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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

- Mr Johnson, tlie piinfei^al tn the ; BalErat- ti^edy, has taken a turn , for 4he better, and appeara to' bib rall|ying. ... — . On | Wednesday ^ , ©tectrician naftled Pattison, wa? ,kiUedj at the wortofr of the new? AnstJ^lian com. pi.ir.jr While' another engineer was en^^d^nanging a ctin»int ftaught holiSffl^the switch 1 bpard.* ^ * f£He ^|^^^^^feked round 3?AttiBQn fell down witH^Sw^J6k«Cl«- life was extinct inlesB than five minutes, .v

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

LOCUSTS. The hopes indulged in a few days ago that this district would escape the ravages of the locust plague have, unfortunately been thwarted. On Monday intelligence was brought into the town that the pest had reached Indigo and W ooragee, and would pro bably be in Yackandandah the follow ing day. These surmises proved too correct, and about mid-day on Tues day clouds of them began to make their way into the gardens and vine yards. They . were travelling in a southerly direction, assisted by the wind. Towards evening they cleared, but on Wednesday they were thicker than ever. The' grass along the roads soon began to disappear, but as the grass is very abundant in the district the gardens will probably not show sign of devastation for a day or two. Tlve fowls and turkeys appeared to treat the locusts as a specially sent feast, for they evinced unusual alacrity in chasing them. The locust plague is becoming worse daily in Wodonga At Wodonga West, a farming locality four miles from ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Mining Nugget.% ^ ? U yjphe following crushings have been | .^^-'th^jpugh at Wilberforbe Bros', f Blu^xmibbon Battery, 'j Stanley, since the 28th of November : — Dec. 2nd,' 'Cheeseman and Braffy 30 tons, 8oz. 6dwt. Dec 3rd, Sutherland and 4bhl lU/tonfi. m.mr$*kr/De-s. s5th Seddon and Black 55 tons, 66 ozs. This is the best defined reef found in the -locality for.^0fflfijLime. The proprietors have sunk on it to water level and have fully six months work of backs to take out now, the stone teing ol'sTmilatr™quality. The i-eef is situated near the ' Old Bobbie ^Bnrnfe ' where the Diamond Drill was at work a few yea^s back, but was not successfnl in striking any thing. The rbore passed through several veins of quartz bjQt npt gold- ^ bearing. Dee. lCj MdKenzie Jackson and . Lewis, 48 tons, 60ozs. Total crashed up to the present 247 tons, j 359 ozs, 50 tons more to crush. The Homeward party crushed at \l r ? 'W' i 1 berf orce' s ' Lady Mary Mill '* 380 tons for 164 ozs. I Messrs Youlle a...

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He[?]lgoland. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

[?] ? Tbe mcsHmportent of recent diplomatic eveutain Eftropeis the ceBswm ^Heligoland ? ? jptftbe ' i-f?- t|»7 coulttleB|tt Africa. laud had»tt^e f rbmprioirocc^atiey of tbe terdtom&it ia^-extenslve a : e6b»try -»? cupancy-stouiu *.« « vaiL '''ji *»'' ' . , ] many, wjbiea it began to develop its colonial | policy found large tracts oflandnhdceupied, and began to c&tnbiish colonies- patticuiatly on|tbe efept coast. As tbe colonies of the txr&. countries -expanded the coast to ward the interior, aad 'along ibe.coast, dis s pages as to tbe b^ndary'l^^Mlike^tEble,' ' andsome agreement as: to tte; rdativcsphercM of ?acting. became J» necessity England foimd' thal^upon tbe^esstncoasV her gonial nelsessions had bccome limitedtoa stripof abont two hundred and fifty miles, situawo just belo?r tbe equator, while Germany bad obtained much more extensive possessions both above and below this territory. In order that the fall significance-of the agree ment majlbe apprecia...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

