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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 March 1924

GEORGE E. T1WCE1T, A.. Mat. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT BIO. P aplls trained from the first stepk mp to a professional standard THE0Rx'0LAS8BS, . f BBM8 ON APPLICATION. ';Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONQ. OWLY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. liCave Bobertson 7 30 & m Arrive Hurrawaog .7.46 a m Leave Burrawang 8am ? Arrive Mobs Vale 8.35 a 0 BK1DKN ; * Leave Mobb Tale 10 a m Arrive Bnrravang 10 35 a'm Arrive Robertson Ham Three Trips Daily from BobertBon, leaving as above also at 12 (noon) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. M- Smellie, bobertson. ARTHUR N. BURTON Real Estate Agent and ; Auctiorieer losnnnce &vC«mBlsslon *K«nt. v District Agent... H 'VilcKey'aFirkn Machinery* BoeapoU'e tamoStflaleB and. Machinery Quirk'* Victory &igu» Oo - , Humphries' Coastal .Motor. Passenger Ser '-Vice, Ac ,Ac ' Next tb jpbe Grand, Bowrak Phone 164, ? ? ? s* JOHN BEAWN & SON, Undertakers^ Fuueral Directors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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CORDEAUX DAM TRAGEDY CONSTABLE SHOT DEAD. ENGINEER SERIOUSLY INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 March 1924

CORDEAUX DAM TRAGEDY [ CONSTABLE SHOT DEAD. ENGINEER SERIOUSLY INJURED In a sensational shooting near Appin on Sunday, a constable was fatally shot and Mr. Clift, resident engineer of the Cordeaux Dam Works, was so seriously wounded that his dying depositions were taken. ? Earlier in the day the constable, James Flynn, went to the Cordeaux Dam works, and took charge of a man named Stinson, who was arrest ed on a charge of breaking and en tering. The services of Mr. Clift were secured to drive the constable and his prisoner to Campbelltown, where the prisoner was to have been locked up. The prisoner was an employee of the works, and he was kept under close watch after his arrest. He was not handcuffed, the constable, who was a man of great strength, evi dently relying on his own ability to hold him. They got into the car together, and the prisoner was seated in the back seat of the car with the con-, stable, and was riding as an ordin ary passenger. Mr. Clift was driv ing his own car...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 March 1924

Local Items. . The annual sports at Wildes Mea dow are fixed for 19th March, with a ball at night. A live committee has prepared an attractive pro gramme for the sports, and the music for the dance* will be of the best. Burrawang Telephone With reference to the request *if the Burrawang Parents and Citi zens' Association, for a telephone service after hours at the local ex change, the Hon. Austin Chapman, M.P., is officially informed that the postmaster, Burrawang, resides on the premises, and states that he or his assistant is available at all times for telephone purposes if required by members of the public. Bowral Band at; The Valley. On Sunday afternoon last, 'the Bowral Association Band paid a visit to Kangaroo Valley, and in the af ternoon, under Bandmaster Vincent, rendered a programme of music, which was listened to with pleasure by the large audience present. They showed their practical appreciation by contributing a sum of money suf ficient to cover the expenses incurred b...

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CUT FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

CUT FLOWERS. Collection Annuals, 10b. 6d.; 5s. Warrawong. Twelve Peony Dahlias, £1 Is. ; 10s 6d D. V. Stroud 1 and champion, Warrawong 2. Collection Dahlias, not more than 24 blooms, £1 Is.; 10s. 6d. Warrawong 1, Mr*. L. E. Webb 2. Twelve Cactus Dahlias, distinct, £1 .Is.; 10s. 6d. Mr*. Webb 1, D. V. Stroud 2. Champion Cactus Dahlia, Certificate. W. G. Bale. Collection Roses, not more than 18 blooms, distinct, £1 le.; 10s. 6d. Warrawong 1 and champion, D. V. Stroud 2. Collection Asters, not more than 12 vases, three blooms in each, 10s. 6d. ; 5s. Warrawong 1, Mr*. Webb 2, Mir*. T. A. F. McCarthy h.c. Collection Cut Flowers, quality to be taken into consideration, not more than 24 vases, £1 Is.; 10s. 6d. Warrawong 1, The Chase 2. Collection Antirrhinums, not more than six vases, 10s. 6d.; 5s. D. V. Stroud I, F. H. Throsby 2. Bowl Annual Phlox, 7s. 6d.; 5s. Warrawong 1, The Chase 2. Vase Six Roses, from bud to full bloom, same variety, 7s. 6d.; 5s. D. V. Stroud. Spike Gladioli, 2s. 6d...

