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RICHMOND JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) RICHMOND DOWNS, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

RICHMOND JOCKEY CLUB. ANXUAL MEETING-. (BY TXECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUB OWK CORRESPONDENT.) RICHMOND DOWNS, April 29. Tke following are the results of tke first day's racing: DISTRICT PLATE.- Forest TTing, I; Plunger, 2. RICHMOND BRACELET, 1 mile, 1 furlong. Sunbeam, list 41b, I; Kilmany, lOst lib, 2 ; Perfection, 9st Tib, 3. Won easily. ! SHOUTS.-Barton Blink, I": Applause, 2^ Won by a Length.. WELTSB HAISDICAP, 6 furlongs.-Sun beam. list 61b, 1; Forest King, 9st 101b, 2. FxrxDEES HANDICAP. - Blazeaway, I; Barton Blink, 2; Perfection, 3. Great race

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
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Q.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. BRISBANE. April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Q T.C. AUTUM5J MEETING. BY ELECTRIC XELE&EAPH. FROM OUR OWS CORRESPONDENT. BRISBANE. Anril 28. The following acceptances have been made: BRISBANE CUP.-Buttons, Greygown, iving Olaf, Governor, Balston, Bouald, Lur line, Empire, Abacus, Lauristina, Laureate, Yowi, Lord Headington, Lady Lisgar, La Grange, Elymas, Porter, Coronella, Guruda, Musician, MJTUE, Wheatbaiid, Young Sar donyx, Inheritrix, The Empress. MOKETOX HANMCAF. - Buttons, Grey gown, Redfern, King Olaf, Trojan, Governor, Ralston, Lurline, Ronald, Empire, Abacus; Lauristiiia, Dan O'Connell, Laureate. Lady Lisgar, Elymas, Coronella, Embers, Ea Grange, Lord Headington, Yowi, Garuda, Porter, Musician, Myrus, Wlieatband, Young Sardonyx, The Empress, Whirlwind, My rabilis.

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HUGHENDEN JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HUGHENDEN, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

HUaHfiXDEN JOCKEY OLUB A ^JfUAE MEETLNGr, (BY ELECTRIC TELEGBAJPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HITGHEXDEX, April 27. The following weights lxave been de clared : I. A DIES' BRACELET-1 mile 1 furlong. st lb Barton Blink 12 2 John Peel Shamrock ... 11 & Cato ... Sunbeam ... 11 3 Abundance Bloonifibury... 10 10 Lady Sue Maid of Leeds 10 8 Vampire st lb 9 11 9 8 9 8 10 5 Mandrake ... 10 3 Montague ... 10 3 Badger 10 2 Inspection ... 10 2 Marathon ... Cinara 10 1 Roma 10 1 Pilot... 10 1 Recovery 10 0 Messenger ... 10 0 Wyangerie ... 10 O Ferryman ... 9 13 Cadger 9 13 . Barbette 9 12 Macyius FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs. Barton Blink 9 7 Applause ; 9 0 Kilinany 9 0 John Peel ... 8 4 8 3 1 Visor... Storm Toornba Sheldrake Black Alice ... M iss Conse quence Jessamine Miranda Bally Applause Rebel Commissioner 8 12 8 10 8 12 8 7 8 7 Shamrock ... Ivanhoe Morok Bloomsbury . Maid of Leeds 8 Confidence Tattler Jessamine ? Miss Conse ' quenee Afghan | Bally.. Castaway Cato ... Abundance ...

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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

TURF GOSSIP. (BY HERMIT ) The committee of the Ravenswood Jockey Club meet shortly for the purpose of definitely settling their dates and bringing out their annual programme. Mr. Aisbett, the Secretary, tells me that it is probable they will run in the middle of July. follow ing the Towers meeting, but I liardly think that this will prove so suitable as their usual time, namely, half way between the Towns* ville and Towers gatherings. On June 9th the following events of the Q.T.C. (for now yearlings), have to be attended to:-Hopeful Stakes 1891, Derby Stakes 1692, and St. Leger 1893. In addition to these, on the game date, sires have to be nominated for the Sires Produce Stakes 1895. The hour of c osing is i p in. The principal races aifc the Croyd®n J. C. Annual Meeting on July 2-3 are the C J.C. Handicap of 100 sovs, and the Miners' Purse of 50 sovs. Amongst the event® is to be found a " cigar " race, and it is high time that these harlequin tricks were eliminated from all' progra...

