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STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

STO)NYP CREEK~;i~~ Mechanics Hall -till 'furtlier otidtia The first danceis@ fiied for to morrow evening, whien the charge for idmission wile sl Gii d On each following Saturday evening the fee: will' be l.is .-Mr Outhwaite has iiniidlly o-ff?red :hlis pianola to provide the music, when Terpsichoreans willU hlaikve the pleasire-- of dancing.toh thle litlist tunes. It is intended tolihave ani all night ball oin Wed;esd~d yJlu:inffe. 10th, the admission t6 which will be 2 6d. ?r-::-' -:

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Sports At Leongatha South. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

Sports At Leoa natha South..: , -i .W With the object oft- raising a few pounds :for minor improve ments.:to: t;:he Leongathai South Hall, -a sports gatheringfg was?-ar ranged-for Wednesday afternoon last iand waswell altl ndei by the local residents. Althougt Ilate in 1tb yedar? for =trh, holdiifr of spdots the promoters were faiored withfi-ne weather, but recenIrain had :made Ethe- running 1ack rather heavy'. -The .judges were Messrs RO C Edwardlsa and eo. Cross, .whilst the? former Ialso, acted as- honorary secrtaryr and owing,: to ;- the .:efftfsiasm-~ dis, played byi him'. irt th6.diseosal members' : ticklets, .tle jeo sought, assi~iting/ th.e'ld1oa j all, should be a-ttaihied. Mr T Johnson made ihaefficignt s?dter and with the assistance oe an active committee, the sports ,ip ere successfully conducted. -'In the evening as ballwa7s-hei'ldaand·s well attended,: the music :beig in the hands of Mr ani N rs i Cross, jdnior (piano and vii i hilst Mr, G Norton iade a able M.C. -Thee...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

THE TURF. The following look well in for the races at Epsom :to-morrow.::-~ First- Division Handicap Bertha M4aid and Jemlah Second Divil sin? Honorine: and :Queenie Knig ht.: Steeplechase ½7Lucy Barr and Albagoniyah.: iThiird Division U.nion Arms and ,Lan ceretto. Epsom Haiiicap,-- Glenbolt~ and: veerut.: J inimper~i? FlatiLord Grey and :Patriotic.:.

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Parliamentary Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

ParliamentaryiNotes; In the IHouse of R'e'presenta tives last :week -to .-killv. time- Mr :Webster (who once soke fodr-10 hours onh nothirig:'in; parliculari), moved the adjouirnment; of 6'fthe' House. to protest against the Liberal: ,Governmenti, cleansing the.rolls.7 It, is:as well that :he did,:. for- he b'.rought from ::the Prime Mini'ster a stalteenti f Ifact.. :Mr Cook said thiat tihey iwerei beinii g cleainsed: byi the Iofficers of the '"Elector:l Depart hi'ent under :the faulty" Act'of 'the Fisher Government. *"That since last election 54,000 people .have reached the age;'of ,21 rand, have been enrolled. Ii spite of "thi. arge .numbier -added, .there are ioy"w"76000 less n iames on. the oils tobday - than th ere. were. 12 nonths ,ago.. Therefore, said Mr dook, there . iust??have - been i:30,000 - names "orni the rolls on lst May, 1913" (election day) vwiichshould - not have beeii there; -s i.t- any .-wonder that Mr: McGrath.thanked thel:.electors of Broken :Hiull, who 0voted...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

CRICKET. The rivalry between thef Leon gatha ,nd Tarwin Lower Cricke Clubs during the past year -has been very keen, and although the two teams have niet on; six o casions tWhehonors are divided, eachiteam having wonh three ;iatches . Mr W.Grant, of the Leongatha team, is at present visiting Tarwin Lower, and a dis Oussidn between hiiii and 'Mr:E:. J. Thonias; pf- theP Tarwin, club, pdncerning the ,merits ..of_.their ~respective teams resulted in. a single wicket match beingplayed. M.r Thomas had first innings, and by means of dashing cricket made 22 ruihs before being run out.: Mr Grant failed to score, although: he was at the wickets for) some time.. In his second innings the TaCiwin rprepr sentaive on!ly:added one run to his score before again being riiiunut, bit ne'vertheless, he gained the victory, as his op pionent .could only: maonage to score fdur runs before lbeingclean bowled Both men showed very good form, the Leobngatha plajyer giving- a Spl'endid exiitiii:on of stonewal...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