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FLOWERS. Amateurs Only. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

FLOWERS. Amateurs Only. Best Kept Flower Garden, within 1J mile of Moss Vale Post Office, no paid labor to be employed, £1 Is.; 10s. 6d. G. T. Whittaker 1, Mr*. W. T. Hut chinson 2. Collection Asters, not more than six vases, three blooms in each, 7s. 6d.; 5s. Mrs. Knopp 1, Mrs. A. Smithers 2 Collection Peony Dahlias, distinct varieties,' not more than six vases, 10s. 6d.; 5s. W. T. Harrison^ Collection Cactus Dahlias, distinct varieties, not more than six vases, 10s. 6d.; 5s. W. ' T. Harrison. Collection Dahlias, not more than 24 blooms, 10s. 6d.; 5s. W.T. Harrison. Collection Cut Flowers, not more than 18 vases, £1 Is.; 10s. 6d. Mr*. F.- H. Throsby 1, Miss E. Campbell 2. J Collection Gladioli, not more than I four vases, three Bpikes in each, not necessarily distinct, £1 Is.; 10s. 6d. Mrs. E. Phillips 1, W. T. Harrison. Most Successful Exhibitor, £1 Is. W. T. Harrison. Open to All. Arranged Bowl of Roses and own Foliage, no wiring, roses grown by exhibitor, £1 Is.; 10s. 6d. Mrs. L...

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VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

VEGETABLES. Stewards: Messrs. P. C. Bourne, H. Wiles and T. Galbraith. Garden CoHection of Vegetables, grown in Berrinia district, Medal and 15s.; 10s. Warrawong 1, Misses M. and A. Yeo 2. Collection of Vegetables, not less than C varieties, for those who have not won a prize for collection St any previous show, 2 Backs manure (va lue £2 2s.). Rotherwood' 1, A. J. Yendall 2. Collection Cabbage, three of a kind, £1 12s.; 10s. ; S. Murray*'*' Best Three Cdbba&es'in Show, seeds value 10s. tfdr and 2s. 6d. S. Murray 1, Mrs. A. E. 'Thorne 2. Half-doz. White Turnips, 5s.; 2s. 6d. G. W. Bisby 1, A. J. Yendall 2. Half-doz. Swede Turnips (table), 5s.; 2s. Cd. Frank Fordham 1, E. Clarke 2. Half-doz. .Parsnips 5s. ; 2s. 6d. Warrawong 1, Farm Homes 2. Half-doz. Carrots, 5s.; 2s. 6d. Miss M. A. Yeo I, A. J. Yendall 2. 12 Stalks Rhubard, 5s.; 2s. 6d. Farm Homes 1, M. and A. Yeo 2. 6 Lettuce, 5s.; 2s. 6d. Mrs. Alison 1, Warrawong 2. ' French Beans, 6s.; 2s. 6d. A. J. Yendall 1, Mrs. A. E. ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

DAIRY PRODUCE. Stewards: Messrs. H. M. Anderson and H. Monk. Butter, private separator only, not less than lib., 10s.; 5s. Rotherwood 1, Mrs. Alison 2. Butter, one box, not less than 561bs., manufactured for local consumption. To be judged on the following points: Flavor 50, texture 30, con dition 20, £1; Certificate. Dairy Farmers' Co-operative Co. Shoulder Bacon (matured). 10s. G. H. Faulk*. Middle Bacon, ' 10s. G. H. Faulkes 1, H. M. Anderson 2 Ham, 10s. G. H. Faulkes. Lard, 5s. G. H. Faulkes. Dozen Hen Eggs, weight to be con sidered, 5s. ' T. B. Brown; lib. Butter, 7s. 6d.; 2s. 6d. Mrs. Alison 1 T. B. Brown 2. Plate Fancy Butter, 7s. 6d.; 2s. 6d. Rotherwood .1, Mrs. Lanhan 2.

