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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

Dr 9 d .. n1 locers LADIES, t1 C are opened the Try and male convenift to co e a see them. ,I shall be glad to send you samples. T,4o value this season beats all in the past. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress o ods an immense variety. 0Qalicoes, } Sheetirngs,_Cambrics,...3Juvil Embroidery, all widths. ----ffiine k o very hng o choose *rom at 'y7;Dl' I / ( :)I 1U .lII9usa5T llh- ' r [ ? iqM 1 -149r-Bourke- street-East.-149 - ,.B JL. Ll.AJ. i C"I in.s; tUI E L TE.J. N WI 0 K IlATEWAY ·\Vf-`COJJLJNS, Family, Girocer' . WOOD;ICOAL & GENERALf EaLWAYli ONHAND. " f . ; T ' P 0 ',? E1, I-. l-. iGlloolsosf O Best 'Quality ait' vey, ?,,?i-. ' ', ·ltloderati" Prlces I It iI::, -,.S1peal Advertisements. General House, Painter S -' Decorator, &c., -1 iI . - .Good, orkmanship. -and Best. Materials SGuaranteed. " 6 i Ch' Street,, Arinadaiet - Estimates Given.. 'C"ARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, - " '- 46A &Ch rapel" - Streeot," S'. Estimates , ven.-, . ! Furniture Repai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

ankns. , hmerciai Bank of .\Australia S. } ;(Limited) ,.. . . -- ooooo V ?- .ý ,;.. ? ..... Reflz. ud ..600,000 H (iNO -30S COLLINS ST. W.0 SMELBOURENE. " Londo ',OfBee--l hopsgate St. Vithina, :corner o'df ?denhall-strcct, E.. " 1 BftTGHTON'BRANCH- Corner of zBay .& Cochrane Streets. is allwedon FIXiED DEPOSITS highest-Current rates. DRAFTS on London office, branches and ag'?iies ofthu'anIi-ii sucd at lowest rates of exchange. Bills Disqounted,andc Adyances Made. r"DM" SlSpecial'Adqetiseeints. A. TO0LYIN HOUSE " PAI NTER1V- AND DECORATER, 17 COMMERCIAL pnAD, 17 .Prahran, NE"A THE I'ABKET, UsONISALE; , LOWEST PRICES: TRIADE SUPPLIED. j n Paperhangings, Leads, Oils, Colors '"'-variishes,' Glas"s iid' Sizsa ALL COLORBS. Caustic Soda, Shellac, Brushware, Spirits, &c., &qo. j:;'! ; Glazing for the Trade. Produce Merchaints, Brighton Produce Store and - ..- Wood and Coal Depot r BRADLEY AND SON L y '?ate M,L., Macartney, '.BA'Y STREET, BRIGHTON ` p (,Oposite the B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

- R 0- s P E -C T U S O1 THE BIGHTON ;COFFEEE PALACE COMPANY, ,ITO BE REGISTERED. CAPITAL : £30,000, in 30,000 Shares " of £1 each; : Payable 2s Gd on Application, 2s Gd on Allotment, 2s 6d at Three Monthie, and 2s Gd at Six Months. Rebate at the rate of six per cent. per annum upon S instalnients in advanae." >'.r-t? ll It is not anticipated that any further Calls will'be necessaryv . ' S'? . Provisional Directors .?HON. T. BENT.; DAVID ABBOTT, Esq, J.P.; V. J. WILLIS, EsQ.; W. T. MOFFATT, Esq., J.P. ' . M'A''HOWDENj Esq' ,Secretary :,i , I H. W.- MILLS, EsQ, Architect . ' CHAS. D'EBRO. Solicitors : ABBOTT & EALES.,, S Brokers: THE 'MERCANTILE' 'FINANCE . , :GUARANTEE ANDAGENCY., COMPANY, LIMITED, , i 46 ELIZABETH STREET. This Compan? is to be formed for the purpose of acquiring that splendid pro pery at Brighton- Beach known as " Wellington," along with ample grounds, which it has beeii'arranged to purchase, with the object of convertingitinto a first class Coffee Palac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

