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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

SADDLERY & ESTABLISHMENT, J BYRON BAY. ,r 7 ' J9r\ ? ? .. ? , ^_^ m „_,__. ? Desires to inform the residents of Byron Bay, and the surrounding districts,1 that he is now.__making preparations to open an Up-to-date, Saddlery Establishment, adjoining W. Elbra's Backsrnithingand Coach Factory. Where he hopes by strict attention to business to merit a share of public patronage. W. J. B. EL, Bit A. ? ? ' ''' . ' lim Wilson, 'BnildoB- siml 4ontra-tor. HAVING had a large experience, he is prepared to advise as to thej most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for all kinds of Buildings, Repairs to Buildings, Furniture, Joinery, j LATTICE WORK A ! SPECIALITY.! WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. [ PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS ^1 ?— !!-!? ? I —l»ll» Ml— Illlll-ll I,. | ? -|,||1 | ? || ? ? || n || | HI I | HIM i I « rP-TO-DATE NEWS j r'AGEXCY j AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM, \ SYDXEV PAPEBSS, | Town and Country. Sydney .Mail. Evening News. Daily Telegraph, ? Sydnev liiillctii...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

AFUN.JT The prosecuting witness testified that the defendant had knocked him senseless, and then kicked him in the head and face for several min utes. 'If he knocked you senseless,' asked the magistrate, 'how do you know that he kicked you after you were down '? ' The witness reflected, ' I know it,' he replied, ' 'cause that's what I'd a' done to him if I'd got him down — so there ! ' She Was Thankful. — Not long ago the vicar of a large parish in a pro vincial town was calling on an old woman who had been bedridden for sometime. ' Well, Mrs. Green,' he inquired, ' and how are you to-day ? ' ' Oh, I'm pretty well, thank you, sir,' was the cheerful reply. 'Ah, that's right,' responded the clergyman sympathetically. ' I hardly expected you to be in such iirood spirits with all vour afflictions. [ was afraid I should find you down hearted.' 'No, no, sir,' she cried, interrupt ing him ; ' no, no indeed, sir. I've much to be thankful for, I have. Why, only the other night when the house...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Useful Hints. A MODERNISED STITCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

.'???'?' Useful '{tints* A MODERNISED STITCH. Faggoting is such, a dainty way of adding an artistic hand finish to .u pretty gown that it ought to staj7 in style, a long time. It is nothing but the old-fashioned featherstitch ing done between two finished edges of cloth, and serves as an insertion, having a twisted cord effect. ' After the edges of the pieces to be faggoted are hemmed, baste them carefully on a .strip of paper or cam bric, keeping them just the distance apart desired. Be careful to put the thread under the needle in the same way so that the. twisted effect will not vary. The thread suitable for faggoting depends entirely upon the cloth nsed, as woollen goods would require rather a coarse silk, and fine cotton or linen something. in keep ing. Narrow libbons faggoted together make a pretty trimming, using either the same coloured siik, or a con trast, as fancied. Like ever so many good things faggoting is apt to be overdone. A great deal of it on a gown looks as if on...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIKE UNTO (Continued.) A STAR. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

LIKE UNTO A ? 2\. ? (Continued.) CHAPTER I. t £*f||TRS. Vahvortli shook her (ynr\ ' Weirne Pleasaunce is not ^ } to his choice, if gossip is to be believed. Now, Josline, wak% np. Bless the child— what a one yon are for dreaming, to be sure ! ' ' She's longing to get back to them dreary rooms,' observed another of the maidens. ' How you can creep about them ghostly places gets over me,' '? They are so beautiful,' declared .losline, with half a sigh. '?' They are doing thee no good, ' said Mr. Valworth sharply. 'I'll have to put a stop to these moon ings and dreamings ; you didn't come home to sit in the rooms like a lady —you'll have to work like the rest. I saw the Rector's wife to-day, and she told me they wanted an extra maid at the Hall. I've a very good mind to send you up there'a little while with my Lady Goodyear's housekeeper; it would knock 'some of the nonsense out of your head, I'll warrant.' ' I am only too willing to work, grandmother,' said Josliiie bravely, though her...

