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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 19 March 1887

MEETINGS TO BE HELD. Protoatant Allanoo meatn ?frclih 80, at 7.80. No. 12, L.OTL., meet April 5, at7.80 No. 11,, L.O.L., mceto April 4, oft 7,80. No, 140, L.O.L., mect A?ilc, 7 at 7.,0 p.m. 8on0 of TempcOLnm?, No. 27, maoct ?Lorch, 28.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

EETEENOHMENT. TuE efTorts of tho Minister for 0Tustico after retrenLchmlnnt ini his depsrtmnent havo not stolltlpp with the tlispensiug of the services of assistant clerks of petty sessions. Mr. Clarke recently called for a return showing the amounts receivedt by clerks of petty sessions duriug the year 1880, in addition to the sutls voted them as salarios, The retivrn re ferred to show that the amount p:id away to clerks of petty sessions as fats, &c., ap. proaches £7000. In addition to their yearly salaries, it appeals that these gontlemon re coive fees as registrars of small debts courts, as district ragistriers of births, deaths niil marriages, as columnissionors of alildavits anti as miling legistiars. As instances, the fol. lowling are mettioned :-One cldic reidivell last year £340 as fees, ill additioni to his salary; another £20.1, another £200, alothilr £158, another £130, soveral others £100, another £86, and so on, All these clerks alit alcendy in possession of ve...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

THE EUROIPEAN SITUATION. A LONDON correspondent writes to the " Echo" :--Anyone who wishes to get a cloar unprjiudiced view of the present position of European politics should read the article on themn in tihe February number of the "Fort nightly Review." The writer, though an. onymous, evidently speaks as one in autho. rity and with intimato knowledge. He qote's the witty remark of nBaron Solwyn's, a Belgian Minister, that a diplomatic career consists in passing one's lifo in explaining to others things you do not undeistand your. self; The writer is evidently far removed from such a conventional diplomatist; and if European politicans, particularly French ones, will only read, mark, and inwardly digest his sayings, it will be well for F!ance andl Europe generally. On one point I feel cloearly justified in quoting from the " Re. view": " In the case of the Now Hebrides, the Australian objectors will have their hands strengthened by the fact'that the Fronch occupation of Now' Oaledo...

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HENRY WARD BEECHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

HENET WtARD· 39EECER. Va"l.have intolligonc6 of theo passing awnyr of the colobrat'eopnator of Plymouth ch'roh* :.onry Ward Booachor was.thlo fourth noon o·f ·Lymanl 13ocalbr ai~d lIoxalna Foolo • l0ooohhr, born a? Litchelhid, "Oolnnootit, June 24, 1?813, ,10k itidiod in publliLoatin ,nohools: naiBoston.. graduatod at Aml brht Gaollago, Mass,, 18:!l3, apdtl studloie 'tliiiology unt'lor hls fathrata nlt tl Laao Soslhinry,, nlo,.r Oljnchlput, Ohio., J1, I 'ls ulellud as n Preslyterian minister at Laurencelerg, Indiana, in 1837, removed in 1830' to Indianopolis, and became pastorof the Ply mouth Congregational OChurch at Brooklyn, Now Yoik, 1874. His churcrh edifice has s?cating capacity for nearly 3000 persons, and his church has a membership of over 2000. During his whole career he has mingled to a greater extent than almost any other preachcr and pastor of his donomina ,tion in matters not directly professional. For nearly a year, during his theological course, he edited the " Oinci...

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WHAT BURRAWANG WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

WHAT BUPRAWAN1G WANTTS. A wrnT illn the "] Burrawang Horald " re. marks :--"T'he.wantof police supervision has long boeen felt at both Burrawang and Wild's Monedw, but recently.theo contifu(dl absence of tho regulation " bobby" has il. lowed the rowdyisln and reprehensible lar. rikinism; in this neighbourboodrl to becomo dangerously rampant, It is only a few days ago that at a gatlinriig on the sports reservoe at Wild's iMeadow a seoono of disgusting and .lackguardly disorder occurre(l, and just a few days after wards, dluri~ng a cricket match at Binrrawang, another exhibition of gross misconduot occurred, when a couple of resi. dents engaged in blows, and one of-them for noerly half an hour- afterwards kept up a volloy of oaths and curses intermtnningled with the foulest and most loathsome expressions that oould pollute his to6gue, All thistook place on a field in :which were gathered a number of young mon and lads, and well wit!hin the hearing of a number of Irespec. table citizen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

