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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

QUKKN'SLANn. ;Tho rovenuo roturns for the quarter and nine months j ended 31st March aro as follow: — Quarter, ; £667,561, against £829,580 for the . corresponding quarter last year ; rovonuo for nine months, £2,451,442, against £2,787.865 ; cxpondituro for quarter, £773,633, against £721,562 ; oxpondituro for nino months, £2,501,445, against £2,352,554. Tho debit balance ending Juno last was £485,165, and nftor adding nine months' expenditure and tie ductinir niuo months' rovonuo leaves tho debit at £535,168. This does not include £250,000 intorost duo to tho end of March. //Tho Treasury roturns aro causing considerable uneasiness in commercial circles. In addition to tho dofloionoy of ovor £500,000, thoro will bo £500,000 intorost payablo before tho Houao moots, making the dofieit £1,000,000. Mr. Nicholl, of Puekapunyal, is tho poR scssorofla tamo fox whoso record should help to placo tho roynnrd family on n bottor footing with tho Ronoral public. Tlio fox in question is ft very g...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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how WE TOOK UP NEW COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

l^ow weTooj^ up jsTg^v poujxf v hvouT^BA^K, AJ\Tt) F0T\A\£t) A ^STATI Ojf

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE ORCHESTRA. VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

THE ORCHESTRA. VIII. On the other hand, perhaps, to the conductor. ' of an orohestra the most, depressing and irrita ting of tho performers are certain alow coaches ' — aolass of musical vehicles which would appear to owe their turbid locomotion to imaginary , -horses whom no effort will flog into anything like the required pace. . There was oiicb an orchestra— no matter when, or where— in which ' the first violins were almost to a man tho pupils of a very fine but very go ahead teacher, who had succeeded in infusing into their natures a good deal of his own fiery impulse; while on tho other' side were the second violins, mostly oldorly persons who had abdicated the throno of their youth, tho first violin- desk, and* so far, in ? accordance with their diminished energies, como : down in the world of tho orohestra. : The posi- ' tion of the conductor was not an enviablo one. It was as if he'were the driver of a long teamof 1 horses running in pairs, they on the off side ? being fine'...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. No. XII. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. ... No. XII. ',.-.-'. Various degrees of difficulty are found among the Lieder ohnc wurtc of Mendelssohn, somo numbers being quite within the means of moderately advanced players, and others requir ing muoh better developed technique and oom mdnd of the means of expression. Of the first book, numbers 3 and 5 are the most difficult, the latter so much so that it is rarely played by ordinary amateurs, although it is one. of 'the ! most beautiful. No. 1, bearing in Heller's . edition a title which may be translated. Sweet . Remembrance, is a fino example of a melody - sustained in the right hand with an accompani : ment of arpeggios * distributed- between both hands. The melody commences at' the end of ; the seoond bar preceded by a few arpeggios, and ' its proper accentuation is indicated by the marks . of phrasing. The slur over four -.descending notes indicates that the first of these. is clayed . more loudly than the rest, each diminishing in power, thu...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

BIRTHS. BARR.—On the 16th April, at her father's residence,     Geelong, the wife of P. Barr, Victorian railways, of a son.   LEVY.—On the 11th April, at 107 Keele-street, Colling-     wood, the wife of Joseph Levy of a son. SYME.—On the 19th April, at Elmhurst, Middle   Brighton, the wife of J. C. Syme of a son.     MARRIAGES.   BERRY-GILBERT.—On the 9th April, at the residence   of the bride's parents, Dropmore, by the Rev. A. Wilt-   shire, assisted by the Rev. L. Fitzgerald, John T., eld- est son of Thomas Berry, of Longwood, to Margaret   Jane, eldest daughter of W. H. Gilbert, of Dropmore,   late of Katamatite. WEIGALL-HAMILTON.—On Easter Monday, 7th April,     at St. David's Cathedral, Hobart, by the Right Revd. Dr. Montgomery, Bishop of Tasmania, assisted by the Very Revd. Dean Dunda...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

