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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

is published every Wednesday, nt Hay, Murrimiliidsce ? River,. N.S.W. , ° . Suusc'Hif'riox : £1 pel- annum, or 5s. per quarter, payable in advance. ? ? TO ADVERTISERS. The Riverine Grazier is by I'ar tlie most widely cir culated newspaper 'in Riverina, rmd oilers the greatest advantages to advertisers. .. . -? Ciiakoisb rou Adveutiskmexts-. For one insertion 3d. per line of space. : For every insertion alter the iii-st, I'd. ditto. , Birtlis, IVIan-inges, and Deatlis, 2s. Gd. each. Specially, favorable rates for standing advertisements, and for such as are largely displayed.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

: DISTRICT COU11TS FOit 187'i. IIay — Friday, Gtlx Mavcli Friday j 31st ?Inly. _ . Deniliquin^— Friday, ;27lli February ; Fri day, 2-ltli July ; Saturday, 19th Dcccriibcr. Wagga^ Wagga— Saturday, 7lli February Saturday, 4,tli July-; Friday, 27tli Novenibcr. -*' Albury — Monday, Kith February; M011 day, 18th July ; Monday, 7th December. Corowa — :Saturday, 21st February j^Satur-'- ?? day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12tli December. Wentworth— Saturday, ; 21st - March ; Saturday, 15th August. ? ; , ; . . : r ; , ; Iiom-ke — Thursday, 7 th May ; Wednesday, ? j : 4tli November. ; ' r COURTS: OF ' QUARTER SESSIONS Hay— .Thursday, 5th March Thursdarl '80th July. 1 ? ' ? ' ? ' r ? '' Deniliquin— Thursday, 26th' February Thursday, 23rd July'; Friday, 18 tli Do- .. cember. ' -: Wagga Wagga— Thursday, 5th February;' Thursday, 2nd July ; ; Thursday, 2Cth No vember. „ - - - . : . Albury — -Friday, 13th February; Friday,,.; 10th July 5 ;Friday, 4th December. ? Wentworth— Friday, 20tli March ; Friday, ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

Australian Joint Stock Bank. HAY BRANCH, DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Accounts, -Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, end all other BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies throughout NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, ? , . . AND ? NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in tho United Kingdom. JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager. Bank of New South. - 'Wales. ? Capital £1,000,000. Reserve Fund £333,333 6s. 8d. HAY BRANCH, DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Account, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits granted, Advances uiado upon Approved Security, and all other usual BANKING BUSINESS transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its varipus Branches and Agencies throughout New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and ',Ne...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

UNCI. AIM ED LETTERS. I List of unclniin ?.'! letters lying nt tlio. General Post Office, Sydney, lotli June, 1370: — ? Ship Letters— Adiwi'' Geo, Hillston; Alcxnnder II D Esq, Bourke; 'Anderson James, Corown ; Antonln — .Wentworth; llaruet Mrs C, Corown; Barry Thai; Jlettley station ; Bayles John, Oxley (.'J); Bolger Mar tin, Redbank ; Bond Gkop/c, Polca'station, Wentworth (-); Bond George, Hay ; lloyles John, Corowa; Brady T W, Corowa; Bvodie George Ji Memndic; Cartwriglit Martin, Condoblin ; Clampott Rev J, Murrumbidgee; Cluno SI, Toenmwall; Cumin Mrs Jane, Narrnndcm; Cullen Miss Mary, Corowa ; Davis Mrs T, Euabalong; Dick John, Narmndera; Dodil John, 'Hay; Douglas William, l--?nili([iiiti ; Dovrsett & Langley, Moama; Duncan Mre Mary, Hay; Dunn Thomas, Moama; Evans Matthew, Booligal; Gibb James, ? Condoblin; Cr'ew John, Corona; Gowling W S, Wentworth; Graves W T, M'entwortli (4); Gveen Edward, Corowa ; Gregor C4, Outliers ' station ; Grey -Robert, Wentworth ; Grieve James...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

