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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

, ? G3- Meetings to be Held. Good Templar's Lodge meets at Nowra Soptombor 14, 1882, at 7 p.m. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

Illawarra gtcnm Itftivigntiosi ? ' Company. ? '.'' TIME TABLE ' ' From Groonwoll ( Monday, 7am; Thursday, l'oint. I . : 8 am. i ?FARES- Cabin, 2Os; Return (Cniiin), 3Oh; ^. Steerage, 3tSs 6«I. *W E.MANNINO, ? Managor. English Scottish and Australian Chartcrc«J°If-ink. ' ' npHEi\BUSlNESS of this HANK will, fov tho _1 futuro ha conducted in Iho NEW PBE UISES5 in Kinghorn-streot u'ovt thcPioshytoiian church.' ??'.??? , EOBT,: FINTAYSON. ?., . '??'?'? Manngor. - Nowra, I2th January; ;1S81 ' I '- ????;. COMC3VEISSIO3ST ' ; Ann PRODUCE AGENT, TASMANIA!? JAM §? FRUIT DEPOT, 92 SXISSEX-STUEET, Y D N E Y . (Late Thome and MciUejohv,J Commis si on Agent, SUSSEX STREET, Between King and Market SUoots, SYDNEY. HAWKEH AND VANCE, Commission Agents, 103, Sussex SmEKr, SYDNEY. ELLIS & COMPANY, AILWAY AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, 763, George-street, South Sydnoy. Cattle* Sheep, and Horse Salesmen. Produce AufitBOiteerH and Agents, for tho Sale of Live Stock, Farm and Dairy Produce, Wool, Sheepskin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

The promoters of the flourishing institution known, as tho South Coaat and West Camden ? Districts Butter Company, may justly feel gratified at the success that has crowned their labours. In a young country, where there is little breathing time for the study of thfe: practical lessons of daily life; in a country where all are wrapt in business, or busy making homes for themselves, even the most paipauio uouuuuuua ui uuuy tui|jm-iuiiuB in business or social life are appreciable only to tho few. Hence, when the idea of co-operation for the sale of their produce wan propounded in a scheme, feasible enough, — and one which would have been readily appreciated by so progressive and practicable a people as our American cousins — only a minority, a small minority, could see the distant top of substantial gains to come. They fled from what they described as a present evil to a haven which to most of them was more ideal than real; but the practical good sense and business experience of ihe'di...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

Mhoulliavcn Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. Per Hunter, Cnptnin .1. M' Arthur, on tho lOtli August. To Sydney :-TltM.kCRS Imttcr, 20 piga, 7 cnlvcs, 33 chsci eggs, 3 cnslui tallow, 4' prcIciicch hMw, 12 bale* hay, 15 cheeses, 8 coopa poultrv, '1 bundles HhccpHkinn, 7 cases bacon, 7 bags bncon, 2 half-chest ten ; 7 baKa oysters', 1 hone, 13 baskets llsh, and sundries. To Kinma: 31 pigs, 2 bnga bans, 1 box dogs, aud suriarics. To WoUoiigong : 1 bag maize, 1 cose P'rer 'Hunter; Captain M' Arthur, on tho 14th August. To Sydney : ISO bags maize, 37 keprn butter, 0 horses, 13 cases eggs, ?J cases and 4 bags bacon, 4 coops poultry, 37 baskets fish, 40 empty baskets, 18 bagH oysters, and sundries. To Kiainn: 85 bag' nwfec, 1 lrox._ To Wollongong: 1 bag oysters. tdney :ir-4 TtCRs butter, 20 pigs, 5 calves, 5 bags bags, 27 eases, 31 basket* Ilsh, 1!) bags oysters, 10 cases eggs, 1 cow, ?1 cases bacon, 8 packages leather, 15 bags bacon, 17 coops poultry. 3 hides, 1 bundle wild ducks, 60 bags m...

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The Printing-office and the School. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

Tue Printing-office and the School. We do not wish to depreciate in the least the true merits of tho publio school, but we do state right here and now at the beginning of this article that, so far as the acquisition of true and practioal knowledge is concerned, there is no place, trade, or profession ; shop, store, or counting-room ; common school, academy, or university, whore so much true, correct, and practical knowledge can be so oasily, quickly, uuu unuujMy ourcuueu as in a woii-oraerou print ing-office — one that is kept cleanly, temperately, and orderly. It means a groat deal to say a well-ordered printing-office, and some time we will givo our full ideas of one but it is not necessary at this present writing. You ask would we do away with tho school because wo say the printing-office is a better placo to got a true education ? No by no moans — not that we loyo the school loss, but that wo lovo the printing-office more. We would still keop up the public schools, aud would so ...

