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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MONDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

.PARLIAMENTARY- . ....-?' LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE. Monday, Mabch 23. A Light at Broken Bay. — Ministers, m an swer to questions, said : -That the survey of the entrance of Broken Bay hnd just been completed, and that £500 had been placed on the Estimates for a light there, on such site as should be selected. The Estimates. — Mr. Robertson asked if it ?was the intention of the Government to lay on the table a schedule of the reductions it waa in tended to make in the Estimates to the ..extent of .£10,000 per month. — Mr. Eagar said the Go vernment did not intend to take any such course. —Mr. .Robertson moved the adjournment of the House, and pointed out that there waa no dis position on the part of the Opposition to givethe Government any further trouble about the Esti mates; but the Government, by its own action, having provided for a reduction-^f £10,000 per month, or of £120,000 on the year, the Estimates on the table could no longer be those' upon which the. Government intended to a...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Thursday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

iQ'xX ,S;T \ HtjL L I a E N G £? FBOM QEEVir.LB'S TEMSPRAM- COMPANY.. SYDNEY, Thursday, Sp.m. O'Farroll was brought up ftt tho Central Criminal Court this morning, charged with shooting at, with intent, to IdII,! 'H.U. H. the Duko of Edinburgh. The Obiitt? was crowded. Amongst thosa present were seveml members of both houses of Parliament, the Hon. J. Docker, the Hon. J. B.Wilson, Lord JTewry, «fcc. ,&c. The Attorney-General and nlao the Solici tpr-Genoral appearedLfor the Crown, and Mr. Aspin aiT appeared for the aef tjhee.'' On being called upon to'rJlead. O'Farrull ploaded tliroueb hia counsel that ho was no'; guilty. Mr. 'Aspinallthen applied to the Court for the postponement^ of -the trial,', on the ground that a moat material witness had to arrive from Ballarat, and that the sister of tho prisoner who had only that morning arrived from Melbourne w«s prosecuting .inquiries respecting his career in Neiv South Wales, and required an extension of time for the purpose. It w...

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HUNTER RIVER COPPER WORKS [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

HUNTER Rn?EB COPPER WORKSi A few days ago wo paid a second visit to tho new copper-smelting '.works at Port Waratnh, and were much/surprised and pleased Jit tlie proereaanjade since the date of our previous visit, in Juue or July, of last year. On the first occasion things were in a very crude state, and but little had been actually done. We published at the time a Bomewhat lengthy account of the origin and establishment of the works, together with an account of what was intended to be accomplished ; we described the peculiar difficulties with whioh the manager and superintending en ,,;nM» I FT Thnmni 'Run . hml iuid to contend, and recounted also' the satisfactory manner in which most of his 'difficulties had been successfully over come. We propose now to make our readers ac quainted with the progress made during the interval which elapsed between the dates of our first and second -visit ; and here we may mention, that on tho first occasion the prinoipal portions of the works were ...

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SALES MEETINGS AND AMUSEMENTS THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

SALftrMEETINaS, AND AMUSEMENTS. THIS DAY. Sale of 3000 feet of New Zealand pino, two tons of Imota toea, and three baga ot-'Adclaido flour, ex Sarah and Mary, from Hokitika, by W. K. Lochhetd, at the A. A. Company'* bIiuoIh, at half-pust ten o'clock. Also, nt eleven o clock, thirty bales of lucerne hay, at\th)B Kailwuy Goods Shed ; sale of drapery, saddles, hoi-rings', Wrnlture, cooking itovc,-, nnd lucerne huy, by J. C. Boamrius, m hu auotioa rooms, Market Whaif.atterift'olock. ..??????.'.-:-?: ? ..,,[ . .:';?. XjtMTOAf^.''''.'-:;'sf-:'-.'; ?.u-::?f Sale of 'twenty baW&C3W«enehiiy;, jry^Mf/J'.C. Boiia. niu, ac me aceainerr ir witt, t^ eievou o uiuuk. ? ^v. ; ^'..'-.THlS'-DAY. ??. . Meeting-at'tTieOii'dfellowR'Hall, of the officers nndincm bow of thei Friendly Rociotiea, in the Newcastle distriot, at 7.30 p.m. , ! SUNDAY. Anniversary servicen of the Primitive Methodist Church, 'Wnlluend — inoriiing, afternoon, and evening. I MONDAY. Tea and1 public meeting ia .the Primitive ...

