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Explosion and Exciting Scene at the Queen's Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Explosion and Erciting Scene at the Queen's Theatre. IiAST night, at ahout a quarter to 9, a serious explosion occurred at tho Queen's Theatre. It appears that a mechanist, named Winning, and an assistant, named Stewart, were manufacturing Oxy-hydrogen gas for tho lime light, by which a new act of the Girard family of contortionists was to be performed. M. Emille Girard was superintending tho work -which was being carried on in a room underneath the Girards* dressing room near the stage, upon which the Duyalli sisters were dancing. The re tort, which we hear rras ; a new one, was heated beyond the power/of-.resistance,, and siiddejily bnrsttrith a terrific report like that of a large piece of ordnance. The shock .hurled Winning; who iraa closest to it, eereral feet ia the air, and. inflicted upon him. a number of burns and contmrions abont the face, arms, and' legs, that necessitated his removal to the Infirmary,' with Stewart, who was also severely burnt' about the face, hands, and...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Relic of the Dark Ages. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

the Dark Ages. The/ New ''Zealand JEveninq [ Star re-,, counts the folidtring; curious method of finding a dead: body : The body of unfortunate lad Jones, who was drowned in the Greymonth lagoon, 'has not yet been recovered. -To ascertain its where abouts, on Saturday, says' Hie Star, what is known as the " hread test" whj. tried. The police floated beveral lortves of bread in the lagoon, in the belief that if one of them, passed over the hody, it would stop a moment in its course. This curious custom ig 'a relic of the dark ages, but modern and en lightenment lias not condemned it as a' baseless sapersitition, as the experiment lias often been' attended with remarkable "results. Xα England, recently, on the Mersey, after parties had dragged the iriYor for a body unsuccessfully for day's,' some loaves were floated down, the stream, -when one of them, was observed to remain stationary, and dip in one particular "place, and on the drag being again used, the body was found directly und...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Local and General News. . THE WaATBEB, —Since last- .Wednesday, the Upper regions nave been rather unsettled, and a considerable quantity ofrain hasfidlen, between abort intervals of sunshiny weather^ which has tended somewhat to unsettle the lower regions also. The river, which 1 con- ? tinned to rise throughout ?Wednesday, reached its height about midnight. Alter having been derated to the extent of about seven: ; I feet, ite aspirations -were -defeated, for, in-; | stead, of being treated to asigjJjS of what was going on above, ite banks, it was forced to- re lapse in to its former insignificant propjortions. "Wjiile the river continned to rise, it-was a source of "wonder where all the' water was i coming from, as litUct rain was rcported_to | have fallen in the upper portipn 61 its basin. The usual stoppage to traffic has resulted j from this fresh. ''?"?.'? ' :„ : „ TIXe-A-3roFns3.—A practice callmgiondly for censure, has. recently heen brought -muter our notice. It is not pecn...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Mysterious Murders in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

