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Cobrico. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

Cobrico. (Fi'.OM 'AT. u\V.; COLRK-fg All euthu-t i-iic >«; )Kl|| the Colirico I'ublii H m oU evening to iirrun^ welcome to tb w i ?■.«:■ Cohrin 0 AnzK'-. Ti'oopr X. IS ■ :il fc-i.J.'p T U. Co'*) | Corporal Ertu-n C4-, %Uo atereii ing (in 1". vn-, '.iDiciu'i deeidc.l that ■'.= mny «f tha t«:.$ as possible w j'iM n:e6t ih; ='"il the CiUflpenl'iwn r ul-.vay -utbn.ni ihet«?houi.:.ei- high through thsn.-al A 11(1 tlK-ll h'H': l!wm MDVrT;!^ Cohvici by rarer ear. Oiacnia^ the recent iUmuIi oi the .Vnzic;'U'.li a quiet iv.'Option will be ie:;{ them "in Cjbn>:; I'abli; H,Ii, they tt:ll be p*"-''-1': I v.:h > of not-'s scb. Arunseraeo:; ii| been m-de t'>" > W- to ta sen: tiS Oobrieo enthn;i is'.j n-.'.ifyln^ tbis^ to the time- »lw boys uxpoit '.5 it;i;»| C.nnnei'Jr.vo.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WELCOME TOANZACS IN MELBOURNE Arrangements Completed. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

WELCOME TOANZACS IN MELBOURNE Arrangements Completed. Iu order 13 e»f11r• ■ a= !.ui.v ;-n attendance o( tbs pnt-lic as porsibl.?, arr-ui«--ments hive U?-;n mi-Jo iiv ;i:o Xivv department ti disembark the [■•.•turning Anzics. a! 11 o'clock in the morning. I'>< fore the- nu n h-wo the v- Siol tliey will i o civt-n I'-i•:c^. in tb>> f»rm of rod, white -i:ul idu-- iv-^vp which will lie- worn »eno.ttli the «;j;t colors on lh-j ri^h; arm. IV,. UK-' - containing particulars of the ne.ption arnwgenieuu a•• •• ii priviit-ji-: n il ..l«o ba issued to rheui. A lv*r< s:t ;>f inquiry will b:> opent d .it tii1 i lii .'C- of the Returned S:.l.liirs" League, l'7 SwaD^tou street. M.-lb "urne. wh-ie relatives anil ffi-.-n.ls iy ctitain information. The decoration of the eity in1 on | a lavidi r= c ti 11 ■, and many li'ind- haw | bec-u t*n£juyt-'d to play at the Viui-us strong posts tilong the line (if rout.,-. School children will much from a point in the city to ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. It is desired by the military authorities abroad tha: the word " Australia" be included in everything addressed to any of the units, lunce she necessity for including the words •• Australian Imperial Furc-," instead . f " A.I.F." Confusion is bGing caused by die Australian correspondents using :ho letters "A.F.A." instead ot writing the words " An-tnilian Field Artillery" in full in the addresses on letters and parcels intended for members of that, unit. The Army Field Artillery," a British unit, uses the same initials. Instructions have been issued that correspondence is to i'o adsresscd to " Australian" Field Artillery. In the case of infantry the distinguishing ieiter of the Company 10 which the soldier is attached should be shown thus :— No. 1281. Private Thorn is Atkins. "li"Conipanv, 21-t I nf >n!ry lut'alion, Au-'triilian Imperial Force, Abroad. In Light Horse regiments the squadron should be indicated in the same way, as follow- :...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

• All Business is a Perpetual; Battle with Competition. j :(o): The most effective weapon available is Your choice of a medium should lbs guided by your knowledge of its potentialities, its power to attract the undivided attention of the individual to your proposition. :(0/ : Attractively displayed, I V. tells of real values and great opportunities, "Distnou^d by ir>eans of the: large circula ion guaranteed by the Job carried put prompt.'.;? and with complete" satisfaction, Will send hini enough for another Week WILLYOUHELP? Nothing Deducted for Expenses ' OVERSEAS CLUB. Ssnllioro Cross TdImito FurJ, 120 Qni'cn Strci'f, .Moi'ionrnc.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

