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AN APPEAL TO THE CHARITABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

AN APPEAL TO, THE CHAIIITABLE. You'll hear remarks from persons when accidents take place, "I would send them to the Hospital (it is a serious case), You'll' get advice from doctors the best that's in the land" But they never think one moment how to. lend a helping hand To those grand institutions, several of which we're blessed, Who, jfdging by their balance.lheets, these times for cash are pressed. As you scan the daily papers these things will catch your eye : A cabman's horse did run away and mado the people fly, He ran lnto a nursc.girl with two babies in her pram, And mandly eareered down some big street and collided with a tram, It then did knock an old man down who was tottering on his feet, And ended up with five patients for the house in I.ouedalestreet. If by some chance it happens the beds are full that day, And the doctor through no faultof his most turn the case away. There's letters in the papers (I think it is a shame) Trying on the committee of coarse to throw the b...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAST SATURDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

LAST SATURDAY'S PLAY. Kinglnke conmrnced amnatchagninat Caledonia last Saturday, and ahiained hig lend on the first ilnnings. Panton Hill and Kangaroo Gound· I are also partly through their final matoh, Pan ori Hill having a good lead in the first ithings, and ware'~s ::?i uWirily iij tlher second when time was aup."- Kan. garon Ground batted two inl;n short: oilth matches will be Bished .nixt Saturday.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

CRICOlKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. Thip cnmpetition is practically fin. ishd, and the Kinglask elub are;again u.ccessful it.wmacuring the trupliy, hay.. ung gono through the season without a defea t '"

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A GREAT JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

A KREAT:JUDGMENT. Few understand thoe amrous dutisa of a Judge upon the liench. We expect more of him thell from other men. Ie mollst he rigid In his morals, feanrleso ne infallible, and yet merciful in his dclilion i and one whom we elan relspect.. There is only one higher judge than lhe upon the earth, and that is 'lia PUntLrC. A judge may err, bht the public never. h'llc iJldgnment is as certain as timne and Ildo. The law of' so p ply and doiand is fixed anid cttelhangeable, and the thlig of no merit dies qllsul?l thi e thlng of little lortit gas?ps in its birth; atd feebly dies out,after boing tried atld folund wantltg. The tide of Iull1 favour deolunads that which It wants, aId rtefsos thie thiitg that Ias fatilet to sult I and SMr Itlchnrd biurray, of Green's Itoet, Sydney, speaski with the rlilng tidtle I" I havoemuch pleasure in letting oell know tl ho,bclitflt I have received iii taling Dr More's ItndlittI Hoot 1Pills, I uflferel Isasiy yseaas with Itdlgel. tion l nid hillo...

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DIAMOND CREEK. 10TH MARCH MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

DIAMOND CREEK. (riROK OUR OWN aORRESPONDB?T.) 10TH MAaRC. MINING. Maenamara, from tho Union, crashed under two tons for nearly tea ounces. Sutherland and party had a orushing of ninq toffs for about fire- ounces. At the- time of writing Hurst, of Upper Diamond Creak, his a crushing going which he anticipates will yield about;1oz..per ton.

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JANEFIELD V MORANG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

JANElIELD V IORANG. Thie uinual match between the above was pluyed at S!,uth Morang on the 4th inst., asd resulted as folluws:- First Inmnlg? .: Joe. Sparkes, b Popple ... " ... 0 Dobney, c Andruws, bJohanon .. 6 ]agle, run out .., ... . 3 C. sparkes, ru put .. 8... Dickenson, bJqhnson ,.0. Woodlock, b Popple ... . 8 11. Walsh, a It Donald, b Johnson 0 Wickes, b Johnsona .... .. 2 Hall,u WithersnbJohnson: . 4 Smith,+b Popplii . 0 J. Walsh, b L'upplep , 0 Wilson, not out;... - 0 Leg-byes .. . ..1 Bowlnfog alysi s SPopple,:4 for 1i , Jolneon 5 for 17. usiaonl tinning, J. Sprkes,b ai lte .-t ... 0. Dobney, run olt; : .. I Eagle, e I. Aiirews? b F. Andrews. 9 o. Sparkes, b Le Page's . 14 Dickenson, b F, Andriewair " ".;". 1 Wuodlock, b A uIo Page... ` ':' +I. Walsh, a, b A:,Le Page :,. 6 Hall, c Andrew5' b C Le Page .. B bmith, not out ,,.' ... .. B J. Walsh, c, b F.'A?drew :d 1i Sundries ,,11 67 Bowling Analyfs. Kilmister, 1 Ibr 4, II Andrewa, P for : F. Andrews, 3 for ?; Withers, Ofor...

