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WELCOMED NEW MEMBERS. BANGALOW RETURNED SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

WELCOMED _i NEW MEMBERS. BANGALOW RETURNED SOLDIERS Iliree now members, in Messrs K. E. Walter, J. Wilkinson and J. ?P. Crispin, we re welcomed at Tuo3- , day night's meeting of Bangalow R.S.S.I.Ii.A. v sub-branch by . the President (Mr. G. Skstchley). There was an attendance of 25 mem bers, ? which indicated that Bangalow .sub-branch is continuing to grow. Messrs C'risford and S. Wilson sup ported Mr. Sketchley. V Responding, Mr. R. E. Waiker, who president of Byron Shire Council, said lie previously had belonged to Lis moic suli-branch, but Bangalow was nearer, iic hoped to be able to induce other returned men from the Clunes ditsriet to attend.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

rj»HEi SALVATION ARMY GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL. By LISMORE SILVER BAND. pATUBPAY, APRIL 18th, 8 p.m. i ^dmiasioi), J/v Wrr::.' ' BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ?yACANCIES for permanent board ers, good tablo. W. G. Wilson, John son Street, Byron Bay, near Railway Station.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

| ™i%' y ' ' ^ ff , -- ^rf y ?- v^ ^ A ? /« *- , J« \ „?* - \ 1 * | *%-? v ^ vw; - ^ Mi :? : ! § \ ' JLfew- ^ Kilfer t A.M. P. turns £40© int@ E11L8II LET us call him Captain John Lacey. He is feeling very pleased with himself these days. A few invest ments built up out of savings and an A.M.P . policy that has just yielded him £l ,286 have put him into what he calls Easy Street. A few more years at sea and he'll be ashore for good, to watch his grandson grow up. There is a hint for thousands of fathers in Captain Lacey's policy. When he was a young officer of 23 his father invested £400 for him in a one-premium A.M.P. policy for £719, to . , be paid to him, plus bonuses, on reaching age 55, or to his beneficiaries should he die earlier. ., ? . '[['j jiU I can do for. you, John, liis father said, but ^if wc put it in the A.M.P. it will give you something to retire on at 55. , , cs So good are A.M.P. bonuses that Captain Lacey, having readied 55, ; drew £1,286 recently. , . ?A hint t...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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NEW HOTEL FOR BYRON BAY. GREAT NORTHERN TO BE DEMOLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

NEW HOTEL FOR BYRON BAY. GREAT NORTHERN TO BE DEMOLISHED. v Mr. 11. F. ' Jvoaly, licensee of the Great Northern Hotel, Byron Bay, ha$ returned from his visit to Sydney and says that in all probability tenders will be called shortly for tlio demoli tion and re-erection of tho Great Nor thern Hotel. | Mr. Kealy is confident . that wheii the new building is erected it will' pre- j sent one of tlio most imposing and mo doru hotels on the North Coast. It will have approximately ao rooms ior the public and other features .will; in- clude the removal of tho bar to the corner at the southern end of the present site; nicely tiled front, and hot and cold wutor'throughout . There will bo comfortable loungo ;rooms and every facility for the attraction of th^ touring and gonoral public. It is expected that tho. building will involve a cost of about £12,000 and this will moan a big thing to the town cf Byron Bay. Tho owners of the property, Mossrs Tooheys Ltd. aro to bo encouraged in their enterp...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

