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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and other commumcations intended for insertion in the noews columns should hbe ad. d"ressed to THE EDnTon. All business conmmuications, including advertise. meOnte oders for thoe 1 apr, and remittances, should beoaddressed to tho h iesEss atnAGERn , and not to ThE EDITOR. MONDAY, JANUARY 11.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

A scientific Iceturer on walking says his eui'erimeout show that one side of the body always tends to oiitwanlk the other side. When the eyes uoo shut it is not possible to walk in a straight line for atny length of tinlo; and it will be found, where rprsons los.e their way, that they in varinbly wander off to the right rathor than to the loft. £6CO.--Fipt Amanlo Sale of Gold nolld Silver Jocollern, Walcles, Cloclto, ?c. Ms. good vailue for L1, all lew Christmas desigls. EIverybodty aos afford to give o presctit iby patseitlitie' of the on. trolrising ii of J. lorehlte itlll d , waitch n,0 ert, jeweliers, aid leeiotlloluht "0, Ga?rgo street, coruer Canltpell-strcet,-(AeoT " "Stinding Water Jim" is tho pot nimo of n Nebraska politician. Ack for Dyaeon Dro.'s PaI'ohJam,-fABvT.1 Jowellery. WALTHAM .WATCH AGENCY, SIt is admitted by the ofileial authorities of New Booth Wales that the Parcels Post Systemr, every day forcing itself on the policy of the Govornmenout, has receivedthe amples...

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SPORTING TOPICS. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

SPORTING TOPICS. NOTICE. "naqATiCS, ATHLETICS, AND GENERAL SPORTSo ceeretaries will oblige by souding programmes and particulars as early as possiblo. rcYeLilos.-Early information of runs, matlches, or meetings woill be highly appreniated. COnenT..-Secretaries of Clubs will groetly oblige by forwarding iuforlmation of plenaing matches, shao particulars of anly elub maltehes as soon after eonclsio of ay as onernioent. While Malone was in Victoria this last time, he competed in five handicaps, and a match of £.100. He won two of the handicaps and divided second money in the third, while lie won the match. The National Regatta committee upnblished the programme for the 26th on Saturday last for the first time. Why it has been kept back we do not know; in fact, we thought the com mittee were going to be economical and not advertise at all. There is not a word about the time when entries close, althouglh it was decided a fortnight ago that entries close on the coming Friday., To-day the ...

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A GRATEFUL JEW. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

A GRATEFUL JEW. An English nobleman, travelling from London to one of his estates, was stopped in a wood by six robbers. Two of them seized the coachman, two the footman. while the remaining two, placing them selves on each side of the carriage, pre sented pistols at his head. ' Your pocket-book, my lord," said one of the thieves. His lordship drew forth from his pocket a well-filled purse, and handed it to the thief, who felt its weight, but did not ap pear satisfied." "Your pocket-book, my lord," said he, again presenting the pistol. His lordship quietly handodout his pocket book, which the robber opened, took out some papers, and then returned. "A good journey to you, my lord," said he, and withdrew immediately with his companions. On reaching home the nobleman looked inside his book to see what had been taken, hnd found that he had been robbed of £2,500, and that there were left ih it £500. Some years after he received the following letter; "My Lord,-I am a poor Jew. The prince ...

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THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

THE DAY'S DOINGS. A third edition of the Globe will be pub lished shortly after 4 o'clock, containing the latest local news and telegrams from all parts of the world. The third edition matter will be placed on our eighth page. Years ago, the pretty beach of Rose Bay was the favourite riding ground of the ladies and gentlemen of Sydney, and was very largely patronised by the residents of the eastern suburbs. For some reason or other, however, Mr. Cooper, the owner of the beach, ordered a fence to be erected along the greater portion of it. As, at low tide, there is only a space of about l50ft. between the South Head-road and low-water mark, this fence comple.tely destroyed the ground for the purposes to which it had been put, and thus the citi zens of Sydney were deprived of a healthy and exhilarating pastime. This action of Mr. Cooper's was resented fot a. time by the people of Sydney, but nothing came of the feeling. Now, however, when Mr. Cooper is selling his Point Piper, Rose BD...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SONG OF AN OLD BALL DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

