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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

1$STsQ»imtfc<BcgU WANTED Contractor TO GRUB and BURN-OFF 2000 acres, on Murrumbogie. For particulars, apply EDWARD CURR, Murrumbogie. A IMPLICATIONS are invited for the a. position of PROBATIONER ■^UESE-to the above Institution at a lary of £12 per annum. Applications <•'} lie in the hands of the undersigned 'ft later than THURSDAY, the 23rd JUNE, 1898, at 6 p.m. EDMUND BEST, Hon. Sep., 'pENDERS are invited for erection 1 of a TWO-STOREY BRICK : UILD1NG in Ciarinda Street, ji nrkes. Proprietor finds the Bricks, Anders close on or about the 1irst i'rst week in July, 1898. Por full particulars apply to E." PRATT, Wine Merchant, Parkes. Court House, Parkes, M-Oli June, 1898. mHE QUARTERLYtoOENSING "X- COURT for thfei' District of Parkes, will be held -at the 'Court House, Parkes, on TUESDAY, 28th, JUNE, 1898, at 11 a.mi W. T. NfaKOLSmr'' id-619 C.P.S. <3121(^.02?^ o TENDERS are invited for the erec tion of a DROP PENCE around tank, and also Corduroying,...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tomingley. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

A correspondent writes ;— The Tonaingley G.M.C. has been shut down for some time, There is a rumor afloat lhat the company, through their manager, applied for sis months suspension at the Warden's Court, which, rumour says, coulJ not see its way clear to grant the suspension applied for. Tomingley is awakening up to the fact that it has an existence, and that it has certain wants that require attending to„ Consequently a Progress Com mittee has been formed. After some difficulty fiye Common trustees were elected and their elec tion confirmed by the Department. Owen and McCloskey, tributors on R. Paton's claim, are putting through 50 tons of stone at Crowhurst's battery ifc is looking fair. R. Paton has struck fair gold on a claim he recently pegged north of his lease.-—* Times.

Publication Title: Western Champion
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HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

HOMEBUSH, At HomebuBh on Monday 10,396 sheep were yarded :—There was a good demand for prime and good quality sheep. The market opened firm, and another advance in prices was obtained. Best lots of crossbred wethers made.to lis ^d, and ewes to 9s Id, according to value, of fleeces. Best pens of merino wetbers made from 8s Id to 9b 4d ; extra prime reaching lis Id; middling lots from 6s 9d to 7s 9d j others from 6s. Best lots of merino ewes realised from 6s 9cl to 7s 5d ; good trade lots from 5s 9d to 6s 3d j inferior from 4a 6d. Lambs were only moderately re presented, and ranged to 7s 6d :— Cattle—1300 head were yarded. Prime beef was again very scarce, the various yards being occupied with rough and inferior cattle. Best yards (if bullocks made from M6 8r to £6 16s, extra prime to £7 ; middling nuiging from £5 to £5 5s; others fumi £3 5b. Cows made to £3 10b ; txtra mime to £5 9s.

Publication Title: Western Champion
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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

PRODUCE MARKET. JSyduey, Wednesday: Flour <£10 17b 6J to .€11 10s; wheat 3s 9d to 5J ; bran 8.1 ' ; pollard 8|d ; oats urime 2s 8H, 2s 9d, good 2s 6d, medium 2s 4d3 New South Wales 2a 4U, to 2s 5d | ehickwheat 3s 3d to 3s 6d, screenings 2s 6d ; barley cape 2s 7ii to 3s; maize 2s 3d to 2s 4d; ciMiff inferior £3 5s, choice £3 5s to j£4>2« 6d, imported prime ^3 17s 6d to £4, medium £3 12s 6d ; hay special rack £4< 15s, medium £3 15a, ciiafiiiig £340j£3 7s 6d ; straw New South Wales :£2 6s, bundle \£2 to .£2 5s, derrick £2 to £2 10s, im ported derrick £2 2s 6d to £2 5b.

