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SIX SONS FOR NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

SIX SONS l-'OK VWY i - | '.TJfL'l-r is «.! !'. '!ij»)».' JJ! ' 'j-D.V'l'.ji U'lln ! u i;»>' well li»- ;t in I «vh<> [ 111 * - iv.-o^nii i"ii <»f fh'-ir nuin I try," says "The- I'all Mall." and i Mary Wlnalland liav">' uivt-n six ><»n i t«» till' Navy. Yh-- .dd»-st is ;i <<>asl juiardsinan, thr a j^-tty ntfi<cr. ' ilu> yi>un.m\<i, a la * 1 "f sixti.rti. is j still rnti'il Mioy.' <">f su.-li an- thiWj i fondors of Britain, f«»r s»>rvi<v in tho i Navy and Army-rspoeiully in th^ Navy ? -is ftvuiioul!y a family affair."

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NATIONALIST VOLUNTEERS MOVEMENT IN IRELAND [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

NATIONALIST VOLUNTEERS MOVKMKXT IN I I'llOhA N I) It is announced here to-day tlml the Nationalist Volunteers do uni intend (.> allow ilie Kind's proclaimitinn to inter fere with tin.' progress of their move ment (says "The Times" Dublin corres pondent on Pecc-mber I'l. They have no arms at present, hut propose to obtain 11 uni. Volunteer corps will ho started immediately in <'ork and Wexford. The stibject is under discussion amoi^ the students ol" the National t'niversitv in Dublin. For four houis on Saturday nij;hi 111? . student.^ of ('nivci sit y «*? 11W*:* <.. <Jal way,' cue of ;h» nstitu.'iit colleges of I In- National Fni vers it y. diseusscd the establishment of a corps ot the Irish National Volunteers in tin .Mr (Tfsack, who proposed I In- I ' Soiu lion, - declared that it was the ri^ht t»T* every man to j>e able to up arms in defence ol his country. Mr l-'la- k pio .posed as an ameudnteui ih;it the mat ter he postponed indefinitely.. ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GLOWING APPRECIATION "NIGHTINGALE IN THE GLOAMING." [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

GLOWING APPRECIATION "NH'IIITINOAMC. IN TUB GLOAM ING." Tile provincial Journalist dm's at times pile it 011. Regarding ;i lady who recently sans at a village entertain ment an appi'eelalive scribe writes-as follows in tlio latest issue of a Border weekly: When Miss P. has come into the kingdom of the few elect players and London and the Continent claim her, it will delight us to remember that one unforgetful evening wo heard melodies sn-'li as the nightingale pours forth in the gloaming when the perfume of tho rose intoxicates her heart -with the sweet forebodings of spring - tones tfiat kissed mutually and then fled poutirigily l'rom one another, and at Inst embraced and became one, and died away in the ecstasy of union. Again, there were, heard sounds of fallen an gels, who, banished l'rom tlio realm of bliss, sunk with shame-red counten ance to the regions of the lower world.

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS PRICES REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS l'RIUtCS REALISED. At Sotheby's auction, homage was paid to that sovereign rascal Francoys. Villon, decked out in fine clothes (says the "Daily Telegraph*' ol December..6).^ The first collected edition , of ' his works, printed in Paris, 1H32, and in a beautiful blue morocco binding by Trau tz-Kauzonnet realised. £700 (Messrs QuarUeh), a later copy In a Meroiw covering bringing C1S0 (La Croix). Locker-Lainpson's copy of Izaak Walton's "Compleat. Angler." in the original sheepskin, made, over JC1J00 in P.M7. Another lirst edition.-K>"k>, pos sibly a presentation copy of Walton to I'Yaneis Foster, and probably the tall est copy known, reached IMt;" < R F. Stevens). Just when Kobert lUirns was on the point ot' emigrating, the news reached him r»f* the success of the Kilmarnock edition of his poems (ITSIJ). lie made little else but "reclaim:" out of it. and could have done with the gi\en by Mr Maggs for a survivor of this issue. "no of his manuscri...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ZOO CUBS [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

