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COLLECTOR BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

o": GLLECroiRi.iEVITIES Mr. Baxter's crop of wheat averaged over '3'ibushels to the acre this year.i J A slilenidd ciop of grass is now growing in the recreation giround: Visitor, wants' to know if thl is s ivhat it was intended for The committee so miuiclh interested in the public Wveal are putting fortli strenuous efforts to obtain telegraplhic comimunication for Col lector. They are informed they can have: the luxuary by paying for it, i.e., paying interest on the construction of therline finding"ipremises, and paying the official's salary. Not bad !'- i 'Colle`toi .is becomiiig famous for po?iltry rearing. Neiarlyi 2000o turkeys were reared around ihere.,last yeair It :is:e'xpected thiere will be about the same number this year. Fowls ad autuseii.i'..,m, ",The public schliool and schoo lhouse are in very bad repair. Are' public buildings' ever inspected ? ." A, titich intime saves tine:'ir .A: good accoin ziidationi house is very muchi needed tlhis end of Lake Geurge. At'good sp...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

P AR L.I AM EN.T AR Y.: . FRIDAY,. FEBRUARY II. IN the; Legislative 'Assembly, Ministers' n swered severalqiuestions:' " Mr. Douglas birought up lthe ,report of the Select Committee on the Wagga Wa'g Gas Company Bill. Mr: !Lackey laid on the tiable a stateimient of..expendituie oi naccount ol water suipply foi, cointiy, toii';i,and it -was ordered that- it be'iprinted. SReturniis ih;:reference ;to coal, shale, and other mining interests i:were ordered on" the motion of Mr. Fleteher. Mr.: Buicharian moved thle secondidreading of the Conteinpts 'Punishlinenit Bill: Mr. Farnell advised the:, hon. mover to withdraw the Bill. I The second: reading avias negatived awithout division.: T, he Bill:was afterwards withdrain: . SMr. Buchanan mnoved' tie second reading of the Challenge in Mi'sdemeaniours Bill. After a vigorous debate, .. ?iTe second reading .wasa putarid negatived on divisio by' 38 to28.:: i fhe`,bill was afterivairds iwthdrawnia :,: Mr.iisBuchanan next movedithe' second reading...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

GUNNING" (1 ome our corresponidet ) Acc: 'i 'On Saiturday last ti' littile boy, son of 1Mr. Green,.niet swithl 'a very jiainful accident ?--The little fellow was swinging neariwhere. his mniother.had placed a pot of beeswaix. whiclh sh' liad been rendeiing, when by some mischance he swung. his foot into the 'boiling ?as;fi the consequence being tha't he was most severely scalded.',. Professor Beard is again in3 Giunniing and many; personis bino have placed theiiselives underi his?, care express fuill confidence in 'lhis ability to relies e their pain .anid suffiering. by ihe infliuence of aniinal 'iagnetism, by which the Paofessor clainmsto effect his cures.' 'All persons owning dogs, 'and have ne glected to register i'or get coll.rs (vith their name and address on theni, hiad better- ,see to the matter at' once, or the rdsult will be th.e 'destruction of :tlieir cianinep',ets, and a personal visit for themiselves before that mighty tribuntal the beich -:of magistrates, where they' ...

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THE PROPOSED NEW SYSTEM OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