Publication Title: Western Champion
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A FORBES RACING DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

A writ of prohibition was applied for in Chambers, before Justice Cohen, on Thursday. Mr. Edmunds (in structed by Messrs Curtiss and Barry, agents for Messrs Whelan and Gil ereest) appeared for the applicant, Charles Roger Kerr; Mr. Scholes (instructed by Messrs Chenhall and Eddie, agents for Mr. J. Robinson) for the respondents, the fcrastees and committee of the Forbes Jockey Club. The writ was applied for to restrain tne magistrate and the other respon dents from proceeding further on a conviction made by the magistrate against the applicant, who is a licensed publican at Forbes. TJie applicant had been fined 20s and ordered to pay 21s professional coats for having, with out lawful cause or excuse, entered the enclosed lands of the Forbes Jockey Club. The writ was asked for on the ground that there was no evi dence to support the conyiction, and that the entry by the accused upon trje land haviug been made under a bona-fide claim of right, the jurisdic tion of the justice was ous...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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The Markets. ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

ORANGE. J. jS. Leeds report under Monday's date: Fat Cattle.—80 yarded. The demand was firm at last week's prices for any good to prime quality, which made from 14s to 15s per lOOJbs. We sold—For Mr. J. Daltonj Kanga roobie, JiO bullocks to £5 4s, averag ing jB4 15s, 15 heifers to £3 ; Mr, T. H, Stephens, Cadia, 14 steers and beiteru to £4i; M. Lockey, Manildra, 4 cows to £3 15s. Fat Bheep.— j Market firmer for prime, with pros pects of much higher prices. We aold—For Mr. Robert Glasson, Yul-' lundry, 300 crossbred sheep at7s4d »nd daring the week through our vdney agems, 1400 fat sheep for Messrs. Lane, Blunt, C. Smith and othera. Store Sheep.—A good de iiiand tor all descriptions, especially wethers. We sold privately 300 ewes for the Executors J. Holman at 5s. Horses*—A lair number yarded, but )i0 good Borts. Draughts sold well, i-Juo well-bred light harness horses,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

& f tf V ■ iriraW eJ^ o JJJLJ L \ Pv_ ^ J>- N V,/ o q drJriJc^c Are offering a magnificent range of LADIES' CAPES from 6s nd to 30s, Special lines in DRESS STUFFS, FANCY TWEED DRESS STUFFS re duced below cost price to clear, MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING':in great variety*. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. A splendid range of Patterns. Suits from 50s, made to order. MACINTOSH COATS made to order, i®°"SEE SAMPLE CLOTHS. ALL PATTERNS AT SAME PRICE GOLD SLEEVE LINKS. 9$m B*2%fpr. P-eari, Ruby of Sapphire ©«ct.0old Brooch. f^rice 0/Q. J&. l5-ct.£l 6. 9-c£. 14/ Am'^thyat Brooch. ©<=sr^-€Jotd Biraocfe. Psrico iq/& •15«c£.Qolld £3 q. IS-ct. is/ 9«gz.QA Aniethyst S?Jaoc£i S?sc&$.<3ofc£ Broofth, Price ■ GS^s®. GaSeS 16/h. se»ofc 18/:C£b 9-c£.lO0 Ola morrd Centre 25? is-ct. 12/ Qct .&/. 'Engraved Brooch. Any Name. 15-ct.iI e. 9cfc$4/ Amethyst Brooch. 2. Q-cE.v2t Amethyst Broochr , Keeper ^ Wedding jSings,9-cl. lO/e. tolSi S{3n.ct.FRQIi 14/to ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

New moon 011I9th, at 3*19 p.m. A probationer is wanted at the Parkes Hospital. The scene of the Ooobang rush . is now practically deserted. Mr. S. L. West's Rosebery has been nominated for thp Melbourne Cap. Farming prospects are particu larly bright in this district just now The Princess Opera Company left Parkes on Tuesday for Mudgee. Mr, Grimshaw, the new landlord of the Boyal Hotel, arrived in town on Tuesday. The bulk of wheat to be sown around Garra this season is now in the ground. Loftus Maaoudier had his hand badly gashed by a kangaroo, during the week. Mr. C. Smith, the C.P.S at Con dobolin, will be leaving for New England next week. Nothing nicer than than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on fiew at Bollinger's. * ■ A demonstration in connection with the Parkes Hospital is an nounced for 9fch November. The A.J.C. have endorsed the disqualification of Mr. 0. E. Kerr by the Forbes Jockey Club. Miss Alma Hall had a narrow escape from being burnt to death, at Pl&t...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Interesting Lecture. EXPORTATION OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

