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SANDOWN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

SANDOWN PARK. Some good sport was witnessed at the Sandown Park meeting last week, In the opening event of. .the day, Firs.t Division Handicap, six- furlongs; a field-iof twelve faced the starter, Siege Moi being favor ?it.e.at,,7;,tO ;4; -and t.he re.sult. -;as never in doubt, as he won as he liked from Quoit and Nadir. For the Jumpers' Flat Race, l]/i mile, Masterpiece and King's Ransom Vera level faVorites,\.and the -rfirstnamed won ' easily from''Kuri ;arid~Kihg;-s Ran som. . Eleven .was the main for the Steeplechase^ * about' two miles, Bursa winning from Charlemagne and Kia Ora; Tom Groggin, the favorite, came to grief at the first, obstacle,, and : his rider (S. Howie) sustained a broken collar-bone. Sardou captured .. they' Second'-- Division Handicap, six furlongs, starting at 12 to 1, and winning nicely from ' Sunstone, Maltese Cross, and 15 others. Sequarious was thought to be good goods for the Sandown Park Handicap, one mile, but he could onl^ run a moderate third to La...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HORSE AS A NATIONAL ASSET. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

? ? ? ^ ? THE HORSE AS A NATIONAL ASSET. The'; wisdiJm' of the Australian -Lal or Government's, decision to establish na tional horse breeding stations is testified to by what has- been done by the various countries in Europe. The English Go vernment has so far been very backward ?in this respect, and referring to the sub ject recently -, a writer in the JLonaon ' Sportsman ' said: — Sooner or later there may arise a time when the House of Com mons, whichever party may happen for the moment, to be in power, will pay some attention to horses, and will regard the matter from a, non-party standpoint. Eng land is the only big country whose Go vernment pays no subsidy in any shape or form to the breeding of horses. I. have before me a letter from Count Ivan Szapai-y, which he prefaces by saying: — 'As I think it will interest' you,' I write you what I bought.' Count Ivan Szapary has been in England buying thoroughbred mares for the Hungarian Neuner Fund. This fund is a Government fund. I...

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EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN CANDIDATES. The form shown at Tattersall's meeting last Saturday has put quite a different complexion on the two big Spring handi caps to be run at the A.J.C. meeting. The excellent form shown by Malt King in winning the Tramway Handicap with 9.7 lias brought him into great favor for the ; Epsom Handicap, and he is now a firm favorite. He will have 51b. off his back, and the extra two furlongs will be to his liking. Desert Rose ran second to him on Saturday, and will meet him on only lib. better terms should she start. She is still in the Derby, run on the same day. Apple Pie, who ran third on Saturday, has 61b. less in the Epsom, and the mile might suit her better. Poi Dance failed to see the 6 furlongs out on Saturday, so her chance in the Epsom does not look too well. Gold Lace and Crucinella each had a run on Saturday, but no notice need be taken of it, as it was the first for some time, and Gold Lace shaped pretty well. Orea ran very badly, and her chance...

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EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN BETTING. Malt King is now a short-priced favor ite for the Epsom Handicap. He is four j points shorter than Maltine, who has double figures, while Flavinius is only a couple of points further off, just in front I of Silver Hampton, who has shortened a j lot since Saturday. Then close up come | Gold Lace, Parsee, Ra, Aborigine, Apple Pie, Golden Slipper, and then Bright Lad die, Bobby, Crucinella, Poi Dance, Mun dic, Motoa, and Miss Flaneur. Patronatus is still favorite for the Metropolitan, but only a point shorter than Son of the Marsh. Britain, Parsee, and Trafalgar are each fairly close up, followed ? at short intervals by Cadonia., Crucinella, Maltine. and then at fairly long prices are Didus, Danilo, Flavinius, Malt King, Golden Slipper, and Jinnee.

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DERBY PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 15 September 1910

„ ? w DERBY PROSPECTS. Cadonia's good, form. showrn last Satur day has brought him' into great promin ence for the A.J.C. Derby. He certainly ran out the mile and a quarter in good style, beating a fair lot of handicap horses in Tattersall's Spring Handicap, and up to the present it is the best piece of work done this season by a three-year-old. Beverage was beaten over a mile on Sa turday morning by Son of the Marsh, but, as stated elsewhere, the boy on Beverage lost his stirrup leather, and the colt rian out wide at the turn. There .is just; a doubt about Beverage staying the jour ney, but he certainly looks .well. Mi*. D. O'Brien's colt Orodes had a run in the Chelmsford Stakes, and was fairly for ward for a time, but he failed to keep his position to the end. - ? . ? Lager was considered to have a good chance in the Chelmsford Stakes, and. was prominent to the home turn, but she too failed to last it out, and' the probabilities are she may go for the Epsom Handicap instead of th...

