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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. r..J. Striekland and Sons, at their stores, at 1: Wool, akinhs. hides., Ac. AUCTIONS THIS DAY. TIHURSDAY, 8th JANUARY, At their Storeo, Nolan street, At" 12 o'clock. E J. STRICKLAND and SONS (by thefi auctioneer. Mr H. N. Stricklaol) ,rll hold their usual sale of WOOL. SHEEPSKINS. &o PIRtLAT. 9th JANUAKRX. 12 noon, At Newton's Hotel. BOOTHS. BOOTHS. BOOTHS. BIgOPHY. FOLEY. and CO. will sell : • by auction; as above, The booths and other rights in ronnec tion with the W\Vindermoere A.N.A. Car. ivral at the Burnrmbeet Racecourse on ronndntion Day. 26th January. CHAS WALICEE AND CO.. AUCTIONEERS. FARM SALESMEN, HOUSSL LAND. ENJATE. AND GE-NERAL COMMtItSSON AGEN'NT GF21 LYDSAl STLE T SOUTH ammediateL 2post aig's Hotel), Auction and Private Sales of Statioens Farms. IfHouses, Furniture. Farm Stock, Implement r et. conducted personally by Mr Clhrles Walker, who has had B years of mmost suceoful experience in this ?distrieL Sworn valuatons made of any deeeri...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KING'S LIFE IN PERIL [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

RING'S LIFE IN PEIRIL Dl3nden was oxcited by a eiroumstan tint accnont of a plot against the lifo of the King of Saxony and Irls guest, the Grand Duke Cyril ,of Russia (says the Berlin correspondent' of tihe "Daily News"). The report hasn eoani" omon consternation owing to doubts whetlher tile official denial'of lho reporterld attank on'the King at Itlrrnakrotchle on tihe Austrian frontier- recently, covored all thin facts. Thle inrsden story is as follhows Yes terday a well-ilrcoed young man demand dl at one of tio hotels a rnoom ith a window looking on tile I'raerntr.osr through whirh the. ICing and his .est were to roy to thsialhce. -As tho visitor had no luganie..jnd the hotel errvans did nbt'lke la hio oks, te pl itiroal p lice were notified; : Thoe visilor thon ak ed the hotel onfiialson get hinm a ticket for the Iloyal Opera, and the police lnow felt sure they were o0 the track of a criminal. They wetchi.l tthe strnger closely, and jast. at tlhe monint when the lklng nwas abo...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

FUNERAL NOTICES COURTNEY.-- he friends of the" lat, Mr MathowWillinm Courtney, for. msrly of Dungaree, nro respectfully in. cited to follow his remains to tile place of interment, the BIllanrat New Cemetery. The funeral cortege is appointedl to learve his late residenc. No. 6 Ilamffray stret north, to-ay (Thursdny, 8th January), at ? o'cloch p .m. Rt. J. 5L LLIR. Undertaker and Pu?nae ral Director, 21 Armstrong st.. near City lall. Phnne 423. Ir .tli-- 'rh. fricuda of the alc MrR Bridrget Wralsh, relict of tle latr John Walah. Into of the IRoyal Oat Iotel, Peeil street- north. are reprectfnlly in. formed that her romaine will he removed from her late residence. 103 Albert strreet IBaliarnt, for interment ill the Ballarat Noe Cemotery, this day (Thursday, 8thl of tannary), at 11 o'clock a.m. STKI'IlIION tVI.I,IN(Ti1'ON, Undertak. er. 430 Slmrt et. Tel. -22. JORDAN AND TIPPETT FURNISIIING UNDEIRTA ERS. IFUNERAL8 CONDUCTED In town or country. Oakl. Cedar, and other i'oliehd Coflns, Art...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE ention of mining investors is con. to a an roextent onil tlhe riose to p at't New Lagi L#og?n. It is now stated that the site of tlh rise t up into the woashlirt from the drive going towards tihe old ?hnfl New Laogi Lo4gani mine is sitsated theo No. :0 and tho No. o3) hereos e abolt 50 feeoot apart--and ii. is ovexpcted that rising, which has laved by the non-ttendnnco of tho meon after the holidays, is pmfgrle. In recont reporl to tho ti leine mlmagor ltated No. 39 nt through to woash at tO feet over i of the drive. Th?I gronnod is 9 her than at No. 38, and is, in tho of the manooger, thb wootern =qf, reef. Tho lot hore (No. 38) irs i at 51 feet. and as thoro is feet hetween . No. 98 andNo. 19. it Srise of 9 feet in 50. T3h1 Ina0. nti --"n l ,war expeetino this cn inh Ihigh grotnla i is itsto0 0 of tIe oldi shaft. and 31) feet wet the grounl is only lot feot he surore. 'Thle owidth of lead at tint prores to hi a little over 10(10 washed a little of the borinos, ...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]CK AND SHARE MARKETS. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

