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THE REEFS. HIT-OR-MISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

THE BEEFS. HIT-OX-KtU. I This claim whidh was "first taken nphy the original prospectora About the month of March 1872* (oYor two jreir iinw), became abandoned and was taken- up by Mullins and party (the present ownerv, twelve month* ago, anil who hare oeen working it #ter since. About a month .inoe a potion of it was jumped by the parties now employed in Jfo. 2 We#?, A commiui&J.tt1* ease was held, when Mr. Gill» contrary to the opinion of Mr. Commissioner St. George (who granted the groutid to Multins), decided in Favour bf the jumpers, only allowing Multii* forty f&t} thesan* oj If il;wr.s a "number onlf' and not a -proipectinfr claim. T&ts hsa Wn a serious loss to the shareholders who had done a grtafc <leal or Iwork bn Hut portion of the ground jumped, the holders of which are now of course reaping the benefit* The shaft tiow being woraea i§ 29 Ck peifiendietilar. the/ havje just "bo^oqwd on a wf-t feetthick in this' shaft, thn. also sot the r...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

ECROPEiN NEWS. \ ? ' I/OSTto*. Jslygl. I . Bnglahd aooepta the unconditional annexation otnfi. A mlptsterial crisis st Versailles. The Carilsts have - taken' a fortified town within 80 miles ot Madrid. The Senmno-Govvnniient confiscates property the Carllit* hare proclaimed martial Law. 1

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RAVENWOOD. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

BAVEKBWOOD. rr&MI *. C0RRE8TOXDENT.1 Thb tiMi dime off on Tnuradsy .and Friday (nt, ffrek. The attchftanee «u retj+tnall on both days, and the'imrm the wholo*ery prior., The last day* raciug wai if anything better than the Href, bill, perhaps DODO oCthem are worth any special etiooninas ftxcept the iut t«ee but one on the (act day (called A (tm handicap I thiok), in which a horse named " Joirocks," an old scrub ber of a Ihinp at bo waa catled'by. poiton* who' . are supposed to'be good judges of horseflesh, von , awell contested race, beating tome of the crack racer*. The following are the names of the* winning jhones. Fnt day-Maiden Plate of 16' aoirt:-" Young KIN" Publlostts Purse of 10 eovt:-" Baron." Chinaman's race of & ioti j Won by a chinaman butcher who was soOirer oome by hi* victory that he immediate!/ jdatped mother aaith in his arms after pawing the win* ning pot, whi|e hit hone made tracks for home. The second chinaman made an attempt , to cap* turflhe ho...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

ftttmng Httog. Thingi ip general onthu field, and mon puti ruUrlj in mining are iMuming a rerj aettie aapect, the (ougU-»nd>nad/ way of canning on .work ia'faal giving plaoe to* oiom a/iteuu^ii1 mode of. conducting buiineaa. Thi» of oourM Wi onl» to be expiated with tho growth of the field, but thbtrapid atriaea made notwithatanding the manr dnwbac&a toward* dieeoreiing it* true reaounxti ia aomewhat remarkable. Ogiiun claim! are gradually merging into oompaniea, it ia only now thatpeopleare beginning to find out, ita true *alne,tuid we think th*t pfifaetnta juitifj w in auiu that thunrMifcHfriHT be ranked among ti^e srmt in (Jj During the pot week w*j intfeaadilT »nd(h.TOm»Mr> of a-aerioua^ature wbicb ocearSa fo a Miner on Wedneadaj laat, . repot t pf, which trill .befound in another portion of our,eohnuul Wttb n gardto the queetion afiWnii 'W. vjjW if contention" oor# not appear la ta ap.wnA thf granting of leaaee, as that the gfoena etiaald be pllotred to remain all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

