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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. S VITRDAY JUNE £0, 1574. CITY AND SUBURBS G. W. Morgan baa money to loan. The Mohongo tails for San Diego to day. The excursion train runs to Spadra to-morrow, Tbe San Luis, carrying combusti bles, arrived yesterday morning. The people of Los Nietos are circu lating a petition for Local Option. Mr. I). Desmond, the hatter, left by the Telegraph Stage line for San Fra ucisco y este rd ay. Passengers for San Bdcgo per Mo hongo Will leave the railroad depot here at 10 o'clock this morning. Splendid five-acre lots for $660. Lo cated one mile this side; of the race track. Apply to Kimball & Ban croft. ■ The pupils of the High School can procure their examination papers by calling at Mr. Brodrick's book store to-day. It is reported that the Directors of the Co-operative Warehouse Company, at Wilmington, contemplate giving a barbecue before long. Tbe steamship companies have both advanced their rates to San Francisco, making cabin passage twelve dollars ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 20 June 1874

£0$ §mpUs gfcwtdL CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY JUNE 20, 1874 POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Ea tera,San Francisco and Northern— Tele graph Stuge Line—Arrive at 2:40 P. M.; close at 10:30 M. Letters Intended for registry must be presented before 10 A. M. Co ist Line—stations between San Francisco and la>b Angeles, via Sunta Barbara—Ar rive at 10:30 P. M.; closes at 9:00 P. M. S in Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Caplstrano, etc.—Arrives at !2 M., closes at 3:;lo P. M. B>utheru Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way stations —Tri-Weekly Ser vice— Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri lav at 12 M.; leaves Monday, \\ cdnesduy ..nd Saturday; Mail closes nt 3:30 P. M. Northern Arizona—Presoott, Wickonberg and Way Stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at lie.4U A. M ; leaves Tues day and Friday; mail closes at 2 30 P. M. San Bernardino and Way Stations—San Ga briel. El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 10:40 P. M.; closes at 2:30 P. M. Wilmington and Way S...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 June 1874

VOLUME 11. rff<! gwali. 1* Published ev«iy morningexcept Monday »y THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND I'UBLIaIIING 00. DANA C. PEARSON, BUSINESS MANAGER. OEFICE-lleralil Steam liook and Job Printing House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express $10 Six months " " 0 Three months " " \ 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, '£> cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. WILL YOU COME TO THE WEST? BY O 1.1 V Kit l.lltltv. i'i'ho following poem has been published before, but there is so much or everything that makes up California in it, und It Is so much in keeping with the mission of the Herald that we not only feel Justified, but take a pride in reproducing il. It speaks the real life-like sentiment of the East, as well as that of our sunny land.] Will you come to the West ? Will you come to the West? Away where the mn sets—the land of the blessed— Where the t-ofl, smiling valleys and moun tains appear; 'Tis the land where sweet ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY JUNE 21, 1874. The College Proposition. We are glad to note the interest that is being awakened in the college en terprise. No one who gives a few moments of careful attention to the proposition of establishing a college in our midst can, we think, fail to see the advantages to our city and county in saving the $30,000 we are already sending out of our midst every year to educate our children abroad; in losing to us thousands of dollars to bo spent in our midst for culture and scholar ship; ln adding to our society scores of families of wealth, enterprise and social position, who shall help build up our public schools, our churches, banks, stores, mills and machine-shops —every enterprise of our city and commonwealth; that shall help us de velop the unbounded resources of our county and bring to light her stores of wealth that now lie hid and useless; who shall line our streets with resi dences, and dot our rich valleys with thriving homes, and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY JUNE 21, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS G. W. Morgan has money to loan. : The Kalorama will sail for San Diego to-day. The courts were all barren of items yesterday. New corn is in the market, al forty cents per dozen. The Senator will be at Wilmington next Thursday, and sail for San Fran cisco Friday. The Mohongo will sail for San Fran cisco to-morrow. The steamer train leaves the depot at 4 P, m. Dr. Lucky left for San Diego yester day, to take charge of a teacher's con vention. Hewillbe absetft foraweck or two. The brig Hesperian,Capt.Wilkinson, from Humboldt, arrived yesterday morning with lumber to' Griffith, Lynch & Co. Rev. A. F. White will preach and administer the holy communion to the Presbyterian Church at 11 a. m. to-day at Good Templar's Hall. Bible class at 4 p. m. Wells, Fargo's Express Office glories in the possession of a bran now count* r. The attaches of that office will have more of their remarkable accommoda tion than ever now....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 21 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY JUNE 21, 1874 POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Ea-teri., San Francisco nnd Northern—Tele graph Stage Line—Arrive ut 2:10 P. M.; close at 10:30 M. Letters Intended for registry must be presented before 10 a. M. C> oil Line—Stations between .San Francisco und Los Angeles, via Santu llarbura—Ar rive at 10:30 P. M.J closes at9:oo P. M. Sin Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Caplstrano, etc.—Arrives at 12 M., closes at 3:30 P. M. Smtheru Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Wav stations—Tri-Wcekly (Ser vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Eri lav at 12 M.i leaves Monday, Wednesday ,nd Saturday; Mail closes at 3:30 P. M. N irthern Arizona— Prescott, Wlckenberg and Way stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues du'v and Friday; mail closes at 2 30 P. M. B-UVBernardino aud Way Stations-San Ga briel, Xl Monte, lliverside, etc.; arrives at I0:t0 P. M.; closes at 2:30 P. M. W Imington and Way stations—Arrives at 9:10 A. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 June 1874

