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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF. MELBOURNE. * . ARRIVED.' • ■ March 2.—Brillinnt, schooner, lrom Svdncv 25th ult. ~E»gIe, schooner, from Sydney 25th ult.-'-Retnover soqooucr, from Hobart Town 34tb ult. ^Wfewh 3.—Sebim, schooner, from Newcastle, N.S.W., jWtttt. Uit.—William Buchanan, barque, from Nowcastln, *«.3.W-i Ult.—Elizaboth. sohooncr, from Svdnev 25th nit. Mwcli 4.—City of Sydney, A.S.N. Co.'? s.s.s, from 1Sy3niy lit lUst., with seventeen cabin, mid t-.vouty-night , #tear*g«,pussoiigors.—Zephyr, schooner, from Hobart Town 'JOtil ult.—Highlander, schooner, from Valparaiso ^.tir Bfioorabcr.—Bmra Burra, s.a.R., from Adelaide 1st fast., witli five cabin, und fifty steerage, pa-isengerg.— Sybil, gohooner', from Auckland, N.Z., ISth ult., with *oven cabin, and fifteen steerage, passenger*. > BAILED. '' Jlttreh 2.—Prince of Wales, schooner, for Newcastle. -rr-F«aolU, stenimor, foi Launccston.—John and Lucy, fjhip, for Bombay.—Benjamin R. Milam, Bhip.—Agnoa, ij^jeotjor, for Adelaide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 March 1856

Sandhurst Directory, a. .i-BBOTT'Sflntcof Birmingham) "Australian Hotel," ■J\ White Hills-roiul. An ordinary flt one o'clock, tliiilv. G.iprOO A DELAIDE OBSERVER OFFICE.—Gold bought, J\. Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Haruey, proprietor.' CATHOLIC PRAYER. BOOKS ill Velvet, Morocco, and nil descriptions of Bindings, nt tlio Catholic Honk Di'fiot, lUO Elimboth-streot, Melbourne. " Dr. Cahill's Letter to Lord Pnlmerston'' free by post for 12 pfnnv stamps. 542o C, C. M'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-water }t Manufacturer, Tilcrae-street. Late C. and J. M'Dqnald. n" "bOFER' & BOBATITAN, Military Tailors, Pall n -f 11 TVOBHt "iBUOT.HERS, Cider, Syrup, 'anil ' Cordial •-V/ -MannractttreM, Bridge-street, 66Gmnrll: " kit. WALL, Bosquet HajzluiiSt reels, While f - iliils Hamlet. 7th White Hill. .. " . Mall. marl! WHAtCOCk, Weighbridge Proprietor, ■ and *,X- .Genera! Commwsitm-Agent, next< ho Post Office. 'l'TOIililNOSWORTIi, lMimibsr, Glazier, nnd'P...

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ASSAY AND BULLION OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 March 1856

ASSAY AND BULLION OFFICE. Mr. Carpenter reports— '"'-."Good samples of gold, both alluvial and quartz, still ftoatinue to realize high prices. Notwithstanding tint decrease in the amount of gold sent down by this week's «seortythe quintitv brought into the market daily will at once show that there is still plenty left in these iiclds to give ample remuneration to the steady and indus trioUB, and I 'trust that it will long continue to remain »o, as it is a goodly sight to nee the individual miner eell the proceeds of his labor tit n fair profit. I hate received some fine gold from Tarrcngower iWb week; and Mr. Walker informs mo that the qnartz-reefs on the whole, in that locality, bit looking well, whilst some anticipate large yields. The wlebrated Windmill Hill Reef bids fair to eclipse the far-fumed Ballcr.steQjs. I shall be enabled to give you •otnething in my nest that will, I hope, speak volumes tot Bendigo." The Argil* of Wednesday savs— ■' m The recent rise in the price of gol...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 March 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR Advertiser Office, Wednesday evening. Gold still retains its former quotation, ,£3 10s. Od. ■ The competition between the brokers during the Inst wreck was brisk and energetic. 'J'ho. demand for gold iu Melbourne is greater than the supply. Merchants now aod'iVto their advantage to remit to Englnud in gold, In consequence of tlio premium charged by the Bank? for drifts. . This cansn c.dds the mercantile clnsn !'i the JSel of gold-buyers, in order to save tho premium emerged by the Banks—1 per rent., the present rate of exchange charged by the Banks,—which requires tfteiaerchont to pn.y that rate extra in proportion to the amouut he remits to England. But faking the ove rage price of (fold ltfd., the merchant nnn afford to j»«y Od. extra, und then remit his ainonnt3 n shade les< than by purchasing bills on London from the Hanks. For iaat/ince. 1 per cent. added to £!) lfis. would make It Ids. 0 l-9d. Tho rise in the pr...

