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DEPRESSING INDIGESTION Agony Suffered Day by Day [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

DEPRESSING INDIGESTION - ^ ? Agony SuflFered Day by Day A table laden with good nourishing food can be a depressing spectacle to the sufferer of indigestion. Lack of appetite, the violent pain after a mouth ful or two, takes away all the pleasure from a meaL Is it to be wondered at that dyspeptics are usually so irritable, despondent and harassed-looking? The real wonder is how they manage to go rrom day to day enduring agony and without proper nourishment. In nearly every form ' of indigestion there is a deficiency of good, rich blood. When the blood is thin, the stomach weakens, food lies undigested, gas forms and pain becomes frequent and severe. The digestive organs, like all other parts of the body, must have si plentiful supply of rich blood. This promotes the flow of gastric juices, stimulates the stomach's nerves and muscles, and assures comfortable di gestion. To overcome 'indigestion, strengthen your weak stomach by replenishing your blood supply. -The tonic that will do t...

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD BRADMAN'S GREAT INNINGS. Sydney, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

SHEFFIELD ; SHIELD -. J ? : ? y ' , BRADMAK'S GREAT IHNXKGrS. Sydney, January 26. The outstanding feature of yester day's play in the' match between X.S.W. and Victoria was the innings of Brad man, wEo compiled 340 not out. The match was continued to-day. Scores: — NEW SOUTH WALES. First Innings. ' Jackson, b Ironmonger ? 41 Fairfax, b Gamble ? ? 104 Bradman, not out -. ? ? 340 Andrews, lbw. b Ironmonger ..... 19 McCabe, *b Gamble ? '..,. 60 Marks, c Lansdown, b Darling ... 50 Bettington, c Austen, b Darling . . 40 Fingletpn, not out ? Zo Sundries ' ? 2S Total for 6 wickets 713 Innings declared.

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MOYLAN BEATS ROSS AN INTERESTING BOUT Perth, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

TOOTLAN BEATS ROSS AN INTERESTING' BOUT P«rth, January 21.1' Although Frank Mpylan, of Western Australia, held the mastery throughout the match against Dave Ross, of Vic toria, in the Olympia open air stadium last night, interest on ,thc part of the fair .crowd was never allowed to wane. The Victorian's ability to stand heavy punishment and the -power- which he placed behind his punches always made hint a dangerous opponent and in sev eral instances it was only Moyian' s ringcraft- and speed that saved % him. Moyian gave a good, plucky exhibition and showed that he 'is one. of the best boxers in -tie State at his weight, while Boss displayed marked improvement on his form when he lost to Fitzshnnions. During the concluding stages the Vic torian, was bent on securing a knock out and in the eleventh term' he; almost succeeded when he seat. Moyian for the count of nine by a deadly right hook- to the' jaw. Moyian, , however, made a rapid recovery 'and soon brought matter? back into Ms f...

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BOXING STATE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP[?] V. BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

BOXING ? «_. ? STATE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP EOWiSLL V. SURNIE. Arrangements have been finalised for the reception of a record house at to night's championship fight at the Town Hallv Mr. Ted Clifton, who is in charge of the programme for the Geraldton Week Committee, advises he has matched Barker and Riley for a splenuid, bout for a substantial side wager and a gold medal presented by the committee.- Tom Shanahan, a coming- heavyweight, will meet Don McKay and several other in teresting bouts will precede the main event. The two - principals arc in splendid fettle. They will be examined this evening by Doctor Wallace to en able him to state if they are physically lit to fight. Burnie will weigh approxi mately 12' stone 8 lbs and Bowtell 12 j stone 10 lbs. / Doors will open promptly at half past seven. It is intended to have the gloves au tographed by the boxers ? and to pre sent 4herii to Cr. C. T.- Davis, chairman of the 'Week' Committee.'.'

