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COUNCILS. CITY OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

COUNCILS. CITY, OF COLLINGWOOD. WEDNESDAY, MAX 17, 1876. There were present at the meeting of the above Council-The Mayor (Cr. Morgan), in the chair, Crs. Peters, Dehnert, Wright, Walker, Holland, and Upton. CORRESPONDENCE. 'Mr. Benson, secretary of the Metro= politan Permanent Building Investment So ciety, asked that the rubbish lilaced on land belonging to the society, might be removed. Received. It was mentioned that the rub bish was being carted away. A letter from the Central Board of Health asked the local board to forward an account of two cases, in which the Collingwood Board of Health summoned parties for doe fective cesspools, but lost them by it being shown that Section 20 'of the Act, No. 624 was not extended to Collingwood. The Central Board desired this information, so that the Section of the Act in question might be extended to Collingwood. A reply had been sent previously stating that no cases had occurred in Collingwood since the passing of the Act. The letter was r...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

WYEEKLY 1SIJSTRA CTP O JIIZIT'IIS AND DEATHS. AsIJTJ1AOT of births and deaths registered in the metropolitan and suburban districts during the week ending April 20, 1870. District. Births. Doaths. Brighton... ... ... 2 4 Brunswick ... .., 4 1 Carlton ... ... ... 30 13 Collingwood ... ... 20 16* Fitzroy (North) ... ... 13 0 Flemington .. ... 1 Footecray .. ... 1 Hawthorn ... ... 6 3 Hotham ... ... ... 13 11 Kew ... ... 1 Melbourne (South) ... 4 23 Melbourne (West) ... 8 0 Prahran ... ... ... 0 0 Richmond .. : 11 8 Sandridg .,, 14 3 Emerald Hill ,, ..j 16 12 South Yarra ... .. 7 2 St. Kilda... ,. ... 8 Williamstown ,.. ,.. 0 2 175 110 *Elght In Fitzroy. 10 deaths are reported as ocouring from' scarlet fever. Of the totnl d'athl, 41 or :41 pIr cent,, wore children not cx4oulling the ago of 3 yuars, 23 boing under the ago of one year,

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLEVER CHILDREN. (SCHOLASTIC ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

CLEVER CHILDREN. (soIItLASTrd AnDVERT1EIU.) An .exceptionally sharp, andl intolli gent child is acoeptable to most teacheors, .who Ifee thatr they hive ini it material which, if properl? haºdledi ciannot fail to do tliin', justice: 'They know' very wiell, therefore, thait it is worth It yir while to devote a great deal of car., and attention to it, while, on the other haind, they are perfectly assured that ia lull child ' will not, apfrarehtly at' aiy' rate, reukiy the 1ibor Which may be be. ctuweod ,upon it. ''his belig so tt is, puerhaps, inatural that many teachers are led to' neglect dull scholars to 'the -profit of 'bright ones. At 'the same'it is certain: that those teachers who do this fail to appreciate the importance and respon sibility of their office, and are guilty of manifest injustice. Moreover, though it is true that dull childrone suffer when they are neglected, it is by no means sure that the majority of bright chil. dren repay, permanently, the extra ordinary time ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, MAY 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

POLICE. FITZROY-MoNDAY, MAY 16TH. Before Messrs. Falconer, Marsden, Ben nette, and ,T. Kidney. Ann MeDonough was charged with va 'grancy. Constable Callender said that he arrested her in Brunswick-street, sleeping on a verandah, happed up with neighbors' doormats, and having sundry, pieces of meat and bread around her. Sent to gaol for a month. Jane Maxwell, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 6s, or 'twenty. four, hours in gaol.' John Brown was charged with being drunk and, disorderly. The arresting con stable said the prisoner was lying on the footpath, and he simply arrested him be cause he might get into danger. Dis. charged. Two boys named Honeymian and Lewis were fined 2s Gd, with 10s costs, in each case, for throwing stones at ' Chinaman. A woman named Ryan was fined 2s'Od with 6s costs, for' allowing ,her' cow to wander. Denis Bros. v Fitzgerald.-Summons for goods sold and delivered to the amount of £11 17s. Verdict for 'amount with 26s costs. Pickering v Benj...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POETRY. A STORY OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