A movement was set a-foot by the lay mem bers of the Church of England and Scot land in Victoria, about twelve months since, for creating a fund to assist in supporting j Gospel ordinances in country districts, where means were not locally forthcoming for maintaining two churches. The matter has assumed a tangible shape, and of late there has been an exchange of pulpits by the Ministers of tlioso churches in Melbourne. .We understand that a memorial, very numerously signed, has been sent to tho Arch bishop of Canterbury, praying his sanction to the action taken, so that there is some probability that good will issue from the movement thus set a-going by the laity. It will not be denied by the most attached member of cither of these churches that a eloseV connexion between them would be productive of great benefit to religion, aud progress of evangelical truth,. It- is vexing to see so many divisions in the church, and es pecially in that portion of it, which holds by tho leading vie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

I Prime Young Ewes WITH LAMBS AT flOOT, j^OR SALE IN WOOL Two lots of first-class young ewes of about 2500 and 8000, within 50 miles of Hay, with from say 80 to 90 per cent, of lambs at foot, to be delivered in the wool with lambs fit to travel. For particulars apply by letter immediately to JOHN MOORE, Jcx., Stock and Station Agent, ' 386 89 Hay. ? MASONIC HALL. Excelsior Variety Troupe. &REAT SUCCESS . ? GREAT SUCCESS Entire change of Programme to night, and a - Friday night. - W. F. WILDE, ? . ? ? : ? ? : Manager. MASONIC HALL. Preliminary Notice. A G R A N D COMPLIMENTARY ENTERTAINMENT for the BENE FIT of Mr. B. J. Smyth. Will be held in the above Hall on Friday \ 80th July. Full- particulars iu next week's ' Riverine GnAziEit.' ? 412-89 ? DALTSON, Manufacturer of COLONIAL , SADDLERY, HARNESS, &c., &c., 15 Bourke-street, MELBOURNE. * Gig, Carnage, and Buggy Harness made to order. Repairs neatly executed. Collars carefully fitted. Every description of Legg...

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DISTRICT COURT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

DISTRICT COURT. HAY. ? Cases to be tried before his Honor Judge Francis, Friday, 31st July. Attorneys are indicated thus: — * Reed, f Raymond, J Simmons. 15 John Leek* v. Ebenezer Wood, dam age for false imprisonment, £200 16 John M'Farland* v. Georgo Simpson f, work, £25 17 Peter Tyson* v. John Leckf, goods . sold, £208 18s 9d. All over £200 abandoned 18 Wm. Plummerf y Charles Cox*, slander, £100 19 Thomas Simpson* y Robert Freemanf, damages for delaying sheep, £25 ; 20 Frank Johns* v T. E. Blewett, goods sold, £8 13s Id 21 S. & A. Moss* v Blewett & Co, goods sold, £13 6s 4d 22 Frank Johns* v John Spiers, hire of six bullocks, £18 23 Walter E. Banksf v Richard Doolan*, goods sold, £20 17s 8d 24 J. A.Murray and another^ v Peter Tyson*, work, £31 12s 5d 25 M. J. WardJ v Benjamin Laurencc, goods, £5 26 SameJ v Francis Ncwcombe, work, £25 13s 2d 27 James E. Warby* _v Wm. . Arnold, goods, £30 15s 28 Same* v Ebenezer Wood, goods, £8 6s lOd 29 Same* v Hy Angel, goods, £15 ...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. 1 (from the daily pafers.), . , London, 1 Oth' July. -—Tlie House of Commons has commenced the discussion of the Archbishop of Canterbury's bill for the suppre sion of ritualistic practices in the Church of England ; Mr Gladstone opposed it as a dangerous measure, and thought that a judge should be entrusted to institute an in quiry. Lord Barrington (Conser vative) has been unseated for Eye on petition ; and Mr -W. Stanton, the Liberal member for Stroud, who. was petitioned against, .has been declared duly elected. London, 11th July. — The Aus tralian May mails via Brindisi have been delivered. Forged marginal credits of the National Bank of Scotland are being circulated from San Francisco, and my reach the Australian Colonies. Wheat market dropping ; : Adelaide fetches from 62s to 64s per 4961b ; flour, 41s to 45s per 2801b. The Cali fornian wheat crop is nearly double that of 1873. London, 14th-July.— The Scotch Patronage Bill has passed the se cond reading of t...

