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CRICKET. ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

... ·.... CROICKET.-....... ENGLAND V. AUSTRALTA. rThafintcdh icih reouriied(iat lenii o'oloclk-on-Tuesdilry,-thl no.l outo tieon Bannerman and. Gifen, goiing,to the 'wicket Tihe' weather was~ very hot, and the giound in-vury bad" condition. Attendance was fair. ThelAustralians -ere" soon'diposed" of, tho wiclkdts fall ing rapidly to- the- bowling of-Barlow and Morley. --The following .are the scores: ;- r : 'u:ENGLAND. - i" . " Firot..inning,? .;..;-; ..o247J ", '0. T. Studds b Snoflorth . ... 25 Barlow, Polinbr, b'Hoi ... ... 24 Steel, lbw' b1Spotforthly- . .. 6 e b Horan ..b .. ... 21 liarnes, lbw, Spotforth o. 3. ITlecoto oBonnbr; b' Spoffoitlii ? ' 0?.L Blates` uiiurd'cli; b'H ."or " ... 4 Bligh, not out ... ? ,".. 7... 17 G. B. Studil,, c Grrett, b Spoffortlh 8 Morley, b Spofforth-l.."-:" ... 0 Sundrib . . Total '... .. ... 123 .First Inning... Grand totl...:;:: ;. 370 AUTRnALIANo.--First Innings. Giffen;?t"Tyl3'cdtob':Bates :..._;. .41' Bannormain1 ~ a les, baMorloy '... +94 ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

....'.,. - CATTLE, C1APTAIN' I) DATG' AY FEB. (FN-m ,.-d 00CO. will Sell at theoi =_ : "I. 'tie Fat Bullocks and Oiws. .-~,B" ,JPlendid Helfors, all one brand. Y , Good Bullocks and Cows, * !ji0O AOCRES GOOD GRAZILNGIiAND RI~t ALE.: ' A '3LEAN &"CO.; Tiaio"fhir rifite e~sle on account pf L. C. Smit, Esq., oetltilbou ýo'; t he jpeopertyy :ori'nn as THE BACK CREEK PADDOOK, iiTin?bmba, cOntainlng 1920'acresaof good Grazing Land, well grassed and abun-o dantly watered in all seasons The pro perty is securely enolosed with post and rail, cattle and sheep proof fences, and is admirably situated, the survey of the pro posed' railway to Bairndalod passng through it. There is a splendid. supply of Red Gum timber on the property which will be extremely valuable for railway sleepors.&c.u:also a .comfortable cottag;. Early application invited. TTAMfNG'Establisheda Branch of our Io Business in Melbourne, we are now prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES .df Cattle, Sheep, etc. at the Flem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

. oaches,; 8ac. COBB and CO.'s COACHS , leave CRITERION 'HOTEL. ,S?ALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.46 daily '(Sunday excepted); 'ariving .at Bairnsdnalat 7.30 p.m1. Fare, 0s.,,' ';, "Ali hiforiiiation, &a; at Cobb and: Co.'s Office, Criteoribn Hotel, Sale.. ,. ', ';? SROBERTSON, WAGNER &bCO.-,; Sale to Mafra and Newry ROYAL MAI.: T FISHER'S comfortably, covered J. COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Newry daily at 0.45 am., Maffdr 1L15 a.., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the name day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at ~affra 4 p.m., and Newry 5.30 p.m. * Passengurs and parcels booked at the following plances: Sale, T. Duggan's Criterieon Hotel; faifmra, Wm. Bannister's Camden Hotelo and at.Rawvlin'a'Nowry HotL '! . All parcels left for conveyanco must be prepaidi otherwise they will not'b h for warded. J. -FISHER,, Proprietor. SHYFIED:. TQ MAAFR. TEE Conveyance between 'thb above . places will' be DISCONTINUED until .further notice. Any parcels tha...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

