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COMMERCIAL. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

COMMERCIAL Friday Evening. In the import market inquiries hare been brisker to-day than for some time {pact, end generally a better feeling Menu to hare been induced by the tenor of the neve to band. In breadstcffs, the only transaction of import ance via the sale of 6.000 bushel* of wheat ex Dominique* Hermanns, at a price which ha* not been nude public. Floor remains un settled, and no reliable quotatloni can be given. In malt, the demand continues active, bat holders do not Mem anxlocs to operate. Ten shillings and upwards Is belngasked, but we have heard of one bin chancing hands at fie. 6d.net cash. Balk and bottled beer mani fests an upward tendency. Brass's stout, a trade lot, has changed hands at 9a, and in quantities, at 8e.l0td. In balk brandy, also, the news to hand of a probable scarcity in this season b crops, has caused the market to lookup: no transactions, however, were re ported. For com sacks, to arriw, 21a. are freely offered. In cheeses, North Wilts sales have be...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SYDNEY. Fbhut. The Fort MaoQuarie pilot report* finding aome wreck, irappoeed to be a portion of the tchootur Onldlng Star,for 8ydney,'lortpro bably during the laet gale*. ' Tte polio* hate giren op the Maroh for , tiralg and party. JaaM Stewart, tried at Baihnrrt fa mor Mt| hi* raate at Fort Bocik^ he* lio, •entonoefi to death. Bntiatn wr Quiet, tpecoUtots awaiting mailt arrlraL Fineflour, CO; eeoonda,£21; bran,!*, fid. ArTinsd.—Chmce, from South Sou; Knf liner, from the Mauri ti a*. Sailed.—City Of Adelaide, forhteiboom*; Highlander, for Sobart Town; Son 4oa!a fa 8ooxbee,witheergoofrloe. i ADELAiDB, Farnir.. The Anembly to-day paired a Neolutlon granting to any oompaoy who will oonatauct a railway northward* to Fort Ingeitta, foot . agnate mile* of land on each aide oith* line. Sale* won made or moke to-day at 31a Teaeaad auger firm at former quotation* Sales of wheat, 9i. 8d. at Port. Floor, £23 to £24. Beat brands of eouthem whale oil realized at aactlon ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICA FEDERAL ATTACK ON MOBILE.—THE PASSAGE OF THE HARBOUR FORCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

Oar litest news from New York extends to the 10th August. The principal item is a confirmation of the report of the passage of the Hobile forts by Admiral Farraeut'e fleet. The accounts received of the aflair arertill ffi£*6Te' chiefly fiom Confederate ir^rceei a teems that, on the 6th inBt. the m6®' 'teamed into the harbour as far a® Fort Morgan, which defends jt. Here an eogBgejment took piece beweeu the Federal iw iu e Coffaierate flotilla and forts. Fort Morgan succeeded in sinking one tnoni J"; b,Bt. en the other band, the cuin££d Confederate flagship and ram, the Tennessee bad to surrender after a desperate!reaiste "J®1 'n which the Confederate Admiral Bo chanan lost a leg and was taken prisoner. The Stlma was also captured, and the Gaines • drirt n ashore, whilst the Morgan saved her self by fading away, It was frrther stated 1 n5 me k?®?11 fleet 8ad reached the city attacking other works. Hera °°me to ?n-tnd- The fleet under rairagnls command is stated to be by far &...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY REVISITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY EE VISITE D. Br a QusaaiuBDBB. The general opinion of stringers about Syd ney is, that it h Toy like London, and there is mut& troth in the opinion j for the Sydney people are qnite ar ardent pleasure-seeker* aa the oockneyi are, and they hare the aama nos ckalami air towards straugen, and the aatne seeming indifference to the "affairs of state," or to any other than their own concerns, that the cockney haa. The 'hue boys, too, are qaite aa "cockney," and perhaps a little mote ao, than the London 'bus boya; and the names given by them to the places to which their omnibuaca run would pnule the moat renowned philologist. They sing out, " Newteawn," " Padintsn," " Gkpoint," and " Umulooo," in every possible key, and if the destination were not legibly painted on every omnibus, you might try in vain to learn it than thepreco cioiis 'baa boys . And cow comers to Sydney get nicely raced by the cabman, which re minds than of London as toon aa ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

