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CLOSE OP THE DEFENCE OF THE BEECHER CASE. (New York Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

CLOSE OP THE DEFENCE OF THE BEECHEll CASK. (jStciu York Jhrald.) Tho closing of Uio dofenco in Uio Boocher caso marks an important step I in tliis great trial. With the tcsli- I inony of General Tracy, Mr. Evarts closed liis evidence for tlio defendant. It was hardly expected upon liis part, as tho imagination of tlio people had conjured up a series of spicy witnesses —Mr. Bowen, Mrs. Morso, Mrs. Wood hull, and, above all, Mrs. Til ton. Tho evidence of General Tracy <1oes not seem to have been of any especial consequence, excopt to allow Mr. Beach to avongo tho wrongs of Judge Ful lorton.. -It seems that during the ad ministration of President Johnson Mr. Tracy, as tho District Attorney of Brooklyn, instituted a suit against Mr. Fullerton, in which ho was triumph antly acquitted, and so conducted tho case that ho incurred that gontloman's enmity.- Mr. Beach, with 'that sense of fidelity to his brother practitioner which has marked his whole demeanour in this caso, amply a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

J THUS OF NEWS. We again draw attention of those inter ested, to tho adjournod meeting of tho Froo Selectors of this district, to bo held in tho Court House liero tins day at noon. Wk aro asked to stato that, at tlio request of somo friends, Mr. Cuthbcrt Feathorston haugh, who has been in Wagga for tho past few days, will hold religious services, at tho Court Hovtse, to-morrow (Sunday), at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. £It is notified that tlio first meeting of creditors in tlio estato of John Clark, lute of the Criterion Hotel, will bo hold in Wagga before tho District Commissioner, at 11 o'clock a.m., on tho 13tli iwst. The Becond meeting will bo held hero also, at tho same hour, on tlio 20th instaut. A MEKnso of the eormmttco of tho Mnr* rumbidgeo Turf Club was held at tho Aus tralian Ifotel yesterday ovening. Present: Mr. J. Gormly, in the chair, Messrs. J. Cox, G. A. Elliot, W. J3owen, S. Minchin, S. Hawkins, and F. W. Gowlland. The first business brought np for consideration was tho rene...

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CAN A DEAD MAN GROAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

CAN A DEAD MaN GROAN. | Dp. 113. Holland writos as follows 011 this subject iu tho British Modiuul Journal:—Tho possibility and proba bility aliko . of such, a.ciroumslaiico as tho uttoranoo of a groan after somatic doatb are sufficiently heterodox to ordinary crodenec to induce mo to record tho fact of my having, in coil., noction with others, heard a veritable dead man groaii. J. B., agod 57, com mitted suicide by hanging, after ho had been very elFectuully suspended for an hour, was out down by mo and two others. As tho double rop'e was slackened from tho neck, air escaped from tho tuorux through tho larynx, and a prolonged rather loud groan was tbo consequence. The two men who assistod inooxclaimed, "ilo ain'tdoad ?" and I, for tho momont, foil in with thoir viows, ripped opon his clothes, and practised artificiul respiration ; hut I soon noted that tlioro was not tho slightest attompt at respiration ; that tho heart was still to oyo, baud, and oar; that his woll-oponod oyes wor...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PliliSS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, July 5. Sir Homy Ernest Bulwer 1ms been appointed Grovornor of the colony of Natal, in the room of Sir B. Pine, re called. General Joveller is besieging Cautc vergia, the stronghold of tho Carlists in Arragon, and General Martinez Campos has eSeetcd a junction with General Jovellar. The Australian mails via Briudisi, which left Melbourne on May IS, have arrived. LONDON, Jur.v 7. The Cai'list forces under General Dorregarray escaped fom Arragon into Catalona. Tho Carlists have checked the advance of tho Aopliorsists in tho North. The latter have eapturcd Cantevergia, with 2000 prisonors. Tho Emperor "William is to visit Italy in Octobor. ' In the House of Commons the Honorable Mr. Bourkc, Under Secre tary for War, in reply to a question, said that communications and corres pondence relative to tho Hussian oc cupation of Khiva, would be prema ture, inasmuch as the Government had abandoned its policy in regard t...

