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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

AN UNUSUALJWmON. According to a stock tnipector on th« Downs, a surprising amount of calTing troubles Is being experienced by dairymen. Further enquiry elicited the Information that the most usual cans* of the trouble 1b the retention of the afterbirth. This is just another case where a little knowledge, far from being dangerous. Is a useful thing. Brer? dairyman should know that if a cow Is drenched just before calring with S.S. cleansing drench, the coming away ot the afterbirth is great ly facilitated. If drenched again with this same preparation after calving, the chance of milk: fever is consider ably reduced, and the cow is greatly assisted in getting back Into profit. Sargical Supplies Ltd.. Brisbane, make up this valuable drench and re tall It at the very modest sum of 1/6 a packet, containing two doses, or 2/3 posted. 21/- will have a dozen packets delivered to any dairyman post free, together with, toll instructions. A DREADJMSEASL Tfcat was a wonderful idea of a man naned...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
McCAUGHEY BEQUEST. CHILDREN OF DECEASED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

MoCAUOHCY BCQUCST. CHILDREN 07 DECEASED SOLDIKRS. ? The trustees are pleased to announce that subsequent to the printing of a pamphlet we have received the So- ? . oreme Court of N.S.W. in Kanity ha* \ decided that assistance may be «s I traded to the children of deeeaite*! i soldiers who served abroad, which : i persons died at any time as tne result !ot-- I'l) Any physical Injury sustained by ( lurh persons front any cauao whatso j ever Including injury from ga» and *c j rl-l»nt» of any kind; and \ ' '2) Any disease contracted by such : j- persona In any manner whatsoever, . which was directly or Indirectly tile n» i suit of such war senrlee. , j 'i This happily removes tne previous i \ limitation which ineladed only the I j children of ex-soldlera who were Ult- \ j ed or died of wounds. '

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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Maroochydore. FURTHER CHURCH HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

Maroochydore. FURTHER CHURCH HELP. The following- further donations have been received, and are tnankfuny acknowledged by Father Wright, to wards tae building- fund or ine new church opened on Xmas Eve: Messrs. A. Martin £5. L. H. Collins £2/2/, A Crofts 10/6. G. Greathead £3/3/. AMBULANCE ITEMS. The Ambulance Tent at Cotton Tree Reserve proved a boon to the camp ers and others all around. In charge of Hoinorary- Bearers Alnl and Pren'J3 over 100 minor casualties were attend to, principally sunburn cases. The sum of £7/6/0 wa». tdded to the funds, thanks to the ST3 of Messrs. G. A. Richardson and A. Reynolds. The former banded over a cake for a weight estimating competition and the latter disposed of tickets at his shop to tha value mentioned.

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BRISBANE TRAMS. HANDED OVER TO TRAMWAY TRUST THE BETTER SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

?RISBANK TRAMS. HANDED OVER TO TRAMWAY TRUST THE DBTTEM SPIRIT. | BRISBANE, Monday.— Tho forma hnmlinff over tho property of th i Brisbano Tramway Company *-- 'd Tramway Trust took pUvoo to-day. Tho Press waa not admitted to th enrpmnnv. Hon. A. J. Thynno (chairman of th- nrlxbano board of dtrootors of th- Tramway Company), In handlnn ovn$ the property to tho TruBt, said thBl the Trust was taking over tho tr.un-» way undertaking whloh wns on a vury hlnh stawlartt. tts creation and urftjin Inatlon represented proellonlly the llfo work of that great man (Mr. 9. J. Badger). Unfortunately for the me tropolis Mr. Badger and tho oompanr h.Kt been greatly hampered with aniT thwarte ddurlng tho Itmt ton yoani or more by the aotl^ns of various Uov Rrnments which prevented the growth of tho tramway system. Hostile mea sures wore proposed' In Parliament which hurt the effect of discouraging tho company from enlarging Its en terprise and of damaging tho com nniry's credit both horo and tn the '...