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The Coming Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

The Coming Campaign. ? WITH the race meetings now mapped oat ahead of us it is evident that the .autumn and winter campaign, which in the North is the principal racing season, is by no means likely to be less, either in proportions or interest, than its predecessors. Some of the outside meetings may perhaps be affected more or less by the strike scare, bnt even if they are, and in reality we think that the effect will be very slight, the meetings nearer the sea-board will suffer little if any thing, neither will there be any interference with the visitors coast wise. " Where the carcase is, etc," if we may be forgiven for making nse of a Biblical quotation, and provided the carcase is tempting enough, there will always be a proportionate amount of eagles found to gather around it. In this matter the Towers Jockey Club has this year taken a very deci ?ded lead, and not only has it largely increased the amount of the actual «Bioney offered, but also are the con ditions made much more ...

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Postal Intelligence. TIME OF ARRIVAL AMD DEPARTURE OF MAILS AT THE CHARTERS TOWERS POST OFFICE. Mails Close as under:— [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Postal Intelllgrence. ? TIME OF ARRIVAL AMD DEPARTURE OF MAILS AT THE CHARTERS TOWERS POST OFFICE. Mails Close as under: For Brisbane-Every Sunday and Wednesday, at 8 p.m ,, Towusville -Thrice daily-12.30 p.m, 4 p.m,, and 8 p.m " Mi I tcii ester-Twice daily-9.40 a.m and 8 p.m " Black Jack and Stockholm-Daily, at 8.30 a.m " Balfe's Creek, Homestead, Pentlaiid, Torrens* Creek, Prairie-Daily, 9.40 a.ui " Qneenton, Macrossaii Bridge, Sellheim, Ravens wood Junction, Beid Kiver -Twice daily 12.30 p.m and 8 p.m INLAND MAILS. Leave Charters Towers for: Broughton Hnghenden Hillgrove Ifornit Leyshon... fiavauswcm Richmond Downs Bislubon ... Time of Departure. Friday, 9 a.m Wed, 9.40 a.m Daily, 9.40 a.m Wed, 8 p.m D'ly, 12.30 pjn Wd, 9.40 a.m Friday, 9 a.m Time of Atrial. Friday, 11 a.m Tuesday, 8 pjoa Irly, 6.25 pan Thud'y, 6&.m " 10 " D'iy, 6.20 p.m Thnrs, 8p,m fteiay,Sp.m

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SPORTING NEWS. THE TURF. RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

TH8 TUBF. EACm^ FIXIUR*S. May 14, 15:-Ilughenden Annual Meet ing. Acceptan es and general entries May May 25:--Towers Queen's Birthday Rac king Club. dominations for handicaps May . 6 ; acceptances May 21. May 23, 25,30Q,.T.C. Autiunn Meeting. . Gel iral entry May 5. May 28,29:-Muttaburra. June 4, 5:-Cloncuriy Annual. June 18, 19:-Townsville Annual. Mom - inations for handicaps May 15; weights May 29 : acceptances and general entries -June 10. June 17, 18 :-IVorinanton Anuual. Jnne 25, 26:-Maryborough Annual. July 2, 3:-Towers Annual. JSominations for handicaps June 9 ; weights June 20; acceptances and general entries June 25. Jnly 2, 3 :-Croydon Annual. July 8, 9 -.-Rockhampton Annual.

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Telegrams. QUEENSLAND. (By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS]. TOWNSVILLE, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Teleg ram s. .. --? .? ? - QWEBirSLAFD. ~ (Br ELECTRIC TBLEGBAPtt.) {jFROM OIJB OWN COBEESPOBTBEKTS.l Townsvimjs, April 24. P. D. Bourke, licensee of the West End Hotel, and J. M'Laughlin hare been arres ted on a charge of murdering Bourke's Chinese coot. Mar A. Ogden addressed the electors of South Townsvile, and Mr. W. Y. Brown spote at Mundingburra. Both got votes of confidence. Jas. Smith, contractor, A. Ogden, moulder, anrl W. V. Brown merchant, were nominated fro-day for the seat in the Legislative As sembly rendered vacant by the death, of the late Hon. John Macrossan. Towksvtlle, April 26. Mr. Smith, the third candidate for the vacant seat in the Legislative Assembly, retired from the contest-, and Mr. Brown's election is considered certain. Mr. Ogden lias declared himself a separationist, and opposed to Sir S. W. Griffith's proposals. P. D. Bourke and McLaughlan, charged with murdering a Chinese cook, hare been remanded until Tuesday. Bishop Stanton preached his farewell se...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