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Poetry and Fiction. A Wish. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

7 V) qA 09isl?. If I might nestle to your side and soothe you when you're sad, It I might know your sorrows, dear, and make your life more glad, It I might kiss your tears away as quickly as they fall, . Then I should be content, because I love VOU more than sill. If I might give my sight that better you might see, If I might still my voice that yours might sweeter be, If I might give my youth and life that brighter yours migh t shine, Then, dear, I should be happy, for your happiness is mine. ' !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

SADDLERY & ESTABLISHMENT, J BYRON BAY. 7 /JR Desires to inform the residents of Byron Bay, and the surrounding districts, that he is now making preparations to open an Up-to-date, Saddlery Establishment, adjoining W. Elbua's Backsmithingand Coach Factory. Where he hopes by strict attention to business to merit a share of public patronage. W. .1. B. ELBRA. ^inz Wilson, ^Builder and 4 ond-aetor. HAVING had a large experience, he is prepared to advise as to the most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for ?ill kinds of Buildings, ! Repairs to Buildings, i Furniture, Joinery, j LATTICE WORK A ! 8 PECIALJTY.' WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGNS Irs. J. Joyce, ? UP-TO-DATE NEWS r AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SVDXEV PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Kvening News. Daily Telegraph. - Sydney Bulletin. Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. ' Courier. Daily Telegraph. Queenslander, Week. JIELBOI'ItXE PAPERS. Leader ami Saturday. an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

BYRON BAY. RA T'7 T^QT 'ft1 V (I-ATB L. GUIMWOOD), while thanking his Customers for their .support in ? f\- v ./' -LJO-I^J JJJ X ^ the pant begs to draw their attention to a few Startling !5rs (^FoeeFY, *£* $# Colonial Sugar Coy's 1. A. Sugar, 14,- 701b Bag. ** Colonial Sugar Coy's. 1-C. Su^su- K-ty- 701b Bag. &* ## Currants- --Fresh Fruit ... ... iid. per lb. ^ ££ KaisinK ? fid. peril). #g :4# Salmon ? -Sd. 0£ ^ Tinned Fruits ? rid. ^ ** Tinned Pine Apple ? -M. p j ?*# .Jelly Squares ? ;'--!. each p£ £* Pickles — Onion, Piccalilli, ;md Mixed Cxi. per l-5ottle . K% i -? jjfr Pickles— Morton's ? lOd. j^W #* %$ HP* Cream of Tartar ? 1/- per lb. JM M '%£ Wb WorceHter Sauce J.ays ? 4d. per Bottle. ClH ^ *^ fT^, J.uns- -Aunt Mary's »t Taylor's ... ;-d. per Tin. J% *\ ^ ??& JWt A me-rican Barbed Wire ... ]',/- per Coil. ^ ^ #& %* JKOXMOXf-JEKY AT LOWKST RATKS. g DRAPERY i#'New prints. Snrnin'M- g -Q'-s .i'st landed. - - - i CROCKERY *** '^'''P'' hih1 ()r';iTn-jnts ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

Byron Bay bitfery St^ii;!f f LICK & GRRY, Now supply ;i loiiL-folt want at Byron Bay with tliuir up-to-date Livery Stables and Parcel Delivery. rpiRAIXSand Steamers met. Com 1 niercial Travellers specially attended to. Comfortable traps and reliable horses for hire (drivers sup plied if necessary). Letters and telegrams receive prompt attention by FLICK & GRAY. Teeth Made Beautiful. Beautiful Teeth .Hade HD. FERGUSON, Surgeon and ? Mechanic-il Dentist will Visit -.-Byron Bay, (McLean's Hotel.) EVERY FRIDAY. Teeth Filled with Gold or Amal gum. Scaled, cleaned and Regulated. Extractions Absolutely PAINLESS. Miss Bailey for your gowns, guar nateed for style and fit. Reasonabel charges.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