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THE WOOLLEN INDUSTRY. EXTENSIVE DEVELOPMENT EXPECTED UNDER PROTECTIVE DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

THE WOOLLEN INDUSTRY. EXTENSIVE DEVELOPMENT EX PECTED UNDEB PRiMiiCT.VE ? DUTIES. MELBOURNE, Mond?y--An Im portant stage In tho development of will be reaohed by the operation of duties on yarns for manufacturing purpose* as from Monday next. Up to the present these woollens have hern admitted free. Australia, while producing wool ia abundant quan tities, Iihs been in the anomalous position of exporting the raw mate rial of reimporting il as yarn for further manufacture, chiefly from England. Millions of pounds have thus been sent overseas for parity, manufactured goods actually 'pro duced in Australia. The position has recently been thoroughly Investfgatcd by the Tariff Board, and on the recommendation of 5;. that authority the Govcmjmepl has **. decided to Impose the deferred duties ? prescribed In the tariff schedule, as ;«??-? from 1st January. On yarns, woollen or containing wool, tor manufacturing purposes, duties of 10 per. cent. Brit ish preferential, 15 per cent, inter medi...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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COOLUM COTTAGETTES. Mr. NYMA NWINS CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

OOiOLUKI OOTTAOETTE6. Mr. NYMA NW1NS CONTEST. The winner of the Cottagotte com pejiUon carried out by the Coolura Bc-ich Estate proprietors had been de cided in favour, of Mr. P. Nyman, of Yiihdina, who wins from among ten competitors. His plan is roughly that of ia four-roomed cottage, of which the two front rooms are larger than tlic back rooms, but the outer wall of each front room Is shortened so as to pre sent the front wall to the veranda at a bevel. The veranda is three faced. Hi c two side faces conforming to the front wall and forming the same shape as ir it were half the veranda of a hexagonal building. The front half of the roof is half hexagonal bungalow, but the back half square bungalow. The managers of tho estate report that some very line sketches were sent in, but all of the competitors failed to sop.- that plenty of veranda space is es sential for a seaside cottage, and in nearly every case the sketches were of buildings too large and expensive.

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AMBULANCE RIVALRY. A COOLANGATTA CLIMAX. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

AMBULANCE RIVALRY. A C00LAXGATTA CMMAX. COOLANGATTA, Saturday. — Ald- erman J. Gardiner, Mayor presided over the monthly meeting of the Coo langatta Town Council, when an ap n1!/'iffnn m-?io remti frnm Afp .T. II ' Chapman, carnival manager at Tweed Heads for the St. John Amtmlncp. Bri gade, asking permission to conduct a chocolate wheel in and around Coolan fratta and beaches during Vie Holidays. , Alderman Fagan objected to the ap plication on the wound that there were enough chocolate wheels tn Coolangalta The Mayor said that as soon as the holidays were over they should have a big public meeting to put a stop to having ftwo ambulances in Coolan gatt.i. as they w-ere harassed with eu chr.- parlies, raffles, dances, are unio03 dr., to keep the two going. Some thing must be done to prevent the public having all these appeals foisted on to them. He moved that permission be granted, provided that only choco lates be disposed of. This was carried Alderman Winders said he would like to...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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S.Q.F.S. DIRECTORS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

8iQ.F.$ I I I DIRECTOJIS- - flhlNG. The bi-monlhl}! mcoi jiig of j the Board of Directors of t!U- Si j:|icifi Queens land Fruitgrowers!' Sor i'.^ I.ttnited'was held in the Boaijd R-- «H, li S. & A. Bank Chambers, poma V-\ on; Thursday 2ist December lf-22, tr; Kijank Burtl (chairman) presliiiuK:. ;? ' I '? Mr. Ranger in dxpla) fn'^; ttje position regarding' the pijl]) c- [jljir jPassmore j Factory (Stanthope) Ifate^ that for : the past two yea|*s ui ht tije presort management a ijplaiu ij 1 atilicle hs.J been produced, and w if meeting with : ready sale; inor* osj ,-fikll-; did this i apply to the toniajo pu n\ ; ; Tho Citrus CoOicil cj|i-ise-l that, at ! their meeting htjld o i'- {h-- 1 9th Dec. ! the Californlau bUshc jr.jiscjjhad been adopted for oversea s! iprr.cnis, though some doubt cxisteji as -j ^s tjeinf? suit able for mandarin!?. ' l|-:?ilxjng of tha standard for the btni ripjtckjha'd been field over till Mm:ch rijjtj arid the de struction of the 'pr&ni ij b...