THE PROPOSED NEW SYSTEM OF LOCAL GOVYERNMENT. THE " Bill to establish a System of Local Government," laid before Parliament last week, is of great length, comprising no less than 456 clauses, besides 13 pages of sche dules, and is divided into 37 parts. It is in three main divisions, the; first dealing with the constitution and functions of the proposed Local Government Board; the second, with general sanitary regulations; and the third with the union of districts, mode of procedure, &c.: A Local Government Board is to be estab lished for the purpose of carrying out the pro visions of this Act. The Board will consist of the Colonial Secretary, the Colonial Trea surer, and the Secretary for Public Works for the time-being, The powers now vested in the Colonial Secretary in relation to munici palities, will be transferred to this Board. The Governor may appoint a Chief Inspector, Consulting Engineer, Consulting Health Offi cer, Secretary, and Assistant Inspectors, Sur veyors, ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY. MAIL trains leave Sydney daily, Sundays excepted, at 7.30 p.m.; Piton, 9.25; Mittagong, 10 50 Moss Vale, 11.13; Marulan daily, except Mondays, at 0.18 a.m., arriving at Goulburn 0.58 a.m., leave 1.8; Breadalbane, 1;43,; Gunning, 2.18 Yass, 3.15; Bowning, 3 35; Murrumburrah, 5.10; Cootamuandra, 6.10; Junee, 7.55 ; and Snutii. Wagga, 8.55, arriving at Albury, 11.30. On Monday, Wedueedty, and Friday, passenger trains leave Sydney at 8.20 a.m.; Granville, 8.50; Picton, 10.20 ; Mittagong, 11.55; Mess Vale 0.20 p.m.; Marulan, 1.32; arrive at Goulbim 2.19, leave 2.30; Breadalbano, 3.2 ; Gunning, 3.35; Yass, 4.35; Bowning, 4.55; Harden, 6.17 ; Cootamundra, 7.32; Junce, 9.30; aud.- South Wagga, 10.30; arrive at Albury 1.5 a.m- . Tuesday, Thursday,. and Saturday, :'passenger trains leave Sydney at 9.45 a.m.(; Granville, 10.19 ; Liverpool, 10.46; Camphelltown, 11.22i 'Pictono 0.20 p.m. ; Mittagong, 1'.50; Moss Vale,, 2.15; and. Marulan, 3.34; arrive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

E. C. MAN .RE , Archite t, // MONTAGUE-STRE , GO BURN For General Wear, from 50s WATCHES 1--..For-Busr Wear (very strong); fromtnr3 WATCHES For Ladies' W r, fro i 50s ENGLISH LEVERS (hu ing cas And with IHair Spring, protect so that it ca ot get injured by hard ding, £6. / FINEST FINISHED F 'OLISH TL. rERS (Hunting and Crysta Cascs), with brono. meter, balance adjust d for any cli ate, £10 Special Watc es for R sing I PRESENTATION JEWEL ERY ! ! Of all kinds, for Christmas and New Year Presents. W. W. RICHARDSON, Mechianics' Institute Buildings, GOTTLBURN. L. WEISSBERGER, MIANUFACTURER OF CIGARS To his Royal " Duke of Edin burg, K.G. , Highness the m &c., &c. And the Original Tobacconist in Goulburn, IS THANKFUL to the Public for the last five year's Patronage. L. W. is continually keeping the Best Imported Qualities of American Pressed Tobaccoes from 4e. per lb. Cut Tobacco, Leaf and Ne ohead, from 3s. Gd per lb. Home Pressed Tobaecoe , rom 2s. Gd. er lb. American St...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. A SPECIAL meeting of the above Council was held last evening in the Counicil Chain bers. -'Present--'The Mhyor, aind AIderifii Hawkins, .Mc Connell, ii-Woibey '1T aylor?? Caldwell, Osborne,. and ?ardle. : The Mayor. explained that the ,Council had beeni'called together' to ?elcta taea tsu eri appdint comnimittees, and tranisaict other busi ness.. . : The minutes of the last ordinary meeting were read and confirmed: The Town-Clderk `also red' the 'iiiiutes of the special meeting, and stated th at he hsaid received the usual declaration from tlte Mayor for that office. :. ... ::. Corresponderice inwards and outwards was read; and on 'the ioition of fAldermian Haw kins, secondedd'by Alderinan iOsborne, it ?v?as received. _ . '? . The Finance" Cnommittee's reportt as fol lows, was read,. received, and adopted, on.. the: motion of Aldermain Hawkins, seconded by Alderman ' Caldwell :-Wages sheet for .the eel f eiding: Jan'iuary ,Sth, £29 3s; ditto, February4ih, £...