THE VICTORIA INSURANCE COMPANY UMITKD, Mai kot-areet, Melbourne. Ch.\ii:max — siii- KinVAKD MILMCi:. CROPS, STACKS, FENCING and SHEEP Covered against Ilisk-of Bush Fire J a y. ,1. HAVi;i:TY. Seen-tai v. A .ell*, at C"ii'ien—F. .5. <'i.a!:kk. Airent .it < 'muR? —' M .\>.-<nr.u>. % a m ya s FARRIERS and SHOEING- SMITHS, Gurdie-street, COBDBN. CLIPPING A SPECIALTY. PUBLIC N0T!CE. Mi:, r. l'< )\v l-Zi:. in tliaukim: bis ' iimiUT.'iis r-m-' f->r tiiciriMistuin t'V :nany war? »lo»iivs to in:jurat-' that. ll«* i i«! > }\\< I?<| Xj. iSo *J. POWSK, v.),m -ill O'lin'iMR! to h itisfariien *t<» his uianv rVwn\?. I To Staud this Season at | Cobrico, nnd Travel the Surrounding District, The I'iiit-Ihim] CI.YPKSPA LIC Stallion YOUNG EMPEROR. T'or.\"<; KMrK.KOK is a beautiful I>a;•;ill' I'.kiwu, >i■ 1 >■ n<ii.i 1 %• l'l-->i>i>r ti'ini'il. :i i >' >h! \V.'iker. ami s...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

® S©f£l w^'i ^■00^ When ' Germany's iron heel descends upon trie lands she has con quered the result is shame, slavery, and death. Aus ::'i hi-s peiil v/i/1 not be over ihl che day when peace is A drawn war would be almost as danger ous to iK.r as a lost war; it only mean a post ponement of the peril till Ger many could choose her own time and wreak a fresh outrage on the world. fhr.t i: she must he beaten outright, una beaten now. Go :o.„h and help to beat her! The CiC.'.rr.r.ier.i of •.-» Cuir.tnoriVM-ixhh of* Australia WHEN mi LOUIES! It m*ana home-coming-'' renewed prosperity, increased dem :»ui3 ior woikers, the Lghttn;at:; of the burden of taxation. Ic will be a time of rejoicing and thanks-gi\ ing. WHAT WILL YOP LIVE? The Melbourne Hospital that for 72 years has cared for th~ sick of the State is £26,770 in debt. It needs your help. You are not asked to give now; but, as a thank-offering, will you promise, when the day of the declar ation of Peace coines, to ftivr some thing ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

CRUMBS Oobilen stock sales on Friday. Terung Stock sales on Monday next. Camper down Stock sales on Tuesday next. Grand Hull in the Public Hall on Tuesday nest. Admission to tlio Ball ou Tuesday night will be 2s. Good music and efficient M.O. nt the Ballon Tuesday night. A new 1 j,d postage stamp of sepia tint will be available next week. Help tho funds to suitably welcome home the local Anzacs on furlough. Honor tho welcome of the Anzacs hy attending tho Ball on Tuesday night in uid of tho funds. A local Laud Board will be held at the Hibernian Hall on Wednesday, November lii, at 10 a.m. Dr. Drew adverti-es that he has an excellent Abbott buggy for sale, which may be inspected at his residenco. Tho local Bed.Cross Sewing Girls deserve support in their effort to raise fund-' to welcome home the returning Anzacs. Mr. J. Haugh will visit CJobden on Friday, November 15, and may be con suited nfc bis rooms opposite the Vicarage. Messrs. Norris Toyne & Scown, of Tcrang, intend ho...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PACIFISM ON TRIAL "A Capitalists War"—Fallacies Refuted [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

