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INQUIRY INTO CHARGES AGAINST GARDINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

INQUIRY INTO OCIARGES AGAINST GARDINER. (From the S. M. Ilrahl.) SMAOITarErniAL inquiry was opened on Tuesday morning in the common room of the debtors' ward in Darlinoghurst gaol, before Captain Scott P. MI., into the charges piroforred againt Francis Clarke alias Gardiner, that ihe did, on or about the 9th of Mlarch, 1862, near Big Wombat, in the district of Young, with persons unknown, and being armed with pistols, feloniously assault one Alfred Horsing ton, and tlhat hle did then foloniously put him in bodily fbar and danger of his life, and then did foloniously and violently atoalfrom the person of the said Alfred Ilorsington 253 ounceas 10 dwle. of gold, and money of thie value of £14,5. Mr. Williams, Crown Solicitor, conducted the prosecution, and Mr. Roberts appeared for the prisonor. The first witness called was Alfred IIorsington, who, on being sworn, said; I aint a gold digger; in March, April, and May, 1802, I was storoklceping at Lambing Flat; I loft there for Sydney on...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

SYDI)NEY SUMMARY. I TiusD?na aftornooon. WHt.t. Mr. Cowper w is 'premier'thoro si; il periodi cally to appear in the Sydney corrosponldinleo of that ortho ollthrp rovihcial joltrnil aroporttliLtilfr. Marlin wansaboutto jointhoeltministrstioao; andoccnsionolly, oven when thorn ivas notling" in thItcSO jotritils, I lottor wonld comtn down ifroom loulburln or Tiathlrat inquiring iixhiinisly whethl r ihcra wv al ny' like!i lhood of nluch an event transpiring. ''Tho alaitluiml people wore either belttr inlorlietd, or toiok it juslslr vioiv of the prlobliliiies of the caso, or did'ot lotlher t'totnsolves diibout the matter. Those "1athlurt auad -Goulhurn people wotill scarcoly holiovo you if you told 'em they wore altogether milttulnen. They loi tlicen! Impossiblo! lBut unfortunatoly for them it would gener:ally happen that just afterwArds there 'would come tia motion of consuro front Mlr. iMartin, and so tlheir expectations of itl)Ossillo and immoral combinatlions would be dissipated. VW...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. DIOCESE OF GOULBURN.—NEW APPOINTMENTS BY THE BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

LOCAL A.IVD P1R VIN VIAL. DIOCESE OF COULBUIN.-NEW A ,PPOINT M.. ENTS BY THIE BISHOP. O, Sund;iy morning last, nccording to previous arrangemeht, tlhe Bishop of Goulburn preached. in the English Church at Collector. 'Tho attondance was largo ..and'tho srvico woll: conducteod .Thd Rev. Pascal Lamb, who was introduced as the now incumbent, said prahyrsu in a devotional umanner, and the Bishop road 'the Lessons and thoeComnmu nion Service, and preached on the necessity of self consecration to the service of our God and Saviour. In the afternoon, the room atVWollogorang was also quito.full; his Lordship read ppaiyers, and the Rev:' 1'. Lamb: preached on the privilegog and duty of walkiing with God.. It was very gratilying to'see such.. numbers of devout worshippers and attentive hearors at'Collctor and. at Wollogorang. At:both places it was remarked that the chanting, singing, and responding were lhearty and general. W? con gratulato the noighbourhood upon these auspicious signs, and th...

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THE WENTWORTH GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

i THE WENTWORTHI GOLD-FIELDS. (From the Empire's spetal reporter.) niAvo this day (May 27) visited these gold-fiolds, ad I am much pleased with the prospect. It is uite evident to me that the Wentworth, at the pro nat moment, is the most prosprou gold-field in a8is colony; and further, that there can be no doubt whatovor in its permanoncy. It is not oexactly the place for the poor, nor yet for the ioch man ; not for the poor, because it reqoirce somo capital to carry on deep sinkings, ospecially wheore water and rock abound; and not for the wealthicrcnpitalist, hecaeso he would have to trust to hired men, and as the gold is not obtained in regular and continued loads, but in patches, the labouror would be enabled to rob his employer. For instance, a manager might visit a claim in the morning and find no sign of gold, and yet during the day a large quantity might after wards ho got out. Soveral miners now own claimr who tio not work themselves, but tlhey are on the spot, and generall...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

