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HETERODOX PAPERS. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

HETERODOX PAPERS. (CONTRIBUTED.) " Faith, Hope, awl Charity; but the chiefest of those is Charity," was writ ten of old by one of the grand old fathers of the Christain Church, and how well is the sublime idea carried out by their degenerate descendants of the present day I But the chiofest of those is charity I I wonder what the ortho dox interpretation of the word charity is. Is it to drop a coin, golden or otherwise, withlsonorous sound into the contribu tion plate on Sundays ? Is it to put one's inanao down for a greater or less sum on a subscription list that is sure to be advoitised ? - Is it to offer to give a certain sum of nioney towards a cer tain object proviling somnobodyor somo bodies' elso will do the sinito? Is it to be hand in.glovo with those who agree with you, to be particularly friendly alid loving to those awho panmper to your views, bultat dditllyenmnity witll'those who differ from you? Is it to liound down those who hlorecitherto promulgate or rdo it any beli ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BICYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

'BICOYLING. On Sunday last;' September 30th, Mesrsr W. 8. 'HeIaelton'and Alt. Joy, of the Meolbourne Bicycle Clhub, took a run from Melbourne to, Kinglake. This, we believe, is the pioneer bicycle trip to the Mount. 'Tie' following are the places called 'at ind the time : Left Molhonrne at Q.30 ain., arrived at Heidelb4oeg'at .7!, left Heidelberg at 8.20 arrivrl 'at Resbarcd, 9.33 'left Research at' 9.48 arrived at Queens town, 11.13. ' Thus'doing the journey from Melbourneo to'Queonetown a dis. tance of 27 mile's; ih' hrs 38m. riding time ; the stoppages taking lhr. 10m. At 12.18 they nmale a start for King. lake, arriving there at 2.?5,, and at Mr. H. N.. Staffs fesidence, at 2.20, and stoplpd threm 20 minutes ; left King. lake at 3.30 and arrived at Queenstown at 4.45. After a short stay they mnadni a start for Melbourte,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. Oct. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

Commercial. ----o VICTORIA MI.UIKIT. Oct. 3. Vegetable .. Artih,,kes, ground ?d per lb Beet, ld t tId ptLr iozen ' Carrois, ld to 8c1 per dloxen nsnchta Sauliflowers, 2- to 4s pcr doten (Garlic, ed to 10t per lb Lcttuces, 6. to 8,1 per dozen l•'eas. ltd to 4d pejb, f .. Fruit: . . -. * Ar . Apples, dtesert, 9a to 14 per ltel ..-: Leinose, l to Os per dozeno;- "'" O rages, 5 to 7s per cae i .Dalry Plduc: .. .B"aeoon,.7d to 10,1 per lb Busttei,;d te2 td? per lb Cheese, 8d to Is per lb ,,Ilouey, ld to 7d per Ib,)' .. .Eggs, I Id to Is Id per dozen r l am, lIkl to Is pa '. . "lens,3s to 4s .l per pair Pigeons, 2s to 2s lid per pair Pork, 6d to 8P per lb Turkeys, s to 18s per pair _ -,." ._trabbits, 9, Is per pair

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

COACH ING. 11ti7ROYAL' MIL ti I LINE' OF COACHES "".L i A-JrWA TAT AN) IQUIJMS1TO WN ri J.qIOGlhe liotel, iiwo0ttflht omtlctt, duily ¢ 30 p tn.,!jJ wiiy 0of; Alphlp.iu, lotnthi, '1Cldellid, rL', Isltluull, l(IuI;nrlll Groundd -lion Hll, Waton'e treik, Christotoo Illilla.s~ Iiret tarot. 8Fltanid Qurtceltowni * Eippig coaeh l ave thi Globe Ilotel :daily at 3 pn.ut ;Messrs. KERR and Qo. Proprietors of the :E:WANBURN V lrrtoaiar i BG to Informn the l Iphrlltants of Uii jlldale, at serr FWiti" and'tirrlniuJueo !iitriets, that they are nIt w prepared to 5UPPLY"SAWN',Ti'MIIWRnE~ Or ,any;r dlmeodornslandili the ;it ;i," orecIve red orelwhlc wBill6; 1iYnc . ii tin. itrlo~a ipet 0tu l Feertilblupdr:i · bo etteetatly_, reh'pttvl.· Mrntier "for IV heetwrrgbt .1OP'Urp(!sest I l6d Ilpst~r. tel: receive -ordrrow*li4 L wwll lTweeo' 65'Qt~tlrteiot.,i: ,irx/.Meb "drne, ;A treed suppyly of, tnldler la pHIwaye k5lltj jut '.,~~n . ' '2 I I, ,B ·.t· U L.D;ItC~pl F t~leal., ·I t' ý, ' :I SELL GRtOV E, 3.A...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