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SWINE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

SWINE. Stewards: Messrs. A. A. Carter (chief), W. Carter, F. Bridge, N. Cox. Berkshire Boar, £2; 7s. 6d. A. E. Rigetsford 1, J. Tickner 2. Berkshire Sow, £2; 7s. 6d. J. Flook 1, J., Tickner 2. Boar, any breed . other than Berk- I shire, £2; 7s. 6d. J. Fiook. I Sow, any breed other than Berk shire, £2; 7s. 6d. J. Tickner 1, F. Flook 2. Sow nad Litter, any breed, £2; 10s. J. Tickner. ., Bacon Pig, -any .breed, about 1201b. £1; 7s. 6d. G- Tickner 1, E. Tickner 2. Three Bacon Pigs, £1 lis 6d; 10s 6d. E.' A. Tickner 1,-G. Tickner 2. Berkshire Boar, 'under 12 months, £1 Is. :'j,' G. Tickner. Pair Porkers, £1 Is. G. Tickner 1,' J. Flook 2.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

Sander and 8one' Fare Vola tile Eaoalypti Extract can be obtaiqe] at. all sbemists and stonr. Titers is no rhoo for patting up fritb in ferior brands, feeoause yon oan obtain ' BANDER'S,' which is not only recognised by the highest medical authorities as the best, but is proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, to oontain antiseptic and healing substances not present in other eucalyptus preparations— banes its powerful and unique curative effect. ' SANDER'S EXTBAOT is specially menntaotured or medicinal use under the oonstant supervision -of a medics! tnan, BANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled (or ccldB, influence, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, ell ibfeotiens diseases, locally for wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, ekin diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDER'S EX TBAOT for ths last 43 je\rs with the very beat results. Once a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result — do good. Only SAN DEB'S EXTBAOT entire my home.' Obtainab...

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THE SHOW HARD-WORKING OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

II THE SHOW I HARD-WORKING OFFICIALS The takings at the gates on each day of the show were: — £ s d * First day .... 33 8 3 Second day' . . 364 12 6 Third Day .... 204 16 8 Too much praise cannot be given to the Secretary, Mr. W. Holt, whose difficult duties were carried out with tact and energy. Judges and Stew ards, too, had a busy time, and earn ed the thanks of the Society for the thoroughness with which they dis charged their onerous duties. The ringmaster and his staff were excep tionally capable and kept that im portant section of the Show working like clockwork. Mr. A. Grace, who accepted the shield on behalf of the Tahmoor Ag ricultural Bureau, gave his Excel lency' an example of Australian op timism. His speech was full of the true Australian spirit. It over flowed with optimism based upon past achievement. Tahmoor was a small Bureau, but it could stand up to the best, and would make a great effort to win the shield next year, even if the big Bureaux did compete. Respondin...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

Local Items. Entries for Moss Vale Flower Show close on Monday. Tender for additions to Progress Association Hall, Hill Top, close on 29th March. On the principal day of the Ber rima District Show 700 cars were parked in the grounds. Messrs. Slack and Co.'s Summer Bargain Sale ends to-day (Friday). There are bargains in every depart ment. On St. Patrick's night a euchre party and dance will be held in the School of Arts, Mittagong. Good prizes and good music. Mr. Theo Small, Bowral, an nounces the arrival of his new aut umn and winter stocks. Particu lars are given on Page 1. Nattai Shire Council announces that a friendly conference in con nection with C. Riding valuations will be held in Kangaloon Hall on Wednesday, 19th March, at 8 p.m. Mr. Clift, chief engineer at Cor deaux Dam, died of the injuries he received in the shooting affray re ported in our last issue. The depe est sympathy is expressed for the be reaved family. Attention is directed to the adver tisements now appearing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

SPECIALIST FOR STOMACH SUFFERERS. If you want quick, sure relief /rom tormenting, weakening indi gestion, gastritis, dyspepsia, or other stomach disorder, just take a little 'Bismag' in water when the pain comes. You'll get instant relief, and feel worlds better forthwith; the preparation is inexpensive, harm less, and is sold in powder and tab let forms by every chemist. 'Bis- mag' is the one thing that lets the stomach-tortured eat what they like in peace — it does more: it lets them enjoy it and get full benefit. This is a health-tip worth trying! NOTE — 'Bismag' is the trade name for Bisurated Magnesia. Al ways see the famous 'Bismag' Oval ! Sign on the package when buying — I and you will then have the world's best remedy.*