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FARES FROM AND TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

,FARES.FROM .AD TO GOULBRtitN Albury, 54s aad 3Gs Gd -, , Bei?hungra, 306. 9d. and 21s. Binalong, 17s.i and 11s. Gd. Boweing, 15s.;and 10s. Bowral,'-13s. 8"1; and 9s. Gd' Breadalbane, 3S. 5d. and 2S4.. Burraidoo 12s. and 8s. 3d."??. Campbelltown, 23s.; and"5s. 9d. Carrick, 2?s. Oid and Is. lid.. Cootamundra, 27s. 3d. and 18s. 6d. Culcairn, 49s. 3d. and 33?.d. '.. Cniningar, 26s. 9d. and 14s. 3d. .,Douglas Park, 20s. Gd and 14s." " Fish Rive-r, Ga. 3d. anid 4s. 3d. Galorng, 1l8s. 91d. and12s. 9d ? Gerogery, 5Is. and 34es. G9d. Gunning, 7s. and 4s. 1id. Ilomebush; 28s. and 18s. 9d Jeirrawa, a9s. 6d: and 6s Gd.. Jordan's Crossing, 9O. aind 6s. Junce, 35s. and 24s. Liverpoi,.25sa.d. anidil7s, Gd.". "? Manuadield, 2s. 4d., and -ls 7d. Marulan, 4s. 7d and 3s. 2d." , 2 "9 Menangle 21"s. ad. andl . :/ 'U Mittagong, 13s. and ,9s. Mossvale,:11s. and 7s. Gd. Murruinburrah, 21s Gd. and t, .d , Parramatta Junction, .27s 3d. and .8s Gd Pidton, 18s. Gd. and 12s 9: Rush's' Platform, 13s .9d; arid s...

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

TKEV.rLYAN ! ' I don't doubt it,' responded;the .young nobleman, in tender., sympathy. 'That Adlowe must be made to;suffer for this high handed dutrage, if there' is an-y lavy in the kingdon l'. ' "" ' ' Oh, ,no0. cannot?i miake'i?inyfornl com plaint agailist him,'my;,lord !' sai dGiralda sorrowfully and wearily. .l mI. Iust bear:-it in silence i'.i i ;,: ' Call me Paul,', said 'lis' loidship, iwitlis an ingenuous blush. 'I am alone'in' the world, and have no.dne 't6 call' imei by .thiat fiInamei 'My lord' sounds so formal: from'iyour lips !. ' You must call me Gialda;tlihen,' '14 wastl low response'.,.. , ' Agreed. And now tell me, Giralda, why must you bear, this wrong, .gthis insult,lthis outrage, in sienc ?' The maiden Ilookeda':t '.,lier p4reserver, her soul in her eyes. .He ?olked- so .manly';so honorable, so noble, that she was teinmpted to tell him; hler:secret - heri fathler's'secret. Shie felt as it sh:h must confide in'sonie one,e and he, who had twice: saved her life,, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

BY aYo Man, BOAk and I IDENOCE Sin rivateo amily \at Nort Goulburn. Address, . Y. Z., office of tis paper. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG PERSO :.CtiOK., Apply to Minu. BURG, Bgo. ville Goulburn. ..: , GENERAL SERVANT, Apply to,,is. JT. LEAMY, Farmers' Hotel, Wh oa. AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX-/. El'I - r""BOYS., ; ..... .., CHARLES GILLESPI Gouurn. ;Wan /te , IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYSs A *. '-litieds,:at Wood & Co's Boot Faoy./ply WM ODD&' C-' ,; Auburon-stret. / TO TAILORS. TANT Immediately, A FTRST. ASS v' J4 . A steady man will fiud onastant work w? boral wages. S. PERCIV L, Tailor, &c, Queanbeyan., LO T, / ON Su ?y night, A URSE contain' g small - su of money and r eipt. Rlowa d on deli very to Ils. HYETT, Au urno-street, oulburn. £5 Reward. .TOLEN o STRATED, from Mr. J. I g's Spadc c , Goulburn, ONE BAY H 1SE, branded R off shoulder. The above rew d will be it on onviction of thief or thieves or One Pond if rayed on delivery to Mn. A. HELPS, Tar Wesleyan Mut al...