puips and Quiiddite of the I-: an ini thei Stireet. ihe' time of thef Bari ecides.the days of tleh merry-; meh ofSher< good Forest, the days of the stage doach, the .village inn, yes, even 4the days: of the :village blaoksmith, have passed away in front of the march of advancing and uinatural civilidation We talk of 'life," and wonlder how people( lived iinthose days, for getfuLof- th.: ~fact that they had e roinI real 'life "and 'Slived ' better: than.- we- poor .pamperea specimens of liumanity of to-day. Of J the preseht population o:f the civilised world probably not .one-O fifth .iof those who -ha~ve reached salt, r the :rest are: a . world of wasters who become ... members of. Parliament," .6or .fasten them selveson, toJ the body .politic in some othe~fuseless fashibn.-. With an area of 2,974,581 .:acres of land in. the .ommonwealth there is plenty;of scope for the majority of .these wasters :to. work out. their own salvation. Yet:.owing to -a Governmientnt composed:...

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S.G. Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

;S"O.G. S~ hire i C ouncil.· - -, CORRESPONDENCE.-. From C. G ' Kei zie Stody Creek, on- be alf of the committee ~Grassy Soiur State fschol askilg permission. to put iulverb idoss had ·a~ t elt~nce. tdo schdol groiid ?M: ise ask ing.bunhcil to reinmove stadinit .tree o d'eposuthe traiice."'rEMehcaelto atteh?d. Messrs Lehbi: Bros. anid- Fr :Mlib~hael re taveri , for land fo road .purp6ses. Heldfover.1 - 1 Sheedy Bros., Fish Creek);submitt ing terms for land required for dievia tioni purposes at £16. per acre for land for. road puirlioseis aid also for other land severed, council to erebt. wire netting' fence anid bear all expenses, offering to erect fence at £1per cbihin. -Cr. Ieanie to attend. E. Clarke, Fish CGeek; submuittin" ternms for deviation on Falls'fioad, portion of old road ij be traiisfec'red to him, council to fence bbthi ides with wire nettinig to his approval and council to bear all expenses, also offer ing to do fencing for £1 pieirchain. Cr. Keane to attend. - 'Thos....

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

Mall Service. AVAILS RECEIVED AND DISSi -PATCHED FROM ILEONGATHA i .TueClosing Hour. ToMelbourne & :Koromburra 7 a~m & 8.45 p.m. All stations to Port Albert . 10.45 a.w. S-MLeongatha South".-: Mon Wb WreedR & FrI 11.45 a.m. Mirboo North T?. es. Thurs. Sait. 11 a.mi: n.0 Mardan % 0iifu t: Jclesl- .i-;-·-: :-:/ -/::?~~?:: S:.-:-Tues. ThSaurs Sdayt.i 11 a.m. .' :: Har'p~erls:O'.R0):@?f:i-,-? :: . ::RMcKinnon St. R ?O?.?-: Toes., Thur-., Sat., 11 a.m: Wheelan's R.O0 Toes. Thurs. Sat. 11 a.m. Kooroomnan East - Merdan South TeDdds.a Thd.irbs.- Sat 2 p.m. : : : T:es Thurs., Sat. - 11.4Pa.m. :r'- a~n~d.Wilkerville&? : . ',:.--- ?':. Francome' Tur Sa R t.. Toes. Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a~m. Hogan's R.O.- Toes. Thure., Sat. 11.40 a~m Mount Eccies Toes. & Saturday 12.30 p~m. Harper's R.O0 Toes.-& Saturday 12.30 pm. Tarwin to Tarwin Lower, and Gasbin's loose bag Toes, Thurs. Sat. 12 noon Stony -Creek to Dollar, Fidge's R.O0 Scott's R.O. & Mirbo...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

