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JOYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

JOYLAND. " FROM MANGEIR To CROSS," It Is ostlmlatod there Weroro oloo upon 80U people, Inoluding juvenlloes, at Joy. land on Friday night, on iho oooasion of tho firat reproduotion heoro of the fauous olnomiatographi plot ore, '" Froim Malnuer to Cross," Tho audleneoo Included many distriot residents, and evorybody was deeply Impressed with the ma?;nitionoo of the film, which pIortrayed so faIthfully the life of Christ. The acting of the varlous charaotorers was exeoolluent, and tho oonery wa In keeping with thei datla with wlilch it was HassocIated. The piclturo was shown aga?Ii oin ator. day night, when there waa a good atton. dance and great interest was maintaliiod from commencenoooent to finIsh. Appropriato hymns were roendered by a oholr, oonprlsing Mr. W, R. Blis311s (oon. duotor), Mcedamoes Wollird and Parkin. son, Misses Lngdon, M'IC'Kay (2), Blija (2), Woods (2), Sawyer, Sinltli, uiad Moss, and Messrs Parkinson, Fogarty, King,, Brlisbanetl, M'eholnle, Moss, and Oreon., woo...

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ST. ARNAUD TURF CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

ST, ARNAUD TUFF OLUB. 4- -- ~- - SUMMER MEETING, Followlng are the nominatlonas for the handlcap evcnts at the summer meeooting of the St. Arnaud Turf Olub :- Kara Kara Handicap.--Aderyn Du, Mower, Pine Hill, Qoen Eli?abeth, Florrie Peak, Grand Speoo, Valwiok, List Dream. Hurdle Raeo.--Blao k Natlvo, Maxwel. ton, Tinmid Bill, Orecolen , WVoomolang, Rogue HaLrem, Baronial, Blue Jaoket, Trial landiocap.-Shipbolt, Kilmuir, D?)nola, My Donald, H-larvest Buy, D'ex, Master Junot, Pine Hill, Diamond Braues lot, Valizavora, Voyoulo, Sr. Arnaud landioap,--Aderyn Du, Maxwelton, Brookong, WVlnohoeo, Rogue [Hareom, Carmella, Valwlok, Nyika, Q?ucn Lllaboth. Flying Handicap,-.-Aderyn )o, Doatola, Maryleobono, Mower, Harveat Boy, Pine Hill, Diamond Bracelet, Winch se, Valizevera, Rosomol, Valwlek, (rand Spec, Ohapote. WelteOr Handloap,-Mv Donald, I)rox, Woomolang, Britwood, Queen Erlizaheth, Bristol Park, Florrie Parlk, Nyika, Max. welton,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

Special AMveftleomot9s. The Leading Firm. JAS. ROWE & SONS, VICTORIA ARCADE, 1'OR White Duok Verandah BTinde Green or Brown Stripe Canvas Verandah Bllinda Made up to any sizn on tihe premiase, Es. timates gladly Riven, Green or white IBmhoo Blinds in the following sizes:--3 ft, x 6 It,, fb., x 8 ft., 6 ft, x 8 ft., 8 ft,. x8 ft., 10 ft, x 8 ft, Fy.proof Wiro i)ooru,-Stook air.,g 2 ft, tI in x 6 ft, 6 ft. ; 2 It, 8 in, x 6 It, 8tn,; 2 ft, 10 in, x 6 ft. 10 in,; in a number of different designs Anjusiable F'ly Proof Wiindow Screens Dock Chairs in Pine and Blacokwood, all ei',ea and kinds in stook Ono Chairs and Lounges Sea Grass Chairs and Lounges Canvas Hammocks for comfort and durability Bedroom and )iniung Room Suites in prioes to suit any pooket Our lailbaok Pantatotto D)ining Room Suite, 7 pieoee at £8/115 takes a lot of boating A cheaper Leather Suite, 7 pieces, a real good investment at £6/12/6 All kinds, az's, and colours in Bodsteads antd Cots-a grand assortment Go Ca...