CHARTERS TWBRB. ? . Importers'sf-J ' " {jLOfcHltto :v;.; i . '. - / -- " BopW'mU stRSfis: :r ? *> wiNfee i'tiPiaix^':^, j.v, _ GoodB^Unredbee | V PfcEA&un Nswbto WivEBSli-A&xjrflliig j to our new tiuifl, Drapery Goods trill be 24 ] oent, lass aftar4 the 1st July, /SutjlJaHiSjS 1 taxed 2b, li per Pox aertmtprrh*iit.'< ?-- .: . -t'sS.'.' ;TV» frO./'.- v?1 POTIOR WjUJUtabat 4L ^.ckers; ?.#, Co., hstioneere, d<^mwiu>ii:&$enf6. and Sharebrokers, (fyc. i OBTKX'f i V*MM /AJ)Jf)INiNG . B0OHAN41T8< qOOMHOOBE&OXKL, HI, All DtjoMniestoHiepU-ntted M<he »bop*i will ncair* immediate attention. 1 lcn^HEsret. : ti: JniMlotia eptratted ti.'fi ediate attention. Aoootmteal/bfproax^lly rendetiil. " " EOOLEB&KJGSpN, hmmade $f85a' jPiiier fti&ffipcfurer*, CHABTEB6TOWEB8. All empties not refapod^cbiuged 'fl&ehfcb.: JLAVERY ;& .. LATHAJff" ) HQRCESHOXR13 AND CENERAL ^LACK6MITH$. Hat the Nopiwnu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

6 vMljity ufflotthem QiKwiwfwa. I lArataifcto wvoaiosMffn-irifa '" .mmniws iwabh ot " | »'K '«nijveRTi»6Me«T8.'"fxAiy, «19n*i& -dS&o&Btiy*f*tta*^,<ll'^r'*1' C '" "Tj '.'Jtat e'ght Ercry^g4^faw^i^O"fcetfnf»igy' J N^V^U^tet'^ilK^okBaianaef^-.'i j d ivvlv, ?, AddKM-Orilti-iTaot exarniing-nx. Unw, WW < ?Ml!T ml »b»iti °o> w w*»hr rj,|jn».}jj »:.?! uV^ii-nil i Itrnoii:* edi Iiibf*oTH-r»aoi&.lpvot Jns^ir )§(^W?ffOTlifiP,iWfclM itstf*! fiiNU' Mkfe of'Welimgtott StOTe. ,tlO«i;t. >juiyc<> -»*-«*?fJeJIrtd oJ J'jll <H r-Hti ftaBtciiT^js^s*! . T-Hti BftBtCliT^JS^S*! t^Morm: .fitiinta^iaflitiie IpiitiliQ,,i^>l<l ji° ,tW.i opio>id>gtorg*«Wt»iWingt] «f4tajdt *>f iehajffiiofiplion, i «4fl£ . ffc® A?* i qitfttyat c%rrt»t3^et ,o».iiniiif'o'X vi ni(<T'| -Utoeiq isg«6 9(iJ an t-?^ 5!jcr9 fitm oJiri ?"iij.ijOui UJjJ L-U'-i 'i«.Sw.!'.-J<; ».? yiAiirtHMMffcs- /r« Jilr-rj vl'lnr...

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. Friday Evening. BRISBANE. July 18th. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

fficlesrapfjfc Nefos. [TOOK ODB BEOUUHMBLEOBAPHia AlJKVT. Hobthkbd Mi SEE Oftiob. . . FWday Erening. BIUSEAHE. ? JnJy 18th. The Gold-fields Bill has passed both Houna, and now airaita the Governor's assent and signature. It takes effect on tbe lat October' this year. No Regulations have been yet issued. The Act ifi not retrospective. I Tuesday. .Parliament i«-prorogued, 'Hjshon, Hodgkinson, ' Jackson, Uarrossan, Mowbray, and Plaut, hate- been appointed M»?i«trat«a. ' ahSpherd 'appointed Fourth Judge for the North, and Daly Crown Pronscutor. A soirie is to be given to Lilley on Friday. ' I

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

NORTHERN MINER. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1874. In the Assembly on the 7th,Mr. Fitzgerald moved, "that to promote the growth of sugar and other tropical products along the north east coast of Queensland, especially within the tropics, by allowing cultivators of land to obtain, at their own expense, laborers from British India, the Act of 1862 should be brought into force, and provision made by the Government on the Supplementary Estimates for 1874 for the Salary of an Emigration Agent, under the Indian Gov- ernment regulations; provided the amount of such salary, and other expenses, be re- couped to the Queensland Government by pro rata contribution of persons taking ad- vantage of this act." Mr. Fitzgerald arguing in support of his motion, stated that the white workmen in the North were by no means opposed to the introduction   of coloured laborers, and that in canvassing his constituency his views on the question had met the full approval of the working men. Contra facta non...

