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Sketcher. Grandpa's Shot-Gun. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Sftetcfoer. ? Grandpa's Shot-Gun. I was a boy of 7, nnd was visiting at ray grandmother's farmhouso in Devonshire. Sho wus a woman nbout GO yenrs o£ age, but nctivc and Bmnrt, aud had been a widow for nbout two years. A daughter nnd her husband had come to occupy the house nnd work tho farm, butnt this time the daughter had gone to visit n sinter nbout twenty -miles away, ] while the son-in-law was in Cheltenham on business. There was then at home only grnnd mother, tlie hired man, nnd myself, nnd on this morning the man was off in the fields and we two were alone at the house. I wns swinging under tho pear trees in tho back yard when the poultry made a grcnt fuss, and I looked around to find a hawk perched on a stump not far off. It was evident that he was nftcr ono of the chickens for brenkfast, ami 1 ran in and told grnndmn. 'A hawk, eh ? ' she replied as she laid nside a milk-pan sho was scouring. ' Well, we must go out nud beat on the old tin pail !jnd shout nud scare liim off....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, Stock and Station Agents, VALUERS, Auctioneers and Land Agents, BALKAN A h I-, AGENTS FOU — TBo Australasian Mortgago anil Agoncy Co* . Limited Jf. C. Walker nnd Co. Perinewati, Wright and Co , Limited Victorian I nsuranco Company Tho Australian Mutual Provident Society jRislly's Narandera Pino Timber. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank. Incorporated by Act of Council, 185S. PAID UP CAPITAL— ^500.000, with power to increase to jfil, 000,000. Bksp.rvk Fitnd— £250,000. . HEAD OFFICE : SYnVny. ' LONDON OFFICE : 2 Kino Wilmam Strbrt) £.0 ltsttncFics throiiKfioiit Now South Walesomrtytccns ?miT ; Affejits in a)] Mi* othor Colonics am I 'in 'brat t Britain, America,. Imfiii, C1ifnrv;nnd eorrcspondont tho principal cities of the worM. r Tlie Ban); discount** bills, grants cash credits, make* adrances on approved becurrt}*, negotiates product bHltsaiid document*, {amies drafts or letters of crudft and negotiates or collects bills payable at any o the i&bove-mui...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Balranald Hotel (TATTERS ALL'S) to*~ar J, .MUJIPHY nG^io h'or friomlh- imd'iWi ' ' '? JQ- public, tint h'ib 1ms now tilion ilio . aIjuvo woll-kw-wn It will lie, her ' «:i icivour to conduct the liiisiln'ssVnii that it may omnparo fuvimriilily jv'.;- ; , 'Metropolitan Hntals in ?'aUiy6ti!-iuei»'-aml jp, ;' . ' Every attention to Boarders aud Visitors .Tho largest and most commodious houao ' in town, Stf the ?glcjit IgranAjS' ;aUwnjs iu £tocK» First-class StabHns. Billiards. m7j. MURPHY, Proprietress. - iA-MERY'S -? : Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, ! ? PltnlMtlKTOltS. Messrs. m-mahon bugs. \*k to no'iify to tile jiiilillH of Uit'N 'luimlil and district, that they- Iihvu - 'taken tlio iiliovti wolUknown: Ii'itclj mill iio'i'm' by 'Riving ovory -attention, to Wierita fair sltm-e of Hupporl. ' ' Every accommodation, wuli huinu comforts.: / ...... Sample Rooms fur Commercial Travellers. - ' - ? ' Good Billiard Table. ; First oIabb Stabling Accommodation. 'i Best Brands ulwnvs hop*. M...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Wk havo rocoivod tlio December number of the Australnuiim Sketcher, with the ex ception of a comic picture entitled 'Tent ljfe' representing two men in a teut at night time, ono wonts to read the other sleeps and Bnorcs, resulting in a general ? fracas,: tho other sketches are landscapes from various districts. Flemini'ton race uourue under watev and tlie Hoods iu the (jiolbourn. valley famish the subject of two pictures, Tropical sceues .in Queensland, aiid Buburlmu outings near Sydney, two liioro and- very good sketch is the front is-pieee representing tho coach on the road between the East aud West coast ol' New 1 Zealand, uftcv changing horses at a way side inn. Answer Tub — Did you fever know any person to bo ill, without inaction of tho stomach, liver or kiduoyB, did you over ? know one who was well when eitlior was V obstructed or inactive J and did you over knew or' hear of any case of the kind that Dr. Smile's American Hop Uitters ?would not euro i A»k your neighbour tho aa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