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COOTAMUNDRA, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

COOTAMUNSDRA, TUESDAY. Tili Bislhop of Goulbiurn and Mrs. Thomas arrived here last eveninig_ from Temora. SIn the, evhining: the Bishop addressed a large audience .at the monthly meeting of the Chiurclh'of England Temperance Society. Mrs. Thomas will.lay the first stone of the Pairsonage' tiis afternoon. .'Th& Bislihop and',i the 'Reverends Holt, Cocks ni White i ill take part in the pro ceedings. SYDNEY ?TUESD AiY. Tis. steamier Bovwen airived from; Cooktown fon iSaturday from Hongkong;i bringing one hundred Chinese for Sydney. ; The result of the boat-race caaused no un, usual excitement t.lhis morning--it being ,the general opinion that .the Canadian. .was ,too muchifor. Laycockl although i good deal of wagering took place yesternight ata to r. A Queensland telegram states that. Hutch inson,andpartiy lhay?e'struck a splendid, reef in the Mountain Maid Claiith, Pikedale, the estiniated yield being ioo ounces to the ton. . A gireat fire has occurred at Dunedini, New Zealand...

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Telegraphic Intelligence CROOKWELL, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

Telegraphaic Intelligence - FROI OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] CROOKWELL, TUESDAY. JAMES BRAY ESQ., J.P., an old and highly. respected? resident of this locality, died this morning at half past ten.

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Great Sculling Race for the Championship of the World. LAYCOCK v. HANLAN. LONDON, FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

Great sMulling I-Race for the Championship of the World: LAYCOC.K v. HANLAN. LONDON,, FEURUARY :I4. Ti-ir above race took place to-day. on- the. Thanies over the tisuial chaipibonshliip course; The "weather was dulland gloomy, with occasional showers of rain.( . Both; men caime to the post iin splendid c6nditionthe be~ting being 4 to -ioii, Hanlan: SliThe latter won the toss, ind selected the Miditdlesc sideof thie rivie iclcetit iilotted Laycýck, nd Diewitt pilotted; Hanlan. 'Thelattei.:got aay ifirst ?i d led by a lengilth fo i'the first ?'ialf -mile: "' e then in creased the lead.to three lengths. At Haimiersmiibtlil?othl- men rowied in splendid- style-;T:but all-Laycock's efforts were powerless to gain- on, his :opponent, although the Australian ro?'ed'aga~ie race. Flanlan won easilyby seven lengths. Timine, 2:5 minutes 41 seconds. Amenormous crowd were present-to witness the proceedings.

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BRAIDWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

BRAIDWOOD RACES, TIHlSE iaces took place on r.hursday and Friday last, arnd passed off very successfully. .There was' a large attendance on both days, anid no accidents of any kind occurred during the meeting :. The following are li the resiults of the different events : priRst DAY. The Maiden Plate of 40 sovs?, with a sweep:: of 2 sovs each added; one mile d'a quarter ' Mir J:! Rowen',a, ol? h ? lady!Laura.?:.::' ;'l : '' F. Mittibev a br f;Lily 2 Selling Stakes of < o'o one mile'and a h'alf. "Mr. . R ow n'sia cli m onye .o . ... . 1' JKesaing sb g Editor:.., ;T The Publican's Purse of:' each, aida £04oadded? one nile 'an"d'"half Mr. J.? . Miller's bg .Strathmore . ... I. ti 13d'a hg ticeklessa... D. Hysni's b1 i Masni.i.. ..: 3 Strathmore ,?onieasilyI'y?,o' lengthii? firom Reckless.: The "Meiuber's~Plate .of f?? ;each, with £?5 added; onie mile" and a distanice. Mr. J. M?Iillter's b g Stratlinoroe.... . ; ; F$ Matthew's ar'f Lily D . Hys 'bahn' , li felo'i..e,....so 3 S...

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Wreck of the Ridge Park. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

Wreaok'of the Ridoe Park'' rHE steamer Ridge Park struck on Beware Reef;fiear Cape IEverard, at 3.50 on Thuirs da' morrning last: She filled ,imminedi?t?ly' iand w hen she struck ;tl helboits t?ere'Bput outf to send the passengers and crew :away. The calttain's boat remained till 8 asi.;,and.when it left the slip. the: qua"?rdeck wias?sone: foot under. water, and th4r :were seven fatlionims unilde the stern . The\crewsvand passenters started 1in ;tihree boats; n' :of ywhich Vsas beached :twomileswest fC ape Everard and i'id to leave e'eythling behlnd on the17 e sh, including the captain's papers, charts, &c. The captain's boats picked the crew up under Cape Everard, and landed them safely at Gabo Island, after being thirty-six hours out from the wreck. The mails were saved. They brought sufficient provisions for all hands, and this evening signals were made to the steamer Wentworth, bound north, asking if she could accommolate the shipwrecked crew and passengers. She put bac...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