POETRY. A STORY OF TILE SEA. The sun was low, the sea was wild, When far away a lone ship sailed As helpless as a sleeping child, For through its sails a tempest wailed. A maiden stood upon the shore Her heart was beating loud and fast; She murmured oft, " He'll come no more, Oh! stay thy fury, cruel blast." The waves surged madly to her foot, The ship was reeling in the foam; One youth there longed the maid to imeet, And welcome to his humble homo. The tempest howled and smote the ship With all its roughi and sullen might: On board cold tremors blanched each lip: I: Now tlarkuess ilgned--for It was night! " God save my lover," cried the maid, While hot tears courdol each whitoned choeek; Oh give hil hope and give him aid, And hear mo, God of Mercy, speak." Still rushed the winds like thunder-swells, Now hero, now there, the vessel hurled; The waves, with tones like funeral knells, About the rigging crashed and curled! And through the tempest soon there came Shrill cries the listeni...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

We are creditably informed that of the retiring councillors of the city of Colling. wood, Messrs. Holland and Upton are pre. pared to try conclusions against all comers. Mr. Kidney has decided to retire from civic life. The first life-boat of the Vic a 1iae Society is to be' launched to.day at Ed. words' boat sheds. His Excellency the Governor will ba present. Invitations to attend , have been( sent to, the suburban councils.' .; In the Eqdty Court on Tusday the registrar granted probate to the will of the late T. F. Bird, minister of the Congrega. tionalrChurch,'Oxford street, Collingwood, which was sworn under .1160. ""John Andreiws, a resident of Cambridge street, Collingwood, was arrested on Thurs. day, on a charge of negligent driving, a child named William ;Fisher- having beon run over by a twodhorselorrys iw l h wt driving. The time for which the Collingwood School Board of Advice was elected will expire on':the 9th June.f 're Iwill watch with some iiteresaitthe' comlng candi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

Gov ea .A yeortise mentu. QALE (No. 4320) of CROWN LANDS in U fee simple at the auction rooms of Mr. G. Walstab, 50 Queen street, Melbourne, on Tuesday, the 80th day of May, 1876, at 1 o'clock p.m. TOWN LOTS. Emerald Hill, parish of South Melbourne, county of'Bourke, in Park, Bank, and Roy streets, and the Eastern road. Upset price, £1 10s per. foot; charge for survey, £1. Area, from 10p. to 82 5-10p. Allotments 1 to 14, Seec. 69; 2 to 17, Sec. 70; 1 to 10, Sec. 71, and frontages from 1lft. 4in. to 86ft. East Collingwood, parish of Jika Jika, county of Bourke, fronting Wellington street, being the site formerly held by Mr. F. T. Wimble. Upset,price, £1 10s per foot; charge for survey, £1. Areas, 14 6-1Op. each. Portions, 1 to 6 Allotment 1 See. 9, and 22ft. frontage each. COUNTRY LOT. Parish of Parbine,-county of Evelyn, on M'Mahon's Creek and the River Yarra. Upset price, e2. per foot; charge for survey, £1. Area, 6a. ir. 14p. Allotment 1. Valu ation. e£10. Charge for survey must b...

Publication Title: Mercury
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FITZROY—THURSDAY, MAY 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

FITZROY-THURSDAY, MAY 11TH. Before iMessrs. Mahoney, T. Kidney, Marsden, and McLean. Joseph Lomaniwas fined 20s or fourteen days' imprisonment: for using obscene lan guage. Catherine Eves was discharged for being intoxicated, and, refractory, as it was her first appearance." Trotter v Hughes.-Summons for' goods .sold and delivered; amounting to £4 le 1lid. Verdict for amount with 5s costs.: Same' v Will.-Summons for goods sold and delivered, amounting to .2 16s lid. Verdict for the amount with 5s costs. A young man named Clarke summoned a foreigner named Guttmann for damages seustained by him on the 3rd, of April, by being bitten by a black retriever dog belonging to defendant. The dog was chained, but the chain was of sutfioient length to allow the dog to spring out and bite the plaintiff, who was passing down Napier.street with a friend. The defend ant stated that he had no such dog, and thle young, man might have been bitten, but it was not' by his dog.' Defendant was fined 58 wi...