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GREENSBORO V. DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

GORIEENBORO' V.. DIAMOND" OREEK. This match was played at Diamond On ek- on Saturdays,. the 28th ult. and 7th inst., and resulted in a win for Diamond Creek by an innings and 24 runs. For the locals Webb (75 not out), Lawrey (20), Cook (13), and lHarrington (13) batted well; and for the visitors II. Starling (26 not out), and U. Amiot (15). iTho visitors batted one niam short in both innings. Following are the consple?e scores : GOR1EN.StIOROUGH.. First Innings. C., Amlet, a, b S. Edmnonds ... 7 11. Amiet, b Harrington ... 10 Andrews,b ilarrington .,. 2 Ooduell, c, b H. Edmonds .. 1 Il, Starllu,. not out... ...? 8 Elliott, h Hitrlrngton ... Coombes, b A. iEdmonds ... 2 Gilding, a, b Orme .., 7 .1, Rtarllngl, b Ormon .. . J. II. Starling, u, b llarrnlgiton 0 Partlngton, absent Sundries .. ,. 1" ; - · ' ÷ .. 75, Bowling Anelyss, . bInlls rins wklt Webb .., 42 T 0 8. i?dmonds ,., 48 17 lHarrlngton ... 42 10 4 A, Edmonds .. 18 13 1 Ormo.... . ..24 128 Second innings, Amnlrews, I Ormo .....

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BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ARTHUR'S CREEK CENTRAL V. ARTHUR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

BOURKE EVELYN CRICKET ASSOCIATION." ARTHUR'S' CREEKI CENTRAL-V. ARTHUR'S CREEK. This match, contnienced the previous Saturday, was fiisiPhed' last Saturday Creek. The .Centrals mide 56 runs in their first innings and 87 runs, in their second, the chief rui,.gaters being W. Green 32, W. Phillips 28, H. Green 1T, and WV ,Hempel 16. In their. first innings Arthur's OCreek nmade 96, lear ing them 47 runs to get in their second innings to secure a win, and e?citement ran high whet half the wickets,were down and only half the numiber of runs required .wre scored..." Hewever, Apted and W. Christian caits to the rescue. Following re, the scores: CENTRALS. :..' First Innings. A. Rempet, b R. Bassett..; 0 W. Phillips, bE. Bnssett.. .. 8 W. Hempel, c Christian, b E. Bassett" 5 Morrrs, a W'. Christian, b tI. Bassett 4 W. Green, not out ... ... 32 H. Green, c,b 11. Bassett ... W. .tarin, b M. Bassett ..; . 0 '. Jturphy,•b E. Bassett:.. 2 1E. Phillips, run out . . 2. Jas; Harrison b E. Bassett .....

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CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may he intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

OORRESPONDENCE' `"` Without endorsing the opinions of our eorrespoaldents, we shall be glad to.losert communicatios bhearing upon topics of public interest,which may be intelligently expressed and free from personaliries, on condition of receiving the writer's real name; not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THB EDFTOR qvPTBB EVeLYN OD0BRVER.. Dear Sir,-Councillor Thomas has again come out with another jesuitically written letter, and it is no answer to my last letter. Some of the councllors who went through the campaign of Mr. Shanks' and Mrs. Thomas' law seits against the counclllora and ratepayers say that every word in my letter is quite true.. Councillor Thomas is as slippery as an eel, and when cornered flies off at a tangent dragging a red. herring behind him to draw the attention of your readers to something irrevelant. He quib. bles with my words and tries to reverse their meaning. IHi statement that our present financial positiou was due to ...