TASMANIA. H.M.S. Dart, which has been at Hobart for same weeks past, ban gone on a cruise. It is propdsad to hold an Industrial Exhibition in Lauucostun, opdning in Novombar next, and the mana^emmit announce that applications for space will bo received up to 1st July. Miss Hamilton, daughter of his Excellency Sir K. Hamilton, was married on 7th April at St. David's Cathedral, Hobart, to Mr. T. A 'Beckett Weigall, of Melbourne. The cere-   mony was performed by Bishop Montgomery, assisted by Dean Dundas and Archdeacon Mason.     Mr. ' Tom' Jonnings, the well known licensee . of ~ the Harvest Homo Hotel, the hoaviest and biggest man in Australia, died somewhat suddenly on the 25th March. He had been ailing'' for somo time past, and dropsy setting in his death was not unexpected. His weight was 32 stone ; height, 5 feet 10 incites; chest measurement, 68 inches ; waist, 82 inches;. round calf, 20£ inches'—' Mir. Jennings was a nativo of Stream Head...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COCKATOO PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

THE CbOKATO0ii?'iBST^ ^-VYetty^cookio sitting^on .his. highly.. polished* tin stand!- arid/iiixing his limited vocabulary in reply to 'allquestions wliatebevor is looked upon is rather n.eootl fclmiir t'o'have in tho lionso. but ]-retty cookie: with his foot on his native hoath, otherwise; the \fhrii-iqrjsV wheat field, is n good deal of a curtie.'hjiuvthe northorn part of Vic toria the fariner».has a number- of. tilings to contend ^v.ith* whuii ho puts in a crop, Hind thero it. a good.doal of the/casting your broad upon the waters and-it -shall return to you about it. In the firstiplace,, haying got his seed iiv, ho .has -to takecare the cockatoos anil native companions do not tnko it out .agaiii.',*-- Driving, along the roads olio will see/ Homo of tho sown paddocks white with these mischievous birds, and woro they allowod to, remain they wonl'il not leave a seed in tho ground. Next to'- thorn in point of numbors, although equal in dostnictifin; come the native companion's; -Shoul...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ERST-WHILE CLIPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

AN 15RST- WHILE CLIPPER. It one had tho time and could get tho information, what aii interesting article could ho made -oat of _ tho histories of nome of tho old vessels now lying in HobsonN Bny. Un couth and old fashionod, bogrimmcil with coal, an unsightly dot-rick standing on tho dock, nine persons out of ten would pass thorn by as ,unworthy,of notice, but most of thorn have a history., With i the oxeeption of a fow, tlioy wore the clipjiors of a byo-gono ilay. They were the vessels which to thoso of the previous gon era'tion seemed as grand -as the llritannia or the Orizaba. seem to us. On their dock, fair Indies reclined tin. thoy crossed from tho old world to tho new. Their anival was a greater event than that of tho biggest and host stonmor that trades here now. And good ships they wore, and stoutly built with beams and planks, fitter to contend with the frozen sons of Capo Horn, than tho iion tanks that those who go down to the sea in ships use now. But their day is over. Th...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

JAMES M*EWAN & CO. LIMITED ??:' va '£» s s & jfiSJrassssss^ X-OSTDOZa- OIE-MIOD, 27 I.OMBAKD-ST., QATALOQ-tJEB POST FREE. .' ^^SBXB0PTBT-ATTJ0WBSTPO8SIBT,^BATBa ^ ^ __ ? ,„ .~,,o.Urr *nMTY UMULU. mAlllTIIAI OTIiDL IIMIiI-II Branches Throughout theOolonies and the United Kingdom. MU I UAL 61 MLUMI I tur „ ISSUH5 ™|ra^^y~- ™ ^ FLINDEES STREET, MELBOTJRJSE. annual income exceeds £300,000. , ^ y , ? WINE BEEB, SPIRIT and LIQUEUR. . . Premium9 ^ Moderate, and glides Entirely Free from Restrictions or Harassing Colons. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS and TOY. ^ .. I ^^^B^^^UHBH^IBBIBpBlil i^K CHINA and GLASS. bR^^^^^I^^^^^EwJjYIwSKThSB^OT^^hI BOOT and SHOE (Gentlemen's and Ladies'), ra3HSI10MflUf^^U^^^^^uAffi WOOLLEN and TAILORING. ' . ' HMBBBI|BMIBBBWWpHB^^^^^^^^^^E^^^^ general drapery. MANTLE. dressmaking. i JHB!BMH!nB!i^^^E^a3£iMaailiiaiMByifi UPttOLSTEBING— Curtains, Cretonnes, Window Blinds, &c. ? gWjf!^BPy!Wl^^^'*»*nillgElM21^^^^5BMlMiB FURNSS' BEDDING. BEDSTEAD. LIX...

