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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 3 February 1893

THE IRRIGATION PROBiEM, All lEnginleelr 'Ihrown s 1Mole Itlterest. ing Light on TIsIM Imarlpotant sMubjet. Andl Holds That There is Water Available fin .1Al ()Iur Needs. When Senator Gibson was in town the other day a TiantI'aN reporter asked him what he thought of the state irrigation schemte. In reply the senator said: "It is, in mny opinion, desirable that thei state should handle this question and that tlhe organization of i comlmission for tlhe purpose under a suitable law would be the way of approaching it. 1 am not prepared to say what think of the bill now pending as I have not had tinme to eI amone it closely. But I fully appreciati what the law ought to be, anol I Iblieve that it will require more 4',sideration than can bet given it at thls se.4.in." There is little dhlt hat otihrs in the, senate antld 1)house, takll this jiwy, lsud II i the whole it is not likely iac a'nythini will be doie to eitthl the statei's Iliiy on the sulbjectt of irrgation this \mar. In formation ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 3 February 1893

BLAINE IS I)DEAD The hll.\o'tiolle hh II'le''' n1' \tlil' Fililil l. The Brilihtest %ill iN .lmeri'rn s 1jthd y of lrilliatll .Melt sl, !1 't e to i, , 1 i" 'li lr Sphere of .ltioi. Wasu.\ vmscINO,. Jan. . . The announce ment of lilaine's death was muade to the senate by MIr. Iflah. whol has been for many years ,net f the closest personal and political friendt of the dead states man. Ilis renmarksi were fo!lote l by a mnotion to adjourn. 'lis :t.iljournlllient I makes the sixth inhterruptiotn f b h-iness in the .enate c ii ,it by I,. lth within the last feiw week~i . n;, ulh"r K 1 nailn' . hlayes, L:u ",i an i h, i, ir .-a,', il h :tin inq within; tho* t"; -k. e' thell they. The de th t ,f t .'!.v `'1'akr !;,,+nt, brouLt lu- e. i ,s . . i s " , .l. denl tern, inatini this 111,.nii z. After ia brief and atT'cti.- lpeeh by Milliken. whon t, l· s lr t i':.. ' i ,l, l di tri,,t, an v-pI I IIan \ - ,r ',l lll l I I t +a l t ial' with tin in tI. iun:. h a xIv I s. alwa s Th nv .:s. It. ll...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 3 February 1893

A REGION OF GREAI PIENTYS SomnIe Interesting )pinions on the Agrieulturatl I'oesilhilitlies of Ieatlscate ('otuntlv. Fancies are o(ne Thing, Fa'ts Anotlher, and Facts Favor A paper read bieforo the board of trade at Wednesday's imeetiig attracted a good deal of attention. It was written by A. P. Kyle, Jr., and was an argument in fa vorof more downright agricultural ac tivity in the region surrounding this city. The following extract is given because of its great value at thin time: The first thing that connmumtil our immediate attention is the comnitii andil fertility of the agricultural laind in the vicinity of our city. nid, ill fact, of ine entire county of Caseaile. if the faette as they exist wlre known to the general f public it would bie but ta lhio. t tit . u.uci tbousans olif tcrne oI these bliand ir)li ries would be convertedl inlt 1i h,,ili gin harvest tields. If the advantagies lffr,'e, the il i ,ph, and the productivity if Ithe oil wnivet known to the innuilmti.irah 'l,...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 3 February 1893

THE LEGISLAT1TBE Tll 7. l, hIMIe n the rote on ntll Populist Ieecller IINisells A y ouhlt That lis Position on the Senatorial Question. 1i :r .;a . ., Ja n . :ik.- I l lpec. a l to "'r il . 'l'liu.sc.:, When the vote on United States senator was being talken in joint assembly today, Ieeciher got up lnd said: 'Judging froml the papers you will not ii'e surprised if I RIshou chlange mily vote !rti the gentleman for whiii, I hiave' been votin. \\'hen I do, it is Ibecause I tatle lost faith in it worthliy tailt, anit a luau wihomii we lshou!d honor arnl r'#pect'i I have ultvr detlied liy \l te I . ni i worthy mitan when iy tote alone w'o.Ild lett ihit,. neitler it,, I at this tilme, but I at growitng tiredil ,f thi l. y's "- e i dl propose doing lmtething in the way, of ill, t .it r I tt d thit ti mei bll ut I will ay that I lhai l it ill t y power\ i in col lli ni tion wI itih su o w.oi I nlliw to Ilie' 'reiantl ab. en t ettil thie It questinill llandli we t, ur.a Is , toi take step' s...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 February 1893

