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TO-DAY'S TIPS. (By "PILOT.") WARWICK FARM RACES. Saturday, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

TO-DAY'S TIPS. (Bt 'PILOT.') WARWICK FARM RACES. Satuhday, Jolt 24. MUTINEER ? 1 Admonition ? ,„ a Como or Fbolic ... , ? 3 TWO-YEAlt-OLD HANDICAP. VALOHOUS ? ... 1 HoLtmoou ? , „, 2 Stoddaiit or Madrid ? 8 STEWARDS' MILE : WILD milD ? 1 UlUEBUItN ? 2 Standard or Juqcjlkii ? 3 WARWICK FARM HANDICAP i NE\VMAN ? 1 Ai.BKboit.is ... ,. ? , 2 WlNQKLLO ? , ,„ 3 PACE WELTJSB: CHBSTIORINA ? 1 Australian ? 2 Mablo or Standard ? 8

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WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1897. AUCTION STAKES (To start at 3.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

WARWICK FARM RACES. Saturday, Jult 21, 1697. AUCTION STAKES (To utnrt at 2.1U p.m.) Of 50 povn. \VoiKlitfor-iiKo. For threo-Tenr-olcU and uuwnriiii. Tho limner to Vo Bold for ICO BO»0i 71b nlloivml for o»cry reduotlou of 25 bovb. About 6 furlouvu. it )b Mr. «. Lcnckeru b f Annie. 3jrn, £50... ... 7 10 Mr. W. Koluo'nbui Jliuiollny, UKcd,i!i5 ... 7 5 Mr J. Urunu'u br ir Jncli llorner, 4jru, £35... 7 * Mr. 1*. Mooro'd b (t Tux, ;iyr», iii5 ? 7 £ Mr. T . Fuyten'u b t' Tlio Ciycr, :-rrB, UX ... 7 a FLYING HANDICAP (To iiturt at -.40 p.m.) Of 60 dot o; bccoikI liorno 3 sots from tho prlao. Tlio Vfiivuer o( any liaudicup lint nice, oftor tho dcolnratioii ol tlio weights, to curry- -lb oxtraj of two or more, lUlb extra. About 0 turlouga. Mr. a. Hordorn'ii oh h Vivian, lyis ? 0 10 )Ir. U. Unyuer'H oU e Wat t Tyler, tijra ... 8 6 Mr. A. Stmikr'n »- It Sun Marco, 4Trs ? B * ilr.8.1'icUlcrVohir Devoted, ajrrn ? 7 13 Ur.D. JlutUm'ii brl Adinouitton, 3jr» ... 7 13 Mr. W. W.Ollft'n dim Echo.Uyro ?...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

BOWLS. Aafnr ns inkuowu up tu tho lima of writing', the only lutoi-uliih flxuuda nrruugad for this uftoruoou iuo : SuuthUuld vuraua Glubo, on tJtrnthUuld gruon ; Viutoriu 1'iiik vui aim Manly, on thu Ihnl-niimed boily'ii couvincini; uward — hut wo uru a bit doubtful about this ooiiiuii: oil', uh, ' putting ono cumiiddt'uliou with niiulbur,' it uueniii to mi that thu dowu Ihuhiirhor bowling' club in a Ihin;; of lh» pant ; wo may bo v.toiil.', but apixiarauiieii indiuuto imuh a htuto of iift'airH— Ituuuhiil ngniiiKt Nvw lown, at I'im'uiimlln ; and R.iiiihvuilc will upputio Wuvorioy, at Wuvorlny, and purir.ipa taKuoutof thuin iioiuo of that ntiuoli wluuh proinplod tho adoption of tho puuui of heraldry or ' hikIi-IiUo' which a oonUiupurury niYL'u about thin weol;. Our old friuiid Mr. l'arkor, of tho Kinlforn Club, in ono of tiiono nU'ihiij;, ruliuhlo tnindluni who aru over ussiKliiig thoir iiido by muaiiu of rim I, |;oi'(l, iioliil work ; oonniutuntly contrihuliii'; lo thu ixiorud of ov...