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VICTORIA. FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

VICTORIA. e FROM OCTOBER 1 JO 15. I-Iopkin's x-iill, Chatsworth, 6, M., 10.000. Mount Emuj Chepstowe, 10, M., 17,000. , Wongan, Streatham, 7, M., 14,000. Gorrin, Do'bies, 8, M,, 14,000. - Gala, L'smore, 12,. M., 21,000. Narrapumelap, Wickcliffe, 17, M., 34,000. Leslie Manor, Foxhowe, 10, M., 20,000. Muntham, Casterton,. IS. M., 30,000. ? Cregg Park, Katunga, *, M., 8000. .South Caramut, Caiu,mut, 10, M., .27,000. Burrumbeep, Maroona, lOj'M., 20,000. Warranooke, Lubeclc, 20, M., 32,000. Ed gar ley, Willurali, 12, M., 14,000. De Cameron, Elmshuvst, 6, M., 14,000. Yalla-Y-Poora, Buang;or, 17, M., 14,000. Barfold,® V., 7, M., 21,000. -* Green Hills, Minhamite, 14, M., 28,000. Bolinda': Vale, Lancefield Junctioo, 44, M.„ 65,000. Banorigil, Skipton, 12, M., 14,000. Vitb Vite, DeiTinallum, 13, M., 26,000. Punrobin, Casterton, 15, M., 22,000. Glenfine, 'Pitfield, 16, M., 22,000. Titanga, Lismore,' 10, M„ 13,000. » Salt Creek, Woorndoo, 5, M., 8000. Woodhouse; Dunlield, 13, M., 21,000. Drysd...

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VICTORIA-RIVERINA BRANCH. NEW SOUTH WALES. PROM SEPTEMBER 16 TO 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

VICTORIA- RIVERINA BRANCH. NEW SOUTH WALES. FROM SEPTEMBER 16 TO 30. Burrangong, Urana, 18, M., 35,000. Bullenbong, Lockhart, 20, M., 22,000. Woodlands) Wagga, 14, M., . 19,000. FROM OCTOBER 1 TO 15. Tarcutta, Tarcutta, 14, M„ 25,000. Benambra, Culcairn, 10, M., 18,000. Table Top, Albury, 26, M., 60,000. Merino Downs, Henty, 20, H., 28,000. Bulgandra, Bulgandra, 18,. M., 20,000. Brae Springs, Gerogery, 10, M., 15,000. Mangoplah, Wagga, 10, M., 18,000. Round Hill, Culcairn, 29, M., 40,000. Walbundrie, Walbundrie, 36, M., 40,000. Gerogery West, Grerogery, 8, M,, 16,000. Doodle Cooma, Henty, 12, M., 22,000. Willow Park. Albury, 4, M., 16,000. Egan's Creek, Yerong Creek, 12, M„ 14,000. Roachdale, Germstnton, 8, M., 16,000. Big Springs, Wagga, 20, M., 25,000. Book Book, Wagga, 16, M., 15,000. Mountain View, Germanton, 5, M., 10,000. - FROM OCTOBER 16 TO 30. Woomargama, Woomargama, 16, M., 17,000. Rotherfield, Bowna, 4, M., 6000. Pullitop, Wagga, :10, -M., 8000. Woodlands, Gex-manton, 8, ...

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CENTRAL BRANCH. FROM 21st TO 27th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

