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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 November 1893

BRIEF MENTION. Fresh breaddaily at Aberdeen HaUerv. H. 1.. Cook was a caller at the comity seat Tuesday. County Commissioner .1. O. Wilson was in town Monday. .1. Wilderhore li ft on Wednesday lor a j two weeks' visit in Sail Francisco. John Terry returned home on Monday from a business trip on the Sound. (let your milk at the l'ioiieer Dairy, if you want good milk and good ineaure. * J. W. Moore returned on Monday from a few weeks' stay at his fruit ranch in ()regon. (ieorge Kanisey went to Orting on Tuesday, to eat Thanksgiving turkey with old-time friends. For Hint heated reeling'—Take Wcin hnril's Heel'. The ferry boat I'rogroßs sustained an injury to her boiler on Monday afternoon, necessitating a short lay-up. The members of the Settlers' League are requested to meet at their room on F street tomorrow (Friday) evening. To niil pigX'Stinii tHUi'cuie Small Mill! Rcaa alter entiiifc'. 25c. per liultlu. Miss F.va Ennis and Miss Anna Mai l'ierson went to Montesano today to eat Than...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 30 November 1893

Farm, Orchard nm J Union WIN Tilt Al'l'l.liS. VAItIETIKS KEI.O.MMENDEI) ISY THE STATU llOAKL) OK lIOKTKTI.Tt.'RE. The Esopus Spitzcnlierg may be con sidered one of the l>est apples for this en tire Northwest region, or as good as any other variety jet known. In Eastern Washington it seems to have been planted more extensively then on the west side of the Cascades, and therefore appears to to bo more profitable for the growers, but it is generally considered by all good judges equal to the Newtown l'ippin for profit, and unsurpassed as a dessert fruit by any other variety. It originated at Esopus, 011 the Hudson, New York. The tree has slender shoots, and when in bearing has long and hanging limbs. The fruit is large, oblong, tapering roundly to the eye; skin smooth nearly covered with rich, lively red, dotted with distinct yellow russet dots; flesh yellow, rather firm, crisp juice, with a delicious, rich brisk flavor. With proper cultivation and care this apple will undoubtely be...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 December 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD '111. II THE HOLIDATSI Felts, Linen Scrims, Fancy Satins, Hamped Linens, Surah Silke, China and India Silks, Plushes, Velvets, etc., etc. Agents for Belding's Embroidery, Crocheting, Knitting and Sewing Silks. Chenille Cords, Pon Pons, Tassels, Gilt and Silver Braids, Fancy Cords, Passamentries, Ribbons, Marking Cot tons, Spanish Worsted, Germantown Worsted, Saxony Worsted. Zephyr, etc. [ A Small Amount of Money will buy a very useftil ' and handsome Christmas present at our Store. \ ■oklas & Kaufman. illE HOUSEHOLD. "HliiUSjßaiiity and Palatable Samhvlclirs s City. I eminent Francatilii, who was a • SleniJ" 1 Curenia and chef to her majesty a{r jS anil subsequently to the Reform JJVas the inventor of "Adelaid" sand ntioncil'ff s ' w,licll were ,10t dainties, the ■ being stamped out in a circula 15Sffl|»nd fried in clarified butter toa light burSeeiijl co ' or " Between two of these ' wons was placed a preparation of min- —Booked chicken and ham mixed with HID l'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 December 1893

AU'is'itv-i herald. Thursday. December 7. 1893. ISSUED EVEIIY THURSDAY BY — JAMES K. C.IRTON". TERMS OF SUBSCllIl'TIOS: One year, in advance 12 00 Six montiis 1 00 Three months 75 Advertising rate* oil application. Entered at the postomce at Aberdeen, Wash., a< second class mail matter. Notices of births, marriages or deaths printed free. Obituaries, cards of thanks, or resolu tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. The Seattle Telegraph makes the as tounding assertion that the importations of agricultural products now equals and will soon exceed the exports of the same. What basis there was for the assertion, or what arguement from a Democratic standpoint there was in it, is hard to dis cover. According to the report of the treasury department the imports for the first nine months of 1803 of live animals, meat and dairy products, eggs, barley, corn, oats, rye, wheat, flour and other breadstuff's, seeds, vegetables, fruit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 December 1893