To Correspondents. IT i requested that Letters and other communicationu Intended for Iltser. tio In the news columns hI addressed to the Editor, To avoid inooneenienoe and delay all business cdmmulllnluction inllcdling or ders for the paper, adrertisements, and remittances shouhl be addressed to the publishers, lHarris, Hearce, and C., Payments may be nmde by post. oflce order, hank draft, or Victorian postagep ps,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

UR 0atlgu Q~btcwet o#Ih and East Brows Record, Published Every Friday Morning. SeascePTiOnS a Three months, ito adance, Is 0d I on ciedit, as d. Sig months, in advance, Os g on credit, 7s. Twelve mocthe, in advance, lat on credit. Is. --e Persoas wishing to become subscribers may do se by sending their nameu in at any time to this office. Thosee wishing to discontone being sub. sledbers mast give written nottee to that effect and pay up ill arears. Advertisements :--Tweuty words, for one insertion, Is, ; o0 to 10 words, Is. i per Inoh, 2I. . I births, marralsges, and deaths, 2s 6d each losertion.. A large disconunt allowe upen alln lver tinementl Inserted for three months or up wards. Advertisements not bearing the cumber of ti mens to be insertel on the copy, will be continued and chargel for juntll a written otlice to stop them Is received at this olffice Of all kinds done at Low Prices, with neat ness and despatch, at the " velyn Observer" Office, Kangaroo Groundo! £3000 For £300...

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Circumstances. CHAPTER II.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

Cra-ran It I.-(Continued.) The evening party was an outward stuc cesa to Helen's plans. Tracy Keogh laughed, talked, danced, and, people said, flirted with Kate. But Helen, in her heart, was not satisfied. Tracey's attentions were so openly paid that Kate received them with utter Indifference, neither inviting nor re pelling them, and answering his sallies with a liveliness equal to his own. lie saw them to their carriage, urging them, as he wished them good night, to be sure to be early at the " Rtecadings," and obtain front seats. Again Helen teased Kate, and again Kate declared she was never farther from having a lover in her life. CulrraER III. The last day but one of Kate's stay ar rived-the day fixed for the penny reulings: " the last chance," sighed Helen. " She is so passionately fond of poetry, she may be charmed and warmed too, when she hears him reid ' The Itaven.' I feel sure Tracey Keogh only wants to feel a little bit sure, to make mnatters all right with her. I c?n't ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

All S Ti 1AL A N (Grain & Produce Corn , tJ'1C.O!i, lGt(. l & '., 7Jil{Rt$llTE ril leiooliqofn flralnP r and l)nirv-l'ri lurn lll and make ntrances tliraon, .. r ' n I 11 e Wet. Id el. pit ri iike i l " C rii i 1Clr, tilp - l, ld ' .... .. ' I Ir .' $ , {it"i It j ;t th fie, C'not inuii'll dll , F2 lieges k,"-slrott N sh Nel. - ._Aly ,.-.H-lLlTlN, --Diicerall-lhnllagerito the Comlip iy. I 'LEAN .13.OS L & R li G1 Snd " ETAL 1 r'MER d TS 5 uiee lelAi t,'it S'tiMii lbt urnCet1lLS Ci -~fl5r,-1 LI Ir'IoF COLLIeTvery RITIp t. 's rridtA . i *V7< PIro 4 i Ti sl , o" FD&0. Di & C6. - "4ict/o 'ei..r .6'PritiOrlfSaes= :5 QueAenIt;I"t c;'Melbournc, iR eioenw preprnred ti ree.li' Clle. .: A r m atus,,rl ep1 f?lin»,i beh i t heli lWI, ligry, teir It 'rPsi e of eery dieseriptiuon. " _U uctlllo or pritei-, ;y Qran? i'J ca dea on:n. C0tieslgniients; &ci. . rt0i?.. '-a i.', T . ' o"'r st rorl jin-glit es litos... .. FRANKtSAU.NDERSD a SAD DL...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