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THE PRECIOUS STONES OF NEW" SOUTH WALKS. DIAMONDS.—FIRST ARTICLE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

THE PRECIOUS STONES t)F NEW' ; „' SOUTH WALKS. DIAMONDS.— Fibst Abtiolb. ; By Charlti Degner, MJD. \ ??' t pkii (carbon) is an element which presents itself in j ie 'form of the diamond in its purest condition. |! fter the diamond it is purest in the graphite, and i; tofc quite so pure in thtt anthracite. It is the basis 'i f wudumcarbonicum, and finally', it is a most cssen 11 ial ingredient in all organised substances, and is one !' f the largest deposits in nature throughout the l! rhol« of our extensive ooal-flelds. The qualities of I atbon present themselves to our perceptibility fu floor aJnerem pres»nnneuw, uui-iui ?«- m who wu fA hessmeoharaoter. Carbon is a compact stuff, wjth if ! rat odour or taste. In olden tirfes the diamond %\\ ised.tobs ranged under the quarUstones(quarzosa); f ; ttow-a-d»ys it is placed quite by itself as a separate V I Aatotiption of stone, composed of pure oarbon in a it - orystailic form. As the diamond i» the purest carbon W in existence, and a o...

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

... *? POST-OFFICE. Ship's, mails close as under at five o clock : — Annie Brown, for Wellington ....... March 28th Colliu'gwobd, forOtago ? „ 28th ,K«k;fd»vO|-arft ? ' ? „ 28th Henthor Boll, for Bluff Harbour ? , 28th Pin Castle, for Manila,'*' ? „ 30th . j _; ? :-*:' ...??? .,

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THE OYSTER FISHERIES' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

THE OYSTER FISHERIES' ACT. Our readers may have observed from time to time in. our columns, 'notices as to the progress in; Parliament of the Oyster Fisheries' Act. The bill lias lately become the law of the lund, and on the 4tli of last month the Ace, in its entirety, was published as a supplement to the Govern ment Gazette. Before us is a copy of .the Act, the several provisions of which we propose to enu , merate, stripped of the needless repetitions which encumber, all legal phraseology. The Act 'itself Is styled one to regulate Oyster Fisheries, and to encourage the formation^ of oyster-beds. ' Clause No. 1 provides that, in iho construction and for the purposes of the Acfc, the word ' oyster' shall include an oivaive snennsn, commonly Known and sold as oysters, together -with their spat, and the word ' bed' shall include any bank of mud, sand, silt, or any rock, growing or dfcud tree, oi branch timber, and any substance or thing what soever to which oysters or spat shall be fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

TTUKTEB RIVER NEW STEAM XX ? NAVIGATION COMPANY. STEAM TO/SYDNEY. t The MORPETH,' Cnptnfp* Bmin, MONDAY and The CITY OP NEVVOaSlrfiE, Captain SUMMBRnEl.T., TUESDAY uml FRIDAY Evenings. 7£y' GKOIIOE TDLLY4 CO., Agents. Hunter Eiver New Steam Navigation COMPANY. betubn tickets. ? I FROM THIS jR^TE, RETURN TICKETS, will bo ifi^dMfiVnilablo for one work, to paflsongers liy any of JMW.R.N.S.N. Company's ftrat-clasa ?teamen, at tluvfoUmving rates :— ' Saloon - '''//' ' ' ' '''* Steerage ? */ - » - ? - l^s# ftEOHUE TULLY 4 CO. Nwcaatle, 'Feb. 19, 1303. ? 415 NOTICE. -??' 11 HE NBW.ANIK POWERFUL STXJU&. TJ?6s WAR IIAlwjf MYSTERY, fitted with DisconiAirj/(^Eiif.'ino8, Patent Fentherinp; Floats, &c, is no^nvMmblo for Towage purposes No. 2, Marryatt's CouV, will receive prompt attention. For rates and other particulars, apply to JAMES DEAXE4 CO., Agents., , 698 ? Newcastle. P* A N A M A, NEW ZEALAND, AND . ''? AUSTBALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY ' ; .'' , . ;. (MSIITEn.) ? Steam' to ...

