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THE TRAMWAYS. Sydney, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

THE TRAMWAYS. Sydney, July 24. The Premier has promised that no change in the tramway system shall take place without the consent of Parliament.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

jSsrBi-iE. — Tliatai'JlKjrieiijr made of such j, simple plaits ^S»s,J0»clin^''4laJ«lraikv : eliou, etc., make so Safes', aiid Siicli inarvel o atd wonAeittl cu^^vWr; '^uIkJVw1^0^11:' don Bitters do? It inuBtpJK6r?when young ?aiid old. rich and poor, Eastor=a^ Doctor, fla*yer; &B&;\ editor, alltestifj' to haviog^^Hn curedliy them, we mnst believe them and dw-^Mip'.lotiger.;. ' Poset. Tjlmb is Mokey--t; Tini|CTfc BVWJ W$\ ^ f.a^ by keeping Dr. Bell's BSMMS in -tlie 'house '_?? Itfis au in\TaluE3}le remedy for all jfiBorders of ? the! kid neys, liver and bowels, anS'l* all ?thebbstractaons of tuese organs. ,'Ithas cm\ Itinauy pbstin^te cases after hundreds of pounds ha 1 Beea paid to .^hysi citius without obtaining relii-O 'It^eures -^nstip tion, piles, hUio«saess,'^a-V^:lin)clreS'':3is6rt!eray1 K»epit%''youv; ?? ,?' ? .',;??? ;._|; -^;. -^ .T] -^ ^r;:_.;: A. Sape Medicise foe Liusifcte. — The reasoii itliat Abraham s Pills are a safe medicine for ladies. is s that they...

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THE CABLE. Sydney, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

THE CABLE. SvdneT. Julv 24. The cable steamer Recorder reports that neither end of the new cable has beeu yet recovered.

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PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. Western Herald OFFICE. TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

PASTORAL 1 2JTEI L1G3 N CS WetUrn jleraid Office. TofiSlur Erasure. The dry, windy, drought like weather continues lith but little apparent prospect of a, change, the desirability of which, it ia needless tn say Is daily increasing. Shearing is progi essing in. various parts of the district and by the middle of next month will be iu full swing. Our Batriugun correspondent sejils us- the fol lowing :— 10M head of cattle from EMerslie for Victoria, via Bourne, passed on the 23rd instant, Sir'Samuel Wilson miner, IL Wilson in cbargi. Our Barringun corresp'j'idcat rcp'»r ?- lae I blow ing stock passings :— July 12— lii fi.. cattle, mixeJ &c;xes, from Yergeai -nt, I) -a. id f«r M-c quarie, via brewarriua, J. C. Ryu« oh ner, R. K. Lane in charge. July 1 o— 3 )3 'fat builosks from _ ListoweL Downs, bound for l-ui l-u, Berkeiuian anil Lambert owners, J. S. idair in chirge. July 16 — 800 store cattle, mixed sexes, from Couimongin South, bound fai Wadonga, Clay, Fink and Co. owners, T...

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TELEGRAMS. PARLIAMENTARY. Sydney, July 24 [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

.jL&GJIAMS. PARUA tfENTARY. Svdnev. Julv '2i Owing to stonews Jlin^ ju ^iie Assembly last evening thePreri ier was unable to raove *]ie second reading of the Local Gytenraent Bill, or to explain 'tl e iMiLway proposals of (he Government. The Legislative C dub oil lias passed the Divorce Amendment Bill. It transpired in th' i Assembly, las! mgiii, that JYLr. Bailey, zornperiy proprietor or the ''Sunday Ifetvs,' vt s ;iathoiised by the P. emier to deliver freh i lectures in Eng land on h£j icukural iriatt- rs for £20 eacli. The Assembly is s'ill si' ing, an'l ]^inro,a tion to-day is doubtful. Tae Appropriation Bill has been passed ; -but the Loans Bill has yet to be passed. Later. The A-t-einbly managed loget ibrough he remaining business in lime for the proroga tion. The Appropriation and Loan Bills were sent so ine Upper Souse and pa-sed through by that Chamber The Premier no'ined the railway lines Tvhicli the Government intend defiti ely io pu; before Parliament, namely — M...