T'' rT ,\ Ir0i '',i?'l,['R.NIl to l y' tan Ii nly Ioulln ' i ( IN IIiVTI l II(Art) lllt lrs. l'IL I N ll.nrl I;i 11 IN II Nj(?r'llJ IhI (I III h II h IdN I III' t1 I 11a,11itj' lIver 1l1 IlIhih r, I aI I I haII I I eIul ttliI ul' of thirty yclirN lmilIIIII.-A i. WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. THE disonso conlnelces with a slight dle rangement of tho tolnnch, ht, if Ilfeg lected, it in time. involves the whole frame, emoln bracing the kihliOys, liver, paicr'eaC, and in fact thle entiro glnnlalr esvtel ; nndl the afflictedr dlnrags not a miseralnblo exiteorice untllil death giveOs relief fronllsferinog. The disease is often Illli taken for other complnaints; but if the roedor will ask hIlmself tlhe followilg qeostions he will be o lo tin derllnin whethelollr he hJiOmsolf is one of theolnlicted :--lHaveo I distresC, pain, or dit fiulty in brenthilig after n tinig ? Is theo a dnli. harnvy feeling, nttouled by dhrowsimmes ? HInave theo yoe a ynllow tingeo ? pcs a thick, ...

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AMUSING BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

AMUSING B? EACIH OF PIOOMISE CASR. Mir, Lcwsc' WVuI.I,,Ms, s , Q, and a jury sat at Manclester on January 20 to assess the damlnages in a suit lbroughlt Iy Martha Geodrgiia Martin, an. attendanit at Mump's lRestaurant, Oldhalm, against Joseph lPlatt, also of Oldhamn, for brcachl of pronisde 'of marriigc,. Judgnment in .the noation lind beon allowed to go:l by default, aft?r which £21 had been. paid into court. Mir.:Asoroft for tlhe plaintillt'sanid tho dlofondant, who was an architect in a good position, was accus. toncedl to takelc his meals at the restaurant whore the' plainltiffl' was one of the principal attendlnts, The lotters butween thu parties began with two or throe shoots, and dwindled dlown to a littlel postcard (laughter.c) -'The letters hbelongedt td tlf- pCeriolds-thlo bud. ding period, hlofor~,i on ngagenit, thei flowering period, and the period of decony rel;resented by the postoard. On Novmlcber 21, 1882, he wrote :-" You nmay I sure, cny darling, that I mllssted ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

* TNbssnt.No r Tssls'rnnoo is n sgool, tIlns . whitelior Itiplld tit Iito or5 troporty, Nat ]Is, , iltsalnei i alyihlg tliath os ioi hoth iDr, i]oui,s (Riahasy ua1] Ilvor) iii toss sio lisis, It is anl te'ss groast rososldy ILis l soid llst. ofliuiosls ostlisrtic, nosl nuisthig nt ltsu asast tistau .ass tllo.ilhitr, kid hlu0's ntsl dtowrsat It ri ll ot e nls thisOt OaIgatass assIst tllatsstboH tihoro ta isrlfotIs thlri tlattus pssfuuuIty. I. hnss wosldurlfui iw.?vr,-- Aiv, iospnrtaltat logilnsiiin fLr' Irohlsssd is ihnpo.. sitloe, snyaa ir, ()atndstotso, it tIho psrosutt uus saittlod sstssrief astlslt's, 555l0TilF Bll~tOI 15 TIIlE Litaqlti,'-Ohiarktt's Worhlt*l'lltisd lslssssl Mlixtltltlii ti a wnlTtotsiJ !o slunlle tats Illso bhatl rtolutll it hllllitllsls'i frosts w\Yilttivol i?uiaast sthihlts, Iros ,alOrlolh daoareyr Skin tllat lilons Ll sostss, snd Sores of rl'kiorn s lHt alllatAts nro Intsrvollos tsi, 'J ittuslllidti s ti'uultialoslihs, Sohlt hi i]ottllis5i lintilll si1H esalll...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

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ORDINATION SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

