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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

? . ^^^^^^^ala^^^HnB 'C*S from DPtlso* constipation, ]an^ torpidity of the liver, he soon* Iosm -^U eujoyraont of hi» meals. Nolhina; tusus Rood or looks uppituing. He grumble! at his wife, or the cook, or.th« landlady, or the waiter* as,the .paifl moy be. Prople bay hp.is,,'! hard .*- .please,' and let. i go atJ,h;»t..-y Th&.fact is that the man 'win a pceoarioqa oondition, and if he continues to neglect his health, is a candidate for consumption, or some equally, terrible, jnalady. If a o.an does not wish to-' Dine with Death for a waiter,' he should take the right remedy foe 'Jittl^jJIs ' at they arise, and thus ward off the ' big ones.' WhenarnanlrjppmiteiB-poor, when his iiver U Jmpd, awhen . he ieoU Morse'* - Indian '3toot J'HIli -: They make the appetite keen, the liver active, the. bloodjWUe, and the whole body euergetio. Tbey cure that trouble called constipation,-which is the start ing point of many ills. Dr. Morse'a Indian Root Kill .Cure it positively, certainly,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

^Mtea|iiot loose your linen, brit use ~ . I ^«^ Sun Marking Ink, ||f?AC' PRICE 6d. I jJt^ '' -iWHl not was-h out, no lieatiii-j required, turns jet black, and I ^.Xor, will save i you pounds' worth of linen. ^ D. MORGAN, ^g: Chemist, E.owral Agent. F *Wp.R ! WAR ! ! WAR ! ! ? . ? The atmosphere is full of it! First we prepare for France, ? ?? . then . we' settle tl»cj Soudan, and now we are busy in the Tran9vaai. War— fearful and horrible — is on everyone's lips We liave declared war against Indigestion, y, and are j»i epaied to fight to the bitter end. j?V,v;.-. ?'-. 'Nor spSt, nor shell, nor gatling guns do we require. Our SH&'-r; Admonition '.consists of one ^^^^TWa . ,UjTi 'w . iliTml'' Jimi Xirf^^f-l[M-| ? ;': ?? i' n I three in full retreat ; Twentyf our shots— -or one bp|» — absolute destruction. No 'C capitulation. ' \^-'$j&SIF* 4B0fcdB.GAN, «O MANUFACTURING CHEMIST I Tlie S^G-Lbss for Linen IVO MIXIXG WITH STARCH. USED DRY. ''''?;-: PRICE 3d. This GlossiS in...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bong Bong Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

Bong Bong Picnic Races. The above raou will be held on Thuraday and Friday next. The following are the handioapa for the, Brat day and entries for the second day :— FIRST DAY. Tkiil Siakb.— Leiy Bones llkt , Maori Girl 11.0. Melosat 10.11, Greeba .10.11, Deliowy 10.H, Merlin 9.13, Megara 9.13, Convoy 9.13, Pom Pom 9.1S. ... HiOK RAOX.--£unbeam 10.13, L.ly Bones 10.13, Flnker 10.13, St.' Anthony 1013, Iutnuld* 10.13, Daylight 10.11, Hejoaal 10.11, ^Peilowy. 10.11, - GoboUon' 10.1ULidvamlthl0.1I, Volo 10.1, Worry toun U.l, Handel- DC 11.1. VTollogorang 11.1, EWe 10.11, Lnlworth 10 11, Greba 10.11, laVjinWl.MarmmaB.ll.Dhdu 9.11, Megara 9.ll',,Convoy 9.11. ., : . CbabsWd RAOtl-Puray 10.7. Jewert 10 7, Brown 8herry 10.7,- Oobolion 10 7i Sonny 10.7, Regret 10.7, M'Gee 10.7, Baker 10 7, b g by Martini Henri 10.7, ....'*': Wihoioaxbibee PLATE.— Sweet Erioa 12 7, Laty Bones 12.7, Daylight 11.0, Vplo 107, Sunbeam 10.7, Brown; Sherry 10.7,' Maori Gia 10.7, Worry 10.0, 'Intmtion, 10 0, Jewess 1...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men's and Boys' Clothinir, Hosi. ry, Hats, and all Seasonable Drapery at Kutherford's, Bowral. Crowded Odt. — Cricket And other items hare been unavoidably crowded out. Band Entertainment.— Tho Milla gong orass band will render?».gro- gramme of *muric in Alexandra Pairs'' to morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, commencing at 3.30T Fbesbttebian. — At the Bowral Presbyterian Church on Sunday last the services were conducted by the Rev. Graham H. Balfour, M.A., B.D. Each service was largely attended. Alteration re Date of Sale.— The furniture sale by Mr. O. Horton at Mitlagong will take plaoo at 10 sum. to-morrow (Wednesday), and not as previously advertised. For particulars see the advertisement, . A New Road.— The clearing of the nivrtatS', which is'to be formed alone- 1 aigjtWof the JsKlja tnuulin*, gbul p|Sa -pat local men will alto be en MlTTAQONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. — The norainatious for an alderman to fill (lie vacancy in the MittsgoDg council caused by the resignati...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