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SYDNEY. July 17th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

, SYDNEY. ;(from our own correspondent.) ' July 17th, 1874. The week commenced with the Orango celebration. Tho 12th July coming on Sun day, was observed by a religious service of thanksgiving, held in tho Exhibition Build ing, Prince Alfred Park. The next day there was % a concert in' 'the same place. T'liero was a large attendance on both days, and much exultation in tho ' glorious, im mortal, and pious memory' of William ; III.' and liis victories in the cause of civil and re ligious liberty. Bnt, so far as I can learn, there was no exhibition of ill-will, no de-. monstrauan mat appeared to De uesignea to . provoke a broach of the peace. Never was the ,battle of the Boyne celebrated in. Sydney with more decorum. . And the event that followed — the election of a representative for East Sydney, in ! tlio place of Mr J. H. Neale, who has gone to England — shewed that a spirit of unusual calmness pervades the metropolis. - At. noon, on Monday the returning'officer, Mr Archi bald Thom...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

Ify.vrill bo interesting to . our Southern readers (says tlio Peak Downs Telegram) to kttffw tliat tlic country between tbe Peak Z)owns and tlio Gulf of Carpetnaria is rapidly being taken up. A- gentleman who lately came in froiiV the north-west portion .of the colony informs us that the settlers are con tinually pushing out in the direction of the Gulf, '.aiid that new country is being applied for daily. . Our informant states that the Diamantina country is nearly all occupied. He gives a most favourable account of the nor.th-wost portion of the Queensland terri tory, which he describes as being tho finest he has ever seen. Robert Ho u din, the Conjuror.— Many learned men, as well as the common herd of sightrseers, are flocking every night to wit ness a curious new feat of -conjuring, due to the inventive genius.of Robert Houdin, junr., who bids fair to rival his father as a leader in the domain of prestidigitation. The new . triclc is called the 'Indian Trunk.' A large and handsom...

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MELBOURNE. July 18, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

^MELBOURNE. (from ;our own correspondent.) , ; ; ? July 18. 1874. Parliament has not done much real work sinco my last. Our worthy legislators have only progressed with the bill for payment- of themselves, a- measure which shows the meanness of tlioso who .wore so anxious for tho 'honor' of representing tho country in the Legislative Assembly. There is a re spectable shabbiness in such a measure that developes more of the worst' phase of our ? human nature than we would expect to see in uonorame members. lney roDbect tne the poor clergy of their small assistance from the State, and to show their anxiety to save . the country from such an expenditure, they put the money into tlicir pockets to support their 'honor.' The Reform Bill is still passing through committee ; bufean the ab sence of Mr. Francis, the Chief - Secretary, who, I regret to say, is not much improved in health, git moves -very slowly along. The most sensational news of the past week is the telegram from Prussia of th...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Hay, July 21, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

stock: r 15 pout Riverina Grazier Office., I n^y, July 21, 1874. JiUn \trcathcr Forsoiu'; «:»ys past 1ms boon warm iu tho daytime, aud, notwithstanding occasional strong frosts at night, the grass has commenced to spring, there will conse quently soon be abund nice of nice sweet feed for young lambs. Mr Peter Tyson will commence shearing. o:i Monday next. Mr James Tyson, of Tupra, will also commence immediately, they will shear in the grease. AVashing commences at Burrabogio next ?week. Mr.James Forsyth reports having sold, in conjunction with John Moore junr., lor Messrs Hope and Scott, their Toogimbic Station, near with Ilay, 57,000 sheep, and three hundred head of cattle — 1C.000 lambs, and station plant given in, delivery before shearing, to Messrs M'Phail and Turner, at a satisfactory price. 3752 fat wethers left Clare station, on 8th instv ~ ~ - - l. for Melbourne, in charge of Mr. Morrison. 4300 ewes and rams, Dr. Dickson's are en route from S. Australia for Uabba via Manfred...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

