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1904 Free Press (Vol.4)
November 1904

Printed every Tuesday St. John's, Newfoundland, Price 2 cents
Posted with permission from the Family Tree Group Organization
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Nov 1, 1904

The Districts

Judge SEYMOUR was at Botwoodville during the past week, and the foreign sailor belonging to the schooner Stella Delware, who stabbed another from the same ship was fined sixty dollars or six months imprisonment.

A man named Robert BENNETT, aged about 55 years, was killed at Port-aux-Basques on Saturday night. He was an employee of the Reid Company, and while an engine was shunting cars, he got on the pilot. Slipping from his position, the wheels went over one leg, almost severing it. Everything was done for him, but within two hours he has passed away.



BARRETT - At Bay of Islands on Oct 24th, the wife of A. L. BARRETT, of a son.



BUSSEY-COOK - At the Cochrane Parsonage, on the 26th inst., by the Rev. Dr. COWPERTHWAITE, Mr. John BUSSEY, of New Melbourne, to Miss Bertha COOK, of the same place.

TUCKER-TUCKER - On Oct 25th, at the C.of E. Cathedral, by Rev. C. CARPENTER, Robert TUCKER, of Broad Cove, St. John's West, to Miss Bertha Lily TUCKER second daughter of Thomas TUCKER of Thorburn Road .

SPURDLE-CANNING - At the Gower St Parsonage, On Oct 29th , by Rev. J.L. DAWSON, Mr. George SPURDLE to Mrs. Harriett E. CANNING, of St. John's.

COX-PEARCY - At the home of Mr. John BRAGG, 48 Long's Hill, on Oct 30th, by the same, Mr. Charles COX, New Bay, to Mrs. Jessie PEARCEY, Fortune.

COOPER - ABBOTT - At the Gower Street Parsonage, on Oct 31st, by the same, Mr. Edward COOPER, Grates Cove, to Miss Rachel ABBOTT, Bonavista.


WALSH - At Fermeuse, after a short illness, Mary, beloved wife of Nicholas WALSH, and daughter of James RYAN, aged 34 years.

HICKEY - On the 26th ult., Margaret, the beloved wife of Michael HICKEY, youngest daughter of the late John FITZGERALD, butcher, of Cochrane Street .

TOBIN - On the 26th ult., Hilda Mary, beloved child of James and Tryphena TOBIN, aged 9 years.

BUTLER - On the 25th ult., Harriet, beloved wife of John A. BUTLER.

MARTIN - On Oct 6th, after a short illness, John MARTIN, aged 78 years.

MITCHELL - On Oct 27th, after a long and painful illness, Eliza MITCHELL, aged 78 years.

TAYLOR - On the 28th ult., after a long and painful illness, Annie, only surviving daughter of the late Annie and Samuel TAYLOR.

GOULD - At Pouch Cove, on the 27th ult., after a long and painful illness, James GOULD.

Nov 8, 1904


The electric light was turned on the town on Thursday night for the first time. Full connections have not yet been completed. The improvement afforded in the lighting of the shops and the main street is one that we very much appreciated and supplies a long felt want. Such was the appreciation on Thursday night that the event was celebrated by the firing of numerous joy guns which work the echoes of the distant hill.


Emma WHALEN fell a victim to that dreaded disease consumption on Wednesday. She was taken down in the bloom of youth, being 18 years of age. Being a scholar of the Methodist Sunday school here, the members of the said school attended the funeral yesterday. Rev. James NURSE preached a very appropriate sermon.


Wedding Bells

Miss Georgie Sybella CARTER, third daughter of the Mr. George A. and Mrs. HUTCHINGS, was married on Thursday afternoon to Lieut. Arthur Herbert Charles CHESNEY of H.M. S Charybdis, youngest son of the late Colonel Robert and Mrs. Home. .....


The Districts

John ?? GEEHANRA, servant of Sir Robert Bond, was drowned at Whitbourne on Thursday night. He had been out joining in the celebrations in honor of the Liberal victory, and returning to the house must have taken the short way, crossing Junction Pond by the railway track and falling over the embankment in the darkness. Not turning up Friday morning search was made for him and his body was found about 8 yards off the shore lying face down, his feet towards the track. Deceased was about 20 years of age and a native of Topsoil.