ZOO CUBS The London Zoo h;is little luck with its youngsters "horn in the gardens" | (says the "Daily News" of November ^ S;itti ;ukI Barbara, the Polar bears, wore presented-for the seventh year in succession-with two babies on Friday last, but have lost them- as usual. This year the officials' determined that the youngsters should not be left to their father's large and casual feet, nor to their callous mother. She* is worse than the father, by far. The Jirst cub to these unnatural parents was born in 1907. The father killed it. Since then the youngsters have died each year within a few days of birth. This year " preparations were made to give the cubs every chance. Like all bear babies, they are remark ably small, no larger than dog pup-' pies, in fact. <- v : Barbara's Polar'idea is that what her children want is plenty of'cold., open air and wet concrete, and; she gives it to them. Last -'Friday the cubs were rescued at birth and' put into a warm basket with hot wate...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERSONAL SERVICE I'LEA BY ACTRESS AND PREACHER [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

PERSONAL SERVICE I'LIOA BV ACTRESS ANIJ PREAOHHR The Martinis of Salisbury: who pre sided last evening:, al the annual meet ing of the Personal Service Associa tion (says the "Westminster Gazette" of December 13),'held at the Portman Rooms, apologised for the absence of Mrs. Asqulth, his colleague in the presidency, who was absent for the first time from the annual gathering of U19 association. They-had every reason to be satis fied, said the.chairman, with the work 01' the year.' They Had planted thnjt plant, and it was flourishing-not by any great growth, but by a steady growth which belongs to things tha,t succeed. The position of the associa> tion in that work reminded him of the ordinary broker. There wene any number of enterprise's which needed energy to make theni" succeed, and there was a .largo number of men and women anxious to do something for their fellow men and women: but until that association came into existence they could never bring them into relationship. ? A w...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TAXI-CAB IN FRANCE DRIVERS ARE DARING. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

i;4' - TAXI-CAB IN FRANCE ^ T->R1 VEKS A 111: DA K I Xi. i. The Parisian taxi Iriver is .1. pr< u Har inoividual. says "Th-1 Motor." While he hears the ear-marks of his brethren in other sreat cities. he has many characteristics all his own. l-Ie can he as l'ororinus as an Apa-'ht or as docile as a lamh-ac<-» riling to his mood. but always he a dare devil, taking chances at which an auto mobile race-driver would falter. I'pon entering: a French taxieab. you usually reach your destination safely, hut have many a thrill on the way. The pilot of the Parisian cab pos sesses a fund of general information, . providing: you speak his language and have silvered his palm. lie knows no thing if you are a stranger and have neglected to "come across." He is as garrulous -as a politician or as dumb as an oyster; it depends.on the way von treat him. There {ire no half-baked emotions in his makeup. Thfs particular class of taxi man can !"'°£w 5i°!!r TnninK down a pedo ' wi...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCENES UN DUBLIN STAMPEDE AND REVOLVER. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

SCENES. UN DUBLIN ^STAMPEDE AND REVOLVER. >lr Bonar Law, Leader 01 the Oppo sition in tlie Commons, fulfilled,a num ber of political engagements in Dublin to-day (says the Dublin correspondent of""The Daily News" of November 29), and as a result, opposing factions met In the Streets, and. indulged in scenes of wild disorder. After nine o'clock a crowd largely composed of stulents from the rural districts mar.chcd toward .the Theatre Royal, where the Uni6nlst:meetlng was being; addressed by Mr Bonar Law. Be ing prevented-by tlie~p6Hce from ap proaching the theatre; tliey marched to Rutliland-square,'where they smash ed the: windows in. the office of the Catholic Cemeteries'.Committee adja cent to the offices of the Dublin Orange .lodges, having aparently mistaken one building for the other. : ."?. WOMAN,. SHOT. A woman named Bridget; Rowe, aged 50, was taken to a Dublin hospital suffering from a compound? Cra.cturo of the nose, as the result of a bullet wounl sustained during the ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIBERY ALLEGED FOOTBALL INCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

