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PIET DE WET'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

PIET DE WEFS APPEAL. The text of a portion of the letter from Piet De Wet, chairman of the peace com mission, to his brother, Christian De Wet, appealing to the latter to surrender, pub usnea in 'ine JSioemfontem fort on .Feb ruary 5, is as follows:— 'Dear Brother— I hear you are so angry that you have decided to kui me, accusing me of high treason. May God not' allow you opportunity to shed more innocent blood. When I saw we were beaten by the British I wrote to the president, request' ing hum to consider terms of peace and rather to surrender than to ruin the coun try and starve the people. I was with you afterwards for a, month, and became con vinced that it was better to lay down our arms. I did my duty in the battle at Schietma with Pruuloo. I charged the guns, when I was shamefully left in the lurch by Fronemaa, who fled. Convinced that the struggle was hopeiess. I left, with my staff, and surrendered, and was sent to Durban. You and Steyn, in carrying on guerilla warfare, cau...

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"WANTED—A DENTAL ACT." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

'WANTED-A DENTAL ACT.' To the Editor. Sir— A letter on this subjectwhich appear ed in the issue of your valued paper dated February 27, and was signed ''Registered in England ' mseeata that nettv jealousy among the professionally qualified dentist* and the obstruction they offered u the cause of the proposed Dental Act not being presented to Parliament. We deswe em phatically to repudiate the suggestion; and state that, on the contrary, for the benefit and protection of the public, and not our own interest, we have done our best to ob tain an Act. The medical profession bat, also been approached collectively and indi vidually, and iU aid sought. The atten tion of members of the medical profession has been called to a resolution of the Gene ral Medical Council of Great Britain set ting forth that 'any medical practitioner assisting an unqualified dentist is guilty of infamous conduct in a professional re spect.' Yet, in spite of this, some eminent members of the medical profession co...

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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OFFICES. SYDNEY, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OFFICES. SYDNEY, March 12. The lease of the old Reform Club build-, ing in Macquario street for Commonwealth Qovernment Offices is for seven years, but there is an arrangement with the State Government that, if the Federal Govern ment desired, the lease of the building should at any time after the expiraton of three yean Be taken off its hands, ilr. Barton stated today that he would like to see the federal capital fixed and some of the offices ready for occupation by that time.

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AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. NEW SOUTH WALES OFFICERS. SYDNEY, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. NEW SOUTH WALES OFFICERS. SYDftJSY. March 12. The following additional officers were ap pointed to-day to the Imperial draft .contin gent:— 2nd ltegimcnt A.oantcd Kinet— Cyril Tncy (Jriffitus, to be recond lieutenant; HURii Handle. Aew south wales Lancer*, to he supernumerary second lieutenant wi.hout pay till absorbed. 3rd llegiment Alcntid ll.fles-Staff Oipt. Henry Paul itams.y .o,.eland, late special service officer, to be adjutant with the rank of captain; Ralph Rowland Allen, late fimt contingent, to be quartermaster with tbe r.nk of second lieuUnant; Henry Robson, ?nte Lancer Contitgeut, to be transport offi.er, with the rank or second lieutenant; btan-cy 1* l'fcutncr Sym^nds, G.M.V.S., to l« veterinary officer with the rank of lieutenant. 'Ihe lol.owinf officer* are to proceed to Sou\h Afrua with Imperial drafts with lh- rank as stated against taeir respective ndmts wuile on serviie: — To be fir. t lieu ttnaiiU— Sup.rnu...ei.;ry second lieutcn aits, Tuito...

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THE COUNTRY. FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. PORT AUGUSTA, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

THE COUNTRY. FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. PORT AUGUSTA. March 12. Mm. Rogers, who was run over by a train at.'Sbrling hut night, died at the hos pital' from coUupse and hemorrhage. Doc tors Chenery and RiddeU - performed an amputation of the thigh, and the. patient rallied, but died later on.** An 'inquest was begun to-day by Mr. J. T. Keats, S3!., and adjourned till Friday. . BULL'S CREEK, March 11. -On Friday the Recfaabites of Bull's Creek held a picnic. The following were the results of the programme of «portj:— -Hurdle race, E. Oakley, W. Sione; juvenile race, E. Sunman. U. Stone, A. Pike; girls' nice (under 10 year?), C. Simmon, G. Sunman; mile race, 13. Peanon, J. Blake, A. Blake; girl*' race, (under 1C), S. and D. Stone, dead heat; obstacle race, K. Oakley, A. Blake: Siamese race. K. and F. Oakley, G. Hbpkros^anVT W. Milligan; cRg-ond-spoon race, E. Oakley,' H. Milligan; sack race, F. Oakley, 11. Miifi gun; members' race, W. Milligan, J. O'Brien, T. Stone; high jump, A. Oakley, 5...