rpRlSTRAM'S, Brisbane's Famoua Drinks, with .Viye-Regal patronage, are now obtainable at' A. Caporias' I] Announcing .... BANDMASTER , G. E. RADIO for 1 936 1 4 BEAUTIFUL NEW MODELS Paraded for your inspection V . . ' at E. R. MOULTON'S Byron Bay Phone 15 SOLE AGENT FOR BYEON BAY- BANGALOW DISTRICTS. Where over 150 G.E. RADIOS are Giving Joyful SATISFACTION to PROUD OWNERS. See the Wonderful New Features: Climate Proof Cabinets of Exclusive Beauty, Slide Rule1 Dials, Floodlit! — Perfectly and Charmingly illuminated. (VALVES: Micro-Sensitive Radiotrons and ew Mojal Valves. PRICES FROM 15/15/ Easiest Terms I SPECIAL f We! have on hand soveral recent j iG.E. Sets slightly used and going at j very Redluced Prices. I . DOES A REAL BARGAIN I INTEREST YOU ? I | 5 Valve G.E. Calbinot for £3 alid 4/- j j per ?week. JUST CALL AND SEE US. j li - 1 1 in ,ii(. , n,. ? ? , i f i. i ,i , i. ? ? ? ? ? ? ' I WARD'S I Have now opened an entirely new range of Autumn and Winter Soft Goods at prices to ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIS MEMORY IS CHERISHED PHOTO UNVEILED. THE LATE HILARY ARMBRUSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

HIS MEMORY IS CHERISHED PHOTO UNVEILED. THE LATJ3 HILARY ARMBRUSTEB. Monday last was the anniversary of his death and it was fitting that a photograph of the' late Hilary Arrrfbruitcr should have been un-. veiled by his young widow at the ^ club room of the Tweed Head's and Coolangatta Surf Life Saving Club i on Sunday morning. c*~ Tke ceremony jvas performed' iu the presence of Mr. and Mrs. C. Annbrus Ur . (parents), of Mullumbimby), Mr. and Mrs. Vie. Armbruster and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Armbruster, of Brisbane, and a very large gathering of the offi cials and members of theJClub. The enlarged iihoto, whieli was the gift of Mr. J. J. Cranney, Brigade Captain, depicted the late Mr. Arm bruster as the standad bearer of the march past team, a position which he held for several years prior to his death in his 25th year. The photo was veiled in the Club's pennant, and following its unveiling, the President . (Mr. A. E. Williams) asked all present to rise and observe a period of 'silence. A...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

Quilts For the 1936 Winter The Biggest Range we have ever Offered From ... 1 26 to 50= Come in and See the most Attractive Display ever Shown in Mullumbimby. . (j? ? ? ? ? ? ? '?! .111 E'T1' '|im» ? ' ' LW 1 'if11 17 A. 1 Special Bargain McNaught's Afternoon Tea Cloths, with four Serviettes to match Ccloied Bordered, Check Designs. Usually 4/1 1 set Bargain Price 2/11 set L R McNAUGHT, Tash Dranpf ? !U| ! iy ? ITf'' - HALPIN'S 1 Byron Bays Leading Drapers Special Prices in Mens Overcoats and Sweaters NAVY DOUBLE BREASTED, fudy lined . . . . SALE PR.1 CE 29/G NAVY DOUBLE BREASTED, fully lined .... . . . . . . .... 35/ NAVY DOUBLE BREASTED, fully/lined .... ........ . . 42./G Smart GREY TWEEDS, Double Breasted, fully l'ned 35/, 42/0,- .55/.-. -:?*? G3/-, 75/-, 97/G, with Polo Collar alid ordinary D.B., Sizes 3 to 7 : LEATHER CO-fVTS. : Olio , Piece backs, best quality leather, Double * breasted, with belt. PRICE . . 77/G, 95/, £5/5/ SWEATER- COATS, .? PULLO V ER SSEM 1 L UMBER .TACKET...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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FRIVOLOUS FROLICS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

FRIVOLOUS FROLICS : The rclicarsulB for the 'Frivolous Frolics,' a musical and comedy rovuq to bo produced iu Mullumbimby on May 5th, are proceeding with great enthusiasm and this show jiromises to provide a real feast of good music, delightful .ballets, bright choruses and exhilarating comedy. No- doubt you liavo nover soon a musical tea shop, but just you come and seo tho 'Waiters on Parade,' ' with everything from fish to liors-d ' ovros, and hear tho guests at the : inn singing their wants in popular airs. Then there's to- be that popular rag time,' 'How'rn. I doing?', sung by a red-hoaded coon as only a red-headed coon can sing it. - You wonder why the men like a girl like 'Nina?' Well, just ' come along and you will see. . ' Popular prices will bo thu feature of ;tlio show and everyone, will have' a golden opportunity of seeing a re vue jvell up to tho standard of form er Mullumbimby productions, a show in which many new artists to local audiences will acquit themselves with h...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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ON LICENSED PREMISES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