I PACIFISM ON TRIAI j "A Capitalists War"—Fallacies Refuted i I i.i' t-Ji*_s'-if a;v I fit 1.1 cseist ,,]• \y;ir ; tu- sr».:isi.| ih:it '.t N j.itit!Kl - * 1 ^ Ui.-i,'1'ur.', iV<>::: ;v'u:i'!i j ;i '■v;. - i -I'.-iim. !'.■:! ; i j : 1 !< v':v.v ••!' !!.- !!!;»!! I I! ■!> 'ii-i -1 l-A a ' '.;•!>>' t ■ ..i. •• ;• ■, , ■; , l\-"- ■ " !■.>■ V J-■■ i: : I 1 r 1 hi: 1 y yi-.v-, !• \ n . T niiy jih , • . :: i .-"•••■.•ii-t f.n-::'. I'; i;._' ■ i. i-rw I-.••••.! -a It'. j ;v„ iin- K:i-li-!i S.i, i:,!Uw. 'il. li. ; I , ,..i. in;!;i ami Ilc.i'i'vt l!ax. 'I'll, 1;;.; ;v... L i il''' ' -in".v i-'.'i'u ,m n::.:.v U t■<>i\i1, War is n a <':i;' I r;;; i ~ »t' sm ;-m ".i.U ,,n tiio l.M'ent if i;. i> - l.y 1 h-' A;);,11 ii m j:1! Mr. Fi.v'l lu-ll, in :\'i : i v", i. I ■. ••1! I ■••!!.! i ~ !l < r I in "'I'',: s'"-: 'M \V;ir .V:::: :::i 1, " a i.>v i-.i :.y ••Tin- N,-v 1;.av.1 ' „i' ; -Mr. I1,'!!. v. a,, v.r..;>, it :aa...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918. Cobden Anzacs entitled to Furlough. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

THE Cob DEN I i IV! ES I'uhini.ed on Wednesdays and Saturdays, SATURDAY, NOV KM HE II 2; WIS. Cobden Anzacs entitled to Furlough. There are four soldiers from Coluien included iu the first contingent of the A.I.F. who will He returning shortly on furlough. Under the au.-pices of the Girl*' Red Cross SewiL'g Cluh a hall will ha held in the Cob.1-n Public Llall on Tuosday next to raise funds to suitably welc mio these ;var-worn veterans, und if possible present each hero with a small souvenir as a slight token of appreciation of what they have done, and will do. A splendid supper will lie provided by the organisers, and good music will he supplied. The admission will he and it is anticipated that a very largo gathering will assemble so as to make the fond-; as substantial as pos-ihle, and thus repay the workers for their enthusiasm and good work. Blind Concert Company. The Blind Concert. Company will make its appearance hern on Saturday next in a bright and varied programme, comprisin...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Camperdown Stock Saies. TUESDAY, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

Camperdown acock Saios. Tckshay, October 2'.i. Ihii-.'.-ty >t OmpAtty, Ltd. I a yur iin^ of sln*<«p and ! liirSst yarjinj o: oil"-* at iheir murici-l I to (lay. i-• i.ii i"iy,'r- wew in , illt.'ll.i.lliC:', i'llt L1.' 111 j V't j t i i.l "1 liU'Iit'd j | animation :i:i i ; i!- -.vert1 only <'ii''".'ti d j with dilli .litv, an! .vh.'n uivin'r.- \vre j <■ I-a11'<1 to r 11::il; which j U.'I.' I'll ah I'll ;i par with" lalo sales, j I1r.-i.',jiM.ly tip' wii'M" of tin; cattle! j varied c n-i-icd .it vo-iiil; steers (hud Co'"I>) atl.l tN'-e WC (['lot L* as follows : — 1l! ;ift;i *.» month-* o!il at i 30; : -1 .!••) !) months to 1*2 ini>:stlis oi.l -it i'l 10- ; inikU ims-, <>UI l»it HP 'i, t • £1:! 10-' ; S -.'(.'iJ - to I'll 10-. We yarded ^h<>"[> atul disposed of 1:'0 shorn ewes (it £1 ; for woolly ewe iiij 1 iiitnl -i 'h,' c >siij•!• tition was wry | du!., nnd p:iees ottered did not retieli i owners'...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Jancourt. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

Jancourt. (krom oui: own cohj;i:sp(>ni>i;nt ") j The nnmHl Sttte school picnic 'va held it tli>' -ch.);-.l (Hi Tbms.l.iv, when j a hiry-' attend)nco !'f |nr. n:s an.i ! f i i -j n i s were pre^tfiit. A ft' r I until | '>'unei w?rij indulged in. am! later,' races were run in diliVriot- h'r;i ! fich child receiving a |>riv: <. "flu? ! results ol th* mlu16 racing « - iv :— You in; ladies' race—Mws l'.rit-rlv I, ! Mi-.- M iv Cmvliiy 2, Mis-- MoK.iy • M'lrri.-d lml,,./ ruCi!—Mr.-. A. I! : 1, Mr.-. And. rson Married men's nie"—Mr. Ami.-.on 1 \', M,-. l-:i!i- l\ Mr. Vairt; :) An ft.ijonrnuiuus was to ;!i-« ' school room where a h.iiin'.ful , iifteriicr-u t<'a was sen/ml, uftsr which e.u-H child was the recipient cd n hue i of lollii1- kindly donated hy Mes-r?. ■ Davis Polh-ck, of Cobdru. >itul ; Messi's. Brad-haw & Montgomery. of j Ttnuif;. Everyone ogre til that it was : the mo-t t-tijoyablt.' picnic held iu ; connection with the school. !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