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THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. To the Editor. She (Britain) luil not improved diner ibr lad W» i»roto|tttl. Iwi mher hail retrograded. ' Sl*. - They niulil «e it by the stati*i«-.- 3Ir. Kinsston, Town I UK, March 5. Sir— As 3Ir. Kingston gave no «Latwtic* or evidence to support his iibtounding sUtc Jiim^t England fti^rogrfcwon under 'M trade, I hope he will do so at his meet in? to-night. 1 biive a high opinion of Mr. .tangsiUm a political acumen, but as an au ihonty on tlie supiiosed decline of England under free trade I prefer the testimony of JtntBli Chancellors of the Exchequer like Mr. GIad.«*one and Sir Michael Hicks Jleach, e*pcaaDy when they ni«k in uni wn. and after careful research. I gather Jrom these gentlemen the following evi tlences of murveilous progreu:— In 1830 the total revenue of the nation was £52^500,000; 3.ist year it wan £120,000,000. In 1842 pr-£ perry taxable under Income tax was .L2.iUWl,000; last year £739,000^)00. These are tea}« onwand, not retrogrewiotx Ac o-rd)...

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The Register ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1901. THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

The Register ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1901. THE PLAGUE. The. latest outbreak of plague in South Australia seems fortunately to have been limited to the one patient who was sent to the quarantine sta- tion. Upon this fact the community may well be congratulated. The condi- tions of settlement in this State, even in its few thickly settled portions, are against the probability of an epidemic either of the bubonic scourge or any other malignant malady. Still, with the constantly narrowing distance between Australia and the sources of plague in- fection, the authorities ought to make such preparations as are reasonably practicable against the possibility of such a visitation. We are not able to state what Dr. Lowson, the eminent plague expert now in South Australia, thinks of the existing conditions in this respect, but the Government might do a great deal worse than secure from him, in conjunction with the health officers of the city and Port Adelaide, a report upon the whole que...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT. ISSUE OF £1,000,000 DEBENTURES, BEING PART OF A SUM OF £2,374,213 AUTHORIZED TO BE-RAISED BY THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT LOAN ACT, 64 VICT. NO. 24, 1900.' £TO BE IN ADDITION TO AND TO RANK PARI PASSU WITH QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT LOANS ALREADY EXISTING. — ? ° ? Repayable at par, 1st January, 1951, but may be redeemed on or after January 1, 1926, upon twelve months' notice being given. Interest being at the rate of £3| per centum per annum, payable from 1st January, 1901. ? 0 ? ? ? ? ~S*. THE TREASURER OF THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND invites Tenders for £1,000,000 QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT DEBENTURES, bearing interest at the rate of £31 per cent, per annum, repayable at par on January 1, 1951, but which may be paid off at par on or after January 1, 1926, upon twelve months' notice being given by notice in the 'Government Gazette' and in the principal newspapers circulating in Ifuistralia. , These Debentures will be in addition* to and will rank pari passu with the Queens lan...

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"THE REGISTER" AT 24.000 AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

-THE REGISTER' AT 24.000 AN- HOUR. One of thb-e gatherings, which have periodically marked the history of 'The Register' and its associated journals was witnessed in the offices of ' the Haners in Grenfell street on Wednesday afternoon, March 6. The occasion indicated that the pioneer paper of South Australia and the second oldest daily journal in the Common wealth had once ugain outgrown its print ing machinery; and, at the invitation of the proprietors, representatives of the press of South Australia and of Adelaide commer cial business and shipping houses met to inspect cne of the' finest printing presses to be found. in any establishment in either hemisphere.- The- gathering of the country press proprietary ?wus . one of the largest that has been seen in the capital. The visitors' were first conducted to the top story of the mechanical department, \vheio they inspected the highly interesting lino type plant— the invention which drove its author to the lunatic asylum, but which c...