lew SOIIER Goods ? IN ? Drapery, IN THE FOLLOWING LINES. Fancy Muslin's, Black and White Muslins, in Spot and Floral Designs. Also Linens in White and Coloured, All shades, mostly worn this Season. GRASS LAWNS, A lovely summer fabric. Besides a large and unique range of New Prints. In newest colourings and patterns. lacp:s. White, Cream, Ecru, Fawn & Twine. A New consignment of Summer Boots, ! AND Shoes, A SPECIALITY IN WHITE SHOES IN ALL SIZES. A visit will Pay you. TO Ha wy Everitt's, NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay. JOHN CLANCY. The Noted Seed and Produce Merchant, Molesworth-St., LISMORE. {CHEAPEST and most reliable \J Goods only Stocked. NORTH COAST Co-OP. COY. LIMITED. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. 'VTOMISTATIONS for the above will JJN 1)0 received to 17th November !!)l)3. W. H. CLIFFORD, Sec. r.-xr. .-.?;,-? ??r.'-.ifWTvauajjeiaaaia.''^'— -^ — — —? ?~rmn ? ?—? If Mi$$ ©aikjj, -^ ^DRESSMAKER, BYUON BAY. #.?&. ^SATISFACTION -%-?*%* ?&& W* -%.?-%. G...

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SAD DEATH of FATHER M'KIERNAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

SAD DEATH of FATHER ItPKIERNAN. ? : ? u ? Much regret has been felt in Bris bane(s«y.s Hie Courier) at the news of the accidental drowning of the Rev. Father M'Kiernan on Monday last The rev. gentleman was much re spected by a large circle of friends in the metropolis, as well as in the district where he labored, and where he lost his life in the discharge of his duty. From further information which has reached us, it appears on Monday Father M'Kiernan was called to attend a sick child atGayn dah, and left Degilbo with his buggy and pair. At Barambah the horses iwere noticed to be knocked up by the heavy roads, and it is supposed that when driving over Washpool Crossing the horses were unable to resist the strong current, and were swept downstream. At dusk a young gill noticed the buggy and horse caught on a snag. She raised an as larm, but it was not till next day that the body of the reverend gentleman was recovered. A search party found it Heating upright in the stream about thre...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12th. Cavanbas.si)7;5tons, Captain J. II. Hunter from Sydney. Passengers Mesuame.s Watt, Eibra, Turner and ciiild, Midland, Ryan, Tyrrell, Marr, Biper and family. Mills and family. . Misses Atchison. Mi't-j uiieli. Messrs. Eibra, Harris, King, I Andrews, Mitchell and son. Buchanan, Williams, Ryan, Biper, Mills, Shepherd. FREIGHT. 150 Tons general merchandise. REPORT, Left Sydney at midnight Tuesday,' Newcastle ID a.m. Wednesday. Called at Trial Bay and Cuff s Harbour, and arrived in Byron Bay at 2 p.m. on Thursday Ex-j perienued light, variable winds, with showers, sea .smooth.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

. NEWS AND NOTES. The Hottentots have murdered many German storekeepers in out lying districts of German South West Africa, and have massacred the members of the police post at Usibis. The cause of the outbreak iimc.ng the Bondeizwarts tribe was a demand on the part of the German authorities for the su rreuder of arms. with a view to registration. Lieu tenant Jobst, in parleying over the matter with a chief, lost his temper, and shot the man dead. Vice- Admiral Alexe.ie.ff, the Russ ian Viceroy ir the Far ? East, intends to stop Chinese from enter ing Eastern Siberia and manchuria except such as are workers on the mi I way. The Russian Viceroy imposes a poll tax of ,-£10 on Chinese merchants. in regard to the revolution at Panama it is understood that the pol icy of the United States is to protect the Panama Republic and to prevent attempts to land Coloinban troops. Colombia lias, hotly protested to The United States against the en couragement of the insurrection or the recognition ...

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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

(Jliiircli of England. Parish Of Byron Bay. Sunday, November lath lt-0;-. Mullumbimby, 11 a.m. Tyagarah. 2.)'-i-. p.m. Byron Bay, 7.;-!-. p.m. EDWIX J. DODD. I — =| HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLES' RIOHTS MAINTAIN, UN AWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBEDBY GAIN; DRAW, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER II. I'.Kl.