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ADJACENT CANE CENTRES. 1923 PROSPECTS GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

ADJACENT CAKE CENTRES. 1923 PROSPECTS GOOD. The following report from the southern Field Assistant, Mr. J. ?:. Murray, has been received by the Di rector of Sugar Experiment Stauons: During the past month, the cane growing; districts of Maryborough Plal ba and Mt. Bauple were visited: Maryborough: — The cane is looking well in this district and the acreage is gradually being; extended. There is still a fair amount of land outside of Maryborugh that could probably and will be planted provided tne price of sugar Is sufficiently enccraragmg. This applies in a large degree to that tract of forest country that is lying betw«ca the city and Tiaro. where, excepting for frosted places, quite a lot of cane couKl i-e grown. Regarding general methods of agri culture, and behaviour of cane varieties there' is nothing fresh to comment upon since last visiting this district. T!?e vareties mentioned in the previous re ports as making favourable progress are still doing well while the rator-n cane ...

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OVERSEAS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

OVERSEAS CLUB. , The Eumundi Branch of the Over seas Club begin* the Sevr Year 192? with a membership of fifteen. AH over the world the Society has it.« mpmhPK now rrter 9KH flflO with ita 800 Honorary Corresponding Secre taries. Many Australians visiting Lon don have been to headquarter* at Ver non House.. The only stipulation for Membership Is that the man or woman must be a British subject, and wil!lr:« to further the interests of the Empire in every way. About 20 yeara ago a waltzing com petition was held in Paris and li couples started. The prize -was to be awarded to the couple whoc ould ke*p up longest withoat a single stop. Th». contest began at il p.m.. and finished at 5.45, wh»n only couple, a French^ man. named Vincent, and hi! partner. Mile. Scherrer, were left In occupation of the floor. During that time the or chestra had played 160 waltze3, bur this record was beaten a year or sn before the war, when an Italian dane Ins master won a prize of £40 by wiltziag continuous...

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LANDSSORBURG RACES [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

. LANDSBOR. -l OH RACES Tho Landsboro1 « i Race Clu'v held a successful mec r g on f ow YcaJ-'n Day. Seven boot) n il ars s loutm! the odds to thn lucky : m i{.:r». Resujlt.i \ — I Open Handicap, & ftirfong}, M. Ka^'a Representative it&t ; CTimlfil) 1. Al fori's Laity Flahe»5 t. (Cluck) ti'Xliiu barinn. Sherlock l|h n ?-?». anfl Cali- a!ao , stsrtod. K : ? ;._ j Second Clsws Httl l««e:4-4 Wrlonst Ouymer's Happy \ la r / 9.6 jSuniijhors; 1. Slncise (HawkL»« »! Tirrjn 37{xei\*. Betting 2 to, 1 oni; ; j Puny Race, 38: ikbrtgSi TJi'eU's Moving Picture iltjQ (Irhmllnson)1 l.'.f. Shuttlewood'9 -Petf .t 'fell 8U (VUirJc) 8.4. Tlmo 15 sec.' l '{ting ji toil (|n. ! Lnndsborough I r rVIi Hajidlca^, ! C ! furlong?', Al ford's; / «-M Fliiher -3.l|l). (fllark) 1, M. Ka,J'^ li^irespntatjvo »0. ' 12 (Tlndal) 2. Tli ij- i; mln 20 s^c».: Betting 4 to i or .; 'i j ' '? '. Handicap Trot. (!jr ii.;.' MoodleV Car elon Bells 1, Ball'W - Punrlh 2.|TWne 3mln. 10 Hecs. Bi^ti la; Kver) mcjiy....

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POLITICAL PROSPECTS. HOPEFUL SOUTHERN VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

POLITICAL PROSPECTS. HOPEFUL SOUTHERN VIEW. Melbourne 'Leader' of December 29 says: 'The New Year opens hope fully. By the result of the general election %ve are freed from some of tns dangers and difficulties which impeded progress. The popular will has de clared itself witlr «ufflcient emphasi3 on two essential points. In unmis takable fashion it has asserted its con demnation of a capricious autocracy and Its desire for a return to sane and sound methods of government. Also it has refused to Labour the opportunity for risky experiment. Either tne con tinuance of Hughesism with its policy of extravagance secrecy and unscrupu lous political briber}-, or Labor's en deavour to convert its crude Scoialistic theories into practice would have beon fraught with peril. In the one case we should have been pursuing the road to ruin and maintaining- and multiply ing the evils from- which we suffer Had the outcome of the appeal meant the outcome of the appeal meant the maintenance of Mr. Hugh...

