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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 October 1914

. SMOKE DRIFT.. . . . There are at least 5000 men ou?t of work in Victoria. Berlin newspapers admit the loss of a.destroyer by a British submarine.. The Germans scored a'brilliant success against the Belgian forces at Antwerp. ' Victorian wool sales are about to re-open with a: catalogue of 42,000.bales.. British residents at Hong Kong are sending a contingent of.100 men to'the front. 'In our irrigation districts 0Os, 15s, and 20s per acre per annum is paid for water.. Mark Foy is: a prisoner of the Germans, and is on one of the Caroline Islands. ' In an ordinary season in this State 300,000 bales of wool pass under the hammer. Nativel: of : Cook and : other islands have. offered men and money for the war. The taking of evidence as to the damage motortraffic does to roads has been completed. The' Kaiseris intensely exasper ated at the sympathy for the allies dlisplayed by America. On Wednesday night six Zep pelin airships hovered, over Ant werp, dropping bombs. For the first time in...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 October 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. The race for the Caulfield Guineas on Saturday was marred by the failure of Traquette (the favorite) taking part in the race. She swerved as the barrier lifted, and got rid of her rider. The race- proved good for the second favorite, who.won comfortably from Burrabadeen and . New berry. Anna Carlovna was a solid favorite for the Caulfield Stakes on Saturday, and she justified the confidence of backers by winning pulling up from Uncle Sam, with .Philio in third position. Ulva's Isle put up a splendid performance in the Randwick Plate on Saturday, which he won in fine style by a length and a half-from Posinatus, with Lilyveil third. Ulva's'Isle's chance in the Melbourne Cup, in which he will carry Illb less than he carried to victory on Saturday, looks really good. The principal race to be run at Caulfield to-morrow will be the. Eclipse Stakes, which may be won by Anna Carlovna. The (iulfield Cup, which will be run on Saturday, promises to be a splendid ra...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 October 1914

REMNANTS OF LINOLEUMS & FLOOROLOTHS. SPECIAL SALE AT J. H. OOLVIN & OO.'S, J .... OOLVIN 0 CO.'S ants of Linoleum 6 feet wide. Remnants of Linoleum Ift. 6i . wide. Remnants of Linoleum ft. 91n wite Remnants of Linoleum 3 feet wide. 41 at special prices to clear, : } ; £ t4 g?? ?: :;': :? ? ? ?:}? ? ' +?'?+.?: +[+ "?? :;4:"; :"'[": [?+ ; ~ ~??'": ".. . "d" .. " "[ "" " +% ". ": :'l } +.: ' ' t; -: +: +' " ": I+ : ,? i ,'";:+?? .'' /*!- '" d" q , f II " " ? "': "+" -+q: Vl q '+ :, k :L+, . :""+'0 -' }: FoOTBA LS ! oFTALLS !- They winter is at liandn aid onr new:-stock of Foot balls are opened out. We have a large variety at 3s, 3s 6d, 4, s, 6s 6d, 7s Gd, 10s 6d, 15s 6d, ivith finest quality blad ders, Phonographs, Gramophones, Aci cordeons, Concertinas, and Mouthl Organ's in great variety at G. FoORD'S Tobacconist and Fancy Goods Dealer, Leongatlia. GrazingLands. ENDERS :wil-l be received on or before Saturday. 24th October, 1914, for_ the right -to graze on the undern...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 October 1914

MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPER ATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. Butter - Choicest .is, choice 1i'/4d to 113d, good to prime lid teoll1d, separators 10d to lld. Cheese-Prime 10at 6d, semi matured 8d, matured a shade firmer 10d to 10 d. Egge-9d to 9,d for ordinary and private lines, and a ,d higher for extra specials. Duck eggs 9j-d. Bacon -Light sides 10d to 10id, medium weights 9'd, heavies 8'd, middles lid, jackets 9d to 9/d. Wheat-4s 9d.- Oats- 3s 3d for prime milling, feed 3s 2d. hMaze-Prime Flat Red 3s Ild to 4s. Chaff-Choice oaten L6 5is, prime L6 and medium down to L5 10s. Onions-L11 5s is being obtained for< prime ..-samples. Potatoes-Carmans L5, choice Snowflakes L4.10s to L5. Medium and inferior 40s.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 October 1914