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WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. Forecast of probable weather from Tuesday af irmnon till Wednesday night. L-sucd at 1.30 p.m. on Tuesday. South Australia. — Fine, mostlv clear. Cool right, warm day. Easterly (south-cast to north cx-.t) winds. Smooth sea. Virtnria (supplied by Mr. P. Baracdii).— Fine, and becoming warmer. Winds chiefly east to north. Smooth or slight sea. New South Wales (supplied by Mr. II. C. Rus sull). — Still unsettled, with more rain over north rost districts; fine elsewhere, with risine; tem pera hire. East to north-east winds. Western Australia (supplied by Mr. W. E. Cooke). — Fine moderate weather in the south west. Elsewhere warm, cloudy, and rather un ii:ttlcd over the goldfields, with some rains prin cipally in tlie cast and north oortions. Scattered ftunderstorms as usual in the tropics. | The high-pressure area which was off our coast ras shifted rapidly to the eastward, and lies off Ihe Nrw South Wales coast this morning, covering also the south-cast par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

SHIPPING STEAM NAVIGATION' COUP ANT. Under Iluyal Mail Contract, will dispatch the following Steamers via Kremantle, Colombo, Aden, Marseilles, ? Gibraltar, Plymouth, and Lon don, with .liberty to call at Brindia:— ? Mcaiuen. T'n» luumiauder. ucAyc. ?OCEANA ? bgm( C. Gad-i March U. ?BRITANNIA ? 63-25- i\ H. Seymour March 28. ?AUSTRALIA.... G901] I Beeves April 11 ?VICTORIA ? io27 E. Crcwe April 25 ROME. ? 5.^3 K. Street May 9 HIMALAYA. ? A.s w. L. Broun May, SI CHINA ? .»12 T. S. Angus June 6. ?Via Hobart from Sydney. ? Pasensers for Brindisi Tranship at Port Said. NOTICB TO PA3!it.Ni£F.8. Liberal reductions to lamiliee. ' Whole Cabin3 Reserved. The Accommodation In both First and Second Saloons is unsurpassed. Passage from Europe, te., can be arranged here: Passengers allowed to .break their journey at intermediate ports. Tourists' Tickets— India, China, Japan, ic. Kound-the-world Tickets is §ued. - * PAS3ACE RATBS. Tickets issued at lowest current rates. Special Return Tickets to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

PUBLIC NOTICES ST. PETERS PARLIAMENT will be opened THIS EVENING in the Institute, at S o'clock. .1. fhrlini. jun., Esq., M.P., as Governor. 1'ublie invited. E. II. OTIIAMS, Clerk. iT ICENSED VICTUALLERS1 ASSOCIATION. The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held at the Imperial Hotel, Adelaide, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, March 13, at 7.30 sharp. Business. To receive the Balance-sheet and Report; Elec tion of Officers for the ensuing term; and other matters of trade interest. 64,72 HARRY R. TAYLOR, Secretary. ,'f 1CEXSED VICTUALLERS ACT, 1SS0. NOTICE.— I. ALFRED SKIP.ROW TAYLOR, of Ad.liide. hereby notify that I have DEPOSITED !'!. \SS with tlie Clerk of tiie Licensing Bench at I\Tt Acini-la for a HOTEL to be erected a' 1'AI.SE BAY. for whir-h I intend to apply for a l'lillicm's l.iicnce at the ne.\t meetins of the Li ?.cnsiriEr Hencli, and also for a Billiard Table !iienie in respect of the same premises. ALFRED SK1RROW TAYLOR. Mau-Ii 11, 11101. 72'3v 1 1CEXSED VICTUALLERS ACT, JSSQ. XOTICE.-...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

