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Municipality of Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

j_Cnxiieipalii7 of Singleton:. ZBKaEBBSepal'Cotmcii of Siagistc:! zzez c~ Wednesday, evemng in tie Cccac:- bera, at the oanal hotr. There were _AldenaenQni-nn, Mcnra, I-cilc- ?'?? sobi Btraettf and Adesis. Magutee prcposic, Kit J-zLcz 'xaak ,BOBXSBOS -seconded :—" Ti.t.l -L?Ce.- maa Quian take the chair." JUiJenaan?ciarErr ==*eS, ? r.n meat:—"That lis.guire luie t-c cher." ' ? ft VT-i ?""' Mi-CtTESE o= vie trttxmd that be was the j-c=seoi, cf lie Sfcfri-nwr* Ttrcgenl. and that k= not ' Tenedioeteioaiioe of duties deTolvingxpon , '? a,chsfrfflsa. _ .] There beisft so escoucct, ? , "?.??? ftirtfT""'" QiriSS ioai. the chsir. rjoa said he would, lafce to be £=ror=cfi what yrere the xeasons. of objection to Hs occupying that nositioa. He k* 3 atwaysesdea-roored -while j icang in thai capacity to dp.so ??with the- j greatest fairness and impartiality iorfards his brother aldexrsec He then add that he thought -the absence of the Kayor at this H"?? was Teiy irregular. He was absent from, th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

Notice to Advertisers- ADVEIITIMJtS see pamenlarly requestwT to send In ttielr favom imt U*ter 'than, Aye n.Tn., on liieH.la%s an<i Knilay* : nllierw'--e wo Oinnot their iitv;rtin,t in the folluwliiet usu?. ?".Sl.-ciu.ievu'N AIIOJ.S"" Onfoi. October 211, 1?74_ Notice to Correspondents. - COKRIKI-ONDKN-rS wilt jitesne observe that letters reeadred after fimre-'ctock in tbeaftemoonalninie. lila&aly prior to- the, days of vubiicalion, can not ' bajnaertad in thu following issue. ?? Kisot.rzTON' Artat's" Oltlce, , October IS. I?7C ? Our Accounts, O" TJtt ACCOVrNT** for tlie jeu-fc qunrter liavin- licen' l?tue.l ie? shutitd feel obliiee.l to .itir coretlturuts for hi early settlement <?f tho saomz. ?*prxoi.srrox Auoutf" onlec, Octobat 21, ista . *

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Select Poetry. MY TWO GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

Select Poetry.' .. Mr TWO GIBX&. 53_ T ?r?U_rUn_tto!)?b?]a. - Tha be*h-?t oa? afBaras; %h* ?a_ai tan _w( k?a..3irwa? .Xb? Attwrahutandjwvvtv . JLad. 1?1* bmr *&* of bum. tta. iaSirjea.&xihfctt.aikiiuuKn*,. Tb?r tgw - ' Tb. tartWe tow. Hm> th?lr U?? f AKrooabacfediaclMit. . " Jl? Ijnwm*? k?t ?miiai—? , T? ?Mik IMr J?nr toe Uβ U?h*l jLaXtrtm harttocKot b?J>j lon jn?1I had tlx* back ak Meet ttuk. . irltoojinc-joegfr Co twiiMnp. tftM to r?* tb?t Bu , toecw ?tm ptmific boUwrt . Ao* vksiDHMati bar fcobbjr-tMin^. Of tmbj; tfaOT .fh? Ijert to bur— Anit lauaUm Uaidet firrot Trt boooor I that toader Inert. Fbr tv?relT ?&e:h*£h b*t" past : In lite'* w?|wtnas? iMttln. 3bt?ni*lfcatisctl o&ocaii Unit, tnmt ipelteeaaftiitlw plnian, ' -m? dnty rnio tlu> wlUtoff siiad. And Ist* tb>)i?wrt'x dominion r

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE READING ROOM AT THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