MiCartin & co, ".Leongatha. Sheep anid:Cattle Salesmen; Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents... CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha. Korumb'ra. Thurs . Friday. October .... 1 15 29: -. 9 23 November ... 12 26- ... 6 20 S- December ... 10 24 - .... 4 18 ,: ;: 'Denotes First Sale. . Agents for Sun 1ire Office;: Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tars aInd Agency Co. . . " : SHead office, Leongatha Branch office ,-Korumburra. - SLoans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. - 'OUR -NEXT SALE -i ON THURSDAY, 15TH OCT. S25 .Dairy Cows, milking: 60 Bullocks, Syrs old £ 150 i'horn Crossbred Lambs. . " EXTENSIVE Clearing Sale FISH CREEK. Friday, Oct. 16th. 1914, At 1 p.m. /oO~cCARTIN & CO. have received in ..L structions from MR H. J. TIB BALLS, who' has let his property, to sell by Auction on the Farm, 1½ miles from Fish Creek,uadjoining Boys Rail way Station, on the above .date, all his Well-selected -Herd of. Dairy Cattle, Horses, Pies, Milking Machiie, &amp...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 October 1914

. : ,- ..., ,o , -. : '-·:; ., · FR IRE ! CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES TI. -1 iS.'EL,'S. UIL IG, - , ". : ·Tb~i~D;o~i~s :i~oni-Old Boroert·E NEW Stock Stationery, Con S,.fectionery and School Books to hand, together with our usual supply of Newspapers jand Maga. zines. Tiokets forfEightHours' and SDruids' Art Unions. .Do You Want Good Value For Your Money ?. PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON T. H. COCHRAN, -:.Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS S- Coppersmiths, Etc.) :ATEi R. H. SIMON, "PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, OR the Following Lines :--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron SWork in connection with HIouses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected.- Dairy Utensils manufaiictured on the premises. Cycles new. and second hand), Cashor Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. :HOT and COLD WATER, GAS,...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Great Southern Line. ANNUAL RETURNS. KORUMBURRA TO PORT ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 October 1914

G'reat Southern ?riei~ AN^NUAL RETURNS. : ALBERT .. Thei aanniual- reort o6 theic torian Railway Comrmissipuers bs iuest to hand for year ending o?une th,. 1914, which. shows ;thatti"e .e??enue *-is., the -.highesit yet.re- , corded. On the :Southern.-lirne from Korunmbiurra to'Port *Albert the irevenue .showed an increase of :upwards::. of . five ;. thousaind 0bunds .over that of ]as.tyea'r, aid for' the 12; monhths ending lJune 30th.; 191, the line paid bet6ter than any previous-y ear, since its construction--thereturns being a record. The stations showing the largest increase being Alberton and'Port Albert; the former being served -by.. the growing township of Yarram:agnd thei hill country beyond, whilst. the :Goodwood timber .-trade swells the- re ceip.ts: at:. Port- Albert.: Both Leongatha and Korumburra show an increase over lastj year, but not equal to the years.1911 and 1912. Other stations that show an inciease are Ruby, Konwarra, Tarwin, - Meeniyan, Buffalo, Bennison, Agne...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 October 1914

* With: every promise .dfideaj] weather,: the High School sports and[ official opening of the sloyd room- oh Wednesday (to-morrow) shoild draw a large attendance of the public.: A special train from Foster in the morning, stopping at all-stations;, is: sure 'to be well patronised. Visitors, are invited to see the scholars at work'at the school from 11.30 to 12.15. -Upon arrival: .of :the Minister -and Director of Education, the Hon. J., E' Mackey, and inspectors under the Education Depalrtment, they will be interviewed by.the High, ' .School 'council re ýthe building ofa: hostel and the form ing of technical evening classes. The Melbourne visitors will be en tertained at. lunich at 12.30. -The first contest on the, sports pro granime-District Championship, -is :announced tor 1.30. A parade, of Jersey cattle has been fixed for 2.30;. district breeders having consented to bring.their best animals. A sale of stock by Messrs J.: M. Peck and Sons-will afterwards be held. Opening speeches...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

