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SMALL DEBTS COURT. DR. CASPERSONN V. A. E. BLUNDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901

SMALL DEBTS COURT. DU. 'CA-SPERSONN V. A, 13. BIAJNDEN. Claim >£1: l is, -medicine sold. .-Th« evidence of-pl«iiitiir;was to the effect tliat some two ye'irs ago, at de fendant's request, forwarded to him at Yalgogrin one box of proprietory medi cine, and which had not been paid for. Dpfendant submitted that tlw ar rangement was that the goods were to be paid for on approval. Ho did not approve of them and Hnnt ''them'back by the coach. Plain tiff' would not take them buck beciiuse there was Is to pay as,carriage.- , , ; •tiqen smit(l>a<'k ,<o him .and lie refused to pay. the carriage. Verdict for amount claimed. DR. WILLIS V. -H.-MARTIN; Prn) ssiona! attendance, £3 3s. V,;i >liet for £3.15s Grl. • ProFwmonal cost»,.j&l. • Verdict. foriU 1'Js (id. W.-O. MLLAS v. W. COATES AND WIKB.. Claim £7 17s Id, for goods supplied. Verdict for am writ claimed. Plaintiff -tl e niecj SAM IS. V. LONGLKY.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Conningham Commotion. THE BOOK OF THE NEW CENTURY. A FEW BITS ABOUT IT. BEFORE THE COURT AND BEHIND THE SCENES. A DIP INTO DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901

• $Jie Conningliam Com motion. THE BOOK OF THE NEW CEN TURY. A PEW BITS ABOUT IT. - BEFORE THE COURT AND BEHIND.THE SCENES. A DIP INTO DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE. . : ; (From our Sydney Correspondent) The Coningham case is no. longer sub judice. The pressmen are, at last, at liberty to put their paragraphs into print nnd huve their say, as well as Coningham, Alice, Want, the Judges, jurymen, and witnesses. But one newspaper man was so rash as to ex press an opinion, and he only escaped contempt of court penalties by a apolo gy as profuse as a politician's appeal for a renewal of confidence , after he had failed to get every constituent a road or bridge, or Government billet. But if pressmen all but unanimously preserved a diguitied, if distressful si lence, the privileged, or rather irre pressible, general public had its say from the jump. The merchant and the mechanic, the laborer and the loafer, the city sot and the country bumpkin, the mighty bug and the modest inhabitant had their say...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 23. Before Mr. G. Stevenson, P.M., and Messrs. Smith and Plowes, J's P A WANDERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901

Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 23. Before Mr.; G. ■ Stevenson, P.M., arid MesSra. Smith and Plowes, J's P.' A WANDERER.1 vBeatVice'Spuriy k girl under the) a«e of-7lG 'years, found wnncleriag about the streets, was charged'; with being in thi;\comp>iny of suapeoted persons. Oil -aHudy coining forward'on the ''"sp'rfii! of the moment". and promising to tiiku ; the girl hffiue'with her, the case was, dismissed. •

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901

Gruesome Imaginations. A Disordered The Ca.so of ^ Ms-. .J. M. .PALMER; . (For tlic Lcichhurdt Standard.) One of tho most astonishing cases of re covery from :v serious illness of long stand ■:ing:Mi!3 investigated by » repbrter from this oliteo 111 order that wo may bring under the notice, ct our readers a- practical illustration of iho phenomenal success Which a cerlain branch oi medical science has achieved."" Tho evidence has l)ccn given liy Mr. John Mark .l'almoty resitting at No. 220 AlU-jn-stxcet, Leichliardt, who narrated hisexperiences in the following manner :— . •' Slftoon years of my fire were jy'ida misorablo through continuous neuralgic pains in my head, am! similar paroxysms of I intonsa pain often attackc'il my internal organs. The torture was sometimes so great that I used to feel inclined to knock my brains out. I often thought my mental faculties wcro becoming weak, as I could not Bottle my mind suHioiently to do my clorical work." ' IIow did your complaint .origi...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 April 1901