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M'Elhone v. Suttor. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

M'EIUoae v. Suttor. The ' Gallery Gossip' writer of tho Echo (Syd ney) haB now taken his place 'Over the Clock' in the 'Strangors' Gallery in the Houso of Parliament, but has not diminished in point in sarcasm or humour. The motto of ' Stranger ' is ''gainst humbug sworn, from malice free.' The following pen photo of John M'Blhono on the war-path on Wednesday night, with a glanco represents tho Department of Education in this country, aro fair specimens of tho writer's style : — 'The ball last night was oponod by that admirable master of Parliamentary ceremonies, Mr. M'Elhone ; and supposing ono of tho many duties of a modern member of Parliament to be to throw as much dirt iu a given space of time as any accomplished Sydney larrikin can blue metal, tho hon. gentleman may safely be backed at any odds to maintain tho honour of Macquarie-street in this respect against Kont stroot. In thoso days of improved ordnance of all kinds it is only natural that Parliamentary weapons of offence ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

IIolloway's Ointment and Pills.— Fistulas', -piles, 'excoriations, and strictures are speedily relieved and ultimately removed by applying this Ointment aftor formontation with warm water. Persons sufforing from thoso scourgos of tho .human frame should ' arrost thnir progress at oneo, for it 13 both insidious and rapid. Fistulas, if long allowed to go unchecked, not only -weaken the norvous system but, dostroy lifo. Tho soonor thoso inestimable remedies aro used tho moro. certain is success, yot nono need despair ; hopeless cases havo likewise yieldod, and tho sufferer boon saved a painful death. In ? oxcoriations a fow applica tions of this healing Ointmont effect a cure, while tho Pills, conjointly with it, are ospocially bonoficial iij relaxing and removing strictures, whatovor thoir situation or duration;— Adv. The Alan who Vonds 01 Imports. — As many do, an imitation or counterfeit of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to bo a pern...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

ES. ROWE has foj/iilo^ifino lot of STORE . PIGS, ]iis,t fit«(rrntton For Sale, ,4 : STAUNCH Cart IK)HS13, useful in harnoss J\. // J UUNT, '/ *' Auctioneer. Nowra, Soptcnibo/12, 18S2. Siuhllc BB-M'ho WantCJl. ? t, TTTANTED, a a^Lf!'i«dlo HACKNEY, or YY UnbiokouyCOLT, about i joais old. .Apply to / /A. M'DONALD, Burrior. CBIA.E ZeWISe] ~j/ I THE undorsignc I, do hereby Challongo to 9 ROW Mn. WILLIAM WlLSON,; of Coinorong, a raco in I ost and host skiffs, for £25 to £50 asido, and tho Championship, ovor tho usual Champion/Co irf-o, Nuniba. (Signed) / / T . H. NICHOLS, Greouwoll Point. 12th Sopt., 1882. ' NO Wit A. CIt [CKET CliUJB,' PIIESENTATJO OF TROPHIES. s2fe--vaN rPH 3 Adjourned ANNUAL J&£~ '^ JL lEXElUL MEETING f^KijS ^% of lJ1P ll)()V0 Ol io!:ot Olub wil1 v,, v)& SiUji y!)h o/tho Band Uttll. Nowra, Wf 71 |T(jfMlj[iKOW (FRIDAY) SUGffli\ffiwffi ]^'G- llt8 o'clock, whon m-^^W tho TJ OPLI1ES won last Soa ^J^aCTf^jy son ^ ill bo presented to tho -i*^- Winu rs. A full...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Dairy Farmers of Kiama and Mr. Dymock. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

MISCEliIi AISEWlTg. 11 » — ? V '? ;' ' ?; The Dairy Farmers of Kiaiha. and ' ? ? ? - '? Mr. Dynmoclc. ? . . ?? ..... . .. The following appeared as a leader inflie,jEcAp. of Wednesday, August 30 :— i !.,:.,! The dairy farmers of the Kiama district, feeling themselves under great obligations' to Mr. Dymook for furthering their interests, have adopted a very practical method of showing their gratitude; by proposing to make him still further useful to them. In addition to other eervioes in tneir Denait as a puoiic-spintea and leading man in the district, he has worked long and successfully to form the co-operative socioty by means of which the dairy produce of the dis trict is disposed of in Sydney more satisfactorily and at less expense. This is an arrangement by which the producer has gained and the consumer has not lost. We are so used to arrangements, stimulated by trades-unions, at which the pro ducer, gains at the. direct cost of the consumer, that it is refreshing to notice a tr...