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[?]PPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF NEWCASTLE.. ARRIVALS. ( MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

ilpPlNG' i^TNELlflGENci. HeBi «.-} ?-..-a.. -.?-; .,?-&. r*i,- x. .«?? HI „„ PORT OF NEWCASTLE. Wj t, ' ABIUVALS. \m'u-' ,:r.M SfABctiss. |Hjon (8.), Crcrr, from Sydney. W. K. Locbheaij, MlirelhuiBi)) bq;', ^/SVuUamBVf^m'Duneoin, 52ha Mfaptnin, agent ,, ,? ....,-,? lllgbok, bq.; 327,'Hnrrwon,' from Slelbourne. W. H. Ml' agent. ? . . ' ,. ? | Ik Stewart, brig, 202, Ellis, from Melbourne, It. B. Ik agent.- . » i. ? ?- . ,\ . . «»-? .. ; .. ? - .,..»-,. jlfl of Australia, brig, 2G2,\ O.'Hagnn, from Sydney. ?IP. agent. . ? V..V * ' i mm iihu unit uluij', DiiUi, jlilt, j/uuvuu, uviu iuuijuuivu|ju. I CMy und Co., ngentu. ... . ? JKJUespernnduni, brig, J57, Town, from Sydney. C. B jiff fsoi), agent. ? . . B ?lfCIV0 ^^8) sch., 100, Greeuless, from Briabaup, 2lBt' B IIRiy. F. Stokes suld Co., ngents. . ? . , .- S 511 ? MAltCK 20. ;.-;.' , .r . BRSfflo, bq., 204, Heard, from, Sydney.-.: B.B. -Wiulace, mm ';?'. -- rjuucu 27.M .,' ? ' '; ??.-.- MUM. ina- s1'P- C2r,'BUnch, from Melbourne...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, NEW CASTLE ORDINATION AND BECOGNITION SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, NEW ? ? CASTLE. ?? ORnlWATION AND BECOONITJON SERVICES. The present week has witnessed a series of services of unusual interest, and importance, in connection with the Congregational Churcti, Bruwn-atruet ; we allude, of o-nirao, t6 tho ordination And' recognition, by tho Christina friends who worship at tha Rev. Mr. Gainford's old church, of Mr. T. J. Pepper, from Cauideu College, Sydney,, who has this week been solemnly and publicly net apart for tha_work of tlio Christian minutry, nnd ordained to the pastorate of the Brown-street church. The ordina tion service was held on Tuesday evening, in tho presence ot a numerous congreguxion, ine-cnurcn being neatly filled. ' Near thepulpit we noticed the following miniatew, via., the IW. S. C. Kent; .of Newtown ; the Roy. Mr.- Frazer,* of ;Balnluin ; the Itev. T. Giiinford/of Woollahaw, the Rev. T. Hill, of West Mnitlaud i tho Rev. C. Otdpn (Wealoyan) ?, tho Rev. Mr. M-in*tou'(Baptist) ; ahdth.e'RoV^W. Bain (Presbyt...

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. Monday, 23rd MARCH 1868. (Before H. Scott, Esq., P.M., and James Hannell,Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

SMALL DEBTS' COURT. Monday. ;23rd Milton , 1868. (Beforo H. Scott', Esq., P.M., and James Hannoll, ' Eao... J.P.I .? Estate of W. D. M'r{en«io v. Duiu'el Blunden.— An nctjon fQP,|t43s. 74,fpr,bah-nffa of Bn.HcaqHnt. }-Jniutitr liqu^ suited.' ' ? ? . ^ Same v. E. McLaren. -Jfon»Buited, Jarqi' Brown v. Henr.- Qurncs. — An action fop £2Gs., fqr bo.it, hire. Verdict for plajntiir.. Johii Doyle r. Kdward 'Thornton. —An Action for -S7Cs., for board and lodging. ? Verdict for pluintiff. Solomon Cohen v. Bobert Youug- — An' Bption for £3 13s. 4i. for goods sold and delivutud, Verdict far plaintiff. Samo v. M. MoAuliffd.— An action far £(l Ifis. for goods sold and delivered. Verdict tor plaintiff. H. B»nUeld y, Jamea Wiso.— An .notion for #3 Wa. 6d. for icoqiiqv rawlurod, .Vordict fop plajntifTt Haine y. Samqel Jono3,-^(Vn action rbr ^2 6a. UJ. fur. goqda Bold dnd dbliYer^. Verdict ibr phiintin. Bobert irlumiug y, Jlonry Muek, — An actiou for £2 17a. 10(i. fnrnnenunfc rj»iid«r^d. ? VnrJicfci...