COMMERCIAL. IN2tdLLIGENOE. . 01P'LAND BTO0CKRPOO?T ?d ¢:1'r 3fessra. English, Pecl, and:Cobreport'. Fat Cattle-About' the''amenoe la'ast eak; light bullock's' L15 i, tL L 10s,'d wis 1 2 Gd to 5L10s vealora 18 to 28., tore Cattle.- We havo to quote the geneo tone of the market stillfirm ?although uction :ales have not b-eei very brisk, at we anticipate as the osason advances, n increased demand for all doeoriptions, our advices;,: and, large niumbers that being erquired' for; ahowt:that they ill hoe scire deit Sprling.' .AMaffraon riday, prices did not rule as high as the sek before; and a: great many pnsised.. Yo quoteiGood bullocks, L5 toT LS ?fS; nferior, L4's to L4 15s; cow?i, 2 10s to 5,; 2. to 3 yers steers,12 li0s to L3 8s; do heifors, L2to.L3 3s. Sheep and 'gs-Good demiianid, not many forward. ors.-Tlhe ddmiands for;all' kinds ?of ?aful horseis rnnains firim, notwitnnd ug the numbers that have;reached, the ~irket; good Indian sorts in requbot;,ond 3 . cdifficult to 'socure .,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

Trade Notices. IMPORTANT NOTICE ! A U.S T;RA LASIAN H O ,U."S '." J. W. CARROLL EGS to inform hit -B"customers and the' Public otGip slanld that the..: u ST RAL SIANi: HOUSE CLOSED riis , " THURSDAY, the 26tH, and FRIDAY,' the 26th Inat., and E OPEND SATURtDAY, THE 27TH Den.,' For the purpose of REDUCING ARn RE - MARKING Hivery valuable Stock of Firt-clos DR PERY To auch PRICES as nmust etfct ant AIEALY ':CLEARANCE, is" Combined with whic he wiill offer a ery1 'tItnrgiPurchase f Moat5i US'E'FDL' 'DRAPERY'T J mtreafctedbyhin In the Insolvent Estate of Messrs. Leien, Goldberg Bros. & Co, And which for ialoe, cannot o euipiiaod in thed Colony " SBulyers of Drapery Can depend on getting luring nextmopth FIRST -: CJASS;; GOODS Prices Hitherto Unknown in this Distriict, !i REMIEMfBER1 1. OPENING DAY OF SALE-. SATURDAY,_dJAN. 27. Australasian1 - House .FOSTER - STREET;S;ALE. H. J. Herberte . :: ý.":::.. , d .. i.:7 b'!Ua: t i em 4: WATCHMAKER; JEWELLER, 'AND OPTICIAN, 9:!T :·. ii i...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MAFFRA STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

0OMMERCIAL INJTELLIOEKONE. OTAFR OOK 200'EPORT Mo aMra A.. 1bILoan and Co., of Martin, report :-A fair supply of fat and storo cattle forward ; no altOrationi in prices siiico lst rport' Good ,stor bullocks sold to £5 f10s, and good conditioond cows to £3 isW.'.:Y sold fat bullooks (fair) from £5 f15s to £0 15s ;' cows £4; vealors 19. " StoroCattlo; 1a sold 100 two-year old from £2 So Od to L2'50; and store cows from L2 15s to L3 15s; lattor in good condition; atoors toL315s.

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BISHOP MOORHOUSE AT MAFFRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

BISHOP MOORHOUSE AT , MAFFRA.7 Thi Lord Bishiop held a confirmation in St. Jolhns Church, Malfra, yesterday morning. There was a very crowded oongregation,. numbers. bing,unanbleuto obtfaiin scats. There were oleven young persons presented by the Incumbent for confirmation. The address was one of ther most able and impressivo we ever heard Dr. Moorhouse deliver, and was listened to with wrapt attention. The B3ishlop said: " My young friends as you hlave just heard your olergyman reand, your are to confirm in your ow4i persons the promise maide for you by your godparents, at your baptism, Then, your Heavenly Fatlher entered into covonant with you to make you partakers of His grace and salvationi,. There was an unmerited bostowmant on your part, but freely given through the merits of the Lord Jesus Christ. It depended in no way upon your, faith, or repentance, for your were incapable of either., But now you are come to years of discretion you amre called upon to put forth those attrib...