Dental Notice. | ®. GA.spersonn, —:d:d.S.— i .(Doctor -Of (.Dental Surgery.) Lute De .DioiiKtrutor of the Philadelphia Dental College and Hospital of Oral Surgery, {Ua^sistwert <■« utter tJic ®c,,lal BBoa»-«l Off Ri.S.W. "ft /r AY be consulted at liis Surgery, Mnin M street, West Wyalon<r, ireo of charge, oiiail mattsin relating to SurgH-.il, Meclimi- , hI or Operative Dentistry or Orthodontia, j 'Taiiilcss extraction by 1,11 ul(: i'(;}vost. js. Teeth filled with Gold, Silver, I'.tatimi, Alloy, Porcelain, Cement, etc. sssazrssc. - .Dentistry. ; W most -celebrated Dental Coll-0 America. . 'vfu eucalypti tEXTRAGT, 1st-PRIZE SYDNEY 1895,189G, 1F37,1898 and 1899. THE BEST JN ,THE WORLD jKindiy Forward all my goods through ahd SOHS. flsidess Victorian Goods, C/o Gelling, ;laud Sons, Albury. {&YDNEY GOODS— ^g- GELLING'S tbti15ks.-, sydnky agent.-:— TS. cb.idlan»> ■j!7 eamilton-steeet. telephone 2713 —THE— . vwyalq^gr agffilctjl'FURAL SHOW . 18 OYER. j •«« ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District News. WAMBOYNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

.District Xews. ■WAMBOY ..('From our Correspondent.) ' A very enjoyable picnic in connec tion \vitii the local Sunday School was held in the YVamboyno Ilecreation Groulid on Saturday last 20th instant. The annual picnic is usually held in August, but as a largo number of-til's' scholars were, tilrowy.li illnes, uuaBle" to attend!- ' Mr. G. Woods tSupt..) arid the teacli&r'r/thought. it advisable to tike advantage of the beautiful weather nnd try to make up for their last dis appointment by gving them a real good day'd outing. Children usually enjoy themselves where there is plenty to eat and plenty of fun, and if this occai-ion was not, an exception to the general rule, then it may safely be said tint the boys and gir's had a grand time. ..The''Superintendent'.was unavoidably fib-ent, but the teachers Miss Nellie Woods, Messrs. T.'Dean, juni\, and E. Buttenshaw, were present to administer to the svants of the chil dren.'- Miss Woods worked very ener getically amongst the sma...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Cycling Notes. (From the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Cycling Notes. (Frprn tho Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co.)' No donbt there is a large section 'of the public thnt maintains that a few. pounds -weight here or;.' there are not worth taking into "Account. On the ot her hand, there is also" a largo section of the public .who'hold tho opinion tlmt these few pounds make a very material difference ' in the ease of run ■inug and comfort of the rider,"and the writer must admit that iio -..may be numbered amongst the litter class, I have found in use that a really light machine, fitted, however, with the strongest possible chain stays, is much easier to drive than one 5 or 61bs J heavier ; that "the difference becomes ; particularly marked at the end-of a day's ride, and that in hilly districts •where specially steep grades have to be walked, the labour in pushing the machine up-liill is much reduced. Personally, I have ridden ordinary pith racers 011-the road time out of nninber, and cannot ree,ill a single breakage. I am, therefore, forced to t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

You can deperd- >n lidding; children of wormi with Wooe's Wi.rm'Figs. Price Is Sun Acetlyne gas generators,,are the simplest, cheapest and best in marsefc. H. Soilden, Wy along District P. A. H audi Assciatioa TENDISRSare called for tlio PAINTING of the PAVILION 6" the SHOW GROUND. Tenders close May 3rd. For further particulars apply to . S.: G. ISA./- OS, •Secretary. THE COMMONWEALTH 'FOUNDRY, WYALONG. FRISK EN7 & CO. HAVE stavtod an (ROM and BRASS FOUNDRY near the Prince of Wales Mine. Central Wyalong,. and are (.prepared tb supply OASTING-S and Con struct, Erect, and'- Repair- all kinds of Machinery. . The following' can la supplied :—Shop's," Dies. HeiidvTappits, Ciiins. Ca^es. Baling Tanks, Kibbles, Trucks-', poppet Whm-ls, Fire Bars, etc. Cylinder and Pmup Ban-els. "Re-bored, Now Pi&tonSj Piston Rim;s,. and Brass Bo.irin^s, etc Tenders. T E jST D E "R S '.re invited for the Erection of a MEG 1:1 ANTCS INSTI TUTE. Specifications may be scon at this offioe-or ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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PORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

