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The Primary Producer. HOW WE [?] FARED [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

.The Primary Producer. HO# WE JUB FARED Goldabroagh, Mort and Co. Lid's. :Annaal Review of the Australian '"Wool Trade for the Reason 1913-14 -ohronioles another aacoessfal year in . the most important branch-the wool ontput. The, olip of 191S will add £32,000,009 to Atmtrarlia's '-wealth. Outstanding feature* of the -seMio^-iiare been the joeeption of free . VodLnito America, and the ctwallj < increased volume of exports of frccen . mutton and lamb. The former is one - of the most importunt efenta for many Teat's. The population of the United States nt the -censna of li'LO wan ' 72,256,630, which Brew at the last ? census taken in 1910 to 93,402,1 fli. In the same period the number of ?hoop had fallen from 61,736.014 to *',97216,000, the latest estimate placing '!iba figures as £l,4S'2,OO0, the same ..>»nthority giving the year's killings -as f l5,000;000 Bheep and Iambi. W* . hark therefore an increase of nearly K«0 p«r cent, in population, and a de at 3.5 per cent, ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

Court Fixtures. The. following are the Police l&gis-' trate'a days of attendance at the courta of this part of the Caatleraaine Dintrial: LaooeSeld-Wcdbesdays, 1) a.m. January 21, Fobrnarj 18, March 18 April 15, May 20, Jane 17. Bomtey-Wednesdays 2.30 p.tn on tame dates a* Lanoe6eld. Woodend-Mondays, 3 pm. Jan nary 12 and 26 ; February 9 and 23; Maroh 9 and 23 April ; 27 , May 11 and 25. and Jane 22. . Kyneton-Tuesdays, 10 a.m. Jan nary 6, 13, and 27 ; February 3, 10, and 24, March 3, 10, 24, and 31; April 7 and 28; May 5, 12, and 26 ; and Jane 2, 9, 23, and 30. Licensing Courts will be held as follows:-Lancefield district (held at Bomrey)-Jannary 21, February 18, March 18, April 15, May 20, and Jbhe 17. . Kyneton-Jannary 6, Febrtiary 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, and Jone

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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100,000 Murderers at Large. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

100,000 Murderers at Lsrg«. govaethicg Uke 19^000 .murders are committed every year div the ^Unit ed States. According to- reccnt.dis closures 100,000 murderers ore'Jrce, and' 75,000 of them have'never ev-ah Been tho inside of a jatf. Borne amazing cases ol tho way in ftfoieh, the law is evaded are felted. Ib *>ne instance >a Tnan -escaped . .©nviction lor burglary because the indictment stated that six persons, inhabited the house which he rob-! bad, and the proof showed only .five.: lo ariofher ca#e the 'Court dte-' atMed -aa -indictment bo<-aus£ itJhe word "father"' .had two in St., another cdurt did thi* eaiue because the letter was 3c+t -out in: ^malice;" and still onbther 'l>ecau6B( rib* '.*" wan left out of "brennt." But tho worst easo ktio<rn is that -^.feareiii a -court -*3l©W6d a erirainsU lo .scape ^becaus* the in^ietaunt de scribed the crime as being "against | rtks PMCC and ^dignity -of State," dosfceMl-a? "the State." Iu Texas. + BtSQ -te...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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(All.Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

(All.Rights Reserved.) ? THE Secret Island. Story of a Strange Exciting Adventure. HJT W. Murray Graytlon, Author of "Matthow Quin," "Tho Ourso of tho Curdown," etc., otc. SYFWWMS OR PSARVROT79 PARTS.'I WrMe oil * trnisc round thn world is uteara yacht "Boadlcea," Dick YMentine, only son of n wealthy BncUMi 'criticroan residing at Heron C*urt, witnesses a strange p.neno pn nn(.c3 iu mid-occan. An Ironclad oruifier , stopa . tlie cargo steamer CJoldon Hern, bound for San Fran cisco, nutl forcibly abducts from the ealiin Captain Paul Volborth; a fam ous Kumiiaii military englneor, who lnis oHOaped from Siberia. 'l'bo Url tibb tnuu-ol-\vur Malta, in answer to oiit uu-umor's. signal of distress ar rival tou lute ..to be af'.any'assist ants, for tin: " mysterious cruiser, as auuii at: tl:i Mttitit is sighted vanishes at \ ;l)ick recognises vut of tbt oniiwrfi..n>f'ti»e MhRr to be. UniUnnaiV G**aylll0. ? .Six. mouths nft.'cr liis return :,to Kilt-land, Dick learns of tho. failure, of t...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