lef mention. 1 II bread daily at Aberdeen I'akerv. . I. Sutton arrived in tlie city from \ ■1110 lust evening. L Thomas had business at the ■seat, Wednesday. Ifl Giahaui was in the city 011 (business, Tuesday. ■ Finch came over from Portland, By, to look after his interest liere. ■our milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if Bit good milk and good ineaure. * ■]>. H. Keith returned yesterday k few days' visit to friends in ha. L Wcatherwax was not only elected I but also elected to donate a silk fei Stapleford. les Ennis and Picrson returned 011 Iny from their Thanksgiving visit nds in Montesano. p. Fetterman departed 011 Tuesday lleiisburgh, called there by the ■ illness of his brother. [household goods of the Kev. Geo. ky, of the Congregational church, |d in the city 011 Monday. P. Stock well, of the firm of C. E. M's & Co., departed for Seattle, ves j, 011 business for his firm. jrney N. W. Hush left 011 Tuesday nthlamet, Wash., where he has busi )f a legal nature to transact. inty Tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 7 December 1893

Farm, Orchard nml Garden t'llElil'.lKS. VARIETIES RECOMMENDED BY THE STATE llOAliL) OF HORTIC't'I.TI'KE. Cherries are divided into three varie ties—the Heart cherries, Bigarreau and the Duke and Morello cherries—the first has heart-shaped fruit, with tender sweet tlesh. Trees are of rapid growth, with large soft drooping leaves. Among the names in this variety are the Black Tartarian, Early purple (iuigne, Elton and Governor Wood. In the second class, or Bigarreau the fruit is firmer in tlesh and generally ot a large size. The growth of tree is vigor ous, with spreading branches and has very luxurient foliage somewhat droop ing. Some of the kinds in this class are Royal Ann, or Napoleon Bigarreau, Yellow Spanish and Elkhorn, or Trades cant's Black Heart. The third class, or Duke and Morellos, are distinct from the preceding; tree* are of smaller size and grow slowly; the lea ves are thick and more erect, and of a deeper green. The fruit is generally round and in color varying from l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 December 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD m m - II THE US I I'AWUi UUIIM Felts, Linen Scrims, Fancy Satins, Hamped Linens, Surah Silks, China and India Silks, Plushes, Velvets, etc., etc. Agents for Belding's Embroidery, Crocheting, Knitting and Sewing Silks. Chenille Cords, Pon Pons, Tassels, Gilt and Silver Braids, Fancy Cords, Passamentries, Ribbons, Marking Cot tons, Spanish Worsted, G-ermantown Worsted, Saxony Worsted, Zephyr, etc. A Small Amount of Money will buy a very useful and handsome Christmas present at our Store. troKLAs & Kaufman. THE HOUSEHOLD. W Wasteful Kconomlca: 9The first ami greatest of them all is Bw-priced service. Thereby you waste Ht merely your substance but yourself, woman whose mind is made up that Hb "will not pay more than twelve Hlars a month," usually finds life a long Htcession of "girls" in the rough, who wing a way as soon as drilled into Hne semblance of efficiency. No doubt He irritating not to reap when you have Hrn in troublous tears, but stop and bit. You were not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 December 1893

Aberdeen herald. Thursday. December 14. 1893 ISSUED EVEF.Y TUCI'.iDAY BY JAMES F. GIRTON'. TEi'.*« OF SVBSCRIPTION : O-ie year, in advance . 12 00 s:* months 1 00 | Three months .73. Adver-isiu* rates on application. Entered a* the postoflii-e a: Aberdeen. Wash.. a« second class mail matter. Notices of births, mnrriaces or deaths printed free. Obituaries, car is ><i -ha:ik>. or resolH tions of sympathy, etc., one-half regular read ing notice rates. THE ROAD CONVENTION. The state roads convention meets next Tuesday, and the result of its delibera tions is anxiously awaited. Not tiiat it can pass any law or give any roads; but if the convention can agree upon certain recommendations to the next legislature, they will doubtless receive the attention of that body as the expressed will of the people, and be enacted into law. What shall these recommendations be? Clearly the most important is the financial part. The method of construction and mainte nance are important, and must r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 December 1893