CENTRAL BRANCH. -FROM 21st TO 27th SEPTEMBER* Robadeen, Cassilis, 10, M., 1^,000 Joarilla, Young, 7, H., 14,000 Tiverton, Murrumburrah, 9, M., 20,000 Carumbi, Grogan, 14, M., ' 27,000 Mandaroah East, Barmedman, 4, M., 6000 Larras Lake, Molong, 31, M., 40,000 tatran, Narromine, 8, M., 5000 Glen Isla, Tomingley, 8, M., 12,000 Genanagee, Peak Kill, 6, M., 5000' Cumboogle, Dubbo, 8, H., 11,000 Coolahville, Coolah, 8, M., 20,000 Gifndarc, Coolah, 14, M, 30,000 iBarshami Blandford, 9,. M.,- 20,000 . ! Harberi'--; Vale, Murrurundi, 19, M., 45,000 ?' Russley, Aberdeen, 6, M., .7000 | Willie Ploma, Gundagai, 10, M.', 27,000 : Mundario, Gundagai, 6, M., .50*00. ! Eulomo, Bethungra, 20, M„ 35,000 Gunnin&Wand. Bogari Gate, 14, M., 20,000 ?Cudgelo,. Cowra, 12, M., 25,000 ; Terramungarnine, Dubbo, 23, M\, 14,000 FROM 27th TO 30th SEPTEMBER. ; Mylandra, Goolagong, 6, M., 12,000 ! Melyra, Grenfell, 6, M., 8000 1 Stoneridge, Montengle, 10, H., 12,000 | Old Junee, Junee, 4, M., 3000 Icowcumbl...

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SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

SHEARING FIXTURES, 1910. - — : — ♦ ? The list hereunder is compiled froni £ supplied by Reps, for last shearing. Ze is no certainty that they -will apply irately for this shearing, but will in |at majority be only liable to slight Lriation. It is almost impossible to get es and particulars, for this year's rinff to publish in time to be of any value to members, hence last year s dates are given merely as an approximate guide' ''irT thi^lis t the lines indicate shed, post town number of shearers, hand or ma chine (H. or M.), and number of sheep.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

lag# FREE. IT: FREEV PRIZE — No Money Wanted- j|fp|y j This Picture Puzzle represents & Hon and Ills KreMggSi ? Keeper— Find Hie of the Keeper, anil return to I us with your name and address, and we nil! gire a — g ? vwaLkLsJl genuine FOUNTAIN PEN Free; only one answer is 8 ?SVlSZv allowed. We make this marvellous offer to advertise our 1 - / ? Iteiidincr Tissue. Mending Tissue is an arlicle used {or mat. I! inrfailifc nutches and repairing clothing, gloves, furs, or any article of cotton, wool, silk, S linen &c It will hem any cloth much quicker and belter than with the needle or machine, a B boon 'to bachelors. To all who are awarded a Fountain Pen, we send 12 sa: iple packages of § Mendine Tissue to distribute among friends. In order that our goods may b . appreciated, we I reauire vou to collect'; from each person, with whom you leave a sample, 6d. (half the selling | nrice of same). You .then return us the inon?y. and for this service we give 1-ree, and iu I add...

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OUTDOOR IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

OUTDOOR IDEAS. Mangers in Horse Stables.— Mangers are better than racks for feeding any animals. The old and injurious plan of compelling animals to 'haul their feed down from racks -—which is contrary to all laws of nature and reason — should never be counten anced. ? The manger in a horse stable should be situated' at a convenient height for the horse to eat comfortably. No space should be left between the manger.^ and floor for storing bedding, _ for the reason that the strong odor which arises from straw soaked with urine is unhealthy for the horse to inhale; and being directly beneath the feeding manger, the. hay will be more or less injured by it. Another objection is the bedding, when packed in that manner, has no chance to drjr. Burning - Out Stumps. — A' little excava tion may be made under the stump be tween two of the large roots, and some combustible material put in, and then set on fire-. Previous to this, however, some dry material should be piled around the root, abov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION CENTRAL BRANCH. rpi-lE following,, who acted as Shed Reps. JL last season at the undermentioned sheds, are requested to forward at once all A.W.U. tickets unsold and butts and cash of any tickets sold to the A.W.U. Office, Orange: — J. O'DONOGHUE. Raylands. P. J. FARRELLY. Claverton. JAS. CLIFFORD, Wallin Billan. J. R. TRAVERS, Hawthorne. H. CONNORS, Nanima. G. SIIERRIN, Burnama. A. WILLIAMS. Numby. J. WRIGHT, Bee Hive Farm. Any member knowing the addresses of any of the above, or any member who may have obtained a ticket from any of the above, is requested to communicate at once with IKE SMITH, . - - , Sec.'. -f.W.U., Orange.