TOWH NEWS. Tbe meeting held yesterday afternoon, to consider what means should be adopted to relieve tbe distress existing in Melbourne and other parte of tbe colony, was numerously attended, the hall of the Mechanics' Institute, tn which it took place, being well titled. The Mayor ci Melbourne, who had convened the meeting, in compliance with a requisition, oocnpied the chair; and the speakers included Mr. E. P. 6. Start, police magistrate, the Rev. M. B. Becher, the Rev. H. H. P. Hand field, Mr. H. Beanchamp, Mr. The*. Dick re n, end others. Three resolutions were { adopted unanimously. The fiat affirmed that " there appears to be a lamentable amount of destitution in and around Melbourne and other centres of population within the colony, chiefly arising among families who, through distress, death, or desertion, have been de prived of their natural protectors, and that the means at the command of existing chari table institutions are insufficient to meet the immediate call for aid...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AUGUST MAIL FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE AUGUST MAIL FROM ENGLAND. The Peninsular and Oriental steamship Madras, detained in the Indian Ocean by strong adverse winds, reached the anchorage in Hobson's Bay on Thurs day evening, two days after her time. The following items of news are called from the English papers — GEBMANY AND DENMARK. The question of the German Duchies, as Schleswig and Holstein must now be called, appears to have made no further progress during the week towards a settlement. The French Payt save that Austria and Prussia have come to a complete understanding as to the dirpotal of the Duchies. The claims of the Date of Oldenburg will be advaaoed.bat Prnssla still not quit the Duchies without obtaining political, territorial, and military compensation, ana Austria srill agree to what she asks. The information Is said to be based on a telegram from Vienna, hut it has been found among the speculations of correspondents for weeks past A Berlin semi-official paper states that the delay in fixing a provision...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXPLORATION AT CAPE O[?]WAY. (FROM THE WARRNAMBOOL EXAMINER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

EXPLORATION AT CAPE OT7TAT. { (rson THE WAEHKAHBOOL EXAMISER.) We have received the following letter from IIr. Meet, who is now exploring the Cape | Otway Eanges for gold:— Cape Otway Eanges, Oct. 1. Dear Sir,—On the 19th alt we commenced ] ainkiDg a few feet from the hole from whence we obtained the prospect brought to town; we were then close to the rnnuing water of the creek. When about three feet down we came to drift gravel, which I ran through thecrMJ" and obtained from drift eeegsSST^ "fr* of fine gold. to Hriftlc* and fire feet we came —a^rritimber, which had evidently been '..ashed down at the same time aa the gold, and in its vicinity were qusrtx, trarat sand, large pieces of a coarse green sandstone, rolten elate, which we washed through the cradle and obtained about fifty specks i of fine gold. We tried on the follow- j ing day to bottom, bat could not owing to the quantity of water. We then commenced another abaft on the opposite side of the creek, 't which we bottomed ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WIMBLEDON MEETING. (FROM THE TIMES OF JULY 18.) SUNDAY IN CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE WIMBLEDON MEETING. (FftOK THE TIMES Of JULY 18.) IS1SAT XM CAMP. Yesterday (Sunday) the encampment pre sented a Very interesting spectacle. It has been always sml to hold Divine service on the Common upon the Sunday Intervening between the two weeks' competition, and thfB year the Archbishop of York kindly con sented to preach a sermon appropriate to the crouton, ana travelled up Item his pro wince in order to do so. To the large umbrella marquee, which has already prored so useful In other cap act (lee, waa accordingly imparted aa much the air of a military cbapel as clrcumstauoes would per mit. A reading-desk end pulpit wen erected and covered with the Union Jack, and seats were disposed oommodiously around ao that as many anditon as possible might bs accom modated, while those whom the limlta of the tent could not contain ware enabled to see and bear overthe heads of the sitting portion of (Le congregation. When all had taken tbclrplaca the aspect of the assembly was ririking...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOLUNTEERS. INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE VOLUNTEERS. INTKKCOWKUl BIFIifi MATOB. 7Yu«tttctea flneloomrrtnio»d>blohit ii proirtfid to hold nmoug the twntyfour select d competitors fcere Ukcn pleoe—ano , cd Fi lcioj.the other on Stturdiylnit. Fii0*3> Wat set* &VOTt»Wfi dv, Itho vied being turogMtd ipeteedy, nnd the light dull; ihI ihet itavr^pfM^lciw riftpuB could bardlyfiod nf»aHwJth thpwe^btr, Measri.. M'Ew»hond..fl«rgDodrai^,tbe mlly fine scores of J&'ptMllSO, lpthelr forty rounda. The fidl^ooreerfi^ihpoUag In these com peUtio'ni.- ht Joiir 'fingei only, ore »p pemfrdt-' f,:.. . ,:■. Oorpt. fdlBJiT. lUcntney 1M . Dauglu .. . Btlinfbrd.. , Fiwcclt .. OepMnlrrlng . Unit Tngpteum Knight .. . SxiimMT. Utms .. Ucut Soigood . liuutpcy Lieut. Tempi eton Opt. Couonmen. l«ay LougUi ,. Wrielit .. Oqiuis Inrlng .. Knight ., Fewectt ,, It * H. V. B. SU K.A Bo. K. OLE. 10. B. Bt. K. A. ttt.ll.Il cd. a it* etas. w. A. Od.». etMii i UMtll There will be foot oompetltIoni thle week commencing on Wednesday. WitLUMB...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INSOLVENCY LAW REFORM. LETTER V. [?] TARY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

