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AFTER ALCOHOLIC EXCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

AFTER ALCOHOLIC EXCESS. Manv who suffer from the effects of 'lcoholic excess have found O.T. a boon through it? eflfect: of satisfying the craving for alcoholic stimulant. Oth :r tid .).T. an invaluable morning "P'ick-me. up."' O.T'. :and Sod:a is well klnlowil a:s a satisfac tory srluarcr up.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADY SWIMMER DROWNED. KYABRAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

LADY SWIMMER DROWNED. IYABIPRAIAM, Sunday. A sad drawning fatality occurred at Wyuna on lFriday evening. when Mrs. Baird. wife of Mr. H. Baird, manager of the Government irrigation farm, lost her life. It appears that deceased was a splen did swimmer, and was in the :hatbit of bathing in a dam near the homestead. Mr. Baird was away in Kyaibram, and a visitor on the farm, 'having occasion to go to the house and not finding anyone alboult, wocnt to the dam, wihere he noticed some ladies' clot;hing alongside the bank. HFe obtained the assistance of two men, and by dragging and diving found the ,body. When brought to the ba?nlk two marks were visible on the forehead. 'These led to the assumption the diseased had dived and stnck her head oh a log in the dam. At a magisterial inquiry held on Saturday, l)eforae Mr. J. R. Haslem, J.P., evidence was given which showed that the bank of the dam was very steep, and had subsided below the water. It is possible deceased, in preparing to en ter tl...

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ANOTHER SEASIDE TRAGEDY. WOMAN COLLAPSES AT ELWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

AXO1T1 ER SEASIDE TRtAGEDY. WOMAN COLLAPSES AT ELWOOD; Within sight of forty or fifty batlhers at Elwood beach at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Mrs. Ellen Daly, aged 33, of 176 Edwards-street, Brunswick, collapsed while learning to swim, and she died in a few minutes. At the time the woman was only 30. yards from the shore, and in water which bare ly reachled to the shoulde:r of her husband, who was bathing with her. The vwoman was brought immediately to hle beach, and, as it happened, Dr. CG. \Xeigall, of Elwood. and Mr. Nicholas, 'f the Melbourne Hospital, were walking in the neighborhood. They gave the unfor tulate Ildy immediate attention, but after trying every expedlient were unable to re suscitate her.. Ami amblulance was sent for, and her body was taken to the Alfred Hospital, and thence to the Morgue. Ait is believed that Mrs. Daly died throug?hI heart failure rather than asphyxiation, buc her husband stated that, so far as he knew, she had never had a day's illness in her life, so 'l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STORY OF A SAD FATALITY. FISHERMAN'S BRAVERY ACKNOWLEDGED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

STORY OF A SAD FATALITY. FISHERMAN'S BRAVERY - ACKNOWLEDGED. Tile boating accident that occurred on New Year's ece at Altona Bay,. resulting in tile drowning of two well-known railway employes at the Newport workshops, Henry Tatlow and Samuel Boyd, formed the subject of magisterial inquiry by Mr; T. Lonsdale, J.P., at Williamstown yester dlay. Clara Tatlow, of 102 North-road, New poet, said. deceased Tatlow, her husband, was 44 years of age, and a boiler maker at Newportl workshops. On 31st ult. witnesa, her husband and some friends, went to A1 tona Bay, and abount midday the two de ceased, with Mr. Boyd's son, wenst out fishing in the Bay. Witness saw them about 3 p.m., but did not witness the acci dent. The cvidence of Walter Boyd, a strapping youth of 15 years, the survivor of the acci dent, was to the effect that the party, conl prising -lHenry Tatlow, witness and wit ness's father, went out fishing at a spot about half a mile hfrom the shore. Towards evening a storm arose, the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUBLIC WORKS TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