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CLERIAL WIT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

CLERIAIi WIT- , The facetious Watty Morrison, as ho was commonly called, wns onfcroating tbo commanding officer of a regiment at Fort Gooi'go to pnrclon a poor fel low sent to tho halberds. Tlio ofiioer granted his potition, on condition that Mr. Morrison should accord with the first favour lie askod : tlio favour was toperform tho ceromony of baptism for a young puppy. A morry party o/ gontlomon woro invited to tho chris tening- Mr. Morrison desirod Major; Slowart to.ihold up tbo dog. " As I' am a roinistor of tho Kirk of Scotland," said Morrison, "I must procoed ac cordingly." Major StowRi't said he asked no more. " Well, thon, Mnjor, I begin with the usual question-— "You acknowlcdgo youself tlio father ot this puppy ? " 'i'ho major uudorstood tho joko, and thew away the animal. Thus did Mr. Morrison turn tho laugh against tlio oiisnarer, ivho intended to dorido a sacred ordinanco. On anothor occasion, a young officer seolfod at tho parade of study to which clorgymon assignod the...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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LAUGHTER. (Social Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

LAUGHTER. (Social licvicw.) No man who lias once heartily nnd wholly laughed can bo altogether and irreclaiinably bad. The man who can not laugh is only fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils; and his whole lifo is already n treason and stratagem.. The remark of De Maiatre lliafc " tllo wiokod man is nover comic " is truly wiso, as also is. the: converse," that a truly witty man is nevor wickod." A laugh, theretoro, to bo genuine must flow from a joyous heart and a clonr and unfettered consoionee. Arch deacon Haro observes that " somo of thoso who liavo been richcst in wit and humour havo beou among tlio simplest and kindost-boarted of mon ; and bo instances J'ullor, Bishop, Earle, Lafontaino, Claudius, and Charles Lamb. Tliis li(o would bo but a dnil and monotonous cxistonco wore uot tlio ordinary and everyday intercourse of society enlivened by sallies of wit and good humour, and there is probably on enjoyment so innocent out of which we doi-ivo (ho same amouufc of gratifica tio...

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BREACH OP PROMISE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

BREACH OP PROMISE IN AMERICA. ' Tho Mew'York Times congratulates its readers on the fact that, although not altogether' extinct, actions for breach of promise for marriage are becoming far more rare in America than they used to bo. Even in former days they wero, with exceeding' rare exceptions, never brought by women of social position or native delicacy. Such women will not placo thomselves boforo tho world in tho attitude of compelling a man to take them under penalty of paying them in money for tl'eir disappointment. They will "die first." Exceptional cases are those in which some such proceeding has be como nocossary for tho vindication of tho lady's reputation ; which plea may bo argued in favour of ono of tho suits now conspicuously in progress in tho courts'.of Now York itself. But .generally they have been abandoned to adventuresses, who look to them as a moaus of spoil. Ouly tho other day a suit, in which a former broaob had boon sottled by tho payment of 50 dollurs, was br...

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TEA AND COFFEE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. (Australian Journal). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

TEA AND COFFEE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. {Australian Journal). It is out-ions to think how compara tively recont aro our most familiar drinks. Hardly ono of thorn was known in Siuikspearo's time ; sack ami sherbet aro mentioned by tho groat poot, and "a pot of tlio smallest alo but t'ncso, with that univorsal bever age with which nafuro supplies us in ovory brook and spring, are almost the only names • that sound familiar to niodorn ears. With fifty years after Shakespeare's death, however, tho in croase of Eastern commorco, and the ' opening of tho Now World, had lod to tho introduction of boido "novelties" which liavo held their ground over sinco. livery ono knows the history of tho first bringing in of tobacco; but thatofsoino much healthier stimulants is almost unknown to tho general pub lic ; probably because no groat man like Sir Walter Raleigh was found to stand as sponsor for thorn, but thoy made their way quietly and unob trusively into Western Europe. Per haps some parti...

