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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

Local and General. 9 Sports at Cobeen.— A sports meeting will be heia at the 'Wine Hull Coreen, on Wednesday 29th November, FATAL FIRE.— In a fire which occurred on Saturday night in a lodging house in Glasgow, 32 men perished, while 32 others were rescued, many of thorn severelv burnt. BUSINESS.— Mr. H. O'Leary, of Sanger etreet, Corowa, informs us that be has engaged Mr. Brian O'Loughliri. 3o take charge of the tonsorial department ot his business. Pbevekt Despondency. — Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets vri\l brace up the nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency, and invigorato the whole system. Much easier to take than pills. For sale by T. Parkin, Corowa.* COBEEN.— A ball will be held at Mr. J. Leightons farm at Coreen, on Wednesday the 29th inst. The proceeds are in aid of the Corowa Hospital, and the ladies have generously undertaken to provide refresh-, ments. Tickets are Ss. each, and a good evenings enjoyment cau be anticipated. DISASTEB AT Sea. — The steam...

Publication Title: Corowa Chronicle, The
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District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

District News. y ? (From our own Correspondents.) [Details of local events will be gladly received from bona-fide con tributors. Help us by keeping your district well in the public eye, and you will be helping yourselves. — Ed. C.C.] ALBUBY. The Literary and Musical Festivals are going on all right Applications are now being called for an assistant secretary. This promises to be one of the biggest things held in Albury for years. Lord and Lady Jersey passed through here on Friday night. The vice-regal party waited at Albury for about an hour, then went on by a special. They were presented with flowers by the daughters of our station-master, Mr. C. James. Mr. T. H. Griffith also called on the party. Mr. T. H. Griffith was Mayor of Albury at the tune of Lord Jersey's official visit. That year Albury did things in style. The visitors had agreeable recollections of their visit, and enjoyed a chat with the genial ex-member for Albury. There is a good deal of criticism here on the action ...

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He Was a Mean Mun. Ans Consequently He Got Even With Her Just Once. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

He Was a Mean Hon. And Conaeqnrnuy He Cot Even Will Her JnM Oner. One of the mlldeet-mannerea men on earth is John Smith, of Podunk, though that Isn't his name or the name of his town, and tie married Sallie Jones, a red-headed school teacher, who thought ehe knew more in a minute than John did In thirty-seven years end five months. As the years vent by John became accustomed to lite with a superior [ woman, and the four or five times a year he got even with her in his quiet way appeared to reconcile him to the rest of the perrorm 'once. Tbe last occasion of an 'evenlng-up' occurred -a short time ago. Mrs. Smith was displaying her knowledge of war history and cognate branches. | ?' Wars,' ehe was saying, ' are commonly known among third parties by tbe names of the two nations involved, and It Is a rather ' remarkable (act that the usme or the losing . nation precedes that of the conqueror. For . ; iy example, we have the Franco-Prussian war, ~-L'. in which the French people came nea...

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Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

Commercial. LOCAL RETAIL PRICES. Butter (faetorj-) Is Id to Is 2d. Butter, (dairy), 8d to lOd. Cheese, 9d to lOd. Eggs 9d. Bacon, 9d to lOd. ', . Ham,9dtol0d., Currants'; 5£d to' 6d. ' **?'-' Raisins, 5d to 6d. Onions, (per. cwt.), 19s. Potatoes, 12s. Oats, 2s Cd to 2s 9d. Fowl Jeed,3s. Bran, lid to Is. Pollard, Is 4d to Is 5d. Flour, 16s to 17s. Chaff, £3.

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Hospital Sunday. BAND BENEFIT AT SAVERNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

Hospital Sunday. BAND BENEFIT AT SAVERNAKE. ? Following Up the splendid pro gramme the Border Brass Band have allotted themselves in the interest of the Corowa. Hospital, a1 recital was given by the members at Savernake on Sunday. Several residents of that vicinity had been working to make tne occasion a success, including Messrs G. H. C. Bentley, T. Ewer, Ellen, A. E. Sewell, M. J. Dwyer, and Miller. There was a splendid attendance. Probably Savernake had nevercollected such an assemblage previously. The hand rendered a lengthy, programme during the after noon, which was beyond doubt much appreciated. The collections as usual were in the willing hands of Messrs. D. Thompson and C. Clay ton, assisted by Mr. E. D. O'Dwyer. The result of their labour show the record total of £27 1 s, a magnificent response for such a gathering. The expenses totalled the moderate sum of £4 19s. Therefore, the Hospital benefits to the extent of £23 odd, and, in addition, promises of 15 bags of wheat. Se...