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WEST AUSTRALIA v. VICTORIA. Perth, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

WEST AUSTRALIA .v, VICTORIA. Perth, January £6. These teams commenced the deciding match to-day; the locals batting first. Ogtaiis:— ;.'.'. . : W^T AUSTRALIA ! P. Bryant, 11V-, b McCormack . . 5 I)rew, stp. Campbell, b Warne .... 13 McBae, c McCormick, b Warne ... 2 WilberforcCj b Warne ? ?» W. Bryant, c McCormick, b Warne 1 Inverarity, Lb.w., b Makin ? i Hjorrocks, not out ? -. ? _. . ? 20 R. Biyant, ^iot out ? 0' Sundries '..: ? \- Total for 6 wickets ' 61

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THE COLTS MATCH WIN FOR VICTORIA. Perth, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

THE COLTS MATCH WIN FOR VICTORIA. '? ? i ?*- '' ? ' ~- — '~~~ ? ' ? ' ~- '..''? Perth, -January 2(j. Thd match between -South Australia and Victoria in the Colts' triangular tournament concluded yesterday with a win for Victoria. As the series now stand Western Australia and 'Victoria - are level on points with five -eaeb. D~e-! tailS:-- ':.'? ? -V '; . .:;:' j ^ i'' : SOOTH AUSTRALIA -, First Innings /. .V....i; \12. '/ .'?-' .' ?'????'.? Second ? Inning*. :. ' Finluyson, c Hunt, 4} Warne . : . :-. ? .-. 17r Sangstcr, b McGonuick ? .„ '. j Loncrgan, std. Barnett, b Warne *. SI Catchlove, c McGormiek, b Warne I Krngsj£y, c Wharington, b Nor niand .. ? ? 1? Walker, not jout . .' ? . ? ...... 11 Williams, stp. Barnett, b Warne .. 2 Siggins, c Barnett, b Warne ...... 2 Tobin, Lb.w.,: h Normand .....'.. 0 Brunt, stp. Barnett, b Normatfd ;....? .1 De vcrfcon, run ' out ...':. ? .'*.'...?. ' «r Sundries . . . . v...j- ...1.1... 17 Total ' ?????. ' i9g VICTORIA First 'Innings, 9 for . . . ...

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CRICKET ENGLISH XI. THE OLD FIRM AGAIN. Adelaide, January 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

CRICKET _: ? «. ? ENGLISH XL , THE OLD FIRM AGAIN. Adelaide, January 2-j. Hobbs and Sutdiffc ' again accuse piished .one of their famous . openiii«- stands at Adelaide yesterday, 151 being -registered before. Hobbs was caught. This is the greatest first wicket partner ship for the Englishmen during tcc» -tour. ENGLAND. First Innings. J. B: Hobbs, c McKay, b Carlton . 75 H. Suteliffe, c WMtfield, b Grini niett ? : ? 122 E. Tyldesley, Lb.w., b Grininiett . 22, A. P. F .Chapman, c Hone, b Griin uiett ? i.. 23 D. It. Jardine, c Hack, b Scott .... 3 Hendren, c Whitfield, b Carlton . . yir Leyland, ? b Carlton ? ^ ? 9 Ames, c Pritchard, b Carlton . . „ IT Geary, e Pritchard, b Grinuuctt . . 22 White, c WMtfield, b Oartlon . . „ 8 Freeman, not out '. ? ? 0 Sundries ? ? ? ..' .» Total 392 Bowling: Scott, 1 for SI; Carlton, 5_ for 64; Grimmett; 4'for 175. . - r ' SOUTH AUSTRALIA. , .first Innings. Harris, c Ames, b Geary ........ 4 Richardson, -not out . ? ...-..' ? 5 Hack, not out ............

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TENNIS GERALDTON CLUB TOURNAMENT THE DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

TENNIS GERALDTON CLUB TOUR NAMENT THE DRAW. The following is the programme of games for to-morrow in connection with the tournament of the Geraldton Tennis Club at the Queen's Park courts: — Men's Championship Singles. J. G. Smith v ' R. Olivier; E. V. SeweU v W. V. Sewell: P. Snodfrrass v R. Turnbull; winner Sewell- and Sew-, ell v winner of Smith and Olivier; win ner Sewell v Sewell v winner Smith v Olivier v winner- Snodgrass. v Turn bull.' ( '.,-.;. Men's Double Championship. Sewell and Snodgrass v Orr and Oliv ier; Stirling and Sewell v Smith and TurnbulL Winner No. 1 v winner No. 2. ? ' : ' .' ' ,-/''? '..? ?'? ' Muted Doubles Championship. * 1 Miss EL Sewell and E. V. Sewell v Miss P. Watterson and J. G. Smith; 1 Miss Nelson and R. Olivier, v Mrs. Wallace and W. V.'I Sewell; 3 Winner No. 2 v Miss -M.. Sewell and P. Snod grass. -.,'??.? Men's Handicap Singles. 1. R. Guscott v D. J. Skipworth; 2. P. Snodgrass v R. Olivier; 3. W. V. Sewell v C. Orr; i E. V. Sewell v J. G. Smith;...

