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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

iff'-. - ' ? ' ' - Job Printing Of Every 'j 0-eseri|Dtion AliGYtE-STtfEET, PICTON, For Best Value in 'Drapery, Prints. Muslins, Tailor-made Suits, Shirts, Ties, Felt and Panama Hats, Boots aiid Shoes, Etc. PERCY H. ifcQFE, 7 Family Butcher^ 1 * Is etil! selling the Primest of Beef and 1 Mutton at bedrock prices. He sells none but the -Very Best. Give hi n a ,' _' tiial, and you will never regret it, nor j desire to leave him, because his shop is always kept in apple-pie order. ' T' ? v ???? .-^- ? .,:,,-.-.?;? .; : { —* ? — ? ' — r~~ — . ? ~ — ? — ^ ? '? ? : ? : ? — ? s1 ? i Marcus Clark & Co., , LIMITED. SUMMER SUITINGS We are making a Special Show in New Season's Suitings ~ in TWFEDS, WORSTEDS, MERGES, Etc They incm 1« the choicest products of English and Colonial millsv Tlie materials ar» in all the iashionable designs, the patterns are eKolusive, »!1 the texture light and durable withal. The othei essentials to .1 first class suit, viz,., good cut and stylish finish, are...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NIGHT SURPRISE. SIBERIAN EXILES ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE. DESPERATE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

NIGHT SURPRISE. SIBERIAN EXILES ATTEMPT TO KSCAPB. DESPERATE FIGHT. From St. Petersburg, on 2nd Novem ber, the correspondent of the 'Dally News' wrote:— The chief of the gendarmerie of the Tobolsk Government has sent, to the central authorities a full report of the desperate attempt at escape made early In October J-y a convoy gl prisoners who had been halted In the villaee of Kutar bltka. ? The, convoy numbered -33 pris- : oners, of whom four were ' politicals. They were being marched from Turned to Tobolsk, the escort consisting of eighteen soldiers commanded by a non commissioned officer. The prisoners were Put Into two rooms at the village prison house, the escort occupying two other apartments, with one sentinel in the corridor, and an other outside the building, which is sur rounded by a nigh wooden wall. At ten o'clock all was quiet in tbe prison. Some of the soldiers were drinking tea, while the others had already . settled down for the night. A few remarks were exchanged be...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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THE SHEPHERD'S LASS. A BEST HIGHLAND ROMANCE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

^ 1^1 SHEPHERD'S LASS. A TEST HIGHLAND ROMANCE:: ? '?? -?:.? CHAPTER I. . ? A Husky haze bung over the loch, but the moon , was rising, and it * would soon be gone. The silent j calm of the August night was un- 1 broken by even the stirring of a leaf. | ' Far across the loch the lights i glimmered from the windows of a stately castle, a curious island stronghold built by some Stuart of the remote past, and on the nearer shore a single beam of radiance fell nuiww uw iocn irom ure wiuuuw j of a shepherd's cottage half-buried In a tangle of shrubs and -bramble canes. - - ' Within the cottage Erne Angus, the Bhepherd's lass, sat sewing. It was fine needlework for a cottar girl, but Effle was strangely unlike the other girls of her class. . She had been four years in service before she was . called back to Loch Lara by the death of her mother, and in these four years she had picked up the manners and much of the knowledge that is supposed to belong exclusive ly to the class whom she serv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

I' ' r T«BRlBt,EjB'Alfi. . It's a terrible fate Jo snSer fiom I serious hug tiouble. Wunl itoff with Dr. Sheldon's New Disco veiy. Obtain-, able from W. J. H. Vickery, nhemist, I'icton.— (Advt.) Mr. J. Wonsou's itiiidei- lias been accepted for repairs to (he* Wilton public school. A. low level structure at an etjli inated cost of £1600 is to be '-reeled over, the Natlai River at Burragoj-ang. At a ini'eiing'uf the Camden A.H. and I. Society held on Tui'sday, the 14ih. insiant, it was unaininously de cided on the motion of ilr. G..M. il OnsNnv 'That thesho w be aban-loned for 191)8, 'owing to itwisuus well U'iiowu to us all.' The following nominations Tiave been received for the position. -?f Counciilors to the Wollondilly Shire: --Riding A.— A, L' Bennett,, Jah if ^portj^, M .-.. JDevitt? eeniv^oyd =W«!]atu8?ySSding B#^T * Bawleit, A; A. D. Sjrrabatn, J. -p. Mooio, L., Nicolsoii. Riding C- J. R. Quilt.y, G.Jtf. M. Onslow, J. Simpson. j _Mr. W. J. Fuller, J.P., storekeeper, I Rendels...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

