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THE NEW PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

THE NEW PARTY. You are welcome little party, ^ If we pull together, hearty, Soon we'll stop the work that Labor has begun; For to save the situation — And my grip upon the nation— You're my latest hope— God bless you !— You're the ©ne.

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

— - — it i mtrr ^ FIFTEEN MILES OF CLOTH J Send for Patterns, Tape -and Self-Measurement Form. All Orders Carriage Paid I jj GOWING BROS. 486 to 490 GEORGE STREET, J j ESTABLISHED 1868 AND ROYAL ARCADE, SYDNEY I THE PEOPLE'S PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE CO., LTD., 84 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. .Directors: OTTO BOHRSMANN, Esq., M.B., M.S. F. SPARROW, Esq., F.S.S. Solicitor: W. ARNOTT. Bankers: BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Consulting Actuary: E. M. MOORS, M.A., F.I.A. Auditor: F. FULLWOOD, F.S.A.A. Inspector of Agencies: H. J. VALENTINE. Secretary: F. SPARROW, F.S.S. Accountant: A. O. WEYNTON. During the thirteen years ended August 31, 1909, the Company disbursed in discharge of its obligations to Members and Policy holders, the sum of £73,620. COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE GO. LTD. FL*e, Accident, Plateglass, and Employers' Liability. Funds Exceed £12,500,000. PITT and HUNTER STREETS. SYDNEY. The Metropolitan Accident Fire & General Insurance Co. LIMITED. 30 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. Personal Accident...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOMETHING FOR WOMEN VOTERS. WHY THEY SHOULD VOTE FOR LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

SOMETHING FOR WOMEN VOTERS. WHY THEY SHOULD VOTE FOR LABOR. , At 'a women's meeting-, under the aus pices of the Waverley P.L.L.,- held' in the local council chambers, amongst- those present were Mrs. Dwyer and Miss Beddic of the Women's Central Organizing Com mittee, both of whom addressed the gathering1. The meeting was called for the purpose of organizing the women can vassers, and was well attended. Mrs. Dwj-er emphasised the necessity of impressing upon householders, and women voters generally, that politics was a ' bread and butter ' question which con cerns them, and one which should receive their consideration. She said she was at present organizing the shirt workers, and collecting evidence to go before a Wages Board. These unfortunate women and girls commenced at a wage of 6s. per week, and rarely get more. After five or six weeks they were put on to piece-work. For making- shirt cuffs they were paid at the rate of 24 cuffs for Id., and could earn at this rate Is. a day. C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

Bottle after bottle of Bonnington's Irish Moss 9 goes forth on its mission and can be relied 1 . g. \ upon to cure all coughs and colds. Try it 1 || 1 yourself and you will be satisfied. I BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS | I is the famous remedy which has stood the test of j j 45 YEARS, »nd ii now more popular than ever For the Chest, Throat and Lungs Children ask for Bonnington'» Irish Moss— Read this letter = | 'Daylesford,' Hardie St., Neutral bay, | Sydney, N.S.W. \ Messrs. Bonnington & Co., Ltd., * Dear Sirs, 5 It ia only right to let you know that I have found your 'Bonning- j | ^ ton's Irish Moss'' the best cure for coughs and colds in the market. j | It has a wonderful effect, especially on children, being so pleasant in - ? , taste my little girl has quite tsksn to it and I cannot get her to take any J other medicine (though I have tried). She knows your label, and she asks j ' for 'Bonning ton's Irish Mo»s.' 11 | I am recommending your medicine wherever I can as I am sure ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

Little Folks' T aste Y& g In Scones and ^Pas I r y 5 Leslie's Baking S 111 her cooking, it is bound to satisfy § fig and p*oase them. ' LESJ.-IE'tf ' is a 1 M All Grocers. H tXPtCTED BABY TO DIEWZEMA She was a Mass of Humour All Over When Three Months Old— Sat with Her Night and Day, Thinking the End Would Come at Any Minute Skin Now Clear— Doctor Declares CURE BY CUTICURA TO BE A MIRACLF 'I USO Cuticura Soap steadily for my ' . baby's. skin. She had the eczema when she was three months z^TTX old. She was in an yroflw awful mess all over \ * her body. We never thought she would get over it. We sat ,v 8 with her night and rH Vt day for about a month, I j ft ' !\ I expecting every min . U y (\ A ute to see her dfe. The ? fyUU iAi\v\ doctor gave me an y/pTT^rf±i^,V\ ointment to rub her with but it did her no good. My mother was . I TZ\ H ~~ home from America ? \ / ) /l IT and she told me to try ' tS A /.uJi Cuticura Ointment and to wash her with Cuticura Soap. There was a great...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESS MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