SONG OF AN OLD BALL DRESS. It hung in a cupboard, shabby and worn, In a limp, sad sort of way, A jdgged rent in its skirt was torn, And it bore the marks of the fray. It drooped from its peg with a listless air, It had soon its brightest day. And as it hung there it softly sighed For the happy days of yore, The days when it neither was torn or dyed, But stylish and new, with a rustling glide Swept over a polished floor. " I remember," it whispered, " how happy she seemed, When she donned mo for Lady Tibbs' ball, And Cousin Tom whispered, as o'er her he leaned, .' MTy darlinglooks best of them all.' Cousin Tom was ' thrown over' that evening, My wearer was heartless as clay, But he loved her; and so-well, he left her, And his regiment went off the nort day. "Her next was a Captain of Lancers, A heavy, conceited young swell, BSut.she smiled anrd encouraged his glanees, And the soft silly things he wduld tell ; And 1 know she would gladly have had him, And had made her mind what to say...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ONLY A CRIPPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

ONLY A CRIPPLE. Two or three years ago a half-drunken young fellow, driving, furiously'along a crowded. street, ran over a little child and hurt his spine. The boy'was the son of a poor cobbler. His bed was a straw pallet on a garret floor.. When the injury was pronounced incurable, he was moved from the hospital to his bed. There was nothing for him to look forward to but years of misery in the filth and half-darkness of the garret. His mother was dead. His father in the shop below could barely keep them from starving; The young fellow who, hurt him was sorry, butwhat couldhe do ' He was a fast clerk .on a small salary. Now and then a kindly Irish woman; on. the. lower floor, as wretched . as themselves, would ' run up to hearten the creature up. a bit, but that was all. The only view. from a square window was a .corner of the ext'rdoof, and the event of the day for the miserable cripple was to see the cats climb along it, or fight each other. Foul smells and foul language came up....

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THE MAGNETIC UMBRELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

THE MAGNETIC UMBRELLA. With reference to the umbrella of a passengerwhich recently affected the com pass of the steamer. Princess Beatrico, when crossing between Belfast and Stran raor, the captain of the vessel has just received a letter from Mr. iBottomleoy, assistant at Glasgow University, to Sir William Thomson, stating that Sir William has examined the umbrella and found it powerfully magnetised. Sir William Thompson thinks it probable that the steel ribs of the umbrella have been magnetised through being brought near to a powerful dynamo when at work. The umbrella was so powerfully magnetised that it would produce a very considerable effect on the compass if brought near it. Sir William desires to- add that, in these days, when electrio lightning is becoming so common, and when anyone without knowing it may get the steel ribs of his umbrella mag netised by going near to dynamo inachines, he thinks it of great importance that steps should be taken to prevent passengers on vesse...

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AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

AGENT"'i'S "SUNDAY TIMES." THE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: Mr. John Varney, Bay-street, Globe Mir. Chapman, Bridge House, Forest Lodge Mr. G. Cassolla, Elizaboth.street, Bolmoro Park Mr. John Fisher, Elizabeth-street, past Bathrst. stro ot Mr. B. Kahn, 37 George-street West Mirs. Moore, 21 GlebeoPoilt Road MIr. Frost, 84 George-street, CaMIpordowna Mr. G. Gough, Tobacconist, Glebe-road Mr. Wellman, George-street West, opposite Bail. way Station Sir. C. Brown, 13 George-street West Mr. G. Hilliard, 193 King-street, Noewtown Ir. J. C. Voumnesh, 281 King-street, Newtown Mr. J. T. Jones, Tobacconist, Manly Mr. MI. Gamnon, 217 Oxford-street, opposite gao! MIr. John L. Berghoofer. 849, Pitt-street MIr. Goode. Cauterbury-road, Petorslhaan Mrs SMitchell, Nelson-street, Petershlua Mr. How, Parnmatta-road Mir. Plynn, .19 Oxford-street, opposite gaol Mr. G. Everrdn, 112 Oxford-street LMrs. Manning, 8 Oxford-strcot Mr. S. Scandritt, Chuorchstreet, Parramatta Mr. M....