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OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. THE INUNDATION AT BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

^Pllili: THE INUNDATION AT BOURKE. Tlio town of Bourko is the terminus'/ of, the: north-westerly railway system of No\v^J3ou.$li; Wales, and owing to its central situation it is one of tlio most important towns northof Sydney. The greater part of tlio traffic froifi western Queensland comes to it as by going overland there it saves tlio long journey from Brisbane and llockliampton, and when theijivor in navigable it is also in direct coininunication with Adolaido. It is also tlio centro* of ty largtj pastoral mul mining district, so that tlio calamity that has overtaken it is very littlosshort-of or national one. Owing to the late 'heavy floods in Now South 'Wales tho Darling,| on which Bourko stands, began gradually to rise. As it went highor and liighor tho inhabitants 'made' an embankment round tho town, but the cm bankmont burst, and to-day :Bourke is a sub merged town in the centre of a sea 40 , miles in extent. ' -Tlio sketchos wo give Lave from photos, .specially taken for Th...

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AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

After a very lowg spell of dry weather which proved . a great hindrance to agricultural operations, rain commenced to fall, generally throughout the colony on the 8th April and con tinued for throe or four days ; falling gently all the timo, noarly the whole. of the rain was absorbed, by the thirsty, soil, whioh was ., thoroughly moistened, nnd; *n*»° o,?)irselqf two ~\. or three days, the laud. was in excellent con dition for tho plough. Farmers tlien sot to.work, and have continued to do their best ever since jn ploughing and sowing ; very little rain lins fallen since, though in a few places more would have been advantageous, the ground having become too dry and hard to be wrought with ease. ,'. A fresh start was given to' pastures and vogotation generally, affording an increase of food ; . f or. tjatoojt, . eA£ept-_^ districtiTwhere grasshoppers. 'are'nuinorous and' have eaten the grass.. ^Tliese.pests have, been .still more numeroi|s;ibtb~e.noEtljtp|%-tl)e'Murray,; ; w.her'e^th...

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

Queen's weather ushered in tho Autumn Meeting of tho Australian Jockoy Club at liandwick on 5tl- April, when the opening cele bration proved of n highly successful character. The attendance numbered from, 12,000 to 13, 000 people, including sovcral hundred Victorians. Twelve candidates essayed to set the ball rolling in the : Hurdle Race,' which rosultod in Bell ringer's favor by something better than a head. ? The ' .Autumn Stakes attracted -six runners. This proved ono of the most fiorce and exoitiug battles ever .witnessed .on a' racecourse. If thqre:-.was ond - of itho horses wh'bae -prosijects looked more hopolcHS than another half a dozen ' strides from.home it was Carbine, for he was a a head behind- tho other two, but on O'Brien making-Ins final demand Mr. 'Wallace's horse responded with a supreme effort arid looked- as much a winner as either Melbs or Droaanouglit. On passing tho-post to say which had won was ?a matter. of ' imp'o'ssibility for anybody. outside tho judge's,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

That constitutional entity ? know as her Ma jesty s Opposition lms bucu manifesting somo slight symptoms of -vitality of late. P.ulia nicnt hasbceit summoned to incct for the' des patch ol business on tho 21&t of May, and us Mr. James MuniV, 'who 'succeeded' Mr. -Bent in tlie leadctship of the Opposition, is expected to let inn to Victoiia bufoio that .date, a meeting was lield some ilays ago foi the putposo of di'taiiging to cutei tain * him at' a banquet. About 20 uicmbots of the Assembly were picut'iit at the, {meeting, which was cott ^olled by citculiu, Mi.^ Hall, tho member for Mon a, and ox-political whij) of the Govom lneut, acting an socretmy. It is understood that un attempt will be madecaily in the sos'-ion to bini^ the Government to task ' iii rolati6n to the mismanagement ot the Railway dopaitmcnt, the nut plus From which Mi. Gillies was so proud . of last yoai, and 'other mattors more of an. iidmiuistiativo than - political charactci, and in older to do so Me jM...

