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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 March 1856

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. The "Weather in South Austra lia—The Adelaide Times states-—" Con siderable damage' lias been done in the vi cinity of Adelaide by tlie wind that ac companied the thunder-storm on Wednesday, the 6th instant. In the po lice paddock three trees of a large growth were torn up by the roots, and two more broken off close to the ground, as well as •tearing the branches off the others to such an extent that the ground is literalty strewn with .them. About 150 feet of the paling fence round the Botanic Garden was thrown down, although the posts were three feet in the ground* In the section north of Adelaide the trees have suffered -'very severely, numbers of them haying been. torn tip arid others nearly deprived of their larger branches. The ground presents the appearance of a muddy coast that had been left by the tide, so great was the wash made liy the rain. A por tion of the verandah of the Masonic Hall, in North Terrace, was blown away, as well as part of the roof...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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PORT ALBERT RACES. FIRST DAY. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 March 1856

■ PORT ALBERT RACES. first Day. maiden plate. Heats Mr. Monaglian's c.h. Baldy 5 yrs. 3 3 Mr. Collins' b.b. Smashum aged 1 1 Mr. Clark's c.m. Jennette 5 years 2 2 TOWN plate Mr. Monaglian's b.h. Fergus agecl 2 2 Mr. Gellion's g.g. Willo'theWisp 5 yrs 1 1 Mr. English's b.h. • Coclcey aged 3 3 GALLOWAYS. Mr. Johnston'sb.m.MissPompeyagecll 1 Mr. Fermaner'sc.m.iYoungQueen agd 3' 2 Mr. Gellion's b.li.- .Centipede ; aged' 2 3 Mr. Romberg's w.lu. Napoleon aged 4 bltd This run excited;.'a good deal of. interest and .several bets were made. Second Day. TRIAL STAKES. Walked over by* Mr; -Achibald Campbell's Mnrmion. ' t , lady's puiise.j Ileats. Mr. Collins' Smashum, 1 ,1 Mr. Monaglian's Fergus 3 3 Mr. Gellion's Will o'the Wisp, 2 -3 SELLING STAKES.' Mr. Gellion's Cockey 2 1 Mr. Davis's '.Uncle Tom,. disqualified 1 - Mr. Monaghan's Guy Fawk . 5 3 Mr. Martin's ■ 4 2 Mr. A. Campbell'^ Wild Harry 3 4

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CORRESPONDENCE. To lite Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. Sale, Flooding Creek, 23. February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 March 1856

■CORRESPONDENCE. To lite Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. / ) ;i 'Sale, .Flooding Creek, ' 23. February, 1856.' Sik.—Will you permit me through' the medium of your columns to call the attention of thcpublic, more especially • m. this immediate locality, to what, I consider, is at least an improper exercise of power on the part of the police authorities. There are a lew acres of land here, reserved as a police paddock, and as it is only " substantially fenced in" on three sides, it not iirifrcquently hap pens that cattle and horses, belonging to residents in the neighbourhood,: find their way in," when they are at once driven off to the pound by the ' police constables. ' - . . A quotation from the Impounding Act, which ' appears 011 the board over the pound gate, runs thus:—" In any paddock of grass enclosed by a good and substantial, fence." * Now as the paddock 'before alluded to is not (wholly) enclosed, by a good substantial fence, in asmuch as :it is only hounded on one .side...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 March 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. A CHOICE SELECTION OP MUSIC sale at the Gipps, Land Guardian Genera] Printing Office and Stationery Warehouse, Port Albert. r'PO he obtained at the Gipps Land J- Guardian Office PHILIPS' NEW MAP OF the «CDEEaa.3H:mjB:^E3^3V--, WITH MAP OF EUROPE and VIEW OF SEVASTOPOL NOTICE. rni-IE undermentioned parties have been appointed Agents for the GIPPS LAND GUARDIAN, And are authorised to receive SUBSCRIPTIONS for this Paper:— ALBERTON—Mr. Stead. SALE—Mr. W. H. Smith. TARRAVILLE—Mr. Burn, Royal Hotel. COUNTY COUIIT. A LL Forms required under the County Cour' f\ Act may be had on application at the Office of this Paper. ADVERTISEMENTS. : Complete in Thirteen Parts at One Shilling each. rpHE WORKS OF EMINENT MAS ters in Painting-, Sculpture, Architec ture, and Decorative Art. SOLD AT THE GIPPS LAND GUARDIAN General Drintuuj; <0fTtce, AND IBnrtlinM, PORT ALBERT. ON SALE AT THE (SKippss EattiJ ©warBE&n ©nice, Weale's Rudimentary Treatises. Arithmetic Treatise...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPS LAND ANNIVERSARY DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 7 March 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPS LAND ANNIVERSARY DINNER. On Monday evening last, Angus   McMillan, Esqr., the discoverer of Gipps Land, was invited to; a dinner, pro- vided in first rate style by Mr. Gellion, about fifty gentlemen were present; G. D. Hedley, Esqr. in the chair. After the dinner, which passed off to the satisfaction of all, several toasts were proposed, the   substance of which will be found   appended.   The Chairman commenced with the fol- lowing toasts which were received with   enthusiasm:—The Queen—Prince Albert and Royal Family—Army and Navy,   coupled with General Mac Arthur. The Chairman again rose to propose the toast Mr. McMillan and discovery of Gipps Land, in doing which he expressed himself as follows :—       " We are assembled here to day to do   honor to the man, who by his enterprise laid open to us the District we inhabit, &...