THE READING BOOM AT THE MECHANICS' TNSTITUTJS. 'To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Sin,- —Will yon permit me the nse of your columns to ask the committee o£ the Mechanic** Institute when the members may reckon upon having the use of the proper reading-room, as shown originally in the architect's plan? f There must be plenty of people -who remember, that one of the belt features in the plane for the ;aew building was that of a commodious, well-lit, well ventilatcd reading-room, where the members could assemble in comfort to enjoy the intellectual pleasures likely then to be pro vided for them ; and it may be safely assumed th3t hardly any one thing con tributed m> much as that to induce tie mem- , bers generally to bestir themselves, and ] assist in every way tney could, to here the < proposed new building an, &ccosxLp?Lshed.fact with, the least potaible delay. However, ' when opened the building was considerably ? in debt, and the members were told they mus...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

"A Gooi, Trnz.'C'i—Tills was the admission drawn from ur.e ot the leading physicians in Sou ? Fronciaeo,, ?Aiien he yaw the effect* of three bottle*of BBISTOI/S sir-'lriniLU on a patient whom he bad vainly been trying to cure for many-weeks. It ?M a case of XoM enipcii"" entirely .cored by the Saroaparllrs,r— M>VT. ? jv VroXDinnn. -CaJliesnt,—nrrriacaperiodot nearly. t-rrtnty-ive Tears, one medicinal sumnians baa ex clusively enjoyed the confidence of the racet experienced ehvUdazia on this side of the Atlantic. To-day. as front the time of its- introdnction, T"DOr,rno WOUsrs AUOIUTIC SCHIEDAM ScnzsAlTS tekca. the. lead of every other tanks and Uiuretio in the estimation. c{ the rrablioaridctscleratiao men. Its.rxrr&y.lte agreeable flavor, ire invigorating: effect; npon tbe digestive onrans it. extraordinary efflcaer In diseases; of the kidneys, the; rapidity wail which it restores the strenntb of tbe de-' ? Mltratrr*, and ice Soothinfv infinence Iv nervaas disease-, bare...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

Correspondence. Contributions must be accompanied rcith. tha real name and address of the Grrrespon dent, not necessarily for publication, but as an. earnest of good faith to the Editor. It is. distinctly to be borne in mind that tea do not by. inserting tetters convey '? any opinion faxorabls to their: Contents. We open our columns to .all iuit7tout leaning to any, and thus supply a channel for the publication, of opinions of all shades. We reserve to our selves the right to eliminate aU objectionable matter;from, letters. .Correspondents are particularly requested to terits only on one side of the paper.. ..

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cession of Fiji. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

Cession of Fiji. Tags: foBowihc is a prc<iantatioit by h3? Excellency Su--Hercules George- Bobert Bobinson,' Knight Commander of tho Hfosfc dtstmerished Order; of Saint Jiicbftcl and. toamt vtcorge, ooreruor,, Comm*ader-in-Chi*fj*ncl Vice-Admiral f of the colony of Heir Sooth: Wafee-and it* Dependencies, ? Goremor--of .-Norfolk Island, Governor of Fiji:— .' >? '?"? " ". '-'- * Whereas "by an histramentoF cession, bearing-date the 10th of-October, ju?., 1870, dttly. executed under, .their 'res pective bands and seals, Thakombau, styled '£vi Yiti and VnuiVatn,-and the other high chiefs of Fiji, for themselves and their respective; tribes, have-volun tarily and unconditionally ceded to her Most- Gracions Majesty-.Victoria, by the grace of God r -of;'ih(s Chited Kiogdom of Great, Britain sud. Ireland. Queen, Defender, of the Faitb, &c., &c, &c, possession of, and fidi sovereignty and dominion orer, the Fijian Group of Is lands, end oTcr the inhabita...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Little Blue Boat. (A Complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