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KINGLAKE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

KINGLAKE SPORTS. On Wednesday, the 4th inst., the annual sports were held in Mr Atkins' paddock. The very isncertain state of weather prevailing no deubt privensted runny visitors coiling frdntfa distance who 'othorwileswuld hvebesen present, however, the day eventuallypturned out tine and a fair. sprinkling ofampectators witnessed the numerous evesnts on the programnme. , Messrs. J.5: Gilmour and J. L. Beile, jun., the joint secre taries, assisted by the committee, worked lard to run off the events in sonmethiug like reasonable tinre, but " the shades of night were falling fast" ore the last event brought the long' pro. grammei to a close. ' , Mrs H. Thomson had charge .of. the refreshment booth on the ground. and. dispensed i" happles, horanges, .n.ad lemonaide" in the mast approved- atyle at a reasonahle price. Tie moat sncaessful conmpletitor was 0. Olements, .who .won three of" the principal events in good style. A pro test was lodged against Clenment on the grounds of resident...

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

GENERAL INFORMATION. In Japan you buy a dress by weight. --- The place of honour in China is on the left. ThIe word " gown " conies from the Welsh "gwn." -+·-- Five hundred and forty pounds il,: blood pass through the heart withinl a single hour, --4- About one-sixteenth of the lpalell output of the world is convetcd' i.l into books. Russia exports to England butter to the value of £1,000,000 sterling, while Denmark sells her £8,000,000 worth. Thie introduction of lavender into England is said to have been due to. the lIuguenot refugees, who settled in the valloy of tile Wandle. -1- Dwarf oak trees are cultivated by the Japanese. They average from n six inches to a foot in height, and are perfect in every respect. -+-- One .hundred and seventy-two. species of blind creatures are known' to science, and many moro are con- i"n stantly being discovered in caves. ---4- Wateor in South Africa is often as'.i-: precious .as gold, and somnetlhes: in finately more precious; Every yearl witnes...

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A LIVELY TIGER HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

A LIVELY TICER HUNT. --*-r- ThI 'T'ouagoo correspondent of thi 'Itaniigoo (J Uzuttu" publlishe the following story : "A tiger eti herli' l it villgou near the (oiWII I ll u luIaldelLL I hI till t all Woui.)i whoil hal' been l nt to iholl tuil. A lthrnntn wihll all old muzlU 1o loader ,111lti11 lilger n111 1110 hilld leg, atlld in tIhller Iiiigrionii try pluci ly l nenl. lotr 111111?tlh ti h teavy fiah andllll lIo i in Ib1, Ihllk., Thee wvo lllltli s l hl r did 111 11i lin Ihhleg ho ti tilninoal. Thri e r ilwitiV dh'Iveri+ Iw1. N l ul , eal h illto 11 ga 1ntlll rlil,. They / l oin d ii 1 ,1ho111 illago (h rii lih . ilgelr wti t ii , to I e hi ling ('ImlIIIIInI erPItIII ruoflsh till findl gaVt ord n nl Ot ito mhott lilt ,ie , lf l u il t llglr i prlllt l g o . I Lo I t I grge HH1 p l n11(0110I) l1' mIII I, 011 11 Il the | 'Ollf1lHhiIl Major iM'Nabh ntoulnn to hIvO hllli h ll1 l 'hp , dt i hl vl+ I(e mVnHIy ti lh l hand iiniiti lhl v(1 840. .II h' 111 4.

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PIRATES OF THE SOUTH SEAS. MANY OF THEM WERE CONVICTS WHO HAD ESCAPED FROM BOTANY BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

PIRATES OF THE SOUTH SEAS. --0?4' MANY OF THEM WERE CONVICTS BOTANY BAY. -*1 " Tl'hle lakihlg of Pirates in thie Convict DTays " is the title of an article contributed by Louis Ilecko aind VWalter .JIeTrey to at current issue of " Windsor:. lagaizine." en tile course of their. article the joint authors write:- 'Thi sea story -of Australia is full of instances of convicts turning seat pirates, froni the beginning, of tile dreadful conict system to the end. Tie numiber of .salonis and smuugglers who were. transported largelye: ac count for manny; piracies`and mIutin les; toigliiiir oinso e cnses-notiably thrat of the tranisport Liady Shore thie polliers ;yl o ,wouru ;sent toiguard thile .prisoners 'participated .with, the. crew. "Another- 'reason :was : that from ' the day of his' convictloni In Esigltandd ".tranisport'" was sent on board shipthere probably: to re main; in .ho?'ible', surroundings for many months, and thus familiarising ihinisolf to a- certain' extent' with life on sh...

