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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 31 May 1947

AGRICULTURAL ,, SOCIETIES CONFERENCE A general coniference oio dele )gates representing thirteen different Agriculturdl" Societies,' folldwed by tile annual- meeting of the pouth Coast , and hTablelands Agriculturial Societies -Union was hfield at the Camden Town Hall on Saturday last. Thirty-three .delegates wei'e present and both meetings were- presided over by Mr. G. V, .Sidnan,Vice-Pres ident of .tliei Calmdei Society, in the unavoidable-absence of the P.esident Col. EB. Macarthur Onslow. .: The districts represented were Nowra, Bei'ry, Albion. Park,- Kiama, Dapto, Wollongong,. Kangaroob. Val ley, Robertson, Berrima, Bpwral,, Moss Vale, Picton, -Campbeltowyn, and Camden, also- delegates repil-r. senting. Junior . Farmers Clubs. S19481-SHOW' DATES ' Siibjectbto rev.isitn'by' th~ various' committeEs;th.Tfollo'wing dat'e's were selected for 19481 shows:- Bowral"-January 10. Albiin Park--January 17. Kiai???'Januaty -24; and 26. Berry-J1nuaryýý30-and 31. Nowra'-Febfruary 6' and 7. . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 31 May 1947

RADIO SERVICE SELDON COCKS PHIONE: Kiama 67. ... --r--,? g-cm?' ?? WRITE ANTS I COC'R OACHES;' 'BORERS FUMIGATIbNS ETC. = Consult H. W. POWELL? Co 72 'PITT ST., SYDNEY LICENSED FUMIGATORS ESTIMATES FREE - "- ALL WORK GUARANTEED S, 'Regular Inspections Arranged SDistrict Representatives DAPTO 66 THIRROUL 394 ý"ý -- - -- - - - ----------- -------- , FARMS WANTED Of All Descriptions URGENT FOR CASH BUYERS SUBMIT PARTICULARS IMMEDIATELY. USUAL CHARGES NO SALE-NO COMMISSION BASIS Send for Questionnaire Form Sydney's Farm Specialists Pty. Ltd. 28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY PHONE B 1188, after hours FU 5950 ............................................................: ...:::::::::::::::f:............:: INTERNATIONAL TRU'CKS: IINTERNATIONAL THE full range includes utilities,' light, medium, and heavy-duty Internationals in capacities from half ton to ten tons. Ask us NOW for full Informat.oL See your local International Harvester Co. Agent J. N. King and Sons Pty. Ltd. KIAMA .& WOLLONGONG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 31 May 1947

POSITION, VACANT ESIDENT AG 1 T-Well-known Clarence Str e,,, Sydney Wal'e house requires Iesident Agent' foi? 'South COdast 'dist 'icti eo aConintis sion Basis, Tei ditoi extending to Bega. Call o wsagents, Gift Stores, etc; reply givilg al??-elevant particulars, including ihe, exct ter ritory ,at present co ?eredi". to= Box 2172 .G.P.O.. Sydney. N .Especialise ,in -growing se'ed ' potatoes for < early n :,.planters . Varietiesr-Hall's: ,; c hite . ! P~rolif?s, Up-to-Dateor. Facto'r. ...Single or double set:. PriUs 7/6 ppf .single bag. £-13'per single ton/£12' per' ton :4 ton'ilots:or p'v Cash., with' 6rders. •We pay, f' ht to':nearest railway .station,..N.S.W. HALL'& SON-McALISTER "'C'ROOKWELL LINE RETURN' THANKS R. `Alan Hockey ai d' Mr. 'and Mrs, J. W. Beazley,;' o Sh' 4aibour, wish to thank all relivyes and friends, for. their .,. i'es ions of sympathy in their ent .ad ber eavemenit., Please. accept this as .personal thanks. .THANK THI-IE Committee of I iimna ...