TheLittle Bine Boat. CA Complete Tale.) I was always afraid c£ the" water - — always, from a child. Perhaps it was because my granrlfarher was lot.t at sea, and' the first story I heard ' that ever,- made mc cry was that of his ship jrolng down within eight of land, and of his: body floating; to the shore, with my grandmother's picture still arotmtl his neck.. , ' .. Afraid of the water, I said, but only of going on it. I loved to sit close to tlie margin of the broad river, or ditwn upon the sandy sea-shore, and watch tho waves sparkling -rod gleaming in tho sunlight. I would stay in such a place for hour?, though nothing they could say conld make rue wilting to join any party, of pleasure on; the water, where, it seemed to mc, toy sisters and . ruy tall, broad-shouldered cousins spent tho host part of their time. It was a trial, too, to slay nt home, for I".Twas sociable, and fond of being with -them ; and more than once I sat on the shore, looking nfler tho merry boatful, and alm...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Progress of the League. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

The Progress of the League. Twjc following teiegrams from the Syd ;n*j the feeling .for and *g"a*n^ schools, as manifested ifisome^tQepiovmcjal-tovma-. ? J TFobe.- bna&ted persons rftwrmhlrrtf ba Thnrsdry nigfat fa the BecbaHte B?IL fjtvour of the Public School ' i JEhe tireeavood ni. 1 T. Pqaper .-werte recetrwL witji great The MpyorpweidedL l Great prevailed. II was unani mously resolved to farm. * brenckof th? League. ' 'A meeting- to establish ft branch, of fhc Public School Lesgue was held at the School of Arts at Slumxrcndi, or. Thursdaynight; the place Trascrammed. The deputation consisted of the Her. Dr. Barry and Mr. Bradley ; Ilr. A. Brodie occupied the chair. The meet ing ?sras pacted by Derioiaiiiitior.siictc, ?nho interrupted the deputation. The chairman vneaied the clmir. A resolu tion condenaing- the formation cf z. brsrcli league was moved by I-Ir. George Grchan aud seconded by 3lr. . Joecdl: Abbott, aud put by-the seconder crsiast great confusion/ The jnob r...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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INSTRUMENTS OF CESSION AND ACCEPTANCE. Navosa, Fiji, 10th October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

rxsTnnMxrsTS of cession axd AtxEri- AKCE. Navosa, Fiji, . ? 10th October, 1874. (Signed) D. "Wiixiksos, Chief Interpreter. His Excellency the Governor directs the. publication, for general information, of the following documents :— Copy of resolution, of Thakoxubau, Tui Viti and "Vunivalu, and other high chiefs: of Fiji, in council assembled, handed by them.-to His Excellency Sir Hercules George Robert-Robin-, son, at an,interview held at "Nasovay on Wednesday, .the 30th September, a.t>. 1874. ' : , Unto her Majesty Queen.of Britain— We, King of Fiji, together with other high chiefs of Fiji, hereby give our country, . Fiji, nuresexvcdly io her, Brittannic Majesty Queen of Great Britain and Ireland ; and we trust' and repose fully in. her, that sho will rule Fiji justly and affectionately, that we may continue to lire in peace and pros perity. . ' . ? And we, desiring these con.ferenc6s may terminate -well and satisfactorily,' request her Brittannie Majesty's am bassador unto us, ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Two Boys Buried Alive. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Two Boys Buried Alive. About nine o'clock on Saturday even ing last two boys, named respectively Claude Arthur Kingston Underwood, 1-4 years of age (son. of Richard Under- wood, of Mitchell Road, Alexandria), and John Michael Dooley, 11 years of ago (son of John Dooley dairyman, also of Mitchell Road, Alexandria) were suffocated by a sand-b-mk falling on them. It appears the boys mentioned, with some other youths, wero playing at the game of " hide-and-go-seek" near the toll-gate at Mitchell road. Under wood and Dooley went to hide and selected a sand-cutting near the railway line for their plant. While they were ire the sand-cutting the overhanging sand fell upon them, and smothered them. Notwithstanding diligent search, the bodies of the unfortunate boys were not discovered until abont two' hours after the occurrence. Dr. Hansard was called' in and on examining the bodies pronounced life extinct.— Herald.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kissing a Railway "Fare." [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Kissing' a Railway ' "_fS? e -_ A crjEiocs illustration (says - the .Standard) of the extent to which the directors of a railway niay beheld-re sponsible for.th? miscondnct of their officials has been-lately furaiabedby a Wisconsin court. A few months ago a yonng lady entered a trcket-office of the Chicago and- !tSorth-Western Ra3-v road at IJeedsburg, and purchased "a. ticket for Bamboo. ', .She is & school teacher, and is described as a good looking and interesting young- lady, twenty-one years of age.,, She took her place in the train, but one -by one her fellow passengers in the car got out and she was left alone. At "that moment the conductor. entered, and found her interesting and good-looking to that overwhelming extent which makes a catastrophe inevitable. Although we are told " there was nothing in the lady's manner to induce snch familiarity," the conductor was impelled by fate to kiss hcer. He was arrested 'Bad tried fo assault, being fined twenty-five dollars by ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Don Carlos on Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