PUBLIC WORKS TENDERS. Tile followirng pullic workls teidr- halve been reollnuended for aec(tlance:---3,lauio Stlate ac hool, 1426. Ilnew residtenuc, A. .1. Iglby, ;celon1g0 , ?MS3 15/: PoVrt Cmiiellt. rcpaira to jetty, C. M'tu.', Port Camllpbell, £7 15/,;; Echlluc'a court house, al erations tnd repairs, Ii F1. Syuiins, Eehae.. , £13. i/3; ITii kXsluri, State .c'hviol, 1l4it, removitfg andl re-trctingtg out oltlle:s, .rLweragC, ,e.. (. I'. Cold hain, Toorak-road, South Yarlra, 151 12/3; SpKots wood SItate sc:hool, 36519, new out of1e,, Il. Knox. int Sons, ltingw?,d, £257; (Iranite Flat, relodel Hing ait, repairs, .. Proctor, (.harlton, .£113 1(1; bridge lnd apIproaches, BobLby (roek,. Orboat Club, Tcrrarc-road, Powell and TIhomp.son, £200 '1/; NPeilport, Slate school 113, new lcydt room, J. Wilson, Victoria-street, ?iat.: Melbourlne, £231; Albert Park State schoolw,new ..quarters for care taker, Ih.' Sisson, Natiulk, £:;76; Obr'rvatryv, MIelbourne, se'rering, &c;, J. Bricrley...

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A YACHTING ACCIDENT. SMART RESCUE OF TWO MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

A YACHTING ACCIDENT. ?MART PRESCUE OF TWO MEN. About 3 p.m. on Sundaly Mr. A. VW. Thomas, a clerk employed at Ohanliler's hardware establishment in Fitzroy, and Mr. A. E. Johnson, of 30 Urquhart-street, Northcote, were out sailing in an old boat w.hich they own, - off Black Rock, when, having too muich sail on, the boat was struck by a heavier puff of wind than utual and was Ipset when a considerable distance from Lind. They were seen clinging to the upturned hull of tlhe craft for over twenty minutes, and then Mr. Leslie Ro berts, of Brighton, who was in the neigh bor:hood, was informed. He hastily got a crew together, and, putting up the sails on his yadht G(auntlet in record time, cast off to thc rlescue. Those on the Gauntlet were able to get Messre. Thomas ond John son aboard. They *were in a chilled and exhausted condition, but soon recovered under treatment. On arrival back at Half Moon Bay a large crowd of people on the beach warmly cheered Mr. Roberts and his party for thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

Commonwealth r3ank of RustralIa HEAD OFPICE $YDNYV Branchoe are open for the transetfion of GENERAL BANKINGQ BU ING??S at New South Waleo - Sydney. FodoraI Ca~pital --Canberra. Viotoriat - Melbourne. Quoonland--Brisb~ane, Rockhampton, and Townsville. 8outh Austraia-Adelaide. Western Auntrafi--Perth. Tasnrnnia--Hobart. And at 26-38 NEW fROAD S''REEIT, London. C]able remittances made to, and drafts drawn on forign phleo direct. Foreign, bills negotiated and coullected. Letters of credit and circular rotes issued to any part of the world. Bills r.gotiated or forwarded for collection. Iankinr and Exchango Lusincass of every description tranesaoted within the Oommnonwealtlh, IUnited Kingdom and abroad. Iltere.st paid on fised deposits. SAVINGS .BANKI DEPARTMENT SBranchoo are open at 3 Moore Street, Sydnoy; 317 Collinls Street, rMelbourne; Queen Street, Drisbano;' Royal Exchange, 05 Kiln William Street, Afealdo; St. George's Terrace, Porth; Ellzareth Street, Hobart; and Canborrea (Federal...

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THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

THE ITQUEST. The inquest was held at the court hiouse, Queensrliff, this morning, the body being viered at the Royal IHIotcl. Mr. Cousin, J.P.. was the Acting Coroner. Mr. C. Hunter, the father of the- de ceased, Miss MIuriel May Hunter, identified the lody. Rupert Frederick Anderson, of North Fitzroy, stated he went in to bathe in company with the deceased, after othes had finished their swim. After being in the water some time 'he found himself in diffti culties. Miss Hunter was a few feet from him, and he saw she was in the same plight. He reached h-g and held her up. After a little while Mis Hiunter said to him, "You swim and I will hold on tbo your gown." Continuing, Mir. Anderson said, '"I put up my hand to those on shore, indicating the danger, and caled for help. I tha sa.w Mr. David and the Seabrooks running towards me, and heard Air. David call out, 'Keep your pecker up, Andy, we will get you.' The waves separated -us and I don't clearly remember anything more till I was w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLIDAY DISASTERS. DROWNING FATALITIES. POINT LONSDALE SENSATION. POINT LONSDALE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