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WEDDING CRAWFORD—WIGGINS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 31 May 1947

SWEDDING CRAWFORD-WIGGINS' Th' "Presbyten'ia 'Chiu?ch was rbeautifully 'decorated 'on .Satundlay, :17th' May;, for the wedding of Miss illa Junee Wiggins, younger daughter I of Mi'. ,and Mrs. H;C. Wiggins, of Shoalhaven Street;,' Kiama, to Mi'. Noel Mervyn' :Crawford, son of the. late W. Crawford and Mrs.' Craw ford; o'f Wh&ingaiee, New" Zealand. ' The Churchha1d been decorated by friends' of the:' bride ?under the guidance of MrS? A. Oakes.' Rey. H.: H. Child s'ofilciated. Th'e bride, who :was, given away by hei tfa1the i1oked"' :charming i in a fiock of creaim :.bi rocaded : satin with a long' ircular .train 'and an embroidered' aitulle vdill withi a lace corionet. She 'carried, a :sheaf of white tuber- roses, jhyacinths, ýslipper orchids and ..frangipahni. She was attendado aston bridesmaid by Miss Gwenda' Johnston whochose a frock of pale; pink silk .lace: and net over taffeta and icarried,,. a bouquet of various shades of .pink'-carna tions; sweet peas and, roses. 'Litt...

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GUIDE AND SCOUT APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 31 May 1947

GUIDE AND SCOUT SAPPEAL Recently the GoverAor, . 4ieut. General John Northcott, launched an appeal on behalf of the.. Girl Guides' and Boy. Scouts! . Associationis of NiS.W. to. raise £150,000 by pulic subliscription throughout the State. " The chief objectives of the Appeal are: I To provide adequate permpent aedommodation" in Sydney for mem beis of the Boy Scouts and Girl -Guides Associations in order to fac ilitate and extend their. activities. To provide.a suitable Memorial to Scouts anid Guides who served in World ,War II, and .particularly those who sacrificed their lives. • To provide a permanent Memorial to the-founder of both Movements throughout the World-the late Lord Baden-Powell. GUIDE PRINCESS" COMPETITION ""In connection with the above Ap peal a, "Prince and. Princess'' com petition has been organised. Each. Guide District may nominate a com petitor. Austinmer-Helensburgh, Wollongong and Kiama Districts are taking part. Judith Terrill, of. Austinmer, is representing '...

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EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 31 May 1947

EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS A _ Jamberoo 'The pupils of Jamberoo Public School celebrated.,Eihpire Day in the usual happy mianner; thanks to the ever-willing band of members of the Parents and Citizens Associa tion whose efforts made the day the success it undoubtedly was. In the school, girl pupils were re sponsible for the .tasteful arrange ment of flowers and both the Union Jack and the Australian Flag were prominently displayed. Under the leadership of Miss Turner, suitable .songs were render ed by the children, interspersed with addresses by his Worship, the Mayor (Ald. Fredericks), Rev. Ed wards, Mr. C. Jones (Vice-President P.. and C. Assn) and Mr. Southwell the Headmaster. Thanks were expressed to Mrs. M. Fredericks who acted as pianiste. After :lunch, footraces were ar ranged.and were thoroughly enjoy ed by the children. Ice Cream and s~ieets added the finishing touch to a truly happy day celebrated in de lightful weather amid ideal surround ings. Sucicessful contestants in the...

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SCHOOL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 31 May 1947

s ipollrEs *----- BY "PREFECT" --- A fine response was ,made by the children, to the Fbod ;'for Britain' Appeal, held in conjunction with Empire pay ceremonies. : , Three ldrge packing cases of tinned foods have been sent to the Junior Red Cross headquarters in Sd.ey, and a. special case has been packed for despatch to the Trefoil' School for Crippled Children, England. We wish to thank Mr. Harry Pir sons and other postal, officers for their kindness in demonstrating the' working of the Postal system, to the'First Year Clas's. This work is included in their. couise of Bus iness, Principles. The telephone' switchboard, and telegraphic 'appar-. atus proved the main centres'of in - terest. It ,is hoied to,: link in* 'a' practical, manner, other services in, the towvn, with the pupils' theoretical trailing. We are looking'fo&rw'rd to lectures on traffic and safety, from ,First Class: Constable 'Thatcher, in the: near future. A 'School Flag has beeen purchased by our good friends...

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Motor Vehicles [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 31 May 1947

Motor Vehicles In the House of Representatives last week, Mr. Fraser asked the fol lowing: "I ask the Minister for transport whether there is any prospect of improvement of supplies of motor cars and motor utility vehicles. Has he seen the figures for March, which, for N.S.W. alone, show that in respect of one popular make of utility vehicles, distributors were able to supply only two,' whereas 3,470 applications were made, whilst for another mnake 1,025 applications were received and distributors were able to supply only 33 vehicles. In respect of cars, more than 3,505 ap plications were made for one make, but the distributors could provide only 100, and for another make al though 2,119, applications were lodg ed, only 25 vehicles were made available. If there be no prospect of imotor car companies being able ,to increase supplies, will the figures of release be published so that members of the public will know the position and not. biuld false hopes when 'they lodge their applicat...