Bowral Municipal C)nncil. Tl,e;cnurfcil iuel on Thursday ni-lit last. Prt-Beiii.: Alii. SteplienK^UHjoO, Mackenzie, Uresclier, Kyiigdon, Stokes, Murriy/und Uice. At the'invitatioa of tbe Mayor, Mr. J. Mealing (alderman and ex Mayor of Mittagong) also occupied a sent at the table, and expressed hia pleasure at meeting tbe Bowral aldermen. . ._ COnBBSPONDENCE. ? From ._Cjitchett Walker, asking whelhiT the council had any objection to the 18th instant being proclnimi-d a pulilic holiday in this district, for the Kecond day's racing of the Bong Bon» Pknic U«C' Club.— Decided, on mo lion of AM. Murray and Mickonzie, tlia' there wua no o: jectinn. From the Council Clerk, asking for leave of aliscncn from Wednesday, 16th instant, to Frfday, 18th instant. — Granted, rn motion of Aid. Mac kenzie und Stok'e=. ? FINANCE 6HEET. The following arcounts were passed for payment :— General account; Wages £9 9a 9d, salaries £7 3s 10d,, nightman £4 J5s, Wm. Beer {adver tising) £4 lls, Hill Bros, (good...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

Butter -Advices duted the 4ili January from London report the butter nmflret firm mid prict-8 well maintained. Tin's i? satisfactory for exporters, bub wouM \-n sill more B»tiif«ctory to producers li:ul locil values been ndvunc?-l on the same basis Second c!-jss liuttw h nlniosl unsili'Ulile. Bacoii — Snll in good ilrsniiind. ? Cheese -Wry slug»ish niul dillionlt fc to quit. 1 K.B«_Arrivi..p g.M.cmlly in l,;t.l ' condition. K. H. T11R(.wi:Y. Jan. 11. Mating' r.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

The Berrlma District Farm mid I Dairy Co., Lid. Creamery butler, Sd. Factor; butter, 8.1 to Oa 6J1 Separator butter, 01 iu O.I Dairy butter, O.- 7}1 10 Os S I. Pastry butter, 0.J tu Os 01. Hand-cured Imcnu, GJ I to 7 I Machine-cured bubo, OJ to OJ. Hams (littiid-cureil), Sd tn gi.i. Middles (hand-cured), 7J.) tc til. Rolls (hand-cured), OJ t.-0.1. Lard, 41 to 4id. „ Bulk, 31 tn 3J,d. Cheese, 4Jd to B.I. Cheese («euond quality) 0 1 (o 0 1 Eggt, Os 8d to 0) lid Turkey (cooks), 10a Od U- )7s I) 1 Turkeys (hens) 4s 6.1 tD 6s C 1. .Geese, 3s Oil to 5s Od. tWcks, 2s Od to S-. 0.1. . Smrla,Sa6dto6s0.i. ,-_£B»toes, £3 6a to i5p:r ton. 1 ' ' ''JflBBsrS-iTinwwTir ? CalJ Skins Is OJ to 2i O.I each Honey, If I to 2J i per llj.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