BOOTS. A. A. Williams BEG to »d visit li.xviug pnrchusud a parcel of BOOTS, which aro of thu bust quality, having been faithfully nnulo to Ilia onler and overhauled by an expert, tlierefom he can recommend them to those who desire a thoroughly good wearing Boot, for the least money. CLOTHING. I have forwarded some capital lines in M ION'S and BOYS' SUITS, TROUSERS and VESTS,. Under shirts und Pants, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, &u„ aud respectfully draw the attention of the Gents to the remark able value in these special lines. Ill Manchester and Fancy Drapery I offer Imrgaiu' of tho most desperate character, and guarantee the quality of euch line to be more than value. LACES. I have forwarded some very special lines in SILK LACES in all the leading and beautiful shades, und beg to draw the attention of tho Ladies to these. Site glitamt glccarticr WEDNESDAY, 30th NOVEMBER

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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MARGARET'S FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

MARGARET'S FRIEND. ' Cheston, who do you suppose was the bolle of Mrs. Allen's ball J' inquired littlo Mrs. Viney, ' My dear Bister, you know f do not frequent balls, and consequently do not number very many belles among my circlo of acquaintances,' ' Hut you know this one, or used to. Have you forgotten Margaret Castlemaino ?' ' Margaret Cnatlemaine I That child a belle I' ' Why not? Sho is not such a child ; she tflust be eighteen at least, Cueston, ' True— it is four years since last I saw her. Is she pretty, Helen ?' ' She is more than that,' sho replied, thoughtfully. ' Handsome, then?' ' No, not handsome j that docs not describe her ; she is lovely I' exclaimed the lady, impulsively. ' And yet she was a very quiet looking girl.' ? ' But sho always had beautiful eyes, so clear and trustiug. Sho»is an undoubted belle, nnd has improved amazingly.' 'You surprise me,' said Cheston Dale. ' Tho dcinuro little student a belle I' ' Sho is demure still, after a fashion. I do not wonder ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CHAPTER XXVIII. A SAD TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

iftovetet. 'DAYS of crime -AND YEARS OF SUFFERING An AuxowoaiiArnr. v .. i . ,- (Reprinted from '' The Australasian' of - ; i ? * 1867 by_Spocial Permission-) CIIAPTEU XXVIII. A SAD TEAQEDY. - In that Bnthursb Gaol tlioro wero sadder v - things still for mo to learn. Two months prior to my being summoned as a witness ' m Larry's caso, a donblo murder hnd been committed somo Dfty miles from Bathurst. The oiroumstances wero briefly thoso : — A i ; man named Georgo Subastian, who had ]UHt arrived 111 the colony from California, . collect at a sottler s hut, in which 'lived n shopherd anclhis reputed wife. The travel - lor lmd with Inm about twenty-live ounco3 . - ^ ? of gold. This ho very imprudontly turned out on tho hut tablo to show tho shepherd. ' Cupidity was thus excited; and in tho ;...- courso of tho night, tho shepherd, when ho thought his guest was fast asleep, r / ..- ; ?.-? - 1 attempted to tako tho gold from uuder his ' ' ? . hoad. Tho attompt, however, caused tho - man to...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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An Important Rabbit Case. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