I CORRESPONDENCE. \ --- [TO THE TEDrroR.J SIB,-I beg to ask for a email space in your valuable paper to bring under TOUT notice what I, as a shareholder, consider un just and unfair. I liear that the returns of the ore sent to Maryborough from the I?o. 3 West Day Daara are to hand. On inquiring at- the company's office I am told that they cannot divulge, I presume ky the authority of the directors. 3N"ow, Mr. Editor, I would like to know for what reason this information is withheld. Is it for the benefit of the shareholders or the directors ? Yours, &c. A SHAREHOLDER. Charters Towers, April 29tli, 1891. [TO THE EDITOK.J SIB,-The circumstance of no bill being filed against Barton in connection with the recent death of Whelan, appeals forcibly to the desirableness of reform in the Law De partment. It will be remembered that P.M. Mowbray committed Barton for trial, there being, in that gentleman's opinion, a prima facie case, but the words " Charters Towers" having been omitted...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

NEW SOtJTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 23. The Customs tide surveyors seized 10.000 cigars on board tlie steamer Tsinan. The cigars were found deeply buried in the coal in the steamer's bunkers, and were recovered with much difficulty, and at the cost of con siderable exertion on the part of the search ers. Mr John McGruiuness, the President of the Parnell Leadership Committee has received letters from Mir J. E. Bedmond, M.P., acknowledging receipt of a copy of the resolutions adopted at a meeting of Irish men held in Sydney in support of Parnell's leadership. Sybhet, April 26. HackshalTs biscuit factory was destroyed by fire yesterday. The building and its con tents were insured for £3000 in the Mer cantile Mutual Colonial Company, but the loss is greater than the amount of insurance. A congratulatory address has been sent by the Pharmaceutical Society of Kcw-South Wales to the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain on the celebration of its jubilee next mouth, SSDKET, April 27. Major Ch...

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Big Dividends. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

Rigr Dividends. WITHIN the past few days have been Ixeld the usual half-yearly meetings of several of the gold milling companies carrying on busi ness on our goldfield, and as these embrace some of our most important mines, they demand more than a casual notice. Stand ing prominently ahead of all the other ventures on Charters Towers the now world-famous Brilliant brings itself in review, paying as it did during the past sis: months £80,000 i& dividends, or at the rate of 160 per cent, for the year. It must be a most flattering, tribute to its promoter, Mr HICHAKD i CEAVEJT, who introduced it to Mr IEVERS, | and it must be said that in this matter Mr | CHATEIT loyally backed ids opinion by stack ing to his original interest right through. The report of the mine reads well, and pre dicts an equally rosy future. The directors of "Mills Day Dawn United Mines Company rendered to the shareholders the account of their stewardship for half a year, and al though they show nothing to...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

VICTORIA. Meuboubne, April 23. 1 Mr K. Ross, who has foeea ldentihed mtli squatting pursuits in Victoria, iiew South Wales and Queensland, died rather suddenly this morning. At. a banquet held at Footscray to-day Mr Deakin, in. responding to the toast of the Ministry and Parliament, said he was heartily in fayor of a united Australia by the will of the people of Australia, ISo diplomacy which would put such measures on a statute book wiiuld be satisfactory unless it came endorsed by the deep-toned ** Ayes or Nays" of the miltinnS of the continent. The only grain slow held here for the past ten years was opened to-day under the auspices of the Boyal Agricultural Society of "Victoria. To meet the convenience of Sir Henry Parkes, his conference here with Mr. Munro and Mr. Playfoid with regard to the Federa tion Question, been postponed until Wednes day next. The Premier [has received a letter from Sir Henry Parkes, stating that he will arrive here on Wednesday. He may probably hare an ...