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THE CHANNEL TUNNEL A COSTLY UNDERTAKING FRENCH KEENLY INTERESTED Paris, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

THE CHANNEL TUNNEL AfCOSTLY UNDERTAKING FRENCH . KEENLY INTERESTED (Continued from Pago I.) Paris, January 2±. M, Lie Tr.oqu-ir, the former Minister for Public Works, presiding at a meet ing of the French Channel Tunnel Com mittee to-day, said that no technical dif ficulty of contraction^ existed. The French Association, -he stated, fa voured a tunnel 33 niugjs long, with i double gallery, permitting better .venti lation than a d.ouble line in a single gallery. The estimated expenditure would be 24 millions sterling and ths time of construction six years. The return journey from London -to Paris could be accomplished in a day. The law of 1875 granting a concession to the Freneh Association still existel and it only1 remained for the British Government authorities t oauthorise & company for exploiting the tunnel, to which Britons seemed decidedly, favor^ able;

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THE BOWLING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

THE BOWUNG- CARNIVAL. The Carnival started this morning, the green playing splendidly. First Round. Brede, Scott, Hannan and Liebeuow beat Todd, Poster, Tyson and Silver lock: 17—10. Chapman, Bennett, Dix au-l Gelding beat Thomas, Cumniings, Hoarc and Olney after a tic on the last head:lC — 15. Carter, Hird, Builder and Sumpton beat Green, Elliott, White and Walker: 15--12. Trigg beat Sumpton, 14 — 13. Second Round. Liebenow beat Gelding, 18 — 14. Trigg beat Wheat, 28—6. 'To-night's Play. A mixed pairs competition has been arranged for this evening, starting a* 8 o'clock. Bowlers are invited to bring their wives and lady friends.

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GERALDTON WEEK CELEBRATIONS COMMENCED HOLIDAY SPIRIT MANIFEST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

GERALD ION WEEK . ? ; ? ' » ? CELEBRATIONS COM MENCED HOLIDAY SPIRIT MANIFEST Unquestionably;, the holiday ? spirit was abroad to-day, and although Ger aldton 'Week' will not be formally inaugurated until- Monday the celebra tions are in full swing. There is a big influx of visitors, and it is stated there are already more visitors in town than . at any ' Christmas season, when accommodation is always at a premium. AU' the hotels and boarding houses are full and -though special ar rangements have been made to provide additional accommodation the supply is said to be uneqWl to the demand. A big proportion .of the visitors have come for the races, but it is anticipated they will make a week of it, and with further arrivals next week the town should be very busy. The bowling carnival is in full swing and this afternoon the races were a big attraction. ? The weather took a hot turn to-day, but this will only en hance the attraction of the out door pursuits. The beaches - should foe crow...

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THE KING RE-ASSURING BULLETIN IMPROVEMENT CONTINUES DISAPPEARANCE OF INFECTION London, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

THE KING RE-ASSURING BULLETIN IMPROVEMENT CONTINUES j DISAPPEARANCE OF INFECTION London, January 25. A bulletin issued at 11.15 a.m. stat ed: 'The improvement in his Maj esty's condition that was noted in the last bulletin continues. & bacteriolo- j gical examination shows that the right chest is now free of the infecting or- ? gtvnism, '? ' i The bulletin was signed by Sir Hugh i 4 liigby, Dr. Whitby (bacteriologist) and j ' -^Lord Dawson. ! Sir Stanley Hewett did not sign the bulletin as he was absent from the con sultation suffering from a cold. Palace circles consider that the fact that the infection has disappeared is one of the most reassuring signs yet noted. It means'1 that the King is suffering only from weakness ,and that there can no longer be any trouble due to infection. Consequently, it is hoped that his Maj esty's improvement will henceforth be steady. London, January 24. It was officially stated to-night that the King's progress is being main taiaed. „ ' ' ' ...