BRIBERY ALLEGED Fi i'1'n /.L I.WiniuXT -uan\ ] 11*1 >; 111u»*ni. i ootbaiP'rs wore in court vest *.rda v.. when t lie S met h wick magistrates investigated the charge against J'asM" Binl'tli of at tempting to bribe Pennington, (he captain of I ho West P.rumwich Albion Football <'!ub, to Iiim1 »,]. draw a ma'ch with Fwrton (says "Tlu- Paily Express" on D< (..ember lli>. .Mr I'liapinan said lit- had hoped t«» be able to advise his client to o'e t for the case to he dealt wilh summarily, hut. from certain matters that had feme to his Knowledge it would be hoi tor for the case to go i'or tria'. Mr J. S. Sliarpf outlined the charge, and remarked that the pro emitters were th<i Albion. <.'lul>, supported 1 >\* the Football Association. ..The charge," he said, "is a serious one, and lholetti. if convicted, is liable to two years' imprisonment, or a line of .(.'.".On, or both. "On November the eve of the match between West Broinwieh Al...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD AGE TO STAVE OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

OLD AGE TO ST A VK OFF. Nut wit hstanding the vogue _ol soured milk, there is really no specillo antidote to old age, says a great Lon don physician in the "Dally Mull" of November IMi. "Now and again a .very .U.U1 man attributes his length- of days |o his abstemiousness. He. luis Tiever smoked or consumed alcohol, and he has been stringently abstem ious with regard to solid food. "J3ut then another centenarian tells us that he has eaten and drunk heart ny_alj_'his lil'e and never denied h i m - ifcl'f, a,ny pleasure. People practise all-sorts of things, avoiding salt, eat ing" cheese,' drinking milk, drinking nothing but water, eating pounds of grapes^ or other fruits, living on vegeh tables'-or nuts: but, so far as, a medi cal man. can see, and he sees all sorts ?and conditions of men,; no particular diet, or odd way of living has any in-', fluence in prolonging life.:? ' i: AVERAGE PEOPLE.- : .! "I speak,-of course,, wltli regard tp'; average healthy people. Those dis eased* in a...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAGIC AND TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

MAGIC AND TRADE At tin- Japan Society last evening Dr. W. T,. I liMlmruh., a member <>f tho council. read a p;i por ?* n t i 11«.' 1 "Japanese Popular Magic «-onnecicd with Agriculture and Trade isays tin* "Daily Telegraph" of IH'-emIht 11). Mr Henri L. Joly prosified, anil then was a large and appreciative gather ing members (lu> society. J.>1\ Ifildburgh detailed tin- numer ous charms used and customs prac tised by the Japanese in connection with tho weather for protecting crops. Tor securing prosperity in trade, and for obtaining immunity from lire and thieves. With an incantation rods or skewers wore planted in the ground for the protection of the property ami to draw destruction down upon any body who should attempt to take wrongful p -ssession of it. A charm written oi a piece of paper where a wild animal might pass was con sidered likely to turn into a piece of string and catch the animal. A wheel of cardboard and straws with suspended figures was thought ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORWAY MODERN INFLUENCE [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

NORWAY MODERN INFLUENCE "I have just received a letter from a friend at present travelling in Norway, whore she has not been for twelve years," says the editor of "The Vine I yard." "It was not written with any idea of publication, but so finely and sharply docs this letter, from a coun try which :s blessed with one of the noblest peasantries in the v;orld, point the evils which "The Vineyard" is out to fight, and the good which it exists to defend and encourage, that I venture, in good conscience, to print it without her permission." "It is like a dream to find oneself again in this romantic land, and In one day we have already seen so much that It s^ems long since we left home! The crossing was horrid in every way, but we had some quiet hours in smooth water before we arrived in tho early morning, and Stavanger with Its clean, many-colored wooden houses rising . >ijt of the still fjord, and the encircling mountains stealing out of the morning mist restored one. STAVANGKk MAUKF....