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THE GORTSCHAKOFFS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

THE GORTSCHAKOFFS. The family of the Gortschakoffs is I descended from Rurik and Yeldimir the I iGreat, through St. Michael of Tsclier- | nikoff, who was born in 1246, and cano nized after his death. Amongst the celebrity was Prince Peter, the Yoivode ■ of: Smolensko, who defended that city for three years (1609 to 1611) against King Sigismund III., of Poland, till at length it was taken by storm. Prince Dimitvi, born in 1656, was famous as a Russian poet. Prince Alexander, born in 1764, distinguished himself by his courage and military capacity. He ; fought under Suwarrow in Turkey and Poland, and led the famous storming of i Praga, near Warsaw. I-Ie also took part in the campaign of 1794, and j died as military governor of Wyborg. i This Prince Alexander had three | sons who are all still living. The el dest, Prince Peter (born in 1790), cotn I menced his career by entering the army and taking-part in the campaigns of 1813 to 1815, in Germany and France. He then fought Under Gene ...

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THE PLURALITY OF WORLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

THE PLURALITY OP WORLDS. After waiting- to hear tlie arguments of both sides,—of those who contend for and those who deny a plurality of inhabited worlds,—the Edinburgh Review has at length pronounced its opinion in favor of the former. It thinks that the reasons as signed, by the anonymous author of the "Plurality of Worlds" for handing- over the whole universe, except the earth, to desolation, or, at most, to vegetable or in sect life, are quite insufficient, and it gives various reasons why an' opposite conclusion should be arrived at. We give a1 few of the more striking passages " In the detailed arrangements of this only world, of whose condition man has any positive experience, it is found that the vast gaseous accmulation, which is de nominated the vaporsphere or atmosphere, is in various ways intimately connected with the series of transformations and changes that constitute life in its widest sense. The substance of the air is com posed of the particular material atoms that...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 14th March, 1856. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS COASTWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

Friday, 1-Uh March, 1S56. GONVEYANOE: OF, MAILS . : COASTWISE, A return of the amount of the various ten dors for conveying' the, mails; coastwise, by: steamers, , was la tely laid on ".the Council Table, .'by.', the Colonial Treasurer. The return had'been moved for by Mr. Knight, and in seconding- the motion, Mr.. King're marked that after the wet summer we have had, it wrts'certain when the winter set in the overland road to Gipps Land would be impassable; and-therefore tiie necessity for making' arrangements to have the mails carried by sea.s The Treasurer explained that the tenders could not be accepted, because, by the Post-office Act, no more than one halfpenny'per letter was allowed to bo paid to masters of vessels for their conveyance j , neither could they be sent coastwise, because of the numerous towns on the lines w]iicli would be left without postal communication. ' This lucid explanation of. the Treasurer is an exhibition ofthe; shrewd financier and the accomplished st...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. -AKRIVED (I'OItT ALBBltT).. | Mufch 1 tt-^Mog, Morrilicsj- schooricr, 75 tons, B;. Green,'Yrom^-fclbouriuv Turnbnlh'and. Co., ngents. , ■ . ; • ■' March" 11.—Mariposa,:;-'schooner, 190; tons, W. Croiiclior, I'rom: Launccston.' W. CroUcher, agent. "■ ■" March 11.—Melbourne, brig, 150 tons, G. Stewart, IVom llobart Town. Mackenzie and Co., agents. imroHTS. • March 11.—Meg Merrilies, I'rom Melbourne; 2 cases brandy, 3 oases gin, 1 hall-chest, tea, 35 bags sugar, order. ■ • March II.—Mariposa, from .llobart Town;. 2 hlids. brandy, 1 case;cigars, 4 bags flour, Hart. , ••.March ,11.—Melbourne, from JTobart Town; 50 piles, 13 slabs,-1 case jam, ordjiv : , •

