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WORLD'S GREATEST NAVAL GUN THE NEW BRITISH WEAPON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

WORLD'S GREATEST NAVAL GUN , THE NEW BRITISH WEAPON. The lirilisli Navy has received a consider able accession to its strength by the delivery of two new battleships— the Queen Klizabeth and the Warsplte. They will be the first to carry the new lf.iii. gun, which !s without doubt the world's dendlic.st naval weapon. As the First Lord of the Admiralty recently pointed out. it is the I.est gun we have ever bad. It reproduces on a larger scale all the virtues of tin- I ;].:, in. gun. Its power mav ne im-iiMii hi My- uii! laci inai, wiicrea.s the i:Uln. gun hurls a Huulb. projectile, the new gun discharges a projectile i.r nearly a ton in weight, and can hurl this immense mass of metal ten or twelve miles. As slated. Hie (Juecn Klizabelh am! thu line thirteen ships mounting the Kl.Gln. gun, ?.\hleh is without its cimal hy any of the navies of the world. Germany, in fact, has no ship carrying a heavier weapon than the new gun. but already we have, in our fighting | l^in. gun. which cease...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

In Memoriam. CLEMENT.— In loving memory of our dear brother, John, who de- parted this life 16th November,   1912.—R.I.P.       Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving sister and brother, M. Bennett and W. J. Cle- ment.   ' The'We?tgrnllgg. ' I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 191*.

Publication Title: Western Age
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8: [?] k Country News. [?]STERN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 14 November 1914

^5:-.|- fjo'irtry News. 1 \V :. tht/vv-.stkiis Adi:. &5-u I 'irtomj thmideratovni re- I IK.'^c ? ? ?S'm'.-ko.iiio wcoku UK', 'j1'.0 weatli ?? ? as bouii very wmtn for U'* li.rto oft', o year, which r-lso nvpenrs to ho vour exvM'ii-tico in Col.ar. I ifa vv limv«le«clouds Imvu ui.lie.Mod niiO\o Iho horizon, nccompuniod ?'-' m.n.oiout. dustsU'itnii, Imt. po mi u..? n fov; ri-imU-M« I'.ivo fnllen. I ? '=» still flou.ly »s I wnto tl.ia note- 1 Moni'.uy nifAtiV. Mr 'cimliiKin Mid Mr. Norman, two .iiiedorRof ihcBiveriimPftstoral COHT«»V. b«VO I.CCll OU R Vli.li. '? iiiHTKlion to PwMinRlcn station, but have relunttil Cclmrwisc. The Baden Park motor car, return ing form Cobar, and having pas   sengers Mrs. Love (wife of the Mar field manager) and family, Mrs Taafe and daughtor broke down near Til targara station, which caused some   unpleasant experiences, I am told. Mrs Lowe and the children walked five miles to the Corner Tank, on Nekarboo, whore they were...

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SELF-LOADING CART. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

SELF-LOADING CART. A self-loading cart, which will gather up aud deposit all kiuds of dirt iu the vehicle, is one of the latest inventions for obviating mauual labour. Tho apparatus is placed iu the rear of the cart, and cou sists of a collector, with gear, wheels, and other paraphernalia. The collector gathers up tho dustas thu cart is moving, raises it ovet tho dash-board, and dron: it into t.'.c body of tho vehicle. .»- ordinary cart ..'quipped with the, -' tv..- cuu collect a load iu a v '_ ' niinutes. Of course, it is unu the driver to dismount ihiiiui -' liuu. Sg . „ ? , ? &./£?, ' . .

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

SUMMARY. Dick Pnterson wns knoclicd out in tbo second round at Ccssnock on Friday nielifc, by Billy M'Wabb. The jjitbo of sovereigns pro3onled to Mr. M'Leod, late proprietor of the Cobnr ' Herald,' on Monday even ing. uonlnii)6-? cold to the value of £40. ftf n'nilnv U7,VQ it nnrlrar ' rV\ta tliorinotnolor registered 105', after which a diiRtsfconn broke from the woali. nhotft ?! n tn., nod raged for half tttrhnur. DiiHn Govorninont tank, on the 'Wilocnniii roarl, which has been dry far about nix months, is now full, \-n.vit-i- boon replenished by passing thunders torniH. MV. H. 0. II. Ursn. Rftor an ab isouce from Cahnr of about twelve fnonthB, roturnod on Monday even iaf.. We understand ha will be re snuining Bomo time in aonnection 'with business matters. Harrison, Janes and Devlin sub mitted at auction 3833 lmlaa of good to uu!-9r wools at Imrely equal to last cntoa. Biirry mi,) (unity wools were distinctly iowoi . They sold at auo t'toii -itiil |)rivH.'.,lv 1122 bales. A member...