Gencr.il Now. At thoN^rth Sydney Police Court on Thursday, a youthful letter carrier was fined for burning letterB which he wus loo lozy to (Miver. , Sir William Lyiie is to be urged lo redeem a promise he tnide at New castle to giant a fpocml undowninu to rounicipnlities. The.diy labor sysicm is respnnsib'e for ailaige nn-tn.piliiftii influx of iaborert from the country. At the police courts in Vidoiin, over 10,000 forms have Leen issued in connection witli old »ge pensions. Steps«re bping t«ken for tho orpotion of a memorial to tln- late Sir Henry Parkes at North Sydney. The plngiie has broken out at Con Btautinople. A dcith from ihe disease has lien reported from llml p'ik.o. Ex-president Iv rugs', u-lio was suf fering from heart we&knfta?, is. now reported -con valcscent. The War Offi :e has n greed tn accept 400,0001b. tins of pluinj«ni from New South Wales for South Africi. A Chinaman from Singan fu, where the Imperial Court is Eituated,. reports that 85,000 Chinese ar...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Fatal Case of Snakebite. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

Fatsil Case of Snakebite. On Tuesday aftnuonn last D'miclic .Elizalietli Siuims, n»cJ 14J years, tlnURhter of Ml-. Wu'tor iSMiiiiiB, of North Kinm«, whs liil'r.n on the foot liy n small biowiiith-grcrn snaki1. Her fmlmr tind nlisatuie above t)x- wound. r\vi I nd Imr immcdir.li'ly taken Iu Ki-iiit fur (rratmenl, lm su.-king tin; nu:--l during tlin jouriiPy. Dr. II. Terry sppli'il t he usu-:l mm-rliss, null the girl, nppsirn g Imtter, v.-rs ?IhIicii iiomn. .She aflct wards look fits of vomiting, which kept up for aliout 23 hours. Tbn doctor whs ncain in At tendance., but the «irl di.'.H at DnVlock on Widms.l.iy night, 31 hour* after being liitHii.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

JWUSE PAINTING, SIGN WRITING, * jfV. MrferKENZIE | (Lately jmh W^r^Jhas.feitchie, Sydney), pf le-st., MOSS VAEjjLr*-85 EKktion-st , BOWRAL. ? : ESTIMATES GIVEN :- ? A TRIAL SOLICITED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Pupils Received or Visited in Bbwril and District. PIANOFORTE, ORCA^tfND S1NGINC. ? ;o: ,S-j i Candidates prepared for College and OrtTVeftfi^ Examinations . ' . in Theoretical and Practical Music. J. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. „.-' '??'-:' ? . i -f-v''- l^-«^iai^Ui£^dSr ' THAT'S ' A piojcftnd shovel man can worlt 8or9 hours a day rnK-jt-, | nliAna and handle some tons of earlh for 7* ... ' '''I » litHIOUX A mechanic cm take a piece of metal worth about £1 rfi|1(1-»_ eii-fll and convert it into watch springs worth £200 . . I Hal » MLII1 'V Rotbsohild can writ* r few words on a pirco of piper raj ^j r\ ?* 1 1 and make it worth £1,000,000 .... I Hill S taipilali ^ Some people think it economy to buy picnp and frI ,, __. , .^ iqdifferenlly nn.de Saddles . /^ -^ * '«tt S a UllStilke O...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

BANTER *' SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the ConaulOeneral for Italy, at Melbourne, March It, 1873. Awardod diploma at the Amsterdam Ethi bitian, 1SS3. Acknowlegerl by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in tbe market, product; of simple dis tillation, forming cruile, resinjus oil:. In order that these cmrle oils may not be taken - for our pure Volatllo Kuculypti Extract,-' ;' which is recognised by the Jl.idical Division of tbe Prusiau Government la be of per fectly puH origin, as por information forwarded to us through the (xmsul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we atme .— It is provc.l by tesu mo Jc by the Mertie.1 S'-'.'is...*.', *)??; '?»'«»*;«' °r ^°n_--°i Dr. Schulli!, Professor of I^riuacology a^t of tl.e Medical Clinics at Ufctswalrl, tbut Mily products tliat -terfur.ted with oiyuen a...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