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POETRY. THE SONG OF HIAWATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

•POETRY. THE SONG OF HIAWATHA. • UY II. W. LONGFELLOW. Mr. Longfellow's now poem is both novel and beautiful,—one that will establish and extend his fame as the-greatest of 'American poets, and great among.the poets of the world. The scene of the poem is among the Ojibways on the southern shore of Lake Superior, in the region between the Pictured Rocks and the Grand Sable." Our ex tract describes the beginning o'f Hiawatha's love:— " Only once'he "paused or halted, Paused to.purchnsc heads of arrow's Of the ancient Arrow-maker In the land of (he "Dncofahs, Where the falls of Minnehaha Flash and gleam in shining reaches, Leap and laugh among the woodlands. There the ancient Arrow-maker Made his arrow-heads of sandstone, Arrow-heads of chalcedony, Arrow heads of Hint and jasper, Smoothed and sharpened at the edges, Hard and polished keen and costly. With him dwelt his dark-eyed daughter, Wayward ns the Minnehaha, : With her moods of shade and sunshine, Eyes that smiled and 'frowned al...

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AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS; Wjj lately published an article on Ag'ri. : cultural Statistics, in which it was shewn, from an estimate of. the crops in this Colony, secured from the present harvest, that there would he a deficiency of 18,000 to 20,000 tons of flour, which,'it was sup posed the neighbouring- Colonies wdulcl be fully able to supply. We hope that the next harvest will render us independent of' all foreign did, and thrtt a few years hence will find us in the position of exporters1 instead of importers. A Statistical Re turn of the imports of agricultural produce during- the past year has just heen printed, which we subjoin, adding' for the purposes of comparison!the imports of the previous year —, ■ •■■ ■ . . 1854. , v 1855. Bran ... ... 541,231 bush. 571,771 bushels . \'\ Flour... ... 20,170 tons 30,754 tons ' Fruit, greun 80,535 bush. 05,408 bushels Hay ... ... 9,830.} tons 1,712 tons 19owl Potatoes ... 10,339 „ 15,708 „ 9 „ . Onions and vegetables 628 „ 1,122 „ 14 „ . But...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

, ' ADVERTISEMENTS. ' 'STEAM TO-MELBOURNE, COMMENCING 1ST feb., 1S50. rnilE Port Albert Steam Navigation Company's fine : vct^JuaDa:asi'new- screw steamer STORM iBIRD, J. B. Sydserff, Commander,'.will sail from the Company's Wharf for above •Port every Friday, at 11 a.m. , punctually. Pares—Cabin £5 Steerage £2 5s. -Freight, per toiv£2 ■ < - ' For Freight or Passage apply to "WM. DOil ERTY; Manager,' 127'03 • Port Albert, 31st Jan., 1S56. • FOR'SYDNEY. ; LKfEE^fTiHE Clipper Brigantine " MEG J- MERRILIES," Eel._ Green, , " " Master, will'sail on ■ Saturday, tlie ISthinstant (to-morrow) For freight' or passage apply to TURNBULL tfc CO.,. 'Port Albert. 233 THE half-yearly Meeting' of the Share holders of the Port; Albert Steam Navigation Company will be held at Port Albert, on Thursday,; : the 3rd April next, I80G, at.twelve o'clock,noon. ' 234-0 WM. DOHERTY,. Secretary. .NORTHERN, ASSURANCE: COMPANY LONDON. • ; (Established/-1836. ■ tncorporatedby Act of Parlia ment, for Fi...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT RACES. THIRD DAY.—March 7th. PUBLICANS'PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT ; RACES. Third Day.—March 7tli. publicans'puhse.' Sweepstakes of 10 Sovereigns each, with: 40 utltled from the race fund. Mr. Collins' Smaslmm . 1 1 Mr. Gellion's Zingari _ 2 3 OMKO stakes. Sweepstakes of 5 Sovereigns each, witli £25 added. ■ Mv. Gellion's Will o'tlie "Wisp ; 1 1 Mr. Monaglian's . Bakly 3.2 consolation stakes.—15 Sovereigns. Mr. Monaghan's Fergus 11 Mr. Gellion's Zingari 2 2 Mr. R. English's Goclcey 3 3 The Races were kept up on Saturday, when several exciting-matches took place. To Publicans.—The annual licensing meeting of the Magistrates for taking- into consideration applications for Publican's General Licenses and Packet and Confec tioners Licenses, will bo hold en at the Police-office, Alberton, on Tuesday, loth April next. All applications to bo filed with Clerk of Petty Sessions, on or before Tuesday, 25th March instant. Bukglaiiy.—It is our painful duty this week to record, what we believe to be, a new feature, in Gipps Land,...