ODDS AND ENDS ) A CHILD named Herbert Henry Baker,_ aged about four yearswas run over by;:a trolly: in Kent-street Sydney, on Saturday evening and killed.. It appears that twotrollies and a dray were passing south along Kent-street at a trot, when:a womati. heard some one shouting, and, on0looking in the direction whence the shouts came,: saw the child lying in the:street'behind one of the trollies. - The trollies and the dray kept on at the, stimrne pace.:: till they .:reached Bathurststreet, :when .Wheeler; was ;stopped and afterwards arrested by .the police on:: the charge -of :causing :the: child's death ':The' child was picked up and. taken to: the Infirmary, where he, dieditin a.:feiW minutes" afterwards. On Saturday night, a man named George Wilson-was taken.to .the .,Infirmary, suffering froim fractire: of lbonies of left leg- received through being run"over, ?' an omnibus in George-street.; ,lHeaitteinpted: to, cross the: street,, when, he wais. knocked .down. by. the: pole...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, Feb. 12. THE Daily News of to-day gives publicity to a:rumour which is current, to the effect that the Government has received information that there was a plot to destroy Windsor Castle by means of dynamite. Although the rumour in question has not been officially confirmed, the Daily News asserts that in consequence of it her Majesty had deferred her return to Windsor. NATAL, Feb. i. Further advices have been received to-day from the front, which confirm the intelligence that the forces under Sir G. P. Colley have been isolated by a movement of the hostile Boers. Since the engagement which 'took place a few days ago the Boers have occupidd the road between Newcastle and Ingogo, arid have concentrated someof their troops beyond the former place. Their 6bject is, apparently to oppose the reinforcements now onthe'vway from Durban'to relieve the British forces 'in the Transvawal. "No further neiws's hlias lbeen received direct 'from ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

FUNERAL.   THE friends of the late JAMES W. BRAY, of   James Park, near Crookwell, are respectfully   invited to atend his FUNERAL on THURSDAY     NEXT.   The procession will arrive at Goulburn, Marsden's Bridge, at 5 p.m.   ROBERT CRAIG,   Undertaker.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COiURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate. Mary McElroy was eharged with vagrancy and having no lawful means of support. SSenior-constable Whealey deposed: On Saturday night, at ir o'clock, the defendant was causing a disturbance in Auburn-street; when she saw me she went away; at about half-past 12 o'clock she was sitting down opposite the Royal Hotel; she said she was waiting for a young man who had gone inside for a bottle of grog; I told her I would lock her up it she did not leave the street; at half-past 2 she was still there ; I then told her I would put her in gaol under the Vagrant Act; two men were dragging her; I followed her to the Mechanics', and one.ff the men went with her to the tele graph office; she sat or laid down in the street, and he sat or laid over her; this was abdut a quarter to 3 on Sunday morning; wher I locked her up she admitted.having only just come out of gaol.. '. ; .: Convicted of being an idle and disorderly characte...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, Tii following arrangements have been made for supplying the bench at the Goul buirn Police Court for February: -Messrs S. M. Morton and F. 'R:L.-'Rossi for the 16th instant; I. Shepherd and .,H H Voss for the 18th; S. I-I.H Belcher,'and ';Wm Conolly, for the 21St.; .C C.'Cropper and S. Meyer for the 23rd; A..G. Einlay and :L. G Davidson for th'e 25th. ai dd' Di.: Genitle? aind A F. Gibson for the 28th. ¶The clause of the Improvement Comn mittee s report"ireferring, to a lamp at the agricultural ireserve evoked a lenigthy disi cuission'by the Borough Council last evening. Alderman Mc Connell thought that the lamp should be placed near the reserve, and argued that, the lamp was wanted just as much or more than many parts of the suburbs "wherd lamps were erected. ;Alderman. Hawkins. agreed with the Improvement' Comniitee'" recommendation, and cited the -fiet.ithat the presentlighting rate was insuflcitit" to pay expenses. Eventually) the. Improvement Committee's recomme...

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