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Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

Parliamentary Bnnimary. /'Abridged from the Herald.) In tho Legislative Council on Wodnesday, tho Tamworth Gas and Coke Company's Bill was received from tho Legislative Assembly, and. on tho motiou of Mr. A. Campbell it was read tho first timo. Mr. Torry moved, — ' That tho Cudgogong Town Hall Bill bo read tho socond time,' and tho motion was carried. Tho Houso ?went into committoo on tho bill, but only one amendment was mado m it, viz., to umit tlio borrowing powor of tho coupon to the estimated revenue of the municipality for threo years instead of five. Tho bill was reported with an amendment, and the report adopted. Tho House adjourned until 4 on Wednesday noxt. Tho Legislative Assembly did not meet on Tuesday until half-past 7 o'clock, and then hon. members proceedod to make up for lost timo by »/purpbseless discussion for a considerable time on -a motion for tho adjournment of the House, ?which tfeoy never intended to bo carried. After this had 1x3611 negatived, several resolu...

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Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

Morning. Tun morning lnonlw, nlomr lliu milily cnst, ': ' ; ivnin nut tliooliiiml)o™JfOioi.ilU.«iHl cloud, . . . ' Slio mllies forth, m full- ln-ldc (-i tliu funat, With timate olioukH, mill Hi;1iti-niiialuuRlit«r loud ; Her dappled cpurHWH, mmf. tlio mornini? air, With nuitrllfl Wo uutipreiwl, mill wildly flowing linlr Along tlio'onstuni nky, an wing i (if light SliogrcotHlierMstcrinildllH Ink liuiitduirlli, WliusaiwiiHiva look, mid tram 111 ? ikn iliani hnulil. Soon slio dinpi'lii, with muni) iuiIoh of ninth , And ucutly pivrxm to her txhiwiiij lijj^i, Tho tender IIiiwi-'h of ciirtli, iiIiohl ncUnrul fount slio sIph Tho morning lironkn, the gloroiH mil of iluy, llrlKhtly refulgent, ojioa lih luvtiions rjm, And from his Bullion lodffl, with dnr/linfr 1115 , KhcdH Htn-imiH of (flory, wuvlui, o'ti tho skin, When hi-, hwlaniMieil nmnlli dotli unfold, Dying tho earth with hues of m'mmm und of gold. Tho morning breaks, 'from mil tho Icafj wood, 'ilio vneiil ohoiisliOT, do turn, tin 11 p...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Opening of St. Mary's Cathedral. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

MISCEBiLAHTEOUS. ♦ ? Tlie Opening of St. Mary's Cathedral. ITItST DAY. Yesterday tho most important event in tho history of Catholicism in this colony was colebrated in tho solemn opening of St. Mary's Cathedral. It is an event which tho members of the Roman Catholic Church havo anxiously looked forward to for many years, hoping to see tho consummation of tho },roat movement sot on foot 17 years ago by the premier prelate of Australia, yet fearing that tho task which hnd been undertaken in tho orection of this groat :oranle was one which could hardlv bo accom plished in a lifotimo. It is an ovont which commands the deop. attention of tho Roman Catholics, not only in this archdiocese, but in the wholo of tho dioceses in Australia, because in this city was raisod tho nucleus of the colonial Catholic Church, which half a century ago was cribbod and feoblo, but now numbers nearly a million adherents — bocauso it was in this city that this faith had to opposo and ovorcomo official intole...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co—operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