Publication Title: Western Age
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A REMARKABLE BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

A REMARKABLE BUILDING. « ,i! A building with no brick or wood' » - .*' woiki with tltirteen acres ol tlooi spati, ^ ^J/,. aii.l with its forty thousand tons ot floors, -. 6 ? walls, mid roof so riveted by groat slubs ^ - of concreto and steel roods that a big ?' emu., might swing it in the air or turn it upsilc down without its falliug to pieces, w tittu- n.tnvtti.* i.mit.it(-tinii in T.m\dnn. Tt will all'ord room for three thousand Post Office ivoikers. The stnictnre roprescuts a record in si/.e ami weight for the whole country l'or a building of ferro-concretc. The foundations wore slabs of concrete, aud upon them square pillars of some material were built up. In the heart of them, as iu the walls and floors, were set long rods of steel, wovcu together by strands of wire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

IN POPULAR FAVOR. .\n.i rirn.ji'1-t rluil- lias for Us ol.jcct l!ii- (.'joiI nf the innnr. invnrinlilv iVinc* inti. popular liivor: so it is, I ha'/ '-Tlic rv-ij.K«« ' Fal.-i.-i-.'1 IVItfrave ritnvt,, Mnnly — .-Kii-ltu-tfil uihlor III.- cotilrollii!' poHi-r »if Hi« Snhatimi Arinv— hnu lie ??ouic I ho Hu.-leil liuim- nf .?oiiiitrv \\A Iw.s. « II-, nmil.vr tariff or H'- pi-r i!-iy C.'7,V, ]mt tvc-'k) (.r moil Is ?ioparatrly n't 1A. ininl.iiu'il with spoll.-cs I'li-unlim'** iin.t l«srr li-.im..(..olikiiiS- is il.-. .?ftustai.l. si.lvi-rt w.-tueiit. It \f t.»« isiiuiit.'s' w.-P; to Mi,.- (h.,.ni, lieadi ami 1,'ss Iiy ti.it/i fr, tiif vthnrf. Tho nppniiitnii'n'.t :itv -|ii- inoft mo'icrn. The rjow, ?''«? li'hf fully air/. '

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NO SUCH NAME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

NO SUCH NAME. \ti exceedingly deaf man was bei Q&i'i ? tiiro.iii.-fil to a' young woman. 1 j^ young woman was pretty, but' she h fe;!''- :\ -t!',ii)|..- niinii'. Her name waBiping fRSiij '.Mr. Smith.' said the mutual ? a-ME/l ? liiai'itaiiTO. 'tWs is Miss Diniilofusle. T? The deal' man raised his hand to his -'* '? Please pardon me.' hr- sud. 'but I'm hard of lioariii'. Vhat did you * mi.v tin- name was?' ?'Miss Dinglefuglc.' ?'I'm awfully sorry,' in iriiiiirod the - arili.-tod one. with a strained and puz- - /l.'.l look in his oye; 'but r haxen't .?.?niu'lit it yet.' The other man raised his \01co tn v shout. ', \ 'Miss r-inglefugle! ' he blare.1, liesiguedlv. hopelesslv. the deaf./ shook his head. ' It *s 1.0 use.' he said; ' Rounds *..* \ Oiiigl«fu-rle to me.' r-i . ' »?

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Presentation to Mr. M'Leod. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

Presentation to Mr. M'Leod. Oh Moiiday uvoning BOine forty ropresentklivo townsmen nasomhlod at Die Cobar Council Ommljors for the purpose of making a presonlation to Mr. 3. T. M'Leod, for mnny years proprietor of the Cobar ' Herald,' prior lo biB departuio frcm hero. Tbo Mayor (Aid. Sutherland) prosidod. Apologies for non-attondanco wero re cuiveu irom i/ean liuglics, Vr. 11. K. Letcber, and n number of others. After the loyal toaet bad bocn duly honored, tho Mayor proposed the toast cf (bo guest of (ho ovcnJDg, Mr. M'Lecd. Ho was sorry Mr. M'Leod was leaving Ccbnr, but glad tbo citi zens bad recognited biB gcod work, and he cculd tost assured that ho was faking away with him their vory best wishes. They always found biro a geed citizen, white in hie work in connection witlAho hospital nothing was too great a trouble. There vroro otboi s present who knew Mr. M'Leod, and he would call on them to speak. Aid. J.Leah, J.P., said in regard to Mr. M'Leod'8 publio work, no one bad worked ...