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CRICKET. MAFFRA V. BRIAGOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

CRICKET. - MAFFhA Y. IItIAGOLONG. -A imatch: was played on' Saturday last at Briagolong, betweeni tlihe above clubs. . .Tho Maflra. team wore late in arrivinlg upon the ground, andi' were conipelled to accept the fist innings of eachi teamiasideciding tlioreoslt of the game.. Mfaffria having elected Mr. Norman 3ILeanras captain,2theo next procoeedling was for liimh to toss for choice of inniigs, which he won, and on account of the nnturo of the pitch chosoen, sent thie Briagolong. men to the wicketsM"Lean had Mlitelielmoro doing the trundling for Maifra:. The wickets of the local team fll' raplidly, 7 down for 20at one time; whlena change took plabe- in the aspect' of 'tlie- game, Clappison being'missed at long slip, but after several. plucky attempts to score, lie was evinntualljy dismissed' by 1E: Normnan-cleni boiwled for 17. Taylor, the last man, obtairined 18, tile innings closing fora respectable 68: Maffira, after lunch, then took the wiekletsnuideritheir care, but found thli...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

M' bISC:ELGL'RT.TANEOU S' 7Mr.n AA.- B. .Biggs,,aTasmanian,oas troonier,; assertsh that; the comet has: already. commtenced its return joirney to the sun,~which he expects sitwilb reach about next April o;; On Bishopthorpe estate, from. which the Anglican' Bishop of Sydney 'wilt receive about £ ,000 a year, thereare one Weasleyan Church; onel Churcha of England, one public school; and thiree, public houses.. n:r; An inquisitive analytical cliemint or our acquaintance has bie engge' t upon an inquiry into the componint. parts of that favorite temperenceiliever age; ginger wine. Some of.the slimples. that have come under hlis notice 'have been found to contain ac inferiorirunt for a founldatioi. This willblie startling news.for the Good Templar,ýportio;orf ourcommunity. F. Archer, thi prince of Esghlis jockeys, is to be married this orint tto a diauglihtcr of Mr. John Dawsoi, auci iniece of his partner, Mr.' Mittiew Dawson, the celebrated trainer of New market. Already the Tiinman' hi...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

:W 'A MELBOURNE. &Boi eNs ewu oIIiisorsi(DZNT) B`Saturday. Once more the old, yet ever new theme ef politiec fills the ;buy public mind, and the one: theme of conversa tiee is iwho in to formi the next Ministry. It is thoight by many that Graham Berry will once more be enabled to grasp theireins; but this Is extranely doubtful. .The public: have already had too nmuch experience of "the work iiignan's friend' to give him another chance. Mr. Francis seems likely to be the biggest favorite, bet, though of unblemished political career, J. G. Francis is not the man to wield the sceptre on so all-importanit a criss. However, time, I suppoase, will soon give the electors of Victoria another chanc, of deciding by their suffrages what is to be. Talking of the present political crisis, there is a very fine cartoon in one of the illustrated papers this week. Sir Bryan. OLoghlexn mnd Gralhailm Berry are represented playing: a game of eucahro. " I gamile," cries Berry, exoltantly t!rowin...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, Feb. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

EUROPEAN -TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) 1 LoNDoN, Feb. I It heing reported that an .oensive Feniisin organisation existsiii England,. active steps are being takein y the polici for its suppression and for the arrest of of the principal condspiriiators. bTh Orleanists in the Frencli Cliamier of Deputims ollered a strenuousi opposi tioi to the passiig of Goscrninient,bill, which;.in accordance withi the coi pro mine irecntly arrived at, provides for tihe xclusion from all civil and military oflices of the memnbers of the. former reigningi houses niorw resident in Fnrice. The preliminairy investigation of the charges biroughtagainsat the Marquis de Rays; for having practised deception in coinnection wittlihe Nioe Islieud Ex pedition, hal liheen completed. The prisoner hias been formailly comiiio tec for -trial L Thei London SchoolBoardlhaver-had under discussion the- advisability of introducing, tochnical instruction ,into. the ordinary course of teaching adopted iii the board schools.. Norfinalde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