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THE NORTHERN Mining Register, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1891. Free Education in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

TEE NORTHERN PUBLISHED WEJ3KXI". SATURDAY, MAT 2, 1891. Free Education fin England* TWENTY or thirty years ago h^d it been predicted that a Conservative Government would have dared to hint at such a measure as.a Bill to author ise a system of free education in Con servative England, the prophesy would most likely have been laughed at, and yet we now find the Right Hon. GEORGE JOACHIM GOSCHEN, the Imperial Chancellor of the Exchequer, proposing to devote a million sterling of the surplus revenue to that pur pose. Such a bold step would hardly have been undertaken, even by the late LORD BEACONSFIELD, and it is doubtful whether had he proposed such a policy he would have been supported in Parliament. The cable gram that brings the news of Mr GOSCHEN'S new policy also tells us that his proposals, in the direction indicated by him, come as a surprise to the Opposition Party; and there is no wonder that they should be aston ished, because it simply means the carrying of the war into the e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

X '..$£&$.« <!' W--3, H'~f'! ROMBEEGr lias pleasure in informing his Friends and the Public generally that he has resumed tlie The Management will be under the imm lf~" ? A-i- ^ ^ n "J £ wr" ^ etc, kepi Accommodation for Boarders Second Every Convenience for Commercial Gentlemen. Large and Well-fitted Sample Rooms. BILLIARD room. ForwaMing, Commission, and Insurance Agente anil Wholesale Produce Merchants. "Custom House and Shipping Business Transacted. Freight and Duty Paid and Goods Sent to all parts of Queensland and the adjacent Colonies. , CHARTERS TOWERS. mmm& m* CARRIERS, *"*'V'vr£5;?« ?m > Office and Beceiving Store wwm mm M©§M»§raiEf« * * Goods and Machinery delivered to any part of the Field. (p ® Tobacconists, Stationers, ^Newsagents, ^Booksellers and Taney (Seeds dealers, GILL-STREET, CHAETEES TOWERS. ???»I ?? i MiH. i'MflMOlinm.1 i" # \ Fishing Tackle in great variety, - Berlin Wools, Oil Paints, Macraini Twine, Tinfoil, Toys and Fancy Good...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

E. D. MILES,] [J. MILLICAK. MINING- AGENTS. (No. 1 Burns, Fhilp, and CoVBiuldmg>,) FLI2s DEES-STEEET, - T O WNS VIL li Steel, Hard»are3 and Iku&ineryM^ Sole Manafacturei^ of Steel Truck. Wh^s,- Sfeel SUqps and Dies. And AH Kindsof Steel Castings. Drams, Belting lip to 14 incites mdc. Pipes, Brass Fittings and fieneml Engineers and Mining E«] Wit, M. K^cBkaib. Skeaf Island Wojfcs, &keffield. OANE & CLilKE, - v. [ItATE BURr iAD <?OAXE,]';.V->-^; ,~V; Vi'-r?-.vr- - . / *"-v i ? ? TH.K IMFTOM Mm ?©= Pale Ale iii the Mairket.^* Support Local Industry. Wholesale and Family Grocers, Wine, Spirit, and Pro vis ion . --v Merchants, DIRECT SHIPMENTS fixmi London Eycry3£ontli by B. I. Steamers aiid Sailing Vessels. Country Osiers caref ully- rcxccutcd. ALEXANDER H ILL & Co Storit anfc Sfiarc Brofcrrs: pernors of the Stock Exchange of Charters Towers, Limited. "It. LICENSED SURVEVOKS, -I §ig<2«rfa,

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Current notes [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

SOME people aire humourists inspite ofthem selves. At a meeting held to assist Mr Ogden in Ms Townsville candidature, a Mr. E. X- Lowry, in introducing the aspirant incidentally " asked the audience to foe " careful not to injure the furniture or re " move any boohs" This reads like giving the audience, away a bit; but it is to be pre sumed that the chairman knew them. We liave never yet seen the unite constituting a political meeting going to it armed to the teeth with " sugee" hags. Had it been a general store, with tins of jam and odds an ends of an easily convertable nature lying about, it would be different, but imagine a high functionary placing himself within the pale of the operations of the criminal law for *' pinching" a copy of Locke on the " Human Understanding," or Sfnith on the " Wealth of Ifations." Too cheap. * # * IT was once remarked Mi&t the British House of Commons was the best club in Europe. > Ayerfe the ufcterer of that statement now alive probably ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