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GERALDTON BOWLERS. PERTH VISITORS WELCOMED FIRST CARNIVAL LAUNCHED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

GERALDTON BOWLERS PERTH VISITORS WpL- ^24 COMED \ %'^M 7XSST CAB NIVAL ——UMUblEOL^ jgrapi - . — ! — ? _ ^ ' £h The first function, in conncctioo-^* 3%^f| the Geraldton Week cefebiaJM«s^ teo^^'^B place .last night at the bowB»g ^%-v 'I^ai when,, in the presence of s JaagpSiil f^T^ tendance the first animal jc_mfed,3' ,w-^^s augurated by the Ge«»MtonjB©|^gJ^J|| Club, was officially opened. 1 ^^M* ' T^g tion to the local bowling: ;g^tfcea*|-«~ ^^g there were present: Mr O A . Jft*%*!!S&§!*/~~s*J§&i M.L.C., Mr. G. H. Olney, ptesid-^^T «^ the West Australian Bowling Jl&soefe *?$§& tion, Messrs. W. J Hampton 0S_^£^p [ ~^3& mantle), A. E. Builder (Pet— £tjpa|?r.- mg§m C. T. Davis and A. C Curiew%^|rtea 4^3§g dent and sceretarv of GeraMJbn*'Wfee^;£Ss respectively. An apology «rasTt^!a^lHSB'3^^ from the Mayor, Mr. G E. SeweL ^T^^^g L. J. Chapman, vice-preside»t «* *'$_r 'fyEM Geraldton Bowling dob peesidEd^ ^' ^^p| After the Loyal Toast had^een^O-^ W&a...

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SUPERPHOSPHATE WORKS ERECTION PROGRESSING SATISFACTORILY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

SUPERPHOSPHATE WORKS EBECTION PROGRESSING SATIS FACTORILY . . . . {Steady progress is 'being made in con nection with the erection of the super phosphate works at Bluff Point, and soon it is anticipated the buildings will begin to take shape. A large quantity of the steel requised for the construc tion has arrived, and a considerable number of men' are' ^already employed. A lafge'iamjis Vein5 ^jAfireted for the conservation s of \rain 'water, and with such a big catch*nient provided by the large area of roofing it will be pos sible to store a big quantityk The capacity of the dam will be nearly half a million gallons. . -' Mr. A. Y. Garnsworthy, of Bassen dea.ii, who is in charge of the construc tion of the works, paid a visit of in spection yesterday.

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AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

AMUSEMENTS. ? t ? ♦ — To-Night's Programme. 1. — Gazette . 2— H I Were Single — May iicAvoj- * Conrad NageL. 3. — The Dainty Delavales. 4.-1 * « Shanghai Bound' — Richard Dix. ^?Iiove and iicarn.' A comedy farce, in which Esthai Ralsfcon is called Upon to play the role of a comedienne, contains^inany ainus^ ing incidents, and is packed witii thrills. ' ? 'Wyoming.' ' ' Some of the features in ' Wyoming, -; starring Tim McCoy, a»'l screening or. Monday ere tb* gripping historical story, the pc/2onal triumph of .McCoy in a' x»?}e that suits him perfectly, the notable support given by Dorothy Seb astian and the entire cast. 'Annie Laurie.' , Annie Laurie, T-eloved by ail the world for centuries in song and story, has come to life again — on the screen. In the title role Lillian Gist makes a notable contribution to romantic draniy. This super-production screens on Tues day and Wednesday, and at Northamp ton on Saturday February 2. As the 'Scottish Joan of Arc,' as a. woman braving the a...

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AVIATION THE NEW FAIREY MONOPLANE [?] PILOT'S COMFORT London, January 2[?] [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

AVIATION the New fairey mono plane 2 PELV.-S COMFOJ'' London. January 21. - The aeronautical correspondent of th-- Ixmdon 'Times' s'»ys: — i ' * *\p first public view of the i-irey loi ^ distance monoplane s-how.s, broktlly. thick wings, a slender fuselage, anil on traasiiaHy wide track 'for stabiBi^r. The' weight with a full load of petrol alone is three tons. This plus stores, «rcvs and equipment Ls all housed cither in tli*» tvinirt; or .tho. fuselaffu. ? \rhirh in everjj- respect, meets the best safety fac tcjrsy. with the tnaximuni speed of a ma chine half its weight. - '^The^il«t is seated w«H forward a.rn\ jgive^i'- all -exceptionally good view of everythijjg. He is prpvided wijlh a .windscreen wtper^ and an anti-dazzfe : Weld 'fo^ flying towards the sun. - The tontroLs are eo designed that flying, does not become in th^ least tiring.- tBal ftmang-devices allow .the niwhine tp fly it&eif^tBL'^EaWi' weadie«^shM a ne^r in strument sounds a .hooter -if the mi ehine diver...