It is our painful duty to record the loss of another life as the result of that foolhardy practice of taking chances with locomotives. The affair of Friday night at Port-Aux-Basques adds one more to the list of railway accidents, Robert BENNETT, a man of 55 years of age, an employee of the Reid-Newfoundland Co., at Port-aux-Basques, was walking down the siding when engine No. 100, in charge of driver BROWN, was shunting. BENNETT thought the engine was backing from him and attempted to get on the pilot. There was another man on the pilot, who shouted to BENNETT to get clear of the track, but he slipped under the pilot and the pony trucks struck the unfortunate man, severing one leg near the thigh and breaking it in two places. Those on the engine were horrified at the spectacle and Dr. GRANT was summoned immediately, and did everything possible to alleviate the victim's sufferings, but he passed away after about two hours of intense suffering. An investigation was held on Saturday before Magistrate SQUARREY, who exonerated the company from all blame. A sorrowing wife and two daughters ware left to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate husband and father. Western Star.



MCCULEY-ROWELL - At Montreal , on the 26th Oct by the Rev. Fa. M. CALLAGHAN, P.P., St. Patrick's , Marion Campbell (May), daughter of John H. ROWELL, to Clarence Caleb MCCULLEY, of Chatham , NB.

PAYNE-HALL - At Gower Street Parsonage, on Nov 3rd, by the Rev. J.L. DAWSON, Mr. William PAYNE, Aquaforte, to Miss Maude M.J. HALL, of Bay Bulls.

PEDDINGTON-SCAPELIN - At the Gower St., Parsonage, on Nov 3rd by the Rev. J.L. DAWSON, Mr. Albert Edward PEDDINGTON, of H.M.S. Calypso, to Miss Hannah SCAPELIN, of St. John's.

BUCKLE-MORIARTY - On the 30th Oct., at the R.C. Cathedral, by the Rev. Archdeacon O'NEIL, Mr. James BUCKLE, of Bonne Esperance, to Miss Mary MORIARTY, Cove Road.



BROCKLEHURST - On Nov 1st after a long illness, Mary Ann, beloved wife of Charles BROCKLEHURST, aged 54 years.

FIELD - On Nov 1st after a short illness, Edith E.C., relict of the late Walter FIELD, aged 38 years.

HEALEY - On Oct 31st, Elizabeth Kavanagh, wife of Henry HEALEY, aged 26 years.

Chafe - On the 3rd inst., Louisa, beloved wife of Alfred CHAFE.

STRINGER - On the 2nd inst., after a very painful illness, Mary E., beloved wife of Jabez STRINGER.

BENNETT - On Nov. 3rd, after a lingering illness, William G. BENNETT, (shipwright), aged 54 years.

BREEN - On Nov 5th, after a long and painful illness, John, beloved husband of Margaret BREEN, aged 80 years.

Nov 15, 1904


We regret to learn of the death at the age of 21, of Miss Winnie DICKINSON, second daughter of Mr. G. Hl. DICKENSON of this city, and granddaughter of the late Hon. Chas. R. AYRE.

The death of Mr. James HIGGINS, of King's Road, occurred on Tuesday night. Deceased, who had been unwell for some time, was the father of Mr. W.J. HIGGINS, the well known secretary of the football league.

The marriage of Dr.J.A.CHISHOLM, of Terra Nova, Newfoundland , to Miss Mamie E. BURKE, of Mira, Cape Breton , took place at that place on the 8th inst., Rev. Father KILEY, P.O. Louisburg, performing the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Susie BURKE, while Mr. Roderick CHISHOLM, of Providence , R.I. did like services for the groom. After taking dinner at the residence of the bride's parents, the happy couple left by the Bruce for their future home at Terra Nova.

Mrs. Mary THOMAS, widow of Martin THOMAS, of this city, passed away Monday morning at her home on Summer Street, Ipswich , after an illness of ten months. Mrs. Thomas was born in Newfoundland 64 years ago, Oct 24th. She was married twice, her first husband being Frederick RHODES, of Halifax, NS and the second Martin THOMAS of this city. Both husbands were drowned. Mrs. THOMAS had lived in Ipswich more than twenty years and was respected by all who knew her. Gloucester , Mass. Times.