P.UBLIC MEETING AT QUEENS TOWN. According to advertisel notice a. public meeting was hold at Queens town on Saturday evening, 29th ult., for the purpose of electing additional trustees for the Queenstownl cemetery. lIr. E. H. Cameron, M..LA.,on taking the chair, stated that although chair. man of the trustees, he took hisposition as chairman of the necting aspresident of the Shire Obuncil, and not as one of the trustees-the Government requir ing meetings for the election of trustees to be presido.l over by the President of the Council, and as he happene to till both offices there was no difficulty about that. He, however, certainly thought that an apology was due frton him and the other trustees to the pub lie concerned, as he believed that the trustees had net held a meeting for. some time. He then called on Mr. R; J. Harris, who explhined that certifiedi accounts of receipts antd expndliture;. verified by a.PL, werenauppoers f.. ftraashed to the Government antall - and this had be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

Notice. E .,lTHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING L of the SUItSCRIB:It4 of the NIl. LUMBIK LIEIAIRY INS'rlNTUTE and FREE LIBRAIRY will be held on Friday, October 12th, 1893, at 7.30 p.m. All subseribers earnestly requested to attend. JOIIN STARLING, Secretary. Notice. rlHE LADIEI COMMITTRR for the L Kangaroo Ground Church BAZAAR beg to tender their THANKS to all those who have kindly promised to assist, and wish to inform them and thopublic generally that all contributions are requested to be sent in before Christmas. Membersof Committee are also reminded that the noxt meeting takes place on the 22nd of thil month. A. CAMERON, Secretary. Notice. 'A N EXTRAOItDINARY and General Meeting of the Shareholders of the SEvelyn Observer Newspaper Company, Lim ited, will be held at the Shire Hall. Kanga. roo Ground, at 4 o'clock p.m. on Monday, 8th day of October, 1883. E. H. CAMERON, Manager. Kangaroo Ground, 24th September, 1883. '; For Sale, TN one or more lots, Black II of Darling's . "seub.diislo...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCT. 1, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCT. 1, 1883. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council met at the Council Chambers, Kangaroo Ground. Pre sent: The President (Cr. Cameron,) and Crs. Armstrong, Lowman, Beale, Robinson, M'Adam, Bell, and Wallia The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRSEPONDIENCK. The Secretary, read copy of letter he had sent to Mr. R.' Charlton, cotn cerning removing of fence off the read in Black Lane, leading to Mr. Scarce's, about which correspondence had re peatedly taken place between, the par ties concerned. Mr. Charlton always promising to attend to the matter, but had not done so as yet. hIt was resolved that the action pre viously decided by the Council be en forced.. From E. N. Staff, Kinglake (in re ply) re his application for some im provemegts in the laup leading to his place, atn , intimating, among other things, that if Mr. Beale was willing to use the road to his own place without asking for improvements, it was no reaso...

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GOLDEN MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 12 October 1883

GOLDEN MAXIMS. -o Keep good company or none at all. Solitude is saf'er than had associntes. If your hnds canlnot he uselully emplOyed, attend to the cultivation of you nindl. Always spoeak thile troth and shame the Devil. 3lko few promises but be careful to break none. - Live'up to yoer eoogngmelts, por sistenltly and fearlessly. Keep yor own11 secrets if you Ilave any, and llso tile secrets of olthers if confided to you. When vou speak to a person, look him in the face. Cood company and goold onversa tion are thie very sinews of virtue. Glld chnrneter cannot be perln neltly5 ilnjured, except by. your,ownl actt. If any mann speaks evil of. vyu, lot yolr lif lie tho oltlt no will believe [iln. Silence in sui:h a case canlno give consent. Live within your income, and make no haste to be rich if you would prosper. This anecdote is richly illustrative. It is told, of a wealthy, but very m1iser 1hlo man. One day durig the1110 Sheatedn term" last sumil er, while tile llermomleter stooll i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 12 October 1883

