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THE GERALDTON GUARDIAN & EXPRESS PUBLISHED DAILY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

THE GERAIDTON GUARDIAN & EXPRESS PUBLISHED DAILY j At 5 ~vu,(6 p.m. Saturdays). Prepaid Subscription Bates: — (Post Pree). 3 uiontli.s ? ? ; 13/- (j months ? ? 25/6 !t months ? 38/- 12 months ? 50/- Bookcd: — 14/- per quarter (post free). S:ale of Advertising Kates. Classified columns for Advertise ments v.-ill appear in the 'Geraldton * Guardian and Express' as occasion re quires. ^ Hates for Ordinary Type Set and Display Advertisements: — Casual Advertisements, 4/- per :. 25in. up to lOOin. to be used wiirin 6 months, 3/- per single column ir-Ji. 100k Lp to 250in. to be used within i-; months, 2/6 per single column ' inck. _ _ ' 250in. up to 500in. to be used within 12 months', 1/9 per single column inch. ' j 380iii. up to l,000in. to be used with' in 12 months, 1/6 per single column inch. - l.OOOin, or more to be used within 12 months, 1/3 per single column inch. Leader Page 25 per «ent extra. l x Births, up to 5 lines, minimum 2/6. Each additional line 6d. i Deaths, Marr...

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THE TURF VICTORIA DISTRICT CLUB CUP MEETING OPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

'Q:]ft?*f , ' VICTORIA DISTRICT CLUB CUP MEETING OPENS. The annual'eup noting of the' Vic toria District ^Turf | Club -^as *-pen»sd * this afternoon at »'^ts^i^*:'Tn'ere was a fair sized «rowd and'-despn:e\the heat and the . fapt. fliat it was ;somewh.u dusty, the Tracing was watched with considerable interest, there being fair fields. The following are the details: — f BOOGAEDIE HANDICAP . t Six furlongs. ?* GAS8OWABY (Whitebread) 8.0*1 Cap, (W. Hunter), _L0 '.-.. ? 2 Green willg (F. Watson) 8.0 .. 3 Other Starter: Clan Chattau 7.9. . .Won by half a length, four lengths between second and third. . Time, 1.20. Betting: 6 to 4 on Cap; 2 to 1 against CASSOWABY. Tote: 5/- and 6/-. YALLALONG .HANDICAP Seven furlongs. WONDEBFOOT (Whelan) 8.0 1 vBed Mountain (Hyde), 7.7 ? 2 Jnmerny (Ward), 7J ......... 3 Others Starters: Spartan King 7.7, Howdo 8$. Won by a : length; \bree lengths be tween second and third. Betting: 6 to 4 against WQNDER FOOT, 5 to 2 against Bed Mountain, 6 tor 1 Jumerny....

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LIGHTING MINGENEW CONCESSION GRANTED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

LIGHTING MINGENEW ? .♦ CONCESSION GRAInTJBD t At a special meeting of the Mingc ni'iv Road Board, held on Tuesday night, the board decided to grant Mr. K. M. Selwood a concession to supply electric light and power to those re quiring it, for a period of 20 years, subject to an agreement as drawn up l»y the Public Works Department, in uliii-h the following conditions are em bodied: — Street lights are to, be sup j-licd to the board of 50 candle power ;tt a fiat rate of £o per light, per an num. Ratepayers will be supplied with lights of 30 to 40 candle power at a flat rate of 2/0 per week for Hirec lights, each additional light to )*e (id.'- per week extra. Ratepayers in future will be allowed to instal :i lighting system of their own if the., desire, but they would not be allowed to supply others. In view, however, of the reasonable rate for v current ask ed by Mr. Selwood, it is hardly likely that there will be many private con-. cerns going in the near future A charge of £1 per he...

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A MOTHER'S RUSE BOY DRILLED TO BE DUMB. ATTEMPT TO SECURE COMPENSATION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