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CORRESPONDENCE. LAND FOR SELECTION. To the Editor of the Gipps Land Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

'CORRESPONDENCE. : LAND FO.R SELECTION, v To the Editor of the Qipps Land Guurdiaiu . Sir,—I am one of a ihumber of working men Whoare generally well satisfied with this Colony, and wish to bo'settled in comfortable homes;, but, from the many different opinions we have heard about different parts of it, we have not been able to make'up our minds as to where would be the best place to solecfc as a homestead. Among other places, we have .hoard Gipps Land spoken of. Some say it is a very wet country, and in certain seasons it is impossible to get from one place to another, because it is covered with water; while others maintain that the land is better than any other in the colony; and that there, is no. more water than is necessary, except, it may be, once in a while, when a heavy fall of snow on the mountains is suddenly melted and causes the rivers to overflow their banks in some places. It is said, too, that you have no liot winds in that quarter. Now, Sir, we have never seen Gipps ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. / \N 1st January, 1850, the Gipps Land ^ Guardian Subscription and Circulating' LIBRARY will 1)0 opened to the public, consisting- of VVorlcs by the following' authors, Sir Walter Scott, Dickens, Lever, Capt. Mnrryat. Gait, &c., &c. Ccrnts, TO THE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. £2 2 0 .. .. per annum. 10 0 .. .. per quarter. TO THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. Per volume, Is.—Deposit, 10s. Any party keeping' a book longer than a week will be charged one shilling' extra for every^three days beyond that time. Parties receiving hooks will be held responsible for their good keeping. Any books lost must be paid for; and if belonging to a set the whole must be replaced. A Catalogue may be seen at the Office. Port Albert, 28th Dec. 1855. Complete-in Thirteen Parts at One Shilling cach. rnilE WORKS OP EMINENT MAS toi's in Painting-, Sculpture, Architec ture, and Decorative Art. SOLD AT THE GIPPS LAND GUARDIAN General $nntutjj; AND §>fnfintim) SJnrtjianse, POUT ALBERT. ADVE...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. .. Death of Rear-Admiral King, f.r.s, f.l.s., m.l.c.-t—Universally throug'h out Australia, the announcement, of the sudden .death of, Philip Parker King-, Eear-Admiral of the Blue, but more generally known, as Capt. King, will be . received with feelings of the deepest sor row, particularly by those who liad the happiness to enjoy his personal acquain tance. For a few weeks past he had been, Ave understand, somewhat depressed in : spirits, though in usually good health. Latterly, however, he had recovered, nnd on Monday evening last dined on board H.M's Ship Juno, now lying in Port Jack son, in company with Captain Fremantle, H.M.'s Ship Juno, Captain Denham, H.M.'s Ship Herald, also now in Port Jackson, and Sir Charles Nicholson, Speaker of the TjQfVislnfiVP .'flmmnil TTmrrnn* n D~—: ~-"""* & *" months ago sustained a stroke of apoplexy lie was carefully abstemious, lest he might ; provoke a recurrence of the attack. | However, while on hoard, he depo...