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BRIDGE CROSSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

BRIDGE CROSSINGS. The following are the crossings over the Darling Bridge, North Bourke, for the week ended 21st July :— On the IStli — 114 cattle from Landsdown to Melbourne, Landsdown Pastoral Co. owners, Wilkinson and Lavender agents. 18th— 151 catde from Wapwcela to Melbourne, Griffiths and Co. owners, ' C. Cresswell iu charge. 19th— 328 cattle from Ardoch to Sydney and Melbourne, W. Slye owner, James Coleman in charge, J. Anderson and Co. agents; 217 cattle from Brindingabba to Sydney, J. and W. Christian owners, Henry Scrivener in charge, J. Anderson and Co. agents. 20th — 30 -cows and calves from Bourke to Cunna mulla, H. Wallace owner, J. Doyle in charge. Total cattle, 840. July 17th— 3860 sheep from Nulty to Melbourne, Mr. Crowe owner, W. ? Reniiel in charge, J. Anderson and Co. agents. 20th— 430 1-ams from Sydney to WIdgeegoarra, E. ,and J. Bignell owners, John 'Campbell in charge, Ryan, Hammond and Donkin, agents. BAUEIGH AHELEN AND CO. Report having sold in wool 5000 you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

SKrSSY USES'. Well's Heal Jj Renewer testores health and vigor cures Dyspspbia, Iiupotenc2, Sexual debility. At CieaiisU. and druggists. Moses Moss and Co. Agents, Sydney. '' Bor/on on wr.ES. Why iiiifiii Piles? Iimneiiate relief ami com pleie «me guaianteed. Aak for ?* Rough on Piles.' ISure cure for itching, protruding or any form of piles. '

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FROM PITT, SON, AND BADGERY. Sydney, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [BIT TfiLEGBAPH;] + FBOMWTT, SON, ASD BADGERY. Sydney, July S3. 14,000 sheep penned to-day. Market over supplied, and prices Is lower, except for best. ' We-sold over «000, Including 1000 -'Walhallow wethers, 10s 9d to Ho 84 ; 2000 Warrah wethers, 9s Sd to % Cd J Hilla's wethers; Ss 3d to Sb 8d ; a few .seconds, 7s 2d - CapelVs Gorian wethers, 7s lid to Ss 3d, etc. 700 cattle yarded, iJJarket dull/ and sales closed weaker. We sold 350, including Christian's Brindingabba bullocks, £6 16s 43., topping market ; and .HungerforcTs Baeramie bullocks, $65? ; also 90 for same owner privately, s£7.

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

MBWS ZZT BRIEF. The tramway conductors claim that their ex perience has shown that the mechanism of many of the bells ussd by them is imperfect, and that the results registered cannot always be relied upon It is alleged by an ex-tiamway conductor that the scandals in connection with the collection of tickets on the tramways originated in a practical joke ; and it is also stated that the amount of the frauds has been overstated. At the annual stud sheep sales in connection ?with the Pastoral and Agricultural Society's show at Deniliquin, a fair number of animals were sub mitted, and good prices realised. The wife or a publican named Kelly, at Mel bourne, whilst playing with some sheepshears. in iiicted a wound upon iier husband from which he bled to death. A tike occurred at Waterloo recently, by which 60 Chinamen were rendered homeless. Forty-five tenements were destroyed, but no lives were lost. A fibs: occurred at Eugowra Vineyard, and Mr. Robertson, the owner, liis wife, and chil...

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VIVIENNE. BOOK VII. CHAPTER VI. [CONTINUED.] TESTED AND TRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

vhtienne. THE jUJTHOE OF ' Mr LADY COQUETTE.' BOOK VII. CHAPTER Vt [COTSTIKUED.] TESTED ASO TUT ED. And then with a sodd--n a'wgation of pelf, vrilU a c!-rival«u«! resolve to t-fck llie happiness of the two fnenris be loved best on earth, Albert deter ninerf that he would eek the cause of iheir voluntary separation — their inexplicable distrust — and, if pos sible, set doubts and fears at rrst for ever, and elrar awiy the shadows that obscured their love. It was a haid task for one who loved as he loved Vivienne, but Albert eoujrht her happiness before hie own; he was so utterly, so perfectly, unselfish, that to see Vi»;enne content and blessed at last was all the reward he sought from life, now he knew her love was never to be hiB — had never ~been his even for a -single moment. ' Aii, Ramil !' he said at last, when out of the chaos of though te all shapeless and confused, this one resolve stood clear and distinct before him : ' I thought a day would come when you too would learn, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