An Important Rabbit Case. At the Ivnnhoo Police Cpurt on b- Friday, 18th inst, beforo Mr\ G. H. p- Gower, P.M., of Wilcannia, Henry W Webb, of Baden Park Station, was ; : churged by A J. Clark; Rabbit In- p spector, with a breach of the Rab it 1 5 Act in neglectin.' to continue to des- [?'???? troy rabbits on Baden Park run. De fendant pleaded not guilty and was de- - : fended by Mr. Borluse. *?'??? Abraham John Clarke deposed : I -'?* am a Rabbit Inspector under the Rah bit Nuisance Act. I produce Gazette of 10th Auuust, 1885, of my appoint- ?: ment. I know Baden Park and Mr. Webb, the defendant is manager. The area is 208.000 acres I have heard many complaints of the way Mr. Webb treats his rabbiters in* exorbitant v. charges for rations. The run is very \ heavily infested, much more so than v ?: the Stoney iiise from Wilcannia to Iviuihoe. [? . Several men who I spoke to said they would not go to lladen Park 011 account : ' of the heavy station charges ; it' suffi cient men were ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Murrabit. Nov. 26 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Mjiirrabit. (From our own Correspondent.) Nov. 26 : - Tho weather is keeping , remarknbly cool for this tinie of the year, we havo only experienced a couple of hot days so far and then the wind has changed to the south. ;Tho crops ure ripening very slowly, a-^fow days of real hot weathor /would soon bring them in, a lew iiirniers will commence stripping next week if the woather is favorable, but the week after, stripping will be general. ? The crops are not going to yield as good as was anticipated a while auo, soiiio of the paddocks show a lot of white heads, fully one-third have got blighted:;in. some places. Every crop is affected with rust more or less, but I don't think it will hurt the crops— stive somo of tho irrigated ones which are very badly u fleeted. A great deal of wheat has been cut this season for liny, nnd a chuff-cutting plant is liein' kept very busy. Mr. Duniel M'Kay cut about 35 acres for hay, which has yielded 80 tons of chaff, 'ull of whu h hns been trucked awa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Poetry. My Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

: , lPoetl'^ : ? ? ? ? ? - :-N - My Iliny. s ' . ? A little golden band, . :? That (its my smallest finger v ?:' . Of one fair, well-shaped band, . : , ? ? What mem'rics round it linger, . ... A bit of polished gold, ? In value but a trifle ; :? It brings up days of old, v. , ; - . And thoughts I vnin would stifle. ? ?? I've worn it not for years, ? ? . Not since we had our trouble, ? When parents scorned her tears And burst our sweet love-bubble* :: . A worn .out golden band — ? -It raado a scene most trying, v. .. When by my dressing stand 'Jwns found this morning lying. : . ?; Engraven on it thero was— 'Alas I the name of Jessie. \ It made a scene because -My wife was christened Bessie.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Gazatte Notices. Arthur Nelson Barnett, Esq., P.M., has been appointed a member of tho , Local .Land Board for the Land Dis- ' v triot of Wentworth vice M S Lovo, | Esq. J Diseases in Sheep Act. — The nttea- (| . U ti.in 'of owners possesed of less than/' \ ? p I 500 sheep, and butchers, dealers, and^ salesmen in called to section 42 of the above Act, which requires that their runs nnd premises bo registered with tlie Sheep Inspector for the district, on or before. .the 14th of January next. Owners of more than 500 sheep niitst according' to section 79 of the same Act make a return to the nearest 'Clerk of Petty Sessions, on or before the 1st of January next- A line of £20 for non-compliance will be strictly enforced. Forms of returus can be obtained' from Clerks of Petty Sessions or Inspectors , of Stock or ut any- Police Station..; 1 According to regulation 40 of the Pastures and Stook Protection ? Act, 1880, similar returns of all liorseB, cattle, und sheep (whutevor number, even...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Notes Now and Then. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Notes Now and Then. (By J. M.) Since the beginning of the seventies, when stations in the back-blocks first made a move in the direction of im provements, the back country has taken the pride of place in furnishing thoso voturies classed under the title of wor shippers of bacchus.- Not that the poor unfortunates ever had' much opportu nity of imbibing the deep draughts, &c, sung^of ih peetry, but us far as. whisky or befer-driuking were concerned, the lat ter not beihg always procurable, owing to the absence of breweries within a reasonable distance of tl.e seat of war, they — the representatives of labour I mean— might justly be proud of their drinking achievements. But very' often the wayside inns were reduced ...to the dire extremity of manufacturing their ou^u intoxicants if some unfortunate wrated- water manufacturer, who under stood the manipulation of spirits of wine, did not happen to drift their way, but should they be happy enough to get one, 'twas then the word wo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Balranald District Hospital. The monthly meeting of the above in stitution was held 011 Friday, the 18th inst. at the Commercial Hotel. Present Mssbi'b. Boyntou, president, in the chiiir,. Smith, Wightman, Cameron, Lobsey, Beaty und the Secretary. ? ? ; ? ? The minutes of the last meeting of the I4th of October were read and con iirmed. Tho banl&book was tabled showiug a credit-balance or L140 14s 9d. Accounts amounting to L50 4s. wero passed for payment. . Offers by Mr. ' Andrews of the ' Grazier' Hay, and. Mr. Garside, Box Hill, to send the ' Grazier' and ' South ern Cross' free, were accepted with thanks, and the Secretary instructed to write to that effeot, The Dootor'a report was read In hospital on October 1, 2, admitted 8 discharged 7, and 3 remain ; Ootober 20 a Mrs. Chapman arrived by steamer, suffering from compound fracture of the leg, and was admitted by permission of the President, and his notion - was en tirely uml unanimously upproved of by the committee. The ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