PRESS iy[lSpELLANY;: ; , Managerial Entferp'rise.— We. fail . to a«9 what justification Mi'/ Darljysliiivel ['of'-Her Majesty's/Theati'^, Sil'el bourne] has 'for his expressed intention, of leaving 'the. real movement Jowardsf;4ytelle.ctuality. j.n tli.e drama.' to 'enthus.ifistic 'amateurs llii^e - lh^.-: University Dramatic Club.' For, as surelv as these enthusiasts foster and' increase ;: the . desirg . for. good plays to the point when it will' be patent even to a modern Australian manager that there actually is a public, for better pl&ys than we get at ? present, the managers -\m11 come falling over each other to secure the opportunity vi- picociiuiiB.oUUil iUI LiiUJ 1 OWJ1 profit;— ' Candida, %' in 'the ' Argus, '^'Mel- bourne. Stage Missionaries for the Common wealth Sentiment.— ItVseems to us that7' all people, engaged in theatrical life, moving ? about from jjiace .: to place, frpm ;5tai;e - to ? State, might accomplish mucJi/-gbbd~'.by disseminating the idea thatvf...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRITERS AND WRITINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

WRITERS AND WRITINGS. - Rook notes by A. G. Stephens are to ap pear in Sunday issues of the Sydney 'Sun.' ? # /- * # ITrank ITenty is running . a page of v theatre notes -and topical fcominent in the Melbourne 'Labor Call.' ? :? ?«=' * . .# Fatima. A year ago, thy cheek wag briglv ' ?, : ; .As_ oleander ;.buda that break ' : . . The dark of/yonder dells, by night - Above the lamplit 'lake.'. ^ » Pale as a snowdrop in Cashmere Thy face to-night, fair infant, seems» Ah, wretched child! what dost thou hear When I talk in my dreams ? . . . - ' ? — ' Owen Meredith ' (Robert Lytton). r 1S59. , : : . - * * # ' -' . ? : ' .In his 'Later Leaves ' (1S91), Moiitagu . Wi lliams, :Q.C.; ;mai ntains 'thtft there .Is- no' real, meaning .behind the common court phrase ' the benefit of the doubt.' Re-' ? ferring .to; a: particular case, lie- says -.7— ' The Judge,' iii discharging the prisoner, - told him that the jury had given him ' the ^ benefit of the doubL' I .confess 1; never could understand ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Time of Peace. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

? A Time of Peace. The people did traffique and frequent together - without- - fear or' danger, . and visited .one another, making great cliear; as if out of the springing fountain of Numa's wisdom many pretty brooks and streams of good and honest life had run all -overMtaly, and had watered it; and that the mildness of his wisdom had from hand to hand been dispersed through the whole world; Insomuch as the overex cessive speeches the Poets accustomably do use were not-sufficient enough to ex press the peaceable reign of that time. There, Spiders . weave their cobwebs ' day and night . In harnesses which wont to .serve for war: There canker'd rust doth fret the steel full bright ' . Of trenchant blades, well whet in many - a jar. ? There, mighty Spears for lack of use l ?: are eaten With rotter worms; and in that coun . trey 'there ' ? - The braying tromp doth never seem to threaten Their quiet ears with blasts of bloudy fear. There, in that land no drowsie sleep is broken With hot ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN POEMS Selected by their Authors. LIONEL LINDSAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