Coaches,:&c OBB and CO.'s COACHEe avo S OILITERION HOTEL. SAULEh to ,T4tl N$DALE; 1:44 'p.th. iy(Sunday excepted), arriving at Bairnadlo nt 7.30 p.m. Faro, 10s. All inornmation, &o., at Cobb and Cos ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maflra and Newry A COACH will RUN DAILY between %. above places, leaving Nowry daily it .9;45s a.nr4Maffra:111S `ab. friyfiig at Salo af 12.45 p.m, anid return ther mno day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for Mffra and Nowry. Passengers and paircels booked at the following places : Sale, T. Diggan's Criterion Hotel ; Malfrn, Wm. Bannistor's Camden Hotel; and at Rawlin's Newry HotoL. All parael' loft for convoyanc imunt be prepaid ,otherwise they. illinotibo for . ~~J. FISHER;. OPr o prietor HEYFIELD..TO MAFFRA HE onvoyance Ibetween the above HE Coinveyanillcel :DISCONTINUED until urther, notic., Any parcels that can be forwarded o0 hor sback will bo duly delivered.,~ All parcels niist be pireipaid, and any for Seaton ori Glenmaggi...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

MI AIL' NOTIOES. Mails close at the 3sifra Post.oflae for the following PIlaces as ier o:--r For Salo Rooscdalo, Traralgon, Wial. halla, Toongabbio, Melbourne, Port Albert, Tarravillo, &., at Ilam. daily. SFor Stratford, Bairnedalo1 Brutlhon, Omeo, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily at 12.30 F or Upper Muhfra daily at 3 pIn., For ' Floyfold, . leninagggio," Oowwarpr arn Sention, on Tsuedayo, Thursdays;,and Saturdays, at 3 ,.m. , ', Briagolong, daily at 2.45 p.in. The Post-ofico is open for teolograms at 8.10 aae. till8 pin., clueing 'betwooe 1 ald 2 and iand 7. Postal buoiness lrntD 0.0, till 0 p . " hIals close for Madtra at the undoer iontiontud places ae under ' Sale, at 1.30 p.n, daily. Blriagolong, at 10.5 am. daily Nowey at 030 am.i. idaily Stratford, at 3.10 In.m daily, }leytield, 8,30 am. Tueseays, There. days, and Saturdays

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

Election Notices. .......... .... .........:: ...... : ... .. ._ .,__. ... TO THE ELECOTORS OF NORTIH GIPPSLAND. ENTLEMEN,-Ii hiavo the honor again to nmnouoc miiyself as a Can didato for your sulfmrgs a tie forth coming Election, caused bythle dissolution of tihe Assembly, and in future advertise. nonts I hope to have. the pleasaure'of annoouning my views opon public matters of interesti and will arrange to addrcea tho constituents of North Gippaland as 0oon00 s possible. Treating for that support which you have so cordially gmnted me in the past, I remain, Yours faithfully, ALLAN M'LEAN. - TO TIHE ELECTORS OF NORTH S GIPPSLAND. N ENTLE EN, I hereby bg to an G nounco inysolf ns a CANDIDATE foryour sulifragos at the forthcoming Eleo tion.' Sdme montlhs ago I stated aonerally thro ues iout Gippnnelandand in theColony, that on he _ilway to Bairnsdalo and Lakes' opening were carried out, I would for the present resign from Parliamentary life, but if these measures were not carried, I w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

DEATH. Joyce. -- On the 1st February, at his residence, Upper Maffra, Robert Joyce, aged 40 years, after a long and painful   illness. Deeply regretted by all who knew him.

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CAPTAIN DESMOND'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

OaPTAIN -DESMOND'S (From Chamber's Journadl.) O.HAPERR V. .want ole to invest your money, bey I, elol 'well,,I moust see wlhat I can dofor:youI suppose.' So spoke Sir iTheopliius Thorndale, the great nanacier, and promoter of half the ' big thiiis;ins 'the city, to Margaret Des mtiond.' ''What did you say the amount was 1 '. A thousand pounds, hey i A very nice littile 'nest-eg ::Many a big foiirtunle has sprung froni a salleor beginning', Then ..Margaret ,handed. Sir Theo pluilus her crisp notes for one liiundred pounds each, which that gentleman examined in his methodical way, after whioh he' proceededi to make out a receipt for the amount `'I may tell youe, soy dear young lady, resumed the magnate . that boths IadyThorridale and myselfs are' much pleased with the way the children have progressed while under your care, and weboth aconsider'that very great credit is diueto yon.-And now there is your receipt. No, no you must not'refutse "it. ·That wouild be very foolish - and unlius...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