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HOW WE TOOK UP NEW COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

HOW WE TOOK UP NEW COUNTRY. The saying 'taking up new. country ' is one that has long gone out of date, an far os A'iotoria and Now South Wales inie concerned, for the simple reason that thore is no new country to toko up. All has beon .'settled long rigo,' and he -who wishes to try his- hand .at '.pipiiL'oring-.hos 'got to make his way out' towards; the 'nortli western part of West' Australia ''/if' nothing,; but ?now. country will satisfy. /him. The -life- of- a pionoori .if-. a healthy ~ one, /is a vcry/hord ' out1. . Ic. is almost ono continued struggU'.vHe takes up, wo will say, a block: of cou'nti'j'i'puts lipa hut. and yards anil (ioes/sonio 'fencing. ; For about . 6 or 8 or 10 years ho strtiggloH along through drought and good season. , Aftor a' bit the country gets settled up and then .j.ho sells out and goes still further west to begin anew tho ,'old strugglo. :';'. Too great. jirnise cnuuot begivon ;to them,: for they are £he forerunners of civilisation, arid wore itnot f...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

QUEENSLAND. - ' Captain Cross, of tho snhooner Martha Heid, \ died at ' '?Rookhanipton ' from injuries .reoolvod in a gale off Cape Capricorn. The Government havo reserved 100 acres at Clnrleville for slaughtering and chilling- pur- poses. The site is convenient, and nonr tho artesian bore. Considerable excitement has been created in mining circles by tho receipt of a oablogram fro.n'L.r.don that a syndicate had offered £7 500.000 for tho Mount Morgan mine, being at the rate of £7 10s. per share, though the ruling quotation in Brisbane for the last few days has been only £6 5s. Tho offer is to ho considered by tho directorate on recoipt of fuller reports

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

Considerable satisfaction - has -.-boon ex pressed in commercial and. financial circles at the suc cessful floating of Hhe. loan. There is, however, . no immediate want of money, our, local, banks as shown by the returns for the past quarter, ?? being well in funds, and having little prospect of any extraordinary demand onNthpir resoxjrceH../ The Government account in London has been immediately^.--' increased by £800,000, repro-^ senting the application and .allotment . money of the ; successful ;; tendorerH,; and -: will bo , further supploineiited: on^.the . 20th - of . May ' and 20th of Juno by the moieties of.40 per cent, to be paid on tHp £4,000,000 at those' .-dates.,' There ..is a* quiat tono in business circles, 'and , at the moment thero appears to be. little dis-: ; position to move 'outside tlie narrow groove of.' our usual winter trade. With cheaper' money, however, some improvement might bo looked for, especially in the building trade. -Several ; largo town contracts a...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

INTE IJOOLONIAL JpWB, ; ' ; , NBT^-^bUTHv^ALES.',;:;,^ The' Maliarajairpf ;TJl\varleft Sydney, en route for Bombay, on_;29thMarcli.' ''?',. ,\ ThevRdUway-Cdm'missiioners^ have, accepted the tender of Huilsbhv Bros. ; fo'r ? 12JcdinpositB carriages and 25 brako vans ' 'at ?' a ? cost of £35,000. -? ,:,,,/ ? ??;:-,.???. ,v ?;..-:.-.:.. M'v Potor Herhort, governor: of.' -Gojilburn gaol, has been' appointed to. the goyo'i'iioi-ship of Dailinglinrst gaol, reudured vncallt by the death oi Govornoi1 Lovutt. ' ??'? ''/? ' ' ? /:*'i Tho Tiades and- Labor ? Council. 'have de cided that tho bnlancn of £760fprwaVdod by tho oounoil towards tho London Dockers' Strike Fund, and which has since been lyiiig^dre, lie handed over to the .dockers' union for' relief purposes. ? , ??.-'?'.? Mr.- Goo. H. H. Lusk, barrister,' has won the first prize of £300 offered for the second portion of the liistory for public Schools, for whioh tlie Government invited competition. The Rev. Jas, Milnu, Presbyterian min...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE COCKATOO PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