--? ? - - ~%s A MOTHER'S RUSE BOY DRILLED TO BE IHJBiiijj ? ''.?-'Vx*^ ATTEMPT TO SECURE COMPgBSfe^g| TIOM' : ,if| An astounding attempt to Jc&aafl^-?^ Ijy drilling u boy fgom infancy aMlli'.-j; lie was nearly five years old, to KMna&tt-';,, mute when s-poken to — has been, afllegwl v^ in the Supreme Court at Xcw'Todk. Wrw-^ cent! y.' When the child, Hyinann Fnco- ;;'-=£ man, was seven months old a. d£fKiit-!= ~'i mental .store uclivcrv van out or eoa~ T?3i| trol crushed its perambulator, hnrtibij -. ..:- 'ii§M the boy and his mother. . -? ^ 4- ^^SjSk Mrs. Friedman accepted £500 In. *h v ~^WSm tlement for her own hurts; ttvl s2ass- .?:.-l^a| quently the store was sued for £10,000, -^J^S damages for the boy. '. .?-?; ';; :)'^j£m Seven prominent physicians esaaftimedE^'^^^S tlie boy in a vain attfcmpt to mate ifci^j-.r-i^^ talk. The mother testified that^ as ss. -i^ result of his injuries, Hymann laevsar ;?^ ha-J spoken, and that doctors had. in- ...'-vSS formed her th...

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

NAT BARTLETT'S CO^ BURNIE I '~-^l . ? JTOE SALE— Four bonnie bin^hJ blocks in Shcnton street, -icesfc «Hta! _— _ _ For full particulart-, apply 3T^0Sm CI^Hfr* Iacher Si'**, or ring 136. ^ ^g riOlllX FUfi «ALE— A 1 ungalow fi«^d«^^i & I«L*1.*-*J ? Augustus Street Kne voatum^mfa U ' '? in perfect order Pnee £350.* 'Seal ' ? ' arranged. £$~ ~z£, ^ ^ ? ?_ ^ FQR SALE— A group of Cottages W W% d\W7n[* Y* V V tMLUJr eitaated. A first ida&gpnpcE ISI I W I ? ? I sition for the investor. Pnce^l^e^ UV f ? Jl. m*4WL4md FOR SALE.— A mc« fattic lumse onM lovely block at land, Eleanor Stuitl Price £375 cash. ' ^ ^ , ? . ^ _ _ _ _ -,_. _ _, . -. FOR SALE— The best business «te^ rTI g\ \\ f /T Ml m Geraldton; corner block U^Cathedril 1 U-nllun 1 Ayenuc'price£285°- '^ MISCELLANEOUS ~-£ : * . . :_: ? __2 ? *^g* #1 W* - Advertisemcnte under Hiis -paat^ CH are cbarged at the rate of 4d. jper fiaai per insertion, -cash \n£k ocdec \dSxi words go to the line JkGaiiimm. «3a^g£ i/-- if booked...

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GAOL PREFERRED WINDOW BREAKER ACCOMMODATED "I AM BROKE" Carnarvon, January 24 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

GAOL PREFERRED WiMpoW BREAK-* AC COMMODATED ' 'I AJg BROKE' .*? Carnarvon' January. '£\ .Jju the Police* Court before Mr. Hor gan, BJkL, Horace- Albert Bcbey --*!?*.' a recent arrival from Darwin, was eharg ed ' w^th malicious damage to- the two front windows of the newly 'erected Bank of New South Wales, in Bbbia spn-street, by throwing stones Uwadgh. djem. The accused; 'Who assumed ajb; fmttt: attituderin court, pleadei| guilty and said that he did not want .^ liste^ to any^iing the Magistrate %ai£ to say, he was guilty, and that was all them was to it. . ., j . . ' . * ? 3jL imjtnfanft?.1%i*-ima7Kimjrm penalty bf two nionths imprisonment, the Magis trate ordered Bobey to pay £15 .damages in default another month, cumulative ---n the other two. The aejEu^ed1 after doing the damage, lox-ked for the constable ' on 'hia beat and told him. of.it, saying', 'I. am brofcc' and am not going to carry my swag out if this town. I'U try a bit of gaoL-|

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GERALDTON WEEK THE PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

GERALDTON WEEK ? ♦ THE PBOGBAMME The programme for Geraldton Week which will bo iu full swing next wee!'... i.-. a? follows: — Sunday, January 27 (unofficial) — Morning and Afternoon. — Beach At tractions; Uowiug, Yachting and Swim ming Races. Afternoon.— Beach Attractions: Row ing, Yachtiug and Swimming races. Evening — Open-air Concert on thjj Esplanade. Monday, January 28 (Official Opening Bay)— Morniug. — ContLnuation of Bowling Tournament; Opening of Open Tennis Tournament, including Victoria District Oluiuip kinships; rowing regatta; yacht ing races; swimming carnival;* child ren's beach sports. The Major will declare 'Ween' open at Tennis Tour nament and Swimming Carnival. Afternoon. — Second da/ of Victoria District Turf Club 's Annual Cup meet ing- Evening. — In the Town Hall, 'The Chimney Corner,' a domestic drama iu two acts, preceded by a musical med 'V- Tuesday, January i£9 — ! Moruing and - Aftcrno.on. — Bcacli Sports for Children; Continuation of . Tournaments; Free P...