To Advertisers lTOXipE^ IK contcqucnce of InereattDg Demands on our Staff wo have.beean compelled to toake the following KegaUtioni, which will be strictly adhertd to. ALTERATIONS to Siindiog Adftr* tfoementa must reach this Office BEFORE MOON oa Tuesday. MARKET Report* will not be inserted in the sobseqaent Issue itbanded in AFTKR MOON oa Wednesday. | HERBERT GOLDING, I Mercary.'* Proprietor. | Uaofleld, 29/I/'14. The Danger ofWonns Stomach and Intestinal WornjB are one of the most common complaints 1 throughout Australasia. Indigestion Is a primary cause, or they may be produced by Constipation, or through the eating of tainted food or food improperly cooked. There is also the possibility of their Introduction into the system In the form of cyets or germs In fruit and meat, eo that all classes of the community, irtespect* ire of age. are liable to this com plaint It is not alone the irritation and annoyance caused by these para* sitical animals that infest the stom* ach and bowels...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

So Simple aad Strong, They Cauuot go Wrong. Simplicity Li a great thing in a sewing nmchlne.-especlally when YOU live in the country and have to its it yourscll. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts than .ny o^ber-nothing to get out of order. Poundscheaper than others We pay trelRht to your station guarantee every machine- und let you have it on easy terms. Write (or illustrated Catalog-post Iree. Machine* of oil make* repaired, Needles and Parts supplied /or any Machine. 36-38 ERROL STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE Auction?, Adamson, Strettle and Co., Prop. Ltd,, STOCK & STATION AGENTS Victoria Horn Bazaar, / BOURKI3 ST., MELBOURNE, / Hold Rales of Hornofl tit tho Bazaar evory' Wednesday. j At Newmarket- , SREEI*-TuofldayH, / FAT CATTLE-WodnoBdays. / At Corporation Market- / PIGS h CALVES-Tliurndayu/ DAIRV & STORE OATTLK-FriiUyB Land and Cleaving Sales" con ducted in any part of the State, Lancefield Market First Monday in EachjMonth, Fall information can bo obtained from th...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield mercury With supplement, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1974. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

LANCEFIELD MERCURY. With supplement. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914. Mr J. Casey, contractor for the mail between Woodend and Lancefield, has purchased the business of the late Cr. W. J. Manson, who ran a wagonette and other conveyances between Wood- end and Braemar House; also his livery and letting stables at Woodend. The Rev. R. J. E. Hayman preached at Christ Church on Sunday evening to a large con- gregation, and made a stirring appeal to the sympathies of the   parishioners on behalf of the Home Mission, and expressed the hope that they would liberally   respond to the vicar's appeal, which would be made shortly. At the meeting of the Loyal Lancefield Lodge of the Man-   chester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows on Tuesday even- ing Mr W. A. Gallpen was app- ointed secretary. Mr Simmons, porter at Lance- field, was formerly at Rupanyup, and shares in the first prize a- warded that station by the Rail- way Department for its garden. A favorable...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

POSTA^ INFORMATION. Mails are despatched from the Pos Offico, Lamm-HcM, ns allows ^-Daily 'Uornsoy and Melbourne (Sundays excepted) -mail cto^i'S at 7 a.m. ami at 4.250 p.tn. For Ksnu l«*lata on TuundiiyH and Fridays, CIupc.h at 11.00. Unuhftml, Nuwhara, and Wnodnnd, daily, jlc-es at 2.15 p.m. Kilmoro on Monday W«dni»sday and Friday, and for Spnuytiti.- ">n. sainc days. cl<l8tK2.30.piIl Tin# Lai.u.-lk'M Post Olfipo j« closed daily at ft p.tu-. (>n .Saturday nisht? the office op* u* for delivery of l>'U»»r« at fl.30 p.m. ; on othir ,,ight&at 8.30.