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TALLOWEENA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

TALLOWEENA. A purely local storm on the night of the 6th has freshened up the grass and assisted the autumn herb age considerably. Though we have had dry and harsh weather for seve ral months up to last month, sheep have not been in better condition at this season of the year since 1904. The dingoes nave again visited the Gulf country and are killing a number of sheep. Mr. P. Chalke's wool, sold recent ly, brought 28 id in the Sydney mar ket, whilst Mrs. C. Clack obtained 301d. per lb., everything in, for her clip in the shed. A couple of prospectors report having struck a mineral lode in Mr. V. Carton's upstairs paddock, situ ated in the Gulf country, north-west, some seven miles from Talloweena. The assayer stated the minerals are galina, silver and gold.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

? (®i ? ? ? Dodbe Brothers motor CAR □vera 90% of One Million Still in Service Since delivering their first car, early in December, .1914, Dod*e Brothers have , manufactured and sold one million vehicles. Over 90% of all these cars are still in active service. This striking fact stands alone — a unique and overwhelming tribute to the principles and methods responsible for a product of such enduring worth. QUICK ACTION BRAKES EXTRA LARGE AND CXTRA SAFE Touring, Roadster, Imported £420. Imported £410. Australian £390. Australian £330. h «, v. * Standardised Motors Limited 376-278 CA5TLE REACH STREET. SYDNEY ? ? ? !© ? : ? Cars ! Cars ! Cars ! TO HOLIDAY AND PLEASURE SEEKERS To Beauty Spots in and around Bowral & South Coast. Weddings, Picnics and Balls Catered For. Cars available to any part of State by Experienced Drivers Trains Met at all Honrs— Day or Night. Drivers always at Gatage Buick aud Studebaker Cars. Cars Washed, Cleaned and Greased, and made Ready for the Roads Ca...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT RACING CLUB. AN IMPORTANT MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

BERRIMA DISTRICT RACING CLUB. AN IMPORTANT MEETING In response to a call from the committee to consider the present position of the JJerrima District Rac ing Club, an unusually large and re presentative meeting of members as sembled at Moss Vale on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Blomfield was in the chair. He explained that the response of horse- 1 owners at the last meeting had heen so disappointing that the committee thought they should place the posi tion before the members. Mr. Mack explained the difficulties that had arisen owing to the clash with other fixtures and the lack of public support. The two meetings had resulted in the reduction of the overdraft from £90 to £40, but this had been due mainly to donations. A long discussion ensued. The concensus of opinion was in favor of continuing the operations of the club, but it was also desired that the overdraft be liquidated before the next season's meetings were held. There was also a strong feeling that the membership fees should b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

EARNED. NOT BOUGHT. How hard it often is to earn and maintain a good reputation, and how easy it is to lose one. Ab with a man's reputation, so it is with other things in this life. Some things achieve a reputation which stays with them. They are founded on intrinsic value. They face the pub lic, backed up by honesty, and work their way quietly and thoroughly. People want ' no better proof of merit than is contained in the fol lowing experience: — Mrs. Harry McAlister, 85 Clinton Street, Goulburn, says: — 'About five years ago my son had a bad attack of ' bronchitis, and although he got over his illness all right, it left him with very weak kidneys. This caused his back to ache fearfully, and he could hardly move without suffering torture. The kidney se cretions became affected and con tained a red sediment. I bought several kinds of medicine for him, but none of them gave him any per manent relief, and he suffered on in spite of the treatment. At last I heard of Doan's Backache Kid...

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BILLIARD MATCH. SCHOOL OF ARTS SHIELD WON BY BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

BILLIARD MATCH. SCHOOL OF ARTS SHIELD WON BY BOWRAL. The final, match of the 1923-24 season for the School of Arts bil liard shield, was played at Moss Vale on Wednesday night between the lo cal and Bowral representatives, the result being a win for the visitors by five games to two. The conditions of the competition were that the shield must be won three timeB in succession, and the Bowral team having achieved its third victory now retains the shield permanently. Some of the games were close and cxciting. The best break of the evening was made by Mr. Fisher Webster, of Bowral, who compiled 41 in good style. A very enjoyable time was spent by all concerned. Scores: — R. Cornwall (Bowral) 92 v. N. Brown (Moss Vale) 150. E. M. Huthnance (B.) 160 v.'0. Knopp (M.V.) 122. G. E. Huthnance (B.) 150 v. H. Toose (M.V.) 116. H. Fisher-Webster (B.) 119 v. N. Cox (M.V.) 160. A. W. Bye (B.) 160 x. H. White I (M.V.) 144. J. Lee (B.) 150 v. P. Malone I (M.V.) 106. A. Savell (B.) 150 v. Dr. Charlto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