The Mjsbenarzs ' Murders in. Prance. The series ;of murders perpetrated scue months ago at LimonrS, - together -Frith. the mysterious suicide of the postman Desire Legr&nd, who, before hanging Itimisrff, deno?oeed several persons who hare uince been fband innocent of ?e?caan? imputed to them, w3I not Inane, been ibegottesx* nTiraft dgpoi. or witfcouL a. few leaKoes ?f"Puis. -?s& a. gtartfmg aSuc ft re soppoeedthet tite zeal. CwPDfo, fimlTtw tho T.immmt cemttry toot hot fee ihe Bcene of their operations miho direction of Kogent, ia &s neighbonrhood of which place crimes resemMmg those perpetrated at Limours have recently occurred. . At last, however, -a man has been captared about whose guilt there appears little doubt, On the 25th of May a farmer and his vrife residing at Tertrewent to the fete of Charbonicres, leaving beliiud their clii'drcii ; re turning in tie sfiernoon they found their sou aud dai:ght-cr both Iv a pool of Wool, the girl quite dead, and. t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editing. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Editrngr. Befobe yon. go for ? an ?Ji*?r,._ young man, pause ancLtafceaJb%'think! I>o .not rushmtB.th??ditcdal,liarne6srashly. I^ootaround and sejvht.thereis- "not an ?oxtmSmi'tshdrb^'c 60jn?. TOrttSwhere^ fca^yvi^e^; i "ata?^gpiilg ,";f^^3*i'rj^ ' : i -.'iiJafeSij^^ not"l is of j.tJteV-jSteedjin' % W#^&S : K??*iiiw' wjrkis.. is drained no wonder that; lie" dries. ; jug peoples, can attend. banquets, weddings, &c.;' "visit nails of dazzling lights, get inebriated, break windows, lick a man occasionally, and, enjoy themselves in a variety of-ways, but the Editor cannot. He.must stick tenaciously to; his quilL, The press iike;a sick baby, mustn't be left, for a lhinutcY If the press is left, to, run itself eyenTor a day r .some absurd perjsoiics - indigiiaiiijy,; carrier boy,,t<j>''? stop.'bringiog.; .".that; infernal parwjrv * '"Ehe^^ in. it.;,-; Iwou't haye.it in;t&£ha^B'| i *"::-. V 'i:-i .:~~ v dem"d":ip;md"^s^ . Edu^^'^<^jtitSji...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal of Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

UnaicipSiitr;* c-'I txs^es-02. " Your obedient serv.ant, "K. H. Booth.." TBS Municipal Council net en Wednesday erening at the Chr.rgberr, to ad journment. There were present:—The Mayor, Aldcrsaea Qainn, llagaire, Mimro, and Gates. iirjrcTES. The minutes of the last meeting were read, and confixmed cohbestondesce. letters sent as undwr, were read: — To the Mayor requesting him to call upon the iKinimtnr for "band*, for a purpose' ex plained in the subjoined report ox the Com mittee for General purposes. To the Bey. C. Fontaine informing him that it was resolved that certain streets should be opened on the Ist January nest, in accordance with a resolution passed at last meeting. To the Cleric of the Executive Council concerning the alignment of William-street. To Mr. A. J. Gould, in accordance with a resolution passed at the last meeting, with reference to lampposts. To lir. John Ewin, Maitland, in accord ance with a resolution of the Conacil. To Mr. William "Watts, relative to the r...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Father attempts to Stab his Child. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

A. Father attempts to Stab his j Child. j Ar the Central Police-court, on Satur day, a man named Patrick Qcealy vras brought up before ilessrs. J. W. Smart and Cunninghams, for inflicting grc-ri- ons bodily liartn -upon, his wife, Ellen Qnealy. The Evenir.j Post says : The prisoner lived with bis wife in Sussex street, and, though they lived together ir. the same honse, had been on bad term.-?, and did cot even cat their meals together. L r esterc!.-. r Q-.iealy asicil his chil J, a gin of about fourteen Tears j of age, to go nnd brinjj him a light for j his pirse. The mother, in the mean- j time sent the child to do something ! ti'.se, and the father, finding his order f had not been obeyed, 7:1:1 at his child j with .1 fork, and wouldh:rre stabbed lier, | had. not her mother interfered. He j then caught: the mother, and knoc.wd ! her down, and beat her head against tha 1 floor in a most brutal manner. The j prisoner was sent to Darlinghnrst G.iol ; for sir months, and at the end o...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Jociay Club. A MErrriK? for the purpose of cossiderki j j the possibility- of ferrying .1 Jocter C'mb in j Sir.crleton. -.? hold r.t the Caledonia Hotel, on Tharvlay nftemooa. Mr. Alexander Bow- ? man. Mayor of .r'icgictou, was voted to the chair. There were about a dcrcn persons present. Tie CiiAimiAV addressing the meeting, said : You have all of you no doubt noticed advertisements in the Maitlaiid 2lcrcur>j nine or twelve months ago, nut my reasons 2cr not doing so were that I did not believe we were ripe for it, and I was rather bashful in initiating a movement, which might piovc a failure.' 3ut seeing the success which has attended the :irst efforts of the Maitland Singleton, and moreover, having been ashed j so, and it is new for yea to say whether you will establish a Jockey Club or not. For my own put I am rather disgnstc-d with the people cf Singleton, and I do not think them worthy cf anyone who will come forward sm.d take these steps, because ox their in diiisraiKj zzi...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Theatrical Funeral. (From the Melbourne Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