W^^3^0^MS^{'PMmE^. j -1w sood^toinACiJ IScjis «v*ry psirt of , j_ the'iibay in {yerfect'cbnditipn, Audi dis veaie cannot bueat iu. Dr. Sh'eldoii's I Digestive Tabules are a natural rem jiedy for'all disorders and wenknessns ' I- of the stomach. Tliey possoss exactly : | the same properties us the igHStric juicRR ajid other f1ig;eslive flnids of the of the gtumacli. They ncttially do -lie dige-live \vi)i'ic of llu'slouiiiclvindVii a,DIe Iliat 0!-giiu to u-at, iec'puriii-!,and j j hpcome sonnrt ni-.d healthy. Tliey-nrt. j.iu a mild, natural maurie'r, hiiU utilise ! -no disturbance in (hedigi-sliveorguus. j They prevent Huy fermentation of the | food, winch causes fioiir stomach. Dr. j Sheldon's Digestive Tabnles .iustil j health into every purt- of the ' human body. They compel perfect digestiou of -fop Jaud perfect assimilation of the food nutriment.,. Every orgau of the body iB -kept' in; repair, : and good health. necessarily respite. At the same time' the stomach, being relieved o...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. HOT WEATHER DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

LADIES' COLUMH. HOMELY FAKE. HOT WEATHER DISHES. Mayonnaised Eggs— Required : Eggs (one for each person), mayonnaise sauce (or Florence cream), chopped capers. Boll the egg for at least ten minutes, then puftthem into cold water — which, by the way, sWould be changed two or three times during the cooling process, If the dish Is needed in a great hurry. When cold, shell and cut ft tiny piece off the end of each egg, so that it will stand upright on a dish. Pour the mayonnaise sauce— which should be rather thick — over, and then sprinkle on the- chopped capers. Garnish' with pars ley, and serve with thin slices of brown bread and butter. Curried Toast— Required : One hard bolled egg, six strips of bread, either toasted and buttered, or fried in but ter, curry powder, piece of butter half as big as a hen's egg. Hard boil the egg, take out the yolk, and maan it up with the butter, salt to taste, and enough curry powder to well flavor. Spread the mixture on the toasted or fried bread, br...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Gun Found After 50 Years [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

Gun Found After 50 Years* A in iti named Thomas Shaw, who was iu tho employ of the Messrs O Donnoll, on the Five lel-inds Es tate, about fiftj ^cal?, igo (according to the oldest residents), was out duck shooting on what is known as O'D -n mil *.*1j iji )on in i punt in whii.li In II 1 1 »lJ *T*f I CUT I .it 1 1* n-£i Cfj-ltli ^ A spujll Cdrnt up dn 1 tlif pqnl cat &i7ed, Shaw being drowned.' ? He was wearing hejvy bi-A boots at the time, and became cntangUd in the weeds. His body was recovered several days after, but the gun, which was a mng'z'le-'loi'ider, remained iii . the lagoon until a few days ago, when il was discovered in the midtlle lying on the stouts, vvheie until theprefceit true, tiwiiig to tb-? prolongml dry w ith then hdR ihvayb been i f, ( it 1 nbofwitii Both gun ind I I )ll l I Well -piLolU J, till, hi I n' ^ef rmoi b niw of -'3ur^° iMiim l intA lue gun lb now on \ . jl i ii its) Ju -- Mrs frank 'J^Hin-! iiu Jslai)Hf.~:j-Soutli Coist Tnnrs

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

useful Hum. Nickel is always difficult to dean when once It has been allowedto become rusty. When this is the case, the rust marks should be covered with grease, and left for a few days. This should be removed with a rag dipped in ammonia. Both, rust and grease will be easily rubbed off together. ; ;?' . ; , ' ? Not every housewife knows that a large bowl of water placed in a room overnight will absorb all the smell of tobacco from the evening's pipes and dgars, and. prevent that stale emell in the morning which Is 60 difficult to get rid ot At the same time, all ends of dgars and tobacco ash should be cleared away before dosing the room for the night Linseed oil, to which a few drops of turpentine have been added. Is highly recommended by experts as an effectual polish for old furniture, especially black walnut and oak. A good method of rid ding the crevices In deep carving of dust Is that of dipping a soft rag In paraffin and working this into the Intricacies of the design, the li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