HOLIDAY DISASTERS. DROWNING FATALITIES. 1'OINT LONSDALE SEN'SATION. POINT LONSDALE~, Slunday. After a fterrible struggle with Ithe break- -. ers and a filght for life extending over half an hour, Miss Muriel May Ihinter, of Malvern, and a young athlete, 1Mr. \V. Seahrook, of the same .siui ib, were drowned at midday on Saturday at P'oint Lonsdale, off the ocean bead', in most. dramatic circumnstances. The ocean. beach at Point Lonsdale has a]w:ays been considered extrenmely dange' ous to bathers, by reason of t,,e treacher ous undertow, the breakers, the masss of floating seaweedl, andl the heavy sa that year in and year out always hurl's :.seif upon two ledges of rock which fringe the shoire. Notwithstandling all the warnings of local residents and experien'ccdl ,wim mers, many visitors peri;h in bath ing fronm it, taking advantage of a sor.t o)f gateway that cuts through ".he rocks and afIfordi a clear passage, apart fr'om the seaweled, to) thei open sci. In larlties from thie var...

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SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

SOCIAL. OTESE The Governor-General :and Lady) 1Den man, accompanied by the Hon. Alicia: Hugesen.. and, attended by.Lord Richard Neviliand- Captain Pollock, returned from Westei.:n Australia: by R.M.S. Morea. On Monday. Captain Sir Walter. Bartelot travelled overland from Adelaide on Sat "rday. Tihe Governor-General and: Lady Den 'man .entertained at. luncheon, on . Monday S.Lady: Harris, Lord Rochdake, the Hon. George HLarris, Colonel and-Mrs. Batesonr; 1 .]Ir; I. G, Batca and -Mr. Ronald Whicnh. The, Governor-General, attgnded by Lord Richard RTevill and Captain Curwen, lunehed.with the committee of 'the M.C.C. on :-Wednesday, after - which- his Ex ceilency pitched the. first ball in the base ball match.k between the. Giants and the W:hite Sox. Lady: Denman, accompanied by Lady Harris and the Hon: Alicia Huges sen; qnd attended by- Captain.Pollock, was - rcsent at the baseball matches later in the afternoon.. Lady"Harris is- the- guest of the Gover nor-General.and-Lady Denman at Go...

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TASMANIAN NOTES. HOBART, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

BY HELENA. H:OBART, 2nd January. .Rear-Adm Sir t George Patey gave a. dinner party on board H.M.A.S. Austral~. on Boxing night. His -Excellency the Go vernor (Sir Wm. E!lison:Macartney), the Acting Premier (Mr. G. H. Butler), the' President of the Legislative Council (Mr. Tetley Gant), ~the Speaker of .tIie. House (iIr. J.. W. Evansn) the Mayor of. Habart (Aldcrman Meaghe) arid the cap? tains of the different --men of iwar hiijs were the guests.. There is to ,be a large dance at the town ha)l to'night, as -a weIcome to the Rear Admiral and: officers of the Australian squadron. There are .fourteen hostcees, to ma.:ch the newr year, and everylhing poinits to a great senccess. The hon. see rietary is Mrs.; Tetley 'Gant, and she has worked untiringly for. succes, and' liard work when directed Iby good brain .power generally -brings it; There are to be nine debutantes;, but it -is safer not to go 'into details until the event is over, 'things so often'go-go 'agley". at the.last moment, s...

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INTER-STATE COLTS' MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES V VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

INTER-STATE COLTS' ?': O-,f.F N'EW SOUT'rI WI AL ;ES.I V.. I J O~~ILV' Tihe ma ltch Letneen i ' ol0F ?o : ?i{ ie South \Wadles colts resulted.u 1ia . ??P.I [ ihe viLckt was a0ain in liiAt <lays eol1tlonhil One of thle mnost disalplpo; inulg 1:itb-4,, the match has lien ti, m .iot.. o' the attendance. The.Yie jctoinif~a ohLti?rued ltheir firMlt inings i, with six wickes dev'rdi.o, 241. The reniainder of the iwektrtjdihoc- ever, added only 100 ruins; t i? iiiiijldlelos ing for 317, wluhc neecctated-It al iolIow on. The ninings had lasted 27(i0 iii'n'lles. !3Lug tolln secoed 68 intf o hou1rs., l ut lis iniindgs was a v:lahlble oane for his side. ,. B iowni layed ad fine innings for 82. Hle w0ts at the Vwic·kct S miliilhte.d. Tle isplay in the accond innings wlaS wo.se t'lhan, the iirs't. Ily'tlhe tea adjournment foulr wickets had lfa!len for 77, and lwhen stumps CwereC..drawn fo;' the day eight wicketsc' were down fi'. 18. iThe matchl was drawn.