ON LICENSED PREMISES [ The Mullumbimby Polico. proceeded against Alfred O'Bourne, a coloured man, in the Mullumbimby Court on Friday last, for being oil licensed pre mises aftor hours, the presiding Magis trate being Mr. H. Hawkins. Defendant peaded guilty. Sergt., Stewart said when lie ap proached defendant in tho Court House Hotel yard, he was slightly under the influence of liquor. O'Bourno was fined £1 with 8/ costs, , tlio default being 'three- days hard labour. Seven days were allowed iu which to pay. THOMAS PLATER. Thomas Plater was charged with a ' similar offence and was fined 10/ with 8/ costs. Ho pleaded guilty. JACK WHELAN. Jack Whelan was also charged with being on licensed premises after hours and was fined 10/ with 5/0 costs.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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BRUNSWICK HEADS PUBLIC SCHOOL. WEEK ENDING 27/3/36. Emily Martin (Editress). [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

BRUNSWICK HEADS PUBLIC SCHOOL. WEEK ENDING 27/3/3-i. ? Emily Martin (Editress). We arc. still watching our green' snake. This week ho shed his skin. I It wns most interesting to watch him gotting out of his old one'. His head was the first to 'pool.' Now he looks splendid , in his now coat. , SIXTH CLASS. J-'w leading ones in arithmetic wero Georgo Bashforth, Emily Martin and Nicliol llollingworth. liK dictation, Hazel Colcinaiij- Sniily Martin, , lrono Leslie and Gay llolliug worth did good vwork. FIFTH CLASS. The loading pupils in , iirilhmetic ' were: John Wakely and ?-JJeraio:--'D6li'- nis. ? ? .- ? Evelyn Whalaii, Bornio Dennis and Alex, McPliorson did best work in dic tation. Alan Tandy wrote tlio best compo sition. FOURTH CLASS. .Those who got tho best results in arithmetic woror' Edna Martin, Win nie. Leonard, Joan Bashforth, Eileen Withers. Dorothy Miller and Bill Wha lan. .V!:.':, Tho leading ones ill dictation wero: i, Winnie Leonard, -Edan Martin, Joan Bashforth and Eile...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

PERSOJNAL | Alargarot tho small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rankin, of Tho Pocket, has returned home, much improved in health after a serious operation in a Alurwillunibah hospital. Mr. T. AlcCormack has returned homo to Brisbane after visiting Mr. E. Devereux and Mr. F. PilT, of The Pni.lrr-t Aliss Jean Philip, of Tho Pocket, was- one of tho Tweed representatives of the Vigoro Association team which defeated Kyogle last Sunday. Mr. J. A. ' Walkor, of Tho Pocket, loft for Sydney on Tuesday to attend the, quartorly meeting of the P.P.U. Central Executive. Ho intends spend ing a few days in the metropolis to visit tho Royal -Easter Show. All-., and Mrs. J. AV. Miles loave on; Saturday for Sydney wlieri) they will spend their annual holidays. Mr. A. O. Ireland, Industrial Ag ent for tho A.M;P, received word last woek that he.ha'd-won a free trip to Sydney during Easter to attend the Society's annual- conference. Rev. Pi AV. Rowlands, Rector of Nambucca Anglican Parish (and form erly of Mu...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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CYCLIST FATALLY INJURED ACCIDENT ON BRUNSWICK ROAD. VICTIM DIES IN HOSPITAL,. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