SPORT ANDP2ASTIME.iS;. FOOTBALL. that: h uld prove arinterest-. ing game will take place to-mor row afternoon on. the Leongatha :roufnd, when the locals will meet itor, mblurra; who have no.t yet i~ffere:d defeat this season: Not withstandin'g t:he locals -poor showing against: Outtrim on Saturday last, :thi.ey :are Iconfident of putting up a good figbt.to-mor row, and show that the 'form dis played the previous Saturday was all wrong. In accordance with a . resolution passed iat the As sociation nieeting, the price of adrissi6n will-be Is for gents and 6d' for ladies. ýLeongatba. mem bers' tickets will be recognised at the gate, and can be purchased from 'members. of the committee at: the imodest price of 2s A6d The followving .team- will repre sent Leongathal: -Matthews; R Little l O'Carrbll,' Shallberg,.: El liott, J Ford; Wilson, Drowley (2), J 'Cochran, Robinsn,' Tuck, Wells, Poyser, McGee,'Thbmp sori, Griggs-, -0.' Bright. Emer gencies -- Munn's, .Gunnersen, Beeson.:. ' '

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

Ladiesi ngles: were:played on the E-Leongatha links bon. Wednes day ?aft~-rndooiiand-resulted-1.iia win forMis's 'Hassett-, wh: did it"he 12 .holes tin 61i. The ;.fo1wing are scores: Gr Hop. Net. Miss assett 6.. 1' 20 41 MrsCole .. 7 22 . 45 Misie Spencer . 6 17 46 Miis Lardn~r . :;":686 20 ..46 Mrs Frasier : 68:- 22 46 Miss Campbell . 6.;..11-i7; ~-20 4A Miss Prideaux ...: 78 :,27 :51 Miss A. Morris 79;.. 28 51 Miss Riggall .i.7i: 28 54' Miss Salmon. . 79". 24 55 Mrs Shaw - ...85 ..30- 55 Mrs Foote .. - -.: 84. :28. 56 Miss Shaw . ?--79 . 20:. 59 Miss McPherson -. . 79 20 59 Miss Leask . 86 27 59 Mies.Jackson ... 91 28 63 The President's trophy will be played for next Wednesday after noon. : It will take: the -form of ladies' singles and gentlemen's singles; hahdicap. Players are riequested to make as early a start as possible.

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REPUDIATION OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

1EPUDIATION· OF -CHRIIST.·· S ..BYn PASTOR RUSSELL?I Text: '"f we deny Bun, He also will !deny us." (II. Timothy, ii., 12.). Great riches have come to the world within the past sixty years, especially in 'Europe andAmerica. Instead of he hearts of the prosperous uplifting with gratitude to God, the tendency seems to be away froIm dod, and especially away from His Son, and from all thought of a share in his redemptive work, or. a need for it. Business. activities, success, rprosperity, have dwarfed in many minds the pros lpects of Messiah's kingdom. "The pearl : of great price" has .apparently lost its value in comparison wath the- glittering i prospects of the present life: .? S There was a:time when miserliness and Shoarding, seemed to have: centrol; of all busminess men. -But with the ?rowvth of wealth have come saner: and more reason able views 6f justice: The folly of merely accumxilating money for otherstto squander has impressed men of :wrealth. The rich of Europe and America ...

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KORUMBURRA ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. First Round. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

KOIRUMBURRA ASSOCIA .TION. FIXTURES.. - First ROu'nd. May 23--Leongath-a v Korumr burra, Oiuttiim v. Tyora, Poowong v Loch. - May 30--Loch v. Leongatha, (Korumburra v Outtrim, Pooworing v. Nyora.- June 6-Vacant. Second Round.: June 13-Nyora v. Leongatha, Poowong v. Outtrim; Loch. v. Korumburra. J une o20~Krumburra v.Nyora, Leongatha v. Poowong, Outtrimi' v. Loch. June 27--Poowong v. Korum burra', Loch v. Nyora;:Leongatha v. Outtrimi .. July 4--Korumburra- :v Leon gatha, Nyora v. Outtrim, Locoh v. Poowong. July 11 -Leongatha v ioch, Ohttrim v Korumburra; Nyora v. Poowong. .:-July 18--Vacant. .: SThird Round-Same as first. Dates of matches, Jdly 25, August 2,9, 16, and 23: - :- All matches to be played on the ground of first-namedclubs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