General News. |^tl by the arrest ?Mr C q rf§gg|gddart. a well-known franker. H^is^%arged with having ^bezzled^^rio& l|ums of money, Amounting al togethe^ to 6,000, OOOdoL ^1,1200,000). ? / - McLean, defeated Peter Kemp on Monday in- a' Sculling match for the championship of the world and £300 aside, at Sydney. f - Canon Doyle has- published a fiery letter in which he exhorts Irishmen to reject Mr Parnell's suggested alter native _ or any other land-purchase scheme leaving out one-half of tbe tenantry, as; Mr Parnell's scheme does. The letter caused a great sen sation. A terrific thunderstorm broke over the city of, Brisbane about 6 o'clock on Monday evening, accompanied by a deluge of rain and a tremendous fall of bail, while the wind blew with hurricane force. ? The hailstones were small, but fell in such quantity that the streets were blocked, and ail traffic was stopped. Fortunately, the heaviest part of the storm did not last long, but a great amount of damage was done t...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEDERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

DEDERANG. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A meeting of subscribers to the Mechanics' Institute was held on Saturday evening last, when the secretary reported that- the subcom mittee appointed to select a site had chosen one immediatly adioining the Police Station. Mr J. C. Keegan considered that a more central site would have been near the cricket ground, and that this site would prove more convenient to the public, being near the pai-t of the reserve on which the races, cricket matches and sports are held. Other speakers supported this view, while others contended that the site chosen was the better one for a building to be erected on. Eventually it was agreed that another meeting of the sub-com- ; mittee should be arranged to see whether they would be willing to alter their decison so as to meet the views of those who. are dissatisfied. Most of the brown oats have been cut. The crops of oats as a rule are rather light, and in some cases are ; badly affected with smut. The wheat; har...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEECH WORTH BOXING DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

BEECHWORTH BOXING DAY SPORTS. The following handicaps have been de clared for the Sheffield Handicap, to be run at Beechworth on Boxing Day : — D. Hart, Wagga Wagga, 2yds ; P. Mooreficld, Howlong, 5 ; R. Westhall, Wagga Wagga, 7 ; W. Stewart, Albury, 7 ; J. McLean, Albury, 7 ,* D. McDonald, Tungamah, 9 ; J. Darcy, Beechworth, 9 ; D. Canty, Albury, 9 O'Gallaghan, Wan garatta, 9 ; Wm. Stapleton, Yackandan dah, 10 ; G. Hackford, Lilliput, 10 ; M. Dunn, Gooramadda, 12 ; J. Dickson, Corowa, 12 ; F. Barber, Wagga Wagga, 12; G. E. Fortescue, Tallangatta, 12 ; W. Johnson, Staghorn Flat, 13 v A. Williams, I Wagga Wagga, 14; F. Williams, Wagga Wagga, 14 ; N. McNamara, Albuiy, 14 ; i£d. Walsh, Albnry, 14 : Alex. Prltstly, Yackandandah, 14^ G. R. Clarke, Glen rowaD, 14 ; P. Travers, Chiltern, 14 ; W. Lewis, Deep Creek, 14 4 F. H. Gulson, Albuiy, 14; G. Davis, 'Beechworth, 14; A. IT. McMahon, Corowa, 15 ; P. Drum mond, Albury, 15 ; J. Cochrane, Harriet ville, 15 ; J. McKenzie, Beechworth, 16; J....

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Good Stories» — -++* — - The life pf Sheridan, senior, was oot a moral pne. He drank to excera, and he ran in debt to support his extravagant style of living. Bat he disliked sceptical notions, and held to orthodox ideas in philosophy i-plioion. Tom one dav tri«! *n father in a discussion on the doctrme of necessity, ' Father,' said be, ' did voa ever do anything in a state of perfect indiSer ence— without motive, I mean, of some bud or other?' Sheridan, who knew what was coming, and didn't relish each discissions Answered : u Yes, certainly.' ' What t Total indi fference — entire, thoroagh indifference ' Yes ; . total, entire, thorough indiffeicnce ' ' Theh'tell me,' persiste-I Tom ; ' what it U you can do with total indigerence 1' « Why listen to you, Tom,' replied the father' When Tom was a young man he one day announced his approaching marriage. Hjg father, thinking it an imprudent act, threat ened ' to cot him off with a shilling.' 'Yoa haven't got it about yon, have you, sir?'...