Publication Title: Mercury
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TURKISH OUTRAGES ON HUMANITY. (PEACE SOCIETY'S PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

ri, . JHUlifANITY.:t , "(?IhoU soanrrt's5 PAP nSa.) I ,About twenty yeats, ago, 'En glain expended,.flifty thous`and valuabjp lives and one.hundred -millions of .gold,,in a h'uge effort to'su'dtain the"most debased Goveiit'nhtit in"Ei rope.' In naddition o allr thiis, she hIas;,subseikently beenic so :gullible as. to. intrust , apother. hun 'dred" niillions to the same Government by way of " loani'' " A?ll' th ':result dof ·tihse' fgoiish" dcrifides ' hp'e"b'ieni most .disastrous to ;humanity. 'rhie smnalgst part of the evil is the virtual repudia tion of half her, loans ,.by,..Turkey. That is a mere trifloein comparison with her shocking c'-nelties to, her subjects, both ChIri'stiian add'Molimtmmediah. The Neapolitan- o pressions, which ngvei .Mr. Gladstone to awoken the indignant reprobtition, of. all 'Europe,; were'imild compaied:; o 'the'atrocities bnistantly being' p'&petiattd or condiied, li'the Turkish .,Goverinment. 'The' DTimcs newspaper (of., January :.11,,:,. 1876...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected communications cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever. No notice can be taken of anonymous com-.. munications. Every letter must be accom-' panied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publicatiof, but. as" a giuaantee of good faith. To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons; interested we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, :orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GnIrInT .& SPxvAvn, and not to the EDIToR. ADvaT is n ersrs, is all cases, to beprepaid. Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should be' addressed to the Editor.

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COLLINGWOOD, MAY 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

COLLINGWOOD, MAY 16TH. Before Meesrs: Templeton, P.M., Walker, Maraden$ and Morgan. A woman named Britten was charged with the larceny of a watch' and chain, valued at .£11, from a young man named William Broadhurst, a painter, living in Weollington stroet, Broadhurst was coming home from a ball about half-past two on the 9th. instant, when he was met by the prisoner' in Brunswick street, and was askdd to go home with her. He went home and stopped with the woman till the morn. ing, after,which , he went to his home and again went to bad. .When he, awoke, he found' that his watch was gone. He gave information' to the detective office. Deteo tives ]errell and Dowden' arrested the prisoner in Mulcabhey's Hotel,Bonrke-street, and conveyed her to the Collingwood police station. John Harris, a pawnbroker in Bridge roaa, Richmonl,' stated that he had advanced 12s ;upon a silver watch pawned by prisoner. The asistant of another pawnbroker stated: that he had given £1 upon a gold ohain pawne...

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GERMAN WORKMEN. (FRASER'S MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

GERMAN .WORKMEN.I · The German inakes a good colonist; because he is frugal, patient, and hardy; but he seems to need a transplantation to another soil to shine forth in ,all Ithe excellenge that not 'ituf'rquently,'be come'bhis. The' Ge aan *iworkman at, home; is dilotory,;unpunctual, slow, and often extremely t",bungling" in, his :work. ," Thbre is: not: the' samen'com petition as with us;'if lie do, n'ot' choose :to hurry himoself, you, mrus ,?bide his pleasure; he is the obliger, you are the obliged. You give him _a model,"and he executes his copy not'amirs;' it 6nly falls ll'or t of supreme excellencd ;4 a litiljo ,more finish, and ;it wouild; have boon absolutoly..welldone. iTho German laborer is a marvel of heavy artfulness; ho seems alivays to haive' somibthing to 'do0that interferes with continu'us w'ork, ,either, ho his tspit .upon his hands, or toadjust:his raniment, or to take a dram, or have a "crack" with a comrade; oi pipkiaiti',rpwvlth's? oneinm; i; short, he is , nv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