INSOLVENCY LAW RE PORK. LnrnV. to CBS BOB. ?AttJH iftOUAOH, CBXST UOftl* CAST OF TIOTOXIA. Sir,—li> SootUcd. when the cooria awaid a atqneebtttaa of the actataa ol an inwdnat, the cwMtaa become retted In hit wbola catate. habi8. aa to apeak, cooatttated toor and dleblbntUttbe aaaett anoagUwaaclwc, aoPQrthjtolhSr reqwtiTe (Watutil* nak ilv elect e tmatoe, who la tfcair manner mrfre^en^fc^ audi . ownmunbn of thrw MB^WoBen^'ariio t M'i ita&dltiK ooa&oSltA tbe thMM Awl rn pwwtwp uuvuum tr \ti If to wdM.ni he reaorUfor adrioeaod dliecitett In ttw epeiae et Ma ed*hditei5&sihw 6= la nnneoeiaaty Us oocmJU the i adtaa. The commlaooeeis aodUon wddoe.cl* wtdtM'wkrtjil to tttln — ~ 'l : - —, _ twwuie wwt vt— IndldaltaweMiialiiwUytegatfain . - . - tetalet , fowhwtft. 'ApMttu ... ikl IBtthWBfi ttnd to'ti wHtfctt ooJMSWt of tboft^fMitii ci«riUirrwlo«edebUj£a)oraprf»rd*oroltii mbotioim*»w*£lc ttOOoropmnU. 'i'heclerV ofoe 0uwm on low petiUou *" mxhx" otMiiwilling th* -•*« ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOD'S POINT SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

WOOD'S POINT SHAKE MABKET. Mr. Richard OHeardon, of Woodfc Point, furniihee the fbUowlDf report of toe looal (hue market, under date Oct 8 r— " I hen to Xpert amtriiiuahla rnrttemml hare during tbe put week, m It lieninu known that, is addition to the All KukaWenatatnc, to wUeh eoraoth iatcreat wu attacked, trial woUap of the etono from the Uodtfrae and hntna Cold-mining Oom peny, the Alabetm, thiOanadhu, endtheflhartuton Bectawme to takeplacn. The melt tat all hu baas moat fcnaiUt Uent et atone from the Uobbw and Fane-tree Ooupany hating klren tharichfauan of DHL fidwt., eroding the ldth ebama in thb ootn paay (ran £000 to tax, novated. Tbedlefaelca tbe name reeult. There la no return yet froro tbeCkarleetotL Up to Saturday bat UOOoa. of gold biroau In turn lUtlliUat, atpstat at about 160 tnwe <d thair atone. thk qdaadld naolt hu aant op thair aerip to £00, with a pnapaet of aeelnga Upar price badsn the piaaanl croahii^ia orer, aa the atone DOW bring got out la richer th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