Brief mention. bread daily at Aberdeen Bakery. ' H. 11. Shields cauio up from Westport, Bo!' Kroenert Bros.'advertisement of goods. (■County Commissioner Wilson was in yesterday. ! JK>an Gillies and E. E. Case were down Klma, Monday. L. Moak, of Montesano, was at the hotel, Tuesday. goods sold by Max San ford will be free of charge. ■]{. E. Sand bach, of Ocosta, registered ■ the Pacific on Monday. Bfl'lie Review Club will met with Mrs. T. Dabney on Tuesday. ■ A fine assortment of holiday goods at Hk>wther's Furniture Store. ■ Mrs. W. B. Mack entertained the Saw- Hpst Club last Friday evening. ■g. \V. Clinton, of Humptulips, was in Hwn several days the past week. Htiet your nuts and raisins for the Hhristmas dinner at Kroenert's. B W. G. Peebles and Joseph Bernard, Bom Hoquiain, were in town this week. B Get your inilk at the Pioneer Dairy, if Boujvant good inilk and good meaure. * H Miss Mary Gleeson of the Satsop is Bisiting with Mrs. Landers in the city this H E. C. Chesebro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 14 December 1893

Farm, Orchard »™' Garden CIIEHIIIKS. VARIETIES KECOM.VENDEU lIY TIIE STATE BOAKD OF IIOUTIC ULTUKE• By unanimous vote of the board and indorsements of prominent fruit growers and horticultural societies, the following list has been recommended for Washing ton as a good selection : Royal Ann, Black Tartarian, Black Republican, Early Rich mond, May Duke, bate Duke, and recom mended for further trial, Bing and Major Francis. The Royal Ann (Napoleon Bigarreau) is very large, heartshaped, spotted and shaded with deep red, with pale yellow and amber skin. The flesh is very firm, with a good flavor. It is very productive, in seasons from medium to late, and very profitable for this state. The Black Tartarian grows very large here. It is heart-shaped, with slightly uneven surface, nearly or quite black. The flesh is dark, rich, nearly destitute of acid, with a very fine, mild flavor. It ripens early, or about the middle of June, is very productive, and is mild, sweet flavor renders it a pop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 December 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD m viil THE HOUSEHOLD. LOVE'S PLEASURE-HOUSE. ovc built for himscll a pleasure-house — A pleasure-house fair to see; he roof was Rotil and the walls thereof Were delicate ivory. iolet crystal the windows were, And gleaming and fair to sec ulars of rose stained marble upboro That house where men longed to be. iolef, golden, and white and rose, That pleasure-house fair to see, id show to all, and they gave I.ove thanks For work of such mastery. ovc turned away from his pleasure-house, And stood by the salt, deep sea— e looked therein, and he (lung therein Of ills treasure the only key. ow, never a man till time tie done That pleasur«-hoUBC fair to see mil fill with music and merriment, Or praise it on bended knee. —Philip liourke Marstou. 'rench Chickens.—Tie thin bacon over breast, put in pan with one small car one small onion stuck with two res, one small sprig of parsley. Half er withjiot water or stock. Cover the , and simmer forty minutes. Ke ire fowl, baste with b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 December 1893

Aberdeen iirvaiu. Tu.n>il. \. 1' ail> v ... ly.'S ,-VKD yVERV TIirR??AY ;AN! r - >* GIK TON. TCMS . " #1 Bit IIIPTK N :i o y oat. :u a ,!v.v . I- '» month* . 1 CO Three months Advtrt:*iu*; ... '. .. .-i". Kr.Ure 1 »»• the }»'•*• :V. k e a: AU r 'cen. ai second c '.as< :ur..'. r....'Ur Notices of birth*. ainlMMor iettkifdnu '. fr«. •»- vi i». sr t* f *v. ws. r r*.» .»f vtc . i.c .'a: :v„ l ing no::,''c THE HAWAIIAN MESSAGE The instructions ar.d correspondence in the Hawaiian matter haw ten t > congress by tie j-rohlet-.t with a speiiaS message. The ftcn s wh. l.are of s;>e al interest at this time ore t:.o it strttction« to Wiliis. They ate o.teh as r. ight K expected from any ::.a:t cf ».vrumen sens* 1 , and such as ar.y ..e. not » lv prejudice, mlgi.t liave cxpected Mr. Cleveland to sernh and lv.i\c th>e who have been so hud. tn condemning - tue wholly imaginary action in a very foolish position. Mr. Cleveland dees net :.<.-itate to condemn the action taken ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 December 1893

