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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. On tho motion of Mr. Scott, tho quostion of Steam Communication with Englandocoupicd tho Housb. Mr. Scott said, ho rose with ploasure to urgo upon the house tho impurtanco, tho nocossity of adopting another lino of stoamera for the postal communication with Eng land, and although that lino was not distinctly namod in the motiou now bofore tho house, still ho trusted that every honorable member would at onco recognise the Panama routo. Qe claimed no merit ol originality for ntroducmg tilts particular lino, for it had been canvnsscd over and over again in tho periodicals and other publica tions for some time baok, and viewed, almost without ex ception, in tho most favourable light ; .but ho could Only regret that the task of introducing so Important a mea sure had not_ fallon Into more able hands. Ho had also to express his regret that tho wording was ouch as to lay tho resolutions under tho implication of- Bolfishncss, but ho was lod to adopt the terms ' that Sy...

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POETRY THE RUM-[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

POE'IilT*' ' , ' * Till' RUM ' I?'. '?'*- He -xT\t\i by of tlir c: - uv, In {]uT,a|i-iouin'f. noi-i«:sl liuu: - 1 catch r», glimpr.o (if h-:» ]«r.-» frun 3!,».i\ - As he drink:- of (ho spaiV.lin.; ;n:- . ??Iov terribly ImpRiirtl vni\ v ild h' a liitlos* and vacant Kin rv-\ *'? ?His only nr-|,ici-- nlflfi J for year's *' '/'-'??' -' In tbtf f.Uw ihuthe raises oirhlglv ' ?Olvl why rfocs hu Ilngtir no rcMlef?sJy Uiei c ? ,V -Wrapt iji rtucb tvrrihla fllttonv , ; 4-.. *?.„ While llio of Hiring pecfuuic tba »tr- Why seoks ho that Ntitimjf room f v 'N\1iy dues liis hand sio frrti'fulfy Though tKo.suinmer iltiyYscaftcly o.^un t . . *Ob1 v/by \v: stay but lo. partake, ?Of more of 'the 'notfloiiff rum ? ' ' , ' ?4Ob \ v;hv 11 to nbstmctcfl nnd cobi, . jfrpAi,'?,. ? So terribly v.tU4»t hit titan* f \ . - ' &&--['% liin ihon^hti have iv.vork1;* to day* of old—'' ^ To c MtU-\ Miilt in tlio air. He IA think in:; jroiliA-jiR of hi?i childhood bright, ? ( , pf* Undimmofi by ^ *h;iO...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MAOisTBimi. Inquiiiy. — A magisterial Inquiry rela tivo to tho circumstances conneotud with tho doath of Isaac Parley, a boy, 3 years of age, wna hold at Tocal, on tho 27th instant, boforo E. G. Cory, E*q., ono of her Majesty's Justices of tho Toaoe. John Nelson doposcd that ho was in tho servico of Mr. Reynolds, of Tooal, and that on tho 25th, ho was told that tho child of a loiinw servant; naa lauon into tno creek. Deponent repaired to tho creek, divod, and brought up tho body of the child, which was quite dead. Mr. B. Newbury, surgoon, tried to restoro animation, but without effect, as tho vital spark had flod. Verdict, accidental death. Death op Mas. Siiehuebo.— An inquiry touching tho doath of Mrs. Mary Ann Shophord, of Blaok Creek, was hold at Furnborongh, on tho 2tth instant, bofore J. F. Hamilton Smith, Esq., J.P. Jeremiah Mooro, tho brother of the deceased, deposod that bis sister had been well in health on tho morning of tbo 21st instant ; that ho hoard...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] (The following letter ought to have appeared in one of our late issues, but was omitted through a press of other [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [ We do not iilcntlfi/ onrtclua with the opinions expressed by our correspondent ,*.] (The following letter ought to havo appeared in one of our Into t'suefl, but was omitted through a presa of other matter.) TIIE A. S. N. CO.'S STEAMERS COALING AT NEWCASTLE. To the Editor of the Northern Times. Sin,— rhoro aro many faults which might bo urged ag.tinRt the Nnw Company, causod mostly by the Direc tors keeping in their employ elurks nnd otuors who, whon ' Mlowcd too much latitude, lose thoir equilibrium and 1 make thoin^olvcR obttoxiouR to the public. But these mattora, the shareholders, who aro groatly interested therein, being landed proprietors, capitalists, shtppors, nnd consignees, have it in th-*ir power to remedy either by passing a vote of censure on tbo management, or by call ing on Uio Directors to pet rid of nny trimmers (if Hitch there be) nnd replacing thom by sterling business men putting the u right men In the right placo,'* and insist* ing thut...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. This Day. Mn.DonDS and Co., at tho Northumberland salo yards, Wost Maitland, 10 to 15 marcs and colts. At Sydnoy I'ark, Ostcrly, Mr. Dutbin'a property, by Mr. J. Wisdom. TnoosDAr, Januaut 28, 1857. At tho Salo yards, East Maitland, by Dodds, and Co., 70 head of fat cattle.

