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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

I HERE'S LUCK. I Get your next Lottery Ticket from ! J. EAGLETON I Hume Highway, Liverpool j FIRST-CLASS BOOT I REPAIRS. jr SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE if COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION ÍNG. ir BATTERY CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION if LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES OILS. AND CREASES EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL < i i I ( ! Al i IJI Authorised Inspec'ion Sîatior» M'i .A. M- M.. Pr-.p. ' THE HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE ! J lie .Main "lot» ? in UH' M.tin Slr«* ' ; . i .. '.'..tin ; o\vi > oí tSouth - '. Our M-rn Advantages . HOT AND COLD WATER IN EVERY ROOM I SPACIOUS DINING ROOM AND LOUNGES ; f.ll'.Sl- 1' l'l'iv,' i'csl wi Al'.'.'lllii.U ' ! ( ' K ' 111 i 11H ' l'lî/8-10 E. TU? LY STOCK, STATION AND ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER Specialists in Heel mm eui Property rnanagemeni Stock Sales, ll a,m. Every Saturday. TULLY'S STOCKYARDS > RIGHT AT STATION, LIVERPOOL. Phone UB7847 SHAWS PHARMACY j 193 Macquarie Stree*, Liverpoo...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUR OWN HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

YOUR OWN HOME -B Parramatta - Granville: Cabramatta. Fairfield and Liverpool Group and Co- operative Building & c iel íes ha ve al- ready advanced £1.230.000 to home builders and home buyci.i The terminating Co-operative Build- ing Societies, which is new in the past ten years, have advanced over £40 mil- lion, is now recor'iiised'as the best method of home finance in Australia. The Societies, which are truly co- operative, provide loans of 100 per cent ! rf the total value up to £1250, 90 per cent up io £1540 and 80 per r.ent up ro £2240 of the house am! land. Interest is only 4 per cent. Ho:nr plans and specifications are provided for home- builders from £'2 12/6. Legal lees are two-thirds of the seale cost and repay- ments are much lethan rent and aré spread over 22 2 3 yea:s. Being a Co- operative Society no one makes a profit out of the Societies' operations and the Group, which ls the largest in Australia. has exceptionally low overhead costs. The Societies are supervi...

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CASULA CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

CASULA CHATTER All who attended thoroughly enjoyed the cards and games irght in the Hall 'is*o Thursday. As well n& ihe pleasure tjhe entff-taitinicr.it gav- uv wo were 2lad to ste a number ol' new laces. * * There's a lovely new daugther in the Victor Curtis household in Kurrajong Road. She will be called Dianna Lynn. Congratulations. * :, Work started last Saturday on the tennis court which Mr. George New- combe has so generously made available to the Casula Social Club. Thanks a lot Mr. Newcombe. We feel we ou,£ht to mention thal tvery time we pass we see Ronnie Roe- buck leading the workers in the work on the court. Attaboy Ron. 1 What is tire mystery about the Can- berra Avenue Ballina wolf? Why doesn't he go with the boys to Petersham? * * * A birthday call and big cheers to Miss Robin May who had a party a^id en t3rtained her friends at her home ir I Casula Road on Sunday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

BAILEY'S GENERAL STORES 204 CANLEY VALE ROAD CANLEY HEIGHTS 132 HUMPHRIES ROAD, ST. JOHN'S PARK Order Your Easter Eggs Now. . "SCRAM" . LA VEX" . PRUNES © rJGAR IMPORTED HAIR RIBBONS, arsortecfl colours, per yard 9d. LADIES' SLIPPERS. AHI sizes, assorted c-Jíars. LADIES BLOUSES. . CURRANTS * PEARL BARLEY n WASHING MOPS, with handles. « MILLET BROOMS o PLASTIC CUPS AND SAUCERS. . BABY BUNNY BOWLS. SPECIAL * COIR MATTING 2!,NCH YARD 3/11 Make Sure Your Coffee is fresh.-Have you s gi out J while you wait. Agent for BALM, BERGER'S AND TAYLCR'S PAINTS. I GREEN'S I ? THE i M* ODERN JEWELLERS | ODERN LINES FOR ALL OCCASIONS { 3 ODERN METHODS IN REPAIR WORK j |l You are invited to inspect I 203 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL. PJione UB7810 | ? & Jack Isaac's X AUNTY'S CAFE X AT THE CROSSROADS Í SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS J Cold Lunches, Sandwiches, etc. .{. - Authorised Newsagency. Lottery Agency. Phone Liv. 452 J » »^X-X~:~:~:~X~:~:~:~:~:K^ WILLIAMSON'S BREAD H.FLEGG 321 HUME HIGHWAY LIVE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

