the latter e-id=of this week and the former part of tiex*. La»t Sunday the Kev. T Thome i reached tw Vgxtd sermons that were listened to very attentively, on Mondnv Acre was a publi- tea which mi not so largely attended as inight have been c-xprcted, there being the prospect of a very fair harvest; in the evening Rev. J. A. -Burns of Poit Augusta delivered his popular lec'nre on ** Wellington or the Hero of a Hundred Fights,' the lecture was w?U attended end close attention was p lid to tbe lecturer. We can houefltly say that the lecture was very interesting and in structive. 1h*-s afiaurwas in aid of tbe circuit fund in connection with the Bible Christian Church of this place. Yesterday a young woman named Miss Mills of Pinda was buried who come fourteen week* ago was serenely burst and since that time has not been a...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28. [Before Messrs. J. D. Cave, J.P., and H. Dawson J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

Magistrates' Court Redruth. TlTESDAT, OCTOBEB 28 [Before Messrs. J. D. Cave, J.F., and II. Dswson J.P ,1 John Irbg was charged with stealing .a rog- pair oftrousen, twa aprons, vest,, and sundry email articles, belonging to Charles DelaseUe from the Courthouse HoteL Bedralh. on the morning of the 27th instant. Defendant pleaded not guilty. O. DcU»4\e gave evidence to having left his &*ag in bU bedroom about 1. a.m., and miesing it half au hour afterwords. Michael Curtain had slept in tbe e&ine bedroom with him, and accused him of stealing {-?., which Curtain had lost from his wassicoit pecker. Cu^nin bad locked up the bi droota' and threatened to take his ewaq unless the 5s. were paid. Micbeal Curtaiu's cvider.ee went to prove that he had told Delasolle be should keep the 8«wg unless this 5s, were paid. The prisoner was by and nrged him to do so. Sergeant 'Bentley said Djlasolle bod brought information to the 'Station of tbe robbery, fie had made search far the e wag...

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HANSON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

UaVflSOS. AIOSTDAY, OCTOBBB 27. Present — Councillors Tohl (Ohairmir ), Turner, Peak aritt Uoodrid^e. Circular re c.iveJ iroji Crawu lnuOe O'iiL-e relative to desks rctMtcrin^ uohs not iu district i from eauie, njiiljing thai private subscriptions would nut bo et*t»j-lemeut.d. .Letter from AliulhDd ikiad Jioonl, declining to psy lialf cos! uf approach al Hanson, the CKrfc ex plaintd LaTiDg egain written aud that the amount *u graulcd. Ifrem iiouborowu; District Council auggvstii g joint appointment of Hanger ; Oouucu uteiUeu — ot to iinAuy one. Ouarautttt ot late Council for £100 cancelled bv bank produced, interest £43i. lO i. allowed, tiubsuripiion £5 &?. td Hurra Hospital voted. ' ACCOUUU for work at bouudary £5 3*. near -jrla*6ou'a £3 lOti., near U ill's £2, passed j ' 'ji'nrte (cadets received f»r Ho U5 uear Crocs iuAdi. A. JfrSyamrk, Bix-epuu £6 2«. per olisiu. JSo 96 Klips' crossing ; two umaers. . A, JhiZpstrufc, blcojjUhi i.1 7b. 6J. per chain, Jso. U7 Fn'Jl.la. ; t...

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Blyth Farmers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

Blyth Farmers' Association. A meeting of tbe Blyth Branch of the Farmers' Mutual Association was held at Knowles' Hotel, BIytb, oh Monday afternoon, October 27. The were thirty-five farmers present, and the chair was occupied by the President (Mr. J. SheplierJ, J.P)-, who intro duced Mr. W. J. Yenning, Secretary of tbe Association at Crystal Brook. That gentleman read a paper on the objects of euch Associations. He considered that all who engaged in farming pursuits should be folly organic-d. The otjects therefore of the Association were not only to make improvements in husbandry, but to in crease the general happiness, wealth, and pros perity of the country. Individual happiness depended npon general prosperity, and the wealth of a country depended upon the general intelligence and mental culture of the producing classes. The most important question to be propounded was the best mode of securing a diffusion of knowledge amongst the farmers with a view of its application to increase...