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TO PREVENT OILCLOTH FROM BECOMING ROTTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

TO PREVENT OILCLOTH FROM BECOMING ROTTEN. Tn prevent oilcloth from becoming ...It.'ii ou a damp floor:— Hang over a ?in... having tile back outside (or lay 11 lace downunr.ls on tin' llonr if room can lie found). Lot the oilcloth In! thoroughly dry. then make the follow ?iii; mixture- -of cnuisn the quantity ?/ill depend upon the amount of ma i.iinl to be coated. Mix thoroughlr 1 .'.I lead, dryers, ninl linseed or boiled i:ii1iit thinner). Cover the back of iii.' oilcloth with this mixture, using :i rather soft brush, going all over .?vculy. and let it thoroughly dry. Then add a little more red lead to tin) mixture, making it thicker, aud giving the oilcloth another coat, and let it thoroughly dry. If properly done, the damp will not penetrate the cloth, and it will lust a great deal longer than the ordinary pain tod back. The red lead is poison, and must be used with care. Tho cost of mixture for a pieco of oil cloth six or eight yards squaro would l.c about sixpence.

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HONORING MRS. McLEOD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

HONORING MRS. McGEOD. About 70 ladies wore present at a musical afternoon in the Masonic Hall on Wednesday, which had been arranged as a social send-off to Mrs. J. T. M'Leod and to make her a public presentation. At intervals during tbe proceedings, songs wore rendered by Mrs. H. R. Letohor, Misses J. Ubnuinu! *jt x'aitjuuni) utuua utiu II. Campbell ; while pianoforte overtures wore given by Miss OUio Bannister and Miss Vida Dunlop. Afteruoon tea aud refreshments woro served, after which Mrs. C. J. Woollett, in an appropriate manner, on behalf ot tbe Cobar ladies, presented Mrs. Mc Leod with a gold wristloc watch as a mark of tho appreciation in which she 13 held locally. Mrs. M'Leod feelingly thanked her lady friends for their handsome present, and a plea sant afternoon ended about G o'clock with ' Auld Lang Syno.' The ga thering was most enthusiastic and cordial, and an eloquent tojtimoiiy to tho popularity of Mrs. M'Leod.

Publication Title: Western Age
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FOUR ABLE LIARS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

FOUR ABLE LIARS. 'Tou may not boliove it, gentlu men,' said one of the group who, hav ing dined at a free-lunch countor, wero .-.Miokiug tlieir cigars, in front of a hotel. 'You may not beliovo it, but ? I have used a fountain-pen constantly '? ' tor four ynara and have never had tho least troublu with it.' 'That's remarkable,' said another. 'Still, 1 am the father of six children, and never had to walk tho floor at night ' with a single one of thorn.' ..A There was a silenco of a minute or - two, and another spoke up. *? 'I don't doubt it.' ho said, 'for I '. can testify to something strangor still. ! I have 11 bright little four-year-old boy * nt my house, and 1- nevor told any of J,' his smart sayings to my friends.' 1' 'Gentlemen,' remarked a fuurth, ' ?if tor a painful pntise. 'I'm fonj of h.-iriiig young women practise their si-Bin on the piano after T have Tctircd to resi. It lulls nic to sleep.' One or two persons in the group niadn l.'i'ble atte.'ipts to say sotuethiug, but...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

A grand ' Continental ' to ho hold at C. of E. Reotory grounds night of Nov. 30th. When our Sr.le flag is llyinR, tho prices are low. — M'Gmth nnd Pow derly, Mercery Specialists.* VV/e still have a fair number of roa good second-hand bicycles most ly fittod with new tyres and fitting3. at from £i 10s to £ 7.— H. Doooer, Linsley-street.3 Tyres vulcanised, bars fitted, wheels repaired, or anv class of mntnr nr cycle work.— H. DOGGER, Linsley 8treot.4 Buy better stores for less inonoy at A. B. Campbell's.*' Soiling Bedsteads as tve do, il in only natural wo bavo great deiuuud for Blankots, aud our prices are the lowest. H. Dogger, LiuBley Btrcet, Cobru. Yes, M'Grnth and Powderlys' Sale ia'on. Wo wnnt to sell. We're going to soil. Our prices will do that.* ,-T?ha catch of the season— M'Grath 'and Powderly's Sale. When we say Sale, we mean Sale.* THE HOME OF THE M/1NT The writor rivcnlly hint ft,,. p|,.,,'..-,,rf. of inspi'.'liiij.' th.it palatial p.!iii«o ;,t sum Tilt ^r/vo,) s.tlnnv, j...