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

[ HUMAN ASSETS AND LIABILITIES !' A GOOD CITIZEN takes an interest in his town, and seeks op it portunities to serve it, event at the cost of a little time and money. -i Above all he buys all his requirements in his own town. Usually he -i is tb- kind of man one likes to meet. HE IS AN ASSET. A mere ]i resident takes no interest in his town beyond getting his living from ]i it. He accepts service and business from his townsmen, but gives I1 little or nothing in return. He will suffer the winter cold waiting a ' {' visit to Perth hoping to get an overcoat a little cheaper than in Ger ([ aldton. HE IS A TOWN LIABILITY. | -! Bxnr us yotjb own town I ADVANCE GERALDTON AND THE NORTH i i (PHONE 253 Day and Night) (BOX 75) TERRIFIC TIMBER EXPLOSION ? j^T ______ _ R. JOSEPH'S FURNITURE ARCADE. GERALDTON Has now started a TIMBER YARD* and can supply JARRAH, OREGON, SHELVING, DOORS, WINDOWS, FLOORING BOARDS. Special Prices for Truck Lots. Bolts, Nails, Hinges, Wire Netting, Piping and Fitting...

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ABBOT KNOCKS OUT STEPHONS A SHORT CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

ABBOT KNOCKS OUT STEPHONS A SHORT CONTEST. A poor crowd. witnessed the fight, ia the Cathedral Hall latt; night between Geo. Abbott, ex-welter, weight champion of the Victoria District, and Matt Stephens. The bout was billed for 15 two-minute rounds, but only lasted two Abbott cojnpletclv outclassed his oppon ent and. knocked .him out, Stepho'ns bs ing sent to the floor four times. -Mr. Ted McGnirmess acted as referee, while the timekeepers were Messrs Webb and Coffey,, .The promoter was Mr. H. 'R6s-r, ser.. : . ??' r Very little boxing, was done in the nrst round; the - men contenting them Selves', with gauging each other's tas ties. Abbott opened the proceedings with a right to the face, and then cov ered when St«phons .replied with a left Abbott got in a few light punches, and sueeeeded in evading the return blows. Prior to the tound of the gong Steph ens missed with a right. ' Abbott opened with '.a rush: in the second round, and sent in several heaw rights to the body and one t...

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A HOT DAY RECORD FOR THIS SUMMER 108.6 DEGREES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

A HOT DAY RECORD FOR THIS SUM MER 108.6 DEGRESS. Karly this morning there wore abun dant indications of an extremely hot day, an oast wind intensifying the heat. These expectations were realised, anJ (li-! maximum temperature registered \v:is 10S.fi, the lushest point reached tliis summer. The- forecast issued to -j;iy road as follows: — Fine and warm to hot throughout, with south -i-ast to north-east winds. Ocean forecast: Strong south-east to ? east winds off south-west coasts and across the Bight.

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CRIMES OF PASSION FAITHLESS HUSBAND SHOT DIED FOR KISSES OF OTHERS Paris, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

CRIMES OF PASSION FAITHLESS HUSBAND SHOT | / ? DIED FOB KISSES OF OTHERS Paris, January '25. A lurid light on the psychology of crimes of pasaion in France has been j thrown by the trial of Ma'dame Godin ' in the Assize Court at the Eiom for the murder of her husband. Madame Godin was divorced before she married her second husband, and was the mother of two-grown-up girls. *-he used her money to buy her second hus band a notary's business at Clermont Ferrand. As a notary, however, her . husband was lazy and was addicted to the company of. women. Continual quarrels followed- and eventually the angered wife pulled a loaded revolver from her stocking, and holding her hus band by the right hand, shot him with the left in the presence of the daugh ters, who did not intervene. When her husband fell his wife said: 'Y.ou poor devil, I should like to kiss you, but I cannot. You are dying for the kisses of others.' ^Inrtampi Godin, who is tall, and dis tinguished, answered the Judge's ques ti...