A xiaeffitrical Funeral. (.Frczit/ic Melbourne HcrsZdJy . j At the funeral of Mrs. HaHam, on 'Thursday, there was a disgraceful scene. 'That --iich was intended to be a solemn ccreinoay, became a valgsr show; ami. : th= body of a. lady who-, during a, life passed in. tie exercise of a verjr trying profession, worn' tbe e&toena of all wno knew her* was lowered iato her mtxiinely grave- amid the grtmtxngs of siterd of gaping loafers. Soindeeen-tasceneliss not niinatnrsfly ca?ed firth, eixong expressions of ptii?c opimon. "Wo can not but thftfir, "however, that the pubEe are inclined to blame the wrong; people. Blackguards, 111310 and female, always crowd to exhibitions calculated to inter est them. A hanging, a £ro, a funeral, invariably attracts the frequenters of gratis entertein-m erttg. The inch has no sympathy for the aco.&, pity for the Buf fering, or sorrow fcr the t-infnl. It comes to bo r.~-I ar. event like the burial of a notability -was certain to claim its ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Official Gorrs3uond3nc3, "?' Kv."i, r?i'rBfby." " W. C. Bro-rae, E:*i_ 21.?., " Singleton." TH£ following letter has been kindly handed to us by Mr. W. C. Browne, 3LL -A., for pub lication :— General Post Office, Sydney, 25th September, ISM. "SlB,—With reference to the communication presented by yoa, on the 18th instant, in be half of- Messrs. TC. H. Moscley, J.P., Ch?s. W. Lloyd, Axthnr C, Oobcrof t, and others, complaining- of tho irregular receipt of the mails at Harrabri, lam directed to inform yon, that tile Mail Contractor concerned has aliotdy been fined for late arrivals, on the lines from "Willow Tree to Gunnedah and and instructed to convey the mails by pack-horses when floods' prevail, so as to secure their delivery at Nasrabri with the least possible delay. " I am to add, that in the correspondence which has passed between the Department and the Contractor, and also in repocta re ceived from the Postmasters, who weal specially referred to on the subject, it ap pears that...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Extraordinary Diamond Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

; Ikfcracrdiriar7UiazipndSo3ber7 The Ner? Yori pipers just received contain long accounts of a robbery of diamonds in Xew York. Captain Anderson.,'a retired S-rrcJish officer, had. during many years' voyaging, amassed a large collection of uncut diamonds. He lately retired from the sea and settled in. JTc-w York, -where he got married, and decided to come to Europe on his bridal tonr for the purpose of obtaining funds. He wished to dispose of EOTuo diamonds, and vrcat to a dia mond broker's, in Broad-way. Outside the. office he met a ?nrell-dressed man, who said the broker vras not in, but would be shortly. Anderson calltd again, and again met the sanis man, accompanied by an elegantly dressed lady. The man said he Tras the broker's clerk, and asked Anderson to. accompany lum- down. Eroadv7.-ty a short ivr.y. Anderson Text,, and on tharray the lady '?offered him a .small pastil., ~h:ch he , accepted, ix:vd placed in his r.-.oath. He J immediately ie!t faint, and th-3 lady ?I then pa...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Scene at the Funeral of a Late Popular Actress. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Scene at the Funeral of a Late 'Popular Actress. , Tins--funeral of the lato Mrs. Henry lHaUam (the Melbourne lArjtfs reports}, .-who has long been known to the public by-the name of Miss Hattic Shopparde, took place on Thursday afternoon. The event excited the greatest interest va. 'the neighbourhood of the deceased lady's late -residence, and long before 'the funeral procession started the street'was' crowded, "a rery large proportion 'of the spectators being women. The funeral procession was a very long , one. , 3Searly all the members of the dramatic and musical professions at present 'in Mel-, bourne attended, and the largo'number of private vehicles showed that the de ceased lady earned the respect and es teem of a large circle "of friends. At the cemetery' there .was a considerable innovation on the usual practice. In stead of'the "hearse being driven close to the grave, it stopped ontside tiro en trance gates. The following ladies acted 'as palt-bearcrs : — Mesdames "William...