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TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

TELEGRAPHII C SHIPl ING. JANUARYT 11, Al:cr.aca,, January 10.--The R.K.S, Mariposa left for Sydaney at 3.315 .nm. Ao lana:ae.-Arrivrcd: January 10, Frida Tara boclla, barquo, from Soundvatl; R.MO.S. Potosi, from ?Lolbornoe. Deolarures: Jamnuary 0, Ado hlido (s.), for lelbourne; Pertlh (s.), for Mol. bourne, via outports. , Bnosn?c:.-Arrlved: Jauoary 10, Dingado( (s.), frolnIt'ooEast. Departures: January 9, Ly-ee Moon, for Sydney; lirksglte, for Nowcastlo. Jsalar~ry 10 ; Annie Brown, schooner, for Townas ville; Frieda Gramp, barque, for Newoasstle. Elaclnot Rnos.--Arrived : January 11, Grace Dent, Ol., offlt bar; City of Melboarne (s.), passed north 0.15 a.m. Twama HEAus.-January 11, Tweed onu bar since 1 p.m. yesterday, sow in bay. Pont acf eQ.-Juaa.--Jaury 10, Iurray (as.), passed north 7.15 l.m. Soa, IRocs.--Jnuary 11, BlrksgatI (s.), passed Seuth 7.30 a.m. Ponr Sr~smAnns.-January 11, a steamer passed uorth 0.10 a.m. ; Birkogato (a.), for Newcastlo. 10.15nam. PELICAN FT.--Dcpartua...

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CLEARANCES.—JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

CLE???ANCES.J.ANUAnr 11. Elnmaog, 1000 toos, Captain . A. Blotcher, for ]risbno ilnd Nortlollra ports, at noou. Duplois. 1500 tons, Captain A. Do Faocon, for Noumea, 10 n.m. (to-morrow). Platypus, 117 tons, Clptain D. IHarpor, for Rich. mond aiver, 5 p.m. \Woodburn, tJ3tons, Captain E. Farrell, for lilac leap River, 0 p.y. tichmonoed, 020 tons, Captain B. Alloy, for Rich. mond River, 0 p.m. SThe lship l3oll of lath ihns come round from Ifelboorno it baliast to load mcargo of coals for Shanghai. " The barqeo Loch Troelwa taoe from horborth at the Grafton wharf to the streat this morning. ' Thi Ulnio Colmlpay's statluor R.Ml.S. Maritpots left Auckhlod ato o3:0 emn. yesterday for Sydney. The ship Aberfoyle, for 'Frlsco, via Newcastle, was taken by the Phobe yesterday from her berth atCowper's Wharf and towed direct to Newcastle, whore selo will i11 tap with coal for the Golden Gate. The vracat berth was thin morning illed by tile Ladly Cairns, whichl reached port front Glasgow on Satur...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

THE MAILS. BMoils will be made up at the Genierl Post Office for the nmdermenntioned places as follows :- Ties DAyr. ]IELenoUNE, overland ....., ..4&7 p.M. AsELeAIDE, overland, vinalnolbourne ... 30 pieO. IIOAnnIT AND LAUNCESTON, OVOrhlid to Mtelbourno, and thenco per steamer 3"30 p.m. BnRnnANe AND e ORTHERN PORTS, p?lo EhlaonCu .. ... ... ... .. 11 a.ln. NOnul:e, erDll Dploix .. . ' ... .ln. SOUTneviMe POers or fNEI Z?:A.AND AND WnEis,INeTOn, overlald to sfolbourne, sand thsses via Hobart per Ilinga rooll ... ... .. . ... 3.0 p.m. .t ciAEnAY RIVER, per Woodburn ... ... 8 p.s, ?OsT MeaCQrIII. per FOeimZoni t ... 8p.m. FEINnOUNTn"r, p)er Pornmiotnlto 3... l. IRICHMONsD OivEs, per Richmloud ... 8 s.l ].ESI)DT, • BnsnosN AsD ONARTInERN PORTS, pOer Cutrljonlgf ... .... ... . ... 2 ).11. CLanIIeCE IOleEn, per City of Graftoni... 8 p).m. P eHnrt (W.A.), INDIA, CHINA, AND COs. TINI:NTOP UIIOPE, o enlattl to M81n bollale, end tehoesl per P. Uand O. Compan y's steamenr lasnsilia ... ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