UALLARAT MINES. Wef*r<*. James Smitb, Croyle, OldbMB* Ditch burn, WbU.t KlugtOD, and James Bnkcr, repoil as follows •• BAttARAt, Saturday Evening.—Tho scrlpslnmost of our leading companies have fully maintained the price* quoted In tur last week's report, aud Uiere liM been a nilr»mount (4 burners done, with *« cyidcut desire to purchase In those claim* which promise to give substantial and permanent returns for the oapltai invest* d. and, sneaking generally, we may my Urn the mining protpt-cu of th e district never looked hoalUitcr, aca a large anioant of business is ^tj ci liated as soon as a number of claims (amougit which we may mention the Great Gulf, LcvUilttn, Alston and w'cwttfsJe, and Clc}'»ei*) shall hsve. brokun through. A good deal of attention It now boing dl r- p " - " - • —y# 0f wntc** reeledto warn* the Hand-ln-Iland Company, < we took a cursory notice in our last report, concern ing the boundary line proposed t> bo drawn betweon than and the...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

GENERAL NEWS. The Gtatgoa JBttning Gtaen understands (bat Baron Marocbetti has arrived in that town to arrange about a site for the Albert monument. The Maharajah Dhuleep Singh, the local journals report, is expected with the Maha ranee to arrive at his estate at ElveJon, near Thtlford. Norfolk, in the course or next month. The Maharajah, while raiding on his estate last autumn and winter, was a fre quent visitor at the village school, and some times undertook to instruct the children. The Prince has made many improvements on his estate, and appears anxious to iultil his duties as a country gentleman in an exem plary manner. A case was heard at Woolwich Police Oourt oa Monday, from which it appsare that Federal crimps are increasing in audacity, and that they are tampering with the allegi ance of British soldiers iu our home barrack rooms. A man was brought before the magistrate on a charge of inducing privates in the Royal Engineers to desert and join the Federal army. He was detec...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

MELBOUfiNE SH&BE M&BEET. Meier*. Baillie end Batten report u fol lows;— Siiruu, Oar. 8. Tbe stock and Au* uuket pmUr conttnira u baojont u enr, although aome fluctuation fan ha experienced In aevenl of the bitter known mlntn* cnmptnlw. in wbkh a ilight downward tendency bii been IML. On the whole, howoier, than hut—thee cxoilenresit, end the tone dectdfldiy hielthlBr. Una ■eOani in Oorornment eeearitiei fan** been rather drcnxnicrlbed. A lev Victoria Oomment GU pv Genu, hire changed hud! at CIU| and AIM. Otego Garer—eat Eight pee Oenta. hare bun dand from the market it AIM, and Uhn nominally ' •A£1C8, andebaw Utile dUpodtloo tomheeena it that figon. Hclboartie Bit!KXJ Sight jwr Oeot. debenture hire been Hid brail A10L Then ere nomon offered, elthoagh the an prk* li ittll ob lilmbir. Callingvoad On Bbrht per Oenle., end BiUarlt Water KSght per CenU, hue been inquired tee. Ko edllen in either. A panel e( Danedin Bvboar deboBtarge, payable in London, DaneAn, er tihimiia...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

GREECE. The accounts from Greeca are rather on favourable. The Ccphalonian depntiee have, it ie stated, proposed to tho National Assembly of Athene, that Candia, Epirus, and Thta relv should be " peacefully" annexed to Greece. The Saltan of Turkey will probably be slightly moved at the mention of inch a proposition. Private letters from Athens state that King George simply amuses himself with reading French novels, dancing, and feasting on board the men-of-war of foreign countries which happen to be tn Greek waters, and riding and walking about with out any state show. Meanwhile Count Spon neck has bad all the corruption of Otho'e reign to contend with, and all the confusion of the Provisional Government to rectify. Of course, being au honest man, he .is be coming unpopular, and wishes to go home The condition of the country is said to be growing worse and worse every day; street fights are of frequent occurrence, brigandage prevails, and trade is falling off.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AJAX MINING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

AJAX MINING ASSOCIATION. The quarterly general meeting of the mem bers of this association was held on Saturday, at the offices in Eliiabitli street. There was a numerous attendance of shareholders. Mr. Bates was called to the chair. The report stated that daring the quarter the mining operations had not resulted so satisfactorily as could be desired, as the yield of gold had not been more than sufficient to cover the working expenses. The board had carried ont the rjcommenda* tion given at the last meeting, and had opened an account with the Union Bank. They had also had nnder their consideration the desirability of bringing the company under the limited Liability Act. This re quired the consent of a majority in number and value of the shareholder*. Attention was directed to the large amount of outstanding liabilities which appeared on the face of the balance sheet by the additional list of accounts which bad been rendered alnoe the former one was made op. These debts were in ezoan...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