K AND SI EI.E .LULTIETS,. I]AL IA IT. vials gain provided a honey turn leserday, in the majority of cases aned prices. Now LnA i Logan further Irogrtn. reachingR 371; rt Central were n little wrker, her Ararat stockl hardened. lfang Great l.ngi, i nd Langi Centrl nado a fele iace, a0 flnisled an Upper Irng lfi er alRo in re Southern llola wa/0 the n moot of te lBeaufort group, their high. mark for Iheo day bhng 3/5. To. tlh clsew tley wIerOe trifo easier. of )Auke itended shoned in. g confidencre. The favorable a?-. ce of tie workings oht Ilonbrrin| Sept t scrit, p rominent, but no worerr oa offner. North Weoaf H were alo lu tl'OeCrssfllly nouhollh. lr Icitionl was oralpiel Iy Wilf. 1 I.cy, for which 20/ was R qutedI cby h? I .r Goldn Reefsr made a uIl lIht 1aovh.lfordni mines worO Ia lthr eru?:ul.lll? ?nluf.. nod closing IN V L:s IRNTS. rot 1lrulwh, s 391"/ [t lt.lii'L' DISTRICT. Acrt. Ih :t6 art 'utral. b 32/. 35/ atl Vietory. b l/, sales 21/l 0Langi 110g1n, b 4/11, s 5/3, sales l...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REINFORCING MILK IS IT PRACTISED? BOARD OF HEALTH CRITICISED. OFFICERS NOT RESPONSIBLE TO IT. ILLUMINATING DEBATE. A LIVELY BREEZE. DR JOHNSTON SPEAKS HIS MIND. "YOU ARE MAKING ASSES OF YOURSELVES." MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

REINFORCING MILK is IT PRACTISED? . BOARD OF HEALTH ORITICISED. OFFICERS NOT RESPONSIBLE TO IT. ILLUMINATING DEBATE. A LIVELY BREEZE. DR JOHNSTON SPEAKS IuS MLND. "YOU. ARE MAKING ASSES OF YOUIRSELVES." MELBOURNE. Wednenday. An interesting debate as to tlhe power of the loardn t UHealth took place at to da'"s meeting of the Boaol; Dr IRolbert eoun presideng. The question arose .out of the milk staondaret and the alleged' ro inforcing of milk with sennum to bring it nt to the standard. Dr lohnstra. an officer of the depanrtment, reported that thle practice of auddieg cream ito milk was practically imposolble because of the dilfheolty of mixing. Subsequently a sub-committee of tie ]inoard was ap pointed to enquiro into the subject. Evo. dence on oath was taken, during which producers of milk admeitted that the practlcs of fortif.ying milk had to be re vorted td during the spring time to bring the staueetred up to the require ment of the Act. Dr .tohnston reported again to the Board to...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MILITARY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

MILITARY HEWS. His Vxcellency the Gor ornr-General, acting upan the advice of thoe Federal Executive Council,t ha approvod aof te follaowing hetngic. etc. , in connection with the Military Forces of the Commor wealth:-II adquarterse Chaplain (It olass) the Ilight lev. Charles Owen Lea yar Riley, Bislhop of Perth ('V.A.). to he chaplain-eneral (Anglicn); Meetlo Rev. 'fhoteas Jaseph Carr, Archbishop of htel anerne (Vic.), to be rhiaplain (let clans) and chapiain-general (Rloman Catholic: Itight R1ev . . L. entonl, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Australia, to he chaplain (Ilt class)-and cbaplain-grn ecal (Prc?sbytrian): Ca?plnin Rev. A. T. lIolden, gmer?al sNcreNtay Auastralian e thodist Church, from the 3rd ilitanry Distrirt, to be ciatLain (lt clatn ) and chaplain-getnoral (M1ethodist) a, fro~m lst December, 113;: Since Dr ]Mawson eatahlished a wireless bane ill the Antarctic, tho Commonweealth mateoroogisc t htasfnIrtuentl. rceied wire less meeoaags waith regrcd to the stat...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