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HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 March 1856

HOSPITAL MEETING. A monthly meeting of the Hoard of Manage ment of the Bendigo Hospital was held on Tues- day evening last, at tho Board-room ; the following membors being presont:—Mr. O'Conor (in the ab senco of the Chairman, a1; the commencement of tho session, being voted to the ohair), Dr. Bac- chaus, Dr. Barnett, Mr. Pike, and tho Honorary Secretary,—subsequently Dr. Roche, and Messrs. Casey and Sullivan arrived. Tho minutes of tho last meeting having been road, Dr. Barnett took excoption to tho wor.lti " irregular and disgraceful discussion," inserted by the Honorary Secretary, referring to a discussion which took p aco at tho last meeting. The Honoraiy Secretary should keep the strict minutes, and hot bo adding to or commenting upon them. The Honorary Secretary thought the words wore quite correctly inserted. Ho did not soe tho neces sity for taking verbatim minutes of all that took place, but could do so. Ho wished tho Board to define how he was, in future, to tako them. A d...

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GIPPS LAND. (From the Argus Correspondent.) Port Albert, 28th Feb., 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 March 1856

GIPPS LAND. (From the Argus Correspondent.) Port Albert, 28th Feb., 1856. Omeo.— This goldfield continues steadily to pro- gress. About two hundred diggers are at work there, and are said to be doing well. The store keepers at all events have great faith in its suc- cess, which will be great if the quantity of stores now being taken up is any indication of the future. NICHOLSON.— Small quantities of gold occasion- ally finds their way down from this goldfield, but as yet we have not had the weight likely to arrest the attention of diggers on the Melbourne side. Enough however, has come to hand to show that here we have a very extensive (and, I believe, rich) goldfield. A small parcel came down yester- day, obtained seven miles from the spot where the sample was got noticed in your issue of the 20th inst. A gentleman residing here has just returned from a visit to the Nicholson, and he assures me large quantities are held by the few parties work- ing there, but that they declined sel...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Tuesday, 4th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. ( FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Tuesday, 4th March, 1856. It would appear that beyond the settlement of partnership disputes the labors of the Local Court are limited to a narrow compass, i.e., if I may   judge from the numerous complaints I hear of its want of power, by miners who most unsatisfacto- rily go to it, for the purpose of redress, or even for the purpose of having the rules of the Court itself carried into effect, laying aside the indivi- duality of cases, to make no specific charge, in which I might find the usual difficulty in substan- tiating fail, who have come under my notice. I may mention one which has lately been brought before the public, viz., Hill v Pullar,— in this case defendant acknowledged having jumped com- plainant's claim without (according to rule) hav- ing obtained the authority of the Warden to do so, and is fined £1 and some costs for so doing, the claim to be given up to him. Now, as I am in- formed the complainant Hi...

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LOLA MONTES AT BALLAARAT. (From the Herald) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 March 1856

LOLA MONTES AT BALLAARAT.       (From the Herald) We abridge the following from the Ballaarat Times of Monday. : — Most of our readers are aware that Madame Lola Montes is at present, or was until Saturday evening, under an engage- ment to Mr. Crosby, who was in fact her Barnum, and from what we are able to understand about half houses, quarter houses, benefits, &c., it was expected that both Madame Lola and Mr. Crosby would reap a rich harvest on this gold-field ; but owing to some shortsightedness of Mr. Crosby, he has not only destroyed his own prospects, but involved his fair impersonie in a disgraceful and discreditable imbroglio, with which she ought not to have had any connection. It is necessary be- fore we give any account of the disturbance to state that Madame Montes had a share in the proceeds of the Theatre ; and on one evening the house was so full, that she expected to receive at least £80 more than Mr. Crosby thought pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