FUNERAL NOTICES   The Friends of the late Mr. JOSEPH ORCHARD are respectfully informed that his REMAINS   will be Removed from his late Residence, Orange Grove, Mitcham, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 11 a.m., for Interment in the West terrace   Cemetery. PENGELLEY & KNABE Telephone 100. Undertakers and Embalmers. LICENSED VICTUALLERS ASSOCIATION.   The MEMBERS of the Commitloe are respect- fully informed that a CAB will leave the Office at 10:03 THIS MORNING, to follow the REMAINS of our late Member. Mr. JOSEPH ORCHARD. HARRY R. TAYLOR, Secretary. of Brookman's Building. rnilE Friends of Mrs. Maria Kelly are '^ojmfi -L that the REMAINS of her late DAUGHTER (.Martha) will lie Rvniovcd from her Residence, Fussel place, Alberton, THURSDAY, March H, at 11 a.m.. fur Interment in the Woodvflle Cemetery. .1. (.'. HADDY, Undertaker and Erabalmer. Telephone 110. St. Vincent street, Port Adelaide. rmiE ?Friends of the late Mr. THOS. A. JO...

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THE AUTUMN SHOW. WHAT THE FARMERS THOUGHT OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

THE AUTUMN: SHOW. WHAT THE FARMERS THOUGHT of it: ? A country correspondent writes:— 'Many farmers are unable to attend the Spring Show, as they are then generally very htinr either in the midst OI haymaking or making preparations for it .The Autumn. Show, on the other band, generally comes at a most con venient time. The crop has been gathered in and carted to the various ports or rail way stations; machinery used during har vest bos been overhauled- and put away fall next year, and tbe farmer ton a bttle time to hinwdf to look round before the rains come, and he has to renew. his work for the coming season. The first gentleman, a large fanner .who lives not a hundred miles from Parkeville, in answer to my naery 'NVhat did you tnink of the Show!1' said-'\VelL 1 think the fact most forcibly brought home to me wu the great improvement whjch has taken place during the last few years in agricultural madrinery,vboth for putting in and taking off the crop. First and tore, most, I suppose...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

MAIL NOTICES. UREAT P.RITAIN.— March 14-Via Suez, R.M.S. Oceana, ILIj a.m.; newspapers and registered letters, 10.15 a.m.; late letters— G. P.O. 12.15 Prfr.., Adelaide Railway Station 12.30 p.m., Port Adelaide Railway Station 12.45 p.m. British and foreign parcels post per the above steamer closes at G.P.O. 10.15 a.m. (Mail due in Londou April It.) Sp. March 1G— Via San Francisco, 3 p.m.; Lire fee, 3.30 p.m.; money orders to States, 12..M fi.m. Sp. March 15— Friedrich der Grosse, 11.15 J.U. Sp. March 23— Via Marseilles, Australien. 10.15 a.m. MANILA, CHINA, and JAPAN.— March 14—3 p.m., Guthric, vi:i Sydney CAPE i:OLON~\' and NATAL.— March 14— At 3 p.m., Idinic, via Melbourne. March Kt— Nineveh, 3 p.m. KEW AUSTRALU (Paraguay).— March 21—3 p.m., via New Zealand. NEW CALEDONTA-— March IS -3.su p.m.. to Svdner, thonce per first oppor tunity. SAMOA and other 50UTII SEA ISLAND1. — March IS — G.3O p.m.. to Sydaev, tlience per first opportunity. F1.IL— March lS-^.30 p.m.. to Sydney, thence ...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

SHIPPING. Time BalL— March 12— Ball dropped at Hi. Om. Os., corresponding to Ion. 30m. Greenwich mean time, 11th. Semaphore.— March 13— High water, 7 a.m.; low water, 1 p.m. ARRIVED.— March 12. Nemesis, steamer, 1,600 tons, A. Lusher, master, from Western Australian ports. Passengers — Mes- tlames Haihvager, McDonald, and McKenzie and in fant, Mr. T. Clarke, and Master McDonald, in the saloon. D. and J. Fowler, City and Port, agents. Mariner, ketch, 01 tons, L. Tliompson, master, frnm Tasmania. A. and E. Le Mcssurier, agenti. James Comrie, steamer, 73 tons, J. II. Huuder Eon, master, truni Ardrossan. Oiprey, ketch, US tons, J. Bishop, master, from Yorkc's Peninsula. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London.— Occana, March 14; Austral, March 21; liritannia, March 2S; Hector, about April 2; Ciki'O, April i; Warrigal, about April 4; Aus tralia, April 11; Omrah, April IS; Orestes, about April if; Victoria, April 25; Ortona, May 2; Itome, May 0; Yarrawonga, about May l); Orizaba, Mav 16; Himalay...