To the Editor of the Ieralh and Chronicle. fiEARs Sin,--Boing on a business visit to the southern (SlistriCt I noticed in your issue of the 1st instant a ; ,ra?rgrph ontitled " lergin, ilo Encroo, and Co.'s jtfobucco Factory," the statements in which, being mtirely at variance with facts, are calculated to onvey a wrong impression. The writer, who is t:parontly unwilling to append his nnase as a " ;u'rantooe of the truth of his statements (for the ' ..rticlo is unsigned, and the word "communicated" is 1 .ttachod), says, " the factory conducted by the above r'-.irm is the most extensive in Sydney." A compari '!on of the writer's details and those of Dixson's l t'ewist Tobacco Factory will show the untruthfulness fiitf the assertion, which being proved your readers 'v4rill judge of the value of the other remarks: ie tutu lin, Dixson's twist MoEnEro', & Co. ;: Aggregato proesure ......... 3000 tons .............. 2125 tons 5 3o. ot Ihands emiployed ... 00 .............. 40 SAve...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

MARRIED, OD the 31t IMay,: by tho Rov. W. Ross, JAMes ?tItuaRI, Auburn-street, to ClHRITINA, Oldest daujliter of the llte Mr. DAVID CO.nI'ut LL, both nhtivs of Scotland. DIED, on Io ovoning of the 2nd instant, at the residence .of.. hr parets,- Gotlburn, SAlut, ANN, tho youngest daughter of Mr.. VLLIAn r AYLotn, aged.2l yezirs and 10 months. SATUT DAY; JUNE 4, 180il' : ?

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

TO 'StSCRIUf1ER8.' In order tocave pohtapiitnoe intend 6o aIpt plan; nqrchr i 1ready pursucdl b sreeral other papers and hnoeleuce Morteoolp of rcmittnces in this co,,t oto ituoo of by letter. 110taoAoorr Itteetver frtn Mir. W'llinfiu T'nylor, IRolo lint, £1 ; Mr. W. ligg, Yong, 17s.; Dr. to. Hend, Tuoni, l.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

ILEGIIAP1O JINTELLIGTENO C [iisos? ?0e coali e 11s.8.1ro. s ' . :"-,-----s - SYDNEY,. Fridny night. IN consequenco of some smisundderstnding, the foreign consuls refised to attend the ball at Govern ment House loast night. itessrs. Icely and'Campbell have accepted seatoin thp Logislative Council. .. 'Tho All-Serene, from California, has boon lost off Fiji, and twenty-ono handsdrowned.. Great floods are again reported in the northorn district. GUNDAGAI,'Frida afteroinoon. Tie annual races commoneedoyesoterday (Thursday). Intsn 'it..ie :3I. nrIj. Pa.io of £20, with a weep of £1 for second horsoe 1, milesr : .Mr Cbx', lialebne.. ... 1 -- Luo s r Brunetto ... .................................. : - Downoy's'Eliquill ..... .............. ..;.........q;.. ,: , Secoxn' R.L, .-T'im PiunLSos' PUsr 'of £30, with a swoop of £.2 for second horso; 3 mis: . w ?l , Mr. Chilppitnall's i)espai .:i . ;. ... . . - Cioyion's Musoc. e .. ... .-- D)owney's Llborty ..... ........... ... ............ 3 ILir...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

TilT 'the present government should have followed the example of the home govorn-. mont in doubling the rate' of postago on letfois to Greiat Britain is a mattoreof no surprlse. They havo'.shown 'somany evi dences, of a desire towards a policy of retiO- gressioin that it w'as to be exeiocted:tlihy w?oild seize this oppioituiiity. At tlithe same tinid'it is evidnt'thid steiip is one il" no way called for. 'It can only. have the effect of diminishing very greatly the amount of correspondence,botweoen:th coloily: and the. mother,, country, ands.honce the additional revenue obtained will'be'very slight.. Our trio policy should be to-give as grout facility as possible for the interchange of communi-. cations, the. advantages of which must be self-evident., .We have. done very well h]itherto with a sixpenny postage, and it is ard.to ieewhliat 'possiblo benefit the gbvern ent can contemplate,by iciereasing the rate to a shilling. The example of the mother coditryl willzrio' doubt b'cited a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