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MR. FRASER'S QUESTIONS Milk [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 31 May 1947

MR. FRASER'S QUESTIONS . Milk In the House of Representatives on"Tuesday last, Mr. Allan Fraser, M.H:R'., asked:-- . "Will the :Minister representing the Minister foFi Trade and Customs arrange to have taken up withi the Prices' Commissioner the matter of recompensing pioducers of milk in the N.S.W: Milk Zone for ,the in 'creased costs recently imposed upon them? By way of explanation I point out that inFebruary the Com monwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration increased the wages paid to employees in thQ industry by 7/- a week, and that there.have been two subsequent wage adjust ments, each of 1/- a week, these in creases adding id a galloni to the cost of producing milk. The sub ject of increased production costs has been brought before the Prices Commissioner repeatedly. during .the last four months but the Milk Zone Dairymenys Council has 'so far been able to' get no more than an acknowledgment of, its represent ations. Will the Minister take steps to ensure that these pro...

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JAMBEROO PROGRESS ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

rJAMBJROO PROGRESS ASSN.` SAt the recent meeting of the J1am-. beroo Progress Association, Mr i.J Macdonald was' elected President, to succeed Mr. W. Dorahy ho h~? left the district. M i. Chappl:.was' elected Secretary and the nomination .of four .nsw inieinibers was acepted: SThe President reported :that £2000 was available foi' repalrs to the Kiama-Jamberoo Road, but the weather had to be takn' into con sideration wlien repairs necessitated . . thi ue of'tar;. ' 'A lInquiry re the "availability of the Billiard Roo1in at the School 'of Arts was" answered. It ,wa stated that'.:very .little,' use had, "been' made atthe table ?ici the sale iof t' was practically finalised with the, 'Re tuineiiSoldiers League. A suggestion was made that trees be planited along Main Street to improve the niatural lbeauty of Jam beroo, but it was pointed out t.hat thie roots would .interfere with the tootpaths and. gutters :and an amnd ment was imoved that the Council be asked to plant trees ifni Reid Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

R DO N ICE :Y :.. ý" "r, .. ý ,; , "i ; ."., r y ý : . . ýi" 1 ," .1:: .:" - .(ý tv, " , .n .' : ." , SRADI SELDO COCKS PHONE: Kiama 67. WHITE ANTS COKROACHES; , BORERS FUMIGATIONS . ETC. Consult H. W. POWELL & Co 72 PITT ST., SYDNEY LICENSED FUMIGATORS ESTIMATES FREE -- - ALL WORK GUARANTEED Regular Inspections Arranged * District Representatives DAPTO 66 THIRROUL 394 ,uI -c ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ FARMS WANTED Of All Descriptions* URGENT FOR CASH BUYERS ,SUBMIT PARTICULARS IMIMEDWATELY. USUAL CHARGES 'NO SALE-NO COMMISSION BASIS Send for Questionnaire Form .. Sydney's Farm Specialists Pty. Ltd. S•28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY - K PHONE B 1188, after hours. FU 5950 INTERNATIONAL:: TRUCKS INTERNATIONAL THE full. range includes utilities, light, medium, and`' S heavy-duty Internationals in'capacities from half ton to ten tons. Ask us NOW for full informatioL. See your local International Harvester Co. Agent J. N. King and Sons Pty. Ltd. KIAMA & WOLLONGONG - Phone Kiama 151, W'go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

>GOV'ERNMENT ýNO:TICES5': ,. NOTICE UNDER RREAL PROPERTY SIssue of Provisibnal Certificate ` , of Title Vol. 389656,0ol. 88, Regliteied pIo, rinetor.: 'Robert :Grantly ,Clarke. Lanid: lots:fl a.and 88; dposited pi'in_ 14,02 ,tShelllialbour. YA PROVISIONAL CertificateIof Title loie lan abov descre ibd willl ble issued after tveiity-onie daysr fr'oii the "date heroof, K rT. WELLS; Registrar General. 30th May, =1947; KIAMA 'IM DISTRICT HOSPITAL Ladies Auxiliary MIE (usual nieeting of 'the 'i ove which "was to ,be hlield"on FlRI DAY NEXT, 6th' JUNE, has beern postponed till FRIDAYý, 13th JUNE. MIRS. HU,TAYLOR, ;,:Hon. Secietary. R.S.S.A.I.L.A.. 'Kiama Sub-branch THE Monthly MIeeting of the Ki ' ama R.S.S.A.IL.A. will,.be held in, the Council Chambers at 8 .iinm. on THURSDAY NEXT, 5th June.' W. G. DAWES, Hon. Sec. PRELI.MINARY NOTICE THE GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY JAMBEROO BIGGER-BETTER--BRIGHTER, COONC E R T' Friday, 29th August. I. BOLTON, Hon. Sec. JAMBEROO R.SýS.A.I.L.A. DANCE Monday...

