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Joan Bennett's New Role [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

Joan Bennett's New Role , wEdard Small has signed Joan I'ddeiltt for the feminilie lead oplo site Louis Haywardl in his production '"The Son of Monte Cristo," a sequel to '.'The Count of Moite Cristo," which Siiall made in 1341. This is the sdcond time Small has co-starred Joanl elilnett and Louis Hayward. The pair was recently seen in the sensationally successful "MIan in the Iron Mask" last year. Nowvland V. Lee will direct the filni from the screen play by bGeorge Bruce. Lde. waa also responsible for directioll of "The Count."

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

HALF A CENTURY FOR over 60 years the biscuit par excellence where masculine taste is concerned 'i:; Artnott's Famous Gi ngeir N~uits. : )i!{ A.Cri sp b:row, row wamly deicio n flavour and ··crunchy intexture t 0ho ide of ce a a-::i: rdy heman' s bis, it which has. nevr bee Sequalled in either quality or popularity .Ty some: with your next /er GING . BISCU TS Always ask your Grocer for Arnott' : "THEY ARE BETTER THAN EVER" WILLITAM AIXO'TI' 1'TY., IA11"I'I';I), ]IOMI USII. . . ... ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . . ...... ... ·---- n.L . _ ._'.? .,. L.Z 2.h~Z ~ AiD TI!AT 'S t7hY J LOO( Ar' fCzT L ' V DAY I-Iow soon tlhe..nrat at. glow of h th is di..c..i sriitpl) 'frou n rc;!:cting: ca yy sign S::. ". .of cc.ý t 3a.ýrj? Itirf so import . .nt t ,.'a'f's al? xv o fn-! yost a ltaxativ--r ay yrs 1althy i Popl have taken this fan cus f mily Start a course of Becciam:n's Pills to- y. 'ol ty Laxative is every.lhere. WORTH A (1J IPA A. P4 //s Your own in er resistance-that's the best ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIBERAL GRAZIERS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

. I:'.."B':IBERALo'GRAZIERS' " jAt-the eblessing adllayiiig of the f6uicldations ston e' ?; fr: :St.: Patrick':: ChurchieBrewai irina, j the Bishop of Wilcan?dia 1tie.bs anin ippeal for donaftibons reliset' £1721/ / i5/. Dist'i'?? gra'zirs -dwere' niost' liberal, one firm giving 300' guineas.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CUT THE CACKLE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

CUT THE CACKLE Why is it that the proposals for trade union defence advisory panels are being viewed with suspicion before they are even put before the men who are to re'resent the uniozns? There is talk that there must be adequate safeguards for this or that. Our system of privilege has brought about a state of affairs in which we find a shortage of skilled labour, brought about by the very conditions which we have insisted were the best for the nation, if not for the nation for some particular union. The out standing thing for us to remem ber, whether we are unionists or not, in perilous times such as these. iA to realise that unless we wjin this war the only safeguards will be .barbed-wire ones around concentration camps, where we will go unless we bow, the knee and bend the head to our Nazi rulers. This is not exaggeration, but a plain statement of fact. We will not. be unionists; we will be slaves. The man who says "I will get my wages under Hitler" is a self-deluded fool. Cond...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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LEOPOLD [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

LEOPOLD What are we to believe of King Leopold? We all know that his action has brought about the possibility of serious disaster to the Allied arms. When the cablegram announced that a mrecial meeting of the French Cabinet was held, at which were present the head ' of the French Navy, the .chief of the French' 'Army and the President of the Republic itself, it was sensed that some new crisis had arisen, but none thought it possible that the. son of Albert of Belgium would desert his friends, after he had called upon them, at a time of terrible trial and' leave them suspended in mid-air against a ruthless enemy. At least. three great men in Brit ain have..asked us to suspend judgment. Mr. Winston Churchill himself, Mr. Duff Cooper, and the Admiral of the Fleet, Sir Roger Keyes. But what is there to suspend judgment about? The London Evening Standard, before this appeal was made, had already christened him "King Quisling." As we say again, why should judgment be suspended? His men we...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PREMIERS HELD TO DRAWN GAME Women's Hockey At Crookwell [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