VOLUME 11. Is Published e\e,j moralag exsept .Mosday by nrr: i.os angei.es city and COUNTY. PRINTING AND PUBLISHING UO. DANA C. PEARSON, BUSINESS MANAGER. OFFICE—Herald Steam llistk anil Job Printing ifouxp. Bpr-iog street, opposite the Cunrt uouee, TERMS: Perauaurm, by mail or express $i<> six months '• •• 0 Three months" " ,<„„• 3 Delivered by carriers, per week 35 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. The Duke's Little Tartar. It appears that tho Queen, in going out driving, the first time that the Duchess of Edinburgh accompanied her, as usual, placctl the Princess of Wale* beside her on the back scat, so that the Duchess and her spouse were forced to sit opposite, with their backs to the horses, which was all very well for the Duke, he being a man and in bis mother's carriage; but the proud and petted daughter of the Czar of Russia had no intention of being made to yield the first place to any one. On her return from the drive, therefore, she informed Queen V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 June 1874

#0$ §,ttg*ifj %\mhl C.TV AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY JUNE 23, 1874. The Struggle and the Effect. In both San Francisco and Sacra mento the opposing hosts—the advo cates and opponent* of liquor license — are marshaling their hosts for a trial of strength in a conteston which much depends, and the result of which makes and breaks thousands. Prom a moral standpoint the strongest argu ments are made against the use of in toxicating beverages. Such argu ments have alw»ys been made, and will continue to be made so long as men get drunk. Tho lifelong toper never attempts to argue in favor of the morul effect of intoxication. The whisky manufacturer and the whisky seller never assume that the world is made better or wiser through drink. All concede tlie moral effect of tem perance, and nothing need be urged in that direction. From a commercial standpoint the question is more debat able, aud it is from this standpoint the advocates of license obtain their strongest, in fact, their onl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY JUNE 23, 1574. LOCAL BREVITIES. G. \V. Morgan has money to loan. ' Mr. Madigan will finlsh taking the scliool census by Thursday of thi week. The Kalorama sails for San Fran cisco to-day. Passengers will take the 4 r. M. train. The following telegrams may be found at the Telegraph wflice: G. 1). Bailey, Mrs. M. F. Frost and Theodore Springer. The Order of Callthutnplana at Ven tura goes by the euphnniUß title of " the Nemeokauiibuduskierihiskihiro deye rangers. Mr. J. L. Ward returned to the city yesterday by the Telegraph stage line. He was accompanied by his brother, Mr. VV. S. Ward. The amount of freight shipped to local stations last week was 13,470 feet Of lumber, and 232,742 pounds of as sorted merchandise in 2,741 packages. About one hundred people part ici pated in the excursion to Spadra Sun day. The party was well received by Uncle Billy Eubottom, and altogether passed a very pleasant day. The case of the people vs. David Devy and Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 June 1874

£09 §,ngck<. gwrxti CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY JUNE 23, 1874 POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eanern, San Francisco and Northern—Tele graph stage Line—Arrive at 2:40 P. M.; close at 10:30 M. Letters inttuded for registry must be presented before 10 A. M. Co is Line—Stations between San Francisco and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar rive at 10:30 P. M.; closes at»:00 P. M. San Diego Line—Sun Dtego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Capistrnno, etc.—Arrives at 12 M., Closes at 3:30 P. M. Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Htations-Trt-Weekly ter vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Frl lay at 12 M.; loaves Monday, Wednesday .nd Saturday; Mail closes at 3:30 P. M. N irthern Arizona—Prcscott, Wiekenberg and Way Stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues day and Friday; mail closes at 2 30 P. M. S m 'Bernardino and Way Stations—San Ga briel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at 10:40 P. M. J closes at 2:30 P. M. W Imington and Way Stations—Arri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 June 1874