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Notes and E[?]nts. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

Notes and Events. We are compelled to cut down Ravenswood correspondence, and police report. The new Election's Act has passed and is now   in force. On the 1st of August the police will collect the names of persons entitled to vote, The ad valorem are now reduced from ten to   seven and a half per cent. This rate will con- tinue until the 1st October, when the tax will be reduced to five per cent.     In the Small Debts Court yesterday Brodziak Rodgers and Lemel v. M. Casey, two promissory notes £10 10s. and £7 7s. dishonoured. — Verdict for plaintiff for £17 17s. and cots. — Immediate execution.             We are informed by Mr. Peyton that Mr   Dicken arrived in Ravenswood on Monday where he is to remain. Mr. Ramsay is to start at ouce for the Etheridge, and Mr, Charters comes here. In the Police Court yesterday, Taylor v Haynes — assault...

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THE VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 25 July 1874

THE VENUS.     We visited Mr. J. C. Hutton's crushing machine the "Venus" and premises early last week and were somewhat surprised at the completeness and extensive character of the appliances for crushing on the ground. The machine has been hung up for a few days previously, Mr. Norris being en- gaged in making a general overhaul of the whole working plant. In this he was ably assisted by   the resident engineer Mr. J. Brown Orr and a competent staff who had been at it hammer and tongs, for five or six days and nights previous to   our visit. Mr. Norris is one of the best practical engineers in the North, and whatever he under- takes is turned but "done" and no more said. In performing the necessary works of repair to the "Venus" his work work has been greatly facilita- ted by the numerous appliances at his command on Mr. Hutton's premises - chief among these bring a powerful turning lathe - the only one on these diggings, which t...

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Mining News. TOUGH'S MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

mining Nejpg. TOUGH'S MACHINE. THIS Machine which it known as the 41 One-and All," occupies a prominent position at the lower end of the town, end covers on area of 6 acres 8 roods. The entire enclosure is from 9 to 10 acres. Thd machine first commenced to cruih on the 6th October, 1872, and bat been kept almost incessantly at work ever since. Tiie whole of the tuaehltie was made by tfeum. Lang* lands of Melbourne, and is certainly second to oono on the field. It consists of sixteen stnm|«ers of 8 cwt. each, and and is " told off" into four sections of three fire-stamp batteries, and one one stamp batter/, (the last mentioned is techni cally termed the prospecting battery). Tlie three tables belong to their respective batteries are each of the asme dimensions 8 feet 8 in. -wide in the clear, and 21 feet in length, the email table belonging to the " prospecting batlorr" is 2 feet wide, and 21 feot long, each table has a large well at the dropj and two copper plates between the foot o...

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THE MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

THE MACHINES. VBKUS.-122 Cons to. 8 Alexandra, 696Of 17 dwts ( 78 tout No* X b.o, Alexandra, 40 ox s 71 tons No. 6 Alexandra, 71 ot j 87 tons p.e. Be* .olution, 60 os 17 dwts j Warrior p.d. *nd Hit orMiss No. 1 South going througt . NEVER DB8Pi.tR.-66 tons No. £ North Just*ia Time, 161 ox t 42'tons p.c. Gladstone, 18 OR. 11 dwts i 6 ton Anson's srea, 7 ox 4 dwtsf No. 6 Queon going tb.ou^h. M&BT LOUISA.-25 tons No. 1 Havolocfc, 86 ouncosand a Imlf.

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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY, JULY 21st. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

I . PBOROGATION OF AaBLUMKNT. TOTSSDAV, JlTLY 21 Bt. " AT! noon, tjiis day, His Excellency the Governor pracAedpd.iA State from Government Uouee;to th^ Legislative Ch'amb&ft/ to l'roroguc the * Sccond Session of the .Seventy Parliament of Queensland, and delivered , the, .following Speech :-' Honorable Gentlemen of the Legislative Council' and Gentlemen of the Legislative At eemblff 1. I have much pleasure in being able/to release you'from your Legislative labors, after a somewhat protracted Session. I. My preseit aivisers, having entered into -office immediately after the meeting ofthe two fHonses, had but a limited time at their disposal or the preparation of measures previous to placing them before Parliament. The ' Bills, however, which have been pasted during the Session brought to a close, arc not of annnimpor. tant character, and must have a materia) Affect on the interests endv future advancement of the Colony. * 8. A Bill to amend the Laws relating to Parliamentary ...