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Rochford Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Rochford Rifle Club. l On Wednesday evening u dauee was held by the Kochford Rifle Club, and tho gathering was nmdo the opportunity for u presentation to the club's captain. There wns a' biff attendance, which included a good crowd from Lancefield. The pre sident. (Mr J. H. Cook) handed to tho captain (Mr .los. Anderson) h hand somely framed group of photographa of tho members, with tho captain in the centre. Ho said some years ago there was a little boy who came to lioohford, and played the same trick* as other boys. Bat be grew up to bo a man, and bad dooe good work for the district. Some years ago, when they formed-the Rifle Olub, they had to get a captain, aod hardly knew whom to Bolcct, and they also had to get a range. Tho .only aite they could get was very scrubby, and they hardly knew how to manage, but tho captain organised a working bee* They woro met wjth the principal object of raak* iuur tho captain a presentation, and h« had very great pleasure, on behalf of the Hochfo...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

SHIRE JNFOHMATION. Lancefidrt shire -Aren. 88 sq. railo Population of ghiic, 1202. Number o iwellitiga, 262. iloiutKjy ah ire.-Area. 35 Bq. mile«. Popu* Intiou of feliiic 1Q00. Number of dwfllHngfli 420. Springfield pbire.-Area,- 111 eq. mil Population of shire. 706. Number, o dwellings,.114. ' " . .' Pyalnng sbire^Are®; 220 sq. mttee. Population of sluro, l£O0: .. Number"; r: dwellings, 380. 'V: .' ' : Nowbam.Woodeni; Bb'ire.^ATCtt,. 100-q. .j miles; 2i00,J*~~ Number' of".-' :dweiltuj»&, 4 '2. .

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION. .. Lancefteld Shire Council;-Meetings hold oo last .Friday in -every month. :Coun .cillora: MfBftra J. Waddell, M. !Foy, A. Johnston, W. M'lntnsh, J. M'Hlhfn ^ey, J, Harley, R. F. Btaokett, R. Hemphill, 'And R. OrAham. Acting Necre*ary. Mr P, J. McMahon. Health officer, Dr'ftnnia Dairy inspector, Mr McK«mzie. Pound keeper, Mr J. "Waterland, Inspector of ouisa&coe, Mr J. M'Convlle. Lancofrald Waterworks Trust.-'Com. miftftionera meebliot Friday in every month. Acting Seorotary Mr P. J. MoMahon. I«nncefleld Horticultural Snotaty.-? The committee hold thoir meetings on the Monday on or hi>fora tho full raoou, Soc., >Hr\T. WfttftrUnd. i v,a-.i' -?"> Lancefield Mechanics' Institute.'-The .committee unset second Friday '*in oaoh* month, lion' eccretarv, Mr J. Derrick; -3vibrarian,«Mr leha Watorlund. «Liincenei-. Rifle Clnb,- Oiptain, Mr tl. Foy ; ancretary, Mr M'Elhlnney. 'LanceBold Brass 'Band.-Practice held weekly. Bandmaster, Mr A, -0'C*£laglmn *rcre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

iliondon & 4 .ancashire !Pipe Insurance Co. tAi| kmda nf PKUSoNAI, ACCIDENT SffflKHKSS POLICIES 'Usced. . ©o.oota.Ur completion; wi& »bo«, ?*7«*lthy,bo*|>o,:a^0,, * Workman . In®urwi<« ;?oHoy- jf Pire Insuxau-oa. >? . .WTit«ifor.-p»rtioaUnsotc. , | ilmurance . ,j i gaiwst;V . -I !P«rsa»al Accidont btwinotn h»» .under. f.«i liw v««r<. Premiums bn»o vb<>cu rodoMi, bcndrttn iucroM.I, *oi new f«h«rae». including Io«ar«uce »g«m»t : Illnesses »ud' DicOiinej, indicate » B"!1* jvanoB on anything contemplated in itbecariy yoara of tlin bttsiaeaa. -bottl sgont-I."Holding, ? " Moroary ' ,«&ce. i THE iSi'O HO ON (N RECTORY w (Published Annually) /Scabies trader® throughout'the World'to , cofuacbicatc dlrwct witb.Gngliah ^MANUFACTURERS ANDJ.-CEALERS v-:o eftch claaaof a;oodfl. Besides being a. com plete commerci.it guide to London nnil its a anbucbn, the directory contains Hats of f$XFORT MEffiCHAtfrS * / ,..wilh tbe{G<...