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Cancer On a Horse Cured By Molasses. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

(JniM'.cr On a S.lorso 4'ur--«I.Bv, illolasscs. The Bundaburg Mail writes : Thr virtues of molasses as a cure U*v cancel-, amongst s.tock. have received a local demonstration by a perfect, cure followed on the application of. the remedy by Mr. .lames l^erris. ot; Murray's Creek, on a draught horse of his which suffered, from ;i large cancer on the neck. Mr. Ferris when he first, applied t he- remedy had not much, faith in its dlTieacv, but he has no hesitation u. .lay in asserting that whatever are the special curative properties con tained in molasses for this dread .lisease, they certainly served to cure nis animal. The cancer was well idvauced at the time Mr. Ferris ap plied the molasses by painting it on .u ul around the open sore, but this notwithstanding, a f.ew days of regular application served to effect a considerable drying of the wound and after applying the remedy daily t'or the space of a few weeks the whole are-a on the animal's neck which formerly was being eaten .twa...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL. - The Creamery's output for the past month lias certainly been wonderful, and as there is even* prospect of its continueiice, the North Coast is likely to boom more than ever. £2}l,T;)2 for a month's pa}' for butter and bacon is something to be proud of. A shooting contest was com menced on Thursday, at the, local Rifle butts, and will be continued every Thursday and Saturday after noon until the third Saturday in December. The prizes are two me dals, one gold as a first prize, and the second silver, both have been pre sented by Captain M. McLean. When you are in Lismore; call at | Chapman's, Mercers and General } Outfitters, Molesworth Street. Men's ' and Boy's Reliable Clothing. A i Visit wifl Pay You.* ? We learn (says the Northern Slar) f that First-class Constable Thornley, of Lismore, has been promoted to the charge of Mullumbimby Police Station. Loudon'H Lismore, for High-class Jewellery. A splendid selection to chose from/-* We notice Mnllumbimby has secur...

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Dairying for the Farmer's Daughter. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

Dairying for the Farmers Daughter. (Paper read at Indiana Dairymen's Convention by Miss Edith Parsons.) Four years ago I left my country home, with my brother, to enter the winter course at Purdue University. Will it disappoint my professors at Purdue to know that I was actuated by no higher motive than the charm of getting away from home ? Look ing back to the farm, little did I then realise that after returning home I would take up a profession that I had before detested, that of working in a dairy. Our professor pointed out to us the great field devoid of workers and the many possibilities that were in 3tore for an energetic young man or woman who would devote his or her time or part of it to the dairy in-| dustry. We returned home not dis couraged with the dairy work, but enthused with the idea that with our parents to back us financially we Avon Id build up a larger dairy and make it a butter-dairy. Our first and main difficulty has been that of increasing our dairy herd. In or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

G[Feat JVforthcM J^otel, BY K O N BAY. j i : jy ? ?, ? ji_ i ^lT?HERHfl0TEL. ^ BY*-™ j \\\ W ' '' ' «==» ? rfH: — _ i^ / ; \ .+*?. fi-fr \l I f~^\ A || 9^HK MR KAT NORTH !';HN HOTKL. has always hccii ih.Um] ;is a most *-. ,W* (-\ \ ; \ ^^i^y *^ Vli / cojivuiiiciitly silnated, find well infiua^i'il hostelry. .1.0 very ii'icniion %%,. Ivv^'^^ / ? \^___^yij ^ ^V has 1)(hmi given to ^ood iirchitccture, ventilation. Fight and conifoi-i. ^J \wv ? ' ^^^y/ *-* ? rl-)e go.'u'iMl ;i.')'a;)i,ru:ne;jts ol' the holel fire clianiu'Mg. Ti»o i'ommjs are ?^?^ vyS^^ra.. ! I //j %t- iastefully IMirnislied. From the corridor a stairway leads to an nppcr balcony *£ \\\v i |{ . / (( \ %% wl'ich is a veriiiiljle ' look out' couinianding rlie inosi niHgnilicenl views of -^ A\ \^ j |! ( ^ -?* 'u- '')a.V iint'- surrounding country.' After a few moments in this high %t -- j B ^^ altitude, when' all is cool and pleasant, one is very reluctant to ££ 8 -- coino down to rlie luvel of every day things. Without dou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