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VICTORIA V. NEW ZEALAND. FIRST DAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

VICTORIA V. NEW ZEALAND. FIRST DAY S PLAY. Six changes were made in the Victorian team whicl encountered New South Wales: Willis, Lugton, M'Donald, Heather, Lam P)ard and KipDpan taking,?' e places of Park, Braschel. .Ryderc, .annon, .' Naugh ton and Baring. Of coursec.'"ariing, I ark and Ryder werei not dlropped, 'bet wete unable to p)lay. Irascher .ia still suffering from his iijured. knee, anl CaiC non a'id M'Naughton were not; included in tihe teaim.: 'lhe op" p tnijty of playiing lromis ing colts like 3'Donild, Lnampard, Willis and Lugton nwas too.good to lose. JOust on. fiteen.years have clapsed since the Ne'w Z/elanders visitc:l 'ictorijan. on their first trip. . On t~hat ocasion they we.re heateu by an ininings and 132 runs, Pcetcr M'Alister playing a big role in the match with .i& beautiful dislay fir 224. D)espite itis performanic, .1'\lister wins unable to get l;.a regular p1ce iti thie State ieleven that season, and the mere fact is. eloiquent of tlhe.stlecngth o...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

SUMMARY. New South Wales has he:d possession -of the Shield for Li seasoni, Victoria for 6 seasons, and South Australia for 3 seasons. In Massie Newi South Wales posseses a left-handed bowier of great potentialities, and it is a mather of regret that his pro fession as a civil engineer will shortly carry hi.m to America, i wheje there is far more scope for that class of work 'than in Australia. In capturing six wickets for only 3:1 iruns, Kelleway showed that he is a vastly' impi'o\cd trundler, and he hbowled with a -vim and a snap that is foreign to ou' own 'howlers. .lailey hiaS benefitcd by his American trip, and 'lhi googlies were both per:plxing and of a good length. Fol kard, who is a "dead ring" for Kyle, and Cautter trundled fairly., and Macartney was not even required to sendl down a ball. The plea:-ing featui'e about the Christmas carnival was the nmannerc in whlich the puiblic patronised the games. Even on Saturday the 'takings amounted 'to £209 14/., and the rees'ipts 'f...

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CRICKET FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

RICKE T FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. 9th, 10th and 12th January.--Victoria v. New Zealand, at the Mlelbourne Cricket G(round. INTER-STATE CRICKET,. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. THIRD DAY'S PLAY. Everything wenit against Victoria in the New South Wales mnatcl, and in the enid the home side was completely overwhelm ed. They lost the toss on a good wicket. Then followed the trouble about the cap taincy, and, finally, two at least of the players became arbsolute cripplies during the course of the game. The Victorian bowl ing was weak and without variety, in direct contrast to thai of New South Wales, and the only redeeming. features, from the home point of view were the mannificent display of Baring and the field ing, with one or two exceptions. Carkeek kept wickets splendidly. and did not allow a single b3ye in the course of an innings of 40) runs. - .. ' Baring showed that on his day he is one cf the most ,brilliant batsmen in Australia, and if as time goes on he adds consistency to his otlhe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

SAI.E.-.Flawn Dor" 'rhd l)d Tzcemlwr. 1 . I algs: iro:I--Lrcl:lho , '1 fine, rey "lr,, 1t for Cc n( in0 ' lh, ; 5l rier, c '' flo. Do Pcc. wl i'1 ;cc' Aucgrt. 19g., C 'rhin?c Iiooth --Synpi I:. ! I:, plup. ,'ow\i well: price, A5 5/ S:' 1 '(r.i s, (by Chra (tIc S0ienatror-flrigcnccr Qucer:), Passed in (by (.rCat HILrli-Narrow Es capr. T'hese pullppin acc chri'r, mon!ths old. ;and ar' healthy. Price. .P5 5/ e,(h. -Al o; chaciplonc Jro'cd Bitch Pansed i'n. by (r.vat le art-Nc-rrow ,cvacpe. Ier on3'ly lilter to run has been No IRe serve and Listen to Me, all 'inncrs. Price, £6 0/. W. ?LAMBELL, Birregurra. IREVIIOUND Pups, blue, for Sle-Tyrconnell Oircus--Nell Booth). Clarabelle (The HJarp hore); 29/, or 40/ the pair. G. Phillips, Sunb-cy. CRICKET BATS," SSpecially picked for us in England. Warsop'.s "Acme. ".. .. 15'6 S. Surrldge's " Oval ... .. 7/6 Ilussey's " Demon" ... ... 21/-. S. Surridge's " Hide Bonnd ... - Gunn and Moore's " Cannon " ... 251/. Gunn aud Moore's "Autograph" 3o/ Sp...