Qommsrcial Banking Compan, of Sydney. Established 1834 ; Incorporated 1848. Capital £600,000. Brscrve Fund £600,001 B'fltrrf for Eqmiisa'ion of Divirieuds £135,000. Bourke Branch, (Opened 186b ) DEPOSITS received on current arcounts ; interes allowed o;i fixod deposits At current rates bMs discounted; cheques and oiders collecfci-d ifcvefte issued, ana -Ul ueunl banking tms'uess trans a'tcd. DARLI5TG filVEB BRANCHES : S£71_cGE_% Bl?EW?mi?I]SI^s BOTJ^KE, Wit . H. T. K. BUL1 Manager Uoui\£e Branch. The Australian Joint Stock Bank, HEAD OFFTCK - SYDNEY. Beurke Branch: satchel! Street. Alt usual baaieiny business transacted. C. a. KEisT, Manager. Ihe London Chartered Bank of Australia, I turj.uratrd bi KojAi Ch_rtul. ' G&pitalp&id up~0ne Million Sterling BOUHKB B fi A X C IT . H. W. HI Kb, Msnagei. 'pTJ. b i d do LThV Solicitor, &c.) OXLEY STREET. BOURK& C n-mi-*i-mer for jlfiH-i«ts for Victoiia, Queensland _nd Suu'Ji -Australia. J. T. EEADFORD, Solicitor...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

ude any number of attendants ,. ^ may- be selected to acconipsay the selected daughter to the altar with presents which become *nore and more exacting. la old-fashioned days a bridesgroom often presented his bride with a Bible or church service, and to the two or perhaps three attendant maidens prayer-books in ivory binding would be eeut. Ifexfc came the furnishing ; of boguets. In certain seasons choice flovrers may be secured from one's garden and greenhouse to make dainty boquets, or the young Croesus may ffo the fashionable florist, and order flowers to suit his fancy for the bride at 10 guineas a boquet, and for each of her ladies at two guineas. This expenditure is, however, quite unjustifiable when the bridegoom, though ' moving in the best society,' has not a large foi'tune. Even it the boquets were all and the number limited to a trio, the tax would be great; but where, as is often ihe case, eight bridesmaids are present, the cost of the flowers is a serious item to many wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

W00R00R00KA HOTEL. I J QUEENSLAIfD BOftDER, On the main, rttad jrem Bowkc to CtauinmiUa. THETIS Hotel affords excellent accommodation J. traveller*. Netting fent Hb% best wines and spirits sold. -*OOD STABLING AND PADDOCKS. Drovers' requirements particularly attended to. RIPPER CABTEE Proprietor. LEOKNAPPER HOTEL. ON THE ENNGONIA-BEEWAERINA ROAD. rp&AYfiLLERS mad otheis^ndXhe general pub 1 lie will find *very coarenience, both for them ?elveaanl horses, »t the mkon well-known heteL Attached t»th» hotel is a stora containing a com ?laUassorfementi ©Fall requisites f»r the roa.l Qeod *ecmrep*£JU-Gi wMmbunianct of grass A icata: Nob« Irat tk« »«8t of liquors in the bur. '? ? H. TURNER. Proprietor. OUCIDENTAL^OTEL ? WYKTARD SQUARE, IJEQS *-, inform an old friends «id the public J- {ftnsnOfar *«»»*? hu nsnmea the proprie tmaMp of^lw'aWMflBRjscl, a^ch i-e intends to conduct m iBHwrvwiJiBes, »n-lJinmwTiytogive ssfidulte JM^osmyaal^ioiNUuay quests. Asa cwmfort&le »«tel lt'MB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

al^^q^e|sS^Lmencm;jjaE^|B^^ 'i^tOTt;,.ise©|nfid»renewiOT:i5M°j|f:|b^ «isiiMr«everal bottles. 1 »mJiofc--iayM«otmd ciire/ unta I nsed I)r. Sotde^s J^m ,TAe second made 'iae as well ttnd strom* *b wheH { i;;'«*'j?ronounTOd'J-y,'ftlOT&nVl^t;iipnTOici^^ Seven bottles of yonr Bitten cnrei him and ?{S^J^S^jB'%t ira&^.pfersMui' j .'V': ?. :-Ji i ?-.?; :'; :?'?-' ?'i'i-'.'ra^i-^ ? ' ? ? ? Aiid ^ny mow »r« ifiii^ ;1';-3)o:auracles; ?' - : '. ^ }:^; ? ':- '' V- '?''$. \ t4 i - Ifa ^r,: .:i % «-i ^nig^tjv'!:::;.^t;f'?'toOjjSifmutt'HSlifra work 'too hariwtkout rest : :doctoraU the time ; take^ the \^e nostrums advei^e, and -then you wiUwanttoknow^zote.vet «^? ?wMchiBan^ mafew words— -Take Dr. Soule'sAnierican& .?Bitters;-:;: ,; v , ;;;; :.:.? vp'Vv-; -^i;:.:; fe^^- ^;^;;^;:i ;^p^s ?- ' i-^T-b-i'1 ;;':T3J*;--;-.:' l?;1^,^^^r^^i|.'.^?f.l-^?'?;Vl:*c]ij!T?lV:i;:li;l,'?:;i;???'^^?? ???'.??^ THE GREA.TEST CIJB,A.TIV3B SUCCESS j \|0 medicmeintnroduc«d to .the public taa; ever i...