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Concert at Hillsborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Concert at Hillsborough, j ? :o: — ? ? ! A most successful concert was held at Hillsborough on Friday, the 12th inst., in aid of the local cricket club. The weather was all that could be desired, consequently the attendance was srood. There were visitors from Yackandandah, Stanley, Hurdle Flat, and other surroundings, and a most agreeable outing appeared to be spent by everybody. Mr A. Stone acted as stage-manager at the concert. The performance on the whole was very good, especially considering that a harmonium filled the place of a piauofor accompaniments. Messrs Tre zise and Bigelow opened the proceed ings with a musical selection. Mr Dunstan followed with a baritone sono ' The Pilot. ' Miss Brown sang ' Good-by my' boy, good-bye, ' very sweetly, and was deservedly ap plauded. A comic song by Mr J. Trezise 'The new chum ' took im mensely. Miss Cheatham's ' Nora Blane ' was the song of the evening, although rendered under the dis advantage of no accompaniment. Mr J. Bigelow gave '...

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NOVELIST. My Lady's Revenge. CHAPTER XXXII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

NOVELIST. ly Lady's tange. By E. G iRRISGX JOXES ? ? CHAPTER XXXtl. — (Oostxnued) . Tbe rain fell with & dismal sound upon the wet fiag-eton&v and the winds w8i?ed In a ghostly fashion amid the bare branches t-f the trees and eround the grim towers overhead, bet Caesandra a'ighted withonte i kern or. ( ' Waitfer me hnre,' ehe said to the driver. ? ' I shalf&ot remain ionp.' He s^tled himself in tbe carriage, with a lew inandibto :tnormurs of complaint, and through the great etone entrance and op tbe riippery walk L&3 St. Aubyn's bride iasfie ber noiseless way. She reached the brosd stone steps thai led np to tho heavy oaken door, and there she paneed and looked keenly abont her. Very 1 white waa her face, but in her eyes glittered a lock of dauntless determination. What she ^Wtne to do she wou!d accomplish, no matter whatthe risk might be. She stood for a moment urasoldte &e to what course te jptn»ue---ivhetfcer to approach the front «niti^Boe...

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CRICKET. YACK[?] AH v. DEDERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

CRICKET. YACKANeAuaH v. DEDERANl® I)edera^g oii; S^^ay^sf^et^wn |ph4 abofe- cl^bs. |&eJgBa^i. i^a. Lfaq^ remarl|iible 0^. J|foper|)f thevisitors Piving ':^st t|«i had'%A setfd iniiis fnetiTO bat. They vr^re all disposed of for the small total of 21 runs. The locals then took ^ the willow, but the bowling of Goodyear ahd rB.!M-idre i and , the whole eleven retired for 5 l'Utfls! * ' fThe visitors then went in for thei^ second filings, aai]d onlT topped 1 their previous score by two, | Idayihg; the'fi)jeaJ.S $0^ Inikke to )\yinr i The wicket was too lively for batting, 1 wliili3¥ the field 'wa^ ^ejy TitiSui table for cricket,, the, grassr being. thick and { about IBJnches high ; in factno runs could be seored unless the ball was liftecl. Under the circumstances it appeared improbable that the locals would be able to fpfevent a-siefeat.* Hovrever, '- tliey 'Weilt^ in ' prepared ffe i hit but or lose their wickets, and this determination - won ; thfem- the match, i Mummery's inn...

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Sandy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

[?] (FromOur Own Correspondent.) A marriage -which caused a great deal of fecal interest - was performed here last week % the Rev. Father Fitzgerald , the parties being John RobertQuirk, second son of Mr John ? Alburyyformerly of .Sandy uriaaon, aaognter . of Mir H. Briddon, one of bandy Creek's oldest pioneers. The chapel was crowded by the numerous friends and well-wishers of the Ibridal party. ^Fhebride, who wag given awajr looked charming ; also the bridesmaids. A description of their; costumes I . feel unable to do justice, to, and will not attempt it. After the ceremony the party sat down to a sumptuous break fast, which was laid in Mrs Briddon' s usual style, , and a large number of suitable toasts were proposed and honored, after which tbe . happy couple started on their wedding trip in the inidst of showers of rice, old slippers, and carrying with them the beBt 'wishes of the crowd who wit nessed their departure. In mining I' have to report a crush ing of 14 tons from Shein...