Wanted, A tESPECTABILE PERSON a H IIOUSE 1 MAID. Apply to Mrs. JONES;,.Royal Hotel.. ,. 1063 E Wanted, . PFE?ALE GENERAL SERVANT. Apply _. between ten and one o'clock to MRas. COWPEIR, Montague-street. :1058 Wanted, A N ACTIVE YOUNG GMAN a PORTER. References required. 1001 S. EMANUEL AND SON.: ....To Bootmakers. TANTED, a GOOD BOOiTMAIKER and SGENERAL WOItKHMlAN, to whom thb highest wages will be givenr. None but steady com potent persons neoedl apply. For addrress apply at tbhe Hlerald Book Mart. 1057 Wanted, A MAN lthat can mlilk. and otherwiso make hlim rself generally useful. Apply to A. ICING IHORNE, Moxton. 965 HALLETT'S PEDIGREE WHEAT. jrlIE undersigned have at great expense procured L a few busohels of ithe bove celebrntecd Wheat, which tiley are dIeiroos if sielling, so tlst it may be dlistributed bthronghol t tih district, They will not, tl erefors, lispose of to ily perssl, misore tlan ll oe pecls It is expcled ilr Goulborn hi a fuew lyfr, and early applioations are reque...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

COMM .SU •IA .. Unles otheorwise oxprcsBed, tllb'price« quoted In. tills aotlcto 0r0 thoose It tornsactions botwoeen tthe produocr nod tth itrst purcl ser; not os bv 0en oone dealer.anl, another, much 0s.0 tile retlt prices. I ' ' . IJjAToiurT t'llleo Coone.T; --itno flour/,£28 per ton; oonds, .£2B per ton; wheat, ts. 6d. to IOts.Od. per bushel ; bran nd'pollnrd,-Oia o7otor .prt-lo0-)ibso;o otoo, "4». per busel:;. barley, 3s.. 6d. to 4s. ; mazo, ,t 6. per buso; nay, £3 to' par ton; bacon, Td. to d. per Ito.; butter, niot, Is. 3d. por Ib. ; ditto, salt, o10d, to tsopor l1.; chcce,; Oid. to'7d; per Ib "; eges, ts 3dt td ts. Ode per dozen; pota toes, 4. per cwt.G r * , . . . ; 2 tEnluOMA 1'PlotE C oRonNT.-FIno flour,' £30 per ton; maize, 78. per buslhel; eute, 3B. ppr'obushl; ltloy, £A per ton ; bar ley, 4t. per obutl:l ,potoatoe, 6s..:pcr cwt; satt buttcr, i0. ter tb. fteiih butler, 18o. 2.' per Itb.; blico, 7d. per Ib. ches ,'4d'.'pr 11 t g.; ogei.;, '1s. per?toenno; 'tat oalttto, .£...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

To Feoncors. TENDERS will be received to 15th inatont, for .a snlitting, drawine. and putting up six miles of TIIRE-ItAIL FENCING on time plains. For particulars, apply to ANDREW GIBSON. Tirranna, 2nd June, 1864. 1025 Pigeon Match! Pigeon Match 11 rJ1O rome off on SATURDAY, JUNE lith, 1864, in Mr. BLACKSIIAW'S IPADDOCK. fni. IENIRY ]PAYTEN wishes his sportllng frielnds, &e, to know that there will be an ample supply of birds for a good day's sport on the ground, whiche will be pegged out, and in perfect readinless for operations to commence'at one o'lnclck, sharp. N.B.--nise, 25 yards; boundary, 100 yards. No scnoting inside the fence. ]I0h5 Thomas Corboy. HIIOULD THOMAS CORBIOY, (late of Cudlanty 1. King's County, Ireland), now in Sydney dils triot, write to his brother ANTHrONY CORBY, tiomersrt-street, Rlichmond, Melbourno, Victoria. 1016 RETREAT INN, Baw Baw, On the main rond from Goalhurn to Grabben Gullen, Wheeo, &e. II. DOWNER BEGOS to announce that he tino ope...