e your Prescriptions PocAt Acutual CotPurses V ILLED AT Thli Week lt ,EWTON'S DRUG STORE, ._ J. W. NEWTON'S Drag Store. VOLUME XIT. (MItEAT FALLS, MON'IANA, "VII])AY :MOItNIN(i, FEBRU'AIIY 10o, ISNI. NIuMIEI3 I 7:. HA! HA! HA! CASH STORE AND CASH PRICES. You can take a good jolly laugh to yourself if you in vest in some of our BLANKETS COMFORTERS Indi SI' Rnd 'hilr. n Sh ltl'! liell tlh' r\; u' Wo hav. nil biz-. in block i WOOL HOSIERY % Our prices arc as low as the temperature of the past two weeks. Glas lBck Stlre Verge. IIalllurne & l liKnzie ..... Town Lots FOR SALE. Make your own Selec tions. Special Inducements to Buy NOW! Call at the Tolwnsite offlce and •ask for a plat aLnd the latest price list. The cheapest propo.sition made as yet. Lots on the Noith Side. on Sec ond Third and Fourth Avenues $1,ooo; and SSou; on Fifth and Sixth Avenues, Suoo and 6oo. On Second Avenue South beau tiful lots along the water main and two blocks from the Central Avenue Electric line $500. O...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 February 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE FRIDAY. gEBRUARIY I.11.118. ORG(ANIZE A CRI'SAI):. TIEs TuiiuriN's coitments of yester clay on existing evils in American citiel in general. and our own in particular were not intended as a merely cursor; reference, but as a deliberate remtindei to the people of this city that the tim( for serious action regarding these thingi is at hand. It behooves the ministers as well at the press and all good citizens to joir: their forces for an active crusade in the direction of municipal reform and the suppression of vice. It is the purpose ol this artic e to point out some of the methods that uight be employed to at. tain the desireu end. eIt all differences of sect and religious opinion be buried fr the occasion and then decide upon it plan of canmpaigu, knowing in advance about what imethods are to be elmployed and the definite purpose that is to bhe ahit ved. In attemrptiug to suppress vico little rliance iian be placed in state or natiin :il laws. ,but municipal regul...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 February 1893

STATE LEGISLATURE The Usual nrist of Business Disposed of The World's Fair Apllrolpria tion Bill t'anted. Menator Gibson lhow Carved Iut (ignite a Heordl for Hillmselt' in tlhe ('onsolidation Fight. HII:[LENA, Feb. 3. - (Special to TiI ; 'Tnintet.j -The vote for United States senator today was an exact duplicate of yesterday's. Clark 23, Sanders 31, Dixon 12. 'Tho house again adjournetl early to give the committees a chance to work. The central comllittee of I)eer luldge county sent a protest against croltintr Granite county, which they charge i, proposed simply and wholly for thle ift litical and tinancial atlvancemiu.t f:r would-be olleilal,; .:.l real estateo sp-a latore. State Sonator .John W. Power of ('ho teau sent in a protest against the t:r, ation of Btnr I'aw or Ilaine o'ntily. T'he following bills wire reporteld farv orably 'roIt comittllleets 'Punitshing frauds on racing lseoviations; eallowing the L;nited States to purchase properlty for public uies; fixing l tth liahil...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 February 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 180i. WATCH THOSE tINIVEHt IlTY nIll Each and every member of the house owes it to himself as a man and a catizer and to the great state he represents, t( see that the senate bills locating the state educational institutions are prompt. lv amended before action is allowed up, on them in the lower house of the legis lature. Let every mIember ask himself what has led the seneto to make this strange and illomened "deal;" and what their reasons,. if ally, can be for refusing even to consider the offer of 81.,1.t0) as an en ,iowuient for a grand state university. Can any of the senators who voted for division give a good or sutlicier t reason for disregarding the magniticent otffer muade by Senator Gibson? Do they calculate on the state getting anything from the points to which they have ;iven the so-called colleges, or is their forethought concerned only in what the state will be required to con tribute to theit?: In Liort, wero .ti tntvedl by anl...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 February 1893