A NT Boot ,ands Shoe Warehouse, ,1I:z .a.1 :oCommercialRoadgt 1; , Supplies a a firat-class article ,at a very S mode'rate price. "° .!:anthe!large .inreaseb in, his business .is1 ?':he- be't piobfSthat ;h'e gives satisfaction:---'-"--, , " ,I, .' One trials will prove this, BARKLY & PARLIAMENT STREETS WM 'C ZA R K1, CONTRAji TOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Gardein' Paths, Verandahs,, ardsds, Workshops, .&c., &c. &c. FENCING,'? OARTAGB, ;& PLOUGHING. :: "ON SALE :-Metals, RBubble, S:''" creenings, Bricks, &c. - . . BAVINTON, - BO OT M:AK E R, . POINT NEPEAN: ROAD, North Brighton. ..hi Y . .- :- i COMMERCIAL ROAD DRAPERY WAREHOUSE. DUNLOP. & EDWARDS, Are now showing a choice selection of NEW WINTEI3 MILLINERY S MANTIES & DRESS GOODS, Ladies' Tailor-made Jackets, Ladies' Tailor-made Ulstcrs. Ladies' Paletots. Ladies Trimmed Bonnets & Hats.: IFeathers, Flowers, Wings, and Fancy Orna: 'ments. Fancy Tweeds and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

THE UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, 800B RERN' MIIISPHERE.`: `, Every Household and Personal Beqirement' The Federai Emporium ?: . E quitable Stores. George & George SLimited, . . Offer Country usMtomers the Beat ValueObtalnable in Melbourne. Band Trial Order and Prove It. Country Onetomere Can Rely on Their Orders Belag SStrictly Attended To.' " :: GOODS SENT TO ALL PARTS OFTHEl WORLD. In ordering, please forward full name and address, mode of transit, and-quote paper from which prices are obtained. bAMPLES, PRICES ..and PATTBNS will be FOR, WARDED on APPLICATION, SPECIAL QUOTATIGONS FOR SEUAr RBB -and FARMERSB' SUPPLIESB. SBPECOIAL NOTE.-The Company Supplles Every thing You Require, from a Needle to an Anchor. SPECIAL LINES S At, S THE FEDERAL EMPOBIUM. LADIBBES' UNDEROLOTHING. Just arrived, a shipment of real Irish Handmade Underclothng. Nights, special line, 61 lid, 8s ed. Trimmed real Torohon Lace, l1e d., 188 6d, 1l 64 to 26s Od. Chemirse, Venetian Torchon Fronts, 7s l?d, 8S 61, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

p:AFHP EiR H:A.:N:oG INGS Of1 Every Description from 21d per piece; sauitable Kitchen, B ?ledrom Hall "Dining or Dra '. NOTHING .' in the town of Brighton to surpass them "*"' : '" . . : . . A T : SThle price they ar to be obltained from MACPHERSON& LAWRIE : Painters and Decorator,. CHURCH - S..TREET, MIDDLE BRIGHTON. T A 8. ... .. L j N .., Perfect Wall . -;Decorationof the N S -19th centnury. ARTIST TIC. ;., SANITARY.; DURABLE. can be decorated to imitate Metl; Wood Terra-cotta or Majolica. ' D :Dado Decorations Frbm lid. to 's. 6d. per yard. Sanitary. - and other washable wall papers. Pavitt's Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes.. Windsor aind.Newtoii's Artists' Colors, Sable, Cable and Hog Hair Brushes. Opal Glass, Plain and Ornamental Glass, Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale.. ,MACPHERSON & LAWRIE HOUSE DEcoRATOs, Undertake every Description of HOUSE PAINTING and DECORATING. All work executed in a first-class manner. The Address is CIU R C H. ST REE T...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

FR&GMENTS OF FUN. CONNOISSEUR - "I tell you what it is, M'Daub, those ostriches are simply superb. You shouldn't paint anything but birds." Artist (disgusted)-" These are not ostrihese; they are angels." WIFE-" I declare I am almost ashamed to go to church with this hat on. It isn't at all the style." Hueband--"Is this Bridget's Sunday out?" Wife-" No." Husband " Why don't you borrow here ?" " AND now you promise to fondly love and cherish me through all the future years, my darling one?' " Well, George, I can't say as to the exact number of years, for one of us'll probably pan out first; but I'll agree to set up three good, equare meals a day as long as we hang out together." And next morning she proudly exhibited a solitary ring to "Paw and Maw." "FOR ten years past," said the new lodger to his landlady, " my habits have been regular as clock-work. I rose on the stroke of six ; half-an-hour later I sat at breakfast; at 7 I was at work, dined at 12, ate supper at 6, and was...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. THREE RUNAWAY GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