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WESTERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

WESTERN DISTBICTS. , (From the Balhurst Free Prcst, January 21.) Wue VFuejlt CaOFr-The pricos demanded by tho roap era are in sozno cases most absurdly high, as much as 30s. per ao w,; with ,ratioa3» grog, &c.f having in som» cases boon rofusod, and ovon at theso exorbitant rates, | men aro not.to bc had in somo parts of tho bush. An , asriculturiflt from Pepper's Creek Was in. town a few days ago ^ho U blessed or otbonriso as thocwomay be, with an cxtensivo heavy crop, looking for reapers, and tho story told by him. was that men Vero not to be had In his neighbourhood at any price. Tho difficulties and impediments with which farmers havo had to contoud , daring tho i protent haryest, together with* the proba bility of unremunerativc prices will operate as a serious drawback tp tho agricultural interest, and will no doubt 'materially interfere with the productions of the coming , ytar. \ , La&oe Co A few day b ago Mr. John Wise, junior, .caught a large cod at jproadw...

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CRICKET.—AUSTRALIANS VERSUS EUROPEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

CRICKET.— AUSTRALIANS versus EURO PEANS. Mohday, tlio Annlvorsary of tho Colony opened with bad prospcots for tho crlokotors, but at last tho clouds cleared away, and tho wickets wcro pitched. Tho day was vorylcloso. There was a great numbor of pooplo present, and all seemed to tako a great interest In tho game. Tho ploy commoncod at 25 minutes past 11. Mooro bowling to Gcorgo Braokenrog, and a maiden ovor was tho. result. Savago now tried his hand, and in tho socond ball Murphy scored 2, and afterwards a 3 hit to tho long field, Brackonrcg had to succumb to a beautiful bail ball from Mooro, as also Konniwoll, and caugnt Dy uompton, omiui was run out in oavago.s next over, Mooro had 'another maidon ovor, and from Savage's Russell got 8 splendid hits making R notches, another bailer from Mooro scttlod Tallcntino's wicket, and Scott took his placo. A little scoring was done, end Scott was caugnt out by Moore, Callaghau took his placo, and made a splendid hit of 8, besides I and 2. Bus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

Maitland hatt:- , v. THE Committpc arorcqt - ' ... . , Inn, Kist Maitland, c \ . 't, ; tho 29th instant, nt Eight} . .. | Maitland, 27th Januarj . i' V- -j FOR SALE.— Two firs: ? - i ' ! dray harness. Appl , '... ; 1188 ? 1 , One Poi - 1' .'/.jra. I STOLFN or strayed fro ' '».:-? . -- ???ut -? ltoad, on Friday Iat' ' .??' . 1 - bullock, one horn broken , : t ut; half of bows and yoke on - -t ?-- ' ; u- 1185 ; ':'-v S-.,- ? , _ — , r|1WO neat four roomed ' 0 ?' i1 ; X side tho .Long Bridge, 'i-g n \L, -''t-e ; ijua-itors of an acre of Lev! ; Possession can bo givon on 'tJiml.j i. - -i i February, l-'or further }'' a, | ' ' * ' * ! .'-?! --t'— ?' I o/nd. j j ??-»!:- s cv ?- ! y.iVliMiipt.cn liiavl. - - ) ? 1 , I ^itiner ant' .Oi«:titul ? i^rt.i;t'ity.--'A?(jr!'Ji.l to. i Ut firs ji l'?w $onth W&ialK M.N rr.fiiy i-j.- ?,;?: viN -JON A3. \ -A '-'.i;! 1'- ' li ? .; v ,-l.vy fVbruary nes t, .'it ?* i-'- -it, st f ? t.i. . ?-??', l,,:t! Mail!v:d, T';S ??'?t: f '* -!? .i. .. ?. .' v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