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIPSIES' STRIKE COPPERSMITHS DISSATISFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

GIPSIES' STRIKE O H'i'KIiS.MlTU.S DISSATISFIKII. The latest strike in thai of perform ing gipsies. I'"or tile past month twelve ol" the gipsy coppersmiths who attracted at tention when they arrived in London recently from lOastern Kurope and set tled for a time in Ilt'ord. Inive been ap pearing in a performance at. the Caba ret Theatre c.'Iulj at Ileddon .street, and they are annonneed to take part in a gipsy play there 011 the -3th (states "The Daily News' of Deeember 1.M). Jura Filipoff, I he picturesque ehief, '.vhen interviewed 011 the subject, said that his tribe are striking for increased wages. He explained in French that his twelve people only received 110/ a night, and as they have to return home at live o'clock in tile morning by taxi cab their net sain works out at only about 2/ each. "We strike,' lie added in ICnglish, for an eating wage. We cannot eat 011 2/ a (lav three nights a week." Asked why he did not try the music hall::. or some, of the other night clubs, the eh...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANIMALS ON THE STAGE TRAINERS AT A PROTEST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

ANIMALS ON THE STAGE I ! T1JAINI3HS AT A PROTEST MKKT ! ING. A little group of a dozen professional animal trainers had a front sent at a public meeting last night at the Ken sington Town Hall (reports "The Daily News" of December 1»>). The meeting was called to protest against cruelties to performing animals. The trainers' .spokesmen w ere "Captain" Woodward, who trains dugs. Mr Cuiminghanie-Graham. who pre sided over the early part of the meet ing, declared that exhibitions of per forming animals were debasing alike for the trainer and for the public. There was nothing exhilarating or soul-raising In feeing an elephant standing on its head, or dogs and cats firing cannon. He urged people to attend such shows and hiss. Sometimes hissing was a sacred duty. Messages of sympathy were read from Miss Lind-af-Hageby. Archdeacon Wilberforce. Lord M\>rley, Mr Percy Illingworlh, M.P., and Mr Bernard Shaw. Mr John < in Isu orthy said he had a commons'-nse which told him that...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STOLEN PICTURE RECORD OF ACCUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

STOLEN PICTURE RECORD OF ACCUSED. Perutfa's pretence that ho stole the "Gioconda" from tho Lo|^'rhe .nLster Napoleo^.s badly chosen, (says tho Paris "Jfrespon dent cf-'The Daily Telegraph of Dt cembcr 16). Ho does not seem to know tliat tho "Gioconda" happens just to o^ oMhe paintings of the Louvre hat were never in the possession of IU1>. It was acquired from the urtis 1 Francois I.. King of France. f - sum of 4000 gold ecus. Md te" ^ Fontalnebleau and \ ersaiUc,3 '°"fLru foro it entered tho Louue. J-h^11 foro it entered uio ~ . f gia simply hope to niaky money out of tho theft seems to ho proved by tho fact tl,tit before he earned oft the pit . uciure tic . tura he collected the names °f who he thought might be likely pur C't1ius ' two littlo notebooks on "h'ch he insenbed his washing- bills and found in his room contain significant inscrip tions In one of them, dated December .>8 that is to say, nine months before tho theft, lie pnlt\c and aildresses of three iionaires, Mes...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEER FOREST PERIL TO COUNTRYSIDE [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

DEER FOREST PERU. TO COUNTRYSIDE One of tile loveliest .stretches of English scenery within range of Lon don is being robbed of both its beauty and use with such speed and certainty that local feeling is coming to a pitch of high Irritation and private pro tests are being made (writes the spe cial correspondent of "The Daily Mail"). The question is much more than local. By the deliberate choice of a new landlord (1) Some land which produced food, both corn and milk, is put out of cul tivation, is from a national point of view made barren. (2) A famous benuty spot is de prived of its native charm and with drawn from the use of the neighbors and a wider public who delighted to walk there. nr^lS11'?® ''f18 beon nlrcady heard hniiii destr"etl°n of farms and farm a of tIle ma,!inff of a doer forest across the wild and rich .stretch of country below Hindhead and bo" tween Haslemere and Wltley, on the ; estate rocontly bought by Lord Pirrie j one of the first Peers created by the Dublin?0/...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XI. A Link With the Past. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