TI I TH=YO"UNG' FOLKS. a THREE RUNAWAY - GIPLS. Br KELVYN GROVE. ' Girls, let's seek oar fortunes I' This was the startling proposition I made to my two younger sisters one bright spring morning. * Let's I' eagerly responded the older of the two, a brown.eyed beauty of ten years. 'You'll go, won't you, Mynie ' she added, turning towards the youngest of as, the girl baby of the family, who had just reached her eighih birthday. I was the eldest daughter of a large family, principally boys, and was rapidly approaching the advanced age of twelve. I was known among our neighbours in the dear old town where we then lived as a 'tomboy,.' I was devoted to out-of-door games, and oared little for dolls. I could swing a bat or kick a football with the biggest of my brothers, and I often rode the horses that grazed along the roadside barehbacked through the town. The good villagers shook thdir heads at my mad pranks, and said ' That Kel Grove will come to no good,' A bad end had been pre. diete...

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THE NEW CROWN PRINCE OF GERMANY. HIS CHARACTER AND HIS RECORD. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

THE IEW O1OWN ?PRINCE OF r GERMANY.. P HIS CHARACTER AND HIS RECORD. cc (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) " He will certainly be a distinguished I man, and probably a great sovereign. W Prussia will perhaps have In him a second P Frederick the Great." Such was the ,e forecast which a shrewd and frank b observer made five years ago of the young man whom fate has raised to greatness before his time, and who is to-day acting Regent of Germany. That he will play a conspicuous part in the drama of a European history is a conviction which has a been impressed upon all who have had opportunities of observing the intelligence, tl the high spirit, and the independence of thel young Prince. It will be of interest, therefore, to recall what preparation he has P had for the work of government upon which 1 he enters to-day THE IDOL OF THE ARMY. First and foremost, like his grandfather. he is a soldier every inch of him. The Crown Prince's father is credited with ,too deeply Liberal a spirit, and with too I e...

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WANDERINGS IN ASIA. A VISIT TO JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

'WANDERINGS IN' ASIA. :.: (BY., RHoN. JAtsE OAMIP?rLL.) A VISIT TO 'JAVA. The journey from Kalipoetjong to 7Tjilat ap proved to be a very peculiar one.. In she early morning I found myself following the'wedana through the village to the bautns of the river. As I passed through the prin olpal'etreet I was struck with she u gns of prosperity and comfort in the houses, which seem to mark the Javanese peasantry as occupying a position above those of India and China, The Japaneso only seem to bave more comforts, though the houses of the Chinese are more solidly built than either. In Javan houses one sees cups and saucers and little odds and ends, which tell bt the progress of European manners and ideas. Doubtless the 'absence of caste helps the adoption of many western aomforts, as the Bindoo must cling -to his brass chatty for the mere sake of its purific.tion. I parte with the wedana on the best of terms. for hehad really done me good service. These wedanas are perhaps the most imp)rta...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 17.Present:-Crs. Holland (president) Langdon Griffin, Looker, Lane Long LePage, Ballantyne and Cotton. CAULFIELD RACECOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. TIWsIUDAY, MAY 17. Present :-Crs. Holland (president)', Langdon, •IGiiffid~7Lookor, Lane, Long, LpPage, _ Ballantyne and. Cotton. " . i:-:u? .OAULFIELD iRAOECOUnRSEo T i vi Prior to the reading of the minutes, Cr. Ballantyne drew the ouncil's at= tention to :a eport wvhich 'had ap peaied inxthe 'Mellibouiie daily papelrs, stating that the V.A.TC.O liad lodged an application with the M1inister 'of Lands for the .Crown grant: i of ' the Caulfield. racecourse. It was decided to opposd the application, as if it were granted, the course could" niot theni.be used: as a public `recretion ground. . Co RREisroND aNOE.E. From iithe Shire of Euroai re pleuro pneumonlia in cattle and' submitting a i:esoltion on the subject. Agroed to: .From DIepartment' of Public Works, sitating" that the i?iplicationis from Caulfield 'council for a ispecial grant for Danc~lnonig-road, -and ~ialso for Main-roads- `would receive due , con sideration=.Received. Fromn Police Department, in...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. ' L IEast Thursday was as usual observed as a public' holiday,: and the" customary celebrations took place.- In the morning theuvice-segal levee was held at Govern ment-house, and was attended by a large number.of.leading'citizens, and His Ex cellency the Governor, at a later period of the day, visited. Albert=park, where a review of the itetropolitan military forces I was"held: 'The'annual demonstration of I the , metropolitan fire brigades,'as well t as the football matches : which were 1 played on the Melbourne,and. East Mel bourne, and suburban cricket grounds, I proved most attractive to holiday iimakers. It is satisfacrorv to note that the day's proceedlings passed off without serious accident of any kind. At the firemen's I demonstration our locsl men showed up t well, and entered heartily' into the com- a petition.,. In, the, fire,alarm,practice, i.thh 1 Malvern.brigade met, with ian accidout, v the' lug' of the4plug iii which the hydrant I is fixed breaning off...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. THEY ALL DO IT! WHAT? [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 26 May 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. THEY ALL DO IT! WHAT?   Imitate our Genuine Magic Soap. A com- pliment to us, but rough on the unfortunate public whose clothes are spoiled when they use other than "A Heart Pierced with an Arrow" Magic Soap. Inventors and sole makers, The Victorian Soap and Candle Co., Geelong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