GARDENING AND AGRICULTURAL' MEMO RANDA FOR JANUARY. KiTCnfcH G*nnKn,..».n:mt savoys, cabbages, cauliflowers, brocoll. celcrjr. Sow turnips, spinach for winter, cabbago seeds, French 1*ans, tnrnlp radish. Clear gmtim! of rubbhh nml tlopoalu, Trani|flnnt7oung culture of sufficient. f*rn«tti. Clear ground of forward produce. Wrficr.and gather na the ease requires. Flowirs.— Carcfh! general superintendence, clearing from weeds and deposits, amt^ralnteg,* Tn*rs.— Vineyards to be preserved from Incumbrance by weeds and Insects. Duddlng, During iho hot season, rill -hrabs, plants will require attention, Tirld.*— Land lo be broken for crops of wheat, barley, Ac. ?Land intended for maize is tu be got ready. Tobacco cutting may b» commented. CIjc llflriknt Sates, ; HOTIIINO EXTENUATE NOR ACT DOWN AUQUT IN MALICE. ? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1857. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

J ? ? I CHEAP ADVEETISEMEHTS. Addresses!, Wanted Situations, and Adocrlisc ? ments under twenty tcords, only One Shilling. THE 'NORTHERN TIMES' ' fepl iprittting #ict. WE Iicr to inform llio InlinbKnnts of TVest R ait'nnd and tho neighbouring districts, tlitit wo arejproparod toexcculenll ortlorn at tho above Establish ment, anil hope, . by strict attention, speody deapatcli, ' combined with a first-rato style of priming', to rticrit. their patronngc. ' ? Every .description of ' letter-press printing exocutod with ncatnes-s iuld despatch. ? Book-wort, Catolojfuos, Fosters, BillheAds, Clicqno Bookn, Circulars, Law Forms, PaniplilottJ, Show Carda, and avory other description of plain and ornnmenltil printing in a stylo not (6 bo excelled by any other Es tablishment. Charges strictly modorato. High-street, West Maitland. 101t Hunter River Wow Stoam Navigation Company. Steam to Sydnoy Daily MORNING TRirS. THE Btcamors of thfa Company will resnme tho MORNING TRIPS to Sydnoy, from tho Wha...

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THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

THE LAND QUESTION. The mountain has been in labour and has brought forth — a mouso. The Ministry that entered upon offico with suoh a flourish of trumputs — that was to outlibcraliso tho Liberals — that was to put ovory one in a fair way of obtaining everything, has, after beating round tho bush for tho whole session, at length ventured to introduce a measure in volving important principles. But then such a measure ! As stupid as if it had been concocted by Mr. Macarthur — as illiberal ns if it had been dictated by tho Maclcays. We once had a high opinion of Mr, Hay's liberality and ability — we hold that opinion no longer. Tho new Crown Lands Sales Bill gives evidenco of neither tlio one nor tho othor, It is tho most miserable attempt at legislation on tho subject of the Waste Lands that it is possible to conceive. The cry of the people has been ' Unlock the Lands,' and this Bill shuts them up moro securely tnan ever. The squatters aro to be maintained in all their privi leges — th...

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THE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

TIITJ ANNIVERSARY. The 26th of January, ia a white tlay in tho an mls'of Australia. It is a day, the memory of which shall remain green with us, na. long as wo ? aro. a nation — .a day, the commemoration of which shall only become more enthusiastic with the pro- i gross of time. It' is to us as universal a holiday as the 5th ol November, in England, or tho 4th of July 'in America. There is this difference, how ; ever, tlirtt our Anniversary has not like theirs rer . ceived a baptism of blood. It is emphatically a ? (peaceful one — the commemoration of the birth of : a nation destined From its position and natural ad vantages to attain, in the purauit-'of the arts that ?ennoble and ameliorate humanity, tho highest ?degree of prosperity and glory The manes of no slaughtered fellow-beings, call aloud for vengeance ?on our heads. As yet blessings not curses aro tho debts due to us from mankind. It is sixty-nine years last Monday, since Go 'vernor Arthur i'hillip, with tho *' first fleet...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA LAND LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA LAND LEAGUE. Tho following Is tho petition propared by the Commit teo of tho Victorian Land League, in accordance with tho rorolutions passed nt the late mcetins hold in Molbourno. It is now boing circulated for sinnatiire : — 'l To the Tlonnrahlo the I.etridativo Assembly of tho colony of Victoria, ill Parliament assembled. ? ' The humble petition of tho untlorsignod, in habitants of Victoria, ' Respectfully nhewoth to your ITonoralile nouso that they view with alarm the serios of resolu tion-. Intrlodueod into your House by tho honorable the Surve^jj-Oonoral, proposing to lease away to the present occupicrs of pastoral runs, mid to other persons all the unalienated public lands of the colony. ' That your petitioners -bopod that, when the public lands wore ctdod by tho Crown, and placo l at tho dis posal of the Legislature, thoy would ho so m-.naged as to givo.tha inhabitants of this rnlon.v. the full advantaijo of that ahnirlant choice of soil and s...