I ' Tuattired feelmg-Vwiidlaiwaysflausea by the Weather, as somapeopljoVouiaiiave you believe. The fault Ifesjn some derange mentof yourdigestivo organ's, yourstomach is out of order,- or j-oiir Jiver lias become I sluggish, 6nd rcfuBos to jperfortn its functions All you need is adosofc twb of 'Chbmhor' Uhi'b ITablets and that feeling^jf weirinoss 'inll disappear; ? For sale by-3. H. Pibkard Picton, Tlu'rlttiere and The Oaks. ^-(Atfvt.) I'qruaps our readers ha\ o not oouwiiered uie advantages tiicj maj denvo b\ joining the ? Piotoh School of Arts, an up to dito institution. There is the reading room well stocked with papers and magazine^ Also, the ibrart of jibout 3000 \olumes, added to regular] j ex cry quarter Monibci-, can suggest any work thej vronltl like to have Added to tlio library Members nlso have the advantage of a good billiard room ' Tiie fee charged js the lowest in tho State, I being only 3s per quarter,- or lees' than- 3d 1 por nook. Ladies are charged 23 Rosi ' dent...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

WIT AND HUMOR.1 Oeralfl: Weren't w«. engaged last year? G«rajdioe: I presume to, if you were ben wbeu I was. BlgfB:I wonder what makes my ere: bo weak? Dlees : I dont know, unless lt'c because they are In a weak place. . Brisgs: My wife had a birthday yesterday, and we took a day off. Grtggs: When mine's haa a birthday ebe takes a year off 'The way of the transgressor Is hard,' quoted the Wise Guy. 'It ought to be,' added the Simple Mug: 'It Is surely tra velled enough.' 'And did you inherit everything tram your uncle?' 'Oh, no. I think I got my dis inclination to -work from my grandfather oo my mother's side.' Schoolmaster: Johnny, you may stye me * a definition ot hypocrisy. Johnny: If« when ' . *3 a boy says ae likes solo- to school better'n S baseball. . ? 1 Clara: You may not believe It, but I said 'No' to eeven different men daring the past winter. Maude: Oh, I don't doubt It- What ware tiey selling? Corcoran: Any Improvement In the wife, ^ Simeon T SlmBon: She's gettin' on On...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

A bad taste in the month always arises ; from a disordered stomach, aud raav be ! coiTeetcd by taking a dose of Cliamberfaiu'a Talilcts. _ They oleanse aud invigorate the stoniiMih,' improve the digestion, and give! one a relish for food. For sale by C. H. Piokard, Picton, Tliirlmore nnd The Oaks! — (Advt.) After Unstor next tin* Catholic: Church will regard ail marriages of j Catholics in Protestant chnrchs or \ registry office nnf u.iiy us riini'tti an«l ; siicriligoous, but null ami voidr ? { The weather (hiring tho past wi'.ek ! has been extremely hoi. . TJj« thor mometerat the local posi, Office regis-* terod 10G degrees in the sUa-tl^ on Friday last. Whilst a constable, was looking alter a Chinese who was suspected of gold stealing at Bwurlig:), he w.is tho recipient- of 'a temptiuq proposal from the Oelustial. ' Mr: Hiueceipaii ,* said 'the Chinam.hui, 'ywi ?-.-?- jlyiiiue feller,. aiiS if yon.'j«t Hifc.fgo a)onK bin) my cousiii: iini gi.ve'wuily'-iii' ?KJissiuae.box ' Suitin...

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THE KAISER AT GUILDHALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

THE KAISER AT GUTLDHAIA. The Guildhall (says the London 'Daily 4 |rf Telegraph™ in reference to the Kaiser's ? !. ?';'?: visit); knew Its most powerful days . v-: when It was the great meeting-plaoe 'for-. . : ;';3 the patriotism of the City In.the wonder- /'.;t tul .conflict when Chatham and Frede- ? ??; t;v rick fought together, and Condon, ;i':'-sl ?whatever others might do, upheld them .;:.;..' both to the end The British Empire , ' i\.M and Prussian greatness were fonnded ..: \v together In that straggle.. Tfaongh -to-. ' j: -i' :\jj| day's ceremony will prove ..that the Kai- V ?'*& Ber*s subjects cannot surpass Ib In the desire for peace, they have., far '-out-. - stripped us In the parallel causes for . .-. which the two races fought together. in' '. the great times of Alderman Beckford. ;: In the achievements and In the spirit of ?:? - Imperial unity, the German. people are . ?';' ' a shining and nnattalned example to na ?-. ?. - ::' BtlU.- ? ' ' ' ? . ? ? '' '. --:i...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