DON'T' THROW AWAY. Don't throw away your old crusts, sslvers, oake baskete, tea and coffee services, eto. Send them to John Danks and Sons, 49 onal Bourke street eeat, to be re-plated equal to new.-(ADVT.) Immense numbers of emigrante are arrivlppl at Queenstown to embark for the oUnited States, special trains being run from She country to Queenarowa to meet the increased passenger traffic. Over 1,000 emigrants ear). barked for New York and Phil.delphia on the four Transatlantio steamers City of Rome, City of Chicago, Baltic, and Britib Ring. The City of Rome did not wait for the American mall. A. man named Bashell, formerly one of the leading tradesmen of Saudwioh, was ,euently found lying dead under a straw etack at Staple, near Wingham Five years ago be eas in good circumestances, hut taking to hbart the death of his daughter, he becmo. melancholy, and neglected his busatrel~ which about nine months sinea fallsJ Bunhell has since been wandesing about, living, n charity. His death...

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My Love. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

My Love. Not as all other women are Is she that to my soul is dear; H-r glorion fancies come from far, Beneath the silver evening st.r; And yet her breastie even near. Great feelings bath ·he of her own, Which lesser coule may never know. God giveth them to her alone, A-d sweet they are as any tone Wherewith the wind may obhance toblow. Yet in herself she dwelleth not, Al hough no home were half so fair; No a mplest dnty is forgot; Life hath no dim and lonely spot That doth nor in her eunshine share. She doth little kindnesses, Which mosat leave undone or despise; For naught that sets one heart at ease And giveth happiness and peace Islow esteemed in her eyes. She hath no scorn of commnn things; And, though she seems of other birth, Round as her heart entwines end clings, And patiently sha folds her wings To tread the humble paths of earth. Blessing she is; God made her so; And deeds of weAk-day holiness Fall from her noiseless as the snow; N..r hath sheever chanced to know That aug...

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AT THE STORES. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

AT THE STORES. OHAPTean I, She was tired. A long day at the store-,' with a July sun beating down upon the b.,ilding, is wearying; hbt when to all the harassing caloulations as to the neseaesar details of a boy's sohool outfit from a woman's point of view, are added the necessities from that same boy's point of view, then is that woman's life a borden indeed. ' Oh, I say, aunt, I don't want any more pocket handerchiefe; but I can't possibly go to school without a decent racquet.' And when this same boy seems to have solved the problem of perpetual motion, to say nothing of an ubiquitous oresence, it is easy to understand the condition of mind and body with which Mrs. Dale finally aog gesled an adjournment to the refreshment room. Five minutes before she bad seen the boy descending with interested f ce-which he vainly tried to make lordly and calm-in the lift, and had rejoiced over the prospect of some peaceful moments over the con templation of socks, and here he was at her elbow ag...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST: A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD BOOK I. THE TWO LADS. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