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WATER DRINKING AND HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

WATER DRINKING AND HEALTH. ''The huIIanit body contains a comn plete sewerage systemi in which poi sonolus and tlisease-produciing refuse is constantly gathering, and Jeopar 'dilsing ,the health. "J'he .,same rule which applies to municipal sanitation will also apply to' personal sanitation, says Mr. G. T.' P.almodr, M.D., i and tlhodatnger of disease may .be, forestallod: by ,flush ing.ut .this swi..nageosystem with?an excess. of .water., J ist. as, truly; as thi.gatherlng ofililtli from' the city iit''teo "sewerage veins" eidan?geis the livet of' tihe intlbittitts, ;'so tlhe loisols generaited, lby the odily tue talbolisni, collected ,in. the, excretory organs, will jeopardisoe 'tiholives 'of the millions - of 'Inhabitants ::of the b4ody ;,the living cells.:: Every lictioi of m:nscloe or. of nerve i's accodut patlled. by tihe- destruction of celis whlch, if nlot eli?minated, wiill iccum ulate like clinkers. Aslde frolim the mcerechioking, or thoe flues, we mitust beru' l1i't ?mind...

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(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. SUMMARY of Opening CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

The ) (Copyright.: SBLAeKMAILERS. E 5tirring 1Rolmace of Euglanb aab -t titraiatII .***------ By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "The Thirletones of London." "heaping the Whirlwind," &c. SUMMA1Y of Opening CHAPTIIS. M3alcoli .1'razer, a , squatter, is stanlding, at tlhe door ol his honie steaid, in l.th wilds of Western Aust : rliht, when his, overseer, -Jim Contnop returnlls fino'. the' iclarest' setleniilt iwith letters ldli palpers. %Whille they arte talking, Logethoer, a stranger, liht less. and' bootless; with: mere rags about' his etiaaciitted fraine, 'staggers ip to :thet, anid appeals for help. flue is Charles Travers, who has ac i colllllanied Sir Jolhni V'allenger on lil " 'ixlo ling expediltion. The piarty hits' liceit given iop for' lost. Sir John ..dies ini 1razer's' house, after iiiakling. a swill inl the riesence of i local 'l.l'. ,leanliig hn itniulty to hIls nepliew, :Osliert Chillonier, and the rest. oflhis wealth to his adlopted son,; 1.aurii'ence Isouglast-=...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

SU1NDAY COACH, TO )MEET the ELTHAM TRAIN. M R. GORORGE COUTIK begs to intl. mate that he will run a coach from lnSumer Illll at 8 a.m. and 4.45 p.m. every Sunday, until further notice, to meet the ;Eltham Train. Usual fares. Medical Notioe.' DR. BORDON PHILLIPS, L;.R..P., Lond., dM.R.O.S., Eng.,?L.S.A.,Loud Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, Eltham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Kangaroo Ground (if instructed at Eel Greensaborough, 1.30 to 2 p.m. iiamond Creek, 2.$0 to 3 p.m. DR. ROLLASON, Of Heidelberg, ISITS-, ELTnUr, Tuesdays. 12 noon. Gnearsnonounn,, Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m DIrAMON Cnuox, Fridays, 3 p.m. ODRSJ T, CHAPMAN YARRA GLEN VISITS v KANGAROO GROUND-' Every Monday, 1 to 3 p.m. QUEENSTOWN Alternate Thursdays, 1 to 3 p,m. S0. F. GMELIN,M.D. :CAN be consulted EVERY. DAY at CAN LILYDALE in his new residence betweed'Wilson's and Mr. Burton's Coach building Factory. DR. A. E.. SMIE, M.1I.o.S., Eng. ; L.R.O.P.,L.M., &c., Ed., Glasgow, * IAY be consulted daily at h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