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ENGLISH SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 14 March 1856

ENGLISH SCRAPS. In Sweden a man who is seen four times drunk is deprived of his vote at. elections, and the next Sunday after the fourth of fence is exposed in the churchyard. . . The Earl of.Roden has given his tenantry notice that he is about to raise their.'rents. Tipperary was never so tranquil • not a single prisoner has been, committed to Clonmel g'aol since lrist assizes for trial at the ensuing' ones—a period of four months. A Paris correspondent, of . a continental contemporary says :—" They- tell me an Englishman has left Londoner Sebastopol, with a little vessel .of:his:own,Vto carry out an idea, which is thor 3Ug'hly English.^ He goes out to obtain stones from;the,fortifi cations of the place, with which he intends building' a .house in.tlie environs of London. This original: is .expected to arrive with his cargo very shortly." , ; It is with deep-regret that;, we,.have to announce the death of another valuable life, sacrificed-, at r the-' shrine, of dut3r—that of Mrs. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

How to Open Oysters without a Knife.-—"Oysters there are in Ceylon; /but here, alas! there is a sad falling off in the comparison of our well-rememhered 'native.' Instead of the neat little shell of the English oyster, the Ceylon species .'is; a shapeless, twisted, notty, rocky look ing creature, such as a legitimate oyster would be in a fit of spasms or convulsions. In fact there is no vestige of the tine breed about it, and the want of flavor equals its miserable exterior. There are few positions more tantalizing to a hungry man than that of being surrounded by oysters, without a knife. It is an obsti nate and perverse wretch that will not ac comodate itself to man's appetite, and it requires a forcible attack to vanquish it; so that every oyster eaten is an individual •. murder in which the cold steel has been plunged into its vitals, and the animal finds itself swallowed before it has quite made up its mind that it has been opened. But take away the knife, and see how vain is th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. ■ STEAM TO MELBOURNE, , . commencing 1ST feb.,- -181)6. s*^s2nj2^'rOHE Port Albert' Steam Navigation Company's fine. ls- "f new screw steamer. STORM BIRD, J. B. SydscrfF, Commander, will sail from tlic Company's Wharf ior above j Port every /Friday, at 11 a.m. punctually. Faiuis—Cabin £5 Steerage £2 5s. Freight, per ton £2 For Freight or Passage apply to-* - WM. DOIIERTY, Manager, . 127*03 Port Albert,-31st Jan., 180G. nnHE balf-yearly/Mceting1 of the Sliarc holders ol" the Port Albeit Steam Navigation;Company will be held\fit Port -Albert, on Tlnu'sday, t,lie 3rd April next, 1850/at twelve o'clock noon., ■ 234-0 WM. DOI1ERTY, Secretary. NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO JO?ANY LONDON. „ Establishes 1830. * TNCORPORATED by-Act of Parlia men I;, for Fire and Life Assurances. Capital -£1,259,700 sterling-. ' TUKNBULL and. CO, M'012 . ': "Sub-agents, Port Albert ' j:,j. i-iart, COMMISSION; AND .^fouwaiiding 'AGENT, GENERAL STORES. .port albert. , 10-012. - BOARDING SCHOOL, ■ ■" ; T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 21 March 1856

ADVERTISEMENTS. /"YN 1st January, 1S5G, the Gipps Land ^ Guardian Subscription and Circulating' LIBRARY will be opened to tlie public, consisting- of Works by tlae following1 authors, Sir Walter Scott, Dickens, Lever, Capt. Marryat. Gait, &c., (fee. Centus* TO THE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. £2 2 0.. .. per anmrni. 10 6 .. . . per quarter. TO THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. Per volume, Is.—Deposit, 10s. Any party keeping' a book long'er. tlian a week will be charged one shilling- extra for every three days beyond that time. Parties receiving boohs mill be held responsible for their good lieeping. ' Any boohs lost must be paid for; and if belonging to a set the whole must be replaced. A Catalog-ue may be seen at the Office. Port Albert, 28th Dec. 1855. NOTICE. THE Government Gazette being regu larly received at the Office of this Paper, our Subscribers are at liberty to refer to it at any time. Dec; 28th, 1855. ADVERTISEMENTS. BOOKS just received and on sale at the Gipps Land Guardian Gen...

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