Comino'citii Iii-ttIIiK«itiic«s South Count and 'West Cnimtcn Go o|tcrnlivc Cwiiiiiuiiy (ijliiiHed). Sydney Maiiket Piuoes. Wo rocoivnd tho following tologram on Monday morning last — Jiuttoi lias ad\ancod to-daj . I'nto foi bo-it 'li pti lb Bolow wo givo general quotations. £ h tl £, s d Huttoi.bost, poi lb 0 1 0 to 0 2 0 Hacon, ditto 0 0 7 „ 0 0 9 Ditto hoavvnnthough 0 0 5,, 006 Chposo.pm lb 0 0 0 ,. 0 0 10 Pigs, ah\o 10 0 „ ?'} 0 0 Cahos, oach 0 8 0 „ 15 0 Uulos, 0 8 0,, 100 Calfskins, oach 0 10,, 010 Tallow, poi ton 32 0 0 ,,310 0 Mni70, pei biitthol 0 1 10 „ 0 5 0 Whoat, nnjwited 0 h 0 „ 0 7 0, Bailoy, (English) Old „ 0 fl |) Ditto, (Capo) ditto 0 -l 0 „ 0 1 li Oats, ditto 0 ? J 3 „ 0' 3 0 Ua- (oa(on) ]ioi ton.. 5 0 0 ,, 8 0 0 I)itto(lucoiuo)ditto 0 0 0*,, 8 0 0 Potatoes ditto ) *() 0 ,,\ 5 0 0 Fowls, poi pan 0 3 0 „ ' 0 4, 0 Ducks, ditto 0 10,, 0 5 0 Gooio, ditto 0 5 0 i, 0 7 0 Tiukojs, ditto OHO „ 0 1C 0 Eggs, poi doam 0 0 10 „ 0 10' Commorcial Stoics, Sussov-stioot, Sydnoy, ...

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Cable Intelligence LONDON, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 14 September 1882

. Cal-R-! . Ii»t«llB^enc«. ' . ([From the Sydney I'apei 1 ) .- ??..??.' ' London, Soptombor 7. . Tho Australian cricketers commoncod a match to-day at Scarborough against tho Zingari Club. The Australians wont first to tho wickots, and \toto all disposed of for a total of 1 53 runs. Tho highost score was inailo by Mnssio, who played a good innings for 51, when ho was bowiod. Horan contributed 32 and Bonnor 17, oach being caught. The homo toaiu then wont in, and at tho conclusion o£ tho day's play had scored 50 .runs for tho loss of 0110 wickot. — Soptembor 8. — Tho mutch between tho Austra lians and tho Zingari Olub was continued to-dny nt Scarborough. Tho homo team, with ono wickot down for 50, resumed thoir innings. Sovoral of tho players made a good stand. Tho innings closed for a total of 27!). Tho Austra lians had only tiino to make, a commoncemont wlien tho wickets ?were drawn. Thoy had scorod 30 for tho loss of ono wickot. — September !).?— The Zingari match was rosumed to-da...

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HE SAT UP WITH THE CORPSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

HE HAT UP' WITH. THU C01U-Sfc. Two Gooigia men were going homo the othei night, 'nfter all the othci places weie shut up,' when ono of them was struck, as ho thought, by somebody standing ncai the cuib stono. Ho turned nnd giappled with his assailant, gave him back a stinging blow with his list, and laid him prostiatc on tho giotind. As .the injured man did not use. tho othei turned to his companion, and said : ' I havo (lno) killed him; it's the fust. man I over killed. What shall I (hic]l do '' ' Do (luo) — do ' Go (hie) home,' said the other, ' and I'll sit up wui-a corpsh.' Tho murderer went home, while his fnond lay 'down by the side of the corpse, and next morning, was found still sleeping sweetly, cuddled up closo to'tho fallen tioe-box

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DARWIN'S THEORY BACKWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

DAKWIN's TlIliOllY.llACKWAHDS. Evi.it since Eve foiced the apple On her unsuspecting spouse, Man has had his bicad to giapplo By tluynoistuic of hib blows , But the ape was much too clevci TV become the serpent's pray — So ho toils' not.' and ho nd\ni Turns^ hail the livelong day. Anthropoids aie never sordid, Ne\er have the thust foi diink ; Homo at night 'tis not rocoided That the husband-monkeys slink, When they're tupped byjoitune fickle, Fastened to a eiuol chain, They, unselfish, seek the nickel For the organ-gunder's gain. How they seoin tho inscal penny, 'With then. iestle-3, lolling eyes I Ah, belio've mo, I've known many Men who aio not half so wise. Bliss to live without a tailoi,' Freo from caieb and doctoi 's pills, Ne'er to tremble, oi turn pale o'ei Piles of unreceipted bills.