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CENTRAL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

CENTRAL BRANCH. , . r -v- . 'Started — Derowle, FMi'view \(Wyalong),^ 'Kiewa. Mooea itidora, North' Whoey, Fair view (Narromine),' St. Leonards, Lara, Cubaroo, Koyuna, Walla Walla, Deepwater, Glen Esk, Napperty, Wandary, Bygoo, Grampian Hills, Ridgelands, Dundarraga, : Russley, BurraAvang, Redbank, MicabiT, Curracabah, Windy, Cookaburra, Nainima ^ YCowra), Nanima (Wellington), , Trowtf Creek, Oakey Creek, Eurlin, Kooyamurra/ ? - „ ' ?Rnsfiflale. Bective, .Burrill, Cuungra.«» . ? / gerthong, Dalkeith, Mooki Springs, Jema . 'jong, ciaverton, Murrumbogie, Plevna, Hill ' View, Warroo, Blink Bonnie/ Cowal . Korth, 'Blairgowrie, North Ungarie, Mai ne Plains, Mt. Harris, Kalundah, Rose ; ,Vale, Ungarie South, -Pinnacle,- Budgery, Mullah, Manna, Galambirle, Wallin Bil ]an, Miring, Oura, Glenbrook, Wantabad ' ger, Strathallyn, Hawthorn, Weetalaibah, Bur'rawang, Forest Vale (Wellington), Bed ford Park, Bomera; Mordiallo. Cut out.— Merriwee, ' Eurimbla, :Raby, Buckinguy, Garrawilla, Eurawilki,...

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BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

BROKEN KILL. I The following amounts have , reached this office: — D. Turnbull, £27 10s..; S. Smith, Eureka, £13 9s.; A. McKay, on account Broken Hill Hospital, £1 4s.; M. O'Brien, Balaklava, £4 on account of tickets, £1 Is. on Dorodx list, Is on McGilvray list ; J. M. Cleary, Wycot, £ 8 9s.; Thos. Brady, Cuthero, £1; W. E. Kelly, Langawirra, on account of tickets, £4 .5s., McGilvray list 19s. 3d., Mclnerney list ISs., Dorody list, 19s., Dwyer list 16s. 6d., Regan list 17s. 6d.; J. E. Holland, Mounts Sturt and Poole, £4 10s. on ac count of tickets, Dwyer list 13s., Mclner ney 13s. Langawirra and Mount Poole men are in the town at the present on their way to the lower sheds, some going to Mount Remarkable, and others to Pit cairn and Heydon. The men from Lan gawirra are Complaining of the bad time they, had at that shed, and ask that it be reported to The Worker, so that those who may think of going there in the future will have a chance of knowing how things are. The water was drawn...

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TASMANIAN BRANCH. Waterside Workers' Union Formed.— Classing at 5s. and Pressing at 4s. Per Day.—Defaulters. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

TASMANIAN BRANCH. Waterside Workers' Union Formed.— r Classing at 5s. and Pressing ._at ! 4s. Per Day.— -Defaulters. . i Since my last report things have been very quiet both politically and indus-r trially, except that a few of the Fusion party have been stumping the country wailing about the Federal land tax and industrial legislation. This is moviirg the workers to^action. Last week the Water side workers of Launceston formed a Union, 70 handing .in their names for membership. This body has been apa thetic in the past; but -ljy the way the men came along at their first meeting it promises to be one of the strongest Unions in the north of Tasmania. They realise that they have not received money equiva lent to the -work they have _ had to do from the shipping companies in the p'ast, and as individual complaints have been no good they have decided to get fair conditions by unity. The secretary ex pects to haVe all wharf laborers in the Union within the next fortnight. Mr. Tlios. Bar...

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ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. George Cooke, Bourke Branch: I have . visited Mount Murchison, Culpaulin, J3il lilla, Henley, Albemarle, Tolarno, Selma, - Wicklow, Tarcoola, Bartundy,, Euston, Tillara, Paika, Till Till, second call. At all these sheds everything is all right, with the exception of three experts at Culpaulin, Tarcoola, and Till Till. They refused to take ticicets, out say mey wi« take any award rates that may be gained for them, and let us pay the piper, f have finished all my district below Wil cannia, and in a'few days will be work ing on the river up near Bourke. At Euston Scour I found the, men working 60 hours per week, that is 12 hours over time. They get 30s a week, and have a Chinaman to cook for them, who also would be none the worse if he were put in the scour with the wool. At the scour all hands paid up except two. * * * W. A. C. Norris, Vic.-Riverlna Branch: I have visited Calbycary (Poulton's) and ' Lake Corrong sheds, also some cockies' ' sheds. At both places me...