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Macleod of Dare. (From Harper's Magazine). CHAPTER XLIV. THE PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

Maeleod of Dare. (From Harper's H[aga:ii-e), CHAPrERXLIV. THE PE1S0SEH. Of course— of course,' said she ' It is the woman — it is always the woman who U in faul' ! That is a manly thing, to put the blame on the woman ! And it is a manly thins to take your revenge on a woman ! I thought when a man had a rival, that it was his rival whom he sought out. But you — jou kept out of the way — ' He strode forward, and caught her by the wrist. There was a look ia 'jis face that for a second terrified her i nto silence. ' Gerty, said he, ' I warn you! Do not mention thut man to me — now or at nny time; or it will btt bad for him and for you !'* She twisted her hand from hU erasp. ' How dare you come near me !' she cried. ' I beg jour pardon,' said he, with an in stant return to bis former grave gentleuefs of manner. ' I wish to let you know how you are situated, if you will let me Gerty. I don't wish to justify what I have done, for you would not bear me — just yet. But this £ must tell you I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

A fHrnir writes to the local i.ewfreper corrpluiT.irip of tl e low price of dairy produce, at d sridf — ' It doesn't pay for the wear ard tear of the ben. The price of eggs ia ridi culom !' Lycurgus. BY Leonidas (rn ported) out of Triolet by Croupier (imported) will serve a limited number of mares at Baldine. Terms— £2 2?. Padlocking, 2s. 6d. per week, without responsibility. WM. P. BARKER. Iron Duke. TIIIS Draught Entire Horse will travel the disrrict of Booborowie by Gum Creek, Sprite Bank en 1 Burre, commenciug August 10, 1879. IRON DUKE is a dark gray, rising five years old, atands seventeen hands high, has a w- nderful constitution, and ia an undeniably good stock getter, has great strength of bone, good temper and superior action. Ue was got by Mr. E. Smith's RanHn Bobin, of O'Halloran Hill, out of Grey Gipsy dam Gipsy (imported), and took three first prizes at the Adelaide show. Terms £2 10s. ; groomaee 2». 6d., payable promissory note due on 28ih February, 1580. C. W. DOWDEN...

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CORRESPONDENCE. LEIGHTON, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. fFram onr own CbrresrwiKipBts.X I-EIGITrON, October 29. The Baldry Church anniversary eetvices were held on Sunday, October 26, when two -ermons were preceded oj the Minister of the Circuit in the afternoon and erenine. On Hondav 27 a tea wttfyarr jim},et «rtijph f hnr-u-r«B^~gttocL «tten.ianc8j_aJSgJ' which a meeting was field, presided over by .Mr. B. Giles. The report na-in^ been read, the Be v. J5 S. fiickfbrd, of Victoria, gaveans.ddree-£tn a very able manner, showing how much better it was to have the funds before building aad itnproving_churches. Also that every Christian sl'ouid w^-rk so as to keep him or. herself in spirit u*l hrakh. The Minister of the Circuit than spoke, touching on various points, alluded to by preceding speakers ; also of tbe necessity for shelter and food for the preachers borsp.. Tote of thanks -were given as usual, but by a mistake a vote of thanks was not g Ten to R v. E. 8. Bickford, thanks were du-s especially to him as by his comi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

BUOotoog't BUI* and Oiutmext.— Durine .every break cf wintry weather exertions ehonld ' be made by the afiScted to recover lrealtli before unremitting cold and trying stems set in. Throat ailments, coughs, wLct zings,, aet&ma- tieal affections, shortness of breath, morning nausea and accumulations of phlegm ean nadily be removed by rubbing this fi;e deri vative Ointmest twice a day npon- the chest aud neck. Holtowey'e treatment is strongly recommended with the view of giving immedi ate ease, preventing prospect danger and effeet iuC permanent reluf- These all important ends his Ointment and Pills can accomplish, and wiil surely prevent insidious diseas from &etening on the constitution to^diBpIay th«m ;selves afterwards in those disastrous forms that will probably embitter life till death-, itself is aJmoJt prayed Dr. DR. D'UNGER'S ' Ufxie for Dmnkennesg.3 Kills the Disease and tbe Inclination to Drink at the same tune Mff. MeuhuJj bits— '^This n one of the most rema...