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Costly Suspicions. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

costly Suspicions. Here is an extract from a letter that a Cleveland man wrote, not long ago, to his wife, who was at an eastern cummer re sort :— ' You have been cone nearly two weeks now, and I have had just two letters from you. I Judge, therefore, that you are hav ing a splendid time. That's right Enjoy yourself. I wish I were there with you. But that, of course, cannot be. Business Is picking up wonderfully, and it would be foolish, or even worse, (or me to neglect It now. ' By the way, my dear, you took the key to the postbox with you. Please send It back at once. I happened to eee the post man yesterday, and he eald there were several letters In the box (or me. I can't Imagine why folks should direct my letters to the bouse. Don't neglect to send at once.' But she didn't send It. She took the first train home. She knew a thing or two con cerning the way other men had acted while their wives were away, and was not dis posed to be made a fool of. She didn't telegraph lo htm tha...

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COROWA STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

COROWA STOCK SALES. Messes A. A. Pig/jut 4 Co. report hav ing completed the following recent sales of stock by private contract, viz. : SHEEP.— 1600 ewes, 2, 4 and 6-tooth, for M. Sawyer, Eulomo, Bethungra ; 750 ewes, 2-tooth, D. and J. Rotation, of Goree; 700 ewes, 2-tooth, forW. J. Weir, Naxandera ; 680 fat lambs for \V. Gordon, Dookie ; 139 2-tooth comeback wethers for W. H. Hudson, St. Bernards ; 180 fat lambs and 190 ewes, 4. 6 and 6-tooth for J. Talbot, Daysdale ; 109 z-bred ewes, account EUerdie Estate ; 120 x-bred ewos, 4, G and 8-tooth, for J. Kilcomans, Coreen ; 255 fat lambs for Koberi Jack and Sons, of liutber glen ; 100 fat lambs for E. L. Taylor Ehannonvalc ; 1 Shropshire ram and 1 Lincoln ram for F. \V. Knight. ' CATTLE.— 277 heifers for A. E. Kinsey, of Bama Park, Moama ; 122 head of cattle for TV. J. Inncs; 42 springers' for Mr. Wakley, of Emu Plains, Urana ; 7 head of cattle for Stephen Harris o[ Tongala. rOUKOHDBBAND, ROW & CO. PBOPBI ETABY, LTD., report t...

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The Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

The Presbyterian Church. Last Sunday was observed as Hos pital Sunday by the Corowa Presby terian Church, when the Minister, Rev. A. McWatt Allan, conducted three services in aid of the local Hospital. The attendances were particularly good throughout. The hymns sung, portions of Scripture .read, the prayers, as well as dis courses', all- referred to the subject ot the day. In the morning the Preacher's topic was ' The Problem of Human Suffering,' based on the words of Christ in Luke 13th chp., 2nd verse, and on similar statements found in the book of Job. After pointing out the erroneous character of the conclusion connecting great Buffering from great sin, the speaker spoke of the benefits accruing from human suffering, mentioning some of the discoveries in chemistry, botany, and anatomy, which were made through physical pain. Suffering, however, was not the dominant note in human existence, hence it caused to shine more luminously God's great goodness as seen in the general healt...

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ALBURY WOOL SALES. FRIDAY, 17TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

ALBURY WOOL SALES. Fkiday, 17th November, W. S. NORMAN 4 Co., report holding their first wool sale of the season to-day, when they submitted tin attractive catalogue of district wools, which met keen competi tion from tbe largest gathering of buyers from both Sydney and Melbourne who havo yet attended an Albury salo, many repre senting English and Continental manufac turing firms. An entire clearance was made, prices {or all classes being welt up to comparative values current in ' Melbourne or Sydney, as evidenced by sales of prin cipal lots as follows : — Cumberoona, 1st comb, ewes ll}d, a nice soft wool of fine quality ; x-bred lid ; Weebo Park merino lljd ; lambs 9d ; Kil nacroft (Mr. C. 3. Morton's wool from Jindera) x-bred lOjd to lOJd. merino lOJd, lincoln 9d to OJd ; Mossy DelJ, from Yecoag Creek, merino lOJd ; D.C Yeroag Creek, merino lojd ; V.G, merino lid to lljd (Mr. J. Ferryman's merino from Table Top brought lOgd ; (JT. (llr. Tynan's come back to lid, merino lOjd); Pine...