HumanlRecklessnesa. A «ingulnr-feutirc in tho nnkc np'of man kind ia tlio recklessness of life, which at times bccomes epidemic. Some foolhardy man nets the examplo, ns diil Webb in his uttempt to swim the rapids of NiagHra Falls, nnd immediately ho has followers tho world over who attempt dangerous feats from which no benefit, pecuniary or otherwise, van ensue Hut recklessness of life is not confined aloue to this class of people. We aio all of its ''aily eiieouuteiing a dangor of far greater magnitude, which concealment for a time robs of its terrors: It is so in sidious in its approach, f.istetiiug itsalf with a deadly grip on the hody- before any i«l pahle oviJence [is exhibited that the vitality is aappod, onr'constit.itions undermined, and we are miido wrecks., physically and ment ally, beforo wo havo beeu alarmed. We re for to diseases of tlio kidneys, those subtle organs placed in our body to pin ify, our blood and in connection (ivitli pur biiwels, to elimi nate ull the was...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Euston. November, 24. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Euston. (fkoji our own cokrsfondent) November, 24. A nice nven mob of 325 Bulla Downs (.Q) bullocks in good order, crossed the Murray here to-day for the Melbourne markets, Mr. VV. Canny iu charge. The mob were a tine quiet lot, aud the many onlookers that nsualjy gather at such occasions did not get us much fun us is 8oi|ietimes experienced at cattle crossings. The swim waB a very long one, but by placing small lots iu at a time, with two boats to prevent them ringing, they ,were all safely lan ded in about: two hours. The raqing fever is beginning to shew up among u-! ugitin, some four or five local horses, including our old favorite, Reporter, are to be seen taking the usiiul exercise, und we hope to see some good running this coming season. The prizes are small, but it is expected the entries will be great. A very sad and fatal accident hap pened to Willie Mathieson, of Ejistoii;; whilst lie was eiigaged.cartingj a tank of water at Swan Hill 011 Tuesday ' morn ing. It appears th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Fatheius Gcttino Whi,. — My ctuifjhtora i Bay, ' How much lietter futhcr is since lio used l)r. Soulo's American Hop Hitters. He iu getting well ufter liis long suffering from n diseaso declared incurable, and wc i ore 8o glad, ho UBed yonr Hitters ' A lady | of lioeheater, N. Y. ' Utiua Heruld.' Wanted GOOD Scctmd Haud HORSE- WORKS, complete. MALCOLM & BEATY. WANTED tin energetic jYoung Lidy for the Sales. — Apply stating 'salary to j A. A. WILLIAMS, jy Snow und Room, a Ballarat. | I TIT ANTED — RABBITERS on VV Mageutaj With Plant pie « {erred. , . — -«j . ? ? Apply the Manager, Balranald Presbyterian church. ACake, Fruit, & Knick-knack Fair. ii . . will lie lield. in tho MASONIC HALL, «? on tlio afternoon and ovoning of ! FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30th. K —ADMISSION FREE — v) MesdameH Lawrence, McPherson, j-i Cameron, R. D. Murray, und Misses v! MoPIitTiion, und Calder, will preside aud assist at the table. R. BEATY, : 1 Hon. Sec. Balranald Presbyterian . | €hurclu ?;'/ TTI...