D-os Carles on Education. A coREEsroxrjrjTT of tb.e 2*ce? "for* Timet, recently had s.n ir.icrview with Don Carlos, dun'cg which the latter, turning to the subject of modern pro- gress:- arid'civilisation, remarked: —"I wish Spain to march onward ia the paths of progress arid enlightenment, and not to remain behind her sister nations in. science and education, because, without these she would bo oalstripped ia-the race for wealth and rrroeperity. Bat there .is nomntbing radically wrong in. ; modem currents, of thoaghts and inoderu rryatexoa of education- The --world "? rurjfaing into gross which, if not checked, will end in extinction of JaW human race. The fault of attthiais-the modern godless system; of education.— the modern method of iavestigatiort. The so-called savants of to-day—who will be called fools by other savants twenty years hence—wish ns to discard the truth that bore the tett of ages aad to accept their whimsical theories. Spain shall never do this if i can help it. ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Frightful Tragedy at Newcastle-on-Tyne. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Frightful Tragedy at ITew eastle-on-Tyno. A terrible crime was committed here on August 25, by a married woman, named Kebecca Lewis, the wife of a shoe maker named Levi Lewis, carrying en business m the east end of the town. ISolh man and wife, who belong to the 'Hebrew persuasion, were sitting: in tho house, when suddenly, and so far as can be gathered, without the slightest proTo estion, she jumped up, seized her hus band by the-.-heedvr-inuitcbedvap a table knife,, and . Cot his-throat: A. terrible struggle ensued. Xhe_man. got away exhausted and terrified, 'and ran a* fast as his, {ailing- strength allowed, to the Infirmary* -where bis wound was dressed, and he is now, lying with * good chance of recovery.- -Immediately on bis lear ing the house, bis -wife, with the blood stained knife, in her hand, rushed info the home of a neighbour named Raven. Mrs. Raven and her ' two children—the younger, * baby of three, months old were at home, and before them Mrs. Lewis, attempted to ccz...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Model Sermons. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Model SemLors. .The Auckland MereiS'c cr.rrcspor.deat ihv -Ban. Francisco taj-o : — " The ministers of. the various churches here find it '-necessarr to keep' up with the eternal 'go of the Yankee, Trio -wants everything ice-cold, or t'other place hot. 'Thus, their Suaday evening' service is simply * lecture on some popular sub ject. ' Not long- since' am Irishman wa* ?drabhtng the Jesuits (who hare "very 1 co?stderabte influence here)' with m> much- deetne force," that He audience cengu£ the caibiisu?SiEiy mm! cheereiX and cheered "tastify and long. And this-wa* in a. Presbyterian Church. Nearly all the Ojacom?e?jare advertised under some catch heading as thus :—? The Yonng: "Wtnaaa -who got th& Wrong Husband,* -whilst another reads, ' The Soul's Dress.' A third on ' The "Woman of To-morroir,' foHotred by the * Main Qaeatiou.' Upon the same day, or evening rather, sn elo qnent discourse tras delirered upon 'The Young Man vrho diii not Amount to I<lucli.' Yoar ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Released Bushrangers. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