THE COCKATOO' PEST. 'V; - Piotty cockie sitting oii his highly 'polished tin stand, and using ; his limited vocabulary in .reply tp'alTcjuestionB 'whatsoever is looked upon as ratl/er'ii'gpod thing^to have in tho house, but pretty 'cootie ixvith h'is foot on his native heath, otherwise the 'farmer's wheat field, is a good deal offa onrBe.;'^Iii the northern, part of Vic- - fcoria tlio ; farmer ' has a number., of ; tli ings :tb ' ? contend with iwhen^ he 'puts in a crop',, and, there- ' h a good dealof -thecasting your liread upon the waters! nrid it 8hhll;return,to ypjv.about. it. ' In ' thcj.nr8f; place,-having got his seed inj .lie has -to*' take care the cockatoos' and native -cpiiipivnions' dn not! tnko it put again. Driving along thojv': roads ono will;. see' Hoine of tho sown paddocks;.'; i whito with these mischievous jbirds/jand wero' they allowed to remain they woullV'not leave a seed in -the ground. Next-to'-'thom-'ih'.poiht of; numbers,:- although ? equal in destruction,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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OUR ILLUSTRATION. THE INUNDATION AT BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

llillillS THE INUNDATION AT BGjURRE. ? The town of. Bourko is tho tern inns of tho north- westerly railway system of Ne\V~Soutlf~ Wales, and, owing to 'its central situation it is one of tho/ most important towns nor th~'p£ . Sydney. .The greater part of the i/traffic1' from, western Queensland comes to it as by goiiig overland' there it saves tho long journey from ?; Brisbane and.Rockhampton, and wfieti the'riVer*' is navigable it': is also in direct communication '. with Adelaide. It is also the centra of'-a-largo ' pastoral and mining district, so that the calamity, that lias overtaken it -is very little short off a national one. Owing to the lato ljeavy floorts' in Now South Wales tho Darlingj, on which Bourko stands, began' gradually to|riso. Ah^ it wont highor and highcivtho inhabitants 'mado an embankment : round the town, ibufc the .onv. bankinent burst,' and to-day Bourse is a sub merged town in the centre of a sea 40 miles in extent. Tlie sketches wo give* are from photos,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, 14th March. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

;#VEURbJrt5ANtITEks. »:V- ;.'-V'-, j ;[FttoJi puiiilCoHHBapoNnKNt;] - ; l;#L -:'? '?'. :'V~. :S.p Londo^ /:14th March: . A testimbiiial :'o6iioerti,;fbrS,the.:i benefit:.' of. Ma(lamevi Arabella? Qoddard:?wa3;;givon;bn.*:tho'. 11th ot? March, in St. Jamos's Hall/at'whibh'th'e.t Princess of Wales' and other great ''ladies' were : presentj'^^Varipus reasons, preyented'tlie dbhoertH r'rom being: the'.success! that ('might; ;havo . buoiiv anticipated,' chief v among, which must bo., men-' tionetl VajSeirdular ^.issued -'-.', by ?'.-' ; Mr'.- ''.Henry ~ D.wisorijVfl^ soriVyof , ithe.0, b£h£fioiairc,,: stating that Bor.y?. 'relatives V and;''' friends '-'?were' quite ; prepared ^vto -provide ^for.i her. ,-Herr, Joaohim;;j;the^' trump card; of '.the ; concert; ? arrivo.l jrathor late; and after his, porformauco tho Prinoess of Wales^tobk her departure,, toge ther with the majority -.of .the ^audience.;,' It; is expected that- the- proceeds' of ',the--'conperfc'wiir^ exceed £300, .which, ad...

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