COLE'S GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL THE HEARTH IS STILL THE HEART OF THE HOME ! ^fUBUT WHAT A DIFFERENCE IN COMFORT WITH . . WONDER HEAT! . Fresh Air Heating-no draughts. . No fumes, -moke GI rust. . Warrnu every corner of the room eyejnly. . Gives 4 ¡¡mes mou.- heai from ¿my duel . Perfect safety-clear armour plate giais doer prevents spark danger. <» Minimum cleaning-attractive appearan INSPECT THESE NEW WONDER HEAT AIR CONDITIONING .FIRES AT COLE S AÍio THE NEW WONDER CA C, PK«-Û.- FJ. .. COOKERS AT COLE'S. THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Soft Drinks, Ice Crermi. Gu »ecuonery, Milk V,w. M ilk Shaki and Drinks, only AA. J. CAMPBELL 4 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL OUT LUNCHES. SANDWICHES. CAKES AND PASTRY TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES STATIONERY. GROCERIES. Anderson's Smallgoods I Phone ÜB7680 j FOLLOW THE CROWDS . C. R. TEBB FAMILY BUTCHER 30 Terminus Street, Liverpool "Best Quality Meat Only' ?.al. Ruling 1'rices. Phone UB7S6f W....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

ITHE DOLLAR SAVER .... ALL BRITISH BEDFORD TRUCKS For Prompt Delivery. Place your order now with PAT CULLEN'S SERVICE STATION HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL if SPARE PARTS ^ TYRES AND TUBES + ACCESSORIES Phone UB7815 I E. F. COOPER i; FOR GROCERIES. HARDWARE, SMALLGOODS jj i AkES, DRINKS. ICE CREAM AND PRODUCE I PLENTY OF TINNED FISH I FOR THE LENTEN SEASON_ ; . SARDINES . SALMON . CRAYFISH . KIPPER SNACKS . PILCHARDS 0 WHITEBAIT . FISH CUTLETS COCONUT OIL IS BACK AT LAST. ' -fa Crockery Teapots. I ORDER YOUR EASTER EGGS NOW. ' 27 HILL STREET CABRAMATTA. Phone UB1693 I ll UH I llflllllimi IIIIMBWMI^BroiWMWWnfcaiWMWWMWIIWBBBMi^^WWTTMTW^-B i RUBBER ANKLE BOOTS ,0NE GROSS» ii X* «> £ Children's Light Ankle Rubber Boot*. Sizes 4 to 9, 6 ll .j; 10, 7 4 per pair. ', \ I BLAKE S FOOTWEAR STORE I .\' Macquarie Stree', Liverpool Ï $ 'Phone UB7689 X OUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL Phone UB7885 Children Given the Same Attention as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

FRED MARSHALL AUCTIONEER POULTRY SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY 12.30 p.m. MOORE STREET LIVERPOOL POULTRY PICKED UP MORNING OF SALE. PHONE, CAMDEN 342