■lEF MENTION. bread daily at Aberdeen Hakerv. H. Weatherwax returneil today from M. Slater, of Summit, was a visitor on Monday. sold by Max Sanford will l>e free of charge. lloyle, of Ocosta, registered at hotel, Tuesday. Miller came down from his camp up the Wishkah, Monday. ■ yon sec those elegant Mcor- Hii and Itriar Pipes at Maley's? ■rill' Graham and County Treasurer down from Montesajio last Waldron departed on Monday for |Hnd, after sojourning in this city a Captain T. 11. Latham, of Monte |His visiting her brother, S. L. Moak, Hrcck. Bgo Bignold was down from Monte- Tuesday, as referee in the case of Hvs. West. finest baby carriages for the money place on the harbor, at Crowther's ture Store. Stout's Japanese Bazaar is the to get a pleasing Christmas present little money. Bfme assortment of candies, fruits, |8 and raisins just received for the Bay trade at Kkoknekt's. ■ L. Paine left on Monday for Port ia where lie was married, last night, Eva Davenport, of that city. Cle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 21 December 1893

Kiirin, Orcluml ntul (J anion n:\r.s. v\Rii:rii:s kkoommi:ni)i:i> iiy thk statu hoard ok nonrict i ri'HK. The trees of thin fruit belong to the same genus as the apple tree: their hab its of growth a'nd hearing are similar and therefore in many tespocts require similar treatment. The fruit is produced to very large size, lino quality, and trees are prolific w hen proper attention is given them throughout this Northwest coast. The trees are generally hardy and thrive well on the clay soils, and have as yet fewer insect enemies tlian the apple. The marketable fruit sells at a high price and the future market prospects are good to insure the grower very profitable re turns. A pampered, rich soil to start with is not essential to successful pear growing. The pear will exist in a variety of soils, but attains greatest perfection in clayey loam. F.ven on still" clays the tree w ill grow and produce very satisfaetoiy results under tho ameliorating influences of the preparation and cultu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 December 1893

ABERDEEN HERALD »<■ E HOUSEHOLD. uit Like a Woman. Chicago comes a delightful of Greek. In the clos of the Exposition a weary came into tlieparlors of sh exhibit, and sitting I a handsome sofa, first nesting B cushions, then turned and put to secure a recnmbent posture, this, a Scotchwoman, who rge of the exhibit, approached ted. im tired," said the other wo d I wish to rest." however against the rules," b manager, "that these couches used to lie upon; I will bring cushions and make you as com n possible, but you can not lie e." lam from England. This place just for us, and why shouldn't nfortable?" t argue that with you, I am here ) the rules, and must obey my ins." ler woman continued to protest, nore offensive as she was met ;inued firm, though civil resist- I at last she played what shecon ler trump card. tin," she exclaimed, drawing p, "it is time that I let you know n; lam a second cousin of the [Argyll." Icotch woman's eyes gleamed. I settles it," she replied instantly piv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 December 1893

A■' "tT xifFai 1 1. Ti£.r>wi;<- !• ■ ~>: l.'rS . jLMT> T l .l:Z S TI.V.K* :•? k: i:f: k. * T : > Li rear .uiru :•{ ti M * X 11) i 'liLlif • 1 IK T: .-£•• U'.'LlLf a:': riitiiuc ru* if .-i. l:-: . :-i* k i i-'t-Ti'i t* :i t )•*- .ftuH u; i. :»t roeex * uKk t k£ : aliSf 2kt. H.U~i * Satinet id :• r£h* mil iliwj> .•• SMtffcSfiteA&£ !-fi tlilUfcT 6S Mfffll ! M MSB 1 * M.f . grmjwit; •. ia•.-: u nfShi ml .k£ u;ci!'t "U'ff. EA??T .VET TEAR Tiit aid vsar > ifiar ka: s;»:»t v . asberei _a iat nora.ar :c :at .v.v Lx* fix a»i axi li.t 7'txr aa-f tjusr .*%? :x~:* tai ifiiorf kai I«t'r J.VI -1 lat ITkVt v_iii Lbost lidfi afc*t p; »!»■: :»e)art Tat lit ¥ ciuaet it fclj k? k ux» Ji-s via ha:* kai boxnrfijjrr 1:01 .if luin Tat sau:-k --t*s a: liit o>i iiSk:»:»a.Liratii*f ki i :k_- ure? krt s:xktx af ka 1 a.»:* :x* i-£k.i ikkea possessore . Tit ih* j w a n kal :»arr i: *:x: ' .: .* i.c via. or vot' Tat >i yaw i;»:>£* 3>:»rt akcuri L.ki urUL.. i: tsi rrr:.? ia*r ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 December 1893