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Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] ANTI-VACCINATION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Jr*- - * f T V rttTg do liot identify ourselves .witb opinions I expressed by correspondents.] I AKTI-Y ACCINATION. I ffO fKB EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] — On reading your sub-leaderin last issue I was pleased; to find I am „ot tie only 'crank' in the neigh bourhood, and tliat there are others who recognise the symbol of savagery jnour Compulsory Taccination Act. I If parents in general wouiaoniycare Ifnlly consider the history of vaccina tion, and make themselves acquainted [with the testimony of some of the [best medical authorities ; if they [Jaiew one fiftieth of the disease and inisery caused by this remnant -of barbarism, it would not remain 24 liours on our Statute book ; but, alas, it is as difficult to get people to think for themselves on matters relating to medical science as it is on matters theological. There are, however a number who are awakening, and despite the many effusions of inter Iested vaccination experts, this com pulsory- cow-pox business will have to go. One thin...

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Tawanga. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

[?] * (From Our Own 'Correspondent.) J ? , The Tawanga , annual picnic came off on the 5th December, and -wras Eminently a great success, the only drawback being no accommodation for the ladies, and those who had come fr6ife%^istance-were at a great; inconvenience as to there -being no room available in which they could array themselves J in their' dresses for the ball in; ? the evening. _It is to be hoped the committee (before they hold their next ball) will take the matter in hand, and .moke some pro vision for the comfort of 'visitors. Another thing that was also notice able was that there was no enclosure in which persons could !put their horses with safety. However, over looking 'these- inconveniences,, every thing passed off successfully, and everybody .present seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly. The ladies and gentlemen who assisited in mak ing it a success deserve great credit, one young gentleman being noticeable by his untiring efforts to please 'every- body ; whilst th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAIFS AND STRAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

WAIFS AND STRAYS. Christmas is once more upon us, calling forth pleasant reflections, and bringing us ' our * annual re-unions. Who does not seek to spend his Ghrist mas at home each year % In an old established district like this we gener ally find scattered families. The old folk are at home, whilst the boys have found it necessary to leave for distant parts of the colony, and adjoining colonies, iri order to follow out their various occupations. But at Christmas time they invariably direct their steps homewards, and we may expect to see many old familiar faces amongst us again this year. * * * ♦ At the last meeting of the Council an item of £138 5s Id, local health expenses, which appeared in the balance-sheet, called for special notice at the hands of the councillors. It annears that this amount included the cost of constructing a sanitary drain at the eastern end of the town, and councillors thought as it was a health requirement a special rate should be struck to cover its cos...

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Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOUKXE. a.m. p.m, p.m. Melbonrne, dep. — 6.20 2.55 4.55 Seymonx' ... 8.50 5.19 6.37 Wangai*atta ... 12.15 S.59 9.16 Springs ... 12.48 9.51 9.46 Chiltern ... 1.6 10.11 — Barnavrartha ... 1.16 10.25 — Wodonga ... 1.40 10.50 10.23 Albury ... 1.50 11.10 10.48 a.m. a.m. a.m. S3rdney, arr— 6.0 6.33 11.40 TO MELBOURNE. a.m. a.ui. a.m. Sydney, dep. — 5.15 — 9.0 Albury (Syd. time) 6.10 6.50 2.15 Wodonga ... 5.53 6.35 2.0 Barnawartla ... — 7.14 3.0 Chiltern ... — 7.30 3.16 Springs ... 7.50 7.50 3.36 Wangaratta ... 6.57 8.19 4.7 Seymonr 9.27 11.50 7.3S Melbourne, ar — 11.16 2.32 9.43 MVRTLEFORD TO EV'ERTOX. a*m. p.m. Myrtleford, dep — 5.18 2.25 Pahnerston ... 5.31 2.38 Bowman's Eorest ... 5.44 2.51 Everton, ar — ... 6.8 3.15 WODONGA TO B0LGA. a.ni. a.m. p.m. Wodonga, dep — 6.20 10.30 2.10 East Wodonga ... 6.35 10.45 2.20 Bethanga Road' 6.55 11.5 2.36 Huon Lane 7.55 11.25 2.51 Bolga, ai*— ... - -7.40 12.50 3.16 B0LGA TO WODONGA. Bolga, dep — .... 8.10 12.15 3.30 Beth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