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The Sculling Championship [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

The Sculling Championship The gre it contest between Beach and Hanlan for the Championship of the World, was rowed on tboNnpean River on Saturday last, and resulted iu a vic tory for the ? former by barely two lengths. - Official time, 19miu. 55|sec., which 'is believed to be tho fastest on record. Length of course 3 miles and 330 yards. According, to all accounts the weather must have been fearfully bad, helivy rain fulling before aud dur ing .the race, without intermission, -and everybody was more or less drenched. The result was expected, aud the win ner was backed at. 5; to 3, aud after half the distance had beeu rowed at 10 to 1. Nevertheless, it wus in no way u one sided' victory Beach, himself, udmits that it was the hardest race he ever rowed, and to bhv that- he held his opponent cheap, or played with him, or beat him as he liked, is ridiculous non sense. Hanlan fought gamely to the finish, and was beaten in a fair, manly, and houourable style by a better man. As a result o...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Balranald Municipal Council. MONDAY.—NOVEMBER 21 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Balrar aid Municipal Council. Monday. — November 21 Present : The Mayor (Aid. Close), Aid. Boyuton, Cram, Griiiliutu and Bitr low'. ' ?' '?' ? 1 ' ?' il ? The minutes of ; the two past meetings held on. the 2.4th ult of ,7th inst wei«:. read anu confirmeiL The B-ink-bni/k showing-a credit bal.uice of ,£188 19s. 7d. was tabled. Tlio Works Cnuimiitee reputed having measured the'liinestoiie delivered for use in Bal lantlella-Htieet, found the quality. first-' elass. ? Tho inward and outward cor le^pondeiKe was read. On the application of Lhe Rev. T. T. Harvey, the Lodge of Good Templars was granted the use of the Council Chambers one evening per week. ' ' - - The Clerk was instructed to write to Mr. J. Kelly, Bridge House Hotel, informing him that the. Council had no power to grant him permission, until the street had been alined to erect a verandah in front of his house, lint that he coula use his own discretion tr- do BO. The Inspector of Nuisances pursoant to his letter of complaint...

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Court of Quarter Sessions. NOVEMBER 14. (Before His Honour JUDGE BACKHOUSE.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

? ? .. Court qf Quart Sessions, i ' NOVEMBIi.l 1 4. His H iiiour. J.ODOE; Back* house.) 1 Joseph' Mithuws nud Miohitel ..Qui n n wero clhtrgeil with assaulting uud rob bing oxta Harry Pompey, an aboriginal «f.£7. Tho following gontlemen formed the jury ? D. B. Irvine (foreman) J. Koll.v, GC 11. Hillnrroiiin, E. Hutohingi,' Hy. Griffin, S. J. Hyde, Arthur Hinile Torn- Kiildr J»s. D-ily, A. J. Dixou, S.' Ki nj{r Mild . Tboa. Harrison. Mr. Merewellicr .jnosecnted 011 be half of the Crown, Mr. Robertson : de ?' fended prisoner Qiiinu, Matthews was undt'f'jndiid: ' . Mr, Robertson made application tliat i tilir sura o£- £10— Ibuiid ou prihOner Quiun — be restored, to his lirotlier, Pat ? ' i'ick' Q'.iiiin, wbo'stated tin Oatlj'* that, hiu Uud given bfs brothi-r « cheque for L13, receivi'il frmn Mr. Li w relict*, of Cau aily. His- Honour decidod that any stun over L7j the ol-ject of the charge slio'itd be returned. to, prisoner's liiother. ? Mr. MeKPwotlier rend the Act that ? «oiimU tote...

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Miscellaneous. In Arcadia. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887

filMscellaneous. In Arcadia. Bocauso I choose to keep my scat, Nor jo i iM.h o giddy dancers' whirl, I pray do not laugh my girl, Nor ask me why I find it sweet In my old ngo to watch your glec— I, too, have been in Arcady. And though full well I know I seem CTuitc out of place in scones like this, You can't imngiue how much bliss I I gives me just to sit nnd dream, As you flit by me gracefully, now I, too, c'hveU in Arcady. For, sweetheart, in your merry cyos A vanished summer buds nnd flows, -A*nd with tho same bright chceks of roso I seo your mother's image rise, And o'er a long and weary track My buried boyhood wanders back. And as with tear-dimmed oyes I cast O11 your sweet form my swimming glance, I think your mother used to danco Just as yon do in that dead past, Long years ngo — yes, fifty-three — When I, too, dwelt in Arcndy. And in the music's laughing note3 I seem lo hear old voices ring Tii at havo been hushed, ah I many a spring. The echo of a melody . ' I used to bear ...

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