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

I SPECIAL NOTICE! FOR YOUR MODERN HOME PLANS consult ERIC G. SATCHEL j SpeciaSist in Modern Home Design. j CUMBERLAND AND STATION RDS., CABRAMATTA ADVICE COSTS NOTHING. ^^>^^Bmtm^mmÊmmnÊmmÊmammÊÊammimmÊÊÊmÊmmÊmmiimÊmmmimmKiÊiKBH^HÊBifar TIME FOR A QUICK ONE AT H0SF0RDS RAILWAY HOTEL, LIVERPOOL Right at the Station, LIVERPOOL HOaFORD'S - THE HOUSE OF HOSP! I ALI I j LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE MODERN CARS wi'h or without drivers ¡ );i Iv ur Weekly Hiring j ! ..' \ . \ ' ..M.A. ( nvi rai^. Moderate Charges LIVERPOOL >K!VL YOURSELF SERVICE 141 Macquarie Street Phone UB7661 A. Wwomibe's HOXTON PARK STORE Big New Stocks ,:UO(.LRIES SMALLGOODS CONFECTIONERY HARDWARE CHILDREN'S LUNCHES Ail the needs of fhe Farmer and the Motorist NGER SEWING MACHINES \K\V PORTABLE ELECTRIC AND TREADLE CABINET MACHINES AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Trade-in your old Singer Drophead RENTALS ELECTRIC and TREADLE Machines RENTED for 2 weeks or longer periods. REPAIRS I GENUINE NEW PARTS. Expert S...

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LIVERPOOL COUNCIL Electricity Charges Up [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

LIVERPOOL COUNCIL Electricity Charges Up Among the decisions made by Alder- ] a: en at lasi Liverpool Council meeting j was one on the recommendation, oí the I combined finance and electricity com- I mittees for the discontinuonoe of the free element service on electric cooker;. Another was that the service call-out | charge shall be 4. -. j The deixxsA required l^am tdnants i before electricity is supplied is mcreas- ¡ ed is increased from £1 to £2. New electricity charges were decided as follows: Primary «32j. 5d. a unit. Secondary (80) ltd. a unit. Tertiary, .8d. a unit. The State Housm¿ Conunission, tho State Hospital and Military Establish- ] ments will get their current for M. a ! unit. The Mayor (Aid. B. C. Fitzpatrick) | , told aldermen that Liverpool's rate still ', I ccmpared favourably with many otners. 1 Aid. Garard made a complai:u that he had not been receiving nonces <J! meetings and a lunher complaint ilia, an apology sent by him was :iot re- ' corded in t...

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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

NEWS OF ¡THE LEGION Last Friday evening, the Legion held ¡ a ladies' night, af ter the general meet- j ing. The attendan/ ze was not as large as , anticipated, but a very pleasant even-1 ing was had bjr those present. Mrs. j Meehan at the piano and Eric Prit- j chard as M.C. kep t things moving mer- j rily. Ted Fitzhenr y's story of the 'clop maker" was a woi v. Ask him to tell it to you some day. I f members would like more of these ew enings, come to the j next general meet Lng and let us know. | We aim to please . Thc competition for j the box oj chocolates was won by Mrs. Greenwood, whilst Joe Field won lhe cigarettes. * ! The cricket match with Auburn-Lid- j combe sub-bi/ancb took place last Sun- ! day at Auburn. Unfortunately during | the luncheon period, it started to rain and the match ha* i to be abandoned, j but a return matct i will be played at I Liverpool in thrice weeks time. The best bowlers for Liverpool were Holmes 2-24, Cullen 2-11 and R. Wheeler 2-5. Our congratuj...

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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

HERE AND THERE Died at Liverpool on Sunday night Mr. Timothy Joseph Watters, 87 yean of age and a native of Dublin. Mr. Watters came to Australia with his large family in 1911 and six of his sons sewed with the A.I.P. in France in World Wai' I. One son, Aubrey, is claimed to have j been the youngest Australian to serve I in Prance Mr. Watters. who first set I tied in West Wyalong, was pre-deceased j by his wie eleven years ago. He is su» j vivod by one daughter, Lady Cajnpbell i Gray of London and six sons Roley j (served both wars). Lyn (served both j wars). Timothy, Albert (served World War Ii. Eugene (served World War I), and Aubrey (World War I). Another I son. Reuben, who served in both wars, has since died of war injuries. Among the relatives at the funeral in the Cath- olic portion of Liverpool on Tuesday was Mr. Norris, father of the ll-year old girl who was found murdered , in Newtown cemetery a year or so ago. Mr. Norris's wife had that morning pre- sented him with another...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB76Ü8 Week-night sessions commence 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, tí. 15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Failure io notify if not coming by per- manent lese. \d holders cancels reserves. MONDAY *ndí TUESDAY March 22, 23 Thc year's surprise picture. "ANGEL AND THE BAD MAN starring John Wa vive Sydney critics were unanimous in .their praisr of this outdoor epic, and justly described i( as I he year's scrcfii surprise. On tin* sam programme, flic full of action melodrama "SWELL GUY' (A) starrinir Ruth Warrick and Soimv Tufts. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY March 24. 25 Thc Kielli proudlv inclín - a wonderfu! motion pu-tun "THE GREEN YEARS" (? Thc screen adaptation of A. J Cronin's immortal hook. Supported hv '.LITTLE MiSS BROADWAY ' (G> a delightful musical willi mw ííatfs - Hines and faces. Capacity audiences are expected- hook carly ,lto avoid disappointment. EASTER SATURDAY ONLY. Matinee and Night Specially selected Holiday Pro- gramme for thc whole fami...