AUSTRALIAN POEMS Selected by their Authors. LIONEL LINDSAY. In answer to a request for a selection from his verses, Lionel Lindsay forwards those here printed — not that lie regards them as. remarkable, he says, but because he ' cannot resist the blandishments ' of the request. All but one of the poems were written some ten years ago. Most of them appeared in the ' Bulletin.' The sonnet on his brother is fairly recent, and was first printed in TIhe Worker. Lionel Lindsay, who hails from Cres wick, Victoria, is better known as black and-white artist than as writer. He is a member of a family which includes se veral other artists familiar to Australians by their work. He was the first son of the house to descend on Melbourne with a view to seeking his artistic fortunes. Norman and Percy , went to the Victorian capital some time later. In his young years in Melbourne Lionel Lindsay occu pied himself with artistic designing and writing when he could, and when .he couldn't kept the pot b...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHTS FOR TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

THOUGHTS FOB TEACHERS. ' The Emperor of the Woods used his brain for a definite purpose — 'to think out thoughts with,' as ho was wont to say, and if his heart approved of them they were right, and he could no more change them than a tree could charge its bark o;- its foliage.' That's one of the great aims of the new syllabus — to give pupils the power to use : theii; brains, not so much, for mere memorising of facts, as for the thinking out of thoughts. And the object of these articles- is not to supply ready-made in formation'; but to stimulate thought, to suggest -trains of thought, which readers must think out for themselves in their own way. * 9. ? # An old Easter maxim ,;Love as many as you can, so that death may not make you friendless.' Death can never make true teachers friendless, for of all workers they have the greatest circle of friends. That is one of the big compensations for the men and women who follow the most arduous and the least remunerative pro fession in this ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

'The Waybacks Again.' Love and laughter at Dingo Flat. Book that broke Drought, 1/-. AUSTRALIANS SHOULD BEAD THIS MANAGER'S LETTER. Clements Tonic Restored His Health, also His Voice. IT CURES NERVE-BREAKDOWN', VITAL WEAKNESS, INDIGESTION. CONSTIPATION. IT HAS NO EQUAL FOE EESTOEING VITAL POWEE. Very few persons look sensibly at .this serious fact, that attacks of constipation! flatulence, nervousness, palpitation, or biliousness, 1 all tend, if neglected, to pave -tbe way to serious organic disease- It is not natural for a man to be ill, it is natural for him. to be healthy, and disease ' in any form is only a proof that the great Reaper is always/ waiting to shorten and cancel life. How many people in Adelaide or the country that do not know^ these . facts are true, also they should know that if the great nerve builder and strength maker, Clements Tonic, was used in time not half the sickness Australians are sub-' ject to would result. Now, here is a letter from Mr. Robert M'Leish...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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W. M. HUGHES ON JOE COOK. SOME SHARP HOME THRUSTS. Why the Opposition Cannot Hold a Proper Caucus. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

W. M. HUGHES ON JOE COOK. 'sbME SHARP HOME THRUSTS. Why the Opposition Cannot' Hold a Proper Caucus. In 'the House of Representatives lait jiveek 'Attorney-General Hughes ./folio we'd Miv Joseph Cook- in the debate on the Address-in-Reply. He handed out cbn gratulationy to Mr. Cook ? for surviving the -shock of .the- election' and then settled 'down toi talk' to. the member for Parramatta in this style i— ? -Like others of his party,. Mr Cook had a. 'good deal to say about: the caucus. No doubt,' if; 'one. were to follows ... Satan into , tlie , jo west * depths' of Hades, the latter would ? have a ' great : deal to say about Heaven as a place where he once' spent :many happy . hours, . and* whcnce . he. '-was at length .. expelled. for some harmless peccadillo. Mr. Joseph Cook was born and bred, politically, in a caucus, and gathere'd from;: his ' youthful associations , what originality, and' virUity he now possesses. Yet he poses as if : his lily-white wingfs are not besmirched '...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GIVING EFFECT TO NEW PROTECTION STRAIGHT TALK FROM MINISTER TUDOR, THE QUESTION OF RE-OPENING THE TARIFF. DEPENDENT ON THE GOVERNMENT HAVING WIDER INDUSTRIAL POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