PREMIERS HELD TO DRAWN GAME Women's Hockey At Crookwell CROO1WELL: 'Bind, : lant :ear's p.n;emiors, were held, to a .one-alldirail by- Rotvers : in the , Wo11n's 1 . hockey 'matcli played tb East Pahk: on-:Satur. Sdai .: avo?1ed by. the:' iownhill ioun. ning 'in the first hld nflovers more than li:eld theii own -territorially,: but a goid i ol; f bya S. Cai'eywas 'the ofly' 'occasion: o? whliich they. ere able to iionieti; ?. tl e defenee.: Ate'A theiliteival3lind1 a 0ere0 seer to ': lette :iiid?Vtitge ..id i. qcilily erdialised whien N.: Carruthers scoriied with ai:good'shot 'Tiont a dfifflctilt:angle (iftefi iliking -a.',good 1run1 ,alon'gig the wingi: ii the :cldosiig: titgedf o l:ay 3llndall were liessli f 11(dl; :.but fatilty work: in the Slice' lirev'enled them fron 'i:1rln.g whivit would , havee been the winuitig. goal.. Best players for. Binds were.N.' Car :rutheis, . B.iralisoil ilnd . Carrltth, ore; 'w'hile E. Mlclnlosh. A. Melntoshl and S. Carey were prominient for hovers...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TENNIS MATCH Goulburn Teams At Crookwell [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

- TENNIS MATCH. Goulburn Teams At Crookwell CIROOKWEILL: Two teamns flol tile (oulbiun Association's ]reserves visited Crookwell on Sunday, tihe llen's teamn beilng dle'Citted by 28 sets to 14, \~ldtii thIe women's alntil lield al easy vielory, (iee nilrgin itt (heir. flavoulr bcilu 18 sets to.: Id;ieal weather 'favonu ed toh fixs tiure, the daty being fine nttd warni, withl practicallyy no wind; "TlIh :olite'is cre.ir t d o a t l. i oo d eal;,':' fi ii tite t:rst amongstiiP et t is i i tsihiis sasts, ani the iplayusywats vatcsdl by a gooi cronwd at.:sn?ectator's:,.s,ý ; !. , -. '.S o 'CO S.ces e ? "?," .: Sf,, , T .C t , +- L; S-tephension anhd 11 Seaman Iverach :and 'Trulove 6- C. O'ifen'e andn Ni?i Riley, 6 3 Chesso" and Si McNaughit, 6-1 6"4 "?vi Cl 0ne V?,ynn, 6~3 i rray ''and Roche8-9;9 Co\ ad Grooms, -0. Ciiand'G' Stephenson v Iveranch aind liTi dlove,- 6,4 ; 6', v O'I rieti :.:d Riley, 6-1;rv OiCho'isOl id : MNaughtl '6-2; vy Cook niind Wyinn; 6-1; 19 Murray 'a!i!liRoche, ?i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

3d. A WEEK FOR HEALTH That's . all it costs to take R.U.R.. regularly, end keep your system free f?eR health-dastroy ing poisons and toxins. , '.U.R removes the cause of stomach troubles, scolit's, blood dis orders,"hoeumat!sm, scleica, neurit s, gout, and many othlerprevdlent complaints. A 4/- pocket makes 26 ounces. Obtinable from . . C. ROGERS AND SONS, GOULBURN. Ask For Free Dookiet. _. . it "/ For those who pre r beer, Tooths su - gest their inious inter brew, Dou le Brow, n I Iti fine, full-bodied eer / the ' e. ra'rbast d malt for warmt and // srtena ; e. hops for flavou So when the weather's wintry, call f Tooth's Double Brown Ale. Rich or R th! TidE WINTER R/NK FOR TIHE BEER ZDRINKER

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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OBITUARY MR. JAMES O'MARA [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

OBITUARY MR. JAMES O'MARA Mr. James O'Mara, of 314 Judge Street, Randwick, and formerly of Jugiong, died on May 19 at the age of 77 years. He was well-known at Barrallier, High Range and Bullio, where he had worked for several   years as a shearer. Besides his widow, he leaves two sons and two daughters.  