The following appointments appeared in last week's Gazette: -....Mr. I. LIDSTONE, to be an additional member of the road Board for Laurencetown, District of Twillingate…..

Yesterday's Herald stated that Mr. H. M. WHITNEY President, and Mr. B.F. PEARSON, Secretary, of the Timber Estates Company, were on their way to the city to complete the papers providing for the transfer of Millertown and adjoining properties to the Harmsworths of London for their pulp enterprise. Mr. W. P. ALLAN, a lawyer representing the Harmsworths, also arrived in the City on Sunday night by the Silvia, and these gentlemen will arrange the transfer. The Herald gives the purchase amount as $500,000, - $460,000 to go to the Timber Estates for their Millertown areas and $40,000 to Messrs. MARTIN Brothers for their land adjoining, which is necessary to complete the area.

George BULGER , of Cottels Island , was drowned at Exploits the past week. With a companion named Abraham CHALK, he was proceeding to his home in his small vessel, and was at the wheel steering, when the boom jibed and BULGER was knocked overboard. Bringing the larger boat up to the wind CHALK jumped into the dingy towing behind and pulled to the drowning man's assistance, but before he reached him he sank. BULGER was a married man and his wife and four small children survive him.

A message was received in town on Friday from Greenspond, telling of a sad drowning occurrence. Two men, John KELLY, of Deer Island , and Edward MAHER, of Burnt Island , with their wives and two boys were on their way to Hare Island in a boat. While passing through the Swerries, a sudden squall struck her and KELLY was knocked overboard by the boom. MAHER attempted to reach him, overbalanced himself and fell in the sea. The women were unable to render any assistance and both men were drowned before their eyes, and they had to sail the boat to land themselves.



YOUNG-WATSON - At the Manse, Point Pleasant , Bay of Islands, on the 26th Oct, by the Rev. J.M. ALLAN, Mr. Norman YOUNG and Miss Bessie WATSON, both of Corner Brook .

HOGAN-FLEMING - On the 18 Oct, at the RC Cathedral, by the Rev. Archdeacon O'NEIL, Mr. P.J. HOGAN to Miss May FLEMING, niece of the Rev. Fr. FLEMING, Toronto, Canada, both of this city.

MURPHY-WHITTEN - On the 9th inst., in St. Patrick's Church, by Rev. Dean RYAN, Wm. MURPHY to Grace WHITTEN, both of this city.

BRADBURY-SNOW - On Nov 8th at Gordon LODGE, Harbor Grace, by the Rev. A.W. LEWIS, Jesse BRADBURY to Isabella SNOW, both of Bay Roberts.

NOSEWORTHY-CLARKE: At St. James' Church, Harbor Grace, On Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. F.W. COLLEY, Walter NOSEWORTY, son of Mr. John NOSEWORTY, of that town, to Sophia, daughter of Mr. John CLARKE, of Carbonear.

BECK-ADAMS - At the home of Mr. Josiah SIMMONDS, 47 William Street , Nov 12th, by Rev. J. L. DAWSON, Mr. Fletcher G. BECK, of Sound Island to Miss Alista Ann ADAMS, of Arnold's Cove.

TIZZARD - YOUDEN - At the Parsonage, Gower Street, Nov 12th , by Rev. J.L. DAWSON, Mr. Levi TIZZARD, of Old Perlican, to Mrs. Julia Ann YOUDEN, of St. John's



DOYLE - At St. Bride's, on Nov 4th inst., Catherine, wife of the late James DOYLE, a native of New Inn, Country Tipperary, Ireland, aged 99 years.

DRODGE - At the home of his parents, 71 Lime Street , on the 8th inst., Azariah DRODGE, aged 15 years.

MURPHY - At St. Joseph 's Academy, Mona Arkansas, Sister M. DeSales (Bride), eldest daughter of Edward and Catherine MURPHY, of this city, aged 26 years.

HOPKINS - At Heart's Content, on the 4th inst., after a long illness, Jonathan, youngest son of the late Richard HOPKINS, aged 53 years.

HIGGINS - On Nov 9th, after a long illness, James HIGGINS, aged 59 years.