o More IMP LINEN Shirts that are "done up." with Silver Star Starch retain their stiffness all the time. It is an easy Starch to mix, and it won't stick to the iron. Insalt on Original Labelled Packages ILVER STAR ARCH THE BEST IN THE WORLD I Fatbt~ral ;~fl llaT E CO" t t Ut r· 'M Tdl NodeN" T WHIILAN. Hop-ka. j pý leasing & .rxhilaro' of COLLINSWOOD NURSE ALWmAYS SlpCOM1D!17DS DIE MIOSSITS INDIAN IWI pj[,iLS T1O 1I1105 In TIENTS. Nuraa Mry A. BSllcr. 1f 174 Siuy stlreat, Collingwood, \rritrs:-" .S a nu-0s of nin1 years ara tojliug at Callingowod, I have found it as aneaury in mnoy 1u'ouahcmrat ca Oe" to rcm lartion (Loot Pii~o. T'hnY ala abaost univerrmlly used In faclt, many of iay patients I foud using your mnlicinn alrcandy. 1'eaaaully, I fr BnY thry are on inarriloat icmoaly for Conatiputio. '? Thiny act inl 0totiag' manunoir. Nelrvenr A.O allro lIwould not (From Ihoto.) bo withaultlhna, hrno they dafy tho rey1! oI? of Con shipution continalng, and anvurribly Ir eturo h...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

BRNDIG~O. dac'. sal o werr:--ird'n Reefr ,rtnish UJnited. 3/^_, 3/1. 3/, 9/3: , 3, 3 ra Extende l nius e New Nil Ild. Nonrth Iondiro ril.tohn 5 n's, 1/8 Sean, 6/41; f ETFB BO BWI(' and Share Brokor. 1 8/nlng Exchange. r Ballarat Stock Enchange. r Promptly Attended To.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

F. Millard. ehnrcbrueer. mem tocnk lEulhange. Melbourne. 9( net. Melbourn (teinlephne 1369., reported the following atec Sael dRailwey Companies. Tramwuay. aias e4./1(1. euue-Mplhunren Elretric Sup . slock, eales 73/3. Permeown ed Co., sale 14/6; Swollew nn( iene.-Bloclk 10. b 3099. 3 11/9 nek lull. 1. 3h/1(. 7(4/6; lDre ok il 11,31;Bs 35/6; Brloken 1Till Juncrtion, 0lroken Hill South, peid, 0 .L37/. Ilere and Sl . en1d N .. 1 t .'anlr 1019: Ted udrin erlkrt, 1 9. salne 13/R; Netrth Blrken 9. 51/. snen 50/9. Sliu·F.-..iHomd b13M nt 93r14/. 353R '(beelt Cettl~l~nnt. 1114J/1, Tee1: 1;Mout L enll. b 226. t 1/ lItTn lleku.s.~be 2/. o 4/7; per C£6//SI. seine, £7, £6/10/; 4!ale: 616. 2/ Jdn.-flT.rok. b 390. 3 ,/'9, 361R. (9/3R 'Peonkub, Stenhe,ol 39/0,;632.h abr ' IseT Hill, I; 7/10. fit014. Anstrullin Compranies. - Ednm 6, 357/6, saleu 57/9. 57/6. Dictnint..--Ajun. 1, 09. Centrnl, ; 39/6. 0 31/; Ajax Con Ol/lE-, I, 1/, s 9/lG Cathcart Prop.h 1, 3,1 , bas 3/1 . ; ? kles 2/; rt Cent ra l l...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES DEATH OF MINERS. INQUEST OPENED. LAUNCESTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES DUITIH 01'F MINERIS. INQUISR OPENED. LAUNCI~'JI'ONi Wederodoyn. r'ho inqureuot tfhin n~the death of Johan "Kirby and io J. d, nminrs, who nero killed at the Tomnono mine, lien reunnlle. on I'lidale, was opened before the Coroner (.\Mr ,?lIe Dougloa) and .a tury of four. Mr ' J. Clarke appear rd on behnalf of theo Tasmania Company. 'nd tr W. Leis for the Onl .Alei ., i Ihjhih th the i'.3Iai .A r C. J. Ieeathrot, seuprintenden t of the oine, gavo evidene no to the ditso ery of the bolies during an (nspction of the mine. TIh acclent was cnaused by a anll of rock. There was no firing ing ?n whllero tile men were, nrnd there had teon no exploslon. 'hle renquiry wai adjourned until nrxt Menday to nllon the jurcy to visit lhe rscreneofthre ccidrnt.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOARD OF HEALTH MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