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His Colleague. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

His Colleaoue, ' Me?hengtul g 'r Who'i tho "well yo was talkin' to, Jitninic? Newsboy: Aw! Him anl' mle's work. edl together '(r year,. He's the (edt tor o' one o' lily pail)Oiel! WVhen we look back Inow upon solme of the things I wO used to worry about we Wonider what ailed un, "'The Storyteller" (Cassell and Co, publishers) for September, an iIcoitt parableo lxi;euiy mtttgazine, to eoiteot us, It 11 entitled "A grand story ttum. ber," and t,.at ti Just what It is, Tlheri'e have been many attempl)t to outdo this magazine in interest, but the efforts have been fruitless. Its1 ttorles "catch on," It you have not beeLn t reader buy this September 1number and you will unoorstand what Is mealltlt, IBarry Pain, Warwick Deeping, Max 1'eniber ton, Miss Braddon, Captain Shaw, An. drew Soutar, andl others write thrill. Ing short storleu, anati C. D, I'olloxfen gives ts a long novel entitled "lthe Gold Lagoon," The great popularity of "The Storyteller" is evldenoe of its worth. Ask for thle S...

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MERBEIN TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

NMERBEIN TURF CLUB, Followling are the weighte for tho Mor, bolne Turf Olub summor mooting to be hold on January 20 h, 1014. HAND)ICAP HURtDLE RAcK et. lb. R. Hall's Arum ,,. ,, 10 5 J. Cimueron's Sr, Killan ,,, 10 2 A. Orozioer's Tuokynya .,, 9 10 P. Oameron'o Ynub.r ,,, 9 5 H, G. Leslie's Merlaloo ,,, 00 M ?itnmFIN Tt'mF CLUl, HANDIICAP. A, Orizier's Watrgtm ,,, 9 2 A, ., 1oh t's MoDEdowbank .,., 8 5 S. W?rts' True Grlt ,,, 8 0 0, Williams' Ouryo,., ,, 7 7 A. OrCzior's Blen Alhyn ,,, 7 7 I, G, Lslio' r L?ft Behind ,,, 7 5 A. OrOzIer'e Rippling Avon ,,, 7 3 Jon. Smith's Palingeoah ,,, 7 3 E, Riohardon's Burtundy ,,, 7 2 \V, T, Smith's Rituabell ,,, 7 0 S, Byrno's Bulubala ,,, 7 0 W, T, 1rndda's Bridal Gift ,,, 7 Q FTYINO HANDICAP, A, Orozier'e Wargan ,, 9 3 A. C. Bolt's Meadowbank ,,, 8 7 S, Watts' True Grit ,,, 8 2 C. Williams' Ouryo,,, . 710 A, Ortzior's Blon Albyn ,, 710 A, Ornzior's Rippling Avon .,,. 7 5 H, G. Leglie', Gulthul ,,, 7 3 E, Riohardson'e Burtundy ,,, 7 2 Road and ...

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THE STATE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

THE1 STATE PARLIAMENT. Now that the Minliterial eleotions are over, the way is clear for the Govern. ment to conclude the work of the eeesion and got into the receua usually enjoyed by members during the summbr, The elections were, it must be con feseed, an unpleasant incident, The attempt to displace some of the newly. appointed Ministers was foredoomed to failure, The Libor party had pro. viously attempted to capture the two motropolitan seats that were assaulted, and had been on overy occasion ignominiously defeated, It was not to be hspposed that more success would be achieved just after the member for Eseendon had boeome Premier for the second time, and juat after the member for Prahran had been appointed Attorney Genoral, The opposition was the more ungracious In that the members of the ill fated Labor Govern mont had not been fought by the Liberale when they offered thempoolve for re election on taking ofile,, The Liberalo recognised that the Labor Government could not lanr, ...

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WOOL SALES. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

.WOOL SALES, Melbourne, Tuesday, The eoonoud series of wool esaloe in Mel. hourns was opened on Monday. Competition was keep and well euastained throughout, The top prioo of the day was I41d, whloh was secured for both merino and ooml?aok trom Westorn Viotoria, Glonorohy over AJ sold up to 14Ix, London, Jan, 10, At the wool sales vyesterday, oompetition was good for all sorts at; ull rates, London, Jau, 17, At Saturday's sales there was a strong m~rket, Uood niorinoes were very firm, and priooe were in favor of asellers. Orosebrods brought 5 per eoont, above I)eoemher rates, Since tho eerloe oommonoed 45 903 bales have been catsiloguoed, and 42,698 baloe have been sold,