ORDINATION SERVICE, TIx induction of tlie Rev. J. HI. Price to the in curnbenny of Christ Cihuroch, Kiamn, was per formed at mornirg servireo on Sunday last, Iy thie Adrlirristrator of tIhe Dioceso, the Venerablr Archrdeacon King, B.A. Having read the license signed Iry the Conesulata in thie aseorce of thie Prirmate, and aR(liristered the usruIi charges to thie miiselor annd c.hurchwarlrens, the Adminias trator commerndedi tihe now pastor to tile prayers of thie congregation, and a few minutes were spent in silent devotion. T'hie Rev. Archdeacon preached from 2 Corilthians rut, 4.6, "And such trust have we throughr Ohrist to God-ward : Not tat we iro ellticienrt 'of ourseolves to think anrythilg as of ourselves; but our rrfieiOney is of God ; who also Ihath made ns able inisteirs of the now testrament." In thie corrse of a simnple and able exposition of the text the pronelror pointed orut that it must not be forgottrie thirat miniHtere of the GOrspel shared thie common Ol in lirrrr...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

Dr. C·roed's Cruniation Bill has boon agnio counted ourt. Sir Ionry Porkos is (any thoe iailly ''cc grauh).in fovour of wonatn suffrage, Thu Prounioreoxpocta to bo. oblo tnintodulisod it Local (overnmteont Il31 vusotu non in thu month of Joitte. lMr. J, A'Elhonu would rutronoh the salatlos of: the Speaker, tho Chkirinan of Cotnunltuos anad the hoads of deisirtotonts. . .It.ilA ruported on god rntlhority tht tlihot vornmont finaioll proposals will inehido an exels dunty on colonial boor. Six iorporipry clbrks of 'potty sessions at tine Control and Wltter Polico Courts, Sydpoy, will be dispensld 'ith tftAr April 30th. The now ruilbo povidbog for olosiog a dbakto tinder rctabin coOdiitionS I sed0( tls Hliouso of aCqn ditHi oFriday oslight by a majority of 202. *Sir lienry.: prkek admitted having ooind spooitl'rgihs rX~t'itA'jthu olootions. Tholer coot weri.au foll'swf:--To Orohgo, £10 .18(; to lungeuidore (iwin~bayann trip). £12 8s; (3ol hrun to Ganl iig oj, aniid, bk to Hltrdon, £21 1...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

CORRESPONDE1NO. T'O 1Til 111'ITOR OF T'II KAIAMA R0lPoRTTEl Sn,*-I rogret tihat I should havo occasionl to oxpres my1 dislitisfaotioln with tie dleciionll of our' Agricultural' Society's committUe in the matter of thie prtest entered by theKinana Pliouor Dahiy Omopany iu colnnoctioa with tihe prize offutered by m for the best factolry madt e butter. Th'le conditiona Ias colltained in lly let ter to time omlluittoo are io cloer that I am t aa oHs' to kmnow how a1ly holuest illtolligeolnt ersorn c1uld form an olpinllioll in keeping withll tile do cisiol 1rri1 vl it. 1 wxill ilot occupy yol slpace by replrodcmlg nmy letter in extmaiao, but tlhe c'tiiitions lnated tlhr'ein are as foill ws :: " e1 10 for boat, anlole i of factory mrade buttir, suitable flor wI(IhIeale iirkot; ily roelms fori lelinlilitiu it to ftttlm' nloadh is, thit last y.iar thll alclichl pjrizes exocludedl the fetwrires.e" Now I think it is very clearly known whiat is meant in the Coulnlletll lcculetetionl by thu tor...

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THE PROBABILITIES OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

THE PROBABILITIES OF WA h 'Tc " Times' " Briusels correspondent gives currehcy. to thereport of what lhe says is a u:sa!lywplil.infodrmedl provincial journal, thatl a nmoting of the principal Belgian generals was Jekl a few days ago, at the Ministry of WVarF for the purpose of making arrange ments for a mobilisation of the army. The opinion was expressed bIy all that war on tihe Belgian frontier, was inevitable, and that it would probably break out next May or June. Thie French papers discuss the chances of an impending war. The "Matin" publishes a romnarkallo article by M. Jules Simon, eqtittled " La Paix." TheI writer concludes: "Yes, there is no doulbt we want peace; we have need of it. We shall have it. But there must now be no mistako in Europe, in France, in Parliament, or at tile Elystne. A reckless move, an unfortunato word, might cause torrents of bIlood to flow. 1-'o who this day does not work for peace is insane. Hu who labours against it is crimi nal." The " Figaro," whi...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