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DAIRYING. DAIRY CATTLE RECORDS AND STANDARDS. Herd-testing in N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

DAIRYING. DAIRY CATTLE RECORDS AND STANDARDS. Herd-testing in N.S.W. Some interesting results of thu indi vidual tests conducted under the United Pure-bred Cattle Breeders' Association scheme, were given by the Dairy Ex pert at the recent meeting of the Bri tish Association for the Advancement nf Science iu Australia. Testing under the scheme began in September, 1!H2. and lip to :(Oth June. 1U14, the tests had been completed nf 424 cows, of which XU, or approxi mately SO per cent., attained the stan dard laid down, which uow is: — l'or cows 2 years old nt the beginning of the test, 200 lb. butter, f»r those ?- years old at the beginning, 250 lb., and for those 4 years old at tho beginning, 300 lb. A fow figures. In all 238 .Jersey cows have been tested, averaging 4950 lb. milk and 2S!I lb. butter; 6S .Shorthorns, averaging 7274 Hi. milk and 33u lb. butter, and 10 Guernseys averaging 5300 lb. milk and 2S7 lb. butter. In addition ono Holstein was tested l'or nine months, giving 14,til...

Publication Title: Western Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

i. A. Padula. ' THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED Matchmaker, Jeweller and Optician in Cobar, Has always on hand the best selootod :. . stook of ;? 'Jewellery, Gold and Silver, &? Electroplate, etc, I: ? IN THE DISTBIOT. |v opices compared with '^ii ; ?. value of our goods, §C: « the lowest in Cobar. ^|P The only Qualified ??£- ? Resident Optician. ly Kwong On & Co. %*!? General Storekeepers and W Produce Merchants, CORNISHTOWN, COBAR, Are prepared to enter into oontraota for ?applying Chlneso for ring-barking and Borab-outting, bb noil aa Ohineeo servants and oooka for Btatiorn. I LARGE STOCKS OP CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, GROCERY, MERCERY, and BOOTS ana SHOES, oarriea. -,.- Ush buyers of Rabbit and Fox Skint, &c. HiaHEST PEI0E3 GIVEN. Orders Promptly Attended to. MORRISON Bros*. V., LINE OF ^;. : -j^-i^VIail Goaches :- $M% ???Z.ffie Booking Office, uext the ? C-$£'*&i Hall, Bonrke Street, Cobar, 'J^very TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and :. 'r SATURDAY, at 5-30 p.m., for 1CAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

We Print the News, THEREFORE, 'Age' Advts. Pull. Of PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY - - - - - & SATURDAY. Telephone &?? JTHE HUNTING HOUSE; : OF THE WEST. I All Classes of General ana Gom | merciccl Printing Executed! on ; the Premises.. Workmanship— The Best. Charges — The Loviest. TUB 'Western Age A \ Barton Street, Cobar. I i I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

I /j\, |$ m m ?ii V.D.- li « --'.';-TWtaayminuwaaMU'jtMMBHUi^^ | 77ie Quality R -prc«*l Miniight w,»» givrn. to- hV V' 0 *»&Ty of (h*»e Firm Pabrt(ftwh«r- W ~* —cr buying. Mima assuring $p j»-! Durability anil Good Value. I Crepes = I j SPECIAL FKICES— ° ! 7^d 5. is *K-». — I j ? [— Dainty 'I jrAlSRICS I WMV-VI;iy!!tTtK-rc!ia-»nfiii«l M roi.src#-oor»p|t ;-,*. longer ? .13 W« art r»aii- tu -!iow - -u t:i* Rg »t»-ll 3ml Most r.»tli..nobl. fcr Mdlrfiat*. catm-ntty suitable fo* { th« present S--n»'t Wrur. ¥-mw . jj viiii will be uteemvd and' *?»?» S not '+-? notry yuu tame. 5 The Range A Big RjnRr of rvrr- pnixiMTpnt S tfrm.int* of Ddmt I »sh.r»s. No ( I Isdr will experience «ny uib!~culi ? in- ! » «hoo*ing ? suitable Orc%» KnslJu E : floral VoilUs, [ § special pricue— ! | : Is 6d^ -ill i JENNINGS BROS. 3 JOHNSTON, Dentist. (MarshaH-StrctfT^ ' '- r..-}Jiiir-J1otol ami cWo»Ho TS'. T. McGinley.^? COBAK t'KI.KI'HUNK till. U. Hbantads Practice, S3th\ Oel Wanted. jO~OL^SE^f AID. Wage...