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SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATEB OF COUNCIL MEETINO Tho Kara Kara Shire Oounoil will meet on the following dates : February .. . 5 March .. ... . 12 April ... .. . 9 May ... ... ... 7 June ... .. ... 4 July . * 2 Auguab ... . 6 September . 3 October ... .. 1 SOctobr .., . .. .. 29 Dember ... ...er 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

Aocounte aro at sub.troseury for--B. lIavnae~h, J, H, Brown, A, J, Cougle, $1, B. Goldon, and 1B, )oglaes, Sorgeant K(avanagh was ontertained Iat au evening on the ovo of his departuro from lho dliotrlt, and was tha reoelneut ot s hand, suome gift. It wasa a patihotic scone a the Meyor poured forth his eloqeunoo tryinv in vain to enumeorate tihose innniumrabl virtues which tho Sorgeoant poeeoseod, Tieo dear old Sergeant inetinotively put forth ite hand to loeel for the eprouls of thoas angelic wingse which ho know in euoh a being oIght to exist, ''"io ia," said the Malyor, '' tho friend of all ol?osse of thle eouomuuity," Even Iothe pubiloane and siunors idolized him, 'ihore is on Ithiog theo Sergeant (lid exeool in, nd( Ithat was artistic taste, Only a few weekse ago he loft a etanding order lhat when heo Nalle{o Mansion was tiniehed l 0o ono but A, ii, II. Preenoo wvase to asupply tho wall' ppcir,--[A IV, ] CHURCH NOTICES, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S(UNI)AY, January 2iith,--Convorsion nf...

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THE PROGRAMME OF THE WATT MINISTRY. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

THE PROGRAMME OF THE WATT MINISTRY, ---4- -- [Co?N?RI uTEPll Tbe,country districts are well repre. tented nto the new Watt Ministry, and hbeprogramme, asoutlined In M r, Watt's ipeeoh at Esendon, is essentially a 3ountry programme, A sustained policy of railway extension, and in. 3reased activity in dealing with immi oration, are its principal features, These are questions in whioh the progress of the State is intimately bound up, and a Ministry which will Rive earnest attention to them will merit the support of all 8ections of the Liberal party, There are still great areas of the country districtslo which are only partially developed and which must remain so until they are linked up with the railway system, Land 20 or 30 miles from a railway station, and without good roads, cannot be turned to its best use,. There is scAOarcely a country electorate in tile State which does not afford shocking examples of these conditions, A wviso and sustaioned system of railway extension wouldl in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

IT NEVER FAILS, *o Var years we have boon using Chamber. ,1in-'s Cough Remedy," says Mr. Herbert Il, Woodhead, Wontworth, N.SW. " We hsvo six obllhiren and never use Ranythini eleo for the iroetmlont of coughe, colds aid broonhial oomplaints. I confidently rooom. mend Chamborllin's Cough Romedy to 0,'one. c o tote Cýe itially Et paronte, who like myself have young children's health to eafe-nard, It never fails to give rellef ia all ~ti" Sold by all storkeepers. WHOOPING COUGHI AND BRONCU IT'S ,ITIIE ' GIRL SUFiE'IRI) FOR SIEVEN MONTH8. My little girl, aged two years, had Whoop. ing Cough and ]Bronohiti for seven months," writes Mre. F. Lawson, 3 Water.etreet, Clllperdv\wu, N.,. W. " Sometimes she was so bad she would fall downwlth weakness, Many a timo I have picked her up, thinking she was dead, She would hold her breath, and 1 would havo to smaok hier on the bank so as to help her to breathe again, I gave her a number of cough remedies, and I was always taking her to tile dootore,...

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MELBOURNE. PERSONNEL OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

IVELBOURNE. (Irom our own Oorrospondent), PIRSONNEL OLt' 'AItIAAMKNT, With no great atudance of cubits :tO his stature Mr. James Francis Duffua can still claim to be one of the per. sonalitles of the Legielativo Assembly, That fact was realised when his repre. sentation of Port Fairy suffered a tern. porary eclipase at the hands of a Labor candidate, "We miss little Duffues," war to be heard in the lounges more than once during tihe existence of that particular Parliament, Mr, Duffu, has more than one qualifiocatiou for his representative position, Hie io, for one thing, essentially a local member, The Duffus family is as Well known in the district as is the Murray family at Warrnamhool, The present member Is just as familiarly dubbed "Jim" Duflua, as the Chief S crotary in his own town is "Jaick " Murray, MNr. Duffas Is keenly alive to the great possibilities of his constituency and the State assistance rt quirt d to develop those possibilities, In addition, lie is so thoroughly po...