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

.CLOSE SEASON FOE, GAME. Tlio Wholo Year.-Laughing jackass, ornu, kuajjjiruo (giey ami roil), lyro-birds, imtivc bearc,.; owls, swallow, mo|jokt;s, platypus.'etc. .Vrt'ai 14th (Uiy-Kjf Juno to the 20th day t)f DccPtnber iaonob jeur.-BluoU swan, wild gew« i» nil kh«Ui. I'Votu ]Ht <l»* 'of AiiL'uat in roch ypnr to tlx* lii»t tlr.y of PelTTC.iry following.-Qunil, br<ti)'jo«winpcil or uther wild piteous. . yibll ?-.I'com.'1st «lay of J-eptembur tothe lfitlP day of. DectJnibui-'sn oiiuh y«nr.-Dlnck h»b : Fnmi lstd«yd?'M»iy to tho Mxt Jay of August.in i-itch VMnr.r-Kngiisb troirt \./...??* tioji Ut July to ,15th Ootdb'ur in fach yoar.-Murray<cod, perch, aud brosm. .

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[?] RATES AND REGULA[?] [Where the term "The Common wea[?] is used in connection with [?] rates and regulations it includes Pap[?] Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

'%A|-£S AND RECUL.VilOHi [ [Wlu'vj the term J'Th© Common j wea»i.h" is use<3 in connection with thw»* rutttf unci regulations it inoiudus fapiia Irfkrd Howe IxJanJ, and Norfolk islauii. t LE'lTKtta. For every i ounce or fraction thereof, .or delivery within the Common wealth ,. » 0 I >" delivery in *h* British Em pire ^ 0 1 delivery in'thw Now Hebrides, 'auks, mid Torre* lulandsi .,0 2 . delivery -in other places .... -0 -2} UtfriEKCAHDS, ?i' delivery within the-Commonwealth: ..Single, Id. ouch; reply, Id. each half^ i* -or delivery -iii-the Uritiah. Kmpiru.Mieu .i^iifrv oS places -under '"Le-ltera .)-Siii t gle. Id.-eaoli. ' /or delivery in -Now Hebrides, 13urnk&, .a/id Torreo island*-Singie, I'd. each. Per -'delivery >in 'other placed- Single, 2$d. each. pos^CAKDS. Singl® Portca>rd» impressed with }ih« ftd. and Ueply or-doublo cards, ^eaoh halt of wliioh has the Id. #tanip impressed thereon,, niay be ;tra.ii&uiifcteu -to plaoee within the Common...

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GINGER BEER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

GINGER BEER. Three lbs. sugar, 2 large lemons (sliced),'-Vloz. 'cream of tartar, 2oz. whole ginger (crushod), loz. ground ginger, A'gal. boiling w'atcr, adding a : cup . of yeast when lultowanu. Leave " till worked, probably 2*1 hours, amV bottlo.

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LANCEFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

LANOEFIELD MARKET. Adamson, Strottle and Co. Pty. Ltd. report having held their usual monthly sale at their Laucefield yards on Monday last, whoa a Urge supply of all classes of stuck came to hand. There was a good attendance of Weal and outside buyers and competition was brisk throughout the sale. 497 cattle yarded, the bulk consisted of eood quality young cattle. A fair number of springers nud mllk^ra were offered and r«ther a good supply ol beefy and fleshy cattle. Prices on the whole weri* very satisfactory ami quite equal to those obtained at our previous fiale; ftimos>t a total clearance was effected. Forward springers £G to£'J 7* 6d, b -ifera £4 5s to £5 10s, odd ones la £6, milkers £4 15s to £7, backward cows £.I io £5 iV, f*t cows to £7 12s 6J, fat heifers to JB5 Ifis fat bullocks £G 10s t*» £7, beefy cows £3 10* t»> £4 15s, steers 2J years old £4 os to £5, steers and heifers 13 mouths old £2 12s to £3 2a 6dt vcalern 35s to £3 5$. lioesof poddies from 14B to 2rte, ext...

