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"DIZZINESS" [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

'- DIZZINESS ' Is a very common consequence of indigestion and torpid liver. Some times there are Bpoli before the eyes, and bit flushes. At other times a senbation of vertigo occurs, at once suffocating and blindincr. It is a waste of time to attempt to cure this condition by ordinary means or remedies The stomach and or g«DB of digestion mnd nutrition must be restored to healtby activity, the blood must be ?purified, the liver cleansed and Strengthened, the hidneye to work properly at nature intended, before s cure. can. be gjfcfa for. /This is the _work Dr. Sonie's Indian' Boot Pills do. They strengthen the stomach, puri fy; the blood, cleanse the oloiwed liver, give the kidneys ihe help they require, and promote ;the heoltb oi every organ ot#e body. '' Having been a suffertfrffrom biliousness and headaches, si(Bi*ried different medi cines, also doctors' powders for the head, and getting no relief from them, seeing Dr. Mtjrse's. Indian Root Fills advertised, I^purohased a bottle,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items Interest [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

'?-Itein^onnterest The fam-r*V;.of VerJi, the famous Italian composer, was attended by no less than 100,000 people. Th« Bey! 'P. J. M'Glone died at Lilhgow within t»o hours of being thrown from Kis horse on Thursday. A phenomenal heat wave is reported to be pissing over (lie western part of the Stute. ? Most of the bodies buried at the Devonshire strent Cemetery, Sydney, are being I amoved (o tliat at Waver ley. The New South Wales cricketers closed their first innings on Friday for 170 runs. JTictoria lost live wickets for 66. The bowlers had the be-ib uf it. Umpire Orocltett frequently ' no balled 'Marati. Foxes are becoming very numerous in the Balranald district, and they are being trapped daily near the town. The Orient liner Oroya suited on Saturday for London with GO 10 boxes of butter for the English market. A bosh fire which took place in the Alhury district nn Friduy raced along at a high speed, and covered 23 miles in three hours.; Unexpec{e4i«id heavy claims for asalstan...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In Legal Terms [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

In Legal Terms Snid a judge once : ' If I were to give you an orange I would simply say, 'I give yon this orangn;' hut should the tiansactton !-e entrusted for. a lawyer to put in writing, he would adopt this form : 'I hereby gtve/grant, and convey to yon all mv interest, ngnr, title, ana advantage ot and in said orange, toyth'tr with its rind, Elrin, pulp, juice, and pips ; and all rights to and advantages therein, with full power to bito,.sook, or other wise rat fame or give away with or without the rind, skin, pulp, juion, or pips j anything hereinbefore stated, or any other deed or deods, instruments Df any nature or kind vhatnonvRr to the contrary notwithstanding.' ' I

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Funeral of the Late Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

Fnneral of the Late Queen. I The funeral of our late lamented] wvereign Queen Victoria began, tin' Friday afternoon, when the coffin %Cs taken from the improvised chapel at Onborae. From the Queen's Gate, to] Trinity Pier troops with arms reversed] ind beads bowed lined the streets.] IVeive bluejackets and the Highland servants bore the coffin to a khaki golored gun-carriage, and the great State crown was placed at the head. Behind tbe coffin were two naval offi cers, then King Edward, supported on the right by Emperor William, and on the left by tbo Duke of Connaugbt. There then walked two linn of Prince*, the Queen Consort, and Princesses. As the train emerged from the house two ot the Queen's pipers played 'The Lament of tbe Black Watch,' and kfter it ' Flowers of the Forest.' Outside the grounds massed bands played funeral marches, while church bells knelled. The coffin was so placed on the Alberta that it was plainly visiblo to all. Tbe wrappings drawn aside disclosed a dais co...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The January Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

/ '' The January Bainfall. On Friday Mr. Russell issued the monthly rainfall chart, -from which it appears that only tbe small areas io ant) also about Wentworth, Moree. and Warialda, had rsin above the average- Air the highlands and coast bad rain from one inoh up to 6ve inches, but in all parts excepting those already indicated the rain was below the average. West of the highlands to the Darling the rain was very light, and west of the Darling no rain fell, except a few local - showers here and there.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Robertson A. and H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