CULLMORE - After a lingering illness, there passed peacefully away at 4 o'clock , on Nov 10th, Maggie CULLMORE, aged 25 years.

MCGRATH - On Nov 11th, after a short illness, Edward W. MCGRATH (shoemaker) aged 32 years.

BURKE - On Nov 11th, after a long and painful illness, John BURKE, aged 63 years.

MALONE - On the 11th inst Francis MALONE, aged 77 years.

WALLACE - At Cambridge , Mass. , on the 5th inst., James WALLACE, late of this city.

MURPHY - At Broad Cove, on the 6th inst., after a short illness, Margaret, beloved wife of Edward MURPHY, aged 35 years.

BROWN - At Bell Isle, on the 3rd inst., Annie, beloved wife of James BROWN.

COOPER - On the 11th inst., after a long illness, John COOPER, aged 64 years.

DUNN - On Nov 13th, Edward VINCENT, aged two months, infant child of William and Catherine DUNN.

SCOTT - yesterday morning, John SCOTT, a native of Saltcoats, Ayrshire , Scotland .

HAYES - On Nov 13th after a short illness, Mary, beloved wife of the late Michael HAYES.

BECK - Yesterday morning after a long illness, Mary , beloved wife of James J. BECK, aged, 30 years, a native of Ferryland.

Nov 22, 1904

Carbonear Nov 21st St. Patrick's church was yesterday the scene of a very pretty wedding. At 4 o'clock the building was nearly filled by visitors who assembled to witness the interesting event which united the lives and fortunes of two of our young and esteemed citizens. Mr. Wm. HOGAN and Miss Bride MCGRATH. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F.D. MCCARTHY. ......



The death of Mrs. Bertha LESEMAN, wife of the late Capt. H.G. LESEMAN, occurred at her residence, Duckworth St, on Friday night. The deceased lady who was a daughter of the late Mr. F.W. BOWDEN, had been suffering from consumption for some time past, and her demise was not unexpected.

Miss MANEUL, of Exploits, returned from a pleasant trip to the US last week. She had been staying with friends at New York , and Washington , Penn. , the home of Norman DUNCAN whose Newfoundland stories are world famous. Mr. DUNCAN's last book, "Dr. LUKE of the Labrador" has just been issued, and has met with much success. During his visit to this country two years ago, Mr. DUNCAN spent a great part of his time at the home of Mr. Josiah MANUEL at Exploits.


The Districts

A young man named PIKE was drowned at Channel on Saturday. It is said he was subject to fainting fits, and while on Clements & Co's wharf he was attacked by one of them and fell overboard. A brother of his was drowned at Sydney , about three months ago.

Wilson FARROTT, of Scillly Cove, was recently drowned off Turk's Cove. While returning with two relatives, John and Augustus PARROTT, in a large punt from Heart's Content with a load of lumber, a heavy squall struck them off Turk's Cove and the boat was upset. Wilson sank out of sight immediately, and is supposed he was struck by the lumber, but the other men held on to the boat until they were rescued by the people form the cove. An effort was made to get the body but without success.


PARSONS - On the 4th inst., the wife of Mr. Samuel PARSONS foreman at Wood's Candy Factory, of a daughter.

TAVERNER - On the 18th inst., a son to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin TAVERNER.

CHAFE - On Saturday, Nov 19th inst., a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. S.G. CHAFE.



HOWLETT - DOYLE - On the 13th, at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. W. JACKMAN, Wm. M. HOWLETT to Rose, daughter of the late Peter DOYLE.

PARSON-MARTIN - At the Methodist Parsonage, Harbor Grace, on the 15th inst, by Rev. James PINCOCK, Edgar PARSON, of Ochre Pit Cove, to Clara MARTIN, daughter of Abraham MARTIN, of this town.



SLATTERY - On Nov 15th after a long illness, Bridget Mary, wife of James SLATTERY, aged 68 years.

DICKINSON - Passed peacefully away, on Monday evening, Nov 14th, 1904 , Lena Winifred, second daughter of ? Gustavus H. And Selina DICKINSON, aged 21 years.

RYAN - On Nov ?15th, after a short illness, Margaret, the beloved wife of Thomas RYAN, aged 38 years.