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POULTRY FARMERS Egg Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

POULTRY FARMERS l£gg Pricts. in Hie issue cl UK Poultry Farmer uu.iud bili Maren, ii»; Editorial cleals cxciUN.vc-iy wuh ino price oí eggs and itltixnet is niaae io Uie lact that a exeunt* m consumption occurred immed la.ciy UK increase ol od. in the pnce oí osig.s »äs jiinouiicto. mis can readily t>n undoMuou, but me reason lui- me ot.crea.se m ad. so soon alkr MM m jitii.se is not so ciaar io:' ins (tutorial g~es on ¡ J tay mat .noni current sales Houris, .MC consuma- ¿s suaa.iy accep'» nig tj.e new pnce as dimano, is im- proving." Xlieieicic, tins statement being corred, ana ixpuru, 1 rom producer agents, K ajjpeais mat tnt ir sales are wa CK to normal, tue«? was no reason tor c eo easing thc pi-ce at tnis juncture It was an uror ol judgment, tu;- price was acfimtely jusiilied by the increase in the cosi ol production and should have been mainu^nid. The producer is laced now wi'ih a winter pnce of 3d. unuer wnat he expected wita hi» costs still at tue same high level. i he pou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

MARRIAGE. LINES-WATSON. Saturday, 6th March at Liverpool, Edie, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Watson to Mr. R. Lines, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Lines of England.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 18 March 1948

PUBLIC NOTICES BATTERIES, all sizes types, makes. New and rebuilt guaranteed batteries. Liv. service Statiion (opp. Collmg woori Hotel). Hump Highway. REBORES. REBORES. REBORES. All classes of Car or Truck Rebores effect- ed. Quick'service. A. C. McGrath (next P.O.), Liverpool. UB7661. FENCING or CONCRETING carded out by expert. F. C. H»II, 220 -Macquarie St.. Liverpool. , ,. ,-r DANCING-Expert instruction at Terry Mullin's Dance Studio. Empire Hall (a't Station), Auburn. Monday and Friday nights. if MOTOR CYCLISTS All interested in the formation of a MOTOR CYCLE CLUB are invited to attend at LIVERPOOL SCHOOL (LiP ARTS This Fri ¿hy, 19th March, 8 p.m. LIVERPOOL AMATEUR CYCLING CLUB will hold a GENERAL MEETING on TUESDAY, 23rd MARCH at 7.45 p.m. in Smith's Hall. Northumberland Street. ! All members and intending members are required to attend. Roll up and make the meeting a success. UR~GENT!~ HOCKEY PLAYERS WANT- ED, Isl. 2nd and 3rd Grades, also Junior?». Nominations close 19th Marc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