I Bobertson A. and H. Society.;; The monthly meeting of tho above toeuty was held on Xfaunday last. Present: Mr.j R. W. Mom. (chair). Mnsn. E. Williamsj W. Noble, W. Breoker, U. E. HindmanU W. P. Brenning, J GUroy, W Vandenbergb ,' H. Bell, J. T. Hayter. J. V. Wood, H.l Utehfitld, R. M'Evill;, U. Brooket, W.I ?Orahain, and K. U. Verguaon (boa. sett). 1 ? Mr. Wood was appointed anietant seore-l ?tary, and Mean. Oortu and White warel ?deputed to look after aide ahowa, to. 1 I It was decMed that the right to two pob-1 ?lioana'andonerefreihraeDt booth for the] ?forthmmrag show be offered at anotion ml ?Feb. 9th. . I I The following paid offiolals were appolatedj ?for the next ahow :— Gatekeeper, John] fUessiagfaem ; tloket-aeller, C. B. Ktogj] Mght-watchman and caretaker, J. 8. Arm-1 I Itwaa nnmitnonaly deoided to ask Mr.l lAlsian 'er Campbell, M.L.A., to open thel Uowod Friday, let Uarah, aod the aecre-l Itary waa tnatruoted to make ?ppUattion toi uave tbttjdty proalaimed a piiblic hol...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Period of Mourning. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

The Period of Mourning. Toe following ?? Gazette' Extraor dinary baa been issued by the Com monwealtt Premier : — ' His Excellency the Governor Gen eral directs the following additional notification to be made with respBct to the periods of general mourning for her late Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria':— 'His MdjeBty'e subjects in. the Commonwealth will not. be expected' to wear deep tnournrajc after the 6th day of March next. Aut it is requested that half-mournibg be worn thereafter until the l?th day of April next.'

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Public United In Memoriam Service at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

tobHc knifed In Meinorlnm j : SerHce at Bowral. A united In Memoriam Service was] held in the fiownl School of Arts on] Saturday afternoon. The hall had bean tastefully draped, the black and white drapings' .about the platform] being reUaved by Australian flag*,] and in a pronasent position at the n-ar of tlin nl'B*«#i^m vma a Innra nhntn of our late Queen drapsd in purple! with a band across bearing the insorip-l Won 'Bowral mourns her loss.' A| -large wreath was placed in front of thel table. There was a very large attend-l anee, the H Company of Infantry and! [tht members of the various Friendly] 'Societies marched to the hall, and the] iFire Brigade; was also represented.] [The Mayor, Aid. A. Stephens, presided,] [and with him on the platform were! [the Revs. E. Btastey Wilkinson] [(Churoh of England), M. Maddsrni UWesleyan), O. A Gordon (PresbyJ [terian), A. W. Parton (Primitive iMethodist), and Aldermen J. J. Camp (bell, F. B, Kyngdon, and J. M I . The proceedings opened with ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrible Experience in a Typhoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

Terrible Experience in n Typlioou. The US. Government transpoit Leelnnow which lias arrived at Man ila, reports a terrilile exprrience with the curgo of mules mid horses which she carried for use in the Philippines. The typhoon was encountered jusb a few days out from Manila, and then begun a 'errible time with the stock. The ' Manila Times ' sayB :— ' The nctui wtutueu in n coutuiuai aetugc over the vessel, and slie was tossed up and down like a cork. As a result the mules were thrown down, taking in their full their stall-parlitionB and landing on the oilier innles adjneont. The teamsters made heroic attempts to rescue those which were down and place them on their feet, but all their efforts were rendered vain by the in cessant pitching of the vessel. They were finally compelled to give up in despair. By 12 o'clock that night not a mule was left Btanding, and half of them were dead. Those, who saw the terrible holocauBt say they will never forget it. Some of the mules had their le...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