f~- ■, LOCAL LAND BOARD. j t KI >1" LK • i'a i :.\u i< in t'i 1 )■ ■ ■ t \ ! w ' '.vitij.n i )j.-1HJ >.Tisi;ui I in)', C"l> i en \V !•',! i\KS 11A V. til.- i: 1111 Nov nil."-r. ! ; .it !0..>l,i(-k: -1'.u ish Jt-it, ' l-aVUn Hanis"U, allot. :.'l :10U ;'nv-. J M. TAYI.OK, I Land Otlieer. j (u-cIm:)-. ;;mo]:ii.s. fA GRAND 8ALL I Will be. held in the COBDEN PUBLIC HALL i -OX • TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. I I'tider the au.--|'i': <>f t!i<* viii !^' i!o'l (.'m*s ^owiiiif Club. i To I'imvM" Fumls to suitably Welcome | the l.'eniiiiii."-' Annies on Kmloujjb. | Admission—Two Shillings. j Splendid -Stljijifl". Fiilcilriit M C. . I Good Music. THE BLIND ENTERTAINERS Make tl'i'ir appearance in the COBDEN PUBLIC HALL — ON — SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 I A\JITII :i !'>ritrht and Varied Pro | \ \ iirainine of Tuneful Solo*. Knots, j Quartettes and Instrumental Items by Wind Artists, supported by Mr. WII.SON M I'll:, Yentrilo.juist anil Illusionist. Proceeds in ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIMBOON LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

TIM BOON LINE. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday I a.m. t'.m .Melbiiurne de|M ii.no I Timbnrm dep 2 45 a j J11.54 | GIcnfvne ... ijH.17 Cainp'dVn • 'p.m.' CoKl.m 8.45 d | 112.25 Niirosliici ... §4.:t N.irnj;!iid ...|li.!S ( a -1.45 'V,l..lrr> j 1.10 I -j(! . ... Ul<-ii(yn<: ... i 1.2$ j !.U;li>cuvui; ntt Tiuifutun arr | I'.u ; I Children under 3 travel freo ; under 11 half fare. For dUiuni'M ovit twenty miles re ttirn ticke tr mo available for two m.iiiih*. lMl'r-t-elass pii-renier? III'M ali'MVed 112 lbs., iuui Si iUs. i>i bi'iiii iidt! lusff'n1' 'n'e "l cliariji' ; with the exception that |tnsseu^.-rs iiuMirig first clnss cheap excursion tiukuis are allowed to curry t't'eo of ohurg«, only 56 lbs.,'«ujd 8(!Coi)il-el»ss -lil lbs. of bona iiilc liigfjatfe. Unless otnei'rtise specially provided, eheap-exfiursion tick tits will not be itvail able bv express trains.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

Railway Time-Table. The ioilowing Timo-tabli1 <>: tiie trains | riinnin? between Melbourne an.l Por | Fr.irv is :is Miiilisiuvs in the ijovcriimon i Book Timo-iab!o of May 10 : 1917 ! Melbouuxe dep. North Melbourne ... South KtiDbington... Foot.-crav St'ddon Yarniville Spotswood Newport I.avurton Wciribue Bulbar. (Lit lie Itivur) Lara. Curio N"->rlh Shore North Geeiuiiii "| arr" Get-long •! (dep. South Hueloiit; Marshall . " Gr«'>vci:i!e lVttavel Moriae [ 1 • n o Ic 1 o y , WineheWea \ Armyrnge Birregmra W'arneoort Urewarra Colac Larnent l'imm Ya'.loc'K Stone.vford ... iVin'ijorncit... ^ -jcliio CamponKr.vn <j liuorcan Teraiig Garvoe I'anmiire Cudyee -Ulansford I arr.: ( dtp.; I dep.. dep.; Wnrrn'mbnol • Pennington Illowa ICoroit Crusslev Kivkstall Mcvne llo.-iebrook Ton K.tirv dep. arr. ; dep.1 , IS • -i o: fi r» :t-'i t:! 14 f3 20 3 43 a m P; tn. p.m . 6 80' 0 4 22 6 a* 7 r, * t; j 2! 7 12 30 *; 4u. 7 IU «"i ;is 7 2 7 32 "4 50 7 17 7 4>; 5 3 7 :;«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