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BOURKE DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

BOURKE DISTUIGT CRICKET CLUB. The annual general meeting of the members of the Bourke District Oricket club was held on Monday evening labt at Tattersall'a HoLel, the attendance being fair. llr. C. McArthur King was voted to the chair. The minutes of the last annual meeting having been confirmed, the Hon. Sec. read his annual repuifc, wmvu euuwcu uiiii/ tae viuu iuui not teen beaten once during the past season, and also re ported the various averages. Mr. Bloxham, with the good average of 22 14 runs per innings for 8 innings, was highest in the batting, and Messrs. Ciocker, Readford, and Isaacs also showed good scores. The bowling averages were very close bebw eeu Messrs. Keadford and Colless, the former obtaining 24 wickets for 8.3, and the latter 8.4 per wicket. Mr. A. Palmer, however, topped the lot, obtaining tin average of a little over 4per wicket, bowling, lionet er, a much less number of balls than the other players named. The report stated that o\ cr £88 had been subscribed...

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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

^^^imffM$Mi^M^^^^^0;li [?] ': ?'into ..a'flujb$r&^ ;:. ' ilmpo'ssibiB'^^v^^^-ussiati'-'' Xnklias&iaoir's '?; ; , '?. {-*. .^emiMv^f jSjH^-^e^^ , . :;~|»iij^^te^^m^»iiich-/: .Eussia'''jias-.-iiever ',ifp$A '''' V:-s6ni|;^oimen.tii^piMreed €n^i^4^ealihgs :' ' jfcroai .1 ? ..; : :;^ifc^^-&'ffieizip^eS«tyii:!. availaMe, -:^pprtiinA;| '. ' '. 'ity '?o£:adiingl!ibo' th^Bul^a's:e!nl9arr^sinenits;i ri^'£he:V&^^ ? .?, '.hea^,te^enj^;;TO:;i^ 1 , 'arid, as '^iu^'''^e''t^iuid^'m'aa^ -^re^^vw' ..ranks ^^ slxouidygetlEit least one moiitli'ssalarjrjl, : pr^siii^ iiebte^promineiit among them Toeing; ?'? ?'; \ ?'; ?jfirupjj'lthe ;1$?«hi founder.; .-u \33iere' iJaW-1. a|fc 'C'^jiears::^''lji^^ ? ,'?'.. .Iruleed, -.a- siiin' jof .:fenrv'iijillion. 's-feajaps.^pui' ,'«-£; V..-..,;:tiai^;;i^ ?^y:'ian-^|^us£r:'f?^^ ;. ? ' .^$iifofi?s/ciiaii^ -ctpvioiili; ' : '? ;; ? ??Sl'!anj; '-?3^|^:llelj£^ -' : ????pay ^»:*ne,w»r.:Saicleniiiiw5''l-^ - however ^tLussiiai Jf»v,^ys)i&a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

- .i. (Hie, ii «,„„,. mi, is the for mation of a. Protectionist orgaax. tion at Bourke. Admitting (v. hich I don't) that a tax on leather ?h ill stimulate bout -making or saddlery, and that a diity on machinery will start woollen mills into existence as if by magic, how will that benefit Bourke? Manufacturers always choose places v. here there is a popalation. They would prefer places lAe Sydney and Goulburn, Bathur&t and Orange I have never heard of a cotton factory being started on a desert island in order to attract population, according to the well known protec tionist theory. admitting (which I don't) that taxes on clothing, groceries, and all farming implements will stimulate agriculture, will they be sufficient to induce hard-working men to cover these arid plains with waving cornfields ? Would it not be more practicable to go for a system of local government, whereby we conld have control of our own revenue? Then we should have a chance of counteracting unfavorable c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