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Correspondence. COUNCIL v. COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

Correspondence. COUNCIL v. COMMITTEE. IO TEE EDITOR. Sin. — With reference to your re port of the Corowa Progress Com mittee in Saturday's issue, I am repotted to have said that a petition had been presented by the farmers asking the Committee to -disband. What I said was exactly the onnos ite. About eighteen months ago I handed Mr. Piggin a petition signed by over 50 farmers, asking him to continue the Progress Committee,; it heiug to the interest of Corowa and district. Thanking you for inserting, — I am, sir, . i. . ' YourS'truly, ', '? ' B. L. AEOHEB. [The abovo mistake ooourrod through a jiriutcr'fi error, the all-important word 'not' having been omitted. The para graph should have read : — ' Asking the Coininittco not to disband,' as was evident from the context of tho report.— ED. C.O.] Some asked how pearls did grow, and where 1 Then spoke I to my girl to part her lips and show me there The quarrclets of pearls, purchased, of course, from the leading Dentist, E. N. Bull.*

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SKIN, HIDE & TALLOW MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

SKIN, HIDE & TALLOW MABKET W. S. NOHMAN 4 Co. report usual monthly sale of station produce on Friday, 17 tb inst. SHEEPSKC'S. — Sfacket firm, merino skins, also good lines of x-bred ruled equal to late rates. We effected a total clearance. Quotations :— Merino full wools 9Jd to 9jd, ordinary 8Jd to 9d, heavy 8d, short wools 7d to Tjd, fine x-bred 9d to 9jd, coarse SJd, torn skins CJd to 7d, light fallen 7Jd, dead 5d to 6JtJ, short and rough l}d to 5&d, skin pieces Sid, rams 5d. PELTS. — Some good lines of pelts for ward ; 1st merino 6Jd to Gjd ; 2nd bare 5jd to 6d ; x-bred CJd ; lincoln 6jd ; black ijti ; rough 4d to 5d ; damaged 2d to Sd perlb. HIDES. — Good market. Prices were in favor of sellers. We quote :— 701b to 801b Sid ; 501b to 601b 5gd ; 301b to 401b 5Jd to 6$d ; 2Olb 5}d ; calf 6|d ; dry hides 6Jd to 6jd ; dry calf Is ; damaged 4d ; horse hides 8s each ; hair Is 7d ; cow hair lOd ; tips 1/4 ; wax Is. FUBS.— Babbits, best furs 9£d to 9jd ; seconds and milk...

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P. A. and H. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

P. A. and H. Notes. The value of the wool exported -from New South Wales last year was €9,274,387. * The area under wheat in Argentina is estimated to have increased by 3} millions of acres in two years. The standard weights of Bronze turkeys,, says an. Amerioan writer, are :— Adult cocks, 361b. ; hens, 201b.; pullets, 161b. ; cockerels, 251b. The United Kingdom this season is likely to produce more wheat than the whole of the Commonwealth. Her yield is estimated at 62,400,000 . bushels. Last season the Common wealth produced 53,500,000 bushels. An audacious cattle theft is repor ted from Tumut. A country resident started for that town on Friday of last week with nine head of cattle for the sale next day. He camped the stock four miles out on EYiday night, andnextmorningthey were missing ' lifted.' The police have been un able to trace the cattle. If you don't want your implements and garden tools ruined by rust, have a barrel full enough of air-slacked lime to cover the metal parte...

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Not Their Boat. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

Not Their Boat. They were tossing aboui on the wild and reBtleas ocean in a small, open boat at least 100ft. from the beach. He was struggling manfully \o battle with the curgtag waves land to purl for the shore; she was sitting In a heap in the, stern ot ate (rail baraue. holding on like grim death, and mental:? vowing tout lube would never again be tempted by her lover's daring spirit to ven ture so (or from land. ' J know we shall go over,'' she shrieked as the boat gave another lurch. ' Ob, George, try aiid manage It !' 11 1 will,' replied he flrmlyf ' I could get along splendidly if the waves didn't make it go all ways at once. Don't be afraid, Sarah. 'We're getting nearer, aren't we?' ' A little. Oh, George, what shell we do if the boat Is lost ?' ' Dont' you worry yourself about that, my dear.' sold George soothingly. 'You mustn't upset yourself about other people's business. It isn't our boat.' And he continued his nght with l*- pniel, remor«e)eB« wave*. The remains of the m...