VOLUME 11. isriaAlUMed cv.i» MOraiagexsest Monday ay THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING «<>. DANA O. "PBSAXUIOKs PI si N Ess M A NAG ER. OFTICE—Herald steam n»ok ami Job Printing House. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: I'erassurs, by ssall or express Jin Six mont hi " " ti Three months " " ~,.„• ...„.„,„ 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, .. ...26 cents Advertisement! inserted at liberal rates. THERE WAS A ROSE. '•There was a rose," she said • "Like other roses, perhaps, to you; Nine years ago it win faint and red, Away in (lie Oold d irk dew, On tbe uwart-bush where it crew. "Never any rose before Was like that rose, very well I know; Never another rose any more Will blow as that ruse did blow, When the wet wind shook it so. "'What do I want ?-Ah, what ? Why, I want that rose, that Wee one rose, Only that rose. And that rose Is not Anywherejust now.' God know« Wl c c all the old sweetness goes. "1 want that rose so much; I would take the wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 June 1874

£00 3Uip,clcs totxM, CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY JUNE 21, 1574. Mineral Wealth of Southern Cali fornia. The ore taken from tho quicksilver mines near Santa Barbara yields twenty per cent, of pure quicksilver. The indications are that these mines will equal In richness and extent the famous New Almaden mine in Santa Clara county. The mountains be tween this city and Santa Barbara are rich in mineral. The discoveries al ready made are but the first of many that will follow. Other than quick silver mines will no doubt be discov ered. There are ledges of gold and silver-bearing rock in those moun tains, and they will soon he found and Worked. The hills east of Los An geles are full of precious metal. Gold is found in small quantities in all the gulches and flats, anil experienced miners are confident good diggings will yet be found in the locality. Up on the San Gabriel river there are hundreds of acres of ground where gold is found in considerable quanti ties. A great dea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 June 1874

''£oC' Guilder. Hrr»tUl CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY H'NF. 24, 1874. LOCAL BREVITIES. This is St. John's Day. (J. W. Morgan has money to loan. 1 Partnership blank* arc for sale at the Hi:uald office. The Senator will sail from San Francisco Friday, June 2Gth. The ease of Constable Bryant comes lip on Friday next in the Comity Court. The stock of the Co-operative- Nur sery and Fruit Company is nearly all taken. Over $500 has been collected by the Canvassing Committee for the Fourth of July celebration. The Thirty-eight's propose to air their new uniforms in a torch-light procession next Saturday evening. The Guards keep up t heir t ri-weekly drills with an occasional street parade at night in preparation for the Fourth. Our pioneer merchant, L. Morris, who left hen; some six weeks since, will nrrive in Berlin, Germany, to morrow. The French Benevolent Society will give iv picnic in the Arroyo Seco next Sunday. A very pleasant time is in anticipation. An order for several...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 24 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY UrHUAL fArtn. WEDNLSI)AY JUNE 24, 1874 POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Francisco and Northern—Tele graph Stage Line—Arrive ut 2:40 P. M.: close at 10:30 M. Letters intended lor registry must be presented before 10 A. M. Co is Line—stations between San Frunclsco und Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara-Ar rive at 10::i0 P M.; closes at»:00 P. M. San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Capistruno, etc.—Arrives at 12 M., Closes at 3:3U P. M. Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations—Tri-Weekjy ser vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Frl tayat 12 M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday .nd Saturday; Mail closes at 8:30 P. M. N iriliern Arizona—Prescott, Wiekenberg and Wav stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday ut 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues day and Friday; mail closes at 2 30 I*. M. Sm Bernardino and Way Stations—San Ga brlcl, F.l Monte,- Uiverslde, etc.; arrives at 10:4(1 P. H.j closes at 2:30 P. M. W.ltnington and Way Stations—Arrives at IftlQ A. M.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 June 1874

VOLUME 11. Is Published oveiy laorsta-except Monday THE Eos ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PfBLISHINQ 00. DANA tJ. PEARSON, BUSINESS MANAGER. OFFICE—Herald Steam Hook nnd Job Printing House. Spring street, opposite the Court House, TERMS; Per annum, hy rsail or express |18 Six months " " " H Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, '2h cents Advertisements instated at liberal rates. AT THE LAST. The stream is calmest when it near* the tide, The flowers are sweetest at the eventide, Tlie birds more musical at the close of day, And saints divines! when they pass away. Morning Is lovely, but a holier charm Lies roliiod close In Keening'-*robe of halm; And weary man must ever love her best, For mornfwj* calls to toil, but .Night to rest. Bhe comin (roni Heaven, and on hot wings doth bear A holy fragrance, like tlie breath of prayer; Footsteps of angels follow in her trace, To shut the weary eyes of Kay in peace. All things are hushed before her as sb throws O'er earth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 June 1874