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The Marvels of Mechanics. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

;---!^^ - ? 7 . , r ~X ? ? ' I>BKZ&arfb& Jsaitfcjegft of Paris, ths.is hab&fcate! frcto., time. ,to time effected i coEamunication vrith. their friends. i&- [yonitibe - German : fev?tJng -lines by i aieaiffl of cair&ri jngebns. liifact, a: its-) k^etSnng^'^iaiitxaa'Sa.i 1 Xoadoji. I Paris -were, . J?^;byt:jaiM?^ '?;: [ graphy, reduced to.raicroaeopiii' i letter, being reduced: so' small :as;ior be:' invisi-ble to the eye except as. B speck. Some two thousand of these specks -were then printed paper about aji ihc.Ti.an3: a half square, which vr.-is rolled and carefully attached to one of the tail f<. others of the pigeon. Oα the uri\al of the bird in Pans, the postal officials placid the- paper under the microscope, 'Which enlarged tlie several specks into readable comnnmt cattons, which were duly copied xn writing- and dehvered to th.fr-persons to whoa* they were" addressed. The total postage received for" the- trans nfiesion of ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Singleton Post Office. wSS?rfstaSSrr?idw, ??> b**z*v. t ton,. jmmJ jtfcnsEfioKii* yrwutoy^T^y^yv^?***" - WulHHrtpJ- nl?A?tkr,itl?ut -

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

?r Upper Hunter 6-enerai Advccaie, IS rCEHSEKD EVSSEY ""',_' -' " TijniiapiSaNMriieSoa:— . ~ <to t ?? ?*,. ~ ** ** ?-***? -0% T*?Cn^icta*jMbaT?e*tfttlies?tae^ei*i uSStniLliJari?eiainatnwoaiot ti?<pMttteii. E? J,- r „ IJ i, . JLlDjet?lJ4lOT??nce Triff t* mads tor AamttMMOta oant&tu>d.forAlwriodqf cmctaraind].. Ztxan^iw ,aguiuniii*.-?Bl W coam??a a*£ oteqnd ftf* tbfcnmalutct. Ailii>ft<imtmt??*iniHfWnnrr?*irT''>—? *?* oCJpKit&nMaqpiaxijaittenoa; tbe?Kiar. Fifrting on j>eh?Jf of aoamjnittM > lana?toct4belbnw!a.*tor or pohHB pmpe?,Tritt lie litMpejwMllrlwpooMWefair tb*i?M. r t , ; ~- ,- f The "BDKSaCTttN "ABKUS r anS „ 1/lfi'Jtlt HUfi'X'JUt OENKR.IT. AKVOCATE," i? tnusmOHK* fcnmeiatfwte ultqcprtHeatim t?.?n pettotthieeKl tbs smroiuidi>iedhtiiete,a?imU ?to emjrpnt atttu nriHojiAS ?. sotcb , h." FESCHBr-iwwjt-' ?It<i Inltr- tntortx Huk And thtt.<>?Mfc?l t~ -EatiUa tiuk they xs?{ nit.to. eawcttW. PBT...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

SATCKDAY, OCTOlJKi: ."5, ISn. 3P , Jeajr?>-12*rseinia?on£?a, At a time when tlic destructive disease known as jileiiro-pnenmonia is prevalent in this district, a few remarks upon its nature End treatment may not bo ont of place. .We do not pretend to outer into ti full description of the cUsL-ase in itself, Intt TOcrely, assuming that it is well undcrstoodl at least by aU .wlio hare an interest in preventing the spread of its ravages,, to giro farther publicity to certain remedies known to be thoroughly effective. "We believe that, like a great many other dieeascK ihat afflict mankind as well as the lower annuals, the spread of plcnro-pnen monia amongst cattle might be eignallj checked if not altogether prevented by the early and perseTcring applicationof known remedies. Inoculation, which was at one time regarded as a failure, ia now generally admitted to. be a preven tive of tho disease, it being always sup posed that the animals likely to Buffer arc " taken in time." This " ta...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