CHAPTER XI. A Link With the Past. Bracing herself wiili the reflection Hint. she was acting for justice, truth and duty, Gwendolen recovered her equanimity as she strolled along a Bel 2raVK.11 street, without, meeting a po liceman or indeed anyone hut the post man and a couple of boys, too much interested in comparing notes as to their illtreatment by their respective masters to notice her. As she turned, the corner a poor-looking four-wheeler, driven by a melancholy-looking old man came along. She hailed him, and. saying a few words (more lies) as to masquerading at a garden party, promised him a double faro if ho would take her to "Waterloo Station in time for a certain train she had looked out during that long, detestable night. In the cab, she recovered her self possession to a certain extent, and when she saw a friendly-looking por ter and said to bin.. "I am going to a garden party, find me a compartment alone, if you can," her splendid tip secured her loneliness for her jour ...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REARING CHILDREN MEAL TIME TERRORS [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

REARING CHILDREN M10AL TIMI-: T1-: 111 Most mothers have nmrf' or b-ss vague Uioories as to the reasons why (me member of the nursery so obsti nately refuses to "thrive" (writes Klizabeth Sloan Cherser, M.K., in "The Daily Noivs" of December to. From original .sill to natural delicacy ol' con stitution, a whole host of causes or reasons can be assigned. Unfortunately the truth more or less generally remains hidden, and the child evolves into a man or woman, handicapped !>>' 'he fact of not thriv ing in youth. It is a fact, unfortunate hut undeniable, that the child who does not thrive is generally misman aged. The normal, natural young of the human species eats, sleeps, plays, and enjovs life thriving like the proverbial bay tree-that is, if we give him a chance. But our methods of cloth ing, feeding, and "managing" our off spring detract from the health and joy of life of far too many of them in this generation at least. GOOD AS IIIS CIIEST A medical inspector of schools told...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INFLUENZA VARIETY OF NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

INFLUENZA VAUIUTY OP NAMES. Nobody likes influenza. It has "'>1 a friend in the world, and every country tries (o make out lhal I ho wretched thing is a native of some other country. In Russia it Is called Siberian fever, and in Siberia Chinese fever. In France it has been called Spanish catarrh, and Spain throws it back as Russian fever. Dr. Arthur F. Hopkirlc Rives some interesting lists of the names It has been called in a book on "Inllucnza." The term influenza came to be gener ally applied in England to the disease which wa.s successively known as "the new acquayntancc," "the gentle cor rection," "the new delight," and "the knock-ine-down fever" by a mistake. Eighteenth century Italian writers, says Dr. Hopkirlc, .spoke of "una in fluenza di freddo" (influence of cold), and English physicians, mistaking the word influenza for the name of the disease itself, used It. The same term is also used in Ger many, where a host of dialect names still prevail, such as lightning catarrh...

Publication Title: Foster And Toora Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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ANATOLE FRANCE AN APPRECIATION [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 February 1914

ANATOLE FRANCE AX APPRECIATION' (Hv I Yi .IVss'ii' M. A. CJerotliwohl, in "Tlio Daily News.") M. France has been hailed among us as a great novelist, moralist and critic. ..St which 111,- must have smiled, as Is his wont, with playful and unrullled bonhomie. Fur hi? in not, nor would lie he, any thing so solemn, or so narrow, or so objective, lie may, indeed, have writ ten essays in the guise of action, or fiction in the guise of essays, but ho has never wilfully indited a. work of liction nor a moral treatise. Again, he may have written of books and authors, and about tlieni. or around them; for lie has spent a lifetime in th'-ir midst, and in their privacy. Mill he never meant to write on books or authors, to turn literary critic or reviewer. He is guiltless of all pro fessional intentions, as of ali longing to express hi' realise anyone or any thing in art-save in relation to him self, to his enjoyment of the curious and thi- beaut i fill. UTKIl.SKV i ;i.ui',K-TUOTTIN'G In brief,...

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