CiTY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY JUNE 25, 1874. Commerce of the Pacific. A San Francisco paper regards it as a matter of regret that our chief city does not receive a larger share of the, commerce of the Pacific Coast. It is a matter of regret, and to one not fa miliar with tlie facts it seems but rea sonable that all the trade should cen ter in San Francisco. To the old Cali fornian, who is "to the manner born," and knows how the San Francisco cat always jumps, the wonder is that she retains as much of our commerce as .she does. Nearly all the money of California, Oregon and Nevada goes to San Francisco, and it stays there. Money is now a drug in the San Fran cisco market. It may be had in large sums OD call, secured by city property, at rive per cent, per annum; yet let the projector* of some legitimate outside enterprise go into San Francisco and try to raise money to carry on their work, and see what success they will have. Not a dollar. Bank after bank will bow them to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. THURSDAY JUNE 25, 1874. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Council meets to-day. G. W. Morgan has money to loan. * The Senator will sail for San Fran cisco Friday, June 2Gth. The Senator will sail for San Fran cisco on Friday, 23d inst. Passengers will take the train at 10 A. sr. Tbe Senator and the California ar rived at Sati Pedro yesterday. Their freight lists will be found elsewhere. The Orizaba is expected to arrive tliis morning, bringing 130 tons of freight ami 100 passengers. Passen gers for San Diego this steamer will leave l y the It) o'clock train this morning. A new stage route has been opened from Spaura to San Bernardino by H. W. Bobbins, it goes by way of the Chino Ranch, the Rincon, and the Santa Ana river, via Riverside, to San Bernardino. The pupils of Lawlor Institute will undergo a rigid and most searching school examination during to-day and to-morrow. Friends of the pupils and nil who are interested in education are most cordially invited to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 June 1874

•Xos JmnrlM jficraltl. C.TV AND COUmr UH-ltllAL 1-ArtK. THUiISDAY .TUNE 25, 1874 POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, Snn Francisco and Northern—Tele graph stage Line—Arrive ut 2:40 P. M.; close at 10:30 M. Letters Intended for registry must be presented before 10 A. M. Cots Line—stations lietween San Francisco and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar rive at ll):.iU X M.; closes at 9:00 P. M. San Diego Line—San Biego, Anaheim, Gal la tin, Capistrano, etc.—Arrives at 12 M., closes at 3:80 I*. M. Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations—Tri-Weekly .ser vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri lay at 12 M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday .nd Saturduy; Mail closes at 3:30 P. M. N irtliei n Arizona—Prescott, Wickenberg and Way Stiitions—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon day and Thursday at 10:40 A. M; leaves Tues day and Friday; mail closes at 2 30 I. M. 8;m Bernardino and Way Stations—San Ga briel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrive* at Id:4ii P. M.; closes at 2:30 P. M. Wellington aud Way S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 June 1874

VOLUME 11. PttblUked »f»tj Morals* ex«ept Mostluy by TH X LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PVULIKHINO 00. I>A.IVA. O. PEARSON, BUSINESS MANAGER. OFFICE—-Herald Stenm Book nnd Job ■>riiitin* House, Spriu„- street,opposite the Court House, TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express $10 Six months '• " 6 Three months " '• • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rates. LETTER FROM GALLATIN. The Crop,—A Flattering Estimate -A Good Section to Live In. Editor Herald: —Thinking that tho many readers of your valuable paper would he interested in reading something of the agricultural interests and the doings of the people of this locality, we have presumed to intrude a few items into your columns. Farm ing is the principal business of this valley—the raising of corn, barley and rye. The corn crop of this valley, from present indications, will this year be one-third larger than any pre vious year. We estimate the acreage of this valley planted i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 June 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY JUNE 20, 1874. Indian Management. u Lo, the poor Indian" or rather the privilege of looking after his interests and the right to swindle him out of his supplies, is giving the Government no small amount of trouble, besides causing a good deal of ill feeling among those good people who are struggling for big Indian offices and Indian supply contracts. The truth is the Indians of tlie United States are a much wronged people. Of all the robberies practiced by Fed eral officials, those worked on the In dians are beyond doubt the most bare faced and the most cruel. The Gov ernment has under its protection hun dreds of tribes whose lands and homes have been taken from them, and they moved upon Reservations. They are, under the contract, to receive certain amounts of clothing ami provisions annually; but whi'e the Government actually pays for these things, the In dians never receive them. The peo ple pay for the beet quality of Indian supplies aud the...

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