BOARD OF HEALTH Tha IE13OUR Wedncoday. Il'lthe for ting of the loterd of IItth e Nee w yTor a hold to day 1r Iobaon~ presided. Du nO'Iu'IFIAfLLE DISIA\SES. 1;(110h'II31 fortnighl eiided tth January a of0 t3Tlnlid foýror wROm reported throe hout the titato, o 0 w00h3 9 wrro is the mot'olis. ITturorl3deatiu. In diphteria 11 7w rauoa m rolxOrtd, of whith {p nro in the n oteopnlow nd 3 deothe. in marlet feror 5 f which Sin te m. , naryilhiiro i03j i +whipch 14 in the 2tropolirt, and ' drathe. Ohih I Werret in tAt Ietrol f . At iohthetheer oeI.iphtllcria wn ppnrt t Ilnllnma E;ut an n lna 7 oes of typhoid or uIiird at Itenrhnm. In e niii ptinh% lIreriea of Emle(t favor icnd plimoIIIry tulxrculoia there ont dcarea;S.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICAN BASEBALL EXHIBITION GAME. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

AMERICAN BASEBALL EXLIUBITION GA.MII. 3iELt OURNE, Wednetlay. The American bnehati tfanns gv'e an exhibition gamine on tihe Melbourne Crioket (trond tn-dey. A Victorian team, tif tfend by a catchrr and pitcher Irae tihe "ihite Sos," played a neovcn inningsf game anainst the Now York team. Mostt of the Victorians wore crickebters, who a hae:ball during thoe winter. 'Te ta 'uork team held then easily all hmnrough the game. Tihe New" Yorkhci made It rums. The Victorians made no runs, rarely getting beyond ,econd ba?ne. "ter bco fourth innings Netman of SI. Kilda. who is an American. pitchlt The ntahing of the Victorianns wus goue, but, th. roluors nisro not no suro no these of thle Americane. The game showednl tlttl the Vctorians have by no means got near fislr-cis Inmseball. Ity this timi there was a crewd of 9000 Peple in the ouater ground, thie gate bt'iil 02,?. 'rhe iand was owell filled, ani herwas a fine attendanoe in tiue ninn CFfoiiCn. Aneoricans were i fuill reon thc ground. T...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

SECHNICAL SCHOOLS SE MSINATION REPSULTS. Illlarat School of Mines. - 5Mechanic nd heat--Grade I.--Pon, credit: S7daey o. lower, 75 Iper cent. Paon: .lno . I. SpSrn, 50; Norman C. 'TilWorl. C5; aysond 0. CoX, 50: Walter J. f1art at. Applied ranechanics--Crado [.-Pansi: Ilnrod It. Pearn. 0O. Grado I1.--pa.1 , credit: Sydneyv I. Power. 80: I?eigh II. Sin son,83, l'ass: JohnF. WV . Sffmrn,5O. G m ,do l t . ( , ) - - l 'n , s: J o l_ I f . S . ..h o . .v O Grad II. (h)--Pns: Hohert 3I. Scjant. 58: Wilfril L. Allen, 61; liar. old T. W. Dison. 50. Engineering d?r?. ing-Grade I.-Pasn, credit: Johln P, W. Sprn, i5; IHerbert Rich, 0; Sydney 3S 'aoer, SO; Norman C. 'Tinworth, 865; Thoma L. Simpson, 80: B laayond I. Con 85 Pass: John W. Richanl+. 55; Ernest A. 'tahar, 50. Cactlolnaine 'technical School. - 3Ic hanics and hoat-Grade I.-Paos: lIar ce L. Rloherts, 50. Applied nienhaenie -Gde II.-Pass credit: Charles W. lorlon, 83. Draning for builders and artisnan-Pa: rArthur L. Cleave. 53; John Fl...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTER-STATE NEWS [REUTER'S.] MYSTERIOUS FIRE NARROW ESCAPE OF INMATES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