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Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

Gleanings. It is better not to ask too many question* about the future. A curious husband — that is, a husband wbo was too curious — asked his wife r ' My dear, what kind of atone do too think they will give me when 1 am e;one !' She answered coolly ; ' Brimstone, John.' A Chawqk o» SEHTiiCGRT — He kissed devoutly the hand that passed him the auto graph album and wrote therein, 'I would write my name on this virgin pag°» Would that I could inscribe it, npon the purer ecroll of yonr heart in thet invisible ink which shall nat appear, as the thing npon which it is written is warmed at the fires of a lover which. - takes no EOte of time.' This wee- a year ag-v They are mirried now ; and when she asks him for his autograph, in the shape of a goodly aizzd cheque, to liquidate her millinery bill, be grasps that album, or a krger-rzed book if bandv, and flings it at her head. Awaiting- thb Fcu. — A citizen oa his way home late the other night, espied a boy sitting on a gate in front of a h...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

Jiai.BOURSE STATrON PRODUCE RKPaar. J. IT. CtoroH & Co.'s Skpoht. Uctcber 22. Wool. — The season now has fairiy com menred, and several sales aw b*ing h-. id this «reok. Thore is an active market, and eompvti tio-.ii? brisk for atiVihine abovp nioii:uoi quality. Much lower rate* than ruled la?t eoas-on ere being nccepted for inferior and cross Dred de« criu^ions but on the whole prices cot pire well with present London values. ?: Sheepskins. — Pelts ere now eorcine f jrwsrd in ccnsidrreblo quantities, snd except this, there is no fr«sh feature to sots in th5s- market. We have cleared a full supply as foHows:— Butchers1 Pelts 91 to Is each ; butchers* skina 3s to 4s 10a each ; lamb skin* Is 2d to 1« 4J 1 each; dry skins 2s 61 »o 4- each; station skine (in bolep) 3 1 to *JJ per lb. UlDES — This market is in rather short stipply and rate* are incliord to advarce. We have sold at the following pr:ces .— Etreen Ox Hides 13s to 25s each ; green row hides 2-I to 2|1 per lb ; green ...

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Rabbit Exterminator. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

Babbit Externiiaator, The Mel! ourne Leader has the fol'owing in reference to a rabbit exterminator which we droT attention to some few month* since : — The sbcosm of the machine for killing rabbit patented by Mr. E Taylor, and manufactured bv Messn. Humble auri £ficiioisonr Oeelong, seem* now pretty well established, and those purchased by the Government are repcrted as doing good work among the rabbits in the districts north of St. Arnaud. At this time of the year the destmotion of rabbits- in their burrows u very «-ff ctive, as tbe breeding dees and young rabbits are nearly all to be fcuad in their holes. Tbe rabbits suffocated in this way are stated to be in no way injurious to animal life, so that it is conttquently safer thaa arsenic strychnine, or prosphrous. The rabbits also, being loft underground covered up, are thereby prevented from creating a nnisanse in the vicinity. As the materials u«ed in working tbe machine are found not to cost more than one shilling dailv, and a»...

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The Prorogation of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

The Prorogation of Parlia ment. We should think that the whole coloay must liave read the announce ment that at last the vagaries, of our so called representatives were ended, with a feeling of great relief. On Saturday last, at noon, after a session remarkable only for its errors 'and omissions, and winding up with a day of more than usual blundering, result ing in the miscarriage of the Electoral Districts Bill, the lion, gentlemen, and gentlemen of the House of Assembly listened to the Governor's speech and received their dismissal. In reviewing the work of the session there are two elements which appear as the causes of the failure of legislation, one the extreme -weakness of the Ministry, and the other- the disintegration of the Opposition. The Ministry have dis gracefully blundered in many thing?,, over financial questions, over the District Courts BUI, and over both the Reform of the Council and the rearrangement of the Electoral districts; and they being the leaders of tho H...