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HINDMARSH: Monday, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

I1INDMARSII: Moudav, March 11. Present— The mayor (Mr. W. Wight), Aldermen Hnnwiik, Hocking, and Medwcll, and Crs. Ellis, King, Jones, Sudgley, Seilick, and Smith..— The maviir reniirted tlial the; full i-omtmttee of thu council had considered the street watering ques tion, and had recommended that the rate for the portion watered at present should be reduced by one-half, viz., to Ud. per foot, and the remainder of the road should be watered, and a rate of 3'J. per foot charged. This to take effect, next year. This rate would not pay the expenswi incurred in ? the watering, but it was felt that some concession could be made for the benefit of those living oil the Port road. licsidcs, it was acknowledged that the watering of the road tended to lengthen its life. Cr. King moveJ in the direction oi getting consideration dcierred for six months, but the report was adopted.— The Government, in reply, forwarded the following re)-ort from the Engi neer-in-ehief:— 'We have quite siilllcicnt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Special Removal Notice. Norwich Union Fire Insnranee Society, WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED THE FIRE BUSINESS OF THE SODTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE GO, ID. o ?- ' . Clients are notified that on and after Wednesday next, 13th March, the Business of the Society will be carried on in tho A Ell OF' ICES, situate JnlHi.ML »I T1SAL KUILDI*GS 'EXT BA*tt OF ABEiAll-E, 8», &IXU W1LLIAU STREET, ADELAIDE. *7O'4z R. A. PAXTON, toc»l Manager. DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & COMPANY ARE NOW OPENING OUT DAILY THEIR FIRST SHIPMENTS OF AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS, AND ABE NOW MAKING A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF FRENCH and ENGLISH MILLINERY, FLOWERS and FEATHERS, and all the Latest Shapes in UNTBIMMED STRAWS, &c LADIES' CAPES, COATS, and SKIRTS, and a Groat Collection of DRESS STUFFS in Black and Coloured. The Newest Designs and Colourings. O ' . ? . S£5. R XJ N U L E STREET. 'ramvfc OOUTil AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. SEASIDE EXCURSION. GAWLER TOJEWIAPHQRE. SATURDAY, SIARCH 16. On the ...

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TRADE AND FINANCE. MAIL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

TRADE AND FINANCE. , 1UIL SUMMARY; There is; fitUe, Ire*h to report with . ije 6ard to the cojomercial outlook. ainee la*t week. . Details'ot the rain over the north ern and north- tvftitiMii nastaral coantrv confirm the atatement that it will- prove of inestimable benefit to the woolgrowen of those portions of the Bute, and. ensure good feed for the coming lambing. Wheat h being moved fairly freely, but there is no disposition on the part of the trade to operate for cargoes now about to be ship ped. A shipment of soft fruits under tfic Sutherland procou will be made in the btcamer Warrigal on or about April 4. So far Victorian grower* have applied for 1,500 cases, while South Australian growers have applied for 900 cues. AUSTRALASIAN WOOL EXPORTS. The foDowinc return taken from Most*. ?Ualgety & Co?» Review' for March show* the quantity of wool exiiorted from Aiuiral liut trom July 1, 1900, to January 31, 1901:— COIony. 1MU-1. lWMWDk UrrrK. HW-IO. title*. Baku. Rale*. Bale*...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. March 12. In the Supreme Court to-day Peter Burge recovered £475 from the Railway Commissioners as compensation for injuries sustained bv his ricinc knocked down bv an electric tram, which, it was alleged, was being driven ut too high. a rale of speed. The steamer St. Louis, which arrived' from Noumea to-day,- had in tow the four masted barque Ville du Havre, which was blown ashore- during the gale in January last. The tow of 1,058 nautical miles was iiccomplit-hed -. in a little under seven days. BROKEN HILL, March 12. Mrs. Lee, wife of Mr. George L«e, licencce of the Federal Palace Hotel, died' suddenly: this afternoon. .She had been in bad health for a fortnight, and death was probably due to heart disease. Deceased was wcil known in Adelaide - ?. . To-day at tlie Police Court a man known variously as Jamas Wilson Brown O'Cou nor, James Vincent A'Beckett, Willuiott, and J. 1). McGwyre was placed in the dock on three charges of forging and uttering, and wa...

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