CYCLIST FATALLY INJURED ACCIDENT ON BRUNSWICK ROAD. VICTIM DIES IN HOSPITAL. Returning from work at Mann's sawmill, out of Mullumbimby, to his home at Byron Bay on Monday' night last, George Wrigjht, married (42), a' re.iJicnt of Shirley Street, was struck; by a motor bus and , ihurlod from the push-hike he was ! liding, and received terrible injur ies from which he died shortly af ter admission to hospital in Mul lumbimby. It appears that Wright, who was formerly engaged in timber cutting in the Goonengerry district, recently ac quired an interest in Mann's sawmill and was accustomed to ride to and from Byron Bay to work each day. The unfortunate man left for his lionie just about on dusk and jvas travelling around a corner just over King's Creek bridge, when the bus driven by Cyril Pearson, of Pimlico struck him. A M^illjimbimby doctor |was sum moned and the injured man conveyed to hospital, whore he succumbed a few minutes after admission; lio was bad ly injured about the head. S...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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DIRTY PLANTATIONS OCCUPIERS FINED SEVERAL CASHES BEFORE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

DIRTY PLANTATIONS , OCCUPIERS FINED SIiVER.lL CASES BEFORE COURT. W. Norris, Inspector of Zone 5, proceeded aguiimt several banana growers at tlio Mulluwb imby Court on Tuesday last for offences under the Plant Diseases Act. All the defendants pleaded guilty and some heavy penalties -voro imposed by the Pulico Magistrate, Mr. II. Hawkins. For failing to keep his .bananas clean of weeds, Leslie James, of Up per Burringbar, was lined lii! with 12/ costs;. Mr. Norris said that prior to Octo ber last the plantation conducted by James was in a dirty condition. He had issued a notice to defendant to clean tlie property but up to February last no improvements were evident. Replying to tho Police Magistrate, defendant said that lie had nothing to say. Police Magistrate: Were the weeds very bad? Mr; Norris: Yes. The plantation was nogleeted for several months. Some of tlio weeds were 5ft. high. I will concede that the plantation was in a dirty- condition when lie took it over. Tlie P.M. allo...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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NASTY ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

NASTY ACCIDENT Mr. Gordon Graham, of Stuart Street, Mullumbimby, was the- vic tim of a nasty accidont when working on one of the railway crossings on tho Mullumbimby- l Murwillumbah section. j it appears that hydraulic jacics were i being used to raise a structure when a goods train camo along and the jack had to be lowered to allow1 it to pass. In lowering tho jack, a clioclc sudden ly flew out and inflicted a nasty gash on Mr. Graham's forehead. Ho was removed to a Munvillumbuh doctor whero it was found that the injury necessitated fivp Btitchea being inserted, ' , ? ? ?

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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THE GARDEN BULBS FOR GRASSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

THE GARDEN BULBS FOR GRASSLAND. The naturalising of bulbs in grass, is a phase of gardening that is not en tered itpou by many people in Aus tralia . In other places, wc find, the grass lands beautified in a remarkable man ner by the introduction of Daffodils (and other varieties of the Narcissus gioup) liYcesius, spai'axis, ixias, triton ias and many other pleasing members of the bulb family. There is nothing difficult about this method of bulb planting and even be ginners at thp gardening game get a measure of success from their initial efforts. I would not suggest that lawns in the front portion of tho gardety should bo used for the purpose under | consideration, but grass plots at ..the rear of the dwelling or, in the larger holdings where there is a certain am ount of space under troes or between shrubs, the space can be -utilised and biantilied with all manner of bright coloured bulbous subjects,. Grass banks which havo been form ed with the idea of holding together loose soil...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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PROFITABLE PASTURES [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