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Rifle Shooting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

Rifle Shooting On Saturday last the Kiama Club held a Pairs Match from the 300 yards mound. Fred Curry and Hed ley. Brown proved too strong, a combination and finished up rather easy winners due to the excellent shooting of Brown. His 47 off the rifle was a very good effort and with a little more experience should de velop into a first class shot. Fred Curry, too, has regained his, old form, and should a Prize Meeting be held at Anzac Range this year much will be heard of this marks man. Following is the result of the competition: F. Curry andH, Brown 98.q; O. J. Alexander and W, Alexander 96k; J. Wiley and C, Boniface 959; 8, Love and J. Johnston ;954; G. Honey and' Ted Hardy 95; 0. Grey and J. Reason 94; A. Weston and G. Boni face 91; L, Boniface and D. Wilson S7h. Individual scores were as follows: H. Bown .. .. .. .. '47 31 .50 G:. Honey .. .. .. 46 34 494 S. Love ...... .. .. 46 3 49 F. Curry .... 48 1 481 0. J. Alexander .. .. 46 21 48:1 C. Boniface ...... 43 5 48 J. Wiley ......

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JUNIORS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

JUNIORS Kiania 21 defeated Pyree 2. Nowra 7 defeated Milton 5. Shellharbour 2 defeated Gerrin gong nil., Berry 24 defeated Bornaderry nil. Kiama Juniors beat Pyree by 21 to 2 after leading 13 to nil at half time. N. Mason, B. Spinks (2), B. Windsor and J. Hanigan scored tries and J. Hanigan kicked 3 goals for Kiama and J. Smith kicked a pen alty goal for Pyree.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

*A NEWPRO DAIRY MEAL k NEWPRO GROWING MASH SNEWPRO LAYING MASHW LUCERNE, OATEN AND WHEATEN CHAFF, LUCE'NE HAY,, Mil? O 'M AL ,' BROWN OATMEALi, LUPOL,: CRUSHED'. OATS;.. KING CALF FOOD, BELAH ANDD ALGERIAN SEED OATS LANES FERT LJSER IN SMALL PACKETS "KEROFONT" ADAPTORS: KANGAROO BUTTER CHURN CHICK FEEDERS, HOPPERS AND DRINKERS RABBIT POISON Call in and Inspect our Stocks at N.SOW. PRODUCE CO. PTY LTD Manning Street - Kiama RING & ORDER NOW-KIAMA 210., Agents for:--NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS FOR VALUE AND SATISFACTION : SWE OFFER SPOTTERY VASES from 10/8 each SBAKELITE, SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS , q" 2/- .pr. : Aluminium PIE DISHES from 2/- each FOR GROCERY, HARDWARE AND SSMALLGOODS O PHONE 138 P P . DAVIES GENERAL STORE, NORTH KIAMA A. M. SULLIVAN MANNING STREET, KIAMA S NEWSAGENT, STATIONER, SHEPHERD'S SEEDS :* • . .: ' D .i Depot for- -' |: NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND ii 4I DRY CLEANING 3S Deliveries Mondays and Thursdays-SATISFACTION ASSURED i I4 ' ::...

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RESERVE GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

RESERVE GRADE Bomaderry 5 defeated Kiamia 3. Shellharbour 11` defeated 'Roseby Park 3. Albion Park forfeited to Nowra. Jainberoo 27 defeated Kangaroo Valley .3.