?? The Released Bnshrangers. Thk Fa72 SWall Gazette thus refers, to j the Tecent release- of Onrdiner and Co. j It says:—"A good deal of excitement j has been.caused at Sydney by the action [ of the UoTetiuir in. s>n?.i pnspojc-gi&U ft iiuiulicr of bushrangers ?who had been Wing in prison under beaTy 6entenct!s. In a colony Hfce Xerr South "Wales, Trhere a large proportion ?of the -welM<>-do pepolstiou lire of ne cessity far awiy from 'the -ordinary secu xitiesof dvilizstka, impnnity granted to the eritne of robbery itith violence .acts as absolvent of all law, and an ote all orderly progre?s. X cam&ot -tra-rel on the Qnecn's Aigirnaj , Without the risk of T>eing Id?ied cr plundered, if t?e quiet colonist cfrstnotj ??staiblish Tiimself ont in the bash tnthottt the danger, abiuistthecertaintv, of being, " stock>np r " feir Wen Trill take to the { .TTorfcoef colonizing ->rho are not prepared t .loca?rytheirlir??in.thcirhands 7 andTrho, i byibe...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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MELBOURNE AND GALLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

MSLBOCmtB AXD OAIXE. ' '^/v.'j- aaaivAu. .iwarazKn. ; ?at. Jttli October, 1?J?- ; Eon. itb October. 1574. . list November. „ . . j . _ IstMtrramber, „' w ISth December, m. I „ 3Stb - „ _ Hth Janaary. 117*. I „ 37th December... IXi JVbroery, „ i ?„ IMb. January. IS7*. „ lJth March. . "I _ list February, _ ?" „ "list March.. „

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

Varieties. The Man who waxes strong every day.—The shoemaher. Mr. TJuilp finds that water resembles eauitv when it is hist ice. 'The latest definition of " 3lan. —A telegraminivoroiis smimal. . .????.'A. cynical pjidagogud gives it as his opinion that nowaday ladies seem to treat their iraists as vulgar fractions— to be reduced to the lorrest termn. Geographicus -writes io inform v? tl-.at the river 2fi2e in its infancy Tvsa called the Juve Nile. Tv'e ilen'i believe it. A snowfall in sunshine ie like a maiden shedding in JaugHier. Both are pretty Ecenes, cad not tctj iret. A (Jr.imatic critic S3T3, vriCi much point, "It is sstonis;iinjj -riih yrhct rigour a S'rencknuin. mil keep any commandment not' t£> be found i:i the decalogue." " "SVhen I goes a slioppicg," said an olu Tr-dy, " 1 ailcrs ast for Trhat I 773 nts ; and if tncy have it, and it is suitable, and I.feel inclined io buy it, and it is encap, and can't be got for less, I most afters take it, witloat ciappsring , til ds...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Charles Moore. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

, Mr.,. Charles Moore. . Aafoxit the passengers who returned to the colony by_ tlie last mail wai' the director of the Botanic. It will be in the recollection of our readers Moore went to 'Italy npon special'invitation, to attend tho Inter national Botanical and, Horticultural Congress at Florence, in the middle of May. last. The_ " Exposition" was opened by the, King of Italy, .to whom Mr. Moore was presented by the Mar quis of JRidolphi, at tho Pitti Palace; and a decoratiou would, it is ?under stood, have been conferred on Mr. Moore had he obtained the special permission, of her Majesty, a condition precedent in tho case of British subjects. Arriving in Florence on the niornirijf£_thc_ Exhibition was opened, Mr.'Moore had' the honour of being elected .president of one' of the sections, and during his stay in that city, his time was fully occupied with the businctrs of tlie Congress. The Congress was attended by a greater number of" botanists than had ever be fore met on any previ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874

SBMBAXB ASD TORRES BXBAirs. , :[?' xnntTju- ... .???:. nttrx-TCTC ?a*. TMk Octobar. ln?. I Aiott San.<tliOM. I*7*.. _ Ulh .No-r?nUr, ( _ lrt >or. „ - v _loShJ*ami?. W.*, f „ 37IbPec. „ M I „ *<thJ?n.J?75. _4tiAyn;, „ | _ :l?Mir.,

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