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Original Correspondence. JUSTICE'S JUSTICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "NORTHERN MINER." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

JUSTICE'S JUSTICE. TUB EDrrOE OBTHB]" NOBTHEBN 1CINEB." Tliero IJ&« boon a groat deal said about the w«y in which (tie law is aaminist-ored by u lay " magistrates, but I thiufe the manner frf wliioh Justice is dispensed by tome of oar lobal J'e.P, it equal to any of the emtio judgements, of the "great unpaid]" elsewhere. I was in Court the other day when a'man was^fined fire pounds for resisting the police, this wax rather severe, but perhaps he deterred it; I was alto present at the bearinrfof a oate on Friday last where one man w is charged with atsaulting and woundiog another with a bar of iron, for which offence he waa fined ten tkUlingt and cost*, in default ef,payment ferty-eiffkt houH imprison ment; considering the nature of the assault, the fine imposed was not at all an adequate pfunuli* ment, and affords but little protection against the ^infliction of " grievous*, bodily^ harm, but the decision of the Bench is quite in keeping with the vagaries of J'fl.Pj the leci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

Unclaimed letter List LBTTKBS remaining ia tho Poet'OBce, I 'MHIeiwtef, JntflMBM. Ahlel*, Jobao H. Jm. Binney, Iiipi, Joljp BowwaOhu. Breton, Jamea ; liaojcay, Andrew Oi(MI,Hjr/^-L Oftmpion, 41|aWM Cur-foll, .Jo«»>pb O'Sulliren, D. Chotffit ., O'Learje, Autne ^. . 1'amrod, Michael Puman, Wati*mj Peterson. Ilani _ V 1 il . .Jewn, Noah EafieiJIF.,JL. , , Powlea, Henry K»an». Pavid ^ « .' ? iii. _4 QuWh, Jame* ' Freeman,.*T. B,* Fitepatriok, Hugii . , Ramaaj, Wm. Ow)to,!0., Sogers, Jamefc GmHijjjpffj, Qwdifiw, Cb®rle» 8mitb, Ffid,' Godfrey, SWwwd S&mmerTille, Hy. _ Satterbyi H. Omrei) John SvanaDo, Thurston , H»H, John Travii F. YT. Hauav&. ,4 . Htrvejr, Jot, ? Wumfto, Wpi. Haughty, Mt, TPftnkel, Geo. Hughe^JLA. Htwablr*X.t Heilbwn, A. (3) Williami, James . Wohtara, Hy. Wocdloek, Wra. ^ . . ^Vidcera, Javioa Jame^a^omM If no|< claimed before tho 28th August* Fill be aeht to^i»D«d LebtenOBlcii. . JOWSl M..0O0DWIN, ' .Acting .Pottrawter. ANTED, at RaretieWood...

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RAVENSWOOD. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

BAVBN6W00D. . [fbok A CORRESPONDENT.] ' July 28. As you Tower* people must be all aware by this time, Mf. Dtckeu, the netr Commissioner, is to be stationed on Bavenswood. Mr. Kamaay in* tendsto£>roceed to tbe Elheridge in a few day# where t hare no doubt he will become quite a* popular with the miners at be has been bare. It it perhaps not a bad principle which the Government aoems to?have£rioprajtrespectiQg the removal of Commissioner* at certain timet from the gold-field on whioh they are stationed on to fresh places; still! although this may be wise and proper as a rule, I don't think the Minuter for Minus ought to have other power (or at loaitl don't think he ought to oxerciie it) of removing Gold Commissioners from fields on wliicn they have given erery satisfaction, and from which no serious complaints baYe arisen against tjiem* It will no doubt take a few days before Mr. Bamsay can give Mr. Dicken any thing like an adequate idea as to lii« duties, Mr Dicken, I believe, bei...

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Telegraphic News. (From the Cleveland Bay Express.) BRISBANE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

Telegraphic News. (From the Cleveland Bay Etpnu.) Bbisban'k. Jul* 16. A futile c mfcrenco bat . taken |iUro bet\»eeo the Houses on (he Land liill. The Council enlnequently refuted the adoption of lite AifOJibly'* meaiage returning ibe Council'* amendments oil tho tiillj nil negatived, and i^aiu rctnrDed theiraiuend ments. The Government consequently t>ave native of prt>|x>»ing a rwecping clause f»r the re6Uin|<tinn o( the greater pui lions of runs in the Southern district*. The .ciniuii ii expeutel to lost a fort night longer. July 17. Siicplieril lino fceqn appointed fourth Judfa. . .» A bnnqnet anJ an address of congratula itnn to Lillcy in Ifing arranged. STDKtr. July >6. ProfeaSur S.uith, Montlfinre, \Yliitc, Cux, ami riaila linve been a|>pninl«il inembera of tlm Oouuoil. Mjore baa been returned for Kut Sydney. Small -po* is prevalent it Newca-tle. Co'wper junior, hat bom appointed Sheriff. Jo'y 17 John Fmtor haa been made a member ut the C oneil Tbe &a...