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Humour. THE FIVE OBEDIENT HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

Ibumour. 'run nvu oiihdiknt iidhiiandh. Tin hi woio fi\o of them together, and il wai Into. They had boon dunking. Finally ono of them looked at tho clock, nnd said,: 'What x\ ill om \\i\os say whon wo como home?' ' Let thorn say what they want to. Mine will toll mo to go to tho mischief,' losponded No. 2. ' I'll tell you what we will do. Let us moot hcip again in the moining, and tell oui ex periences. Let tho ono .who has refused to do what his wif(- told him to pay, when he got homo for this o\ening's cnlcitammcnl.' 'That's a good idea. Wo will agree to that.' So thepaity bioko up and wont to thcii iespecti\o homes. Next moining they met al tlio appointed place, and began to tell their experiences. , Said No. 1 : 'Whon I opened tho dobi my wifo was awake. Sho said, 'A piolty lime of night for you to be coming home. You had bettci go out and sleep in tho pig-pen, for that's what you will come to sooneivoi lalor, any how, liathoi than pay foi all we had diunk last night, I did what...

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INGERSOLL ON INTEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

INOKUSpIili. ON INTKMPKI1ANC1 . Im'i.mi'j:ii wck cuts dpwn youth in its stiength, alid ago in its weakness. It hreaks the father's heart, bereaves the doting mother, extinguishes natural affections; erases con jugal love, blots out filial attachments, blights parental hope, and brings down mourning age in sorrow to tho grave. It produc os weakness, not slicngth; sickness, not hciilth , death, not life; It makes wives widows , children orphans ; fathers fiends ; and all of them paupers and beggars. It feeds lheumatisin, nurses gout, welcomes opidenucs, invites cholera', imports pestilunc.0, and ernbiaces consumption. It covers tho land with idle ness', mi«ciy and crime. It fills your jails, ' supplies your almshduses, and demands your asylums. It crowds your peniten liarics, and furnishes victims to your scaffold It is the life blood of the gambler, the element of the burglar, tho prop of the highwayman, and the support of the midnight incendiary. It countenances the liar} respects t...

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IS MAN THE HIGHEST ANIMAL? [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

IS' MAN THE- HIGHEST ANIMAL .' Tin uicasuio of /ooIogiLil innk is a specialization exhibited lij all tho aigiuis, taken Lolloclively. Spcimli/atmn ma} ha exaggoi atcd in one oi spa ei al oi gans, without the animal thuofoio attaining as a wholo a high lank This is tho caso in man. The niiftsmo of bpeLnli/ation is avoided bj om lnjolog), which shonh in carhci stages tho nim nhcitv and umfoimit) of stiTictmc, Hindi, m later stages, is lanluicd bj complexity Tho human hod) ptesencs scmtu iniumtant cmlujomu tea tincb In man no find tluce nones of high dine rentiationb, namely in the biani, m the changes induced li\, or accompli!} ing tho upright position, and thud, in tho omiosihilil} of tho thumbs to tbo otbci digits 'lhcso arc the principal, though, of couiso, not sliiLtl) tho oiilj chaiacteiistics of man, which shon that he is moio specialized than any otbci animal In olhei lespects ho slions a still moic stiikmg .nfonontj II is, nf course, a familial (iliscnation lhat his senses aic...

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Day of Atonement. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

Day of Atonement. It will bo interesting to our roaders to know that Saturday next, tho 23rd instant, will bo the great Jewish Day of Atonomont, and whioh is observed very Btrictly as a. holiday throughout tho Jowish world. 'Holiday,' in tho Jewish eenso of tho torm, is not the holiday of modern and customary festivity. This day of Atonomont is, in fact, the Sabbath of Sabbaths with the Jows; nnd tho sonso of solomnity with it is recognised by all Jows worthy of tho namo, may bettor be understood by tho following from Mosaic records, showing tho original and nature of tho rites : — 'And tho Lord spake unto Moses, saying: Also on tho 10th davof this sovonth month thoro shall be a day of Atonement ; it shall bo an holy convocation unto you, and yo shall afflict your souls and offor an offering mado by flro unto tho Lord. ' And yo shall do no work in that samo day, for it is a day of atonoment to mako an atone ment for you boforo tho Lord your God. For whatsoovor soul it bo that shall ...

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