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JUNIOR FARMERS' Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

JUNIOR FARMERS' Annual,: Meeting , PTheannual' meeting of the '- G'e _lngonig District Junior Farmers, Club was held in tlie Gei'inongoi School on ,,Tueday,,night ','when' the President .(Mr. GT. : Cullen) ??ire' sided over a: very good attendaiice .of ineinibeirs. ,L The ? Chairman expressed pleasure at such, a good, attendance and "said he was especially pleased to see the Club -Patron and State President (Mr G.: E. Clhittick).. present. Tie ai iiP i:'eiort was pi'esented by the Secretary' (Mr. Col Sharpie): as. follows: "The 'Club has been ,strengthened by the enirolmieint ofi '7 new ?inenibers and duriing' the year seveiral menn bers took lpart i various activities. The ifirst School of Instruction for Junior Farimers at H.A.C; was -held in July ,asting 10 days and was at tendedl by 60 Junior Farmers in cluding Jack Chittick and myself of this, Club. I was fortunate whilst at the School to l1e amongst those chosen to take part in a Radio Broadcast sponsored, by the Rural Bank, a...

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FIRST GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

FIRST GRADE~ Klani6ama.19 `defeated Milton 3: No wra 5 defeated Pyireeo: I ,Jamberoo' 15; defeated,'Albion:, Pa k " Sheli liarbour forfeited :to Geirin gong, Olovelly defeated Berry 16 to 6 ii a iriendly match. : KIAMA v. MILTON From' the kicka-oif play was fairly even with Milton having; slightly tlhe betteir teiritorily. After Ingold'. had missed several attenimpts at goal from penithlties. Millard raced, over for. a try. For most of tlhe rest of, the first hallf play was at half-way. Milton 'took play to. Ki's line but F King relieved and Kianaa unwound a good move from their owni, 25 when A. Pepper sent to McAdaim who beat his man and sent to H. George who raced away., to score near the posts, The try was not converted. On re suming heavy raim water-logged the ground but Kiama ,vorked, play to Milton's 25 and the forwards rucked to th line where J. Ceighton picked up and .dived over' and .Pepper mnade .no.' mistake, Milton attacked andd took the balli thr6ugh on the toe and were...

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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

CHURCH SER VICES ONt SUNDAY NEXT METHODIST-Kiamna 10.15 a.n Gerriugong. 11.15 a;ni. (Co0mnunion) Sheliharbotir 7,.30: pam,. '(Coitniiiutiu) Rev. R. : C, lalk; :Klattia7 ipit.n, Mr. D.; M. Stewart, Jieido 11.15 a. i. 1M. A A. Goriell. 'PRESBYTERIAN , Kiaai 10 'iali. d 7 p' . Albion Paik 11 :3 a .in Jiunberoo 2 'Re'i H I' Childs. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Shell htitboii 11 ' i :'.1. HO) ; i:' Ja 'eoo 7 ".1il (EP )-Rev A. H LEdtyards?, Rector? ';.,,, CHURCH .OF E= GLAND-Albion Parki 11 a, n: (HO) ,Rey, .T. Gee, Rectoi '. . Re T G., CHURCH F ENGLAND Klanta 7:1.5 an (HO)I 11 a i'n (MP?I , 7 ?.?' : (EP).; 'FoxgroI nl 10 iti. v(MP) Ger ringong 111St aint. (MP), 7 p,in. (EP); Minunuina 3 p.ut. :(E Rev. S, A' altinstone, Rectoi.

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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS v. NEWCASTLE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 June 1947

SOUTHERN DISTRICTSv. NEWCASTLE The match Southern Districts v. Newcastle was a much better- spec tacle .as with the drier ground handling was much better. The teams were: Southern Districts: F. Pepper (Ki ama); F. Barry (Canberra); R. Bart lett (Wollongong); H. McCoy (Bega) L. Kinney (Picton); K. Stephen (Gerringong); G. Thorpe (Cobargo); N. Mulligan (Bowral); A. Miller (Berry); G. Jardine (N. Subs); W. Phillips (Canberra); N.. Bell (Mitta gong); IH. McDonald (Goulburn). Newcastle District: C. Churchill, J. Graves, C. Maxwell, V. Madge, J. Hargreaves, F. Stanmore, P. Pritch ard, J. Hutchinson, W. Wylie, R. Narvo, A. Gibbs, G. Stevenson, R. Crane. At half time C. Gill replaced Stevenson in the' Newcastle side. The rake for Southern Districts (McDonald) was replacedby Phillips who played in 'the front row in the first half and A. Edwards of Eden replaced Phillips. Later in the half when Souths were being hampered by losing the ball from the serum, Noel Mulligan moved from lock to rake...

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