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

ALBURY." [from our own correspondent]. Evidently there is a groat struggle going on1 as to whether it will come to rain or not j frost lias nearly ceased altogether, and the after noons are so chilly that in all appearance there will be moro rain, but all flood appre hensions are over, at least for the' present. The ensuing week will be a sort of wind* fall to lawyers, judged .by the number of cases awaiting the fiat of J'udgo Forbes. For the eveniug of Friday, 9th iusfc., the Fire Brigade gentlemen have advertised • theatricals of no small protensions; the amusement is to bo carricd out under the patronage of the Boneh and Bar. As a mat . tor of course tlio success must be on a liberal scale, for lawyers arc very generous patrons. The local papers contain in late issues soino I curious, and I may add very injudicious cor respondence, ono part of which alludes to the laudablo enterprise of Mr. J. T. Fallon, who has introduced a French gentleman for the solo purposo of colonial brand...

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HIGH LIFE IN AUSTRALIA. (Melbourne Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

HIGH LIFE IN AUSTRALIA. (Melbourne Punch.) (Dram. Per.—Mr. Percy Fitzhaugh, of the Civil Service, and Young Snob kins, lately loft a.fortune by iris father, who was in tho oyster trade.) Fitz haugh.—Well, haw, Snobkins, how did you get on at Mrs. Monoylove's party last night ? Snobkins.—Tol lol, old boy, though enter nao I made a bit of a fox paw. Fitzlmugb.—What (he deuce, haw, is all that ? Snobkins.— Oh, Frouch, you know—means false move. I saw a nice-looking " gal " sitting out, and wont and asked her to dance. She was awfully uppish, and said she hadn't the honour ef my acquaintance. I backed out by sayiug I mistook her for another party. Found out aftorwarda sho was the daughter ot some swell just arrived from England. Confound tlioso stuck up pooplo—they aro iny belly nires. Fitzlmugb.—What the deuce, haw, do you mean F I suppose it's be,fa nuir you aro tryiug to say. 'Pon my word, Siiobby, I'd recommend you to stick to your uativo luuguuge ; you can, at any ralo, almost innk...

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HOW TO JUDGE WOOL ON SHEEP. (Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

HOW TO JUDGE WOOL ONT . SHEEP. ■ ; (Reporter.) The finest and softest wool is always found on tlie shoulders of a sbeep: -But not one person in 10,000 iVawaro of the fnct Let us wateh an oxpert.when ho is about to pass, judgment on a sheep concerning tho value of the ani mnl Cor producing wool, nnd it will bo seen that ho always looks at the wool on tlio shoulders first. A writer of ostensivo experionco in roaring fine woolled' shcop and in'handling wool, communicated tho following sugges tions for selecting a good woolled slioep :—"Always assuming that tlio wool to bo inspected is really a fino wool, we first examine tlio shoulders at tho part where tho finest r.nd best wool is usually found. This wo take as the standard, and compare it with the wool from tho ribs, the tliigli, the rump and tho sbouldor parts, and the tlio nearer tho wool from tho various portions of the animal approaches the standard tho bettor. First we scruti niso the fineness, and if the result is satisfactory,...

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THE MURRUMBIDGEE. A TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

THE MURRUMBIDGEE. A TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (COMJIDNICATED.) wearojust nearingtJroongal (MrLoar month's), so I must up ami have a look round. I have been nshoro and looked about mo, and liavo arrived at the conclusion that I have seen a most complete establishment, everything evidencing skill and heavy expendi ture. Tho manager's residence (Mr. Mair), is a very fine building, with grouuds beautifully laid out in front. Tho stores aud out-offices are also sub stantially erected buildings, tho mens' hut, a vory superior building to any thing I havo over seen used for that purposo. A clergyman, who alsooffici ates as schoolmaster, is located there, and occupies a most comfortablo cot. tage. Among other improvements, I noticed a windmill used for raising water, which is convoyed by piping to every house on the station, and is also used for irrigating purposes. 72 shearers will this year be engaged in removing the wool from tho sheep. Talking about sheop, our cook went ashore for one. I fu...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