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District Councils. HALLETT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

District Councils. hallett. MojfDAT, OCK)BBB 20. Present — Councillors Dunstan (Chairman), Windsor, Simmons, Webber vnd Worrelv Minutes of hut meeting read and confirmed. GorreaDondence. Jloceived and . read from Messrs. Kingston & Kingston re resignation of Mr. Windsor. Clerk Local Court Redruth enclosing moiety of fines. Attorney General OJice, Crown -Lands Office, &., Pohlner. Notice of motion was given by Mr. Windsor to hare piece of road in Mr. Gilberts paddock - «ast of Mr. Simmons and portion of Alfred Street opposite Hallett Institute, made, Mr. Webber gava notice to have road cut between S Ktionc, Hoa. 641 and ©12 uppj«ite Mr. Ualls, to roparr rats iu reserve .Mo. 637 and to hare piece of road repaire-1, known as ' Dares round about.' Mr. Harry notified that he ? would ask the Outrncil at its m-xc meeting to ' haw pieoo of. r-ta-1 buiween Section*, Nos. 680, 679, 673 and 665 gru:.-b-*i, and ruts repaired between Sections, Hoe. 6-7S and 681. Mr. bimmona gave ...

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The Rust Question. BY JAMES SHELLEY, Freestone Creek, Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

The Bust Question. By James Sheecbx, Freestone Greek, Wfirwict. Much has been written, and many opinions given, with regard to rust in wheat and we have as yet no sure remedy for checkisg its progress after it has made an. appearance. While eeen tific research is endeavoring to find a rust des troyer, should not we, the farmers, bow only on those positions which are fairly rust-proof? dou't knows much about rust-proof soil, but I believe much is due to position or situs' ion of the ground. It has grieved me to eee formers sowing wheat jear after year on situations where rust continually either destroys tbe whole crop, or reduces it to only e shadow. I have fur several years carefully watched the worst rusted crops, and the position thej occupy. I will aoir ghee yo& th» conclusions X nave arrived at:— The position is of first importance for paccess fnl wheat growing. The land ahoulJ be where it can get the fullest extent of cold air at night. It checks the exuberant flow of s...

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The Governor's Prorogation Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

The Governor's Prorogation Speech. Tile fo losing is Hie lixt of the fpeccli on tie ptor--gatJOM ot tlie I'^rliaiuL-iit on Saturday lu,i : - llOKORABLK GEKIXEKENOFTSE LfiQ*8LATTVK Council and UhJiixaiitM os tub IIoUsk OF AeSKMBLV : li afforde me much satisfaotioi to be able at Hve seasonable {R-riod to n-inwe you from further attendance in Parliament. The etvwal measures which you hare passed during the session have beau assenled to by me on behalf of tl.e Queen, with the eieeptiou of au Act to authorise the introduction of Indian eative labor iu:o the Northern Territory of the pro v. nee, which I htive reserved for the signi fication ot Her Majesty's pleasure thereon. Your labor* in connexion with the enact ments wbieh have been passed will doubtless result in a material advancement or the interests of the inhabitazita of this province ;_ and I hope that the attention bestowed opon other measures submitted for your consideration will tend to facilitate future legislation on several...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