GIVING EFFECT TO NEW PROTECTION ? ? A ? ? ? STRAIGHT TALK FROM MINISTER TUDOR. THE QUESTION OF RE-OPENINC THE TARIFF. DEPENDENT ON THE GOVERNMENT HAVING WIDER INDUSTRIAL . ? , POWERS- ? * * ~ A deputation from the Commonwealth Protectionist Association waited on - Mr. Tudor, - Minister for Trade and Customs, iii Melbourne last week, and having heard the requests of Mr. Benjamin - Hoare (president). Mr. Hannah, M.L.A.- (secre tary), Dr. Maloney, M.H.R sind other speakers, Mr. Tudor said ; that so far as he personally was concerned- and he took the full responsibility of saying it— he would be. opposed to the re-opening of the whole of the tariff * until the. powers of the Commonwealth were well defined so far as the New Protection was concerned. He did not think he would be true to his [election pledges if he supported any such ! re-opening before the people of Australia' [ had been given an opportunity of saying by means of a referendum whether wider industrial powers should be give...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

g ALL OVER THE WORLD $ thousands of housewives use es jg Sunlight Soap in preference to ® @ any other, because it cleanAes the §1 H clothes more thoroughly, and at B half the cost, without injury to a hands or fabric. a Sunlight lengthens your M leisure and lightens J? your work. Ew the directions given round 1 tablet and the dirt drops out. K J . Cora Flour as a Winter Food. ' - ? ? j IB B 'Without being what is known || as a ' healing food,' Corn Flour | belongs to that important class of foods, which supply the body with heat and energy. It is therefore, an. important winter : food, and when cooked \yith ! milk provides hot boiled and j baked puddings, custards, etc., I in many pleasing varieties. But | | make sure you get WADE'S CORN FLOUR. Sole Selling Agents : Swift and Company, 32 O'Connell St., Sydney. Ffree ^ i 1 FREE X FREE | OF ALL EXPENSE to YOUR DOORS. | W © I PAY ALL, ] CARRIAGE, 1 | We are the Originators in Australia of 1 0 sending Carriage Paid Parcels. All § Bother...

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THE SILENCE OF MR. CLEGG. THOSE ALLEGED IMPROPER ELECTION PRACTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

THE SILENCE OF MR. CLEGG. THOSE ALLEGED IMPROPER ELECTION PRACTICES. Many of the Fuse6s defeated at the :F,ederal . elections were very sore at the results, arid with none of them 'wtis this more pronounced than in the case of W. C. Clegg; who essayed the task of unseating Mr. J. Catts. for Cook, who made various statements reflecting on the methods which lie alleged were . adopted i by his opponents]. Of course, Clegg was dis creetly .silent as to .-the. tactics ^pursued by .- himself, His agents, and his , canvassers i during the campaign, but .'then that was I an entirely different matter. . However, Mr. Catts did not let all these effusions of | Clegg pass unnoticed. Last week he asked 11 the' Minister for Home Affairs— (1)' Has | his attention been drawn 'to a stafement j made by Mr. ,W. C. Clegg at.the Liberal Conference in Sydney on .-May 25 (upon : j the strength of : which a certain, resolution ' ! was carried) as follows:—' He asserted that during the recent Federal electi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

ftR WORTH OF FURWJTURE, 5/ d»T?0Bit, T,|) 2/6 weekly. Linol sume, 2yde. wide, 2'J ya. ; ^ Oilcloth. 1/6: War.lrobes. Mirror Door, from £3; Washstanda. fi/6; Che»t« Dtairera. 20/. C. FORSSBERG, 78 William St. aja FURNITURE, 10/ deposit, 3/6 weekly. T.l 11 Houses Furnished Completely, Bed Linen, 'u *v Blankets, Curtains. Carpets. Agent N.S Wales for Wertheim Sewing Machines ? C. FORSSBERG, 78 William St. OA K FURNITURE, 20/ deposit, 5/ weskly. Till) Drawing and Dining Room Suites, 200 to *- select tiom. N e-west Designs and Cover ings. Canterbury's, 12/6, _ Agent for Wonderful Wertheim Sewing Machines. ? C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St. FURNITURE, 30,' deposit, 6/- weekly. Ji/ll Occasional Chairs, 8/6; Walnut Over * ' mantels, 25/-; Pretty Tables, 1/6 to 10/-; Go-Carts, 17/6: Bedsteads, 10/ to .£15. ? C. FORSSBERG. 78 William St. flOA FURNITURE and upwards, terms in pro Jli!) Portion. Sideboards, large mirrors, £2 5s. c tll/v Inspection invited Largest and best stock in Sydney. Werlhnim S...