Cricket. J hi lolloping plijeis npselr-cfed l- n.|)iii3(iil 1'icton \ Gunjdh at Picton on A mm eft) ii) Daj — H Buigess, II. & J. McInnesi'H.-Pavr.y, S. Waiters, A. S. Perks, 'P. Sheil, S. Moriarly, J. Hilder, B. Baxter, A. Gillard, J. Strange (12): A match will be played at Thirlinero \ on Sn.tniday next between Picton and , Tliirlmere. Players chosen will be j imtifiod by tho secretary'. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

/you Y & SQUANDER f | MONEY | K in buying substitutes or A ^{ imitations which may be vfr \l thrust upon you in an w :' unguarded moment by ;j; *f dishonest tradesmen. Jji | FOR I :;;:; J{; example. ?;|; o( YouniighL save a few jk 'W pence in the deal, but .-^ Hi y°u *^°hM *ose ?*;'ie! entire': jl i . W benefit which would j f V ; ^fbUb^j, the -useof a botjleji 1 UNLESS' | I YOU CAN « y/ obtain the real article you ift \{/ want it would be wiser to W VJjF save your money and not 4ft ^f take any at all. 4?} Dentistry. A H. O00DMAN, 84 Hunter-street. late of 197 Livubpooi.-st., SYDNEY, will visit PICTON every second SATURDAY, at MRS. J. REEVES' Priory Cottage, Picton. Next Visit, Saturday, January 25. 10 a.m. till 2.30 p.m. AUCTION SALE Evf fy ^Wednesdays H^^ll^'clbfi^. arid ' at Grafiam's Yards Picton. Produce, Stock, Land and General Auc tioneer. If ybti wish to realize ??'?1.) BEST MARKET VALUES for -?'?? Butchers' Produce, Pigs, Calves, etc. ...Hill, Clark & Co, ! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

'-?? ' ??'^^????^ ?:?????**?'' ;v::; ;'; ^ ':#SP3S^ ? . ^l'ublislied:\Every' Wednesda^^,vuJl'7^S -ubsenf/tiou (in advanee) 2s. j-er -. quarter, deli'venjd- or posted ; ;^ ? free «i charge. ' : *': ' .. '^ . JCXxA V' \3JL wJLioOXiJ.T5AJLt»w* ?. ? , : Casual aiivi»vliseme»Us 3s. first iuch, ls,Gu,ibr wcry additional Job Priwtiug at City Kates. ANOTHER REVOLUTION 1 ATCHERLEY & DAWSON'S CELEBRATED GLOBE JEAS FOR HALF PRICE. No mor» Twltvollers I Mvt Ca«hl Bert Vafu*1 QLOBE TEAS wei« CHEAP »tth«rold price. -oomptrtd witfc tOktn), Imt nvwtt«r ?» vf . ?_. «ld«tliedr-H*pncei«orei«4onljr- ' ^ ^ OLOBE '«»i «omiwi» »*? Terypiekof «to Tt« imprtoa, t*l«t«d bf oompctMl MB i .'- ;;.-g| '^ wto^^^aiMBTitoth.wotlc,wdw£nl»ndthdrbu»in^. - v. : p ALOaie TEAS arc brajrbt for cash aad cold lor «uh, which ji the beat bisjt.iM Mf -V': ^^^ ^t^^,Md JwX!»tl«T»l™Ui«bobt«n^l.whm-^tMtUc«n«^f*i. Sj OUMB T4M» h»Te«ba»lutely*O eqiul, «ilh«r in qn»litjv ariMtion, orpriw. - ^. ^ On receipt ot order with remftt...

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Local Directory. PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

Local Directory. PICTOX. Mckicipai. Council. — Mayor, \-. NicolBOii ; Aldermen. A. Gralam, J. W. McQfiiggiu, J.I-'., G. Seli, R. H. Autill, J.I'., H. 0. Evans, H. B. Barr, J. Gouuellau, Jind Jolm Bell. Council Clerk -Mr. H. B. Potter. Inspector of ^Nuisances. — Mr. J. Bell. Police Court. — Sits uvery Thursday, Small Debts Court, every Thursday after 4th Wednesday.