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WARATAH [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

WA RATAU. , . I am sorry to inform you that our.' worthy townsman, Dr. J. B. Pearce, has been laid up fora long time with a aevero fttt-ick of colonial fevor — a disease which is very prevalent n this neighbourhood. I am glad, however, to say that he is fast recovering, and it is to be hoped he will soon be ablo to resume his accustomed duties, us ho has been greatly missed by tho many families who mo suffering from sickness. V0LU.NTEEBH. — The Volunteer movement has again started here, this time with the full intention to carry it out. There are already twenty members enrolled. They tiro dril-.ld twico a week in Mr. Dawson's Assombly Booms, by Private liglily complimented them as hiring a-' fine body of men.* Captain Uolton in expected to pay a visit on tho next night of meeting, Wednesday next, for tho purpose of swearing in new members. , Coal Mikes. — Our mines still continue to be working well. The Company are ereoting new screens, whicli are, I believe, to be uaed for the purp...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOREHOLE [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. ; . wioji ouu uonnHHi-nNi)JBSTS. : ???- BO II B II 0 L.E'y'' ' ' rEDESTBlASlHM.— Themutoh between Heaterand Crocker, made a few weeks hack, came oft' on Munday afternoon, Kt live o'clock. About 200 persons were present to witness the contest, lloth parties wor« in 50ml spirits, find seemed likely to make an excellent raw. The betting waa slightly in favour of Crocker. Both ]iarties came to the scratch at the time above mentioned, Heater having two yards sfcirt, aud got aw*y with h y«ry equal start. Crocker soon show*d his superiority over Ii is opponent by pasaing him before one third the distance (130 yards) was run, keeping the bead until the end, coining in an easy winner. — Another match his been made between two young men of this place, for £5 asido, to come off in about a month's time. I may also mention that mi excellent piece of ground hnsbeen made for such occasions, by Mr. Tudor, and could, with very littlo trouble, be made equal to any in the district for s...

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To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

To the E'ditor of tlie Newcuttle Chronicle. Sir— In tho iasuo of \Vudu03day the '11th mutant, in tho Petty tji-aaiona Court trials, you made a alight uiiatafco iu my account against M'Kenzie's oatate und me. !It should have been XI Su. 2il., and not £18 2a., as you- represented, l'leaso to correct, uiulvou will oblige yours truly, JOHN WOOD. Waratah, 27tli March, 1808. ; . ,

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. PROPOSED MEETING OF NATIVES. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. PltOPOSED MEETING OF NATIVES.' To the Editor o] the tfcwaulU Chronicle. Sir— By late accounts from Sydney, we see .that the native-horn of Australia, reaidunt there, have hud a monster meeting, condemning the uct lately perpetrated on H.B. H. Princo Alfred. Would it not be well 'for the native-born, resident in the Hunter district, to have a meeting for u similar purpose? Hoping to see tho subject taken up, I subscribe myself, ? A LOYAL NATIVE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

I . ? ? . i '? J | 'ji/TR. ATJTVET, TErR-MAJWCrEH I oajtlu, bcRM to aiiiiuunco il&Uio Jaas* taken V/BWJ THE LANDING OP /£9Tl/B the P Tmjris EDI^BDfifaH, and kinW^Ctea do VWtea (Sffl come), and lar^e viowy6jftnc same. TO BUBGH WkenWw. ^r/l.B.H. tbo DUKE .Of.^J Prica : Views, Oartb de Visito sine, 1b. each. I . . PHOTOGKAPHY? I IF YOU WANT A GOOT)! VLI]I NESS, claar in every outline of featurtj drapery, comotbthe.PrtRTjloR/pHic and Fijni fl /JACOB AUDET, I / / Operator aud Manarjl Hours of attendance:/ -From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. . | t^A«Moicestoolcof Albuioi on hand, from I upwards. . . * . . ; , , * SALES BY AUCTION '??'?7 y* HartetWliftrfAnctiion'Hooaii. ,;; -sTHIS DA.J (SATpRD^Y),,,;; ? -J . At Ton o'blootj'iiiiupp, - ??? .' ., ui , will Boll.o-vauotiori,''ht his Booms, Ui Wharf, Mrtbdre— ? .?7SN?j'..fJ-.,. ?:,... ,.; -:..Y- ' j~l Several cases of DraperY ??- .' .?! '?.(?» '.A KerodenS Oil 'J ???--' v\. ,.,;. . ; Colonial-made' Saddle* '^v^'' ??.'', ??.fi! , Several Cuse* Herri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