EXPORTATION OF- COLONIAL PRODUCE. On,Thursday evening Mr. James Stephenson, Secretary to the Board Of Exports, delivered a particularly interesting lecture in the Royal Hall on (t The export of produce, and how the Government, through the Board of Exports, proposes to assist intend ing exporters/' There was a rather meagre attendance. Alderman Met calfe, in the absence of the Mayor, presided, and introduced the lecturer. Mr, T. Brown M.P., who accom panied Mr. Stephenson, was also accommodated with a seat on the platform. Mr. Stephenson explained that he did not appear before them as one of the professional lecturers of the De partment of Agriculture. It was bis duty that night to have as it were an informal chat with the producers on tbe question of exports, and the open ing up of new markets, and to point out what the Board of Exports was doing in this connection^ Before entering into the subject-matter proper.of 'he kcture he would like lo first refer to the elementary practices ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

■■ BOOKSELLER 'vSi-l STATIONER-, and TOBACCONIST. GlaMiadls!.' Ilfeee^ PsmfEsbs* ■ ■. Vi-.y-l:y:"'v wwvwwwvwwwvwwwvww FANCY GOODS, TOBACCO, PIPES, ' KNIVES, PURSES, PATENT MEDICINES, ■ 1= ' SCENTS, arid SCHOOL REQUISITES, LADIES' JOURNALS, JEWELLERY, TOYS AND NEWSPAPERS. ' Vatel space —FOR— Jn>~ tlve write, f or ih& dUP1 Catalogue [Post Fr.eE;] talbarn- and Bassex Streets, Sydney. lESsfesbTbMslbi&cfl. SiL ^-©saBPSo. • tsmam "MciDtSlcsOc DENTAL SURGEON, Late pupil of Dr. Bishop Brown, of London, L.D.S., Eng., D.D.S., U.S.A. Late of Selling St-, Melbourne, And Sins St-» Sydney. Sweaty fears' Hsperienoe. }Jf\ ?r*m. ^O^EGS to inform the residents of Parkes, Forbes, 0 _ • '. £/ and Peak Hill districts that he has taken over the practice and surgery of Mr. Ede, next door to Mr. Woods, Chemist, where he will carry on the practice of his profession. Supplied that cannot be excelled for masti An'ttMciatt cation, fit, durability, and perfect natural appearance. After all ot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

FARM AND GARDEN SEEDS BULBS AND TREBS, are procurable at 3 <ng| Secall saQflttl Fh'oaSbdcc SioEMi Opposite Railway Crossing, MoI,ong !Road. Marsupial and Sheepskins bought in any quantity. Q)DK WeBcoDime Stu'eett, Paiges. The Partes Soap C ompany DESIRES "to announce fchaif; he has purchased the Soap W,orks till lately carried on by Sturgess & Oo. Having secured the services of a Firat-elass Metropolitan, go&p. Maker the Company is prepared to turn out Household Soap of the very finest qaality. Write for Prices. Oouurty Orders promptly attended o Tallow bought or exchanged for Soap. mr* STOVE WOOD cut in all lengths. In order to advertise my Saddlery and other business, I am sending os. parcels by post all over the country. Postage paid by me-ovA of profits. The lowest Sydney Prices charged. S/- Parcel of HABERDASHERY,' cotton, tapes, needles, combs, pins, buttons, &c., 26 different lines. 5/- Parcel MENS' HOSIERY, 2 pair Is. good black cashmere so...

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THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

The Premier's address on the new aspect of the Federation question was delivered on Saturday night, at Milton, in the presence af a most appreciative audience. Mr. Eeid left not the slight est doubt as to the attitude he intends to take up. We must have substantial alterations in the measure before it is accepted, he said. " The Government of this country will not make any endeavour to force the bill on the people in its present form, and if the attempt is made by others, the Gov ernment must resist it. We are pre pared to stake our party, our position, and our existence in getting in these measures in the necessary substantial alterations, and -in that fight you will find me the same George Reid of old." This declaration was received with loud cheers. Subsequently the Premier defined the points on which he will maintain his position. Narrowed down, they are: An amendment of the financial clauses and of three-fifths majority provision. During the course of his speech he dealt; at so...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Milk-Carter's Life. EXPOSED TO ALL WEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