NO''E~S AND NEWJS, Dynr'amilo Irn Iboon wcauooeaflly uIsdl for driving pilos in 1lillary, In a lifthnoi of 84 yonar, the human lho.rl wonlid boat 2,800,770,000 tino.s, A typo of thei (nlatilhg lnu has hoon lIventod whloh will lira 1200 hlota por Iinlnuto. Tiohe price' pid for Mr , (ladsteone's a nrtiolo on " Looikuloy THll a ixty Yeaunr After," contrlbutoled to thu Ninatoortllh Canturlly ' of January, is £250. ''hle is tlolivud to bo theo Ilrgest alln paid for n proso alliulo in an mnaaleno of lato yanra. A notelod medie nlthonrity rocommnonil the following In an asuo of diphthorlia :-Pour from Lwenty to forty dropns of a tnixtuire of oequnl parts of turpuntinlo and cnrbullo acitl ino a Itotilo of wator, kopt shininoring .ovor a stlow 1iro, so thlat the io oif theo dlok .room will hb con stantly improgn'nteid with tho odour of thoso two substances A oorroepondont \vriltn from Wnalgott :-Mos q litoo bmoulnd haro in nyindylad, Duining tho 1dny ono Ihres n few loars (qtllOtlloss anld p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

IOROUGHOFKKIAMA. Abstract Statement of Accounts for Half-Year ending - -onday, 31st January, 1887., 1887. £ s d 1887. · .a ,d Jan. 31- Jan. 31 To Rates for 0 months to dato ... 4065 8 2 By Balanc due to City Bank, last ,,Water licenses .. ... ... 1 15 0 audit ... ... ... ... 1303 .6:0. lPolico CoutrtFines, per H. Coi. ,, Exchalgeeon Cheque ..;.... 0. ,0 0 nell, Eseq., C.P'.S ... ... 3 15 0 ,, Interest do ovordrawn accou?lt., 285 18 4. ,,.Endowament on rates ... ... 280 17 2 Balanco debtor ... ,.. ,801 10 4 £7,040 .5 8 £7,646 5 8 KIAMA. WARD. Tq Rlates ....... ... ... 100 8 8 Balsnco debtor at last audit ... 3803 18 11 ,, Water Licenses... ... ... 115 0 By Proportion of. Itarest..... . 152 13 0 ,,Fines ...... 3 15 0 ,, 1 oxchango ... , .O 0 2 sShsare of Endoswment .... 75 13 9 : .. 3alancedobtor .. .. ..3,075 10 8 £53,050 12 1 . £3,156 12 1 TAM]3EROO WARD. .To . Rts . .. 171 13 2 Balanc debtor at last audit ...1,0,J0 4 4 '; Shiro of Endowmont..... .' 41 17 3 By Propdrtion of.lotrl......

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A WARNING TO PARENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

A WARfNING TO PARENTS. Tun- recontl tragedy nonr Armidalo (writes the "o Echo ") should be a wsrning to paronts in countr'y phuco!s, .athers and mothlrs cannot always bL at homel; but the pnril of leaving young childrh n without propor gunardianship in places tlhat are remnote from help in oase of nood should surely suggest saolf.donial aid tho oexhalusting of all otheor resources hcfore running such terrible risks. In this cnas it appor'rs tlhat five .onig ohild rVl w(lvo loft all night alolm.ie,' 2Two little boys who shlpt in an outhouse ?escaed thu dangeor to which it appoears thoy ?'ero un. ncessarily expose l; but the threea little girls, aged ,l, 4, and 2 yhars, uwere ltiwivitlh thu houau which thely wero lft' to mind, If this wero an isolated case of torribleo consoequllnces from ?ach ex. posurce of young ohildren to dangmor, ra. gmrd for the d(listress of the parents might disarm oiticism ; ulnt thu evil is well known to bo commonly protisoed and very lightly, thought of in ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