DENTISTRY. ii: McGOWAN and DUE, ;·<"(Recorded by the Dlental'Board-of Vic toria). All:ai Classes of Dentistry. Painless extra tions, 2/6 IH·ours 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. S Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 9 pm :;i:: rlgs Buildings, Bair Street, Leongatha; and 326 Malvern Road, Prahran MONEYSAVING ;COUGH MIXTURE. SPL~NDID HOME MADE REMEDY?. S.io/- SAVED ON EVERY PINT. The cheapest and 'most effective remedy for coughs; colds., throatl,and chest complaints; is made'ih your. own home; It is no trouble: to make, and every' pint means an actual saving of at least 0o/- forydourself. . The reasoni is: rlquitt simple- "'Al cough mixtures' contaih- a small prc portioh of concentrated-medicinal in. gredients .:ad a .large percenitage o' water and,:sweetening. If you buy thr, niedicinal ingredients only, adding the water and . sweetening yourselfi you save all the money you woLld other2 wise" pay 'for' svater,:: bottles;: corlks, israppers;, and mixing;: .Buy;-a bbottle of Heani's Essence from your che...

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HEIRS OF PROMISE [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

ti· P 'I .fEIRS OF PROKISB ---. (By Past-r IRssell.) ITedt:- "If ye be Christ's, then are ye SAb? ham'e Seed, and heirs accordin to the Promise.'" (Galatiansa iii., 29.). .l.ye Pastor began ,ib ) demonstrating ..from- Scripture that mankind is under the curee :of death, and that,the only way by wridi the world can 'ome under God's . eiweng' is by the '-briin g in of a new condition. And so, when God said to Abraham, "In thy S-Seed. shall all the Sfiniiies of the earth be blessed," He IASTD R Is • meant that -this Seed .sould roll away toe u ese of death and roll in the blessing of Mife in full. '. hen the Pastor pointed out that the' Logos left the"Heavenly courts and be came a human being-taking a lower nature than he had before-and was born of the stock of Abraham, in- order to be come the promised Seed which was to roll away the curse of death. He next showed ahy Jesus, according to the flesh, could. nOt'be the Messiah, the promised Seed. ' Even, in. HFis perfection, the man Jesu...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Leongatha Fox Terrier Club. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

: ei eongatha' Fo? Te rierl , jo rmniittee""meeting of the Sabdve'clihb Was'.ifeld at'the Othgo .Hoteln onTueiesday,; evehing, wneni there were: present-Mr: Sbl. Mad dern (in the chair), A:P. Bair, :i :Liddle, D Spencer, A. Simmoinos, : J. Stapleton, F Hartley H. :Atlkin, and L. H. Luniin •.:The minutes of the previous .meeting wiere .confirm:d: on the m.iotion :of .Miessrs Hartley and Liddle. : -Mr Speioer. moved ,-.and :Mr .. Atkin seconded, thiat 200 bo6oks of rules be prinited, anf that- the price -for .prinfin same subniikted by Mr R ?,ssiter ::be -accepted. Oarried. -The question of :.the number of rabbits thatg would bie eqiiredi for the openilng meeting on th@eh 28th October awasi then byrpght for .aird, and itwas decided o: the: motion.= of-: Messrs IHartley- and Bair ,that 60palirs of -rabbits be procured, ani.: that separate teni ders be cailled;- : each the ndirer a:llowed the privilege. of tnd ering for.:- the- whole or: r- halt 'of :the quantity required.:: The rabbits...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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NERRENA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

:??Th'e receipts -im?connectionw?wth are as follows sConietrt ainid biall, £11 3s, sale of blil calf(giftofMr H A. l.:Sill): £3. 7s 6d; dbonations, Mr: R.: Munro 21as? Miss?:Irvine 6s? Total: £15 17s?68d E::xpenditiiure •0ForE ~b ded to Patriotic Fpiid £15 ile, pireparing: floor: prin tingtf tickets etc; 16s 6d, Total £15 17s 6d. Then::iiame of. Mri E Bright wasi omitted from the:report of the concert. He w?as deservedly en coredl for the itedm he irendereld, his. fine tenor .:-voice being muchtih enjoyed