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Postal. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

Postal. Maibi 'close for Sydney at 2.15 p.nv ; ? and «t §:30 p.m. for Sydney, Graiiville Campbell town, Duuglns. Park, llen angle, Glen Hill, The Oaks, Nattoi Eiver, Upper Burwgoruug timl Ter randerie. : ': Bargo inail closes at 11.46 a Iu. ,vV- .The p^nny postage area' eiabnices ; : '.^iliie jollowing townfi:r-^Appin,'Briiu; ^*' gelly, Browhiow-HiJV Cajnfl|bi..J3©ijr i& ^it^,,I)o)c^la8 Piu^f, Ecl.ftfilef, JSJen^-. t -3k* fieia,?Greenda?e, Hcdds wVrfliyi flo»&n y engle, Minto, Mt Hunter, Mtlgoa, -' i^iaTellavi, Jhe Oaks, Picton, Prostons, .'??' ' .^Sfiipbe1ltb^vii,~Cala'raoU ' Hossmore, and Maldon. Outfiide those distances '^lie postage is'2d per half ounce.

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The Bowral Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

The Bowral Water Supply. The laying of the pipes from tbe reservoir in Gladstone road tu ihe town having beeu completed, the pipes were flushed as far as the Bong Bong Merrigniig streuts cornel1 on Saturday afternoon, and a test was made of the pressure of the now supply. The liist took place ;;t thu Town Hall, lind wns- carried out by the fire lnigade ^unaer Uiiptain iin^'elj, in t lie pies LMice of tin- .Mayor and iilileiniuu and a l:n'ge nnniber nf losidonts. 'At ih^1 stop cock at the corner of Me'rrigaug and -liundooley streets ,a hose- was attached aud run along to the Town Hull. Tin: nozzle, was attached mid the waliir turned on, and ^'l soon lio^an to ])l»y on tin; walls of t!ie building, f quickly rising Siigiiui- and .higher, till it played- right over tlic building and sevor.nl feet, higher thini the toi- of the flagstaff. Still the water was not turned ou full pressuro, as with such h lenglh of hose, necessitating four con nections, Captain Hnggrelt Hid'noTfeel too sure o...

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Police Court SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. Before Messrs. R. H. Antill. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

Pol&i ^Coiiirt^ SATUftUAY, . JANUARY 18.' ; i Before -Ic,srs. B. H. Antiil.JP., William Pitzgciiild pleaded guilty to dmiikennpKs and was tincil'iS] 'or 14: dnys. Ifo also pls-idod guilty; to si charge of resisting Constable Walsh in theexeciitiou of his duly. . .. Constable Walsh stated that accused resisted very violently and he had'to call ou a civilian to assist him. On u»'. ...gill. |j,i^i,uun rtkA/UQC\i kaiuv up to him aiid wanted to have a go at him then. Accused appeared to be. very drunk. : ? The Bunch statoiJ that ouly for the drunkeu stnfe neensed wjs iu at the time of his jvrresl.lii' wunUl bt: sever,-! y I dealt \vilh. 11 anyone cami? before, him, for assail It in'tr the. police, ^U6 would bo severely dealt with, as it was becoming veiy prevalent, Eined vi or 14 days. . ' Accused, jvho.has -}i utimbw: of aliases, is a, well knbwii ci'iminai; hay-' ing served sentences from 1 month to 7 years. .

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 22 January 1908

Correspondence, ' The; following letter from tlio Pub lic Worlcs Di'pnM nienri hap been |Eoiv warded to us i-y tho Hoii. Wl MdGiijrt for publication : — ' .'_?''' .^ * ''s , .; ? ' ; ', Sin,— With reftrence to Tprevious correspondence and 1o -your personal .fepresentatiojis i-especling the :pro-^ ?posed bridge over NaTTST River at Burragoraiig, I have lliu honor to in form you tint the Minister, has now appi-oved of the Wollitiidilly Shin! Council being authorised to erect n low. level structure at an estimated cost, of £»,6Q0 from funds to be pro vided by the Departmcut, aud in accordnuce with this decision the Shire Couucil has been wmmunicated with and requested to adviso the- Dc-' partmeutj as to whether tlicy are pre pared to iindca-take the work, ... I have, etc., W.J. Uanna. Hon. W. McUourt, E-q., MfP.

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