THE OUTLAWS OF TUN STALL FOREST:* TROMANCE 'OF.,THE OLD: WORLD' Br ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, Aih.r' 6t . t?sa;r Island." dto. ':BOOK L " THE TWO LADS. COtIAPTERV. ' BLOODY aB THE HUNTE.' The lade lay qdiet till the last footstep had melted qn the wind. Then they arose, and 'with many an ache, for they were weary with constratlnt, clambered through the ruins, and tecbroaed the ditch upon the ratter, Matcham h*ad' picked up the wiudac and went first, Dick following stiffly, with his cross-bow on his arm, ' And now,' said Matcham, forth to Holywood ' 'To Holywood I' cried Dick, ' when good fellows etans shoe t Not i. I would see you hanged fir, Jack 'a .edftrs t, Jack.' ' ' Ye would leave me, would ye ?' Matcham asked. ' Ay, by my yooth,' returned Dick. ' An I te not in time to warn these lade, I will go 'die with them. What, would ye have me leave my own won that I have lived among ? I trow nor. Give me my windao.' But there was nothing further from Matcham's mind. 'Dick,' he said, .' y...

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A Losing Joke, [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

i A prominent physician of littslurg1aid?l jboipgly to a lady pantipnt wlo was conm platning of lidr'rcontilnod'il'he?Ilth, tind' of his ifnability' toncurO'lior, ~i'ry'Dr. Soulo'si AtioricasH op Bitters !!, 1hoal]ady 'took'"it' intearnes0t and csed the; Bitters. fromi:which shoeobtiined':pormanent Ihealthrr She.noi?t laughsRat the doctorfor :lbi joke,iUnt hoj isi not so )vell pleased with it, as itppst hi,~wtta gRo- patient ' Igarrsyrg Patriot;1

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BRICHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 28. Present—Councillors Bent (Mayor), Burrows, Francis, Hamilton, Munro, Huntley and Walstab. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. -o- MfONDAY. MnAY 28. Present-Councillors Bent (Mayor), Burrows, Francis, Hamilton, 3Munio. Huntley and Walstab. CORRESPONDENCE. From II. Kane; submitting a claim for compensation for the loss of a horse caused by an obstruction allowed to remain in New street.-Referred to' the Water Supply department; as it was stated that they were responsible for the accident. From A. Walatab, requesting the council to use its influence with the Postmaster-General to have the con venience of the residents of Middle Brighton studicd in the shanpo of the reoponing of the telegraph office. As also that lio beo requested to make ar ranugoments for the conveyance of letters nn Sunday, from Brighton, in order to their being in the city in time for the first delivery, Cr. Waltnab at somne length advo cated the claims of the residents of 3liddlli Brighton to tolograplh faeilitios, antd alno pointed out the inuounvlenice arising from there being no nmall from priglp ofter f?t! o'ulo...

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CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

, CRU1MBS SWEoT >:: tA serious outbreaklofsrmal-pox:has, Lakeni.pla6eatdlIartinique; Ind:iisland: intlie lesser Alitillebs,:'.4,r :, STlO Salonica tiilw y1 ls.jnow. been. officially opened' for ,passengr?iand: o ....... ,. ,,,,, ;cl l:,, i r.,, ,. ::. . :,L'.` (?l'hdj Oberlin'd tiiNslmine of -Queeis Slai?d'has=.' besnhbregnisterdd?' vithit3ai' I Itis areportedrnfromlati ankow, that, tliere may possibly boen idecirease ;:6f 20;000,0001b. 'f'to ifior the seaisobi'!'n j 1?deputation zhas -'aited xl,,uponthe Czar to urge His Majestyt dokallyig liisepq9veri to,, reservo .,th .1peace? i ;f .. .. .i ...: . Stoltribler o caimtiaty has takCin plce" at .,Montreil in-, fia where a gasometer expfoded., and llled some. 20. persous :who ?vere,;i tie, vicinity aft, The fle.Rr" G BuAt1i , the. Roman, dafhohc 1bis o '?lihi has+is an able address to. his epop.e oxhort uing ,lthoI Ju o dey'ry O tlh)obcy, he (Ldsore recently ipsuec 9by thec1Bpe 1 Thhon!Hlronl.~Af. H' Dvites, Spealer of lthi'?.eid?s ...

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