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SYDNEY REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

SYDNEY REGATTA. This rogatta took place on Monday last. In tho first rice, tho first prize of £10 was won by Bluo Bell, E. Lawranec : tho socond raco was won by Mr. Punch's Mos-ionger, ; in Iho third race, J. IJoyd'a Paddy from Cork, took the first prir.o ; the Messoncor of T. M-Grath, took tho first prizo in tho 4th raoe. Tho Ladies' Purse was woll by tho Star cf Australia ; tho Cth raco was won by tho Will Watch: the 7th by the Challenge; tho 8th by tho Emma, tho 0th by tho Peahen ; tho 10th by the Sprig of Myrtle : tho 11th by the Star of Australia, aud the 1 .1th by the Fawn.

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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

BOUTHEItN DISTRICTS. Miraculous Escape jiiom a Bite op a Blaok Shake. — On Saturday, tho 11th instnnt, n boy ten yoors 'Id, namod Gooloy, oon of Robert Gooloy, of Cosaola Crook, near llurrown, whllo out in tlio bush sliophording lay down olotio to an old log. Ho wm not long lying whon ho fonnd a Rnake coiled round Ilia io^a ; tho boy 0nd(-avonrnd to shako off tho enako, hut did not succood until ho got noveroly hitton in ono of tho ? finger*. He waa immediately hroucjht into Burrown, to Dr. Smith, who applied prompt moa'uros for tho oxtraotion of tho poison.' Though it wai somo hours after tho titno ho wai bitten, wo aro happy to oay tho bo'y has coinplotoiy reoovored. . TiinTits, Dratiis. and MAnnlAOE3. — Wo havo boon fivour -d by W. Chatfield, E'q., District Uoplstrar, with tho following memoranda for tho quartor ending the 31st D cemhr-r, 18/iC : — Births— maloa, 50 j fomales, fiO ;* total, 110. Deaths— males, 17 ; fomalo?, 7 ; total, 24 Marriasoa (ono by tho District Registrar),...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE' .???? . - NEWGASTLE. On Tuesday cwrnlng, tho 18th instant, a public meet ting of thtf friends iof missions waa held in tho Congre gational Church, ''\Nowenstlo. Tho Rev. Wm. Iloivo (missionary . from Tahiti) and the Rov. Mr. Gordon (from Nova Scotia)'attcndod as adoputation from the Lon don Missionary Society.- Thcattondancewas respectable, bnt not largo, and all appeared much gratified. The Rev. John Gibson occupied tho chair and opened tho meeting with praiso apd prayor, which was followed with an introductory address. The Eov. Mr Gordon (who is on his ,w8y to tho' Now Hebrides, where Williams was martyred) then1 gavo -a lucid and 6trong address. Tho Bev.'Mri Howe, .followed, with many statistical and in te«!sting;iaet8?.lllustrathig.tbc progress of missionary oflbrt, in- tha South; Sea Islands, whore ho had laboured »occcssfulljbl8 y/ir3. :.0n. tho following afternoon Mr. HoWO visitcd'fthornoo :day school, and interested the tho chlldroii-wtth iovcral anoed...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