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TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

'^TO-DAY. ? *w ? ~ HACJKG. ?Warnlok Fnrm Huoeo.-Pirut rnco, 2.10 1 p.m. Special tralnn to tho couruo nn fol on» i Hot.fi boxos, 11 n.ui. i paououiforB, 12.H, 12.u0, and l.lo p.m. OXCHNO. Xeajmo Fifty Hiloa lloatl ilaco from PorrwnaHn to l'onrlth imd buol:. , . Suburban Oliib'u Tiro Mllca Handicap. Crioltot Grouuu. BOWING. Bnlmnln Club'o handicap rskl0 roco. Morciuitllo li.O. hnnilfonp ukiff nice. AT NIGIIT. HwilwBWi'o ? 'My Friend from India. ?n0TAI, ? 'Tliol'nunor.' Tl/ou ?.'.'. ... ..' ... U«V'T IllcWas1 Co.

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P. V. J. MANONAMARA, [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

P. V. J. MAC tSTAMABAi ? A OXtAOlt: OftN'Jf KM WIWaCK-QUAllTKH.

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Straight Shots [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

C^s &%^P£/fi$ Another Count oub During tho wook ! Parliament aliould wake tip, For during tho prosonfc bobsIou it Imi not donu anything that would oven pass for an apology an ' business.' Unlona tnombara Jivon up a bit tho present will bo known 03 fchooloopy aossion. And doaorvcdly so. ? Goody-goody Brunkor naya ho lms trot ?-. to account for hiii actioua to tho public, but to 11 higher power. That; may bo all vory vroll in itn way, but tho public pnya . . him — as well ns tho roat of hia peiilmaing ing gang — and thoy should riao up on their hind IttgBand givo him to undorutand that whilo ho romainii out earth lio is rosponaiblo to them. It iu uboub time Parliament wna riddod of itu canting hypocritoa, Sir Daui-Chicngo Dibba linn arrived at Suva on his tour of tho South Soft Inlands. It in to bo hopod that war will not broak out during hiu absence. Such a thing would bo too droadful — ovon though Mojnh Niohl bo utill among mi. Tho poor Buburlmu mayor has much to Buffer. Iu ...

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CRICKET CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

CRICKET CUTS. II. Do Minis, thoNoiv Zualand oriokotor, now residing in Sydney, will probably 11 W uro as a Luichhardb repcesuubativo next BlMlSOIl. Syd. Gregory, residing at Wavorloy, \a to play iu futum with tho local club. Hiirry Djitnan, mill living at Hook dale, is to cunt his lot iu with Burwood. Tho nominations for olilco-bearors iu connection with the N.S. Wales Crickeb Asuoulatlou show that tuiveral now mou are being put forward. ChiirliifTurnur is now up at Gympioj so is Owen Oowloy, the songster, wlio bmitos hard with the bat. Ib in not altogether unlikely that Syd. Callaway will take to urickeb again noxb iteauun. lie aud brother Joo lire in i'ml y diugton. With both men iu the P.C.O. team the latter would bo a ptutty hard lot to beat. W. J. Camphiu in in Sydney again aftor a upoll of oflicial won; iU (Joomimblo mid Newcastle. Ho nud Kaut Sydney friends ought to cant about for noinu moro young bloo'l for tho team. New South Waled Captain, T. W. Gar rett, him boen liominal...

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FOOTBALL LASHES [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

W ^]|||pii# _^% .-^ . . 'OANDWICK v Piratoo in Iho Sydnoy Oricltofc Ground f 1 n al ahould bo n keener iwid cloveror display than anything tro liavo hud from tho cluba since 1390. Thoro in no doubt in. tho mind of tho nvorugo football follower Unit the teams aro . tho two strongest onoa in Sydnoy lit pro Bont, A fow lvildoyod barrackors ' for otho? elubo might rmort at thia assertion : notwithstanding which, howovor. Tint Amiow io protty cortnin Unit it is truo. Tho Piratoa havo weathered many a storm cheerfully, they lmvo boon badly bumped buck by moat of tho othor Sonior totirua, but having pornovorod with pluck mid grit, mid having run in young local instead of playod out New Zealand talont, thoy nro ? now ou tlio aacendaufr. Iu ouropiiiioti thoy uro represented by u bottor loam Lima over beforo iu tho history of tho club. Tho Firatoa only onco before woro nuo co£Bful in gaining a place in tho Criokot Qroiind final. On that oec.uiion thoy woro beaten by tho Univoraity iu 18U5. In...