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GENTLEMEN'S SONS FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

CENTLEMEN'S SONS FOR AUSTRALIA It is really extraordinary that, such _ a .'numbers of - evidently well-meaning - perT sons should inaugurate, -and a greater number of equally well-meaning persons should support, sundry societies in the dear old Mother Country, whose purpose is to send to such_ unfortunate countries as Australia, the flower of England's — and Scotland's — and . Ireland's — and Wales's yeomanry and 'chivalry to toil and sweat ori our outback* sheep sta tions at nothing aweek. It is. really! extraordinary. See, if you can dig out a solution from this letter that has been addressed to various landholders in sunny South Australia:— (Copy.) ' * - ' The Australian Cadets' Association, 70 Tavistock Road, ' ? I Westbourne Park, ' London. April, 1910. Dear Sir, — I am the managing direc tor of- the above association which lias recently been formed in London. Our object is to provide engngements for gen- 1 tlemen's sons of good character on sheep stations, cattle runs,' and vi...

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ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

ORGANIZERS' REPORTS. . . 1 ; ' i , .;. W. H. Lambert, Central Branch: — Dur* ing the past fortnight I have called oil . Mullengudgery, Miowex-a, ! Gunningbar^ . TJgildry, Callubrl, Trangie, Budda,- aixd | Tabratong. At the last named it was re^ ported that they would not pay. the levy, but I am very pleased to be able to state . | that I found a splendid lot of Unionists. there, and that, with the exception of a. ? couple of learnei's, wlio had not the money,-' at their command, I issued levy ticket'g.. . to every anan on the, grounds, station hands included. . I held: good attentive': . And enthusiastic meetiixgs at- a.11 slied^ visited/ and' found the same good- feeling and spirit towards the levy and the Unior* ? in general i existing among- the membex-s as previously. Speaking generally ; thev . accommodation is very bad. Line /View/ l Mullengudgery, . and Gunningbar ; deserve special attention. Mattex-s political are livening up in all parts, of the country, l and the Labor sup...

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ADELAIDE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

ADELAIDE BRANCH. ^ J Started: -Mt. Nor'-West, Carrima, Well ington Lodge, Winnininnie, Pitcairn,. Bar .ratta, ..Yalpara. ' ' .Cut out'. Witchelina, Manuiida. Cash received: J. Jenkins, acc. Reegan^ list £1' 3s., tickets and levies £10 15s..; N. Richardson, acc. Dunstan, £9 15s.; J. McPhail, £3; J. Bracken, 10s.; J. Chil ton, £25 13s.; C. Hancock, first instal ment. £23: J. McDonald, acn. W. Lnve lock, sub. list. £4 128.;, W. Dunstan, .'£ 34 5s. 9d.; M. McLeod, £15 15s.; F. Salmon, acc. Taylor, .£1 17s.; - W. Hardingham, acc. J. Iiughes' list, £1 2s. 6d.; S. Jones, t certs. £90. 3s.; acc. Dunstan £8 9s.; W. | Weaver/ £1! 15s.; M. Chappie, acc; Tay lor, £'8= 5s.;' D. Enright, for- levies.„£6; - W. Burns; 16s.; W. Walton, . 16s.; n! B. Collins, . 1,6s.; , W. -vStorej*, £1 2s.;r W. Weaver, £3 4s.; Weaver, outstanding acc., lGs.; W. Goldsmith, 16s.; D. Kearney, 16s .1 D. Overall, £1 lis. ? | Pleased to say that levies are still* roll ing in, and the members in the Crow State are putting ...

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FIRE AT GROONGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 September 1910

FIRE AT CR00NCAL. , —?'i i ' Dear Worker, — Part of Groongal (shear- ,/' ers') sleeping compartments was totally; destroyed by fire at 7 a.m. on September' 15. The 'origin of the fire is not-known* It was first discovered by the shearers'-. '- cook when the building was well 'on fire*-' Nothing A^as saved of any value. - One of - the shearers made a risky attempt to savet his hard-earned savings, but only suc-- - ceeded in securing pax-t of them. There - was a good lot of paper money destroyed/' - some of the men having lost £9 in notes;] ? and bicycles and saddles were totally de-* . « stroyed. 'Much sympathy is expressed 'fori those that suffered' loss. After the fire had bui'ned itself out there wras nothingf unearthed' from the ashes except a' No. 3 case-hax*dened Wolseley sheep shearing machine, .which, by its appearance, won't be of any important value to its owner, anymore. — W. O. Jermyn, Rep. - . '

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