' Sales bj Auction. To-morrow, Wednesday, at 10 am.— Qeo. Horton, at Miltagonp,, furniture and effects. ' Saturday, Jan. 19, at 2 p. m — '? D. Wood - and Co., at Bobertson, on account of llessrs. Moss and Tatlow, 90 choice oalved and forward springers. Saturday, Jan. lfl, at 3 p.m ? J. O. Morris __ and Co., at Bowral, on account -of Mr. ' Jaoob Horton, ?plendid residential site at Bowral. -; Produce BooftUana Current Prices Given -Give us a sail— Butherford's, Bowral. TO THE i-BaP.-A rioh Udy.:Onred of bfrPjafneasaiidJJolse.inO.eBreadbyDr. IcnbWi Artificial Bar Drams, gave £8000 to Us Institute, sc that deaf people unable to procure the Bar Drams may have them free. .Addnas Jtfo. S6BD, Tho Niohol ton Institute, Longcott, flonnenbury, Larj. do»,:W.: . ?'??-?- r'- ;',-?'.' . '. ' -*ir' Q

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Welcome to Returning Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

Welcome to BetHrnlag: Soldiers. Mittagonif was the soeii^.pf bustle and exoitement on Saturday afternoon. The railway- platfora ^aitf'ilhe- *p proaches to the station?Sr£re densely populated with .^triotW^iiftna the loyal mibjeou of ajSSIftwmriiig rstriot 8o04 AfricaqlpS^re^ rrrnrning. *nd ereryb^gti^wi gui zn« to give them* wTOjiWgwniB,; As the 5.80 tn«n «'e^$pn,Wa aV- Selgt. Chant, Md Pri^^arBBja^ ?'A -:::?--r::\^,^!i$r stook, and O. Southey stopped on to the platform they were quickly sur rounded by relatives and' friends, and given the heartiest of welcomes. . Tbe proceedings whioh followed were of a similar description to'that acoorded ireviously to representatives of the II. Company, with the exception that they were more enthusiastic. After the nsual greetings were over, the three soldiers were accommodated in Mr. J. Lake's drag, and preceded by tbe band and followed by a monster procession were- driven np Main street as far as Dr.Middleton'i residence, and a return in tho ot...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
White Cross League. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

White Crow League. Oo Sunday afternoon Dr. RjArthuT,'*' of Sydney,* addressed a male Audience at '' *?—' f '^jSisftWl'1''™' the Bubjeot of personal parity, The .'?'?' Rev. A. W. Parton presided. The meeting opened with praise and prayer followed by a reading of Scripture by Mr. R. H. W. Bligh, secretary of the White Cross League, after which Dr. ?? Arthur addressed the meeting. In bis address the speaker pointed out tbe evils and dangers of imparity, and showed bow a life of continence and virtue was the life of true manhood^ He urged all present to join in the work of the White Cross League ,A which was formed to pat down all 2-r ' kinds of imparity. Mr. Bligh also addressed the meeting, and sevegU gentlemen present spoke a few wojfla. At the coDclusion the pledge of the. - onion was taken by some of those present In the evening, at tbe conclusion of the church servic s Dr. Arthur gave a similar address in the School of Arts, Bowral. Mr. S. Russell occupied the chair. The address w...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Berrima District Cottage Hospital [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

Berrinu Dtetriet Cottage Hospital The committee met at the hospital, Bowral, on Friday last. Present : Mr. Javin George (chair), Revs. M. Mad dern and Stanley Wilkinson, Dr. T. O. Fisher, Messrs. C. W. Marsden, J. Mealing, A. Stephens, A. D. Badgery, H. E. Wickham, and F. B. Kyngdon (hon. sec.). OOBRXSFONDKKCI From Hon. Win. M'Court, ML A, stating that a special grant of £100 had been voted to tbe hospital — It was decided to write to Mr. M'Court thanking him for his exertions on be half of the institution. From Miss Tobin, forwarding a oheque for £6 2a, proceeds of a concert held at Bundanoou. EKPOKTB The sub committee submitted a re port regarding the satisfactory working of the institution. After dealing with several minor matters the report stated that the sab-committee had accepted the tender of the Nevertire Dairy Oo. to supply milk to the hospital for the year 1901 at 7d per gallon.— The report was adopted. The hon. treasurer reported that tbe credit balance at. the Uiauk amo...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
St. Jude's Debt Sunday [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