M'Ca rtifl& Coc Sheep and c.attle Salesmen,: Stock,: Station, Land ;&Financisa -~ ~ : Agents.':: CATTLE SALES 1914 Leongatha. Korumb'ra. Thurs Friday. AIpri 21 30:J 24 May 14·.-28k ·r~,-; 8 22 - · June . '25 - 519 J 3uly 9 " 23 ?9' ?? : 3, 1 A ugust '.... 20 . 14 28, ..September ., 3. 17, "... 11 25 Octqber 1. 15 29:- 9 23 November ... 12 26 . 6- 20 i-December . 10 24 .. 4 18 :. .. *Denotes First'Sale; . Agents for Sun; ire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Exeoun tars and Agency Co. .. Head office, Leongatha, Branch office Korumnburira;. •Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatbsa, . OUR NEXT SALE - ON TRURSDPAY, 28TH MAY. 20 2½ and 3yr-old Steers : 20 2½ and Syr-old Heifers 6 Springers _ Grass Seed .. ST.EW SEED just landing from Neir Zealand. Orders taken: for any .:u:qaintities at ?wholesale rates. Terms ;-given:'wit~i lotsover£1O, -Price lists and s:- a pamples tobe s'ee?n at Our'office?.l'-;• o . ?,•. -?" M.cOARTIN:& CO. ! Mathieson &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

FIRE' cRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN 8FsNELL'S13UILDINGS, - Two .Iio"o-r From Old Corner." NEW 'Stock- ;Stationery, .Con :fectionery and School Books to. hand, itogether. with our usual supply of Newspapers and?Maga zines. Tickets:for Eight Hours'and Druids'. Art Unions ". - IDo You, Want Good Value For Your Money.? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS S- Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA;-". F 0R the Following .Lines:-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron 0LI 'Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and srestei. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles _new and second -hand), Cashor.Terms; Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al de?(sriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other'Metals).:done: Sewing. Machines repaired.. Satisfaction guaranteed. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and SEWARAGE CO...

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Closer Settlement Board. VISIT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

Closeir- Setti. ment Board: VISIT OF THE OYL : COMMISSIO : Membersof the ERyal Corm missioi of the Closer Settlement Board arrived at .::eonigatha by evening train o i'Weduesday, and were driven out to Allambee yes terday to take evidence-from the settlers regarding the -Allambee estate.: Th6e .-Board consisted -of Mr Johnstone, M.LA (ciairman), Rons F. Clarke and :.,R:B.R Rees, i's.L.CO. lessrs "Plain' and J. Chatham, 'M's.LA; *^and :;Mr Peyorill, secretary. Ten. settlers attended at the'house of -Mr: W. G.. ,Brown, where evideqnce :was takenion.oatlhfrom Messrs ;Smith, Beiison, G-raham, GaridinTer set tiers under :the Closer Settlers' :Board, and'-Mr: V:'B Hoganl, president 'of the WestV Tarwin; Pr6grees .Association? .'It' was shown that the estate1: was too highly valued and that owinig -to the ?laiid being: overgrown ;witii ferns: and over-uri with' ,rabbits there was no likelihood offniakinig a liviig. If these two pests could be overcome more favorable con ditions: would .pre...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

The Woorayl Shire Council: has received the third roller under the CountryRoads Board, ana is a fair specimen, capable of being'loaded up to' five tons.:e The .old origiial council roller has also been rie modelled, having. had a- middle segment inserted-and made revers ible. With these heavy rollers the roads in the district should- be rendered fit for traffiF soon after. completion, and require consider ably less maintenance than hereto fore>' . At last meeting of the Korum burra Agricultural Society. the following resolutions were agreed upon to forward to tlie Chamber of. Agriculture for discussion at the Farmys' Convention, to be held at Maryborough during the first week in July:---" That, in view_ of the fact that the charge per: cow for dairy supervision underGovernment administratibn is' so much. greater than in the Western anid. other .districts under municipal :administration, thTis~:ioovetition conlside rs thatth'e charge made by the Department should : be re-duced to ...