■IEF MENTION. tool opens next Tucsilav Jameson, of Montcsano, was in last night. A. J. West is slowly improving, al- still confined to his bed. last Saturday for Montana, he has extensive mining interests. your milk at the Pioneer Dairy, if good milk and good ineaure. * J. W. Moore left on Tuesday for to s|iend the holidays with Hvc.;. Spoon is building a house on Hwishkah street, adjoining George new house. O. Ileggen. pastor of the Norwe ■Methodist church, is confined to his la grippe. ■ Rix Robinson leturncd from Oregon and will remain in the city Hig the winder. R F. Hill, engineer at the waterworks, of Christinas dinner with his Hnts, at Klma. H-s. A. K. Wade is down from North Hr, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith, and other relatives. Hitil gone we will give a World's Ht Souvenir Spoon with each cash pur- He of $5 or more. 11. L. Cook & Co. Hervy Robeson spent Christmas in tho B, returning to Edison on Tnesday. B- Robeson will not return for a few Hts. Br. and M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 28 December 1893

Farm. Orchard Garden Wktu-Ffd Fork Some the industries of St.Paul. savs the Hor.eer r.rein a thriving condi tion. Among them is the Sooth St. Paul stocky a*is. where the packing-houses an? doing a much brisker business then ev-r before. Their receipts of h:<gs are 50 per cent greater than last yaar. and it is an interesting fact that there has beer, a very large increase in the numbered h:-g? re ceive! from northern pert if tie state and North Dakota. On some of the roads the receipts have tripled and quadrupled. This is significant as showing the rmpid transition which is going on in that sec tion from an exclusive devotion to wheat culture to a diversification cf the farming industry. Another interesting fact it that the hcts iroru this section are of considerably higher grade tha;i those of the com re gion. There is a decidedly larger per centage of perk to the pound of live h:g in the receipts from the Northern belt then from any other, because they are fed chiefly on barley,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 January 1894

ABERDEEN HERALD |m~ HE HOUSEHOLD. TIIK WIND. that lie Kd bare beneath the wintry sky, symphony, what vast emotion, thee from the ocean? I known, the blue-eyed Spring Kt mountain-pools was wandering, lilies on the steers were blown, Hdim wood with madrtgak resounded, Be so unbounded! gather darkly In the west Hhc world Is robed in sombre gray; gull wdccis about her iocky nest, mora nlway; Hugh the rising storm my heart rejoices, Hy the wild wind-voices! T. Tyler, in January Lippincott's. ■ffect of Parental Influence. ■Ladies Home Journal publishes Botes of Henry Ward Beecher that ■ever before appeared in print. On ftct of parental influence he says: ■n I was a boy I learned some ■, and committed to memory an in le number of texts, and waded a ■ distance into the catechism, never B through it, and I forgot them Brery quickly. But Ido not think ■hem put together exerted any ma linfluence upon me, either one way ■ other—they did not remain in my ■o be understood when I was older; Breat ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 4 January 1894

Aberdeen iieraiti. Thursday. January 4. LSiU. ;?C-VED EVERY THTRSr'AY jame? r -.-it:ton term* r>. r->;s.:r7.: \ o~c year. :r. ft.lri?. •-? S2 X' rconli.* • . 1 «X> r.*irff Jsos*h» A.l v t r..j * c r*:«- «*. y . i:;or. £st<ri\i i: !>. e .•. *« A :«er:c?r.. w«h »« ftc\ zd : .iw ri:'. r Xotittl of Tarr:**-?* or dCiQtt ptia*«'•- frf-e OMnam.r.tSs ar 9 .* of :itr.k«s or rtk\v t-oa* of lynpttiy. i. :~e> L.i Ttz:.".xr rt* .'. it? sot;* rL:t± ORGANIZE DEMOCRATIC CLUBS. The IVasiV-ratic s.viety of Washington, pursuint to * re*;cost from the National asKviation. hit is#ne.i a call so observ* the anniversary ci Gen. .'aokson's victory over the F.nglifh a: New O;loir.#. and a; the si:ve time jvrfect and make ;vru-.a nent a.i lecal crganitition#. T:i# autii versayr occurs res; Monday. sad we would like to seo a roasinc meeting of the IVen-.oerats of Aberdeen and •... iuity on that day to eelti-at-e the mentors': e vic tory. which de. dev. tie swor.d contest with Fncland Gen. Ja...

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