WOOL I WOOL I WOOL i .11r, i ;wOLKsALD ANDEL4 .LA ril TOY``. &iN , u Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. Fingering WFools 8s. ýd.,to 6s., per t. Largest Vliriot' bf Coldrs 6btl'i;&/ Itixedk on eveadry Material oh Braiding,. ".,ý. .,11:1 _rl 01 T IF 1 .ý 'r,:Jt Ii li,.,.r ` F"' t OY REPOSITORY, "r"'° f9 MifH FR EET,,' #ZROY. Braiding Blocks in great variety., Patterns Stathped on eovery Material ifor Braiding. Pinking done. Berlin Wool in gret variety 6f colors; '. Registry Office for.Bervants. Agent fon Cqutts' guaranteed Acetic Acid, also Robinson'& Universal Cement.' "... .. ' FRASER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TINSMITHK 8839 SMITH STREET, FITZROY, 'i 7. L Op site : Eiweyl rtreet. T'' 1I ." All kinds'' O;inr '~e'd . Orders THOMAS- E. VERGA CO.;kRCIAI', A, D b IO U lERALi RlTl PAPER.BAlG:MANUFACTUEEB, S?, " Orcers' Stationerd &o..? ut ," 78 B?USSELEL STREET, 2?01 ,WEJD INGTOr1, STREET' Collingwood. All, 'siia 'ni and olonial ,made yogiwd, as s ha ts Ioes l Ft11In, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

GREAT (SALE OF BOOKS OOKS. BOOKS STATIONERY = , I ,t".! .:{ ' ? , i ,?'- . " ý . . N? ow ":on at THE AR CADE, SSMIITH SREET dOOLLING?W OOD. Owing to a change oflandlord, and consequent alteration of premises, Sh. ..ri .AND COLLINS Have, resolved to cleiar out the w?lole .fo their large and valu able stock, of BOOKS STATIONERY - at greatly Reduced Prices. AS 'tie Sale will be, held for a .hor ttine only, the public will and .Coins' Col...lgwood Goods marked at won ArcaDde, Smith st. oOLLING'WOOD.

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

A SERIOU8 aCHARGE. At the Collingwood Police Court on Tues day last a man named Thomas Mortimer was charged with unlawfully assaulting a girl of fifteen, named Catherine Webster, residing in Yarra-street, Collingwood, and attempting to commit rape. Mr. Dobson, inspector of police, prose cuted, while Mr. Edwards appeared for the defendant. The prosecutrix stated that on the 5th inst. she was at home in her father's house about six o'clock' in the eveninig, and was preparing her father's tea, when Mortimer cate' in and commenced talking to her about going to Sorrento for a trip, and he would ask her father's permission to let her go. He had brought some currants and raisins with him, which he told me to make a pudding of. While she was putting a pot of potatoes on the fire for her father's tea, Mortimer took hold of her by the waist, and laid her on the sofa. She was so frightened that she did not know what to say when he laid her on the sofa. He took hold of.her hands. She told him t...

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ECONOMISING VITALITY. (NATIONAL FOOD AND FUEL REFORMER.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

.OONOMISING" VITALITY. (NATIONAl FOOD AND YUzL REFORMER.) It is often a matter of; wonder that men in the very prime of life, and en dowed apparently with superabundant health and strength, suddenly sticcumb - and die when disease fastens uponthem; while life-long invalids, who 'seem to hold life by the frailest tenure, who are seldom out of the doctor's hands, and whose first duty in existence seems to be to take care of themselves, ill continue to live on, and at last reach a good old age. It seems a wonder, we repeat ; but only, after all to the super ficial observer.- - The-mant of robust health believes his power of endurance unlimited, while the invalid:knows that his only, hope of prolonging life. is by economizing the little vitality that re mains in him. The young, in whose veins 'the blood bounds ,with a warm, full 'current, whose muscles long for stretch and play, and whose nerves have not'yet been de ranged by !any of the rude ,shocks which life has instorefor the most o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

ublsLo Com?',?,e. EVERY MAN OUGHT TO'INSURE'AQG INST FIR . THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COM PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited)' MODERATE -RATES .OF PREMIUm. DIRECTORS. C. Chairmah-Richi'd 'Tentym'aii; Eq.\l Vice-Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq.,, J.P. "J: L. M'Clure, Esq. Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. Hon. 0 .. Jenner, M.L.C. MatthewLang, Esq. . Henry Stevenson, ,sq. , , Head Ofdefic e:.' No. 1 Market.square, Colline?eat.,Mel?cMrne. WM. .A4OREDI;iEEt's4J , . fietafary, i Compay cver herif;eplo on i from Gas.' THE PREMIER ?ERMANENT BUIJDIN :LAND, A.... ND. ' )' i - Offers remaikable indicednsi to S' The most liberal ter·~sto I 'R 0'' " l "l' ? " " DERPOSITORS, In sums of. 1 and upwerds: 12 oronths u 8 per cent, per annum, 6 ,, . ... 6 ," ," Pay.day-Every alternate'Monday. I S ' " l Jh :, . 0 ., [62 COLLINS STROET WEST, Brancd thOfolle18 Smithe.,nteregwst to JADEES MIRAMS, Se. MELBOU RNE PERMANENT MUTUAL BENEFIT BUILDING SOCITY. Incorporated under the Building Sooietids' Act, 1874. The accounts of thi S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