Auctions. 1020 AORES GOOD GRAZING LAND FOR SALE; .M'LEAN & CO., have for private Ssale on account of L: O. Smith, nelbourne, the property known .%&HE BACK CREEK PADDOCK, In Tinamba, contailning 1020 acres of good Grasing Land, woll grassed and abun ldantly watered in all seasons. The pro perty. Is securely enclosed with post and ril, cattle and sheep proof fences, and is admirably lsituated, the survey of the pro. posed railway to IBairsdalo passing through -it. There is a splendid supply of Red Gum timber on the proportywhiclh will hb extremely 'valuabls. for railway sleepors &e., also a comifortble cgottago. .Early application invited. H[AVING Established a Branch of our 11I Business in Melbourne; we are now prepared to hold WEEKLY.SALES of Cattle, Shooeep, etc. at the Flemoington Yards, and to undertake the sale of all kinds of Property, Farm Produce, etc., privately or by puclic aucion, We oare also in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities ...

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MAFFRA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 1ST FEBRUARY. POLICE V. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

MAFFRA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 1st FEBRUARY. POLICE V. JONES. Charged with obscenely exposing himself in a place of publin resort. Mary Ann Rawlings — Am hotel- keeper. Remember Monday last ; was at home. Know the defendant ; he behaved disgracefully. He used bad language. He came inside the counter and said he would help himself. He then came through the bar naked and exposed. Other persons present saw him. He wanted to follow me, and   Miller laid hold of him and stopped him. Cross-examined—It was about half- past 11 p.m. There was no one with you when you came into the bar in an exposed state. To the Bench—He was not drunk. Thomas Portch—Am a laborer, and reside at Upper maffra. Was at Raw-   ling's Hotel, Newry, on Monday last. Knew the defendant by name ; saw him at Rawling's on Monday night. Did not see him expose himself. Was in the parlour when I saw him. He left the parlour and went into the bar. I do not know of any one else being in the bar but M...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, FEB. 5, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 February 1883

MONDAY MORNINGd , FEB. 5, 1883.; The fat ofthes monitly meetihgs of the Maffra. Mechanics' committee is to be, held 'this evening, when it` is requested that all members will attend. The Bishop will preach at Christ Church, Glenmnaggie, on Thursday evening iext.t There is .to be a harvest tliankigiving festival at St. John's. Church, Mfaffrn, next Sunday, when the Rev. Dr. Spooner will preach. A very large cortege followed the re mains of the late Mrs. Monaghan, pro- prietress of the Farmers Arms Hotel, Stratford road, to her last resting place in the Sale cemetery There were upwards of 50 vehicles and about 150 horsemen attending. The respected lady departed this life rather suddenly on Friday night, and the last respect shown by the large funeral tells only in a small way the regret entertained for her loss. Tie Maira team, as visitors, showed their inibility to comipetot ith Briagolorig on` Saturday lati in the cricketfi.l A mistake is often made ,bythe lecal match comnicittee .;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 February 1883

Tra?de Notices. GREAT SALES S, FEILGJHENFELDI Vil positively 1RAsiv 1APRA as soon00 as the , greater .:portion of his valuable, and NY?t , SPiECarD :TO - :of DRAPERY, OLOTHINOG 8OOT8 ANQ SHOES . Iq. QLEAED OFF-orve. .befors eapiratioa o ( se4 e GERA.T SAORMBIOE I A.LL GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRIOE, AND NO REABI jQRABI.T . :OF1I R 70 M3ELBOUENB TRIMMED HATS to select from, at prices from 4s, each, 45 ro4 oth as wclc again, First-class Calico 3d. er yard, Fine washing Prints 4d, First-class Iollaiids, 4}d4 Heavy Chinese Silk, for dut cloas, Is. 6d peryard, ... Splendi4iQMol eskn, la ad, per yard. Corseats, fa, 8d, tc Gas G4di .worthl double the: oney, .All Linen Tick 1ld, Black Lyons Silk, beautiful quiality, ivf 6d; p1ser·r4 ; ni al uprie i , 6ld, QLOTHING, Men's and Youths' Sulta from iQOL Men'c Hats, .a, 6d, Trowsers rnd Yeats, ,12 6d,; Tweed eota, lineod, }s 6d, _ Is fact, 'all tshe O0THTIINO acd SHIRTS much Bsiou Cos BOOTS :AND $SHO8ES ill Ice affered at pnces which cmust e91 thoemr' :...

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