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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From Everywhere Relie of the Past. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940

|From Everywhere Packed ,lth ,oprtion- of an old newspapler '.printed; .,ii the '80's it double-barelled, shotgutt .,of., ancient. .liheage'was foundii in'? ranggOof hills. neart Cowra: , ft:? sia looaled with heaviy, slugs, anil' is evldently a ro mn;Uatic.llnk:with Cw.owrias: ioneering dal.ys. The: weapron ws. found ,l)e. neath' the' flooroitrds of ,i.h ut whichi lias long .'lieeCn? leserý attt'iit i tjwais talkeht to ttlie Ca' ora':;pollcer sthtion for "ex mtination.: AtBp; eDpianii of G??o f:,olrt ii i measles ,'. lit Liaiilatitl t Itis a!Letn ctliiitingtttnlt ,y vietiis:. ?it"!iolke out it ;the, Com-: lo.tuwealtl orttices,:'iiul soniti staifs are so:s-badly eattle tit e ,thtwoark i s lieing ,continuted only ,wltliidifficulty, . .Vttltis ailve also been reported frlotli onlle tleence establi!nment . A idellart .: mettail wit. wilio, wii'-t iemaie ng atitig itimunet ' litniiielf, has :so?l n ttan? i col- '." leagues isolaltd il':ihasi' r ~iaeilr tile i intaity "?1ittlei s itch ."...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CANTERBURY Saturday's Acceptances [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

CANTERBURY Saturday's Acceptances - - SYDNE'Y, Thursday: The fol lowing acceptances were declared ' to-day for the races to be held:at Canterbury Park on Saturday:..: „i JUMPERS' FLAT RACE''': .;. HANDICAP -1 m ,:3f;';.' ;-.:*st'lbt. b :; s cahE rlilrine' ' 1' . '.' a!,'l · Festoon ""-:'"'-.i 9 ': 5 'SIr.iLeighton' a s.l rl' a eSin 'aog,'.''.;?'9''^; "C Kerry ' Bay ;: ' 10', 0 .Treltsteri': e'.'d,:?9 0: ,;Laistln , '? :". 12 Pay.'Val ; -.; .9-,;?' -'-Bnarrlet:'.Positio ns:: Spearbine '3Sir, L eightoi?l' 7, Kerly Bay f4 :L'Iasting0B,' Saiatogal', 2", Festoon 8; ;: iTrekster:'! 5, .PayVal 1:.; .' ' -';jNORSERY' HANDICAP .6 O.a;niur n-arn: ioey ''.0 :Timken .-* ,":::': -? "'Ma ny -, ays S,'' S ,.7; OO la tklberry ': -7.\0 • S ms''tAncAme . .b 'a' Greenery ,',''.7;*0 'T.Tudkool . : ':10 ue :'f-:: 0 .IConstannt : e : .'.: ;. ': l,'oxor t-. a':": .; 0 .Barieti ;.Posit6ii s:: i, -:u3'arney ,"2," Miiny Ways 10:Slians Amen' 5,..Tuokool 3; "Constant : .Chlatt'er} .\7; ,Ti iikei ,9,' Blaclkber...

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SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE' . Jumpers' Fiat Race' Handicap. FESTOON 1, 'Sir: Leightn.:n 2,', Lasting 3. Nursery Handicap.-CONSTANT CHATTER 1, Our Barney 2, Many Ways 3. Flying Handicap.- WINNIPEG' 1, Vergure 2, Creditor 3. Canterbury Handicap.- HER ARDE 1, Mischief 2, Gilltown 3. Progressive Stakes.- GOOD EARTH 1, Pannade 2, Mantilla 3. Ashbury Handicap.- TICKLE . 1, Old Serpent 2, Aristocrat 3.,,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

To' Everything Electrical 3y x pe cef d a..l Qlul d1 Euigillet K 01 i llations of SOUTHERN RADIO and ELECTRICAL PTY., LTD. I'hon . I)y 981, Night 96(6. UN COME FIRST! Tout g people at school don t worry. abou gettinig their clothillg stained or di ty; that is for parents a worry over. Iee them looking clean alt c smart by n aking use of this excel ent Dry Cleo ing Service. The cost s small, and esults gua rallteed. M DERN DRY CLE NERS P'ont :"77, Aubur Street. Can You Cook Four Co se t ce Au mnlati Gas Cook iiio1? J ,o thi dishes in I e I Li e het Itetl)) t101or ) I - it. e AllJ olf tic Oven is a refelation t'lousewives. ASK ABOUT EASY TERIMS GOULBURN GAS CO. En irely New Rad ,rPI E .,o,( rso of A..,.A,. have made s, p spec ,, lar lvince in t I lcsigin of Riadio. Re'ceivers. Ti new rag o IFlSKI ?I\)IOI1 AS !o not mierely incorporlate imiovenil -llItcy ,I)el l.lra;tion without obligation. RUSSELL'S RADIO 278 AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN. = ? .~rzocrzr~rrczrcr~z ON YOUR OLD MATTRESS This O...