? WILLIAM WILLIAMS, : Stock, Forwarding, 'Insurance, ^'iand GENERAL AGENT. ; Station Supplies of every description on*Sale orpndented, THE SADDLERY Establishment in HAT. ? : WILLIAMHEWITSON BEGS to thanlc hisJFriends, Customers, and tlie Public generally, for tlio extensive support lie has received during the past six years that he has been in Business in Hay, and he hopes to secure a continuance of their favour by making Articles of none but the BEST QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP. W.H, further desires to call the attention of the' Squatters and his numerous Cus . tomers in Hav and the Surrounding District,, to his LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES, viz. : — Ladies' Side Saddles .(Gents' Best Hogskin Saddles Somerset ' Semi ditt®#itto .Gents' Town, Hunting, and Bush ditto Roll Cantle Saddles Stock Saddles, with hogskin seats and knee-pads . ' . ' rough and smooth v i. 'i bag leather ditto HARNESS OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS Single and Double Buggy Harness Light and Heavy Draught ditto Spring Cart and O...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, 18th July [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, lfitli .Tnlv. Fat Cattle. — 1,377 for the week, a large number little better than stores. Riverine salos; — Messrs Hebdcn & Sons' 228 bullocks at £9 0s 9d. 64 bullocks at Sandhurst, for Messrs Everett and Watson, Nyang, at £9 6s. . Fat Sheep. — 14,700 to hand, very few prime, prices fell Is to Is 6d. Riverine sales : — 2,729 from tho Billabong. Messrs Phelps's 1500 wethers brought 18s ; Messrs Darlot and Moore's 2,187 do, 17s ; Groon gal 1,494 do, 16s 6d ; Coree do, 10s 3d ; ' John Bell and Co's 2,393 ewes, to 9s 3d ; 1500 wethers, Mr P. A. Jennings,- at 17s ; 1,021 from Steam Plains, price not given. : Messrs Hastings, Cuninoiiam, and Co. report: — Wool — Transactions in this staple nru confined to small lots, and are too few to form a basis for quotations, but late prices are iuny maintained, ami l no market snows every indication of continued firmness. Sheepskins — These goods have not, during the past week, met with the active competi t...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 July 1874

HAY SHIPPING. Pearl sailed for Echuca 18tli inst. Cumberoona arrived from S. Australia on 18th with merchandise on sale, and is now at the wharf, - ? Murrumbidgeo arrived from Echuca 20th inst., and is now crossing sheep. Echuca, July 17th. — The following ves i sels are loading for Hay -Alfred, Burra -: .bogie, and Riverina. — Riverine Herald. The river Murrumbidgeo is 22i't high. At . Wagga on Monday it was lift Gin'., falling.

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

. DISTRICT C.OURTS FOR 1874. ' Hay— Enday, , 6 tli .March ; Friday, 31st:; July. v -;..i 1 : Dcniliqxiin^Friday, 27tli' FeWnary':; 'Fri- . 1 day, 24 tli Juiy .; Saturday, i9th December. ! Wagga ' Wagga— Saturdayi'7tli February ; ; Saturday,' 4th July.; Friday, 27th;November. j /?AlburyT^.M'onday, 16th February.,' Mph? ' d ay, 1 3th July ; l\16nd ay,1 7th Dbceinber. ' ; / | Corowa — Saturday, 21st Fobruary:; Satur--: day, 18th July ; -Saturdays 12tli' Docomber. ! W eubvorth— Saturday, ? 21st - March ; ' Saturday, 15th August.', : .on. i'i . ! Bourke— Thupday, 7th May ; Wednesday, : Jtth November. ,.i COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS.. ? ? 'Par— Thursday, 5th March ; Thursday, .Sjb.th July.' j vDeniliquiii — Thursday,- ^2Cth ? February,, .: Thursday, . 23rd July. ; Friday, ; 18th De--' comber. ??. ?: ? ? ?: ? ? ? ? ! ' Wagga Wagga — Thursday, 5th February; Thursday, 2nd ; July ; Thursday, 26tlr No- ' vember; v . : ? ?,- .? J . AlburyT^-Friday, 13th February ; Friday^ ' 10th July ; Friday,, ...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. . ? ; ARRIVALS. ' - - Sunday — 11.30 a.m. I7ix)m Echtica Deniliquin, 'Wan- ganella, Sydney (via Deniliquin); * '' Monday — 12 a.m. From Maudo, 'Balrannld. . . . 5 p.m. . From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c.. sTuesday— 5 a.m. From Waggri Wagga, Nararidera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ? ; ; Wednesday— 11.30 a.mi, From Echuca, Deniliquin, nnd ? Wanganella. ? ? ? r ? : , Friday— 6 a.m.' Froiri Wngga Wagga,' Naranderay and ; ; Sydney (via Wagga)' -? ,/:?=; i-. l-\ ,? ! 11.00 a.m. Ecliuca, 13 niliquin, Wanganella ; , ; 3 p;in. .Bahiuinld and Mauue 5 p.m. Booligal,. Wilcannia, and Darling ? 1 ; '?'f: ?? -'beparturks. I. Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Bidranald - ... . : ; . 1p.m., .Booligal/' Wilcannia, raud Darling.' ' : *' Monday — 0 p.m. Echuca. DcnUinuiri, Wangariclla : 7 p.m. Wagga, ^Narandcraj anuv Sydney; [via Wagga) Wednesday— 4i p.mi Echucii,( Deniliquin,- .wanganella, * aud Sydney, (via Deniliquin) 12a.m.k Maude and Balranata 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcanuin, Dnrlin...