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SALVATION ARMY LITIGATION PROCEEDINGS THE JUDGE'S HINT London, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

SALVATION ARMY LITIGATION PROCEEDINGS ' THE JUDGE'S HTNT London. January 25. The adjourned motion to make abso lute the injunction granted to restrain the High Couincil of the Salvation Army fiom acting on its resolution to depose General Bramwell Booth from the supreme leadership again came be fore Mr. Justice Eve in the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice to-day. The application for the injunction was made by counsel for General Booth on the grounds that the Salvation Army deed poll of 1904, under which the High Council a«ted, was ultra vires, i and also that the deed poll had not been complied with, as General Booth had neither been present, or legally re presented, and had not been informeu of the grounds for his deposition. The. Court to-day-was crowded and the 63 members of the High Council oc cupied reserved seats behind counsel. Commissioner Evangelinc Booth was the only notable absentee. The motion was adjourned to Tuesday, to enable the defendant to file a reply...

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THEATRE AUDIENCES ANGLO-AMERICAN COMPARISONS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

THEATRE AUDIENCES ANGLO-AMERICAN COMPARISONS The theatregoer who sees good shows and bad shows the.year round must ex-   perience an interesting thrill when he attends a production which warms the heart and senses of an audience. But   the joy of the actor or actress who feels   the fast-beating pulse of the people sit-   ting in the darkness of stalls, dress cir-   cle and gallery must be even greater in such a case. The player or singer has   gambled through rehearsal on the effect   of this line or that, this essay on humour or that effort at pantomime. Until     the night of production comes along he     is kept guessing, however. Subcon-   sciously he listens for a laugh or a sigh,   applause or that cold silence which is       more terrifying in its ambiguity than &amp...

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THE CHANNEL TUNNEL THE BRITISH ATTITUDE prime MINISTER'S STATEMENT London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 26 January 1929

THE CHANEL TUNNEL         THE BRITISH ATTITUDE PRIME MINISTER'S STATEMENT London, January 24. The Prime Minister( Mr. Stanley Baldwin), speaking at the opening of Parliament, madc a statement regarding the Channel tunnel project. He said in view of the widespread public inter- est in the project the Government had come to the conclusion that the time was ripe for a comprehensive re-exam- ination of the question. They were an- xious that a very thorough examination   should be made of the economic aspects of the matter, with a view that these might be - --ghed(?) with the Imperial defence considerations, and a decision reached on the broad grounds of na- tional policy.   In view of the time required to carry the project through all its stages to the completion of the tunnel, the Govern- ment was convinced it would be in the public interest if it were possible to   deal with the question outside...

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD VICTORIA'S EXCELLENT RECOVERY. Sydney, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

SHEFFIELD SHIELD VICTORIA'S EXCELLENT RE COVERY. Sydney, January 29. The Slricfficld Shield match between N.S.W. and Victoria was continued yes terday and to-day. Details: — NEW SOUTH WALES First Innings, 6 wickets for . — 713 VICTOBIA First Innings. Onyons, stpd Davidson, b Bettington 61 T. Austen, b Hooker ? 19 Scaife, c Singleton, b Bettington . . 42 Darling, c Davidson, b Hooker ... 37 Beddrop, b Hooker ? 33 Landsdown, b Bettington ? 4 Bird, c and b Nicholls ? 22 Ebeling, b Hooker ? 4 Gamble, b Hooker ? 0 Ironmonger c and b Hooker ? 0 Ellis, not out ? , ? 19 Sundries ? 24 Total ? :. 265 Bowling: Hooker took 6 wickets for 42, including the hat trick. Second Innings. Onyons, c Singleton, b Hooker . . 131 Austin, b Hooker ? 5 Scaife, run out .*. ? SI Darling, not out ? 83 Ebeling, not out ? 0 Sundries ? 32 Total 3 wickets for ? 342

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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET ENGLISH XI, HOBBS' FIRST CENTURY Adelaide. January 2 [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET ENGLISH Xi, HOBBS' FIRST CEKTTiTEY Adelaide. January 28 The match between England and South Australia wa,s continued on the Adelaide pval to-day. South Australia maffe 178 in answer to England 's total i of 392, and although the follow on ] could have been forced visitors elected to bat again. Hone used his feet well ' and batted confidently against White, being not out for 27, the second high est score for his side. '- ? Chapman's reason for batting again was probably to save his men from taking the field and. further to provide the batsmen with more practice Scott dismissed Sutcliffe and Tyldesley in successive overs, but thereafter Hobbs and Jardine gave a display of correct batting. Hobbs exceeded his previous highest score for the tour — 75 made in the first innings of the present match — and also scored his first century on this visit. Jardine was sure and went for hitting after passing his century. The closing stages were not taken seriously for all of t...