IMPOUNDING^. Tks-Mile Cheek.—On 18th Jutfe, lS7f>, from Kildriituy, by Air. James Lawsons : snin duo at date of notice; set after each animalBrown hovso, small star, mealy muzzle, like 22 near neck; like KG or G over like No. *' near shoulder, ]ins liud a sore back, saddle-marked, off hind foot white, long tail, aged, lf>V hands; 12*. Cd. Also, on the 21nt day of June, from Little Billybong, by "William Williams, Ksq., J.P, :-~YelIow-bay mare, star, light streak and snip, liko 55 put on twice near shoulder, like 7. or B off shoulder, brands or scars under near naddic, broken In-pulled tait. f> years. l.r»\ hands, !)s. ,3d.; bay filly, largo star, like JJi conjoined at t"P orer r> near Hhouldcr, draught breed, unbroken, lojig tail, 3 years, 153 hands. Ds. .'id. ; hay marc, star, ne.'ir shoulder like JPL over IIO gray marks under saddlje. a little white hind feet, broken-in, pulled tail, aged,, lf>J hands, Ps. 3d. To bo Bold l&lli July. , Jumoso.-On the lllth da...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

POST,OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE ..OF THE ( -j., ARRIVAL ' AND .DEBPATCII.. QP MAILS. From; Sun. Mon; Tac. Wed Thn. Fri. Sat. Sydney;.'. . Tftrcutta .Tunec .. . VfVAj .. . Benlllnuin . Urana .. . fifty . 2s\iraridcra ; Albury.. . Cookandlna. Clarendon i»I I'AJITUJIES sSrdncy.. . TnrcutU Jutico .. . Yass . BciiiKquln. Alhtuy.. Cookandlna. Clarendon .• fttun Mon. Tue. ;\Vcd Tim. Frl. Sat. 0 0 0 0 6 0 <S 0 « 0 0 OOOOOGOOOGOO f> 4G IWilW—B—— .1 ir> 3 15 10 45 10 45

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[?]GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

JGOULBUttN. Messrs. P. S. Cohen and Co. report (July 9):—Fat Cattle.— The market remains firm and tho demand steady for i prime beef for local consumption. Quotations—Best bul locks, £8to;G8 10s; mcilium|to Rood, £G 10s to £7 10a ; cows, &o 10s to £7,. Store Cattle. • The market for this description of stock is : ratlier dull, buyers preferring to wait until the spring sets in before speculating. Quota tions— All bullocks, 100s to 110s ; equal sexes, 80s to Oos ; cows, G;7s to 90s. Fat Sheep are very scarce, iu fact hardly ob tainable. Store Sheep.—Not much' business doing. Wo sold 397 mixed ewes and lambs at 5s 9d, and quote good sound 0 and 8 tooth wethers, 8s to 8s Gd ; ewes, 7s Gd to 10s Gd. Horses.—-Good upstanding dolts arc in de mand. We sold at our yards somo useful horses at ;C4 10s to £11 ; pair of groys at . £32 } and draught horso at ;C?ll 15s. •

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THERE IS NO DEATH. (Bu[?]er Lyllon). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

THEKE IS NO DEATH. (Balicer hyilon). There is no death ! The stars go <lown To rise upon soma fnirer shore ; And bright in Heaven's jewelled crown They ahiuo for evermore. There is no death ! The dust we tread Sludl change beneath the Hummer shower To golden grain, or mellow fruit, Or rainbow-tinted flowers. The granite rocks disorganise L To feed tho hungry moss they bear; The forest leaves drink daily life From out the viewless air. There is no death ! An aucel form Walks o'er tho earth with silent tread ; Ho bears our best-loved things away, And then we call them " dead.". Ho leaves our hearts all desolate ; Me plucks our fairest, sweetest flowers ; Transplanted into bliss they now Adorn immortal bowers. The bird-like voice, whose joyous tones Make glad these acenes of sin and strife, Sings now an everlasting song Ainid the tree of life. And whero ho sees a smile too bright, Or heart too pure for taint and vice, He bears it to that world of light, To dwell in Paradise....