NEWS FPROW NEIHART. The Weather-Tho Mines-The Finance, and General Matters Mentioned. I lpecial Corresnondence of Tna TatRuNxa, Nar.IArT, Feb. 4.--Tho old-timers say they have never experienced such inten eely cold weather as we have had this week. On Tuesday morning the mercury touched the 50 dog. below zero point, and some thermometers indicated as much as GO dog., but they are believed to be unreliable. The train from Great Palls did not arrive until 2 o'clock Tues day morning and one of the lady pas sengers was badly frosbitten while going front the depot to the Frisco hotel. Several gentlemen are being mentioned in connection with the postofflco under the new administration, but asyet no es timate can be made as to who stands the best chance of securing the appointment. D. A. Herron has been appointed dtep. uty United States mineral surveyor for this district. Miss Dora LIongeway of G(reat Ialls is in our town visiting Mrs. lHarty Skinner. E. T. Wilson, national bank examiner. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 February 1893

A WEEK OF WISDOM The Tribune's Special ('orresponlenl mends a Budget of News anld t (si ip. An Antl-n';allwer M31asl're -Ioev. Rick arld's FIavor( ain Extra S....il More P'ay .ir Menmber'. II:LE.º:v.. Feb. 1. (Speclal to TuIE Tui un.'lI---It was informally given out dur ing the week that Gov. Rickards would in all probability call an extra session of the legislature for the express purpose of considering the new codes. The fact that half the present session has already gone by and nothing has been doune on the new codes mnakes it pretty evidetlnt that nothing can or will be done at this session. In fact. it is dlifficult to see' how anything could be done toward giving such long and important documents the :consideration they require without put ting evereything else. including the ap propriation hills, to one side,. whi ith, of course, Is impossible. It is the iid 'jt of lthe got ienor that an extra e.,.in of thirty lda.vs. dvoted entirely to the new '·des. woult be sulticient to c...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 February 1893

HAT HE THINKS OF IT, nother Man Who V'ieaws Montana's I Nair Bulildmug W ithitit ' a t('riti' Eyr e. ae Muat luild lietter Elther Im prove tile P.resent Structure (Ior he I tlidiVenthlled. Yesterday there strayed into T,,.m R1auI: ottico a visitor who had re ntly been at Chicago and when asked he had seen the World's fair grounds d the now "famous" Montana build g he briskly replied, "Oh, yes; and be g somewhat interested in the state, as you know, and realizing its great extent and its immense possible wealth in min rai, agricultural and grazing resources. expected soonlthing commensurate ith all this and eagerly looked for the tate's building. After riding about the rounds and viewing with astonishmIent nd delight the t:arvelous palaces erect( d for the exhibits anll tile iunllerlla eautiful and artistic structure' of the1 arious states and failing to see Meon ana's, I inquired of tilhe driver where it as. 'It is -oer thefr,' lihe said, polilltii oa small, oulllstllory house Leari...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 February 1893

A BANTAM FL(IHT. Johnny Grifflin of Braintre, Mass., and Australian Billy Murphy Fight for the ('hamplionshiIp. The Massachusetts Man Knocked ouit Ills Anlltagonllit in the .cventh Itound After a IItrd Battle. CoN.r: II.A.), Feb. ;.--Lespite the stormy weather there was a large, and enthusiastic crowd of sporting men at the Coney Island Athletic club tonight. With men like Jonny Griffin of traintree, Mass., and Australian Billy Murphy fighting for the feather-weight champion ship and a purse of $1.040, it would take a pretty stiff storm to keep thoroughbred sports at home. In addition to this tinish tight there was a twenty-round contest between Kid Hogan of Brooklyn, and Dolly Lyons of New York. .\t ,::k' , clock the lirst pair of scrappers hopped upon the stage. They were Lyons and Ilogan. They were to tight for a Purse of $t1.), the winner to take A, a.. l the loser t2tU'. Tihi' tiht wass hut fru. t tttrt ti liti -.h. Slogan being veiry cientitic, but Lyouns was struger and sent ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 February 1893