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TENNIS GERALDTON TOURNAMENT RESULTS OF GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

TENNIS SERALDTON TOURNAMENT EESULTS OF GAMES. The tournament organised by tlic Geraldton Tennis €lub in connection with* Geraldton Week celebrations has created keen interest, and the courts at Queens' Park were well occupied during the week-end and again yester day, when the tournament was form ally opened by the Mayor. The fol lowing are the results to date: — Men's Championship Singles. Morrell beat A. Rochester, 6-3, 1-6,. 6-3; K. Jones beat D. J. Skipworth, 6-3, «-l; J. G. Smith beat R. Olivier, 6-2, 2-6, 7-5; 8. Turnbull beat P. Snod grass, 6-3, 6-1; Jac&on beat E. Sim kin, 6-4, 6-3; Jones beat MorrelL 6-2, 6-1; W. V. Sewell forfeited to E. V. Sewell. Men's Handicap Singles. V. Jackson forfeited to C. Simkin; C. Jackson beat B. Kelly, 6-0, .6-1; E. Simkin beat K. Jones, 6-5, 6-5; Olivier beat Snodgrass, 6-3, 6-5; E. V. Sew ell beat J. G. Smith, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2; B. Guscott forfeited to D. J. Skipworth; A. Boekester beat S. Morrell, 6-2, 6-3; Olivier beat Everett, 6-1, 6-1...

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GERALDTON'S RECTOR WARMLY WELCOMED BY SPORTING CROWD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

GERALDTON'S RECTOR WARMLY WELCOMED BY SPORTING CROWD There was an interesting incident at the fight at the Town Hall on Saturday night. One of the mo-.t interested spectators was the Rev. K. Halley, the newly-appo»ted Hector of Geraldton. Mr. Halley is keenly interest ^ healthy sports, and recreations, and when working in the London slums had experience of the value of boxing as an attraction for young fellows. He is reputed to have a very good-working knowledge of the rules x-f the art, am as at one time there appeared to be. a difficulty in -selecting a referee suitable to both parties he was invited to be the third man in the ring., Mr. Halley, how ever, decided that he would be better in the role of spectator, but he .obtain ed permission to* enter the ring ana 'say a few words. . ? ' . ^?Io a few sentences he explained that he took that opportunity of making himself known to them. There were - many who did not know him. He was the Anglican clergyman, who had just come to , Gcra...

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THE KING'S ILLNESS SLOW PROGRESS MAINTAINED ABLE TO SIT UP. London, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

THE KING'S ILLNESS ? -«- ? SLOW PROGRESS MAIN TAINED ABLE TO SIT UP. London, January 27. It was officially stated to-night that His Majesty the King's progress is maintained. Last night's bulletin, signed by Lord Dawson, stated: 'The King con tinues to make slow progress.' For the first time since the King's i.llness only one doctor signed the bulletin. Lord Dawson remained with the King less than half an hour and the faet that it was not considered necessary to call in other advisers u regarded as anether sign that the King's progress is now established on a firm basis. The 'Weekly fiespatch' says thai \th£Ki»g is nojv^t}l-^o 'sit up for ?bri& t'erikar -4 $xN r #*% Xo ^bulletin was issued to-day. '??»

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NAVAL CONSTRUCTION ITALY ENTERS THE LIST MUST PROTECT HER OWN INTERESTS. London, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian and Express — 29 January 1929

NAVAL CONSTRUCTION ?^ ? ITALY ENTERS THE LIST i ? j .MUST PROTECT HER OWN IN TERESTS, j London, January 27. The 'Times' correspondent in Some quotes the 'Popolo d 'Italia' as saying that disarmament talk is mer ely lies. The Italian newspaper seeks to iustifv Italv's new programme of warship construction. England and America are engaged in a naval race, it says, and France is arming to th« teeth; she even arms negroes. Italy now comes into the lists because she cannot do otherwise. Other newspapers emphasise the fact that Mussolini lias laid down Italy's policy. She was ready to accept the lowest limit of total tonnage provided that no continental power possessed more, but she cannot ignore what others axe doing. Nations professing the most paeific intentions, the report states, are making the greatest pre parations for war. i

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