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

SMOKE ~DJ CR~l;IFT.···~ Dur·ing threeee~ days tenisfo the Davis Cup in Sydney the totalled I Ui000 - l.~The nnumbro h Lnda expeditionary force is obei creased to 100 000 rolba fought boeroically~invresj~ingi~ .thg capture of Antwer Lord .Curzorn stmgriTatsesi the 'German action in Belgia asth greatest cirime in history ; Berlin' newspapers ispea; 1-of England's " brutial self-seeking ambition; and cowardice The rails of the transcontinen line now stretch for ai disift)ance of 126 miles trom Kalgoorlief Germany is calling all mfen who have eien _in the -army';toi the colors, irrespective of age In Bruissels? there is osU yeatorflor erlittl meat and the bread:is uneatale There isittle doubt nowtha jDuriing tihe 'ipSaeas~~ta the onh utiiter:i~t'o "theY vairlue2 of L10~~9, 95i The hitFe~dea ii~lParliamenti yeifis teir ' ~ecognitioiv' o~fli herheomC~sacrm-Iti h?-Pr;ice oif?fGoods§? Boardu is threatenini ?extreimre meiasures againist obstinate holders ofrfood. ·-The -Geirman~s rw eakeniie...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

REMNANTS OF LINOLEUMS & FLOOROLOTHS -PECIAL SALE W ^ & *"\)nant .' . - * r . * - " * "1+ ' .i i .H. C LVIN & CO.'S, OQHOLVIN O. nantsof Linoleum 6 feet wide. Remnanit of l ft 6wide. Remnants of Linoleum 3ft. i wi Remnants of Linoleum 3 feet wide. All at special prices to cl ear -.-- - ;..". , ,." "-- . Meh sHal; Li;e~ong~~tha. Tuesday & Wednesdaky ,i. October 20th ' 2Is0tst.~~ ; .Firei Appearance of.the Great White Mahatma Co.I Dr. Rowe. Dr. Rowe. foHE Modern Svengali. The Greatest .-'- Hypnotist in the world. Dr Rowe will put a local subject in an Hypnotic 'rance for 24 hours. The subject to be p.laced in a local shop window in full view of the public. In conjunction with he great Madam Mora. 'The Worid's Greatest Clairvoyant. Mora will answer all. questions. -:KO, QUEEN OF MAGIC. Sim-La Seance. PRICES-2s and is. Tarwin Lower Sports December 26 (Boxing Day) N:I :Aid of Biush Nursing ~A IFull Programmea. Grand FOXTERRIER COURSING MEETING. To be h?,l o...

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PROVIDING A HOSTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

PROVIDING A HOSTEL. The Chairman of the Council (Mr John Eccles) opened by re marking that the matter of board inig and housing children had troubled the council a great deal. From 4 o'clock in the afternoon till 8 o'clock next morning there was no supervision at all of chil dren -who had to board in the town. No one had any legal responsi bility over them, so the council thought they would pass the re sponsibility on to the Department. It cost parents of children attend ing the High School-from 15/- to 17/6 for their board, and it could be done profitably for half that amount. The want of accommo dation was a hardship upon those at a distance, for they-could not send their children to the school. It was agricultural students they wanted, and that was a class they did not get. If a hostel were erected more boys would attend the school. Training of girls in cooking would also be a feature, and a matron would have authority over them. He hoped a solution of the difficulty would be arr...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News. WOOREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

District News WOOREEN.] The -patriotic concert held at@?! Wooreen school on Friday evei-.' ing last txnder'the auspices of the School Committee proved a greatE - success. A large gathering as-y sembled from all partsto hearthe?: splendid programnie placed -be;: fore them,"and much creditis dueo: : to the two ladies (MrMuhleison and Miss- Ha!lyburton)? -:who: ' worked:-hard t -imake the concert the-successa it: wss. The dances by Missesi.Watsbi' "and Sayers re-· ceived-:loud: applause. :Mr Alex. Sprou]llplayi)ng: the bagpipes, and the best .thai]ksof the. committee are giveni to Mr.- Watson for his good off6er -of these young ladies servicesý;:: Mr R. D.: Forrest pre sided Coffee supper was pro vided by~the ladies. . The follow ing ,is, the programme :-" God Save the King," audience; over ture;:::.Miss ::Sy mmons; song, dieu Manre, Miss. Griffiths; so.g, o Tli Boys of.-the Old Bri gade .MrAl ienrdi, encore, ' Boys in Nhavy Blue.', Highlahd fling, Missiis Watsofr andkl Sayers; song, "...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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TECHNICAL NIGHT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