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UNIONS AT VARIANCE. RAILWAY MEN AND TRAMWAY EMPLOYEES. Labor Council's Recommendations. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

UNIONS AT VARIANCE. RAILWAY MEN AND TRAMWAY . EMPLOYEES. Labor Council's Recommendations. The complaint against the Amalgamated Railway'' anil Tramway Services Associar tion, made to the N.S.W.- Lalior Council some weeks ago -by the Tramway Em ployees' Union, -was finally disposed of by the Council at last week's meeting;. The matter came up on a report of the Executive Committee, which stated that after exhaustive investigation in connec- I tion with lesolutions referred to it by the I council, it naci decided' to make certain . recommendations. Number one resolution having been already disposed of by the Council, had not come within the purview of the Executive Committee. In respect of; No. 2, which ran:- 'That it is the opinion of the Council that it is inconsistent with the duties of a 'Pariiaj mentary representative of the Solidarity Labor. Party to identify himself with any organisation Avhose' policy tends to dis rupt recognised trade unions,' the com mittee recommended that ...

Publication Title: Worker, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISERABLY PAID WORKERS. TWO TYPICAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

MISERABLY PAID WORKERS. TWO TYPICAL CASES. ? \ ?, ' . ' ' 'Among the union's' recently organized. by*tlie organizing committee of the N-.S.W. Labor Council there is none foi- whicli a wages. aVvard is Inore urgently. ne'edeH' than . the W^tchmenj Caretakers, and Cleaners of Sydney and suburbs. ? A couple' -of eases that have come under the attention ...of the organizer ..empldyed ;by the union wiU exemplify' this.' ; Tlie .first instance . is that of a man employed by a'' fii-m 'of tramway , construction con tractors. - . This ; man works ^ - from 4 p.m. to * 8 a.m. on; six days of 'the week, and from 4 p;m. to 10 'sum. on the. seventh, day. He has among other duties to keep, lamps alight over a mile of. road, and is therefore, continually on the -move. For 'this vveek's work' or il4' lfou'rs;- pef formed for tlie greatex'' part at. night, and . in air'weath'prsi; , he receives 40s:, :or - a fraction over ' 4d. per hour. ' : ? ! '' A second . man, - employed . as a cleaner by a ? fi...

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PRENDERGAST CHALLENGES THE MURRAY GOVERNMENT. SOME POINTS FROM HIS SPEECH. PREFER MURRAY TELLS HOW HE SAVED HIS POLITICAL SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

PRENDERGAST CHALLENGES THE I MURRAY GOVERNMENT. i . ? 4 ? ? j SOME POINTS FROM HIS SPEECH. ! PREMIER MURRAY TELLS HOW HE SAVED HIS POLITICAL SKIN. Labor Leader ? Prendergast launched a motion of no-confidence against, the Mur ray Government in the Victorian Legisla tive Assembly on July 12. The- ' Age, ? which has so bitterly assailed the State Labor Party, and Prendergast' in parti cular, said regarding the speech, that Mr. ; Prendergast 'has seldom justified his ' claim to leadership with !so. much -ability ! arid character as he showed in the open-. : in'' debate on the 'Address-in -Reply.'' E Later on the 'Age' cooled off .consider ably. It could not keep that kind of eu logy going about the Labor .Party, al though there were some Splendid speeches ; from its members. : ? ' # : # ?: # Mr. Prendergast began by demonstrat ing the glaring volte face . made by Mr. 0. -JR. Snowball over the land tax.ques ? tion. Last year the member for Brighton bitterly opposed the Government bill. ...

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OBSERVED IN SILENCE! [Newspaper Article] — The Worker — 21 July 1910

OBSERVED IN SILENCE f July 21.— Wire netting seized by N.S.W. Government, 1907. There's been no tramp of. marching- feet, In jubilant procession, No bunting waves above the street Though Parliament's in session; There is no blaring, blatant band, No need for ears of cotton, The Day when Joseph 'took a stand,' That Day seems quite forgotten! They've no desire to keep it up, Those brigadeering brotfiers — We've handed out a bitter cup To State Frights of Carruthers; We've got another too for Wade — The facts we're not forgetting— - Coercion followed on the Raid, Leg-irons on Wire Netting! j H.C.C. j

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