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ACCEPTED TENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

ACCeIrITEn TtEsn.--Tho undermontioned tender has been neccepted by the government:-W-illiam Iurmer, supply of furniture for Doniliquin jail. P'rrrr Sssios.-o-Colleetor has booeen appointed a placo for the holding of courts of potty sessions. a l?MI?AL SERVIC?t, VIA NiW EnIAxl,.-TheO Canterbury Pross states thalt MIr. Gillea has gone to Sydney, it is tnderstood with the object of inducing a oint action on the part of the soveranr colonies, asth a view to a now poatal contract. Arrolzhrv-s.-Assistant. Gold Commissioner Robrt Higginson Fitzsimmons, to net as police. magistrate at Tumborumbn: Assistant Gold Com misioner Glondworth Walah Frazor Addison, to act nas policoemagistrate at Uralla; Inidoro Mauricer BIako, EEq.; to boe visiting jiustieo of Yass jail; Mr. John Chapplo, to be a jumor operator in the telegraph department; nand Ah M1un, to be Chineso interpreter at the Gulf gold-field, in tile outhlern district. LOISLATErv CouwctSIL.-The following gentlemen have boon sumnmoned to t...

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SOUTHERN RAILWAY. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

SOUTRNERN RAIWVAY. To Ithe Atier oj Ih* lerealh aed Chronicle. Sin,-I notice in the Emproe of the let instant a 3ondiin article in which mention was made of Mr. Coppin at one of his performances in Sydney allud ing t the necessity of railway communication bo tcen Sydney and tho Murray, and of the additional ce, ii of the'p oplu rising up to ask the logisl? i li e su f c communicntion. This couplod with r lon. Premier's promise during the recent as to the Great Southern Railway Progress Corn o, wh:o persnall'y waited upon the head of the oiternment and exchanged written addresses, a pro oof onferringwith hishon. colleague, the minister SworKs in reference to beginning our railway at o Goulburn end of the line now measured between hi and Picton, such promise as yet having no fruit, - bi c remonstrance may not bo out of place hroegh the columns of the Goulbumrn Herald and ith Mr. Martin and Mr. TIolroyd as onrsorvants eonided in seem to require their rolativo obliationsa ghtly balanced...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

TELEgRAPIIII IN77LL10ENCAi IFIROM OUR. COHIRBPONlDli NTS.] SYD)NEY, Tumaday night. Tun inter-colonial cricklet match between Now South Waloes and Qlenoland has boeen won by the former by 83 runs. The oteamer Ilainbow hs boeen wreciod on the Seal It Rocks, and noron hands drowned. 'IThrco vessels are reported to harve beon wrecked at Trial Blay, and throe hands drowned. Gardinor has beeno committed for trial for robbing Mr. Hlornington. The rolo nioi for now trial has boon granted in the case of MNash v. the annlr of New South Wales. At the Ipswich races the Great Handicap has beoon won by Voluntoor, and thie Maiden PI'lato by Princo Rupert.

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

TUENA. 1~'ATMr, AcOI.NT,--On Thursday Iost a mnn nnJ0 Johln nlillor was it wore Iloar th commlss'le.ir ol lIIlld Im drivinlltolllo Ino te l bn of the crull, A~. ,t did olUt r InurI "lm, nl the Ovnin h (l i b .OUt" noves , o'Iloalc pot ?r,. Jolln Cosnor to look F?or iI wholn It wlu tonil lhlt l hb I rlh 11 litiIon In I" kllIiol hm,, Mr. auIk olore sig lftora!5, !nqrr o th. I;llorwlng day nd hlro w++ interrelu.., , mU r 'dJy , .)Uooc(IOWU was b onW0 oJ? sor ? " ,eighty yeorn of ago and was one of .the oldest rea> d~ints of Tona. His wifo, who is an aged woman nd crippli isloft in distretsed circumstances., Cle oar-,?ho IToev. Mr. Walsh isited hero from Fr ida to Sunday and minietered to the catholi corn untv. 'Tho revy gntloman is ogngied in raising .--",,?, orocatlion of a church on this. gold-feold. I

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN QUARTER-SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