SPADf. An important political movement appear! to be going forward in Madrid, on which the outer world i» very elightiy informed. The lateat tdegiwna from the fipaoiih oapltal merely atate that an officer and aome ear gt-ante of the regiment 8aboya had been triad foreootpincy and acacltted. and ttat the city waa quiet. The Iberia newepapar, how ever, connect! the expohdon of the Hbeml General Prim from Madrid with the mutiny of the Sahara tetimant A far don after the regiment ehoared atgna ofineu nomination thegeneral waa aent too*and (old bemost travel. Be objected, and he waa iton told to moat retire to Coronnn. Again neoldtoted.aad ha waa Imperativelylaformad that to moat leave ttw oamtal and amide in * ei^ not Mumoted with itby a raiiaay. B* ohoae Oriodo, Jo which, it appear*, there U a rail/ray tor part of the aittacoe wpaiattng It from the ■ "' to IboataUoa capital. Bii route to thettaUon waa adror tiiied, bat tbe Government nrged Mm to change it. He did so, bnt be wee neverth...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Tnr Corrsa Mines.—The report fVoui tho Vudanamutaua and Biinman Mines go to dis prove the statements which hare recently been made to their detriment. Captain Authouy, of the Biinman, reports, under date 17th September, the following operations dur ing the jwst mouth—Driving 20-falhom level, No. 1 shaft ; sinking winze between ten and fifteen fathoms, No. 2 shaft; driving 10 fathom level south of Big Bunch ; driving 10 fathom level north, No. 4 shaft ; and breaking ore in the stopes. Throughout all the work ings the yield of ore has been most satisfactory, while due regard has been paid to the ven tilating and properly laying open the mine for future working. The slopes at the bottom of the 10 and tho top portion of Big Stopes continue to give rich ofe in as largo quantities as ever, and tho levels north and Bouth at the 20 are allowing large deposits of grey and red oxide and black ore. There arc over 100 tons of dressed ore and about seven tons pig copper ready fo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA. THE BATTLE BEFORE ATLANTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE CAMPAIGN IN GBOBGIA. «a bmv bhou atubt^ The eoneapoadentof the Sag Tori Tint* fnroiahea the fallowing deecriptioo of the battle before AllantaoTJnly.28: "The enemy, eaUdpatiog 8bmnan'e de sign* upon bit left, Tnaaand fltewarrt oorpa, , composed of about SO,000 men, apon our ridbt.and attacked Lwao forlornly, • little ; bane noon, with infantry and artillery. Logan had sot Into a pretty good potraou, luckily, and had thrown up a line of rode rifle-pita along the whole front of the 16th J Oorpa, After brink aklrmiahlng on both aider, and contflderaUa artillery demonstration* «• uivitir, and Martin's u.6«™ v. dashed acroai an open Arid Into a pacob of j .•code, and tweed cmr flank, when about two ; home of hard fighting took place, at the termi Melon Of woioo time ho0s ug mccauiauT .manapd to extricate htmaelf from bit peril eoa (itaation. Thia wu about two o'clock. jFromtbi* time till between ton and fire the jputkefejrfliawat terrible, vtrr little ertWery ; being need by the enem...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

LATEST DATES. — j Per Port. Per Tole gTmm. Sept. 1 Aug. 24 San Fhancwoo .. Cafb of Good Horn .. ..! July 10 July IB india and tub baif. Hong Kong .. Aug.27 Shanghai ♦ . Aug. SO Japau •• J ul>* 13 Singapore .. Aug. 6 Batavia .. .. Aug. 81 Calcutta.. .. Aug.SI lladrma .. Colombo., ttangoon.. , .. .. Oct. Brisbane .. Sept. 28 Bockharapton.. Sept. 28 Adelaide ..Oct. 8 Port Dcnieon .. Sept. 10 Launoeeton ,, Oct. 8 Hobart Town .. Oct. 7 Perth (W. A.) .. Aug. 25 australian colomw. Otag» .. Auckland Tarasaki tfelaon .. Wellington JnvercargiU Lytlelton

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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