Every true Ooutucian (says tile NVort China Heradl) is an Agnostio. He believes only in the -seen, the unseen he regards as unknown and unknowable. When asked how we should serve the spirits, Confucius replied ' Unable to serve tmen. how can we serve spiritsl' Continp your thoughts to human duty. To servo men well is the best way to serve le gods. To the question which immediately followed, regarding death, his answer was, "Not knowing life, how can we know death 1" Attoend to the present ; why trouble yourself with insoluble riddles about the future? Life. He simply regarded such sub jects as beyond human knowledge, and refused to discuss them. lie was sure of having five senses, and declined to nmove a step further. As an Agnostic the Confueianist is tolerant of other creeds. He goes even further, aud will admit that for the ignorant multitude, and especially for woman, an apparatus of gods and demons is necessary. He does not care, thero fore, to proclaim his scepticism, still le...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 12 October 1883

ALL TIlE WORLD'S A STAGE. All men anl women take their parta, And net upon this world's wide stage; So.me play for wealth, and somei for hearts And fame, with some, is all tile rage. I, in my time, once saw a play In whieh wealth, love,and fame were acts; And if with me awhile you'll stray, I'll place before you all the facts, From Aedleigh Hall at break of dawn The joyous news sped for and wide, A danghter to tie carl was born Yet at hler birtll her nmother died. In Myrtle Lodge, below the hill, A son wif born to Artist ray, And yet hls heart for grief stood still lis darling wife hand dial that day. The chlhlren grewv tihe girl ws fair, And Clayton waes a noble boy ; They were so younlg, nio one rdid care To stop them it their clildish Joy. Lulirn was proIud--thIey inude her so, Tclling lher of tIer father's ranlk Anri onle day came a crimson glow O'er Clayton's cheek ; a lady shrank Blackward nghist ; the pllbelian youth She sawi, In leavivng, glea kaiss To Lady Lurr , andlin tru...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 12 October 1883

T?,T STUrlonait. LoIN ??oi c,-T'int the Great City will ore long'bo e hary recegnis able b1y its former delizens, nall the world hns heari. The visitor passing up: the Thaimes, now finds Ills eye gmratfled by the many edli flees recently erected. As Ie reaches the famous Victoria ,Embankllent, there rie over hllin'o the' right inild the new T'imrs nllice, nl oln the left hanld tile new tower. erowlne works of. iMdesri, J.?tus Errs & Co., both plimes of Italian, architecture. It lay be said that tllose two buildings anr tyles of a far rcchingllll buslines energy of the ninetlenth 'cenltllry, for It hal resultled from such iimcielns that thele two establisteh eiiilas haveI hovuglht thellmlselv to the fore, and tht ll the 'nllulul Issue of each ilhs eonio to bu msltimatoil by mllions. Dul)ring thei last year, thie numbier of Colces of the Timoee In uestimtcanl it I o,2Tit,0iii, rwhilto the lllnlumber of plllckets of lrr's CocoA heiit if., h tIhe stoie perlli is ceputedit t 14.7...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 12 October 1883

T't U.O'URlII'JAl'DhX.VTS. The uteevt freedom etneshvet with. the p'uhbik i.f.treal, will he ulhueI toe eerre.xl* duetux qfu~l l aeu... hurt tmeontuunuictions will Uundr atny rhumutatuc.! he iaeucted. fades,,authentic'atdhy tie real eete and add. -.v f the writer, which will he regardedl itu utrethel rat,/idenftt, and me una it uurontu'u'qfqeeuI,ntitIt. It' *unutl lie hehdret We~,ehe for the uliii.ve.rlireuuedhq roreepnjduolntx.u

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING Monday, Oct. 8, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 12 October 1883