MUNN - on the 15th inst., at Harbor Grace, John Falconer, only son of Norman and Martha MUNN, aged 3 mos.

MURPHY - On ? 1st, of consumption, Annie, daughter of Margaret and the late John MURPHY, aged ? 22 years.

COX - Suddenly Thursday Nov 17th, Mr. Peter COX, aged ?? 68 years, a native of Devonshire , England .

Murphy - At Broad Cove, Renews, Nov 6th, after a short illness, Margaret, the beloved wife of Edward MURPHY, aged 36 years.

LESEMAN - On the ???? inst., after a protracted illness, Bertha E. LESEMAN, aged 33 years.

GUZZWELL - On the 20th inst., James GUZZWELL, son of John and Catherine GUZZWELL, aged 30 years.

GALWAY - On Sunday evening, at 8:30 pm after a long illness, Margaret Ann (Maggie), youngest daughter of the late William and Ellen GALWAY.

BYRNE - On Nov ??/ at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Catherine ?????, Washington St. , Boston , Mass. , Mrs. Catherine J. BYRNE, aged 52 years.

KAVANAUGH - On Nov 29th, Elizabeth, wife of Patrick KAVANAUGH, aged ?? 39 years.

MCDONALD - On the 28th inst., after a long illness, Winnifred ?????, aged 36 years, beloved wife of Daniel MACDONALD, engineer of s.s. John Green.

Nov 29, 1904

Tilt Cove

Nov 25th - The copper ore steamers have been busy up to the present time taking away the ore. Only one steamer is now due this fall and the output for the year closes. The year's export of mineral closes with some thousands of tons shipped in excess of last year. The company is to be congratulated on its success, and especially on the freedom from accidents in connection with mining.

Mr.John MANUEL, of Jackson 's Cove came by Clyde , accompanied by a fair damsel from Rouge Harbour , NW Arm. The report that he is to take back a bride is assumed to be fairly correct. We wish Mr. MANUEL much happiness.



Nov 28th - The wedding of Mr. William MULLINS, a well known young man, of this town , to Miss Mary KEOUGH of Bay-de-Verde, took pace on Saturday evening, the ceremony being performed by Rev. F. D. MCCARTHY.



A short time since death visited the home of one of our respected neighbors here and claimed a victim in the person of John B. HENNESSEY. Deceased had been ailing for some time hence death did not come unexpectedly. Much sympathy is felt for the friends, who are mourning his early demise as he had scarcely attained his 26th year.



Nov 22, 1904 - It is with regret I have to report the death of Mrs. BRAZIL , the aged mother of Mr. Benjamin BRAZIL, Customs officer of this place. Mrs. BRAZIL only recently left Harbour Grace, where she had lived throughout her life, in order to spend her declining days with her son. In the first week of November she said to her daughter-in-law "I'll lie down for a moment or two for I don't feel properly well." The minutes became prolonged into days and one week later at the ripe age of 82, she "fell on sleep.".........



The funeral of the late William PIKE who was drowned on Saturday last took place on Monday. The S.U.P. of which deceased was a member, attended in full regalia.


The districts

The wedding of Mr. A.G. Sutton, of the Daily News typographical staff and Miss Phoebe J. MOORE took place at the C.E. Cathedral on Thursday night, the ceremony being performed by Rev. H.V. WHITEHOUSE.........


The districts

The Virginia Lake brought the news of the drowning of a lad named DYSON, at spotted Islands , while out shooting sea birds. In some way he must have upset his boat, and the finding of her bottom up, was the first knowledge his friends had of the accident. The body was afterwards recovered with jiggers.

Little Eleanor May, the six year old daughter of Mr. Leander DROVER, was drowned at Witless Bay , on Thursday week last. She was playing by her home after a light fall of snow, and in some way must have fallen into the water, for when she was found to be missing a search was made, her body was discovered some distance down the river, caught under the bridge.

Frederick LINEHAM, of Salmonier, was drowned at that place on the 18th inst. The accident occurred through the unfortunate man upsetting a dory, which was being towed by a schooner. LINEHAM managed to climb on the bottom of the dory, but a skiff which was also in tow of the schooner ran up and swept him off. The men in the schooner did their utmost to rescue him, but as there was only one oar in the boat they could not reach him quickly enough to save him. The body was recovered next day.