COMMERCIAL. Tlh lock anlnl hare markeht, leyt?tiiono' : al 0t0 o'clock elchl llay npllor ill Lrst Moment collnll on ]logo i. , " ' Gia.on I Office, 1 pm. In thle imlomrt mnrkmt there Is a falr alount of trade doing. 'tlh h liporo' striko in l?Mlbonre isi exciting a deal of attention. Tihe opinio to is dlividel as to tihe islo o t.lhe strike, sooe ef ocnomrcihemto eming of oplinion thmt the ohiowe.Ci will gainl the day, its tho lahonr lnnrkots in both Now '/,cnleel and Adoloido are ovorspopldiod; at if nucih weaolthy anild illortant irlons s W. Howard Smithl, ndi Sons, Ifuddord, Parker and Co~, :and otlmiro comibino to import labollr, and 002 flood 3tho Mlielloorno elrkot withi a2llll1 supplies of laou,,r frolm tleo otlher olOniecs, we doon't ee lhow iIho lhIpori can0 ohd otlt, besoide, too, if te mon engxtgod come ollut endor speoilf eonggement, tlh sililtpincrs will boabio to enforce thesae oreemoonts by law all1l the imported men will bo comlpcl'ed to work, nethwiw'lt'nntolino all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

Special Advertisements. -4---- -__________________ I . F. W A R E SURGEON DENTIST, Kidman's Buildings, Corner Georgoe and Market streets, Sydney. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. Incorporated by Acts of the Victorian South Australian, and Western Australian Parliaments. Authorised Capital .. ... £2,000,000 Subscribed Capital ... ... 1,250,000 Paid-up Capital ... 950,000 Reserve Funds... ... ... 420,000 Reserved Liability of Share holder ... ... ... 1,550,000 Head Ofiee-Collins street East, Mel bourne. London Office-149, Leadenhall-street. Branches and Agencies throughout Vic toria, South Australia, and Western Aus tralia. Agents and correspondents in Now South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, New Zea land, the United Kingdom, India, and the East. The Bank allows interest on deposits for fixed periods, and also transacts all usual banking business. SYDNEY OFFICE-G-0, PITT-STREET JAMES BALFOUR, Manager. W ALLACH BROTHERS, New Furniture Warehouses, York-street, Wynyard-square, Sydney. MA...

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WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 11, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 11, 9 an.m. SrnNEr.-E.N.E., fine, thermometor 74 n 0 shade. ?L?nUnr.-E., flue. ALINA.-S.E., fine, sea moderate. BAIltRANn JOEy.-N.E fine, sea smooth,. BATIIUrST.--Calu, tllne. IRATen's ? Ar. -CN E, fine, ?eoasmooth. nLLIOaEs Hflnns.--S., fine, eoa. snooth. CLARENCE IIEDS.--Cealm, foie, son moderate. EnrEN.-S.W., fine, sea smooth. GOno ISLND.n.-S.W., fluo, sea modeOato. G nArorN.--Cann, fine. Onnr.n CAP:.-E., flue, sea smootlh. JEnvIS BnA.-S.S,.I., nlun, seon smooth. IAMA.-N., flune, sn?n snmooth. MACLEAr HlI:As.--S.E.. cloudy, sea moderate. l ?[An^nLAN.-N.E., cloudy. -iANINGn lHsEDS.--Cllm, fine, sen modorato. ?mtoenUn IHtnos.-Cah, in, fin, sea snoot. 'taMnUccmA BIEAUS.-Clml, fine, onea moderate. nwenosrm?.--N.E., fne, sen smeooth. PORT tACQUAInnE.--E., flno, seoa smooth. POnUT fTEIIENS.-N..., flue, Soe Smliootll. EAL lOCKSn.-C-nlm, fine, sea s nlllO0h. fnOnUTU HlEAD;.N.E., fine, sea smooth. T enonAn.-Cntnu, 11110, s00 smoot]h. TNu:Eu Hu:Ao.--S., fUi...

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AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

AGENTS FOR THE "G.LOBE.' The GLOBE is now enlarged to Eight Pages, or flfty.six colnmas in all. Itthes becomes THE LARtGEST EVENING. NEWSPAPER IN AUSTRALIA. The GLOBE can be obtaincd off the following agents:8YDNEY AND THE SiUBURBS P. J. Darker, 85 Sosox.slereet Saomuel Darter, Balmain west Bookstall Colspany, King.-trcet tram and Redfern Station S. Y. Burnet, WoolIluah Samuel Bushly, it VYine-street, Redfern Joseph Caltdo?a, Central Balmain Mrs. Davis, Kont-astreot W. Calnan, Harris.street, Ultimo N. W. L. Couston, 111 Clarence-street MIr. C. Clark, traim terminus, Marriokvlolo J. Croft,95 William-street Deacon ana Sons, North Shore G. Engisch, Padodington H. W. Foster, 1 r William.strecut Win. C. Good, Petersham Mrs. Hamilton, Wavrerley Harris Drethocre, Newtown; also at Cook's River Macdonaldtown ntd St. Peters Mrs. Hinchclffe, 75 Botany.road, VWaterloo John L. Berghoefer, 3-9 Pitt-street N. How, Parranunatta-road, I.eihharslt nMr. Johns, McMahon's Point, Lavender Bay Joseph King...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