TELEGRAPHIC INTJLLtE1'C.E. (PRoM CUon OWN CoanIiESo aNDR'r.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, 11 a.m. The Governor opens thoe Goulburn Agri cultural SIhow on Firiday next. Out of 120 candidites DB ransd thlernia triculation examination at the University. Thu mail steam ir Ballarat has arrived at Albany. Among the passengers are the Earl and Couitess of Aher'leeu. Thu trial of Captain Rossi has resultedl. in a verdict of not guilty. Mr.· Goodlet, Chairman. of the AM].M. Society, has addi'essed a letter to thu press in referenc to the question of pensions and gratuities, and'exprssees his, intention of ie signing unless he retains the confidence of' the shareholders. . The Electric Light Handicap wvasjs ht. ponied in consoIeuence' of the' inClensent state of the weatlet. 7 p.nm. An.influential ileputatien from the Coniss aercial, Pastoral, and Agricultmral Assboi-. tion waited on the Premier to-day to lay lbefore hinm hen necessity fr an limmo hte reform in the Lend Act of 1884. The Ron, S.. A. Josep...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

iT'voiwsnrTANDiNo tlie wearisome debate on tihe Divorco Extcnsion Bill which consumed the greater part of Friday's sitting in tile Assembly few, if anly, additional arguments either pro or con were brought forward. 'The measure was so far advanced that the second reading was adjourned for a week, It speaks little for the popularity of the Bill that this progress was made in the face of objections that the country had not had time enough to thoroughly digest tile sub ject, that several. memnbers of the House whoso opinions should be worth listening to had not yet had an opportunity to give ex pression to their views, and that the mean sure was being pushed on with undue haste, while no urgency for such legislation had been manifested. Thie opponenlts of the Bill tried to postpone tie debate in its earlier stages, but thoemoton was negatived by a stroing Oovernment majority. Symptomselof stonewalling were beginning to set in when MS. NEILD, who had charge of the Bill, wisely consented...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

.1g'armers & Gaardclc rs ft'17S 0% rG'll1;6 ANDERSON & CO,'S SEEDS. FOR ALL CROPS GENUINE & RELIABLE. ASK YOUR STOREKEEPERS FOR THEM, AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. ANDERSON &r C0O., SEEDSMEN AND PLANT MERCHANTS, 216 & 218 PITT STREET; S YD N E Y. 7-7-86 Jo0N RITOHIE, SIIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, AND, COLONIALT PIIODUC[i M E] r lCIIANT, Caledouial Whrnrl, Sydney. Strict Abttention given to Returns, 7-31-80-y "I)iseasild Natlua ctflentiies brIeaks forth i stringe ciiptioas."-Act ill. Scn.e I. TO THE PUBLIC. f031 ptlmitlh s alf lering 'rrom uer\'us nol'ee liklm az'o al'l'ail froui shear Ihshfl'nhess nllu |lliit it y oI'Itti( ONAII.,Y ('roiiIlt n llleclicli tllnlli--( etnlOP nliol?s arve hIunt t tlhcoltf-possC.'iicii rlca emnll lrHX wh']t' ill the cotlY ting I ' n,:H 11? (Io nc, cirntely loscirihe theiri scyiipiliiis--iiafi Ihl;iti at ll'c, nid the Ilnatul'Oa of tlle (iHsuau lhcy soflor f'rmn, Let eiichii pOIersons (ti or ohn) it qiall'tly d(own in thile...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 23 March 1887

LOAL AN?D DISTRIOT NEIWS, Loll COOttnixTrox opoe the lhGoulburn elhow on Friday Ineoxt. I ?nboAw.1eo hla raixed £8 Ie Oid for a 8ohonl of Arts, mid hlne askeld (oveIInV'Lenllt for Ia cOr rel'olndilg subshidy. ..... To G(aulhlrn Muntlllail Council are nelootiat Ing with n iiydlny i'm for na ollll of £10,000J onl o per eiit, dleboleturo, ' - NoI N.I'iONMs of Committeentoo no for the Khiam Agriculiural Ansociltion muet bo eent ill not litor than Friday neoxt. T '.ou St, Patrick IT D)ny tpbrte at Broughton Crook woro e0ll iltrol'onixod, A bll iws h]old ill the Exlhibitio Hell in,the ovoning, Ar the Canden Shlow?tliero wero ovidently soto0 light.ftiogerd d gdldFr,. Oneo goentloiian woe eOaeOd Of :E(i0O, .while tlhrbo ladloes wero mitius their purees, 'I'm, dangorous praclice of polinnitng do's about the town ie Iprevalent juSt now in Gnol burn, liud lhas houon brought Iunder the nlotico of the superlntendent of pulioo. AN additional lawyir hlns hoilo attracted to nottle almongst Its ii t...

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