I The federal Elections. ] By advertisement in to-day's issufi] ft will be »eea thut Mr. Ajex. Hay, of] Kkwlaogatta, who is oontepting the III llawarra electorate as a supporter on |Mr. Barton's policy, will speak atl ?Exeter to-night (Tuesday), at Mao ] lohester Square tomorrow (Wednesl day) afternoon at 3 p.m., at SuttonB Forest to-morrow night, and nt Berl rinia on Thursday nighf. Daring the! past fortnight Mr. Hay his baen ad I dresting crowded meetings at various! south coast towns, and has been well! received everywhere. I It has 'been announced that Mr! IKidd, M.L.A., who was spoken of asl a candidate for Illawarra, will seek] election to tbe Senate, and that be will] bnpport Mr. Hay's candidature tor the] Federal Parliament. I Mr. Eden George— of the Eden] Photo Studios, Georg«-st., Sydaey —is] i candidate for the Senate, and has started od i»n active election campaign. An advertisement in to-day's issue states that Mr. George will address the electors at Bowral on Friday ni...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

j BOILER MAKE83, UAlRY AND REFRIGERATING ENGINEERS. 1 I REFRICEBATINC MACHIKnV fur |C-- Mf K.HC, I ! Baiter Factories, Breweries, Cool Momge. CREAM SEPARATORS. Champions of the Wcrld I Over 200,000 r'cre!mS?|!ara!orB BSCTTHwEB SJjJ*lrt8SP ISO t« 440 ,',' '„ 1 100 Gallons per hour. Enginesj'^^ Bviltrs--^ I Eltthic Lighting M ? The Largest Stock of STEAM ENGINES & BOILER in Ihe Colonies i WAUGH & JOSEPHSON S^, 344, 34C SUSSEX^., SVD.\EI And Dairymen'! Exchange. Adelaide-st.. Bmbao: Local Agent: J. GOODFELLOW & CO.. Bowral. Going to Sydney ? Of Course You Are ! There will be to much to see Don't mi, 8 any -{ the -ignis! THE STRAND is the promenade uf Sydney'* Elite, and LA MAISOX PAKISIKNKK s it! m.in feature. On LAMAISON PARISIENNE, HALF WAY THROlflfH THE STRAND, Where may lie seen the Lite t and Mo»t FdthionaMe NuveMia'iii High -class MILLINERY, COSTU.UKS AND GLOVES. You need not buy anything at tills WOMAN'S U'ONDERL \NI). You will pot eren be asked to do so....

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Bowral Temporary Water Supply. SOLICITORS' LEITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

Bowral Temporary Water Supply. SOLICITORS1 LEITER. A- the Bowral council meeting on Thursday night last the following let ter was received from Messrs. Norton, Smith and Co., solicitors : — ' W« are advised by tho trustees oi the Estate of the late Mr. A. Stanger Leatbes, who are the owners of tbe property known as 'The Rift,' Bow Irnl, that your council has opened a l.-eservoir for the accumulation of water Sfor temporary water supply to tbe Jtown, with tho result that the occu Spier of ' The Rift ' has bei-u deprived ]of the supply of water prewously de Irived from the Fpriugs by uhioh the Icouncil reservoir is supplied. We can jprove that the supply from the springs Shas been derived for a long period of Itimo, and we are instructed on behalf |»f tbe trustees (o take action in the Emitter unless the council will do what Rmay bo necessary to restoie the supply ?Noetok, Smith ajjb Co.' ? '»Kneoj I The Mayor explained that some oi Ithe statements made in the letter were ?not correct...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

Biygigp Salewiow/ou It ^irniiCCofe, Is Advertisements T 4U%PDT for -3r«at Big DMonnt Sale SatordjpCTSlfiry i.Ji* in (*»€. 8pot rpKKPBgBJitre intlted. up to 12tK lost, iMlsM^XBnrBL&UKB^BRIBS on I; OiTWi^atD. groom horse, etc. Apply I DtV^JWLLACK, Bendooley i Teet, »rACnnS3, Doable & 8uigle, liied, lM-3BtfBriA;6a dot.; 'Lily f tbe »y V 6l JMfcrfittoug If U-werio«,C owns, -'RtatfnigainVf iU bolon, mliea.'J la per }( I. Alt othii' I**, in «tock.- tX)PE ApP 8OK, NnWirymeii, Bowral. r tjaBB OPT Jtar Great Big DUconnt.S.le Lj» »ylor BjgtjMomTSe, oonfn/ncing BaturjEy, FelRBy%. 4gfa the «/ Spo'. Jaibvolv. '?&?' r L owral Hajcipal Electiins. r HE undetiisN^wiahe* tn noiify the ra.tepayerutQzlt*-1Fard thai he ha- W THDRA.Wy.jHfl tl, Eltotlonlor that W ,rd ; ansMTipjBune time begs to thank (Signed)l^^E4VAN, |owral. St. JojeDhl^;donvent School. rTQJ^A^WtoUJf-INAL PORAN, H0TE!ft^p5P LET. HILDER'S kE5|IJ»-«JStEL, MITTA. GOSO^MTfituf Long L«a-e. ppy **;f^iBJb. mItoij, ? 'i'c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