INTER-STATE NEWS MYSTERIOUS FIRE NARROW BCAPE OF INMATES. .. SYDNIfY, Wenededay. Stoehoman the two- torn ronido?co t Mr C. Wile, woolbhroker, was / bhmn out at Darting Point early this morning Tho cause of the outhreak is a mnytery buht bdrgl,? are snpected. The houno is situated in Darling Poin road. The only ocupanlao at the time o the fire were Ifrs Wilkie and a frirnd Mnrs Shancros. of Peorth. They were boll steping ?t?tairs, and about I on'lon Mmrs Sthawero. ? ho slept on the barl balcony, was awakened by the noisoe o itmnaco. She dragged Mr Wilke ount of bedt, and throw a mattros over the hlt cony. Then she tied, the sheeto fron the bed to tho balonv to useo them as o morans of cape. Tthey were at firot afnraid to ventnre on the perilotto journey buto, in respot?e to cries of the next dcay neighbor, who worned them that thl?y would be burned to doloth, they lil down to the ground. Mrs WVilke tell when bhalf-wayr down, but alighted en the mattre. 'rhe tfn brigade nrn arrived, a...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLD YIELD PERTH, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

WEST AUSTRALIAN COLD YIELD PERTIITH. Wednesday. The gold yield for D)ecember ??n 11.2,120 oz, valued at £476,255. In Novem. her the yield wN?s 117.912 or. and in Do eember, 1912. 115.937 oz. The vield for 1913 was 1.341.041 oz, an increaseo of 313,969 on tho figures of the previous year.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEENSLAND'S OUTPUT. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

QUEENSLAND'S OUTPUT. BRISBANE. Waenr,?av. The gold yield for Doeevmber was B2?8? fine ounces. vaoluedr at r"95,132, n eaom pared with 2.7,034 fine oocue. valuedl at £114851, in Demober, 1912. The op. proximate yield for the yeara ono 263.343 nne ounces, valued at ,,1.118,609. In the previous yrnr tho aplroximae yield e "l? 316,390 fine oncee, valued at £,471,,370.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEWSPAPER STRIKE EXTENDS TO LAUNCESTON. LAUNCESTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

THE NEWSPAPER STRIKE EXTENDS TO LAUNCESTON. LAUNCESTON, Wednesday. The trouble among the printers hbs ex. tended to Launcesnton. The mechanics engaged on the "Enxainer" have come out as a protest against the proprietors of that paper asjsting the "t-ercnry" nnd "Daily Poent" at Hnobart with stereo im preasions of matter in the Launceston papers. There is a probability of the trouble ,preading.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN GASWORKS VISITOR'S IMPRESSIONS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN CASWORKS VISI'POR'S IMPRESSIONS. SYDNEY, WVdneidnay. Lfr F. Templer Dcpree, an official of the Exetor (England) GaDo Comlxtn, who in on a holiday jaunt round the world. arrived from New Zealand today. Mr Dopree has not had munch chlanice of studying gsnwrorks here yet, bht ho is .snti-led that AusTralia is quite upto date. in- was 6orpriSed to learn thaint Melbourne ,woo installing nautomatic ma chincry in the retort delpartuent. Thor applianem would, he said mad. ke o corm pfany fat strikes Iro than a companny which had not' installed them.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL REGULATION IGNORED SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914

MUNICIPAL REGULATION IGNORED SYDNEY. Wednesday.. Thio ?dney City C~ounei's action i disrmiing 1i. me froma the electric light, department has led the Munieipal l] . plo?"es' Uion to eomplain that the rt-ui. tatton tgat the last to be employed thauld be thle first to be diemirrd in a time of slacknek-s, has been disreanlrded by the council.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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