TECHNICAL NIGHT SCHOOI. MrP. Nash, in speaking upon the subject of a night school, said that Mr Mesley had given it a trial in teaching some subjects, but the Council wanted the De partment to make it compulsory. Boys and girls growing up should be forced to attend, for parents did not take the advantage of the night sohool now being held. If facilities were provided by the Department, and made it com pulsory that boys and girls who had left the State School at tend, the classes would be a success. Mr Tate asked what action the shire council would take in the matter ? Before anything could be done an expression of opinion from the public bodies in Leon gatha- should be obtained. He would be quite prepared to pro vide evening classes. It was done at Mildura, and a series of short, practical courses upon subjects required were given, which were useful for those working upon the farms. If started in Leongatha, a short course could be given upon subjects of interest to those who attende...

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

THE GUN. The usual fortnightly shoot of the Leongatha Gun Club will take place to-morrow (Saturday). The fall of Antwerp has greatly stimulated enlistment in Eng land. In Austria, orders have been issued that any persons favoring Italian co-operation with the En tente shall be shot without the formality of a trial. FooTBALLs ! FooTBALLS I--The Winter is at hand, and our new stock of Foot balls are opened out. We have a large variety at Ss, 3s 6d, 4e, 5s, 6s 6d, 7s 6d, 10s 6d, 15s 6d, with finest quality blad ders, Phonographs, Gramophones, Ac cordeons, Concertinas, and MIouth Organs in great variety at G. GFoRD's Tobacconist and Fancy- Goode Dealer, Leongatha. "

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PURCHASE OF A BULL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

PURCHASE OF A BULL. Mr Ecoles .brought befor.e Mr Tate the purchase of a bullat 40 guineas for the High School.- The animal was one of Woodmason's, and a pure-bred animal. It could be made a good business trane8ic tion, for farmers throughout the district would be willing to pay a fee for the service. Messrs Michael, Willouighiby and Nash spoke upon the value of the bull to the High Scho61 farm, and expressed a hope th~i the Department would find the money to purchase it:- ,: :Mir::Tate promised toput i?h matter. beforethe Aihegricultura? Department anid ,consult - Dr Oameron6iand ?-ilal~l were: favor able; -hee .w~Viiid~l .i if Tt :biull could be purcolase d

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 October 1914

: Mail Service. MAiLS RECEIVED AND DES PATCHED FROM LEONGATIIHA -- . Closing Horir. To .Melbourne & :Korumbur'ra 7 a.m di 345 p.m. All Stations to i Port Albeit10...- 1 5 a.m, Lei::i on.iahaSouth: Mon ,TWed , Fri 11 45 a`m. Mirlboo North: MidTie hrsSt 11a I nes iThurs.,St 11 a.m. McKininonsd R.O *. w.neelan.-s u.- ^Tues ^tius Sat 11 a.m KooroomanrEast 'Tues Thuir. Sat., ii a.m. alrdan South :Wooreen RA0' luesTurs Sat 11i.40 a.m. lues iThuriSat 1140 aan. Mount Eccles -Tues. &Satur^ay :1230 p.m. NeTues.l &Satuiday -`12.30 pm. Tariaw-.a· in. ower,- o DoanddCa d nihrlloo-ebag T1ee2T.urs Sat l2nooni Stony.- Creei-to oa ^'Fidgei'S RO,^ ' Scotyt1s.:^^.' 4 R.O. & Mirboo Stiih- -i Mon., Wed.& Fri 1230 p.m. Mee myAn to' Dumbalk,;''' -Nerrenai ]ast MWoorayl Dodd's-and Mirboo '^^M: - on ,Wed Fr' -,p.Fr Fish Cree: to Yankie -Monday ;. .* ;lp.mi. :Fish Creek to Warati' N.a N uand Wal eville . uees e ursSat. p.mn

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