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SEA-PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

SEA-PIE. You will require for:'..this some beefstenk or some nice pieces of beef,-Allowing---enough for each per son. A little fat bacon Is a nice addition, and about JmU n pound ci livor,. You - also require some onions; a carrot, a piece of.turnip, t\ndN a tituViC ot . celery-all cut small. .Cut the meat in small pieces, aud season with salt anil pepper ; clean the vegetables alternately into a large deep saucepau, and add a little water. On the top' place a round piece of suet pastry, about an inch thick. This should fit the top oi the saucepau. Cover with the lid. ullow the contents to boil up oncu. draw to the side, and simmer for three hours. . To servo, plaeo moot and vegetables In a hot dish, and put the pastry on top, cut in four pieces. Potatoes, plainly boil ed, are served in a well-warmed vegetable dish. '

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NEWMARKET SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

NEWMARKET SHEEP SALES. Ad&mson, Strettlo and Co. Pty. Ltd. re port : - FAt Sheep-19,800 yarded, comprising IS2J trucks and Ifttt by road. There whs a (very full attendance of the trade and graziers, the latter operating cautiously. For n\\ good and prime mutton, the demand was very spirited throughout at fully 1b advance on last week's host rate?, the market closing tirm. Quotations Prime xbred wethers 21s 3d to 24s, extra do do from 24s Cd to 27s lit], good do do from 189 9d to 20a Gd, sec i»tid do do from 15s fid to IS* 3d, inferior to 14s 4d, prime xbrert owes from 18s 9d to 20r ,Hd, extra do do from 21s to 25* Gd, good do do from 16s 3d to 20s 3d, second do do from 18s 6d to 16s, inferior from 10a 3d, prime merino wethers from ISs to 23x1m, few to 27s. good do do from 16s to 17s Cd, merino eweB from 7s 9d to 21«s, low'couditioiied ewes from 5a. They sold-122 merino ewes Geo. Sey mour, Romsey, at Us, 45 xbred wethora Chas. Summers, Laceolicld, to £1 Gs fid, averaging ?1, ...

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SCALLOPED EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

' SCAIjlioi'KT) EGCIS. ' Moisten i A teuaupful of' bread crumbs with sweot. itiillr. l'.ut .a .layer in tho.bottom of a buttered dish ; slice iiard-boilod eggs-and luy over, .with . butter, pepper -and salt. Coutinuo until vthe dish is full; sift grntcd.crumbs .. over tho *top ; spread with, bits of butler and sot in stove until brown.

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MILK JELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

SULK JELLY. Milk jolly or blanc maugc Is nour ishing* qs well as refreshing and If carefully-flavoured, ds generally liked. The flavouring should bo varied afl much ne possible. To add a small quurlerfptrit pot of black currant ? joliy to a pint of tho blutic-mnugo ' -flavours it very pleasantly, while brandy, almond, lemon and vntilUu [ cun aJaobo used to moke variety. -Junket is un exvellont food, aud, ! if wrved with whipped nnd flavour-J cd rtvnm, is extremely nourishing, j Milk soup is delicious if carefully | mude, and quite Inexpensive. To make it, put one pint of milk inn) double saucepan, or in a well-cov ered jar thnt ran be put in a oven. Add to it a littlo of any root vegetable you happen to havo on hand--turnip, carrot, onion, celery, artichoke-cutting them - into amnll pieces first. Lot simmer gently till the vegetable* urc louder, then strain, pressing the vegetables gently to get out the juice. Thicken slightly with arrowroot, add a flavouring of pepper and salt, and...

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