Merchandise. 0! _ BUILDING MATERIALS. kN SALE, AT GRIPJi'S TIMBER YARD, BULL STREET ; 300,000 feet 1 in. American tongucd and • grooved boards , . 100,000 feet do. do. do. do. 250,000 feet 1 in. do. clear pino 800,000 feet 1$, 1 j, and 2 in. do. ' ,. 20,000 feet Scotch flooring boards, 0x1 1-fij • ; i ; 10,000 feet roofing battens . 80,000 feet deal quartering ., , 100,000 feet weather-boards # ll .150,000 feet lining boards 2,000 Bnltic red deals, 7, 8, and 9, x 3 solid , *. cots ' 40,000 feet i, J, 1 in., 1J, li, and 2 in. cedar ■ 500 doors, single and double moulded,_all j 750 pairs sashes, glazed, nil sizes. : 8,000 feet moulding?, various patterns ; 3,000 feet architraves 10,000 feet skirting boards Cedar 'i'unied Work, consisting of— Table legs Washstnnd do. Sofa rails Also, ..Wheelbarrows Iron buckets Boring bita Sledge hammers Nails Bolts Loci? Smith's coals" „ ' . Do. vjrees Bar iron, best BBH crown.. : 244c . „< .. ■. V" ;—' Stoves of a new stylk jtuit received,...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

-1 • Sandhurst stocic market. The demand for Horses is still maintained, and good prices are Realized for fair draught stock. We are at! a loss to conjecture how this particular trade keeps a'o lively, unless it is that the slow and sure game of puddling is again on the increase, and parties who have been unfortunate at quartz-mining have again taken to that more certain avocation. Our market has been more than ordinary brisk at our lut week's quotations. Inferior stock quite unsaleable. .First class draught, £00 to £80; second do.. £.10 to £05: inferior, adapted for puddling, i2!jto£38; good hack, alow of sale, .£'23 to .£-10; liK'l)t harness horses, £98 to £10common hacks, nominal. Tip carts, according to quality, £20 to £20. Fat sheep, lfis.; ordinary do, 10s. to 13s. Goo:l tic. triund for more-sheep, none in the market. ' Beef, 35s. L. MACPIIEIISOK & CO., Auctioneers, Horse taw,.Pall Mull. Swdhurot, /i'1 March, 1800, l Jones's Horse Bepositorv, Bendigo, 7ih Mnrch, 1850. ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, 7th March. Present: The Chairman Councillors Sullivan, Simons. Bell. and jones. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

municipal council. . v Friday, 7th March. Present: Tho Chairman, Councillors Sullivan, Si mons. Bfill. firvl .Tnnoe ■The minutes having been read and confirmed, ' The Clerk read several unimportant letters, ad dressed by him to various persons, and one re £ .ceived from Mr. Townsend, acknowledging bis ap pointment as Inspector of Nuisances. The ■Chairman also road a letter ho had re ... ceived from Mr. Townsend, drawing his at tention to the clause of the Towns' Act relative to carters, and requesting instructions ; also request ing a written- acknowledgment of his appointment as rtn authority for his acting. ' ■ The Clerk also read three other letters: one from the Chief Secretary's Office, stating that it wals tho opinion of the law officers of the Crown . that the Councillors could not be exempted from Serving on juries, but requesting to be informed how much of the time of the Chairman and Clerk . w*s occupied with their municipal and magisterial duties. - A second from the Actu...

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BENDIGO MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