HID A SPECIALITY. MAC'S MABTf FLINDERSST., ?r o w 3xr s vil Z>s:. ^THE-'NEW . I THE NEW l" x WEEKLY PAPER! WEEKLY PAFFLER! ::. THE II tfrtfrmt Iftwrnfl fUjteter. ^ifOBLISHED la connection with the" Northern Miner, * Oi? PAGES FOB J£D.! AJO PAGES FOB. UD. ! "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The prestige enjoyed for so many years by Hie MINER. as a daily, warrants the proprie taiyinofferingthepublic al'W SfiNTY-FOL' & PAGE WEEKLY, which will be full of the Latest Local, Colonial, Intercolonial, and European News. "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Latest Cabled (Quotations from Lon don and the other great commercial centres will make the REGISTER a necessity to the merchant and producer. "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." Week by week will appear ORIGINAL ARTICLES by "Eminent Scientific Specialists " NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Meteorological Notes and Stock Move ments will make it the constant node mccum, of Pastoralists. "NORTHERN MINING REGISTER." The Correspondence from its Agents, ...

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Farm and Garden. SALT FOR STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

SALT FOR STOCK. Mast people do not realise that stock are in the need of salt, not as a simple matter of flavoring only, but to form a constituent part of the body. It is, perhaps, the most neces sary of all the mineral substances in the animal body. It enters into the composition ;of all the fluids in the body, especially of the Mood, and it lias been calculated that an average-sized horse contains within its sys tem no less than 8|lb of -this element. All grass-eating animals are fond of salt, e ven in its crude form, but when taken in excess for weeks, and maybe months, is likely to be. ' producive of evil. " Coast disease" and cripples are attributed to an excess. A writer observes on this subject: -" Common salt is indispensible to the healthy state of the , blood, and fluid parts of the body more par- ; ticularly; and, independent of its medicinal properteries as a laxative, and in the preven tion of parasite invasion, it is probable that blood disease, and skin disease in par...

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Wit and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

It anh Unmottr When Shakespeare wrote that" parting is sueli sweet sorrow," he voiced the regret of many a bald-headed man. * * # What made him walk erect ?-Jones: " Binks, you seem to walk more erect than usual." Binks: " That's because I'm in straightened circumstances." * * #, "Oh, no, he doesn't drink like a fish." " Why, I've known him"--" That's all right. But fishes, you know, drink by gills." . . ..*. # # How therazor cut.-Barber (to customer) : "How does the razor cut?" Customer (savagely): " You ought to know; you've cut mewithit twice already." # * " What do you want ?" " Your daughter's hand." " Can't do it. Take her as awhole orleave her. We don't do an instalment business here." * * .-???. '* . How Simpkins paid, his debts.-Hanks: "Simpkins isa generous fellow; he spends -his money like Water." Hanks"Then of course he always liquidates Ms debts." * . '*? * jfellow-passenger for an hour): "Bythe way, haven't I met you somewhere before ?" jStranger " Very likely. Fm the ...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 2 May 1891

A CrOOB THljre TO ESTOWFOB WlKTER 3pob Oue: CttauREsr,-Bad Colds and Soar throati . One teaspoonful of honey, one tea spoonfulof salad-oil three drops of eucalyptus oil. . Mix well, and give tliree or four times «'daj. WINTER Sai. An.-Bake one Spanish onion -and one Large or two medium sized beefce, slice them and cut the slices in two twice. Cutup threestalks of celery quite fine, and mix: with it a tablespoonful of minced herbs. Mix all together, and keep in a cool place until time to serve, then sprinkle with salt and pepper, pour over one tablespoonful of butterand three ofvinegar. CARROT SAliAD.-Carrots boiled and sliced help to make a very good salad if used with fresh cooked veal. Put a cupful of chopped celery in the salad bowl, with a little over half as much boiled sliced carrot and lib. of chopped real; add a very little raw, finely chopped onion; season with salt and pepper and a very little melted butter; pour over half a cup full of good vinegar, and mix well. WHITE SO...

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