EXPOSED TO ALL WEATHERS. J We clip the following interesting letter from a contemporary :— The life of a milk-«caxter is undoubt edly one of change and variance, as far as the weather is concerned at anyrate. Thinking that the experience of such a personage might prove entertaining to our readers, we last week sent a representative to interview Mr. Walter Tye, of " 33 McArthur street, Ultimo, Sydney. " I am a milkman by trade," said Mr. Tye, "and ride on the cart when distributing milk. We serve a very long round. You. can readily see that the very nature of my occupation com pels me to be out in all sorts of weather, for ^whatever happens we must not disappoint our customers It is some 18 months ago thab, after being out in very inclement weather, I commenced to suffer from aching agonies in limbs and body, and flying pains and stiffness in the joints ; and I also experienced sudaen chills, gene rally succeeded by heavy sweats. The pain I suffered was so severe that sleep was an im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

.H Ttrm T^c'g^iTJf 2 ■ ' V v.. - ■ : ;. - : ..I1© 6jh@.Eii03E@'§) ©f IPsiiFlk®!), ' : ■ •; T : ^ ' i^G : . V i %: t?" . ■ '<: ::r""^x :.\ i. o§ '• • X <ty /I ' i-N ,cr _J:33I ._j ENGLISH, AMERICAN, AND CONTINENTAL1 . ■ MlsbW© TKiiSJtja .co5]p)oim©dl .'.sa PEimip^smcsffii.t^ :<&>£: ';• i\\t T: And toe M ^F<o x'BB :c^ Be sure and get a ;.®.THLl3?liSL<®^[Ltfe-r-a good Sergerette Suit, Books', Sox, and Shirt manufactured in Parlces .by NABLE & GOT. „; . , . . , ;>: ■■•?; :■■■■:' :JA\tpis -t( ,, Then encourage Local Industry, and do not be deceived by German Slops, sold by ethers, but- buy from fch Manufacturers,' NABLE,<fe ;CO. ' a CSf(3rjatbIl©IGa(3Ii51:. .C0)iF IPsilPEssss .^Sa(S"in)f.StSR^(DtS~-We have-just opened several Oases of -Winter' rlergegj Tw.eeds, • Corkscrew?,.. Baimockfouriiis,; UnglKli. and- Colonial'',;■ Tweeds, and we will ■. upply you with the latest Paris and London Fashion's....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

' ■ ff}-;; It 11. ,»!,■ J li # r^ ::^I^'* L-"-"">' 7\.j\fXr.K/\* t7XSJCil/NX'\A/XV7N^VX^: .Zb / .TBIOYOLESV WAGGONS, BA.REO WS, NOIH'S ARKS, ' O , : ..j. '; MECHANICAL TOYS, .TBAIKS, TOOL BOXES, TEA SETS, .PEBAMBXJLATOEiS, DOLLS (endless variety, 3d to 10s each). Year Book, Moora's Almanac (Is each), Cen tennial Almanac (splendid value, 6d), Letts' and Collins' Pocket Diaries (Ladies' and Gent's .• ^inJaU-birid^ all, size's,- from.-is-.each,' Boys' and Girls Anhualc* Chatterbox and TOBACCOS,CIGARS, CIGARETTES—latest and best brands V, :/u! B„wi; p,WBooks riares-yariety). ■ 1 - OXGAB & OIGASETTS HOLDERS—sold and silver mounted, IAUB BAGS, WOEK "BOXES, CHOICE FANCY GOODS,. DESKS 5MAS-" CAKDS. (Packets 6d, Is, Ik <5J ; loose Card, Id),' , PEBFUMERX (choicest kinds) FANCX & SHAVING SOAP, The " Patkes''Stationery Box—48 best square, envelopes,! A Olioic.v A^sorfcm'^ht of SILVER-MOUNTED PIPES, CIGAR ^?l paper, to match,, pen-holder, pen, and blotting paper, '...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

[By " Mb lit a.'5] Dress and fashion went hand in hand at Government House on Tues day night. The gathering was a fashionable one—the women were con spicuous for their graceful dressing, there was nothing outre in the room, I doubt, however, if an assemblage would look brilliant without the rich colouring lent by the soldiers' strap ping's. They were very cnuch in evidence, and among them were some very .tail specimens of manhood, who towered above everyone else. * ^ & Auother noticeable feature of the gathering was the absence of paint on the women's faces. Sydney streets lately have presented sights, in the use of cosmetics, thai are not; easily forgotten, but I was glad to find that Society women, at any rate, eschewed its use on Tuesday night. From all appearances, trained skirts are an es tablished mode ; even youag girla have the, hem of their gowns resting quite two inches on the ground at the back. By-the way, winter jackets are becom ing more and more elaborate as t...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