PROFITABLE PASTURES Perennial Rye Grass, New; Zealand M Government certified pasture, 20 lbs. ' at G$d., 100 lbs at Oid. H Perenuial Rye Grass, New Zealand (not certified), 20 lbs. at lid., 100 9 lbs. at 4d. fl Wimmera Eye Grass, genuini, 20 lbs. ? at 7dv 100 lbs. at CAd, ? Italian Rye GrasB, Now Zealand, 4d. ' per lb„ 100 , lbs at 3Jd, Perennial Red Clover, Now Zealand grown, 20 lbs at 1/2, 100 lbs. at 1/1. Also imported, 20 lbs. at l/l,jy.0Q : lbs; at l/0i. White Clover, New Zealand, 20 lbs. at 1/8}, 100 lbs. at 1/S. Imported j 20 lbs. at 1/2}, 100 lbs. at 1/1. Subterranean Clover, first grade, 20 . lbs. at 1/7, 100 lbs. at l/lii. Phalaris Tubcrosa, 5/9 lb., 10 lbs. at 5/6. Prices subject to alteration. Ask for our farm list. P. L, C. SHEPHERD and SON LTD. Farm Seeismou sinco 1827. Postal Address; Box S608S, ; G.P.O., SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Presbyterian Church [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

Presbyterian Church ?' Sunday, April 5th: Mullumbimby (St. Andrew's) 11. Va.m. ;- Brunswick Heads 3.15 p.m.-; 7.30 p.m. (Combined Methodist and Presbyterian Sorvico in St. Andrew's) Tuesday, April 7th: -Billinudgol, 7.30 : p.m. Roy. 'J. W-. Miller!''

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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TWO KILLED PROMINENT BYRON BAY RESIDENTS CAR AND MOTOR CYCLE COLLIDE [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

TWO KILLED PROMINENT BYRON BAY RESIDENTS CAR AND MOTOR CYCLE COLLIDE Byron Bay residents wore shock ed, when it became known on Wednesday last that two of their popular residents had met with a serious accident when tho motor cycle they wore riding collided with a motor car, near Talofa. .mo young men concerncu were/ Vivian Henry King (22), who passed away shortly after admission to Lis moro Hospital from tlio effects . of a dislocation and fracture of the left thigh, lacerated wound to the right side of the mouth, numerous abrasionB | and severe shock; and Jack Coghlan (10), who passed away early yoster day morning in the same hospital, his injuries being fractured left thigh, internal injuries and severe shock. Tlio accidont occurred about 12.15 on Wednesday, and according to Con stable Miller, of Bungalow, who vis ited tho sceno shortly after the acci dent, Coghlan was riding tho niotoi) cycle, with King as a pillion passen ger, and they were rounding a sharp bend on the Lismore ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Presbyterian Church (Bangalow Charge). [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

Presbyterian Cliurcll (Bangalow Gliargo). feabbath, April 5tli, 1930: Services will bo held (D.V.) as follows: Newrybar 11 a.m.; Bangwlow -7.3() p.m. — Rov. R. Miller.. ? ° Byron Bay, 7.30 p.m., '.Follqwsliip Service. ; , '

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 3 April 1936

j THE .1936 ! CONSOLE. GRAND STROMBERG CARLSON RADIO For the first time in Australian ra dio history a series of Radio Receiv ers has met with complete consumer i-.cccptance. Not one or two, but ev ery feature in this remarkal)lo series of Receivers has been acclaimed, and in each model there is visible tho . worth of every development for which St: omberg-Carlson Engineers and De signers have been responsible. MODELS FROM £14/14/* l'ride of ownership becomes yours, with the purchase ox a Stroiiiuerg Ciii-Uon Console Grand, and lasting satisfaction as well from tile know ledge tuat your Stromberg-Carlson ? \uii reproduce programmes with just t..at extra brilliance, that it will re ceive weak stations with that added ciegiee of clarity, and that your Strom berg-Carlson moael cannot be bought in a few months at a price lower tnan that which you paid for it. SOLD FOR CASH OR EASY TERMS. MERV. ENGLERi; LOCAL DEALER. PHONE 107. BYRON BAY. BANANA GROWERS A MEETING of all banana grower* in...

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