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The Land Scandal. WILLIS WILL "BOTH BARK AND BITE." [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

The Land Scandal. WILLIS WILL -DOTH. JJAHK ANP liiTK. Intcn-icn-ed In- a renai-ier in South Africa \V. X. Willis s.ii'd :— ' The Syduty ivij.tTn Iiavc traitca me in Hie inoi,t rcun-y iiiFhioii. Tlicy have dis tortod Lvory fact, llicy l-.avc^ published everything jjc.^ililu 10 coiidi-mu me. and tliey hnvo linked at tho doinos nad dodges ofollMfi. Th.yliavelibellcush- publi^hc-d tt-porU Hint 1 ran awiy. and wunied lo tcep :i«:iy, when, rus a matter of fact, a uotj..-e of my iuteudLd deparilu-Q appeared iu all tho leading Sydney papers on (be F.-iiky preceding the Sunday I left. 3i!orc llinu tv.-euty iiMluc-ntial fiiciids fiiw n;o off at tbe Kedicni milwnv stiitiou, aud a iiiui lar number tuidfar(!\v'el!ton.eat3relbourne. Vtt tho public were led to Velieve that I bud cleared vat lor luar r,i ,soii:eUiii!». I have nothing 10 fear.' bo added emphatically. ?? Von cm obv thiL-.. my nnly d.-sire is to g'.'t Uici,- ci! my c,-,-.-n J,o)'id : fmt there ap praw 1.) l..j bwnr hi^i.-tcr iiiotivc ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

QEOR6E W. FiGNQINS, Bicycle Works, Sanger-street, Qprowa. MACHINES built to order from £10 10s to .til 10s, with. 32 months' guarantee, samples of which can bo seen on the premises;. All out Machines i\re carefully tested before delivery, and the finish, and staving power is of the bORt. LADIES1' AND GEST'B BIkES TOR HIRE. Acetylene Gas Lamps aP prices. Parts of Machines kept iu stock, or inndc to order. We repair all classes of Bicycles and Guns. Knaniclling done on the premises. i WHEN HEALTH ' j IS LOST, | tJ iTdw to regain' IT is the problem that confronts every Weak and Ailing; a y Man or Woman. There are thousands of sufferers who have tried to solve ig t3 it for vears, but without success. The old style methods of treatment have a i? ' ? failed, and always would fail, g H -»? / Most of the serious ailments that 5 j)J \nw[i/ s' afflict mankind are traceable to 55 h K J f J a'? Vitality of Youth, ami to be free from f| II Mf ggfja-3'i' \gk a'd thereby enable you to enjoy life a...

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Corowa's Interests. HOPEFIELD—CLEAR HILLS RAILWAY. SYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

Corowa's Interests. ] Br Special Wire.] HOPEFIELD— CLKAR HILLS RAILWAY. Sydney, Tuesday afternoon. His Worship, the Mayor (Aid. T. Parkin), and Aid. Gardner, ac companied bv Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., interviewed the M mister for Works (Mr. C. A. Lee), to-day, with reference to the proposed rail way line from Hopefield to Clear Hills. Mr Lee promised to submit the proposed Hue to the Commissioners for report. Dailv Sebvice. The same gentlemen also inter viewed the Railway Commissioners with reference to a daily service to Corowa. As a result, an improved daily train service is almost a cer tainty. Water Supply. The Mayor and Aid. Gardner have also enquired into the matter of the Corowa water supply, They find that everything is progressing satisfactorily, and that the contract is uow ready for the Council's approval. While on the water question they have also interviewed the Railway Commissioners, and in consequence of their representations, expect to get water from the railway at re d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

W. L. Taylor * Co., (Walter L. Taylor, Geo. C. Morphett) aiieTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, WHEAT BUYERS. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The Ocean Accident Co. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur .anceOo. The Boyal Insurance Co. WDongall's Sheep Dip. Cohoe and Walster's Babbit Poisoner. The Australian Mutual Fire Insur ance Association of Austral Asia, Limited. Offices: BANGER STREET, COBOWA. COROWA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. Thursday, November 23, 1905. W. L. TAYLOR & CO. Will Sell by Auction in their Cotowb Sale Yards — 500 COMEBACK EWES, £rom Collendina, aged, one mark, sound mouthed, big framed, forward condition. A grand line to breed export lambs from. Lincoln Rams are now with these ewes, and purchasers can have the option of buying them. 540 Merino Wether Weaners, from Burry jaa, station bred, and a splendid lot. TEEMS AS USUAL. FUETHEE ENTRIES HOTTED. CHEAP MONEY. We have £26,000 Trust Honeys to lend on Broad Acres in sums to suit at 4%, 4J%, and 4J%...