1., DRAPER' &c I R POYNTER 8* . 88 POYNTER,'S CHEAP DRAPERY . N DrABLISH :id E., 88H o ti o il. .o. l, 8 paLo uthz frohotheti IColonigeswod. , E MATI :, ,:.. M I OUT A ' DRATIPER Tme remb~ ill oun bene"idl i n''u r ar.?dof' bIot , i lar .from allh oparits of lE iprve the ?mdln op ertie )i, ii ? '?!il f? LW ,?ia10.";.11 , 1; So' 1 . .1 ,; ..J espectable. ?ilmista. asnd etoreskeepers , . TH f.S ,,. IDQRI N,, ,: l.oý.vsy(1 ' LANE W,, ,,?,,ORNE, ' 8th inBeARI Y 8TIdEETif CALTOl1. . .l MRS; GREIG'S ".r.T OS: T ?'.. Ei1GISTR ' ,Ol'FFICE, 87 BR b'L Ce 8Q J nO 5F rITZROYm GOUT AOD. RHEUMATICS PILLS Tnse romhOtvllv be found very benoflcial in cases of Rh uma?itn- Rheumiatio Gout, Lumbago,, and indeed all thfose.Rheumatio alfecton so nearly allied to them, such as p;tinfl affections of the noerves, Swelling anid E argcmunt of the Joints (particularly thoao of the feet and hands) PFlying in ocsionali affeoting allp arts of the system, wl ?alu~ l po toanh by' i iug in some of the Iam of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

GENERAL NO'Pý CE. fIlHE ?ercury is published everyatuday L Morning. Persons wishing to li ? the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged, per quarter, payable in advapoe; by po e 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat. urday in the months of December, March,. June, and September. .Th&Editor'*ill be obliged""or il"ronrm ation-more, especially relating to; local -SCALE ' FOR' ADVERTISING'?"!+" Business Cards, per quarter, from,,. 7s. Gd6 Offioal.ud Eleetion Advertismentsf)f LI'.' each insertion, per inch ... 2s. 6d. Want 'places', Servants; ýHous6 e and i'il,-: Land for Sale or to Lot, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miacel. laneous,.Missing Friends, &oi; .p. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths,, and To ADVERTIBenS.-'NoEtice to ihdraw advertisements, must be given in writing.;, (I(. T HE Mercuy can be obtaind from any of the following agenti i-Siu?bcription is. per quarter. G. CARnNr??4r ;, . O7-mith. treet. Mrs. WooDn...

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THE PARISIAN AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 20 May 1876

" TH?E .E:RL4RISWAN 4T SEA. " Yes,' said .the .others, in chorus; "he does it on purpose . "' Listen" said the' ParisiaLn'"' if one of yobi, singly ;:wishes `to have a set-toi with"me,' let us take one of these iron= .pointed things apiece;" (he. pointed lto some, marline-spikes;) "and. settle .it, like good fellows.'. :, , .I '. Done,"' aid the spokesman.. "Decidedly, it is the father who deserves t'l?e kbelh'aiiled," th'ought the captain; "and the son is an' excellent fellow." : ,Andi .the', captain interposing his authority, the. discussion. ceased; but thataevpning the combatdid take, place, and was in favor of 'the aaisian. 'Having thius 'ablj? 'adciiitted"hiinself in his iepeated' triils, the'Parisian was no lon'ger t'ebsed oh board', b'ut enjoyed the esteem.of his.officers,' andthe friend :ship of;his messmates,,: ,i ,If Mathieun Guichard's ,captain had ben gifted with the faculty ofanalysis, hei would ertpinly hae found meanst of oxericiiiig it'in stidying thetharacter ?t'li...

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