SYDNEY NEWS. fFttOM OUH SrECIAI. CoRREBPOfnnNT.'l Tho 1'rcsidenoy of tho Upper House, vacmt hy tho resignation of the Chief Ju.-tiee, Las bom accepted by Mr. Pluakett. A new feature hns heoti introduced into tho Sydney Mnuicipal Council Hill during the p.irs igo through tho Upper II'iu-ic. Th 1 olecimi of tho mayor is verftcd in the general h .dy of the citizens, bnt thoir selection ii coutined to the aldermen. This is contrary, I think, to tho precedents of all ithur c irpurati-jii-, but it ^ill at any rare restrain that jobbing fur the mayoralty for which Sydney was so famous under the old corporation. An Officer of Health, who niuxt be a duly qualified medical practitioner, is very properly tu bo addud to the list of officials, and it is extraordinary, considering what importance is now attached to this olftco in Uuijland, that tho framor of' tho bill should havo omitted it alto gether. On Friday, Mr. Jones pr won tod to tho Assembly tho petition of the Nowcartlo Chamber of Comme...

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GOLD FIELDS. TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

GOLD FIELDS. TUENA. Since I wroto you last,' wo have had dreadfully heavy rains — almost incessant up to Now Year's Day— Hut now again tho woathor is fino. Tho diggings aro decidedly improving. It is truo that tho wet did considerable damage to tho claims in tho bed of the creek ; hut sinco tho rain ceased temporary injury has been compensated by Boino luoky hits. Wo may instaiico Spriug'3 and Gillespie's parties. Thoy woro working in tho bod and last weok thoy got somo nioo nuggotty gold, one specimen of puro metal a flat ploco weighing ovor, three ounces. Thoro has been a rush to Douglass' Hill, anil sovoral claims hav6'boon bottomed, hut without any groat remits., Thero aro. several doing well in Iiright's Flat; in fact. genorally speaking, thoro is not much cause for grumbling. All wo want is an cxtensivo population ; thero Is plontv of gold. A great deal of dissatisfaction has been expressed at Mr. Smith, tho owner of somo of the auriferous land horc, charging £1 por month. The...

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MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

haitland district council. This body met yesterday at tho Court-house, East Maitland, pursuant to advertisement. Present — the Warden and Messrs. Borthwick, Brow, Wahb, Gorrick, and Portus. ' ' ' The minutes of the previous meeting wero then road and confirmed, Tho balance was declajred to bo £28 5a Thc^ Warden tftatod that he had heard nothing about tho gjO granted for the ropair of tho Victoria Bridge for 1866, and ako tho £50 for 1866. Bomo conversation ensued ,'on tho subject, after whioh it was agreed that tbo Auditor-General should bo ap plied to for tho jfilOO due. A roport of tho roccipts and expenditure of the Mait- | land DiLtrict Council from tho 80th of June, 1855, to thq ' i 31st Decombor, 1866, was then road. Receipts July 1st — By balance £50 6s 8d. ? ? . DiSBOnsEMKnTS. July 28th-~t6 painting Victoria Bridge— : £28 0 0 ?j: ' Balance.. £28 6 0 Total... £50 G 8' A letter from Mr. Minter, the Secretary of tho Maitland Improvomont Committee, was thon rood. Tho letter stat...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEST MAITLAND, MONDAY, JANUARY 26TH. (Before Bourn Russell, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Times — 28 January 1857

POWGE INTELIilGENOE ; West MXiTtA-ti-,; Monday, Januarv 2Gtii. ; S- \ *(Befo*fc Bourn Russell', Esn.) 1 j 'pRuBKfiftHiHs.—Jamps* Bonnet was charged by Sor igeant Kloirrigiin .'with, tho prime of drunkenness. Tfio 'offence was'^omhlittod oil tliii proyious evening. Bennett 'pleaded guttti-,' andVas fitib.d. 20s, or in default of pay ;mont tWcntVrfour'hourg in tho'cells. ; . , Edwstd. Watt ^Ieadc'd guilty to a chargo similar to tho . preceding. . Con9tahIo Arthur, approhondod tho prisoner ?in High-street. : Fined 10s, or twenty-four hours in tho cells. William Tifortimcc found drunk under tho Northumber land Bridge, was fined 20b, or twonty-four hours in tho cells: - * , ? ' OnscENE Lahouaoe. — Willjam Mortimer was charged jby Constablo Arthur with havjng used obscene language on Sunday last, limlor the Northumberland Bridge. The language of defendant is unfit' for repetition. It could have boen hoard fen tlie public road. Defendant ploarlcd ithat he was drunk at tho time, and did hot...

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