,1it: WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ..... oILLUD Pr oscEA iAiLLA OING 5 4[ IA 1- I T perfume will be marked down to 351c an ounce this week st 'ON'S DRUG STORE. ViEiiE. i J. W. .JWTOI'S Drug Store. OLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FIIIDAY MORNIN'(r, FEIIITIA Y 17, 189*. NUM[BE. 71. jA'e's hat we have an ueqtualctl stock of Reliable Dry Goods, he Lowest Uniform Prices, The Neatest Store, The Best Location, iAnd tha;t we ive ive our cus onmcrs the beft attention. laIs Blok Store "O: Ceontral AvrenI . i rr1 l . Ilallir01'tl & 3i ..MlA izie ..... Cra\iVc are now showing the finest line of CORSETS _in the city. o0wn Lots SFOR SALE. k,' your own Selec tions. pecial Inducements tol Buy NOW! Cl'( at lil' .'( , c;~ tc (,f;ce atin On Second Avenue South bea '1 lots along t h( water maui id two blocks from the Central wevnue Electric line $500oo. On the West Side lots are now r'fered for $400oo and $500 that n five years time will command price of $2,000 and $3,oo0 each. The reserved lots on all Aven tc...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 February 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. YEItIRUAItY 11. 1ta. Till: 1YOUN' (: IIMIOCItA('Y. If tile young democracy of Montana had been in shape to do its duty in the last campaign there would have been a clean bill of health for the demtocratic party in regard to the governorship, the congressman. and the senator. The men who voted the populist ticket in Si!ver how county, or most of them, were young democrats, who would not have deserted the standurd except for condi tions which ought not to exist it any po litical party. The vendetta between Mlessrln. )aly and Clark and the duill culties 'irowint, out of it are s,,ne of tile things which have disguatcd these young men. Thslle gentleenn have a perfect right to quarrel. they say, but :they have not the rlght to let their quarrel dissever the party to whicLh they both belong. Su i,, months ago Mr. I )aly announced ipublicl that Le was out of 1pi-ltlcs itln did nt wish to have anything tuore to tdi wa it. In tli. re beli-e, he was ita'- utl!y ine...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 February 1893

SANDERS SHELVED For Mantle-- uch Was the Determina tion of tlhe Republllican ('1uncu1S Iast Night. II. P. Iaoll, Chosen ChairIcmacn of the Irrigationl ('Convention at Ilelena. Ha.E.NA, F'eba. 0. HSpecial Dispatch to T.i1: TIrtIINE:.--There were more s'nrlriees in the joint assembly today. fie ney, democrat, who jumped to Sand ers yesterday, votcd for Lee Mantle. Benson, republican, Tierney's asspciate from Meagher, changed from Sanders to W. A. Clark. Annellcr of Silver thw changed from Sandtlrs to ('iapt. 'Thonlas Couch. Fleming of lhBeverhead left Sanders and went to Mantle. 'Thie re sult of the ballot was: Sanders 29.('lark 24, Dixon 12, Mantle 2, Couch 1, total lit: necessary to a choice 3:. Tierney 's rea sons for changing ate' already knownl. Benson, who was opposed to eri'aticlg Broadwater county, vted so as to coun teract the effect cf 'l'ierncy'i t chalnge. The house spent most of the tIime on I the public. institutionl lills. '['Th, lirst to -onle up was tihe school of Iai...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 February 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. F'RIDAY. FIE:Itl ..IY 17. IW::. I-.1T Nil Il II1'Y 1 4 MAN -,('.t 1":. It;g beiforc the struglgge for the si-a torship tine l Up t It Itt ilena, it .was openly said that ie'rt +trh Ladl votes to tell could nade pIvt.ty) of nilo:ey in d.tposing of tbh-ir support for thisi great illice. Fri iiently ,-ihue thou opin clharglles of britery atd attemlptedl brl'bery have ;up poaredt in the public press, and of latie the air of l hlena has fairly stun:k froil the coirruption growini out of thlis Con test. No nmatter who is to bl.lluu, it is a dlis grace t t this state. and an outrage which sholublt be rttsnted b"y tvery decent man il the' aun, n wr,)' eath. If half is trlu ti at is , ported. t plle, p itettia'ry is too ,+,a pIat fur n111any nll in +thomn the publii' halls +vrongly r.,posed c,,ntildeh c'e ,n lt, - --u., inl: tli are putt tlh re the better it will bei for theli nare' if Mln tauna. m.':e, th,.r." is no worse {lLce in tils w rl ti whii h t hl lith I iy all b...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 February 1893