ATFCTUBS. BUHBA. MONTHLY MAKKKr. Friday, November 7. T ISTON, SHAKES & CO. I J will sMl a* above — 10,500 'WiS.1™ 10,500 Oa aecoimt F. C. Austin, Esq. — . 700 Ma?den Ewes, a very nioe lot 500 Fit Wethers On account G. * . Gebh aVfit, Esq. — 3000 Store Wethers On account John Sutherland, Esq. — 1600 Fxtra Pri-re Wether*, very heavy (rrom Coroon* Statini.) I On scoonnt M. J. M'Bride. fieq. — 1000 E*e», in the wojI On account H. T. Morris, E§q — 1170 Breeding Ewe , from Anlabv Station On acwnt Mr. Tiiomas B usance — 200 Ewes 200 L«mbs On en'thpr account— 11G0 Srore Sheep (Hwes and Weihert) 249 ''cAffi?' 249 Oa scenunt Mr. Jawes Tivcr — 45 Fat and Store Cattle On account Mr. A, Thomson — 40 Head F*t Cows Cn arc -«nt Mr. A. Coon — 50 Your-e Store Caitle On flcwMint Mpisri. Wilson Brothers — 77 Fat Ca'tfe, fro^i Cooper's Creek By order of the T.usteea in tha Estate of tile 1-te John Cfifwirgt — 21 Head Store Cattle Oa account Mr. J. ftf. M'Brid* — 2 Teams Working Bu locks, eight i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

BUSINESS DIBECTORY. 10 j. per quarter, 2a. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTOtf , SHAKES'&;CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa. BAKER. F. GEBHABDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. AJNDEBSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. JT. ROACH, Burra MilL INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A. H. Fordeb. COriONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holbeb. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. at' -A. SEC SMC S. A.PPILA. /»Q-| ACBES Known as SULLIVAN'S OOJL afLrst-claBS Farm in good heart, all ploughab'.e a large portion has been cropped only once. Plenty wattr. KKO ACRES, dose to the Township, ±?O£i wej| improved, plenty of Water. BEL A LIE. . 1 AOA ACKES- 600 AcreB ptoughable xU/vU remainder Spesdid Grezing Land. LACE ROCK. {Vjfi ACHES, adjoining Ptkina, ene of the v ? ' Most Convenient Forma in the North, an-i Good Land. KAQ ACBE3, capitally improved, Fine v^tO Land, cloee to Rjilw-iy, ...

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COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE WOOL, HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 October 1879

COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE WOOL, HIDE AND SKIN MABKEF. Messes. Luxhoobe & Co. report on Oct. 23 as follows: — At. the wool warehon?rs, Giibert-placp, to-day we held our seeond sale of this season's dip of wool. There was a crowded attendauce of buyers present, and competition was very brick for elT.ost every line. In all we eff^red about 500 bales, consisting almost entirely of the new clip in the grease. _ With the exception of two lsts We succeeded in disposing of every percl by Bastion snd privately after the siIp. On the whoiemost excellent prices were obtained, when coBsidering the'very jt-w rat^s ruling sr list £--nden sale*.' ;' Too catalogue consisted princ'uaKyof low cSn, ordinary/ and medium wool*, the buik faein^juther baciiy skirted, snd very m'xed, niVnptrmr lots having c -n-o to h*nrt f^r this sale. IV ing the quality cf tl« j wool* mo c :nsitieration, tbe prices on tl'« ? whole may be reported es b?ni2 fully rqual \--.\ p-evious eate?, an.i in some casf s higher. Ti...

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CHAPTER XLV. THE VOYAGE OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

CUAPrEB XLT. XBX VOSlQX bvEB. And now- the brave-old Zftayrita is Hearing her northern home once more ; *nd surely this is a right *Hfi*~iOTiBa-T x'' **»« reception of Jirf. Miuat .alttiougn-the sun has just gone uuwu, iuu «Qe cea around isms aeeome a plain of heaving and wrestling blur-mack wavea ? Far away, fc that purple-black -ea. lie long promontorjea tkat are of a still pale rote-color; and the western «ky is a blcae of golden green: an-1 they know that the wild, beautiful radimce is still tourhing the wan wails of Castle Dare. And there is Asdalanieh Point; and that the ruddy Bosi of Mull ; and th«re will be a ftood t i dp in the Sound of Ion* Why, then, fib -h*T linger, and keep the old Uwtpiri with her fails' flipping idJy m the wind f « As you pus throURfa Jura's Sound, Bend ytmr course br Scute's shore j Shun, O shoo, the gulf profonnd where Corrieaeckan'e surges roar V They are in no dancer of Corruvrerkan now ; they are in. fsn.ifiar wafers ; only that is another Oolonr...

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