A drowning fatality occurred at Hant's Harbor on Tuesday last, by which Henry RYAN, aged 60, and John RYAN, aged 23, his nephew, lost their lives. With William and Parkins HARRIS and John DIAMOND they went to the fishing rounds that morning and through some mishap overturned their boat. Another boat with Charles BROWN and Willis MARCH of Lance Cove was near at the time and they managed to get to the scene of the disaster in time to save the lives of the three latter men. The occurrence has cast a gloom over the town. The older man RYAN is survived by a widow and 11 children. The younger man was unmarried. Their bodies have not been recovered.



GOOBY - On the 22nd inst., a son to Mr. and Mrs. W.P. GOOBY.

TAYLOR - On the 27th inst., a son to Mr. and Mrs. Michael TAYLOR



FLYNN - CAREW - On the 21st inst., at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Dr. O'REILLY, John FLYNN, of St. John's, to Mary A. CAREW of Salmonier.

CANDOW-SELLARS - At St. Paul's Church, on Tuesday, 15th inst., by the Rev. Canon NOEL, Robert CANDOW, of Tickle Cove, BB to Emily eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas SELLARS of Harbor Grace.

GIBBONS-NOSEWORTHY - At the Gower Street Methodist Parsonage, on the 21st inst., by the Rev .J.L. DAWSON , Mr. Baxter GIBBONS, to Miss Annie NOSEWORTHY.

MARTIN - BARTON - At the RC Cathedral, on Sunday, by the Rev. Archdeacon O'NEIL, Mr. Henry MARTIN, to Miss Mary BARTON, of the Goulds.

PENNEY-PITMAN - On the 15th inst., at the chapel of Sacred Heart, St. Kyran's, by the very Rev. W.P. DOUTNEY, Mary Elizabeth, oldest daughter of P. PENEY, Esq., of ??Clattieeto James PITMA, of ? Challoners, Paradise Sound.

SQUIRES - FLYNN - On the 15th by the very Rev. W. P. DOUTNEY, Mr. William SQUIRES of Petit Forte, to Mary Ann, daughter of the late Nicholas FLYNN, of St. Anne's, Placentia West.

WICHAM-KENNA - At St. Patrick's Church, on the 23rd ult., by the Rev. Dean RYAN, Mr. Martin WICKHAM to Miss Katie KENNA, formerly of Fogo.



MOULTON- At Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on Nov 10th 1904 of typhoid fever, Maggie Ann, dearly beloved wife of J.C. MOULTON, and eldest daughter of the late W.H. PIPPY of St. John's, NFLD.

JERRETT - At Slough , England , on Nov 1st, Geo. C. JERRETT, aged 72 years, a native of Devonshire , England .

CADWELL - On Nov 21st, after a short illness, Eliza Jane, beloved wife of James CADWELL, aged 43 years.

LESHANA - On the 21st inst., of convulsions, Charles J. infant son of William and Mabel G. LESHANA, aged 6 months.

FORRISTALL - At London , Ontario , Thomas, son of the late Gregory FORRISTALL, of this city, aged 48 years.

JOHNSON - On the 23rd inst., after a lingering illness, Susannah JOHNSON, aged 72 years.

DROVER - Drowned at Witless Bay, Trinity Bay, On Thursday, 17th inst., Eleanor Mary, eldest daughter of Charlotte and Leander DROVER, aged 6 years.

POWER - On the 23rd inst., John M., only and beloved son of James and Bride POWER, aged 8 months.

HOWLETT - On the 25th inst., after a long and painful illness, Robert HOWLETT, aged 75 years.

HARTERY - Suddenly, on the 24th inst., Lizzie May, oldest daughter of Capt. E. and Mrs. HARTERY, aged 3½.

BYRNE - On Nov 27th, after a long illness, Ellen, daughter of John and Mary BYRNE.

CHIDLEY - At South Boston, Nov 16th, Elizabeth, beloved wife of the late John CHIDLEY, of St. John's, Newfoundland.

KEELS - On the 27th inst. After a lingering illness, Margaret, eldest daughter of Michael and the late Ellen KEELS, aged 20 years.



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