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Turf Topics [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

*-» j *-fr~'%vV}J-'f // Warwick Farm to-dny O iifjlib to bo worth a vlaifc, Hoping that the progrninino is a triflo batter than usual, TrainorB1 and jockeys' Applications for lioiuiROB must roach thu A.J.C. office not . ltilor tlmn Thursday. Courage ia getting into form Again, and, tli ih good-looking son of Trenton way yot do crudi; to his brooding, Tho Clioshara gelding Gnulburn wns schooled ovur tlio hurdloa nt Itandwiek on Thursday, iind shaped rually woll. Physician is to go buck tn Quoonslnnd, nnd tia Ilisttuipart hns thu crooked-logged golding in good condition ho should miiuugij to win a rnco or two up North. Tim tn-o-.voar-old Sloddart was a Rood fourth in thu Gmnvillo a takes nt Itoauliill, und it will uot b« much of u surprise if ho tills a place ut Warwick Farm tliia aftor noon. Fmllndeeu appeared to bo tho least bit liuuo after .pulling up in tho Wolter Han dicup nt Kosoliill on Saturday, but ho . . quickly shook it .off, and hns ., boon doing . strong work at llnndwick...

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THEATRICAL [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

[?] Mios EIbio A-lnir will lio benefited at tho Royal on Wednesday afternoon, Aujrimt 4. Xho Qovornur him {,'rautod bin pntronugu, and tlio proi;ramrao to bo fiubmittod will colipKO aujtbiiiu yot noon in Sydney. Hulwithstiiud InjT, tho ordinary prioua will ho clmrijcd. Tommy Hudson in at tho Briiitiaiio Gaioty. Quorj;a Kij^uold in nppuarini; nt tlio Adolaido Koyul. Frank Thornton ia farQWolling (it tho Mol baurnu Ilijou. Tho Flyim; Jordann mako thoir Molboarno dobut nt tho Koyul to-ni^lit. Itobiirt Ininuii is orKimUing a dramalio uuuipuiijr xur n iuuuriitbiui buiir, Harry Atkinson, tlio *? Australian Orpheus,' is oijjoyim; a liuliduy in Amoriuu. Howard Vornnn hnu concluded hiit (loinio opera soubou ut tho Molhournn Quaon's. Alfrod Dumpier wns at Wiicku °' Monday night, lio ro-uppimru in Sydney nt au onrly dntv. Tho Ada Dolroy Company is iu town roGlinp for u fow day». Thoir Northern tour was a triumphal one. Charlio Holloway roob farther North nftor aoiioluding hix buiihou ut tlio J...

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BETWEEN OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

BETWEEN OURSELVES. At tho Grafton Diatriot Court afow daya ngo tho caoo of. Lay ton v. another wnti called. None of tho parties woro on hand, however, and oa this boing niado known to Judge Dockor, that heavy comedian promptly oaid: 'Well, no tho plaintiff Layton ia evidently a lato 'tin, I nhall put this cnGo back laat on tho lint.' Tlio courthouso ia utill standing, but tho aor geant'a dog at onco wont out and atrunglud hlineolf with a string of sausoffou. Butlor had ono ntroivk of lnclc aftor all. Ho escaped being tried by Judge Docker. A story Id fjoing tho rounds nboiifc ft Buburbnn icaiciout who had told his wifo ho would bo detained in town by business. Tho businoBH, howovor, wiia quickly dis posed of, and ho finished tho night at tho tlioatro. Ho uafc in tho orchestral stalls door, and aa it Trau chilly ho kept on hia ovorcoat. A lady in tho box overhead, by nccident, droppud an oar-ring of no groat value, but tho trinket utruck against tiio odgo of tho box front and dropped...

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A STRANGE INCIDENT AT THE OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

A STRANGE INCIDENT AT THE OPERA. R0KE to fcho world!' ' Ab bad aa that P' ' Ab bad na that — ? S. hi, waiter, bring j?- another liqueur cog f° nac — one must koop oho'b spirits up KOino how. You follows can pay for it. It'a tho last thing I luny ask you to do for me Nfor yours, perhaps.' A 'Ifumbug 1' [I ' Ifo a fact. I 'must do Eoinothingi [ I mean to do aomo thinc- I think Ishall enlist. I'm up to my oyoa in debt, tlio RUv'nor has cut mo oft with a Bhillmg, my lottor box is Btnfled with writs, mid good nean only known how many judgment BiimmoiiBcs thoro aro out againat mo. I don't know whoro to turn.' Thoro wa;i a piuiso causod by tho appoar anco of Oiiinnppo with tho brandy, whioh tho Hon. Olaude Menthol, heir to tho liiirldem of Mounthaggis, eagerly fioizod and i,ipped with all tho avidity of a man who had not tastod good, wholoBomo, boalthful liquor for a countlesa number of years. Whnn ho roplaced thn gliiPG on tho tnblo he obn«rvud a Email, clean-shaved, smiling man standing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