Many bnniuls 3 year mm ' I HL MANUnc. HuUSt OF AWRALIA. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., M 52, and 54 Pitt Street, Sydney. Colonial Sugar '^^e's'Phosphates Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, new pkice lisi|s ISorghum, Planters' tfriend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay NOW READY, «_ . Z 7 'jiT'' I 7 7 Melons, Pastures, Blowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Siiperpliospi^^edfist, Phosphate, Blotfj. Potash, Ammonia, Guano, Mi)Iio,4ai«it,etc *»«y*»«»»i»x« »♦♦»«»»»»♦»♦»»♦»♦»»»»»-«-♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦»?*»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦« GEO. SHIRLEY &CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can. fee readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELLJAT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. |HJHia^^H^^flH|Hfl^^H^HH^H5) ig lkoal-ly qualified illlilttlllj^lWH N-S.W. GOVERNMENT IIV IHn*l&f a\41f...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

iJM - ? - - -? ? ? 1 J& General News. 'i. ? ? Ladlea1 »nl GenU' Footwear. The h-st tnakei and f;uhranlce-l quality. No piicr leather boots kept, -lluihcrfor.l'u, Tiowril. It is estinmtfid ih.it the dunmge done to the Rnnd mines since the wur in South Africa amountVo £300,000. The owners are emp)' i 200 pro tecting guards at &^'*M mohth. The State Minister for Mines lias received n report frura Mr. J. B. Juc quet, Geological Surveyo-, who ststes that extensive desposita cnpible of yielding many millions of tons of Jiicjh - grade iron occurs in the Cadia dis trict. A raid on Sydney milk-vending es tablishments showed that horacic acid, water, and chalk were much used in adulterating. The Chinese assert that Russia de .' mands an indemnity of 30,000,000 taels for restoiing the province of Manchuria, An explosion Ims tnken plnce at Shan hai kwan, killing 40 Japmiese soldiers, and injuring two Britishers. There are 1160 men in camp at the Syduey Show Ground, and up to the...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men's and Boya' Clothing, Hosiery, Hats, and all Seasonable Drapery it Rutherford1., BowraL Tendbbs.— Tenders are invited up to Thursday ntit for tbe completion of St Joseph's Convent School. Mittacons Ohuech Anniversary. — The anni [veraary services in connection with the Bowral Primitive Methodist Church were held on Sunday last. The Bar. John PeBman, of Balroain, preaohed at eaoh service. The attendance! were good, that at the evening service] being very large. At the evening! service the anthem 'Jerusalem, my] glorious home' (Dr. Lowell Mason)! was rendered. Collections were in aidl of the trust fund. I Lamtbrn Ehtebtairkent.— A lan-l hPPn Antortainman* antitl«l li £\ ? I lof the West ' is to be given in the] |V7eslevan 8ohool Hall, Bowral, on] ?Friday evening next. The lecture! ?which will describe tbe growth, re-l ?sources and prospects of Western] ?Australia, will be given by Mr. WmJ ISimpjon, of Sydney, and will be illusJ Itrated by 100 slides shown by anl...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