? '???? ^^?^^ . . %*/OE.K .of. all descriptions executed .with die VW paicb, -ana-'dn* an'wortniaijli'lie »iSiannern;kt : moderate prices. B3EG to inform their ',-=cpf tomera aind all persbnt they .hay e for ,sthe pkst tw^lTe {M) mon|hB ibieen ;jw*-rlif 3 ing under Terjr^greiititiifliculties owing to ilieflooiea: condition of ibe roads between their mills and the 1 ' i^reft.'Wilw^J^iSalio^ at co^ ??? ??. ??'? ??'-?'^ilV.irifl^hSU'ljnljfuwr^ -?^?^y^^-^t^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^y^ '*'?? ?' ;'?? ' '''-'-'a ? '?*?!. ''^?'V.v-filjHSfja^ojre'llioi^ ? ^..k ^vA-wl^^Siieiic^luifl is epecially designed and furnished ? ?- '? i ';? ?'^So^Sie^&lfiSi^^ ?'.'?'' ???':iv''^tn|av'^eU'^ +:? ??&:? ? .-t^*?*^ :??£?.? -: ^;vr'''V::'t5 -^s^ ? ,? ?; ^.;,1.;. ? ? /. -v\,;. ? ^{^J^mZ, |;iJk\^ :',;?,? '?''.,??'!? ?*' fi-v .;;-;'??; :;;3^^l|xBLn8 iM w^Seiepf feaeUlposted in'the lutest ?p^/iOnTCir'^^Mp^^br^ ? ?..-:;? ;: .: / : 4.,' ' , ;, vrd^^mf^fSE^isk^t %&fyi.};fl'£; ',-. thaiikftilly acknoiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

All Twerds Well Shrunk *-;ti-tfH.i»a -aiprkr att*:xi-:sd to. ...... KOYALHOTEL LOXJTH. P. MATHE^WS, Proprietor, k T the above well-known establishment, .visitors JL to Loutii may, rely. iipongettiug - Comfortable JiccominodatioiJ, Liberal Table, First-class LiquorSj^ood StabliDg,Ci^tj and Attention ?.?; ?? v- :.;';'??; at''-v: ' ? :-v. ?. ?- .;???? ? MODEMS T'e] TERMS. ';? TWELVE MILES FROM BOURKE, ...:,''' :?)??? ,, i-.'.i :?:. '. ! '-.?'.' , :. ? . ?? ;. . OX THE . BAitsis&iri? ;&;;§i[rEEis;siiAND so ad ? ;yu,..^-;:aPEOPjB3BT0E...-:/' ,;. / iOMK)i£TAJiJ.E- Accommodation for Travellers, \J -vvitb every ;c»avciiieiice for themselves and' - horses.- .' ?? .-?= : ,?;;.;. /;' ?? -c .????.'?'?? GOOD ? ' LIQEroilS .' ;, ? '' ? ' ' ' CIVILITY. . , , - ? - : ;-, ,,,;A.XjrJE3VXIO3». .;6OQI); .3?AI-tm-cb3... GENERAL STOREKltEjPER '....?. '?..,?'(???.?'.? - ?: ;' Slitcliell Streefc, Eoui-ke. .. '-: ^-1-^mJ.r^ ?--?? '??? ' ? ?: ??;??? . .. ipKEW and' Varied Assortment of Goods ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 25 July 1888

LOCAL AND G3UERAL, At the usual Ceuucil Meeting to 1 e held to-night, xhe only motions of imporcaace are those standing in in the name of Aid. Gray, (a) that, the turncock's wages be reduced, (b) aud tha.t a Parks Committee be appointed. Bi' the balance sheet of the Australian Star news raner companv. iust nublished. we notice that the concern during its seven nioutlit existence, has en tailed a loss of over £7000. A TBiGSOHETRiCAi, survey party under Mr. Brooks, is at present camped near Brurke. for the purpose of ascertaining definitely the latitude and longitude of this town. Their stay may 'possibly be a protracted one. A special campaign is about to us opened bythe Salvationists in Bourke, the Army having received subtantial reinforcements from other quarters. Demonstrations will be held iu Dei^nau's Hall on the 26th aad four following nights, whilst on the first named date business will commence with a tea meeting. Sincere regret will be felt by not a few in this district at t...

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