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TAKE-ALL IN WHEAT. A Hint. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

TAKE-ALL IN WHEAT. A Hint. Take-all seems to lie with us con timinllv — in some seasons more notice ably than in others, but always more or less. 'This season it is just as pre valent as «vi.r,' nays the Plant-breeder of the department in the courso of a brief note that contains a practical suggestion that deserves the careful consideration of fanners. Take-all is worst on loamy, loose soils, .?i ? _.. tint.. ???? ♦ liiti* t It tut nti ulntui**. and where its presence, has been ob served bv the farmer it would pay to s.-lect land for wheat with juilicioun ??are. A rough soil survey of the farm should be made mentally, and a .sketch ??nmmitted to paper so that next vear oats may be sown on those portions of the paddocks where the heads seems always to bum off or fail to form pro perly. It is well known that oats are not affected by the fuiif-u.! of take-all to anything like the siune extent as wheat— the Biologist of the iVpnrtinen\ lately remarked that there was only one record.?.] ...

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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. Tke«i Notef ait luitd uTery wMk, «nder tkt pern.n»I inperYkio* ot tke Hon W. 0. Awford, MlnliUr to* AjticmUwe, »nd ore tiled Biliily o» tke cxpn'rionce of tka Deptrtmant. ? No. lSii. AGRICULTURAL. WHEAT PRODUCTION. Cost as a Factor. Th,-X..ost of proilm-iiiK » ir0I' of wheat -. , .., |,|| limes lifiMi a matter ol .iii.ri.iiie important to wheat growers i - ..Tliaps never more so in tli« history - nf New South Wales than in these days ? whvii the aroa is extending rapidly i.\crv vom and when tbo miiiibcr 01 1 ihns,'. who I'.akc it their principal crop | ?^ s, ? ii|v in.rpasing. Discussions on tlit' siil.iiM't hnvp boon numerous and ..oiilinnous. Imt tho diversity of opinion , is i.rnbiiMv greater than upon any farm Mil.ii'.l. ' Iinliviilual variations in | niiMliD.is of farm inaiiagcincnt arc so 1 ???.?at that while .hundreds of growers ran n-rtv about the quantity of soeit or iniriiiiri! that should be used per ?iiti' and eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Age — 18 November 1914

fattersaH's Consultations. ('.'cos-vm.- Ailains, Hnlmt, '!' .- iiuv.u ) , NOW OPE&i. : ?'?.MNlMCiO .CUP. nui it- IJ.-iH.i'. ?.-V,lt NVivpihIh-. i 0 1.000 Li'!kliU ^ jl,^ r'.QBitDBR HANDICAP, m-i nt, lt-isahiil. Vl:h IJ.wciml.ar U»°-I-JO | . -.BmSGTOM STAKES, nui ui, Rui.lwio!:, Mil, »aoe»'»'«'. 1OO'OlJO g f,i(,ko!;3 al- 0.2. ? , ?| Important Notice. i Ou Ml Swoeja on IUoos run n(tor Jwu.ir/. 19™. tlio Tasmania.! Go- , W .?jr.wflot8SHa|rCaswillho-2lo.i0ac!i ?- Ticl(ot- an!1 .ll1 0I- oao1' 1Oi ? i'alo,. Ciisut* musfc lliorotora n-M tli«« wounto to Ibeir remittances. ?? ,.O- .Tho T&ra»nan Government liw auUioriaod tlio Trustoos o( Iba ostalo J Iha Uto tto«.-' Adams lo carry on llio lioonao and conduct the swoop ,-? :? ;,.ir.c~ undo:1 d same manag--''ant m for soveral yoara past. ? ! iriFTeBW jffiDic/iii JW*l. Marshall-Street. Proprietor. Kvccv Inscription of Patent Medicine Stocked. A largo assortment of Perfume:-*, fancy Goods, Toilet Requisites and Stationery always o...

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