———f: T)EDIGREE CARDS - 3L printed a-VthfiYack- r TIMES , Macbioe^Printing Htgh'St- , Y&tikaad»udah .iMSEiiSES, «as- -y : i* — ^ I '-i- ' ^ K ^an's % W,' ^hin 'tis sfcrifeteen ; by' fdtse ? se, Sd'iutely wlil '^e mt\ldibe iU at e4«e. 'DBFRED^HOBt&N, Licentiate Medical B -ard of'Vicfc T-a. Licentiate Faialty^of Physician-* an-J Sur geon8,Gla i!'?w. Diploma from Dubl n. (Registered; by; Act of PAiliament in.rVic: toria, South Ta-snaama,, and Quee island), , , R ,om^ 155 ELIZABETH , STKEET, (four Doo s MelboukNH, on NERVOUS DEBILITY, SYPHILITIC, (JENORRHCE4, SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES. Da FREDKRI K. HOUAN (i« a lega'ly quahfied M-idi^al Pisl titioner, a id has -h - voted a life-time to the -tidy of Private, Nervous, a-ul .Skin Diseases. The great nr; ces-~» a:h'ered bv hi.-u speaks volumes in Ins faron It is a sacces-i which is tota-lly nn precedent-'1* f,,rhv hrs no wearied resea-ches int » the subtle my^-irie- of the healing art, he ba-- resoueJ th -u-a-»*1s of h...

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THE SEASON'S COMPLIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

The Season's Compliments. The Christmas of 1890 has passed, and -we shall soon usher in the New Year. The Christmas holidays have passed off pleasantly to most of us, and we now look forward in anti cipation of a continuation of the jovial scenes through the New Year festivities. It is usual, upon the close of a year, to take a retrospective glance over the past twelve months, aud; fcd ascert&m wfeefcher move with the march of time hap been one of progression, or otherwise. As far as this district is concerned, we have not retrogressed, although we might have evinced more activity in regard to advancement. Yackan /Innrla.h is an old and familiar name in the O vens district, its busy days of mining many years ago having been the factor in its establishment. For years thereafter, while the gold fields gave out its hidden treasure in payable instalments, the town was populous; but as mining gradually waned, the erstwhile busy throng took their departure one by one, until the to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

' ? ™^peiely Snrea by ' j '? .lawrj^wiiiiM^^ ; ? 4 ?] M.t:-. '?????'l y. i'-l j ! fChroniicI Siifferers sliould akot'-fail to ; : :r,r\rr-vr :idbnsul(? ; #RH.E.KUCELMAP, : ;L ^5kSDfc,Tii?'G:'r tiFHRBALIST^ and -vw.-.\r . -V ? j *- Of 172 and j 17.4 WiLjiMr^irasaT, ^ Melbourn^e. : ;3 i ; :- -] : ? - ? ' ?] ' . ALL CONSULTATIONS ' B^REB . j ~.1 -v ??:!' ; ( - Notice. — If , preferred, a signed : ,* agreement given, which- provides J \ that no cost is ineurredin tlie event of a cure not being effected. ? ; ? -4 ' AS M a. H. E. KUGtJLMANN cannot _ f\ possibly visit personally every town an Victoria . and adjaceut colonies, and in . { ? 'jofder that all sufferers from any Chronic 1 :«r (Supposed Incurable Disease -may be en abled . to obtain the benefit of his un doubted skill and ability, in . curing all JDiseases by his new and : wonderful Herbal : .-Magnetic treatment without Drugs or - iPoisons, lie has appointed his Associate and s Representative, Mr JAMES McLEAN, s 'who is a skilfu...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

Local cund, Qet\e.ral„ ,^OTfCE.— The next issue of this journal will beonjMonday, January 5th, aud the following issue as usu&L ^ Iixhkss.— In our last issne we reported that Cr Mongan was seriously ill. We'are pleased to be able to state that he is some what better. The Rev F . , ? » ? ? ? uiuummh WQU been incapacitated from performing his clerical duties on account of an affection of the longs. JlisjillpeBs is of . such a nature to arose fears tbht hi Will not be as strong *8 formerly, when he recovers, which Is expected, as he is now showing agiujpf improvement. dbtwrx Court. — The ntafc County Court at Yackandandah, will be held on February 11th. IThe Conrt of Mines will git on die same date. New Year's DjS. — Thursday -next will be New Year's Day, and the chieiattrac tion for this particular .district will be the Dederang Athletic Sports. With tine weather the meeting should be a success In every way. Ruxe Club. — The conceit and ball to be held in theevening of the Ope...

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