Girls, do not loose yoiir liuen, but use I The Sun Marking Ink, I PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and will save you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. WAR! WAR!! WAR!! The atmosphere is full of it ! First we prepare for France, then we settle the Soudan, and now we are busy in the Transvaal. War — fearful and horrible — is on everyone's lips We have declared war against Indigestion, and are prepared to fight to the bitter end. Nor shot, nor s&ell, nor gatling guns do we require. Out Ammunition consists of one P 2s bottle of our Indigestion Mixture First three shots the enemy wavers, next three in full retreat Twentyfour shots — or one bottle — absolute destruction. No capitulation. « . , : -n \ lurrvR a A w J-X&f$8IXG A MANUFACTURING CHfi/HISl ' I pOWRAL. ? Tjfeyffan mess for Linen NO MIXUHfWITH STAHCII. USED DRY. y- PRICE Id. This J6ffoss is in reaUi^u^n inventiol, one that will surprise you TWeOrloss wilUsri...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Roberton Park Company, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

I KobbAt^i Park Dairy Company, I. Tb»ji«tii^-.irly inwting nf chnrelmld ra of U-« alxwf Csmpuy vni bald ou Thura daynlt&ttat, wben th. following report wm smbnimed and adopted:— ;t*..xi!ff®re-*lr» herewith present their r!*w^IS'S! V yMr eildin8 December SltVlWp.Sogrthtr with the balance eheet fortb»'«»n».t«riod. Tbe milk itipply for «b«li»)fjr%w»i »«,l34lbi., wbion with ?Bav«ax»3M«tof8.M, prodnoed 36,870lba. butter AtSfaklng Mlb/**. milk Jo pro dooa lib. potter fat. and aaDnlien were paid jtl2lB-8id, equal to a f notion over 8d per fb. »tter fat, and a fraction over 3d per gJlon-dmilk. Oar overdraft on June »-*?»«**« -331 19. 9d, and haa been '*««* *»*?0 ?*? 7d (the credit balance on the.^flKS*opet&tio°8)- 'd now *-*ait at £S2T BfW. And farther than the above plain tet»r.|here hat been nothing dorirg the half yeat under review of aaffioient im porUnoe ta,«U for tpecial comment Our working expatum have been oonduoted on fw mort-oMjomic.l linei pasible, and .how a dueo...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

The Berrlma .District Torm and Dairy Ct}., ltd. : Creamery batter, 8a. . Faotory butter, 7}d to (U SJd Separator batter, Od to Od Dairy batter, Ol 6d to Os 7J. Pastry butter, Od to Oi 03. - Hand-onred baoon, 8H to 7d. Mashine-onred buonV Od to Od. Harm (h»nd-cuiea). 9|d to »lr1. WiddleB (htnd-enred), 7Jd to 8d. - Rolls (handenrod), Od U- Od. Lard, U to 4*d. '? ,, Bulk, 3d to 3M. Cbeete,4}dto5d. Cheese -«conA quality) Od to 0-l Egg., 0s lOd to 1b 2d Turkey (oooks), 8i Od to lib Od Turkeys -henn) 6. Od to 7s Od. Geese, SiOdtoSsOd. Daoktv2iOdto4sO-l. FowU,gi«d-te4s6d. Potatoes, .£3'I6b to £17s 6d per ton. Hiaei,2d.1o*dperlb ? Calf Skina U Od-to 2a Od eaoh - Honey, l{d to 2jiJ»r lb. W^H. THB08B7, eb. 1. . Manager.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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B D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

B- D. Cottage Hospital. The adjourned »tinu»l niee'iog of I liospitHl Mibiuitliers wus held nt the! Tt-wn Ball, Bowral, on Friday last nfr. U.vin i George prended, and there | ««re al8o'j|preeent, Dr. T. O. Fuher, and Meabn. A. D. Badgery, O. W. Marsden, A. Stephen!, Ebb. Davit and F. B. Kyngdou (hon. see ) Other members arrived after the meeting had terminated, the hnuoeu having been dispensed with very quickly. Mr. Kyngdou woa proceeding to aak a question wlieo he was ruled out of order by the chairman, who said the business was only to receive the scruti neers' report, and tie therefore could not permit questions. The result of the ballot for the elec tion pt two vice presidents and twelve committeemen was then announced as follows : — Vicp-presHpnta : W. M'Oourt 28, Gavin George 21, Dr. F. C. Stevenson 7. Messrs. M'Court anj G. orgo were declared elected. Dr. Stevenson, it may be stated, withdrew from the contest after the ballut papers were issued. ^ . Committee : A. D. 'Badger...

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