CITY WATER WORKS I Th, I'itizens' lIeetig l at Nii.hti Favor of the I'uriihail ilan il (I- leo 11e Present I 'ompany Will Sell Ie;ta.nably, the I'ity .May lil I Ite si WVater 'Worl. t 'The meetingL hehl last mightt at h, coulrt louse to consider the euliltemlllein of tili waiter workls by Ilth city wat sa prionlullince.ll suicessb. At the ihii)r in ,t 'very seat walls taken iIlli it wiis plain that the liadini g tax II3pers of Ith city felt rt e. 'l inttl'nLe t in ath 10it( i Ul t, ii. der lby the iiiayor, and .Aliereiian .I.M. (taunt, o whl rouglit thien miHttir uwp Ut the last council eetinrg, wai iadte l'hair man. Mr. Bfole was elected secretary if thbe meeting. In an adtlresus etting forth the uijects of the meeting, Mayor Wh'bater maitl '". ack agco tonight at thile council meeting the may ir waR diretIeli biy the city council tL call a nias Inluiting to discuss thec eatter of thte titv oWln1l.j its own water works. In toursuatce if a resolution Ia asetd bg y Le cuItnlitcil thi...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 February 1893

NEARING THE END. Last liasps of, Montana's Brainy Legislature of the Year' I11:1. A Clanuse of Ilhe onstittution Whi.h They Flatly Ig Iljlil. ltl:r.aI. Feb. 11.--[Special to Toe: TRIl.v:. ()-On Tuesday next the Broad water county bill, that has been the cause of such remarkable political gym nastics, will be disposed of having been wade the special order for that afternoon. Tlerney, the deti cratic memleber, Who has been floundering around iaiong various republican candidates ever since the committee on counties said there should be no IIroadwater. says the mi nority report in favor of his bill wi'l be adopted and the btll passed. Benson. the Meagher republican, nevter has muuch to say. Ibut shows by his actions in vot ing for ('lark that he means to counter act the tltect of 'Jierreyv leaviln tthat et-ntlemelln. In ottlL-l worlds. in urmi,' to hold that- votes which hee thinks !it- has again,-t till I;roialwater bii!l. he is tr n., to show the- dmnrats that they ari, 1-,t -hort an%...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 February 1893

A STRIKE ON THE SEWERS. Two Iifferent Versions of the Trouble Are (Givenl to "The Tribune" RIeporters. Markl Turk Not an Angel. Nor as illaek ais li4 IIHs Ihen Painted. Part of the force of laborers employed on the sewers struck for higher wages Friday. The affair wall thus explain ed by Murk Tuck, the contractor, to a T'ail Nit: reporter: "This morning when I went to the tool chest at the ditch to give out the tools John It. McDonald saidl: 'We won't go to work unless we get t:2.0i) plr day.' E. luelster, mly foreman, thold theml to quit an] get their time. About 2:, men quit work; about 20 day laborers and In stationmen kept on working. ''The "_ meon who qluit are mion that I kept dur ing the cold weather and theyv were rimost all in debt to tie, as they lid little woak before the cold weatthelr set in. It,'or about 1 dayst no wo'rk wal Idon on the ditch ani [ could not throw the iin ut if tildoors dtllring tlihe ool weather and boardedl thii during tIlihs time. ei pecting Ihlit t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 February 1893

MONTANA MAYORS Mayor Mantle of Butte Drawing up a City Government Bill to be Pre sented to the Legislature. Many Changes Are Suggested -The Mayor to be Emllpowel'red to Alppoint Nearly all the City (Hlileers. HFI.ENA, Feb. 13.--[Special I)ispatch to Tim: TauuIN;i.--At the meeting of the mayors of Montana cities held here last week, Mayor Mantle of lutte was authorized to draw up the amuendments which were thought necessary to the general incorporation act and put them into the shape of a bill for presentation to the legislature. Mayor Mantle is now engaged on the task and will have the bill ready by Wednesday or Thursday. The changes suggested are making the terns of mayors two years and giving them the appointment of all offllicers now filled by election by the city council. This will include everything except city attorney, city treasurer and police magistrate. The terms of aldermen are left as now- -two ye:trs, one-half go ing out each year. Another change is to allow the lreviou...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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