Now that the Convention Bill has been killed, it is made very - clear that our friends of the ' Cab bage Garden' feel the loss even more than we do ourselves. Why they should lake such a very * warm interest in our welfare can easily be understood, but they , might have had enough * horse sense' kI:\fco dissemble their dis appointment. What their senti ments are can be guessed from the words of a 1 Telegraph' corres pondent who says: " Having oc casion to make a hurried trip to Melbourne and back, I journeyed through on Friday evening by the express (after duly recording my vote against the Federation Bill), and witnessed a rather unique epi sode. It shows the extent of the feeling of our Melbourne friends. When our train, the Sydney ex press, reached the Melbourne platform we were welcomed with hoots and groans. I was also amused to read in the 'Argus' of Saturday that one of the brokers at the call of the morning Ex change asked for a buyer for ' traitors in eyeglasses,' " v * * J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

1 i/angar@®0 ^4p©@@^Rn] ™ @kscJ^ ' ■ ' r^\, And c.il other Doccriptionn of lU) Y^o^vin r-nnr^rv^ --- . NATIVE SIOMQ, ac. U0L'J1sUd •TALIL©rjs fl^EESWAIS, Wo pay the Highest ••Ps?ie©, without dcdtiotmg . ©OTJ3,- RABDSBT SKOKlSj Commissions or other charges. &c. &c. mJttances posted same day consignments reach us. f] Rf] (7?) f) (1 (u) (K) w fj f ess^s^isst di, ifda rniicsi ©rti.&, wy tePRODSiCE EXPORTERS. o#««—QUEEB'S. OflRHEH, 51 PITT ST., SYOKFI. | Co.'s I.C. Sugar - '- - -. - 2d, per lb. ii n n — ■ • ' » Large Bags, 8/8 Ke-.v Season's Tea, per lb,, 6-Jd.; per 12-lb. box - -■ ■ 70-lb. I.C. Sugar and quarter-chest Tea . • ' - - -17/fl 8-lb, Sugar and 1-lb. Tea - . . •» . „ 21 English Vinegar-quarts - . .7 bottles, V English Sauce - ■ - - . - 7 bottles, 1/ Pemell's Snow-white Roller Flour . - 100-lb., 11/6 (!/- ; '25-lb.', &/■ Tasmanlan Jams, per doz, 2/6} 2-lb, tins, per doz. 3/6 Imported Salt - - - - - 28-lb,, 9d. American Kerosene, 150 test - - per ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

—ATTORNEY - SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, AHD CONVEYANCER. Commissioner for Affidavits hv the Colony of New South Waie*. Address—€50U K.T >mjt Opposite the Uesidences oi Dr. Johnson nud ■ Dr. Boazm.m; (Late G. K. *nd F. H. Phillipps), 02©wi§®» JLsmmH, -JSflnmirag - □. —And— §$©efe slbmU statioM 4gcsu CLARIDA STREET', PARK, Agent for the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and — the Mutual Lite insurance Company of New York. E 7©ry Ssiad cf Gommissioa uadu DESIRES to intimate to the public of Parkes that she is now carry, ing on the BAKERY Business form erly carried on by her late husband, Having secured the services of a first-class Baker, Customers can rely on getting Bread of the very best quality AJ-1 TV-U Address: Dalton-street. IPtuiMJlcts M©li©®a DENTIST BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Parkes and the surrouuding districts that hu has taken over Ede'S 23©&tal PjaS ties and trusts by integrity and strict attea ion to business, together with personal upervision of al...

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Why Men Don't Marry. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

Marriage io on fche de cline, we are told, and one of the chief reasons for this is that the average man is very hard to satis fy. He wants as nearly perfect a woman—mentally, morally and phyaically—as is possible, and m the present day very few such vronmn exist. It is not oar purpose o eal with the first two attributes mentioned ; but the latter, which is by no means the least important, is well worth a tew words which cannot fail o e or interest to all women, married or single. The woman of to-day does not give herself enough attention in the proper direction; a little time taken from the study of the latest fashions and com plexion powders, and given to the perusal of medical works with regard to the female organs, would do her a wonderful amount of good. Woman is so constituted that it takes but very little to disarrange the delicate organs °u er composifcion. In consequence she suffers more or less pain at least tor a few days periodically, and in some cases all the time. Her ...

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