=-- ' OUR EXTJIA'JSSUK, ,0~: We Jiave still on hand a few copies oi the E0roi Mail Issue, containing ail account .of the visitfiyt Prince Alfred to tlte Hunter, and tlie attempted' Asaaenination of his Royal Highness at\Clontart: Papers posted in Newcastle up till Tuesday next will be in time for the Panama maih- ' SATUBDAY, MARCH 28, 1808.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

c» . Seamen's Clothing Establishment. THE LIT T L E WONDER opposite tho Custom Houso, is tub ONLY REAL ESTABLISIIMNET VllRllK CAPTAINS, SKASU5K, AND OTHERS, GENU^jyfofTFIT... Kono but the BJST a&ortmcnk of. articles kept X^ yr stock. : ? ' A. VI. AVRLKKH, PnorniETon, Corner of Scott uiid Rolton Streets. Sole Agent for Snywell's best Ckubs mid Tobacco, supplied to shipping in or out of bond at Sydney prices. Agent also for Smith's b?Bt Colonial Tobacco. Oilskin Clothing not to be equalled in the Colony. 287 In the Insolvent Estate of Joseph Daniel, of Waratah, Storekeeper. . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Mr. Joskph DanmslJios -nrcliased from P. Humplirev, Esq., the OitidW/Xeiiufaee in tho nbova EstRtq, nil the OUTSTANl^Cr/ecOUNTS in his Estato, OH prr*Rchedule rilgfaiwOie Supremo Court of Now South Walea. /? f ^f. T. BOTCH, 6C1 Agent for. the Official Assignee in that Estate. aStthoAnsolvent Estate of Mr. D. McKenzie, . ^?-Lj Waratah. . :; 'r^kE&AZ KOTICE.f/f/* ;.?'.:....

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MISSING FRIENDS IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

MISSING FlilENDS IN AUSTRALIA. The following letter has boen handed to us for publication. Ic was received by G. Mitchell. Esq., of this city (American Vice-consul), on the 22nd instant. We believe wo aro correot in saying that Mr. Mitchell lias uddreaaed a reply to Mn. Tidy man, which will luivvu by the outgoing Suez mail :.— . Kokoaku, Dodge County, ^ia.,' _ «? _ ? . 'January C, I808. j VKMl MIR— 1 Have got a little business I wish yon would be so kind us to nttonil to. My mothor has got a brother in Australia, and the wishes to find him. Her sister in Eng land lifts got his mldrcss, and her excuse ia tlint she Has lost it. I have a couairiUhat has just come oat from England, ' and he has told so much an to say lie has got the addrcm bat xhe nover will know it. My undo, they Bay, is very rich, and they don't want mother to .know, anything about him. is name is L.vu.vnok.Nbwhain; my mother'* name is Margaret Tidymun, wiia before marriuge MnrgiirefNowsahi' She is a widow now ; her h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 28 March 1868

Treason.— A telegram in Wednesday's Herald from Goulb'qrq says : — A man named Bartholomew Toomey has beenootonitted for trial under the Treason-Felony Act, for. Baying-' It served tho Prince right, he had no buainesB ia this aifaatry.' Hollow ay'b Pills.— Bilious Affeotioni.— In the spring' and tail ot the year, nothing is nuns common, and few ail- . menta more distressing, than the class of diseases dependant on a disordered liver. The sensation of nausea, heodoohe, lutlevnesB, and Iobs of appetite, will at onoe l)e recognised as tljo symptoms of liver affections, whioh can only be relieved by regulating tho action of that organ. Holloway's pills exerciso a healthful influence over the biliary secre tion, known and appreciated throughout Great Britain and her colonies. These pills euro after everything else fails. Sufferers for years from biliousness, filok-hcadaohp, and livor complaints have boon thoroughly restored by these pills to sound health and a good digestion, who previou...

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