The: Globe. A GOOD ADVE1RI'SING MEDIUM, S C- .THE GLOBE. EIGI'T PAGES, EVENING PAPER. ONE PENNY. -. rUE LATEST NEWS. PR.M .ALL .L IPARTS OF TilE- WORLD' S in.tl he ;". G-,LOBE .. EVERY. EVENING. . ..'ALL NEWS AGENTS. T i " I E. for ,COURT DOINGS. ONE PENNY. 1. , G.T ..OU: R - M'?EN 1'1 read the ONE PENNY. 3J ROIA NTS .REA'D GLOBE, S.published EVERY EVENING,. EIGHT PAGES for ONE PENNY. GLOBE .contains the LATEST. NEWS' from ALL FOREIGN PARTS. Ask your Agent for it. ONE PENNY T, E GLOBE for SMART .WRITING and OUTSPOKENNESS. ONE PENNY. ; H II GLOBE . contains FIF TY-SIX COLUMNS of - READING MATI'ER -for ONE PENNY. A DV E R.T I. S E R S J am will ,find the GL ,., . iOBE Sa first-lnass ADVERTISING..,?ED.IUM. .. - the GLOBE the S .IEST Ei'ENING. APRER.' ONE PENNY. T ' "H E for .I:&LL TIHE LATE~ST TELEGRAMS. T. a'v14 E GLOBE '-NEWS OF THE DAY. ONE PENNY. * H E GLOBE REIGIIT PAGES EVERY ISSUE. ALL NEWS: AGENTS. H. E Daily Contains the ,vERY ATEST' SHIPPING, . MINING, SPOR`TING, LAW,...

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COUNTRY NEWS. GUNDAGAI, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 11 January 1886

COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GUNDAGAI, SATURDAY. The weather on Wednesday last was extremely hot, the thermometer register- ing 107. On Thursday night a change set in, and 42 points were registered, making 87 since the 1st of January. Yesterday the thermometer was down to 62. Today is fine. TAREE, Saturday. Two little girls, daughters of H. J. Perrett and Mr. Ellis, were accidentally drowned at Kendall today. The particu- lars of the sad occurrence are not yet to hand.   TAMWORTH, SATURDAY. The Salvation Army has determined to open fire here, and some members of the army arrived yesterday afternoon, includ- ing Adjutant Lovelock, Captain Lambert, and Captain Miller. A further addition of the rank and file will arrive to-day. The army has secured large barracks capable of holding about 300 persons, and have made arrangements for a vigour- ous campaign. It is to be hoped the town will not be disgraced by unseemly dis- turbances such as have taken place else...

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ANOTHER STABBING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

ANOTHER STABBING CASE. At the Water Police Court to-day, James Scholes, wheelwright, was charged with maliciously wounding Albert Aaron Goldsmidt, of Paddington, coachbuilder. Mr. Lowe appeared for the defence. The prosecutor stated that the pri soier had been in his employment for about three months up to within a few days. of the arrest. On the 2nd instant the prisoner had came to his residence about 9 a.m., and asked him for a settlement of his wages. Witness said he would meet prisoner in the work shop in about half an hour's time. At about a quarter to 10 they met in the workshop, where he showed the prisoner some work he had destroyed, and told him that his wages would not cover it. The prisoner threatened a legal naction unles his wages were paid, and refused to receive the half of the money he claimed. The prisoner did not leave, and about 12 o'clock witness came out of his ollice and asked the prisoner if hie were going to stop there all day. Lie said he would unless he was...

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CABINET MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

CABINET MEETING. The members of the administration have been summoned for a Cabinet meeting ast 1 o'clock to-morrow. The meeting isunder stood to be for the purpose of further consi dering the policy of the Government, and coming to an agreement npon various points of the lannd question.

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