Poultry Pigs Calves WE ace pleased to advise intending consignors and Dairy Farm ers geuerally I bat arrangements have been definitely made to conduct Auction Sales of POULTRY, PIGS & CALVES. ae under : ? PIGS Abattoir Sale Yards, Humebuob Bay, TUESDAYS. ? CALVES Abattoir Sale Yards, Homebueb Bay, WEDNESDAYS POULTRY Mnnicipal Poultry Markets, TUESDAYS, THURS DAYS, FRIDAYS. The services of MR. E. A. FRASER, of MOSS TALE, Lave been secured as AUCTIONEER, and all business will be conducted in an efficieut manner by a capable staff. We solicit trial consignments. TheBerrimaDistrictFarm and Dairy Co., Ltd. 'CO-OPERATIVE DISTRIBUTORS,' S17SSB3C ST., SYDBfHY. BOWRAL PHARMACY (ADJOINING GRAND HOTEL) Personally Conducted by S. A. MOSS, M.P.S. (by Exam). * of Rose Bay, Vaucluse. Will residents of Bowral and surround ing districts please note that my Pharmacy is now connected by TELEPHONE, and the No. is 286 Orders received and deliveries made at any hour. Correct, Upto-date Methods, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

Piekards Ltd. for Suits to Measure. TWO EXTRA SPECIALS. No. 1, Men's Suits to Measure, magnifi cent range of Tweeds, 84s Suit. No. 2. Highest Grade Woollens, includ ing Irish Tweeds, Pencil Stripes, English Leather Tweeds, and Australian All Wools. The Suits to Measure are smartly Tailored, with hip pocket and permanent turnup, at -£5 the Suit. If you are thinking of a New Suit for XSaster, order now at PICKARDS LTD.. The House for Value & Variety, BOWRAL. ; DR. R. CRAWFORD SALOP1A . . BOWRAL. Surgeon Dentist, May be consulted at above address daily. it. iMiiij: rtiu Solicitor, Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong, Attends at bis office, bowrai, (Mi Ij. B. Wheeler's, Accountant), rvcrj FRIDAY, 8 a.m. till 1 p.m.; and ul MITTAGONG every THUltSDAI, Irom S a.m. to I p.m., at Mt. NoaVs Newecgcncy, Money to Lend at Lowest Kate*. t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR. BKOSS VA:I.XI. C0HM ISSION K U FOR AFFIDAVITS. Trust Funds to Loud at lottist rates. Visits Miltegoug every Friday moruitg and c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

GEORGE E/ VINCENT, A. Mat. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMOMY, GOUNTERPOINTi BTO. PaplU trataed from the first steps Bp to a professional standard THEORY CLASSES. TERMS ON APPLICATION. ' Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONG, DAILY MOTOR SERVICES j, Robertson to Moss Vale § via Burrawang. Leave Robertson 7.80 a m Arrive Hurrawang 7.46 a m Leave Burrawaog 8 Arrive Mobb Vale 8.36 a m RETURN i Leave Mobb Vale 10 s m ?Arrive Barrawaog 10.86 a'm Arrive Roberteop .11 a m Three Trips Daily irom BoberUon, leaving as above ateo at 12 (dood) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. BE- Smellie, ROBERTSON. ARTHUR N. BURTON Real Estate Agent ant) Auctioneer Iiisurnnre Cormmisslsn AkcdI. 'district Agbnt -( . ? . H VMcKay'e Farm Machinery _ ? 1 1 Kuzaootl'fi Famous Gates add Machinery Quirk'a Victory Light Co bnnphries? Coastal^ Motor Paisenger per* '? vice, &o.f £o - ? Next to The Grand, Bowral. Phone 164, - , . ? j STATION STREET, BOWRAL JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Underiakers&fuueial Directors . (Established 40'Vears...

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