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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

YOUNG. | Messrs. Brock anil Bi'oug'Jiton (July 10) report :—Fat Stock.—Market dull—the 'trade being fully supplied. ( We havo en* quirics from a Victorian buyer for about 8000 fat wethers; immediate inspection if procurable. Quotations—Bullocks, £7 to £8 10a; cows £0 to £7 ; wethers 10s to lis •Gd ;• ewes 8s to 9s. Store Cattle.—The do* j mand is very limited for any class except young bullocks lit for the yolie, or of fatten* I nig ages. The supply continues plentiful. , Wo have sold on account of Messrs. Jus. Maekiunon and Co. to Messrs. John Evans j and Co., 10 workers at £10, and 4 do at £12 per head, tackling given in. Wo have 1 iiuraerous enquiries for bullock teams. Quo- . tations—BuUocks £4 to £5 10s ; cows £3 to £4 Ids. Store Sheep.—'ThorA is not a brisk demand at present, nut sound young sheep of eithor sex avo saleable at a alight .re duction on owners' reserves. We liavo a very largo number of all classes, for which wo arc opeu to treat. Our sales have been, ' nt auction...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

,T0; SQUATTERS. ROBERTS, COPLAND & €0 Have for Sale : ■ Best Dundee Woolpacks Ward and Payne's Shears, No. ,38 : Turkey Stono . [■■.■/MO Soaming Twine , Saddle' * ' , Lamp Black ' 'Stockholm Tar ''i I «M". 'fl' Sift V^-'i 0i'fW <;i"' Boiled Oil Fleeco Twine t ■ »■ j ■ > Bullock Chains , , Horse Trace Chains ' r fi i o * t i ' h ■ • • i Steelyards Avery's Weighing Machines ' QrindstoncB and Fittings • ■ Wheelbarrows and Wheels'- '«w' Auicriean Pumps , Salter's Spring Balances - ; Copper Rivets and Washers' ' Castrating and Foot-rot Knives ■ Carriage Bolts and Nuts • • Oils, Paints, and Colors : Mixed Paints < Hinges ^ Sorby's Axes i • . ....Wiro Strainers i ' Maul Kings Anti-Friction' Grcaso American Axes—various makers •„ I;-!-■ Barnnd'Eod Iron: . ! Socket aud Firmer Cliiaola Hand, Pib, and Cross-cut Saw Files . Hand, Cross-cut, and PitSaws Garden- Implements ■ - , Tliree-Busbel Bags. WINES AND SPIRITS "rii.r.'aiV" AT jTHE hall 0,f' commerce. EOBEKTS...

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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

COOMA. Air. J. J. Howell reports (July 2) :—Fat Cattle.--1 had a fino lot ol bullocks in the yards yesterday, but could not place the lot at owuer's reserve; the few sold Averaged £S per heml. Store Cattle.—Dull of sale just at this time of year, except bullocks of good fattening ages, which are still in fair demand. I sold at auction yesterday, on account of Mr. Martin Knglcman. a small lot of dry cows from ;E3 to £4 10s, average kGU ISs. Fat Sheep.— Market well supplied. Store Sheep.—I have numerous inquiries for 3 and 4 year old wethers. I sold one lot of 1000 during the week on account of Mr. Hugh Stewart to Mr. D. Ityrio, of Coolringdon, nfc 8s cash, aud delivered to Mr. Keon • also, 800 on account of Mr. Shiels, which I sold some few weoks ago. Horses.—I sold during the week 120 head mixed unbroken horses ou account of Alcssrs. J. Thompson aud M'Luro, of tho Snowy Iiiver, to Mr. Davi son, of South Australia, aud have placed another lot under offer to same buyer, to bo inspecte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE OP REMOVAL. DR. LARGE can in faturo be Consulted at tlio late residence of DR. HOOPER, Tichborne Buildings, Gurwood-street. i.o STOLEN or Strayed from Columbo station," near Urana, between 700 and 800 MAIDEN EWES, branded with h over travelling T on back. Back notch out of off ear, tip of near car, and front notch. A reward of £10 will be paid for sucli informa tion as will lead to their recovory j or, if stolen, ft rewardfof .-£50 will be given on con-, viction of the thief, in addition to the reward offered by the Murrumbidgco Horse, Cattle, and Sheep Stealing Prevention Association. JAMES RUDD. Uraua, 5th July, 1875. tm.ab J. BOURKE, TATLOR AND CLOTHIER, (Next to the Prince of \Vales Hotel), j JP i t z ar a u ii i c e Street, , 1 ^ Wagea \Vaggo. . 2.10.25 JC5 REWARD. : ; STOLEN or Strayed, from "W. Bowen's Paddock, BAY HORSE, with star in forhend, branded M over W near shoulder. • If stolen, the above reward on conviction of the thief; if strayed, £1 will ...

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