Woods' Circa I Peppermint Cure, For Coi;i:li~ and Cold.--, never fails, Is (nl and Js !Kl. IF YOU Wan! n Caw Wan I a Morse Wnut n Situation Wan I :i Sen-nut Man Want Id Sell a Piano Want to Let a House Want to Buy or Sell a Trade Want lo liny or Sell a Farm Want to SeM Karui Implements Wanl to Se!l Ho 11.■'e Property Want to Sell Groceries or Drntts Want to Sell Household Furnituic Want yniu Auction Sales '.veil ;il!"lidnci Want to find Customers for Anything Advertise iu "THE GOBDEN TIMES"' AdviT'isiiifr will (Jain New Ciistomtir^ d tcrtis>in<j will Keep 01(1 Customer.* A'iv.TiNiii); make* Success lvisy Advertisinu Liberally will Pay Advertising legets <jon lidenee Advertising shows. Energy Advertising shows Pluck Advertising Never fails , Adevrtise at Once Advertise Long Advertise Well Adver tise NOW.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

DEATH. WILSON.-On October 31, at his late residence, Scott's Creek, Frederick   Wilson, beloved husband of Louisa Wilson, and loved father of Frank, Oswald, Herb, Hope (on active service), Lilian, Clarence, Norman, Stephen (died on service), and Basil, aged 61 years. At llcst. The FUNERAL will leave his late     residence, Scott's Creek, TO-DAY (Sat- urday), for the Camperdown Cemetery, passing through Cobden about 1.30.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

DEATH. Mr. Frederick Wilson. We regret to record the death of Mr. Frederick Wilson, which sad event took place on Thursday last at his late residence, Scott's Creek. . The deceased gentleman has been ailing for about six months, and though the best care and attention were provided for him, he gradually grew worse until death ended his sufferings. He had reached the age of 61 years. Mr. Wilson had been a resident of this district for many years, and was the second eldest son of William and the late J. Wilson, of Camperdown. He was born in Geelong in March, 1857, and when just a child went to Ballarat, where he was educated, coming to the Western District when still in his teens, and has lived in this district ever since. Mr. Wilson was overseer to the Shire of Heytesbury from its severance with Hampden until a few years ago, when he took up farming at Scott's Creek. While with the Shire he was held in the highest respect and admiration by the men with whom he worked. He leaves a wido...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

DEATH OF MR. J. C.   MANIFOLD, M.P.   A Great loss to the Community. BURIAL AT SEA. The whole district was thrown into   mourning on Wednesday last when   the news was circulated that Mr.     J. C. Manifold, of Talindert, Camperdown, and Member for Coran-   gamite in the Federal House of   Representatives, had died on October   23, while on the voyage from San   Francisco to Australia, and that the   body was buried at sea.   The late Mr. Manifold was widely known and highly esteemed for his   philanthropic and charitable principles,   and was well respected all over   Australia. Born at Purrumbete,     Camperdown, in February, 1867, he   was the son of Mr. John Manifold.   He was educated at the Church of   England Grammar Sch...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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TRIBUTES IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE AB[?] [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

TRIBUTES IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE ADJOURNS . In the House of Representatives on Wednesday, the Acting Prime Minister {Mr. Watt), announced that he had received a wireless message         saying that Mr. Manifold had died on the voyage from San Francisco.             After passing a motion of condolence, the House adjourned.      

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Feed Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 November 1918

Red Cross Workers. The committee of the local branch of the Red Cross Society have once more commenced operations and are making strenuous efforts to supply comforts or the soldiers. It is   urgently requested that workers will come forward again as they did last year and assist the Society in their noble work. Material can be obtained from the hon. secretary (Mrs. T. M. Drew.) There is a great demand for shirts for the soldiers and it is hoped a ready response to this appeal will be forthcoming.

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