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SOCIAL CHALMERS—LYNDON. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

SOCI0AL CHALMERS--LYNDON. A very interestinig wedding was Cele- brated at St. David's Church of England, Bealiba, on Tuesday, 23rd December, 1913, the bridegroom being Mr. William Pitt Chalmers (district orchard supervisor), eldest son of the late Thos. Chalmers, of Bungaree, and the bride, Miss Annie M. Lyndon, third daulghtor of the late   W. Lyndon, and Mrs. E M. Lyndon, of   BaIliba. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. H. A. Lyndon, wore a charming frock of cream silk serge made In Russian style, with a swathed sash relieved with touches of saxe blue, Heor cream hat was trimmed with lancer pluenos and a cluster of shaded lowors, The bride carried a prayer book and wore a necklet of aquamarines, the gift of the brldegroom. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss S. E., Lyndon, who wore a dalnty frock of grey crystal voile, and a black picture hat. The beet man wit5 Mr. W. M'Oann, of Lake Ohltarm. The wedding ceremony was performed by the...

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NAVARRE STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

NAVARRE STOOK SALES. Messrs A, J, Simpson & Co, report having held their stock sale at their Navarre yards on Wednesday, 21st inst., wbohen a fairly good yarding of sheep was penned, and a good attend ence was present, Competition was brisk and a clearance effected at the following prices- M wrs, 8 and 4 yrs old, fat, 15/4; m owes, 4 and 60 t, in good condiLion and in lb to Line, 18/11 ; mwrs, ( t, maochine shorn, in forward eondition, 18/8; m wrs, 6 and 8 t, in good con dition, 18/8 ; m ewes, 4 yrs old, in lb tomrams, 10/;m wrs, 8 and 8 t, very forward condition, 14/8; mi weaners, medium frames, 0/ ; m wrs, 4 and O t, good oondition, 12/10, The Vlotorian 4 per cent, loan of £1,000,000, issued at £07, has been fully eubsorlbed by the publio In London,

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PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

VRODUOB MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday, Wheat,-Values are unaltered, at 3/56 to 8/6 for prompt delivery, while for arrival next month 3/64 is quoted, The weight of the South Australian ftir average quality standard has been fixed at 01l Ib. per bushel, as compared with 62 Ib. for tne immediately preceding year. Oats.-This market retains its steadiness. Prime Algerian milling are quoted at 1/9B, and 100 bigs of white have been placed at 2/44. For feed grain up to 1/8 is quoted. Chaff -Ohoioe oaten w-8 quoted at 65/, up to 70/ beiog indioated for wheaten of that quality, Prime outs realised 60/ to 62/0; good, 57/0, and medium from 52/6, Hay.-From £5 to £5/15 is the range of prices mentioned for manger, trussed, from £2/15 to £3/5 being asked for feed sheaves, and up 45/ delivered for chaff log sheaves. Viotorian straw is quoted at from 30/ to 35/ ex rail, and Tasmanian to 60/ ex wharf, London, Jan, 20. Wheat,-The market is quiet, with a lower tendency. Ihe oargo of South Aum. trallan whea...

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WOOL SALES. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

WOOL .SALES. Mehlbourno, Wednesday, The wool sales were oontinued in Mel. boourne on 'Itesday, and comprelttlion was keen and general., The mnarket was 'extremely Qfirm, with prices generally tend. log in sellers' favor. 'Ihelats disposed of too uded JT over Avon Vsally (St, Arnand), let com. ME 12d ; The lill over JAP over 8tawell over a bar (Stawe i), 1t corn, 1:4d, Mehlbourne, Thurodiy, The sales in Melbourneo were egain w.ll attended on Wednesday, and prices showed an all.round firmness, The sales included A diamond over Belonat (Wmi, Gould, jun,, Wedderburn), x Od. Geolong, Friday. The first sales sinoe Chrisimis were held at Geelong on Thursday. There was a orowdid attendance, and prices were a hatf penny over those ruling in Deooember, 'lhe lots disposed of inoluded HI over (?W (tiens lrvine), obk ll~i; HOB over C (I[ 0. Bootman, Orowlande), flteaoe lid; Mr. Uooghly over CO (Costello Broes, Dlanolly), fleeoo to 10ad, London, Jan, 20, At Monday's sales the mnrket was firm for ...