WIIITI'LESEXhSItIRE COUNOIL ORDINAIRY MONrTHLY MIIRTINO Monday, Oct. 8, 1883. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Shire Council met at the Council Chambors, Y ?n ]ean, on Motunday last, 8th inst. Present :--The President 'Or. Thomas) and Crs. Morris, Reid, Nelson, Marshall, Coulthard and Ilar The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and coltirmsed. COIltlnSPIONDSNCI:. From Crowac lands Otlice, concern ing eondlitions pertaining to nmakiing President a Justice of Pence. From IMunicipal Association, inti' mating next meeting of the Associs tion. As the notico was short, a delegate front this Council did not attend. The P'residenlt stated that the Secretary hIal forwarded him the letter, and he wnould have liked to have been present, but he. dlidnot..fee. it. his duty to attend the meeooting without having at tfrst tlih opinion of the Council, which of course he could not obtain owing to Associa tion meeting taking place before the Council mueeting. Front Trcasury, forwardin...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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RAILWAY MEETING AT NILLUMBIK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 12 October 1883

RAILTWAY MiEETING AT NIL LUMBI3K. A. public mceting was held in the Literary Institute, Nillulnhik, on Fri doly ovening, the 5th ilast., for the Ipur pose of promoting railway exoension to the district. Considering the inclcaoncoy of the weather there was a good at tendiaanc, Mr. N. Ellis was vtn!ed to the clhni*, and called upon Mr, E. M. Bill. at whose illstance the nm?n:ing was con vened, to state the olijact thereof. Mr. Bill then stated that the object at pro seat in view was to fOl'lllr local conl mitteo, to act in conjunctiaon with other localities in endeavouring to obtain nn extension of the Hleidelbecrg line through thae district. Tlhe prsenlt time he said was most opportune for the further ance .of our scheIme. The present Government :intoasmch as it wals thie representation of the views of the leading political parties iii the country, was the strolgest, and in all respects the best that lhand ver h11eld the rius of power in Victoria (cheers); so strong tait it was unnec...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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MAORI GIRLS BATHING BY MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 12 October 1883

MAOQI GIRLS BATHING BY MOONLIGHIT. Among the sights that may justly cll' for the admiration and astonish meont of the visitor stands the Lake and Hot Spring districts, or aslthey havo Ieen ealled the Great Geyser Lund of Now Zealand. These districts, as the namll implies, teem with hot springs, Sranging from 90 degrees in temIperatul' up to boiling heat. Like the South Sea Islanders, the Maoris hlere are seian. amphibious, spending meit of their tinme .in those natural warml baths, the re ianinlder being occupied in baking thesm. selves in thle hot sun. This habit of .pronmiscuous bathing seems to have takenu the fine edge off ansy mnodesty tlhy may Ihave possessed, and it is by no means an uncomloan siglt to see crowds of natives; both old ond young, male ansd ftiinale, swialaming and raailg together. One of their favorite past. times, is bathing by moonlight, and as there is no fear of catching cold, the temisperature being very equable all the year round, it is indulged in to a g...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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KANGAROO GROUND ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 12 October 1883

KANGAIROO GIIOUNI) ANNUAL tltlAL. Thel Kanugaroo Grond Annual Batll of 1883 is now a thing of the past, and can lha reconhl nas the most succossful one, in every point of view, that has as yet boon held. The la'rgo Intro, kindly lent for the occasion by MJr. Jas. An Idrw, of R]oso Bank, was neatly and artistically doencoattl with evergroons. Visitors front all the surrounding dis tricts lld also fromlll ellourlno were presoet. At oight o'clock the Iall was opened by a polka, and dances on the programnmo to the numblor of tweontylive woer gone through, lbt still many solnted determnined to keep good the poet's lines, \We wont go home till morning, till daylight does appmor," so two or three mloraI dances were tripped through, when the twittoring of birds anonlouced the break of day, and the conlliny then brmoke lp and dispersa.l to their resl.ctivo lhonmes, seemingly highly pleased withtheirnight's dancing. During the night three step-alnces were given inl capital style by Mr. Muhlli...

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