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A COMEDY O FERRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

A COMEDY 0 FERRORS. A remarkable story comes from Soy. mour Gardens, Ilford.. A gentleman and his wife occupying a villa decided to leave home for -two or three days. and asked a neighbour to "keep ar eye" on the place. .The vigilani neighbour, aoting upon his instruc .i.tions the same'.night .obse?ie?a lighi -.in- a bedroom of:'tho presumably uinoc; cupied liouse, and saw the light 'extin guished. Accompanied by a police man, the neighbbur made a forcible entrance thrbugh the scullery window. : and quietly the two men mniade theil way to the bedroom. The light ol the oonstable's bull's-eye disclosed the head of a man. in bed, and-the con. stable.-. promptly drew .his truncheon. As promptly ihe occupaht of ,hthe bed S sprang out and a desperate struggle . -began. Simultaneously a lady' dashed .across the room shrieking, threw open the window ';lamibered out 'and in hel night attir"e beghh at donsiderable 'peril to work her way around the bay. '.A _second oonstable, passing at the mo...

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THE HOLSTEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

S -~ Eh iOLS-TEIN. There are several distinct groups of Dutch cattle-namely, the Friesian, the Black and IVhite Holland, the Black TVhite-heisd Groningen, and the Red .white Meuse-Rhine-Yssel groups. In some of the best herds the average an nual yield is stated to be 860 gallons and over, including heifers with first calves. Older oows are said to give 1300 gallons, and the fat percentage is estimated at from 3 to 5 per cent. Among the dairying herds of America the Holstein ranks onlysecond to the Jersey. It is the largest of the dairy breeds, and the colour markings are? yariegathd blaok and white, there being a preference, as a rule, for animals on which the two colours are about evenly d~ided. These colours are never blended, .but always sharply defined. The cows are lively5 and have plenty of nervous energy, which is so essential a characteristio in any dairy breed; but unlike the highly-developed Jersey, they are at the same time very tract able, and sudden disturbances or un u...

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MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

MEENIYAN The annuaiil meeting ,of~the Progress Association was hlde on Satiiurday ve ningi Twhen thl e secretryM i Ahms, ave re 'sumeit of the-o. ri done during the past-yeair arid the, progress the district:: has; : made ' There wa?as: ene~i ?al discussion re--lighting. Thiree :or foiur' lamps:are wanti'ed in -the town:bgdly, arid' it" was agreed that a depiutation wait on the :councili to place the- matter before thein. The foilo'wing office bearers were .elected. for tht en. suing : term:--iPresident, Mr W. WJ. Farrell; vice-presidents, Messrs W:: Ri Dyke and G. Grieve; hon secretary, ;Mr .V .A. L: Adams; hion.-treasurer, Mr- O. McLean. At a meeting of the: hall: com mittee,: held bon Saturday evening, Mr Scullion's.tender. :for painting the outhouses and; sign .writing was accepted; also the tender of Mr J .Dunn -for repairing fence. The presiden (-.(Mr G W. HW- ow) was ini the chair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

J. H. COLVIN & Co., Leongatha. Drapers, Boot and Shoe MVerchants. J. H. COLVIN & Co., Leongatha. Just? ?Arrived : Our WINTER Shipment of Hugh Thomson's Solid Kip Watertight Boots ; Half-Watertight Balmoral Boots. JirHugh :::Thominson's Women's- Cromvena Balmoral Boots, Men's Cromnvena Lace= up Boots, Children's Cromvena Bals. and Wallaby Button Boots.: AT KEEN PRICES FOR CASH. :.¢:¢J','?;;?:2??-?"~~~~~~~. i" ";"" ""'"?' -'"i~ ::. "-':.. ".-,--?' -. = .:P -:., .. .? . :..·. "I ·I'-- · , - .-," -·.w, ::::::.?:`c..{::s.::::??!??? `P::f:??::??.:?P:.;?: ;? :??: . :.i! C?::? . :,. .: 4 . . : ;. :: . :. ? -,:;-:i-:_f : :!:. ·::,:, : ---::;;:--i :," :-: : :.: "':.?f :? : ? ?:.??::::.y .¢;;??`1.:?$ :.?!K!i? ? ?!ii.,::-?:? ?:-?:-'??i:-'.? :'i?:? Z: ::"¢.-.: ::..: :.: > ?::`???:!: `Z:: :4!Z??!: b??~:`.:? :?f? MARDAN HALL. Sale of Goodds Remaining over frod recent Bazaar -:We nesday; June: 10th. S pOp'eniing at 2;30 p.m.:: ONCERT IN :.EVENING-: by -Koorooman East Hall. ,.;'.-...

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