? J^«Ji'_N»iIo» ? Jj'O^Jl __SA.XiIIJ. ST. ELMO MISTRESS, K.C.H.U., 7ll J. HTVALiniTY-ailAMl'lONMKm-.OWMADUH yniliLVKD NOVKiUJWK U, JiiM. A ollnUlni; [;ooil Fox Torrlor Hitch, uml an (;nmo an Hi oy miilf ' tlinni, Ia In oxcullont acmt anil cundUlon, mul will bo noUl for tlio uuidost imm ut Mil U», For I uttlior ptirllaulnrn ui'i'ly to HAUUY M. feVANH, ItKt'uiuu: Olllno, York-iitroot, Byduojr.

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OUR NOTE BOOK TURF TALK AND TIPS. ROSEHILL PERFORMERS. V.A.T.C. NATIONAL DOUBLE. SELECTIONS FOR WARWICK FARM [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

[?] TURF TALK AND TIPS. ItQSElEXLL PERFORMERS. T.A.T.C. NATIONAL DOUBLE. SELECTIONS FOIt WAI11VICK FA11M (By 'THK CAPTAIN.'). Tnouan a good numbor of horuoa woro handicapped by Mr. Voirloa for tho V.A.T.C. jumping ovonto, hia lists are already vory couiiiderably roduood by tho first acceptances. Tho fencing contingent in Victoria in ocrtai uly a deal less for midable than it was a month ago before tho V.K.C. Meutini' boiran,for aovornl (rood onoa havo boon killed and a few knocked about a deal. Au though to koi-p up thu unfertuuatn record of catastrophe), two moro i;ood hors.!3 met thoir fnto at Caul flold last Saturday, and if tho Slonsra. Miller havo had a lot of good luck with lluysood thoro iu Homuthing now to put in nn a set-off. Won Ton wim expected to win ft few races, nnd Lnrnook mudo a ntiruo na a good (itooplechoaer. Ho win tho top woight urosB-country horse, and ao a rcBult of hiii death there iu uo roauou to go near 13.it 71b iu tho weifjhtn juhL now. Tho fatal nccidoutn...

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THE BOY BUCCANEERS. STORY OF A HOUSE, AND AN OLDEST RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

THE BOY BUCCANEERS. STORY OF A HORSE, AND AN OLDEST HESIDENT. The Bcattorod township of Gilgolong lay in tho blistering sunlight on tho alopo of a duaty hill. Long boforo you reached it you could' bco tho heat waver, riuing off tho gal vanised iron root of tlio public houuo, and hoar tho fivrish-awiah of tho long beora na they deacondod into the (subterranean ro gioiia of tho iidjaceut population. Tho public liouso verandah was occupied by aovural Dore.oyed awaginon und an oldest; roBidont, who wiib holding forth ou curront politico, and holding on to a voranduh-poat at tho annio timo. Tho bridle of tho oldcstToui duut'u horso waa buckled round a fonco rail at tho other eido of tho road, whoro tho uhado of a tree had boon some bourn proviously. Tho uhade had ohiftud, und tho horse wanted to but couldn't. Tho ilioa got into tho horno'a euro and noiio, and poruiatontly orawlod between hia cyolida, und every timo ho tried to brunh tliom away \rith hiu knee tho bridlo hampered him and m...

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HOOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

I ^^ h ^'*h ft ((X- — y:f::C-yk ^ i ? y ^~ Latest nd vices from Now Aunt nil in. go to iiliovr Unit mutvshiphna finally potorod out. 'JL'lio original communinUi havo linrkod backed to individualism and landed pro priotorohip, und tlio advunco ugont hiva bo coino (i coffco planter on liin own. Tho Btcuni hammor and tho oettlomont braaa band havo probably boon pntMiod. TJio plonoorn aroaubnictiug principally oa broad beano, with ono meal of moat n month. Hoad lu nlill wnntod, und Brotherhood Billy ntiilku about hia own ontato urmod with ft Elx-uhootor. Tho poor Paraguayan Indian, wlintn tho Auutralirvn niatoa ovietod, aro i.'' mentioned. Tlioy imvo probably Blarvod, or uro laying low for Luno'a aealp. Luno will coino back to Australia nomo day nud join tho Salvation Army. Thoro ia ft hi;; moral to bo drawn from tho wrotche.d failure of tho Now Australia movomont. Not a capitalists' moral eithor. It dhows how tho lofty tulle and hoatod imagination of ono docoiving or Bolf doceivod pomo...