BENDIGO MARKETS. . The supply of goods this week has been considerable and demand pretty brisk. Sugars—for which wo have no quotation—still on the advance ; other goods nearly same price as Inst quotation. ■ I The following are the prices of the week :— ! Flonr.—Adelaide, per ton. £40; Chilian, ,£08, j Oats.—Colonial, per bushel, 10s. Od.Scotch, 10a. < Bran.—Adelaide, -Is. to -Is. 3d. per busbol. Barley.—10s. per bushel. " ! Hnv.—Oaten, £11 per ton." 1 Potatoes.—£10 to £18 per ton. c ' Onions.—.£'25.per ton. • . I Sugars.— N o fixed price. ' . { Butter.:—Cork, iii demand. j Candles.—Sperm, ditto. ; ■Rice,—Patna undressed, £28 per ton ; Java, £?.&. : Tea.—Congou, £8 per chest. ] Pickles.—Pints, lis. per dozen; quarts, 10s. ; S. JONES, Auctioneer. ■: Auction Mart, Pall Mall. Ttli March, 1850.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

rpO be Lot by tender, on a building lease, two Shop L Frontages, situated in Williamson-street between the Shamrock Hotel and the Viotoria Library, being part of allotment one. section elovon, portion C, town of Snndhnrst. The frontage is 28 feet by a depth of 50 feet, with a right-of-way to the back of the allot ment. Tenders will be received up to the 2lst instant, at the Victoria Libr'ry, where a plan of the pround can be seen. The proprietor will not necessarily accept the highest or any tender. 631mnrl3 VICTORIA LIBUAKY and Stationery Wurehousa, Williamson-street, opposite Burall'a Union Hotel. -New Hooks arrived i—Warren'= Miscollanie j V-tt -Hi, Thrtokeray's Ballads, Pea> ennis, nnd Ne » o<.uus, 6$2mfu5 AnctlOB. TUKSDAY, 11th MARCH. LMACPIIKRSON and CO. have received Umtrtto. i tions to sell by auction, on Tuesday, tlio 11th Itui.j at tlieir rooms, Pali Mall, at 12 o'clock, All that valuable Building Land, tho corner of Williamson-street and Harjjrarc*- Meet. ha...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. IsquBST.—On Wednesday the Coroner, Dr. Roche, held an inquest at the Welcome Inn, Eagle Hawk, on the body of James Mills. It appears that the. deceased, a digger being uuwell, left off work some three weeks since. On Monday last the deceasod kept his bed and continued to get worse up to last Friday. He was attended by a neighbor named D« Witt, who supplied him with food as fav as liis means would allow. On Friday evening ; finding that ho was getting worse De Witt gave infor mation of the case at thn Eagle Hawk Polico Station, I mid by instructions received there came to the Sand hurst Camp and acquainted the authorities, when Mr. Kirk, the Inspector of Police, took him to Mr. Panton, who informed him that he had a bed at the hospital but did not know whether it was disengaged or not. He was subsequently informed there wns n.)t room. lie was then sent by Mr. Panton to the Coroner, whom, however, lie did uot see, aud he acquainted Mr. Kirk with the fact. On Sunday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

'bexdigo ADVERT I Ell • f JOBBISO AND GENERAL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. MESSRS. MACKAY AND CO. Beg leave to; acquaint tlieir friends and the public, thai ihey have completed arransreraents for the addition of a Jobbing and I General iYintlug Office to their present Establishment, by I vrliteh the}* are enabled to execute Jobs of every variety, Books, Pamphlets, Public Documents, Catalogues, &e. -FOSTERS, IN Villi VARIOUS SIZES, t , PUiin and Gulon'd; CARDS VIUNTKD J 25 TUB KEATflST STYLE, ' Vhi'Wf Colored, and Ornamented. * Tn addition to the above, they have procured founts of Italian Script, and other ornamented letter typo, by which Cheques, Hills of Exchange, Receipt Hooks, &c.,&c., can be executed with as great-perfection as in any other ofllee in the Colonies. The scale of charges are calculated in strict conformity with the MELBOURNE PRICKS. ;

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PATRIOTIC FUND. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PATiilOTIC I'l'NU. (To the Editor of the JUndi<jo Advertiser.) Sir,—Would you idlow mo ihe favor i>f using your (Solumns to ask a question of ibo gentlemen connected with the I'ntriaiic Fund ;— " What lins'tieconiu of the proceeds and when is an account to be rendered." I nm, Sir, vouis trulv. QUEP.Y. To the Editor of the Bciuligo Advert iser. Sir,—In my letter of the 20th ult. relative*, to the proper mode of blasting I promised to point ant the va rious methods employed in semiring the ground in the largo mines nt home. In fulfilling that promise I feel that I am fur from being competent to do such an impor tant subject that justice it so properly deserves, and more especially when there are so ninny hundreds of lives on these nnd other diggings in so much danger. In order tv prove this assertion to your numerous readers I could name many claims on Bendigo that are now being worked in such an insecure manner as to endanger the lives of those ...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1856. THE CLOVEN FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