LOCAL A2VD PRJOVINCIAL. GOULBURIN QUARITER-SESSIONS. Tutls court was opened on Monday last, the 6th instant, at 10 n.m., by his HIonor Judgo Lloymott. Mlr. Temltlton prosecuted for the crown. I'The rolndar presented but one case, as follows, for trisl: CATTI,1:-TRAlINC Nle AR COLTEtRORo William Agutith, on bail, was plhcod at the bar chbarged with stealing throee head of cattle, tlhe proplrty of John Jackson WVaddoll, of Collector, on thbo 3rd of Mlloy laost. A csecond count charged the prisoner with receiving the same, knowing them to be stolen. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and wao defended by Mr. C. I3. Waloh. Tihe crown-prosecotor stated the facte of tile case, .s not forth in thelo depositions, and called, as the first witoness, Tinmothy Boutrko, who deposed: I am a constable, ohtioned at Collector; in consequence of information received I arrested prisoner at the bar on the 3rd of IMay last, nonr the Gundaroo ranges, about eight miles the other sido of Collector; I told him...

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NEW ZEALAND.—IMPORTANT FROM WANGANUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

XI2W '/.B.LT~A~fD.- I'OI' tllTZF y FIlOit WlhANOhiUI. TII l~rborgn Clrn Sn.voro brlogs scelon popers to th'o 4th By the Siorra Ilrri, vl Wollilngono the Noelon .xEminrr. at ht~d Illnexiting?etvs hlad coon to limnd, o thu h17th; from WVlgnn~ln. ? ,, "We quot, fomoo thoe ootlldrr of tlnn llmo os tollows:en toat Frhdty a ofitnktni, took irltoo nt nloono, botonen tho frenldly nlt robol nntroe,. Em n2ty nf ti totter oroe billdt, tile loon no the fniriedly nide bobhg twoloe killod mlir o. nodrero onnodrl, It nppenro tlht tire fonatieol ]{Inilot nottioR onp1ho ethe.er, osslotnd by n pIrly of teiroa tnlruoanoris, trot ottompteod to Corry out tlhlr tilono of ottchking tI m towrr of langnnnt: but •they ,'eo defenated by thoe frilndly naotvte, olbltly of the 'ntlkt p10, ntrn ooent up the rovor to linnn'n,In ordor to oI pedo thmetr progrs?e. Among tile thillert Ist.Itniher; l?nloge, n Firnoh toy hrothern f ti ;Cottholio fitteioeon, ot wh, with iFnther Limoplln. aos no tioely onmromglnniog andmo...

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HALLETT'S PEDIGREE WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

IIALLETT'S PEDIGREE WHEAT. ToH introdlction of this celebrated seed wheat into the district ought to form a now era in the agricul tural annals of Argyle. Some months ogo two gentlemen sent to England for samplcs, one for his owli use, the other with the view of introducing this eolebroted wheat into the district and by distributing a smtall qulntity among some few frienda, onsuring its successful cultivation. Yestoerday one of these samples came to hand; of the othler we have not yet hearn. In the meantinme, however, the MIessrs. Emannubl of this city obtained the start of both parties, by im porting i small quantity frosi MIolbourno; aod by advertisement in another column it will be seen that they now have this on atlo in small quantities. Their supply however is but very small, sand from the rapidity with which the salo has hitboherto gone on it will probably bho exhauosted in a few days. It may be mentioned that nothing has of lato yeaors created so great a sensation i English a...

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TOTAL LOSS OF THE SHIP "ALL SERENE," TOGETHER WITH TWENTY-ONE OF HER CREW AND PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

:IOTAL LOSS OF? THiE SITIP "ALL SERENE," TOGETHIER WVITIE TWENTY-ONE OF -EI ; CREW AND PASSENGERS. (Froin tho h oydnoe Morninag lerald.) Ton report which reached uIs a short time since re; epecting the foundering of a ship from California, nined the arrival of a portion of her crew at the island :of Kandava, has, we are sorry to say, been authen ticated by the arrival on IFriday of the Rtotumah from the Feegees, the survivors being passengers 'b~y her. The particulars of this dreadful calamity aveo been supplied by' Ir. T. Yates, the second .ollicer, and will no doubt be read with considerable '-nteraeet. The surlerings of those who have been oaved are fearfill to contomplato, the most extra obrdinary circumstance being that any were spared to toll the dreadful tale, ThoAll Serene was a ship of t100 tons, commanded by Captain Mcyers, and owned by Mr. J. tIalcolm, of lthis city, and sailed from Vancouver's Island with a cargo of lumber for this port. SoKandava, latitude 1S S., longit...

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