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Suiver Suips [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

A™ U - /''j We) [?] I was perched on 11 plot iii t.ho Park, plan ning out nn toriul uuspminion railway tormiiiuH, which, lilco Widow Siirnjiup'a Pilln, would ' remove nil difilmiltion,' wliou a wild-eyed, iipiku-uoKod party dumped himself by hiv tjiclu and excitedly naked i ' Whut d'ye think o' thin for Wintry weather? How do you uccouut for tho unaccountable iiultrinocs of tiio aoason ? Uey ! ' IIo belonged to tho multitudinous band of borea who earnestly demand your opinion \ bill; novor nllow you a olinncu to |{ivo it, and so ho ratl led on: 'Look nt to-day. Tlio moroury'u Imtiblin' up to Summer hunt, but it will bo on to boilin' pitch before long. Did you road what the papers say uhout tho weather they're liavlii'in America ? 'Sposo you didn't. You don't look lilco u man that ovor aaw a uouapnpur, an' p'raps you couldn't road oiio if you did, but I'll toll you. Two thousand portionii worn laid out by tho hunt wavo in ono wook and !)5 wnro struck dniid in ono day. JJow'b that for...

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DARTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

DAETS ! Solf-ostoom ian't a bad thing whon a man larger thuu you Huyu you aro a liar. ' What is ruining our boya t' tho uowh. pupora aro aaking. Tho ftnaivor iu once — tho oxtravaganco of our girls. It in hardor for a. camol to ])ann through tho oyo of u noudlo than for tho polico to prove in court that a spiolor ia a apielor. A man naniod Amborn, who rocontly died in America, loft money for a tomb utono to bear the simple iuacriptiou : ' Am born — Amduad.' A carpiinlor wlio ia puator of nomo umiill liow-fangkid Koct imirrius cheaply in ono of tho western auburba. Carpunter and joiner? A couple of lovers whon thoy first ongago iu tho buuinosa may bo ignorant of all Liio ruhiH of courtahip, but thoy don't want any light thrown upon it. ' TIkibo uro hard times,' iiighed tho young collector of billa. ' Every placo I wont to to-day I wiib requested to call again, but ono, and that wua whon I dropped in to aoe my girl.' A cortnin young Judy in ono of tho Guburbu hud u needle iuto her wui...

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SPORT BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 24 July 1897

SPORT BOXING. "Fitz will be in New York early next month, and I intend to tackle him face to face and demand a fight. I haven a few ques- tions to put to him that may prove very interesting. I am entitled to a fight with him, and intend to have it or brand him as a coward. All this talk about Fitz being a heavy hitter is bosh. He has bcen a very   lucky fighter, and if I get a chance I will show the public just what he is." — John L. Sullivan on Bob Fitzsimmons. In this con- nection an American journal says : — "John L. Sullivan, the champion of all champions, still professes to believe in his ability to win back his pugilistic prestige by defeating Fitz- simmons. Strange to say nobody who is not actuated by personal interest shares in this belief with the ' big fellow.'" Who could?     The New York WORLD is responsible for a rather novel idea. It shows a picture of   Corbett and Fitzsimmons each holding his fist in a menacing mann...

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ON THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Arrow — 31 July 1897

ON' THE WHEEL. Tho Champion mootinfj at Urinbano com manooM to-day. Charllo Now, Uol), Fostor, and A. J. Loninnutr nro ropionoutini; this oolouy, and will do It very wolf. AinoncBt tho cclobrilioii at llio (jrnat Manonfo ball on WodnoHduy night woio tho iuBoparablcB, Mokbou nud 1'iiyno. Bill Murlln Jma onblod from Nonmon to put bia irnmo on tho liat for tho Longuo August raoo inuutiug. Tho World's ClmmpionBhip Mooting oom raonood at Glasgow yostorday, unloBS boiuo thiiiK in tbo way of woathor intorvenod, is bolup continued to-day, and will finish on Monday. Everything pointed to a most suo coBsful gathorlni?. Tbo ohiof in t treat horo, of oourso, ooutros iu tho Auatrnliivu ropicsouta tivea. UuIoho tbo nrrangomont had boon nltorad tho Milo ProfoRijJoiiaj ChampioiiAbip took plaoo yoBtordny. Tbo Milo Amatoui' Cham pionehlp is a iixturo'for to-day, nnd ou Mon day llio winnora moob to douido who is nb«o lutoly tho boat milo ridor at tbo mootinff. That tho professional will win is as uoar...

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