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PARISIAN FASHIONS BORROWED FROM AFRICAN TRIBES [?] NOTE London, January 23 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

PARISIAN FASHIONS .--'??- ; r— — *? — *♦ — '—? ? -' ' ' ! BOllRO V£D FROM AFRI CAN TRIBES - 4L B&BS^RW NOTE ' ' , ¥ '? r. ' London, January S3.' ' Tiie '*Daily \ws' correspondent in parts states that vivid colors, feathers, j wooden : ^jewellery,' tand abundant frills .and triiumings are. the- most strik- I ing features nf the forthponiln^jPirls foEB-^-bn^uer trrcaticais. - . - r . .^p^v I1-; .',If ~\ JdEeaif designers arc drawing'largely 3 on A|;rj«an--i»tiv«-t»stumes for inspira tion in consonance vith the uiodem he- p ^rowi ^Bsic iLnd ? 3a«irafig,|^ barbaric t/t'c being, chiefly struck by the 'hues, '. w-tab1y rcd^jwd green, in Uie-febnes. - - JBeal or uuuta*k)ii jesi^eryf1 ; bright coibrsv or bold designs arc indispensable, . to u 'UXlntc frocks, notably tlavA ban gles .and, anklets tl^eoratcd 'with rubies, cmrrtOiis - .aiaipphires. ! Other Models ?'int-lmlc gii^fcrricr. vaped bcads^ k» ;.«nalnut and eb6ny. I .' '' Summer lints arc mo.st!y trinunefl with feathers, some s...

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GERALDTON-BY-THE-SEA [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

GERALDT0N-6Y-THE-SEA (Tuc'-wtldir of this ?y«9rsefc Mr. Bur nett Gray,. SLL.A.J, of Victoria, .flras born in Geraldton). ? . .;-..' Come hither, gentle stranger, And ansvs:cr..iintot ,«ic. Oh! have you «een 'eur Geraldton, - Our «6raldWh|by't*e^-ea? And have you- heard the music Soft music night and day — « The crooning of the waters ? Flowing in from Champioi. Bay! Oh! H-.t« you seen our Geraldton, .When Spring with' fairy 'wanu Has touched her bushland stretches And freed her soul from bond? The glories of 'tdematis rervaMo me ocubuwub «?.?», The buds of golden wattle Burst forth in beauty rare! - [)ti!, have vou seen our Geraldton The Pearl of all the Wcsti f 3Thc sacred Jove of sunshine I'Xife'neslied in hor, breast. P-R;;iievpi',dOes tj^c^wijiter *?£ ?.,*-. -: -==? ???- Wrap round her coat of grey, But sunshine e\ er frolics On the waters of the bay. The Indian Ocean kissed 'her Long, centuries ago, And she awoke to beauty And felt Jiis wartn love glow, Still, down the long, lo...

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W.A.T.C. RACES Perth, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

W.A.T.C Kavci . P«rth, January 26. . The following are the results of the races held this afternoon :- — WINDSOR HANDICAP. For horses bred in Western A»;1rtralia and ridden by approved apprentices. Seven furlongs. . MOINETTE, 7.11 ? 1 Threse, 9.9 .'..:...* ? .2 Poletae, 7.2 ......:.... ? 3 Also «n: Crystal Stream 9.4, Petma:r 9.4, Miss Agnes 8.10, L» Vallierc 8.-y^ Mein Skolle 8.0, - Nooiugoo 8^, lady/ Perseus 8.0j Halocin 7.13, Ayegreen 7.12, Acclivity's Daughter 7.11, Se* Thistle 7.7, Merry Beggar 7Jj. Sand lion 7.1, Torridor 7.0, Sir Sassafras 6.7, Miss Acclivity €.7, Ayrbne 6.7. Betting: 10 to 1 against winner. Tote: 45/-, 31/-, 39/-. BLACKWOOD PLATE. Six furlongs. . ' AUTOBIOGRAPHY, 9.4 ... 1 Prince Emault, 6.7 ? ....2 Tione, 7.6 ? 3 Also ran: Ooluiiiban 8.11, Coette 7.12, Indian Sage 7.5, Panjay 6.12. Betting: 5 to 1 against winner. Tote: 20/-,x24v-, 27A A protest against Autobiography Was dismissed. CARNIVAL HANDICAP. For two-year-olds Five furlongs. STUXSAIB. 6.7 ? 1 Escalus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

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