[?] ' ' ' - ? ''' ' V i Baker and Pastrycook, Molesworth Street. L.ISMORE. ! BRIDK Cakes, Hii-tlnhiy Cakes, sent ;uiy distaiu-f. II iiiti | mis of; mixed (roods jKic.'ki'il to ( )imUm\ All Corireetioiuii'v nnidi.1 on |-re- ^niisr-s from local Su^ar ami Creamery butter. (JU'AUTY I'.KT'l'Hi: 'I'll AN Sydney. c,( .. ? ? ? _- Maunder, Welsby & C ? Licensed Plumber. Lisinnri . ? . Cl^' lint and Cold Water, and (iii.s-lil ters. : ~':W.jlJ.TE & ('()L'i:rEE. '! Car|ieiiters Joiners. Cabinet Afakei-s, l'iet:re l-'ramini^ kc. Krt.'iieli ; Polishing a Speciality. \ Plans and Specilieations Prepared. | At t he corner of Keen and Magellan Streets. Lisniore. -ii'4iil;irs. ' I.cltn' HcsMliiiifs. \olr ll--:i-liiiu:s. It I I, I. II i: ADS. Dl VM-I£II,LH, ; |]|1V-'I--|---S, ! -'--!!i2ia-'iri;il ^\ Oik of ;ill Biinds, ISmI-3k-i- S|:biib|»s. i ; (JIVK US A TRIAL. ? ? . i ;'T'l TANTKI) Headers -»f ill' ' liyron Jiay Record,' to note the! ? W si'il)scri[)tion per year, if paid in advance,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

\0 f j ^^3 Cv y^^^ y^.-/ ^^ I CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. / / / BYROX BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. LAXD and General Commission Agent Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). R- W. Thompson, JUN., & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. MPLUfMBIWBY. A UCTIONS held and Properties for LJL Private Sale in all parts of the Big ?Scrub and Tweed River Districts. A large list of properties to select from. Sugar Rebate, and Land and In come Tax, returns made out and forwarded. NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — 'VY^E will lie prepared to receive Groan: \ \ at the new Factory, Lismore. com niMicing WEDNESDAY, 3rd DECEM BER, l!)02. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. R. C. E¥DsTG, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, Sec Government Assessor, IT! U It W I L L V Ifl BAH. Sworn Valuator under Keal Properly Act. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co — MRS. — Marshall's Itefresliineut Rooms, Byron Bay, near Pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 14 November 1903

Quain's Pier J^otel. | B Y It ON B A Y.j j Excellent Accommodation. B5-'s| Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Best of Tattles. Every A I tenlion. j I ? | ? ^___ ? - ! j Mu - pic and IStlliai'd Kooitm. iKxpei'iciiced and 4 'a refill -»room. Ifofcl Wa^onetfc meefs all Arrivals U\ S-.—.\ :? *e-! Train. I !| _ ? ? ? ? ji ' ? ? ? ^ ? -= ? = VS ibis H(;tel is .situated nojircr to the Pacific CJccsui than any other in Australia, it is nee-ilo.s.s to -l(.scril-c its C'ha.nu.-; AS A SUMMER RESORT. | 1). QITATN, PUOPRIETO.K. I ! I si j JVCaFF and j-ing, jj GKXEKAI. STORKKEKPKirs. HYlioN HAY. Byron Bay to the Front _ (\l'li Xc'.v Sit.ck' ni Sjc-iiiLf l)iMpi'i'V I ias a iri vn I. coiisistiny -iftlie lati-st. seasoiiithlr l)n-ss Kahri'-s ami Triiiiiniiit.'s, / ;i Il-W U.ii-s ;iri' JIIkI'M-IIIcIII i(i!lfi| ; ? MOYLK'S I'l-JIXTS ami ZKIMIYHS in i-luirmiiiy .Icsi-ns an.l ai| sli:i«l-.-s. ITMK I.ATKST DKKSS ^[ATKHIALS viz : ? [. \'niis. Spiral Cn-pun. Fi-fiu-li D'-laiiifs. I'niun I.incn. Fancy Floral .Muslin...

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