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS At Dinner, But No Cocktails [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS At Dinner, But No Cocktails i;:NEW YORK: One of the beet .. tnowii'teetotalers in the U.S.,. :';=:.Tolhl?n ..DRockfeller,. had 60 people - to dlnner; No, 'cocktil er we s l r sev-i IemalatOih 11ocl refli's:1gue g sie 1 e m'embei 's o Alcpoholi i;Ahonymiio isii videslplend, pilliitlu-shyg'o6pp t one tinle; guzzler gniuoe ^ w have cminied "Pycliiatists:now:geneeraly :con sidel?alcdhlolism a:dlise; ispecificalli i : psyc0hiiioneurosis.1 5 Alci~hollci ge0ner ally drink, not' Just· because they illliei lihuo;, 'but: to escape froln som dtliihi; -.,~indthei?. fxation, inrifeiority.fl ti ngs,- an n'toler-ii le doiniestfca- itia? tion; social br economic maladjest meilot; ."'' - '" **.' V " "' : TIhey may suffer the torments. of the :damnedevein bwhile drink;:: ::'ing. themselves: into .a stupor, anil especially ;:in:the,:brief p'eriod be tween waking up with a remorse ful,t clattering hangover. and;L get-,: ting .down ,the first drink. of the day. Psychiatirists ti y t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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NORTH GOULBURN P. AND C. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

NORTH GOULBURN P. AND C. The 500 card parties arranged by the North ooulburn Parents and C'ti zens'.Association are again working Smnoothly under' the direc'tioil of .Iir." \V. Hunter, and keen interest Is being taken. The last party, held on May 22, attracted 30 ,plilyers. Parties will be held each 'fortnight. Prize-windiers at the May 22 party were: Mrs. McAulay 1, Mrs. Aber nethy 2; Mr. Crow 1. Mr. C. M1 \ulay 5,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

FUNERAL -IE Relatives' and Friends of the late Mrs. Rach l Apps and I ?nm 1' of Rrealbal Ia , are advisei to lt tend' her funeral, which will I ave ?aig's Funeral P" rlours, Golds iith 3 reet, to morro w (Friday) alter n on at 2 o'clock for the Churt j of ngland Cemnieter? Bi'eadalban t. 3 dney Craig, I?tueral Direc ors, 3 oane Street. RETURN THANKS i. and MRS. . A. BA Gunning) Rwis to sincerely t ell atives and f'ends for all r tri utes and expr sions of sym :a heir recent sa i bereavement. IN MEMORIAM IO ES.-In lovin melnory o Sar husband and our ft th rederick ''ho as Jones, wl u I irted this life May 30, 193.. ro lay recalls s d(1 memories f a loving on' gone to res ; rh -e who think of you to-day ear one, are those who lo 3 you best. iserte& by his loving wif , sonse tind daughters. YA'l'T S.--Ii loin llmemnlory of 0our de1ar father, F ederick Will i lm to palssed i y May 30, 1 37, a d of our dear pnother, Mary . a?e j ho passed awry 21st April. '9:: ew y in the ben h t...

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There's a RIGHT WAY and a WRONG WAY to Clean Paint [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

There's a. RIGHT WAY and a WRONG WAY to Clean Paint; The voguie fo rli ght wialls hie smuh to commenli:.it. ?: adm thatili ilittle httraction i? 'o'f i s i" as :izeor, shape :is:.conpcerned. *'llo'oIo `plofty anen quite,.plneasantwith cream alits creiid cream-'wood wori ; Curtain thatowe s',il"c acquire. a new:.fr.esh adnd must ibet he ullowed to Isecome stil ed o.i iioile. It :haes tob l'ilooked' Itiow, t oclean aint may appears 'easy: 'at's it isi~'lt ite so easynas; its ris oft:hii?gint 'Th.i eif e it f aiL?? o.f :sightl ai'ndfip'uiiigtwaly f; ' cleani-i'ng : i. i.i? ".? :hostas, thei e' is'airig,;'t ; aiidra?wcus wiayaiot doiiign o'tth i'iings in thiis Ceam. liaeItehe Ut fir;t llice doiit uso. astoug slt io?, es of so- d tor common soaps 'lich contiidst l.nss : e oked .asola. Te.n ch~r ar'il ple'iity of 'su'itanle oallst'id l"soise flalces" "itil.=ile v.iiitd are specleaill ma..pmntftire a afor theasybut ipose ani quitre "cheap sylis e-i JuDonit 'ise ihei 'iso.riglit s ni.n wron...