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THE BLUFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

THE BLUFF. . | Thu news from tbo Bluff-22 miles from MHl I cbcster is encouraging. The first crushing from the 25 foot eh oft of the Livingstone p.c., Cun I ningham and party gave BOB. When Mr. Dean's machine was put on the ground^ a quantity oE surface atoue and from & G-foot ghfaft war got-, and the crushing of this lot 80 tons which was finished ten days ago, gave the very satisfactory return of 110 OE. of gold. The blanketing* were brought in to the " De fiance" for treatment in the berdan, and it is exacted they will yield 10 or 12 oz. more. The Alice has siuce finished crashing about the, same lot, and it looked about the gAmc yield, but wo have* not yet received the returns. The Endeavour was to follow the Alice, aud was expocted to |frovc payable. Two or three crush ingH took place of other surface, but they went only from a 4 ok. to M or 16 Awts. They are sinking now in the Livingstone on the reef, si* men are employed and when the ground is ; o|KMied up a lai^e num...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

NOTICE. William A. Ackers & Co., Auctioneers, Commission Agents and Sharebrokers, 8fc. OFFICE & YAEDS ADJOINING BUCHANAN'S OOtTET HOUSE HOTEL, Un&OHSSTBft. N»B. All commissions untniBted to the above wwreoeive immediate attteniiou. Account sales promptly rendered. ECOLES & PQGSON, Lemonade Sf Soda Heater Nanttfacturert, ? ? ? ?? CHARTERS TOWEUS. 1®* All empties not returned charged Gd. each. Beresfofd, Melbourne jc New Zealand Shoeing. Forge. f CHARTERS TOWERS, Close to the Reefers' Armej l|otcL ' Patrick Crowley Lennan EOjtMEELV Bln»er' io the Marquis of AYaterfprd, and late of Melbourne and Kew Zealand, begs fro inform the inhabitants of Charters Towers and Millchceter, amTtheeur district, that he is about to open a bHOP at Charters Toyvers, and uudertakes min ing work in ail its branches. Every kind of mining tools made and replaced by John. 3Jack wall and Patrick C. Leonan. <8T Parties wishing to have their horoes plated for the coaxing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 1 August 1874

, . ,u »;*; * WEHEJUMfAPiffif Bpei&Uyirtotoa.ta the inUW**» {#. tf* / j.- *f Northern..... ^,.i. ?;.! i.: ?'? - . t <.? "!?. ..j;ininu3-.vi.>' eiil biifuilV. ' ? i.'. On tdnK^jra^r-innr | tittet, 10 per oenL mwnnt 1 'lSar^0^i^rt,!«ioeedl^'»«» h*a,*rtil t£«'«nlferta WrtbT STper quarter. .<i$Ml«*nAer: of hWrtiW*;MBiW^ Wl >' jfltiBtywiitten-on'^H^diettiwHTOt. .>..:? WMft&gif. oifattbe bursting.!; ^^nnrtfcpmttroaed tp, liter Sum 8 p.m. on Thnrstoy. '? . '??. .? ? ? - :1 ? 'MM . Lm.'j'!!". . ? jiraOTfiiiwr.iMnanmwB. ? V All Bottoinbt^etornoi ebuajed-for. ..??Ill* -iv* ylh.-'-.-f.-', .?_'? .????-' ? L JT ;t|; BOB^lttSpV' bane io loforn «ptBed« Store txtbtaining * »»U-»olfot?a,eW «f«rfeiy*h» bo,t mm wtmv& jyjJOtfiSiLE 1ND BBXAIt BUtCHEB. . tttXOSSll'iUi H, HUBERT & 0P-. t OTifiTEBS TOPEES. >>.".?';;,,::-r.. '. i' .'' / \ '« '. ^ --~ HQUSE.' j. I.ISSNEB & Oo . _' ' idBiMBBa TowBHa.' OOIjE JLfcent» ft>r the echjb...

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