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Corowa Postal Service. ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

Corowa Postal Service* ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES, SYDNEY. ARBIVA.LS. It DESPATCHED. Monday ., ? 10 SO a m. 11 am Tuesday... ... . ... 10 ».m : 10.46 p.m. - 12 16 p.m., 2 p.m. J Wednesday ... ... 2 20 p.m. 7.10 am. Thursday ? 10 a.in . 10 46 p.m. 12 16 p.m.. 2 p.m FrHay ? 2 20 p m. 7.10 a.m. Saturday ? 10 am., 9.16 p.m. 7.10 am. and 6.86 p.m. T.P.O.— BOOTH. Monday ? ? 11 a.m Tnenday ? 10 a.m, Ila.ml2 16p.m,7.1Oa.m Wednesday ? ? 710 a.m. Thursday... , ? 10 a.m , 10 45 p.m. 12 15 p.m. Friday ? ? 7.10 a.m. Saturday ? 9.16 p.m. 7,10 a.m. MELBOURNE. Monday ? 2.20. 7.10 a.m.. 11 a.m. Tuesday ? 10 30 a.m , 2.20 pm. 7,10a.m., 2.30p.m.; 10.15 p.m. Wednesday ? 220 p.m. 7.10a.m. Tlinreday ? 10 a.m. 2.20 p ra 10.45 p.m. 7.10 a.m , 2 80 p.m. Friday ? 2.20. 7.10 a.m. Saturday ? 10a.m. 2 20 p.m., 9. 15 p.m. 7.10 a.m., 2 SO p.m. T.P.O.— V10TOBIA.— 2 20 daily. Same as Melbourne. Sundays Excopted. ?iLbURY. Monday ? 10 30 a.m. 11am. Tnenlay ? 10.30 am. 11 a.m.. 2 80 u.m. Wednesday ? 2.ii0 p m. 7.10 a.m. ...

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Convincing Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

Convincing Experience. ' t -was badly scalded somo months ago,' writes Mrs. Knight, storekeeper, Lutvryche (Q.), ' ana after trying many remedies gave up the idea of their giving roe any relief. I was about to call in a doctor, when I re membered Chamberlain's Pain Balm was highly recommended for bums and scalds, and oonduded to give it a trial. The way it stopped the pain and reduced tbe inflam mation and swelling in such a short time, was really magical. This experience con vinced me that it is a splendid liniment, and ever since I have been recommending it to my customers and friends. ' For sale by T. Parldn, Corowa,*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Corowa Chronicle — 22 November 1905

J. CRISFIELD, M.V.S.V., BEGISTEBED VETERINARY SURGEON OP VICTORIA, MAY BE Consulted on all Ailments AND Diseases of Horses and Cattle, IXCLUD1KG Horse Dentistry. ADDRESS -- RIVER ST., COROWA. AERATED WATER AND CORDIAL FACTORY, Edward=Street, COROWfl. J. H. OSWALD, Proprietor. Only the Best of Manufactures Used. THE FASHIONABLE Hairdressing and Shaving Saloon. (Opposite EovrI Hotel) R. OMJEflRY, Proprietor. DESIRES to Inform the Residents of Corowa and District that he has purchased the Hairdressing and Tobacconist's Busi ness lately carried on by Mr. C. H. Wright. The Senices of an Export Barber have been obtained. Having been thoroughly Renovated ana Bo-fitted, the Shop is now the acme of cleanliness. Ever;- Convenience and Comfort for Customers. Assorted Stock of Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes ou hand. t£* BILLIARD SALOON' ADJOINING SHOP. R. O'LEABY, Proprietor. J, SOUTHGATE, Wood and Water Carter, RIVER-STREET, C O R O W fl, WISHES to state that he can supply wood and wat...

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