[" 15V PRODIGAL. fiul"n Powell seems to lx» ;i born |i'in;ui. A friend writing from tlie Mt says vlui.l 15.P. in equipping, his |lli Af:"ic;in G'onMtabubiry, gold braid |i riot over given uniforms in such S'lision that tins corps looks like a gas band out for an airing. Tim ! thin" t'li.it' happened when BP Ijilted His Australian charger wus' IpleMsmit*. 15.P. fell oft' and -was PJffLjod some 20 yards wi; li his foot rlhe stirrup, which necessitated sev ffl'daj'S lying up. B.P. is wondering fir if the Australian donors were not; Sinics in disguise. a ooo . lis understood' that:®-.wall-- kno.w'ri nijiion pedestrian developed liis 'iking-poweis by trying'. to colliict ts in Sydney. ■■■.:■■ /. ■ OOO . Iio fnct that the bicycle: now figures sculpture may be new to some.re>id A. M. >nly wid >w who had first t, her late husband while out cycling,'. !(ien-d the sculptor : to depict the erting. bicycle and all, in hii»li re f, on the in>ublo gravestone. The gjascription, in Fren...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Wat News. .Commandant Da: Wet, witlr; a fow'".; followers, was recently near V.lliers'-1... .dorp.-. , ■ ■ • -••Whim- Bresir was captured the" Boers fired ori the British'- after 'display the white flag, killing one trooper and'1 wounding three. ' Boots in ambush at Badfontein-eap fcured a patrol and killed jVlnjor E. IT. •S Twyfoid, of the Oanicroniiuis. Commandent Bi-ti Viljoeti, with 500 men, a pompom, and -twp.--iUH.xims, has ■gone soutl) from Roosenkal, along the Steelp ort Valley. He'abandoned w number ot waagons and destroyed a 15" pounder captured at Colerm, and a krnpp gun. Lieutf ii int-Colonel \V. P. Pulteney, of> the Sco's Guard?, has occupied itoosenkal. the Landdrost and 110 ' other Boers surrended, Lieutenat. t-Oolonel Gf. E. Benson ■ has captured in the Tantesburg Range • 65 Boors, a Kruppgun, and a quantity of ammunition. Lord Kitchener reports the capture of 113 pris mers and a 12-pouiider. He also reports that Lieutenant Beatty' a Victorian ollL-er, was killed;...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Gloss Just like China. A Clever Z<fea It is easy to get i Gloss J list Like C!i you go the riaht wny nbout 't. Tim ii U to use BYRON" LINEN OLOSS, '• the Starch but mimed on dry. Tiuire i. mess and 110 muddle. You wiU thus' i.a on Linen is it; and easy way , is not ndd<;d to no sticking, no "ufc n lieau'iful glens on Linwi. A Siiiliing packet will Kst for tw ;lve uioutlis.. The G.e lie fa I Business" Co., u31 vJenrgti-struet, Sydnny.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tit for Tat. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Tit for Tat. JLho Capo "Times" gives the follow ing account of the wrecking of the otnc'a of jtlie " South African News,'.' reported by a late ■ citblq: A body of -the Australian troops, who are about to return to their home?, spent a lively hour in town on Thursday. ' Smarting under thes'.ignms which they declare have been levelled against them in the columns of the "South African NewSj."' one of the grievances lining, that the vjournal was alleged to have stigmatis ed the Australian Contingents as i-'scum," a number of men wended their ' wt\y to the olHoe of the paper, in G.liuVel) : Street. • Tliey smashed the windows, and 'entering the premises they I»id about them with such vigor thiic;within a verv few minutes they mudo the place more or less a wreck. Mr. (Jentlivres, the manager, escaped . by jumpingout of his office window, and bounding off tho stoep-• i-reto the ': street. The troops proceeded"'upstairs, • and made free with the sub-edicor's; and reporter's offices, some of...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Divine Services. Wesleyan Services. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Divine Services. W osloyivt ■ ?or vices. MAY. 6th West Wyalong 11; Mount View 3; ■Wyalbng 7, 0. G- Walkom. West Wyalnng 7, C. T- Cook- Wamboyne 3, J- Woods. l2thBenn.ll; Hiawatha 3.30; WestWya lonjr 7, C. G. Walkoui. Wyalone 7,' C- I" Conk. 19th West Wynlony 11 ; Milga 3 ; Wya lonp; T, C. G- Walknm.- W»st Wyalons; 7, C-T. Oook. Wamboyne 3, ©--Woods. 27th tVaihhoyne 11; Wfsfc Wy along 7, C G. Walkom. " Wynlona 7, G T. Cook" ISf^tTiagfls are solemnised and otherrites' of the Church administered by the Circuit Minister. All seats free- All are welcome. C G Walkom

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Mining. TRUE BLUE: [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Mining.; k ; TRUE BLUE: ' , Aii importimt development hfis taken place i\t ihe Trim Blue mine, where the pjisterft' roof has'been cut at the deep.^vel*:.of;560 font, in crosscut. 47, feet v*est of the shaft. - The reef so-far has only been cut on the footivull. The stone is composed o£ almost pure m i m> nil—esti ma ted te yield 1 Oozs of yolcl to the ton. NICOLAS AND REYMOND . Have cleaned up G7 tons'from the Junction, and are now putting through parcels from the Lucknow nnd Shau* rock. :■

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Presbyterian Church. Services will bo held as follows until fiijther notion:—Wyalonjj (Masonic Hall) 11 a.m.,. West Wyalong (Presbyterian Church) 7v30 'p.m. 1 Eefr. 'J: J. Thorp:

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Gazette Notices. Notice is given that runt is due and owing upon the undermentioned gold mining lenses, and unless paid within' 30 days from the 23rd April, LOOl,, such leased mny be cancelled. L-ichlun Mining District. J. W. Roberts, int. 6, county Gipps,. parish Wyalong, area 3a lr l'lp. III. E. Taylor and another, gl 7, cnty GipjiS, psli Wyalong, area4""nci'es. VV. JCnupnian and others, ill.t. 39', county Gipps, psli Wvalons, area 2a 3«r 12J,p. . Klitiks N S.W. Gold-mining Co., (If L) m.t 144,- cn.ty Gipps, psli Wyalong,, area 2a 3r 20p. The Gfokh ir Treasure unci Brilliant Amalgamated G M Co., g.l 46, county Gipps, psli Wya-long, area 4a 2r 2'lp J. Chnnnon and another, m.t. 27,' country Gipps psh Wyalong, area 3a 22p. II. Malcolm, gl 57,^ ditto area Sa l-'r 37p. J.: Gusaclc, gl 61, : dittOj area oa !Nagy and another, ditto 4a-2r 39'p J Williams, m.t 17, ditto, 2a' 19p M. Perry and another, m.t 99,- cnty Gipps,..p-sliMugga, 4a lr '25p D. "Kelly^ .m.t" 148, county Gipps* > psli...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Local and General., tzZ* A> man named James Thompson was accidentnlly- killed at Ternora* on Sttlurda^. The door of a wheat truck at" the railway station:'fell on him and' crushed hlui. ' Owing to the heavy weuthci' in Sydney oil , Saturday,-' all sporting events were [,o3bponed. - .-In declaring tlie Government-policy !>!&'. Sets plnCes reduction of'mtJlubVi' atiip in'tfiTi fhrettfpsfcf". Mr'. Sp& belie'ves' that tl'ie reduction'should amount to one fourth of the present number, iffiw Will the co'untry districts fare if Mr^ee's idea is carri-d out1! ^e'are ri qui'sted to state that Mr. John Kei rris, of West Wyalong, is in cluded in the list of returned St>iith African heroes to whom the public wish to welcome home in a demonstra tive manner. Mr. Keurns returned liomesomo weeks ago. JWiiileengaged road clearing at Tfhgarie'on Thursday last, a man met ■with a ni.Bty accident. A limb of a tree fell on him, breaking his collar , bonev and otherwise i nj u ri t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

Consumption's often causotl by cold, Nftfloetoil in its early Bta£ \ And onco it a <^od firm hold, It hnsu'i much for nfje, Now whwi a man's so near Ui»<gravo Wh«Mi hopes is 'lead and death si'ums■ Rirro Oh. what can oiibh him, what can savo ? - AV. E. "WuotU Grout Poppertniut Cure.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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D. and F. Band [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

D. and F. Band The Wyaling Drum and Fife baud, made its first, public appearance on Saturd ty night. Tliey have only- been iti training for aslion. ii:no, but under such »blo; tutors as Messrs. L. Heliott. and Voui;, have made marked progress. These gentlemen have spared in pains to bring the boys on and they deserve to be. highly complimented 011 their wi.rlc. ••.The- band is south HO o.ld play ers strong, most of the instruments being subscribed for by the pe >ple of Wyalon™-—the lion's share falling to Messrs E;-Noeld imd C'ti* k. The b->yi tell in at the school, and subsequently serenaded Mr. Ernest Neeld, where a handsome Supper awaited the boys, •md it 'is •netidiess.'.fo say- the boys \vore inot only delighti'd: hut did jtisii;o to !ihe good things provide 1 by Mr. .Neeld Mr. Vout tl win Wed • -Mr. Neeld for his kindness-and Kuid 'tInly did trot expect j Mr Neeld to do: \vh il lie" had .I 'll". Mr .Nefcid replied in a very nice little 'speech, and s>itd lie was glad ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 1 May 1901

I I OCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ' ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Oootamundra, Tcinoni, Uitnned lnttu, and AVyalon^. daily, (.Sundays excepted) afc C.50 p.ui , arrives at Vvest NVyalnug' at p.m. . . From Ungnrie, Condobolin, etc., ,Tiicwdays and Fridays ut«l a.m , , From Olarsdenand Forbes, Sundays nnuThursdays at <5 p.m. Fiom 'Ynlfiogtiu, ^londriys, Wednesdays, nnd Fri .days at •( p.m. . : • • Froni-TstrnoiJ, oil Sundnys afc 0 p.m. J?rom 'Jtildui-y," ou "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 0 p.m^ ' •

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