St. Jnde's Debt Sunday The annual featival services with special collectiona towards the redaction of the debt on St Jude'a Church, Bowral, were held on Snndny last, and the eipecUtion that the amount contributed would reach £100 was orarly milled, the amount being £84, inolutive of the special e&VL 'At both senicea the Altnn^jinnA w*« large, and the music, though plain, -was specially well rendered, the singing of the boys reflecting (treat oredit on Mr. Comp- : ton, the orgviiit and choirmaster. Tl -reMar..;r'«ad the prayer*, the Rev. H. M. Trickett, Ute rector of Nowra, read the lessons, and' the pretcher for tbe occasion was well known in Bownl, being the Rer. Willonghby Flower, Rector of Bt Mark's, Darlinghnrst, who preaobed at the dedica tion, last year, of the hurlsome pulpit pre sented to the church by Mr. T. H. Keigwin. Mr. Flower possesses a rich and powerful voice, thoroughly trained both as- to [iiflection and iotonation in preaching, and nil gifts as to language...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Students' Entertainment Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

Students' Entertainment at ltowral. On Saturday evening there was a large attendance nt the Bowral Sohool of Arts when a most enjoyable enter tainment was given by the students of the Summer School in aid of the local hospital. Mr. S. H. Barruclough, B E , M.M E. (Sydney), occupitd the chair. The programme was gone through in a most nappy manner, and ? thoroughly enjoyable evgafy^i* the result: The various items wer-? without exception enthusiastically sp: plauded and many encores were ^de manded and insisted, opon. The 'en tertainment opened with a pianoforte, solo by Miss Dunlop of the Presbyterian Ladies College (Croydon) for which that young lady was recalled ; a similar honor befel Miss Bloom&eld (Reviere Oollege) who introduced the second part of the programme with a piano forte selectioo. Many of the items provided a considerable amount of hnmor. nmonff those heiner the 'Varaitv Anthems by the students of the Syd ney, Melbourne, and Adelaide Uni versities respectively...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

lawn Tennis. The oonrUofthe Bowral Lawn Tennis Club were engaged on Wednesday afternoon last with a match between Bowral and a team representing the Students' Summer Sohool, resulting after a very enjoyable came in a win for the former by 19 games. . ? aiu Mum m« «|jppuuoa i-~ I Summer Sohool. Bowral. Miss Lodder ani'Mr. Griffiths r. Miss Amy Jones aid Mr. Cowall, 6-2. ' UissStillwallandMr. Mitchell v. Miss M. Jones and Mr. Merewether, 0-6. Miss Amos and Mr, Tcece v. Miss Amy Jonts and Mr. Cowell, 06. Miss Tsdd and Mr. Griffiths v. Mrs. Wiok ham and Mr. BalooniD, 06. I Miss Roseby and Mr. Stnokey V. Mrs. Wickham and M r. Hsicomb, 2-6. Miss Lodder «nd Mr. Griffiths v. Miss M. Jones and Mr. Morewelher, S 6. Mis- Howard and Mr. Rsbsnn t. Miss Amy Jones and Mr. Cowell, 2-6. Miss Amosimd Mr..Teecev. Mrs. Wiokham, . . and Mr. Halc'qmb, -W. Mas Roseby and Mr. 8luckey v. Miss Reid ? and Mr. Armitage/ 6-0. HUs Roseby and Mr. fituokey'v. MUs P. RvderindDr. 7allack,4fi. Win Stillwrfl and Mr. M...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Return of West Camden Lancers. RECEPTION AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 January 1901

Ketnrn of Wert^aiflden Lancers. REoepnoN Ay ,itoss vale. Troopers P. Bre»n«a*n, R. Wheller, M. McBaron, *riapciJ. Warby (the last to 'turn of tt*:. West Camden Lancers, Koberttonr jialf squadron, who took part in ths^South Afrloau war), arrived in Moia, Valo by the mid-day train on 8£lurday Ust, and. were accorded a public reception. The troopers were offloially, received by the Mayor (Aid H. W. Tfijlor), Captain MoEvilly, ua LSeot.^oed, and were warmly welaomod by relations and friends. The Mayor, in a neat speech, congratulated them -oil' their safe re turn, and in paying a high tribute to their actions oo the battle-field, gave them a cordial welcome back to tbe district. Ohenrs were then given for the returned soldiers, which was again renewed -when tVy stepped out from the station and wore greeted by some of their old comrades— a de tachment of the West Camden Lancers. A.n adjournment wu 'then made to the Commercial Hoi el, wtiere dinner was partaken of, and subsequently touts ...

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