y Jack Isaac's AUNTY'S CAFE f AT THE CROSSROADS g SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS Ç " Cold Lunches, Sandwiches, etc. X %, Authorised Newsagency. Lottery Agency. Phone Liv. 452 \ NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR PORTRAIT TAKEN. Call and make an appointment today. AINSWORTH STUDIOS NOW AT 8 SCOn Sil, LIVERPOOL (Right at Railway) Also S3 Bathurst Street. Phone Liv. 150 CHALLENGE ~H WOOLLEN MILLS HAVE VACANCIES FOR (a) GIRLS or YOUNG WOMEN with or without experience flar Weaving Department. (b) » SMART ACTIVE YOUTHS, 17 to 20 years, fov train- ing as Weavers. (c) BOYS, 15 to 17 years. Apply at Office, ATKINSON STREET, LIVERPOOL, Tele- phone UB7258, UB7259, or through the Commonwealth' {Employment Service. WILLIAMSON'S BREAD TB¥ . . . THE INGLE Confectionery, Soft Drinks Grills, Hall to Let. Phone lng. 262. G. Bettridge. Prop "The Right Shop to Shop Right" ANTEES BROS. ISO CABRAMATTA ROAD CABRAMATTA GROCERIES and HARDWARE FREE DELIVERY Phone UB1071 P. D. S. Producers Co-Op Distributing Society Have p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

FRED MARSHALL AUCTIONEER POULTRY SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY 12.30 p.m. j MOORE STREET \ LIVERPOOL I POULTRY PICKED UP MORNING OF SALE. PHONE, CAMDEN 342 Wally Smith's CABRA VALE TAXI SERVICE Available far Weddings, Funerals, etc. Tours arranged. Phone UBI 726 J. ROWELL GENERAL CARRIER Phone Liv. 34.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

NEWS OF THE LEGION We ave happy to see our Welfare Officer, "Peter" Nicholls back in town after his tour of the State, and that Roy Janek is up and about after his i'pell in hospital. Vice-president Gus Wych is in hospi- tal, and we hope it won't be long be- fore we see his smiling face again. Members are reminded that the re- turn cricket match with the Auburn Lidcombe sub-branch will be played in Weed ward Park on .'Sunday, 4th April Al! players wishing to> take part in this match arc to assemble in the park at S 45 a.m. If you are not a player, come fi Jong and lend your moral support any- way. Why not bring along Mum and the kids and make a pi cnic of it. Popular Jack Fbgleton is a grass! widower i've been told. He reckons its a great life as he c ran cook as many eggs as he likes. We are sorry t>> learn that Mrs. Neal is in hospital, aria we hope it won't be long before she is back home again. The sub-bra jich is daily growing stronger, five J aew members this week. We...

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YOUR OWN HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

YOUR OWN HOME Parramatta - QranviUe, Cabramatta. Faii-field and Liverpool Group and Co- operative Building Societies have al-1 ready advanced £ 1,250,000 to home j builders and home buyers. The terminating Co-operative Build- ing Societies, whioh is new in the past J ten years, have advanced over £40 mil- lion, is now recognised'as the best method of home finance in Australia. The Societies, which are truly co- operative, provide loans of 100 per cent of the total value up to £1250, 90 per cent up to £1540 and 80 per cent up't" £2240 of the house and land. Interes! is only 4 per cent. Home plans and specifications are provided for home- builders from £2/12/6. Legal fees are "vo-thirds of the scale cost and repay- ments are much less than rent and arr spread over 22 2/3 years. Being a Co- operative Society no one makes a profit out of the Societies' operations and the Group, which ls the largest in Australia has exceptionally low overhead costs. The Societies are supervised by thc Go...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CROSSROADS CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 25 March 1948

CROSSROADS CORNER By "MR. X" Another local h:ts the holiday trail. This time it is Wally Hutton, oft" to Wollongong for a fortnight. Once again Mrs. Smyth of Hume, Kennels cracks the jackpot. This time winning at the Camden Show, two firsts, a reserve challenge, one second. Well tnafam, henrty c^m»ratulaU|n:i And hew atout an insight into how to breed cocker-spaniels? Prestons Temns Club's presentation night was Friday. During the dance cups' were presented to Miso ßwane, best woman player, Mr. Alan Cloak, best man player, Miss Vivian Ryman, most im- proved player. Cups were donated by Mr. Cloak, Sen., Mr. Jack Isaac and Preston Tennis Club. To the winners we extend our heartiest congratulations on their winning the cups ard to the donors many thanks ror their generosity. Eack to the area, Mi. Clem Martin, who has been stationed at Moss Vale for a few months. Welcome back Clem and a long stay arnon? us all. We sincerely hops that Mi's.. Tom Pcpple who has been ill, makes a com- plet...

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