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COMING MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

| COMING MATCHES. j Vloseiuount to-ini for Saturday .i ;;t|ist HeUie r.roek al Petrie Creek: )).-jfid. -\'i!fr.Nl. Edgar. Alan, Arthur, fn^ Lt-s.ie lVrren. Dircy Wiiodlinds. ?fc.ivhIUiker, L. Ooeths. F. Burns, ir1 |: KRycriift: Eni(?rc?nci«'s H. ami H. V.§!iiiii'i)i. , H.nnetfs Motor Bus will j'.'Jivail.j'il-.- 1.- eniivcy tho visitors from ^i!| Tovln Hall. Ninibour, leanng Jt C:kj p.ii. sharp. i I i

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Cricket. DIGGERS v. NORTH ARM. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

: Cricket. ! lHf.GF.nS' v. NORTH ARM. I 'he Diggers' C. C. team selected to jil .- at North Arm on Saturday next is is follows:— V. Nash, W. H. Rob S:i -n,, T. Sheciiy. W. Hocking, P Due!: tr ic, M. . ?wvt-tnam. Dick Porren, 11. i Hi, J. Rigolow S. L. Cramb, A. B. k th. ; STATE OF CONTEST. . j ; A GRADE. j ? ; l'lyil. Won. Dwn Lost. Pts. k- inv(.(.ls 9 7 1* 1 15 w ..mby^ 9 7 1 1 13 }s'.y\rni; S 3 3 2 9 pikers ' S 4 — i S N.j|it-i.iir t- i I 5 9 Sv dina| '-? i — S 'J b- rwali - 2 — f» 4 I ? -i0 60 j ? B GRADE. ll. '.?mount 10 6 2 '2 14 F.i: lo . U» C 1 3. 13 ? i'a.| nvoijd Is t'l ? fi 1 3 13 J,l,\!ool:.:h H' 5 t 4 ii U&mbye '.' 4 14 9 Ivf io C)c. li» 3 — 7 .6 Vuliina^ i 1 — ;: 2 tift-ailiin r- — — 5 nil

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SUGAR MILL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

8UQAR MILL ITEMS. One of the quietest places In Nam liour for Ihc last couple of weeks has been the Moreton Central Sugar Mill. Its period of reBt for the holidays commenced on Saturday evening, the eve of Christmas Eve, when the last lot of cane as It passed along the car rier was accompanied by the usual limc-honourcd blowing of the mill whistle, tooting of tram engines, anil so on. Thus was marked the ending of ilio crushing for i©22, which totalled 41,270 tons of cane. Tills is the sec ond biggest total of cane put through in one season in the mill's history, and as It.c density has averaged over 13 c. o.s. it \vi!l be interesting to learn when thi- returns aro available, the total of sugar resulting therefrom. If it has not defeated all other years In total or --ant\ it Is probable that 1922 lias Imaien «H its predecessors In the total of Micar manufactured, and it is cr t;iin that in value of cane handled it has outdistanced them by a considerable sum. The previous highest yea...

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1928 CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

1923 CALENDAR. With this Issue we present to our subscribers our Art Calendir for 1923 with regret that it could not, owlup to late delivery of the coloured matter and holiday Interferences, be included In the last issue for the year Just past. We have In former years claim ed with some justification that the year's calendar has been the best yet, but it seems reasonable to say that We can say It again this time, as In our opinion tills calendar is not only the most arllstio as far hb regards thn col oured pictures, but the nc*-tcst yet as far as the printing Ib concerned. Thai this printing is almost totally the work of our larger Linotype machine Install ed during the past year at heavy cz pi'nse, Is a fact that may he taken as an Indication of our endeavour lo keep abreast with Z*ic times in what is term ed 'the Art Preservatrix of the Arts.'