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COURSING COURSING GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

B~"NN OOURSINC CO8IP. BY IIOTSPUR. , The brood bitch Peggy, by IIighland Stripes Happy Gem, has a litter of eight (6 blacks and 2 fawns), by Good Odds. Mr. G. Phillips, of Sunbury, who owvns Peggy, informs me that this is a pari:icularly fine litter. ' 'Subscriber," of Berringa, is informed that Vil lage Maid is by Goldsnmith from Mystery, by Painstaker (Rebellion--Wisteria), from Birchrod, by Livingstone--B13irchbroonm. Cour de Lion is by Major Booth from Lady Vagla;n, byBallyvaughan (Royal Dane, nnp.-Lenity), from Bargain, by 1Barwon-Crctonne, by Lindsay Gordon. An English writer says:-"I was able to show -Tom White, Mr. Oscar Asche's greyhound trainer, some of the beauties of the Cotswolds on Saturday, and as the result of a scamper over the country between Stroud and Nailsworth, it is just possible that the colonial bred greyhounds White has brought from Aus, tralia will be trained at the pretty village of Amberley, bordering Minchinhamnpton Common, and within a few yards of the...

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M.A.P. CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

IJ.A.P. CONT?CSTS. A full, varied and attractive programme of boxing, attracted a large audience to Melbourne •Athletic Pavilion on Mondaluy night. The qlamrntity of local talent on exhibition kept .the crowd at ai high pitch of excitement. The carnival berran with a last and furious five round fighlt bctween Pete Fitzpatrick. (7 st. 4 lb.) and Joe Russel (7 et. 9 lb.). Both 'lads were very willing- and eantest, and there were only a few points between them "at the finish. The decision went to Fitzpatrick. Dick Paget (8 st, 5 lb.) -knocked ''Knucker!' Pearce out in the third round of the second five-round contest. Both lads were shaping. well,: and there was a large element of luck -in- the jog- that put Pearce out. The best foughlt of all the minor bouts, however, anld one that roused trnemendous enthusiael, was that be tween "Young. Nuttal (7 st. 1 lb.) and -Fred. Flsnery (7 st. 8 l-b.). The boys were very evenly snatched, and simply "went for" each other for all they were able. F...

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AN ADJUSTABLE COVER FOR MANY PANS [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

A?H ADJUSTABLE UCOVER FOR MANY PANS A cover tha~t will fit any eoolking utensil, pan, idllet or kettle of any size, has re cetly been patented in America and offered for sale. ly extension and contrac tion, it can be adju.sted to any sizd and takes the place of many covers of various sizes. Instead of resting on top o~f the kettle it spiriigs against the inside near the food and keeps all drippings inside the vessel and off the stove. Its dome 'hape. :confines the steam and instres even cook ing on top. Turned over, it can be used to i'eceive the food.

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BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. JACK JOHNSON'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

BOXING CIIHAMPIONSHIP. JACK JOHNSON'S POSITION. The Paris correspondent of the "Sportsman" tates -that the Athletic Conunission of New York ]as agreed to deIirive Jack Johnson of the title of chamiion heavy wecight boxer of the world. In November last, as the outcome of the deci sion. of the International Boxing Union declaring that lthe eclhmnpionship of th, heatvy weight divi Finn is ~aeant Johnson challenged anyone to nic~t. him in a contest and offered to put up a personal takle for £48Uir or £4)(O0. Jack Johnson, whom various boxing as-ciations are endeavoring, on one pretext or another, to ileprive of the title of lhea.vy weight chanmion Ilmxer of the world, lhas written to "'Sporting. Life'' a:nnouncing thl;t he will fight anycue in the world for sa luxse of £6000.

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