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WIN FOR LAKER League Cycle Club [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

WIN FOR LAKER. League Cycle.Club Starters in the Goulburn League Cycle Club's 15 miles road race last Saturday had to contend. with a strong and cold wind.:i A.:good .field, includi ing two ivlsitors fromi" Quaeaubeyan, contested the ;event.. Riding fi om. the 1.50 malc:. to?ethci; :.l Laker and .V. Pooley?moved; slowly' through the field,:. overtalcing all, .in 'front, to gaIn first aiid. second ;places, : respectlvely:.% A % Pooley stifyed ,iwith: thlemn, and In t sprint looked; like w:inning,i uti he :faded ?:l?it on the lline ,and:ias· eaten:b:'intd ithirobiild'ace: ;Lakeir also gained .fastest time,: coi ering. tli 15 ::miles in 41.22 :..Anie ceptionally .good ride was ppilliup by the scratchmin ` T: Pool ey; ,ho ?rode' the distance unpaced and ':ias bdiheiien for timeo'by oily 11. seconds; .'.. 1Thele will be no race .next' .Satuir day, but' on' Sundaiy Queanbeyal?. is sendiig a teali'in :uliest; of the Tully Cup. . There -will also .be, a' handicap race foir second: ,clais ii...

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Beauty Has Its Enemies At Every Age [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

EnemLes .At Every Age At every age beauty, his its en emies, Youth:l attles:;th imples; later comes the struggle with figure problems, and :the :ibattle, is usually won or lost on a weighling a~ line; then witli(advancing years ??woman learns I e:, arg1 l her throat and ja;W line as tw...of her : o 't eneie To couniiteract: 'doubl'e :chin :.lifihe apply a-. stimulant;:, wlich actsias:. muscle .tighteier,- with a-fair sized paot' of: cotton'l wool.;:; Press"; ', fi'riilr under i.the ,chin. iil anwork ??rlii:to the a,;bse $'. tohef isne Tihs pat briskly under the' ebsis' with the backs of thiefingers ' ` ' Press :th:,padd:of .cottod iool fihml' ;. along.:. the; jaw'l1ine . lan(d1palt all 'along .the jaw boi..e fom the chin to .-the corners of,,tie' e irs wvith the back: of the.fiige : Sunken ."he; ::eks In dealing ivith sunken!ichoeks and niose to; nioith h:lines; :the 'middle fingers of each :haird ,il:e, usel; for brisk .patting ffromn the side,: of the chin to corners ;ofe theinsos...

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Arms Factory Is Given Free [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

'YVDNEY "',rh ut!nd 'a:" one; cor :: tribuiito to Jtie iefea'l~, o A;rtr; i ii i' Colo.ital Sneai li"Ref ? tning C t . "ider'firecen t iY t e:th icit'ili ti :vrt' clt baed beein ?si d tio ierect bti6"bie' ri Goverrmii tLo.t t:ire r :riuction "ar rinarrtrirelel sliorridirl e entabliob t - ttire ?ompan pr's 'owii xne:? free sfcot t i,?be CGovernmrenf Tefac lits begunrrroroi ' :it ' w , .' rr-` o a'.r` l ite ii ; ,rit' .i t .it" t i'r p r o itdt of1lth! fiactoiy :horrii.' be deliver Gtor thire Governt;ent t. t cfi ' ct?i" coste:i wiirrlirt irrofit 'to. the ;corrpt'nym ', " reectin' of !liaitelio:e? i ot," . :' tire.rn " tin?'jy esterday ;by. ftrhli ?e i ir nrrrt tirector l , ,Ir F,: It 'not 'Io. litrt t'trle oar.-ir t eritl tliiit te cirn Iar yr th!d pi'Otltice required?tiiieehibnir cralT andrenglieeriig.? expierience; ai i. eqruiment.

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