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"THE CHRONICLE" Nambour, Friday, January 5, 1923. THIS ISSUE No. 1000. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

'THE ^CHRONICLE' ^B ambour, Friday. January 5. 1923. . THIS ISSUE No. 1000. It is worthy of note that this issue of this paper, is the thousandth. We llnished last ;year with No. 999, and with this year we 'step into four fig ures. To haVe gained tills milestone in the paper's' history has taken a good nuiny years of work, week after week, and we hope it lias Brought lo our uis /trict a good d?ai of good. It may eafe ly he anticipated that to double the present number will not take the same struggles, 6prcad over the eighteen and a-half years, as gaining tlio first thous and did. Looking back to the paper's earlier days, we often wonder how it was at all able to carry on. with the snail plant, cramped premises, and un developed district It had to work on. Sl-;ady development has however, been thi story all along, and the paper has KTovvn with the district, each helping tin; other in a mutual way which. ap- plies more in this case than In any other lino of business, though of course,...

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ROMA OIL BORE. GOVERNMENT ABANDONING [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

[ ROMA OIL BORE. GqVEUNMENT ABANDONING Die Government has definitely I li idoncd the Roma Oil Bore. The ?i. 'rations have cost between £35,000 in I £:)G,000. The Minister for Mines C r. A. Jones), In making this an n incenipnt tills morning, said the it; ne\e w.is not all lost. 'We have pnived nrie thing,' he said, 'and that is thai tllcro is oil in the Boma dis tri t, mid that there is an enormous tr: pressure from the oil.' I is Hlsfi anticipated that bore casing to he value of £4,700 will be recover oi while the Boma Town Council is In ng ofrer.'d the well as- a source of \\ ,it sjn-ply on condition that it pay* £' 50 for. 1SO0O feet of 12J inch cas In . : ; t wi|s.lhi- presence of a spelmlld In ly ofi water in the bore that cau^c: ;'ti ali.indpnment of the effort to obtain jpi Tlie;waler has come across from [I! watej* liores which supply til'' |(p n of homa and from the old gas if' o which caught fire many years ill . This inilow of water made it ji cticnily impossible to obtai...

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COMING MOVIES. "ONE CLEAR CALL." [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

COMING MOVIES. 'ONE CLEAR CALL.' I Long before Augustus Thomas com l.T?nc«'l p'-'rpetu3ting the romance or Ifie south on the stage In a sene* If pUys ttiat began with 'Alabama,'' ?outh of :the Mason-Dixon line has |r;en regnra-nl as a section totally sur Riuniled l-y cavalier? and tend«r fmo ?lons. The adaptability of the south f i strong-, swinging narration finds ;is j:siification again in 'One Clear Call,' Jic photoplay produced by TofcD M.. jj!ahi, which will be shown at Bennett'1; Pictures next Saturday as a First Na j |on;il attraction. - Alahama is again the locale and the ! irc'^n offering presents a more virile I ory of tho Gulf Coast stale than any ' ling Ihat Las ever been presented up l tlic stage. Henry B. Walthali. Milton Siis an.I i ,«r'! Windsor hold the leads in a : ot that calls for an unusually Urge ? st of players. Of these Henry Wal ) all !s one of the screen favorites ? hose- triumphs date back to 'The : rtli of a Nation' and before. MH 1 n Sills is :i more rec...

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THE STATE OF IRELAND. A QUEENSLANDERS OUTSPOKEN OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 5 January 1923

THE STATE -TO $CELANJ-. . ; ? i t A QUEE^SLAiNiJW1; OVJ SPOK£-' ONIONS. I 'Returning io Ivetsi^jaftex an al-l- j sence of 20 y*jar» I jfM {distressed |j- j Dnd it in a. fkr wot^jiUte tnan ii has even been.' jTheifriji an litter d:3- I regard of law acd orjHr »y the rebels. A lot of trouble has co^ij; ted frum »k system of teaiihlrijf b) pguc ;n In* schools. Instead o?'t#jjrrii:g the) child- ren to accept jibe crtijju.lbns iu thejF obtain und-r iHonie': fl)C: which is quite equal to; that 'piJ*cd by Aus; trallans, their quails ill; ' nbi tiered lij' ancient history | and tv'ia J jhappciled tu their forcfatheiis undelj lli; British ?i gime. It is Wish Umtj ^|at the Iri*!; people buried lie paif ' :p d something else was driveij into iliC-Jninds 6f the young people, ?Mtich .«ill{:icsult in lli.i country regaining soink- J of Its lost glory. Yes, tli^ sysU;jja :-jif educatiCfri must be altered ! aIfo{,4Uur|' The foregoing outejihittin statimsnf was made to a 'iCourii-iTVt!PrcseEla^'v'* ...

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