THE BENDIG-0 ADVERTISER. PKOOUKSSION, OUR KIQ11T3, AND OUR RESOURCES. ' SATURDAY, MARCH G,185(>. THE CLOVEN FOOT. By the report of the proceedings in the Legis lative Council of Thursday, it will he seen that the qnealio texata of mining on private property has been shelved for the present. The mountain has been in labor and less than a ridiculous mouse is the result. The mighty energies of that highly intellectual and dignified body which con stitute the Legislature of Victoria have been di rected towards the solution of a simple question which lies in a nutshell, but -whoso solution ths peace and the welfare of the country urgently de mand,—and these energies have resulted in nothing. True, as the Argus says, the question has been thoroughly ventilated, and the discussion may have the effect of assisting a future legislature to come to a conclusion. We trust that it may: But we have strong proof that the four days' wordy war which has been waged on this subject has only more ho...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

CAH-; OP GOOD HOPE. We have ktelligenco to the 17tli January. |Th« Cape Town Mail of that date contains a lengthened report by Mr, Wyley on the Smithfield go Id-digg ings, in reference to which the following editorial remarks are made "Mr. AVyley's report on the Smith field gold diggings may be regarded as his second lecture on the ' Geology of South Africa.' His attention was officially directed chieliy to a single point—the ex istence of gold in' certain localities where grains and nuggets of that metal were said to have been found. The sudden discovery of immense quan tities of pure gold in Califorum and New South Wales, furnished some excuse for the easy credulity with which pretended discoveries were listened to in this country, but none for the frauds, if any, practised by pretended discoverers. Comparatively little loss has been sustained, however, in this field, and the delusion had pretty nearly run its course before Mr. Wyley began his tour. Ilis conclusion is, that proof ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. March 5.—Champion, s.s.6., from Portlnnd, Port • Fairy, and M'nri'nnmbnol, 4lh inst., wiili fifteen cabin, and twenty steerage, passengers.—Blue Jacket, schooner, from Auckland, N.Z., 17th ult., with two cabin, and two steerage, passengers.—Alma, three-masted schooner, from Adelaide 28th ult., with three steerage passengers. ' ■—Mnriquit.i, schooner, from AVarrnambool !)rd inst.— Pilot, schooner, from Portland.—Toroa, schooner, irom Warmambool 3rd hist.—Mimmie Dike, schooner, from Adelaide 28th nit. March 6.—Amazon. American ship, from St. John's, New Brunswick, 3rd November, with one cabin passen ger.—Chimera, ship, from Liverpool 0th December, with ^five cabin, and thirteen intermediate and steerage, pas 'nangers.—Clarence, s.s., from Lauuceston.—Maid ol'the Ynrrn, b.s.s., from Launceston. SAI1ED. March 5.—Lndy Bird, steamer, for Launceston.— 'Qrieenj steamer, for Warrnitmbool. March 0-— Medway, ship, for Londou.—Caroline, schoone...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

-v . ; . SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. -' In reviewirig the markets for llie past, week we have to notice an unusual quietue33 for the season. Produce continues very much depressed, and it is impossible id to realize a-remunerative'price. Carriugo is still £10 per ton. ■ ' ' - Flour—contiiiiie3 very quiet, prices still drooping. We hear of sales of'Adeltiide at £40 per ton. Oats—move off slowly at Os. to Ds. Qd. fur Scotcli; 10s. for Colonial. Bran—without change, worth 3s. Od. to is, «-;.Hay—Iim been coming in freely. Sales have been #85eeted at .fill per ton, the quality generally lias been Inferior. • • v" •-.Sugars—are still very firm, and we don't think sales would be made under last week's quotations. Candles—remain firm at 2s. Pickles—pints lis.; quarts 10s. : Butter—firmer. Is. lOd, required, L. MACPIIEKSON &' CO., . - V Auctioneers, Pull Mall. ?th M*reJj,'1850.

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