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ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

JT ARL'AU& VRODU0E MAtlAKlt 8, T, Edwards report':- Wheal, ?3/2 ton 3/3, Oats, 1/6, Pelts, 3d to 4d per lb i lambe, to Gd per Ib, ; rabbit, Od I hides,l44 to 61d, LIVE 8TOOK MARKETS. It, Arsnaud, Thurday, Messrs G, M'Keolnie and 0o, report The total yardipgs were 2223 store sheep, 186 fat sheep and lambs, ardd 22 cattle, The attendance was below the average and competition for store sheep was not so brisk as at recent sales, back. ward conditioned sheep, both ewes and wrs, having little attention. Fat Sheep-The yarding consisted prin. cipally of medium quality ewes, and owners reserves being too high very few changed hands, Lambs-Only a couple of pens of good quality whloh mobet with strong competition, othere selling at store rates, Cattle-A good demand for anything suitable to the trade, 6 and 8 t mn wra, well grown\, forward condition, made 13/7 x weaners, low condition, 9/3 to 10/3; m do, 8/11; good 4 yr old m ewes, large frames, splendid condition, joined with Lin, rams...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

OOMMIEROIA.' MlRRoUiY Ofioea, Fridsay ovenin, WROLEBALlE, RETAllk Iluar, £8/7/0 ! Flour, lbU lb, bagl 14/0 C'baff, £3 Ohafl, 41 b'reeh Butrte, dalry, Fresh butter, Od ad8 ; l'otory, Il d FIotor/, 1/2 [Egg, Od 4 jus, 74 , Haoon, /Ill Baoni, 1/2 Uheese, 8d Obeese, lO0 Iollard, f4/1 per ton Polril, 1)/3 Bran, £4/J0 per ton Bran, 1/2 P'ntatoe, 4/6 Potatoes, 1l/9 pes qr

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

VALEDIOTORY. A oorreapondent writea :-T'1ho frlends of Mr. haes. M'Rao assembled last 'Tucn. day ovening at the homo of Mir. and MRie, Alex. M'lRe, " Loloh Lomond," Gre O(rOe North, to bid him farewell t t It eve of hie departure to VWyaloig (Notw South Wales), at wlioh plaoue ho Ias boou enuo oeeful in obtaining a blook of fHrmilng land, The' barn had heont thoroughly prepared and beautifully decoratud with groonery, and there dantcitg, intorel)erped with eongl, wac Indiuged in till long pact midnligiht. Indoors, oards and draughti vero p)rovided for thosa who preforred tihoem, 'Tho eingore wio contributed Itomne during theo evening were :--Mrs. \VW., J, Marchmoent, "Dornald of Dundee "; Mr. T', Hoaroe, "' A BIunoch of Siamnroeke"; Mr, J. Trower, " The Village l'uml.-. Pump--Putmp "; and Mr, W, Marocih. ntent, " A Weeoo )eooh and ,D)ori," A very sumnptuoua a?uppttr wea providcd by Mie. M'Rae, antd aftne ' Auld Latg Syno " and ' HUe's a Jolly G(ood follow" had boon oung, and three h...

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SUCCESS. A Characteristic Article, [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

6UGGCE88, A Characterletle Artlole, Bly Bart Kelneody. Sueces A hI by 1o mnean1 the great. eat test of taloiit, T'lho man who wins the race Is not alwayfl tile UwiftetLt inan, 110o (0oo0 It ilwiays follow that tho battle la won by tih bent fighter. I have known dO Ilnlly egood ;(l rolld and11 clover 1on who havo golln under, and I have (1l00l 0o III) Im y blur. fior anid italHer; colm up on1 top101, thoat 1 am forced to the cruocluulon that ;uccess Is l1nalnly ol)i of qualltlils that are not the bertl i a 1llhl' chatol noter. You may be ;ou tainlsted as yeo) lieaHe, blt if you Iack 1)0)1h aiud lrag an0( hounce you will lind your. solf In a1 poor way. Yout lmullSt h! ready with tii ,!llek a(ld skIlftl lit: at the psyciologh1al moment, you ninHt beti an adopt In thie fine art of double deallng, and, above all, you nuHst ihave tihe facIulty of explalining how wondorfully clever you are to other t1ol)o1, I halve watched the game through the whole of my life. I watched It when I was a la...

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