CLOSE SEAUSONS FOR OAME. CAUTION, The subjoiled Teblo; showing the Close Sensons for GaOne, Is published for genoeral infornmtion. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. 1iiii WIIOLE YEAit. All Australian Faila, with the exception of mnakes, fi National Park near Wilson's , -.. nuontory,all birds, except sparrows nod ?minIai?i, not Indllgeousl to AustralIa, and tlheir produce (ncllding elggs), antelope, bee eslers, Ihbutarid or wild turkey, Callfor uilln quall, dleer, cinus, ephihliclirue, fani. tlls, fly.cacllers, great klgillsher or laugh. lng jackass, grouse, llis, uIrgu grey knilUaronl (llncroplls giloantlts), grelat rd kantlaroon (umcropllls rllls), lyro-blrdc . napploe, niapille lark, atlive bears, owls, ipartrllidges, piclasants, platypus, piodargul or lillipokes, robliisi, seals, saulthllrn stone llover sl ieirlow, swallows, warblers, white swlii, wreslll, 14th day of June to the 20lh day of I)ecenm. her hiI each year. JIWrtk swan, wild geese of all kinds, let day of Augl...

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THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XXXIX. THE TRAIL OF THE SCHEMER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

THE LOOMS OF DESTINY.,: ti J. MONK FOSTER. CHAPTER XXXIX. tl'1 Tl TRAIL 0 ? '"'lti SO~1:MIER. One line evening in May, shortly after. dinner, tile oaster of Parkhurst chanced to stroll through the grounds lying behind the house. It was a little Safter eight, the sun had plunged beneath the weistern horizon in a glorious bath of crimson and golden colours half an hour, before, and the skles in that quar ter whero the lord of day had de scended were lit now only by patches of greenish and steel-grey clouds. John Blondlord was looking somewhat more haggard and sombt'b than usual; all day lie had been confined to the , house by some slight indisposition, and, at his younger son's earnest solicitation, hlie had allowed a doctor to see him; and that learned gentleman, with the pro fundity of his brotherhood, had an nounced that the cotton spinner was low-unusually low-ias in immediate need of something'to brace him up: and, hence, had sent him a pinch of drugs 'and abottle of water. After...

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DIAMOND CREEK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. NINETEENTH ANNUAL SHOW. WEDNESDAY, 11TH MARCH, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

DIAMOND CREEK HORTIUULTURAL SOCIETY. -o NINETEENTH ANNUAL SHOW. WEDNESDAY, llTu MARCH, 1903. : The19th annual abow of the above Sooiety..weas held in the new, shaw grounde, Diamond Creek, on Wednes day last, and in every way proved a great suceess. ' The weather was beauti. fully fine and the attendance of the general publio large, the takings at the gate vexceeding those obtained in previous years, and totalled £34 12s. The display. of fruit as a whole was an excellent one, and& the generality of the.exhibitsawere of such evenness as te make the judging very ditlBcult. In some uof the apple exhitits, however, there was a deficiency. in color as corn pared with last year.. The exhibits of Jonathan apples were.excellent, and some Reinette de Canada apples shown by Messrs P. Green and Souns were ektra fine., The exhibits (in 'the vegetablt elaasswere a great improve. ment on former years, and in jams, preserves, etc., there were" some very attractive exhibits. Classa E, needle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 13 March 1903

NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA. THE RIGHT REMIEbT. A RAlID CHAHgIL The Case of Mrs. F. PRICE. " (By Melbourse Reporter.) 'Considerable surprise was expreesed by Mrs. Florence Price, of No. 627 Ohs pel-street South Yarra, that our re porter had only lately heard about the cause of that lady having acquired so much popularity. "Why, said Mrs. Price, "I thought everybody knew about it. At all evoents they ought to, so you had better sit down and note what I have to say. One of my dear little children died some time ago, and I worried so much over it's loss that I nearly died too. It does not mend matters to fret too much, bob then we women cannot help it. I gave way to a fit of despondency, and the tor rible pains that came in my head sacemed to affect my brain, for I used to sit and mope like one in a trance. I was very ill for several months, being without l seep the greater part of the time, and me nerves were greatly shaken. I was sieobed in a mcet alarming manner with trembling sR helplemly th...

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