$8* Jfl?3£rf?a §toJ*$- ' '."' BwOBir TO so Master ; or jso sect am. I." : "BE JUBT, AXD FEAR SOT J JETX AMi THK ENDS THOU AIM'KT AT EC TKX COUNTEY'S, TUT aol>'.S AN"l> TliUTll's."

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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English Extracts. THE COUNT DE CHAMBORD AND THE THRONE OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

English Extracts. ' THE COUNT DE CHAMBOKD AKD THE THKONE OP FRANCE. The liondon. Spectator says:—" Tho correspondence of the Times recently gave as, on tho authority of the Due d'Audiffrefc-Pas<inier, a curious bit of history. The Comte de Chambord did throw Hvray his chance of becoming JvJng of Prance. His Committee had fcOcnred the Government,- had" 1 secured the Assembly, and hail induced the Marshal to repeat his premise 1 to obey, and rote, when the President suddenly made a reserve. If the "White Hag ?were -the chassepots 'would go off of themselves,' and "he -enfold an swer 'Neither for-order in the etfeetsaor discipline in ilio army/ This gravis' communication, subsequently reduced to -irritiug, -was 'shovh to the Committee, who depnted JI. Chesnelong 'to explain affairs to the Comte de Chambord. Tho Priuce assured hint fhat he -would accept the Tricolour till, he could alter it by so, arrangement with the nation, but yrbea 31. Chesnelong's statement -was doubted,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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AWFUL TYPHOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

AWFUL TYPHOON. Hongkong and Macao have been visited by a typhoon of unusual violence, and which has- caused terrible destruc tion of life and property. Ttvo steamers and eight ships are to hare foundered or to have been, wrecked during the prevalence of its resistless impetuosity, and raany others are miss- Ing. Tho damage to property is im mense. Tho loss of life is avrful, it being estimated that ICOO persons have fallen victims to the imparcJlelcd :u:y of the hurricane. The follo-nring tclogrsra, dated Lon don, 17th September, li.-js been received by tho JSevenir.g ITcics, nnd pnblishodia that journal on October 1 : — Wool : Hsrket unchanged. Up to date 174,000 bales hnvo been sold. Home buyers are purchasing , freely, but Continental derhand is limited. The Bales vrill close on tho srst proximo. Tallow : ilaricci qnict. Mutton, 425. ; beof, 405., per cvrt. Leather : 13,000 sides Australasian. have been sold sir.cc last report. "Wheat : Adelaide is irorth 545. per 496 lbs. ; Zeal...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Dr. M'Gibbon in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

M'Gib"bbtt in Melbourne. A Mr. J. <5.D'ckson, who gives address in full, writes as follows to a Melbourne contemporary.:—^'' Who or what this Rev. Dr. M'Gibbon is I do not know; but X Bzncerely hope that he is not con nected with my charcfe—tliat of England. The ranting balderdash delivered by this fanatic has so humiliated mc that I ma extremely.anxioas, as a: Protestant of " sound mind, nxemory, and under standing" (as the lawyers say) to assure yon, that the speech delivered by this ?wild Sydney man ig. a. source of Bhame and pain to myself and to ovary Protestant with irhom I hive spoken on the snbjcct. : X.'tronld apply to this lecturer it sentence of the Time* m reference -to another teacher of, the .bane type, " Protestantism-lias already suffered tbo muck from such advocacy." The. following occurs in " TWn Talk" in tlic Ezening JSTcief, of September 20:—i. "Tliat learned and amiable divine, tie: Roy. Dr. il'Gib&OD, at present on a .Tiait 'to Victoria, seem...

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