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ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL; STEAMER. ; Brisbane, 1 9 th July. — The steamer Legislator anchored at Morton Bay at noon to-day,' and is the finest steamer which has ever visited this port. She . left Foo Chow on 14tli July, Singapore 28th June, and Samarang- 1st July. She made a splendid run of twenty-one clays: from Singapore.; Passengers — Mr Lewis Brown, MrPullen, and Dr Randall ; and 100 Chinese. In addition to the cargo for Brisbane and Sydney, she has 12,596 pack ages tea, 1600 cases' merchandise,' and 700 packages sundries for Mel bourne. The Mansion House Fund for the Indian famine amounts to over £110,000. ? The Princess of Hesse has been delivered of a daughter. H.M.S. Nibo has been lost. The Duke of Abercorn has invited Prince Arthur to Dublin to signalise his elevation to an Irish dukedom. It is stated in clerical circles that, the Queen . promoted the Archbishop of Canterbury's Anti-Ritual' Bill. The' English expedition for observing the transit of Venus left Wool...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. (fromthk DAILY r.U'KUS.) . London, 18th July. — Lord Car narvon has stated that .Fiji malces seventeen . wholly impracticable conditions, but that England can only accept an absolute and uncon ditional cession. The Australian institutions, he states, are insuffi-. ciently developed to undertake the responsibility of the government of the islands. Sir Hercules Robin son goes to Fiji in order to ex plain the difficulties. London, 18th July. — During the ? discussion which took place in the House' of Lords on the Fijian ques tion, the Earl of Bel more, the Duke of Manchester, and Earl Kimberly approved of annexation. Viscount Cfi.Titftvlnivv' nvntpst.p.rl: find Earl - ? ? — j- - i ? — ^ ? , — Granville urged, as on the previous parliamentary ; discussion, : against its being constituted a Crown-colony of the severe (?) type. Mr Weld, the present Governor of Western Australia, lias been appointed Go vernor of Tasmania. The death is announced of Lady Gipps, the widow o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

a'; is puhlishcd every Wcdnesdayj at Hay, Murrumbid^ee River, N.S.W. ? . . * ; , , SuBscniPTiox : £1 per auniimj or 5s. , per. quarter^ pavaWe i« Advance. TO ADVERTISERS. The' iZiitfrino Grazier is by far tlie most /widely cir culated newspaper in Riverina, and oilers tho greatest advantages to advertisers. CiiAXaiis i'on Advertisements: For one inseftion'3d. per line of space. For every insertion after the first, iJd. ditto. Births^ Marriages^ and Deaths, 2s. Gd. each. ' Specially fiivorablc rates for standing advertisements, . and for such as are largely displayed. ,

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