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Voi,UMI5 IV, NUMIIKR 2 2.
: mi.si'n.i'i:s no.stn.ri.i
I HM-IFK I XXXI.
May 23, 1862, a riot ocruried on I ' f(Hin,l ,ncw Wnn'-ri in the practice
Niiu.inu street, between a gang of f,r lt!i fn 1S63 a son of a missionary
liihurier returning from their work and"" Oalin, visiting Indian Creek, III
1 number of tmsseiiBcrs liv a sliin from
Si mland en route for Victoria,
Jmti'.h Columbia. These were more
or li s intoxK.ituI and disorder!) Out
nil the National Hotel, which then
oud on the present site of the F.m-
liii House, one of the paMcngcm
whither intentionally or not stntotered
m.d tollided homily against one of the
11 live pnwnera, who were marching in
I in ., under the charge of an mcrseer.
I in man immediately turned and
nil k his assailant, who of course re-
t irned the compliment. 1 lis c omrades
iii-dml m to help him and the fight
mi soon became general. There
were about a hundred of the passen
I'tr., while the prison gang did not cc
cicil forty. The latter turned into
Hotel street, followed bv the houlinit
m ib, where they were oidcred by the
ouiscer to tear some pickets from a
fnue to defend thcmscUes with. Some
of the polite in trying to stop the riot,
' wile more or lens injured by the blows
from pickcts.in the hands of the ex ited
-jrr,. prisoners, while a number of the pas-
rZ . winters were beaten in a most lirui.il
& "Ojynwr, after being knocked down. A
4TJl retlent of Kool.iu, who unforluiutely
22yfot M" l"C tioiul, was badly cut
, - vwioiir-yjia neaii anil otnerwise hatteieri
'awHitmscii Altera tune tlie prisoners
!JMfWt.)vithdraw n, having apparently got
SfOjif WKkr Ml their drunken opponents,
yvyimui "ils pani.uiy ijuicieo,
r'the excitement was kcut un
durinj; the ecning, among the one
hundred ami eighty "Colonials," who
weie on shoie, and at one time it tuis
feared that we should have a lepctV;
Hon of the scenes witnessed cltiring'the
ailor riots of 1S52. Hut through the
active and discreet exertions of Marshal
l'arke, aided by some of the citizens,
the passengers scre induced to leturn
on board their bhip, which sailed the'
next morning lor Victoria.
About this time, sugar not having
yet become the king ol our domestic
products, considerable attention was
directed to the making of preserves out
of the different fruits which than giew
wild so abundantly all over the islands,
aiieli as, guavas, pohas, stiawberries,
pineapples, china oranges, citrons, some
oianges, limes anil lun.1u.1s. These
had long previously been made into
jams and jHlies in small cpiantilies for
family use among the missionaries, but
in 186.', Mr. h". Horn: (the confeetionei
of Hotel stieet) in company with one
IliscIiofT, at their establishment corner
of king and Matlnakci streets, went
jnto the business of making jams
putt) largely, About 10,000 pounds
tr sugar .were used each wecWfn the
tnaiUifacfture. Some thiity or forty
thousand pounds of the pieserveil
fruits, put up in tins were exported to
California in a single month. Eastern
compeitition probably rendered the
prosecution of this island industry
which at one time appealed very prom
ising -so unprofitable that it was aban
doned the following year.
June 3d, the file department elected
by an almost unanimous vote, the fol
lowing officers for the year: A. J.
Cirlwnglit, chicf;V. Duncan, first assis
tant , J. A. 1 lonper, second assistant.
Ma) 31st, on receipt ot the news of
llic entry ol licneial McClellan and
the I'mon forres into Voiktown, several
pmate residences weie illuminated in
the evening, conspicuous among them
being the icsidence of Mr. 11. A. 1'.
Cuter, on Kuuiia street. There weie
transpaiencies inscribed " William ,
burg," "Island No. io," "Corinth,"
" oiktown," etc The choir of the
port street church visited Mr. Carter
dining the evening and sang The Star
bpanglea tianner, J lail Columbia, Un
cle Sam's Kami, and otiier patiiotic
songs. I he love for the Union and
the (lag was deep and strong in the
he.uts of Ameiicans in these islands,
and in those oftheii sons and dauuh
lers as well, and the stiuggle that was
going on uetween North and South was
watched herewith abuoibing iuteiest.
May 27, died at Lilitie, Kauai, Mr.
Hm. II. Rice, aged. tj, connected with
the A. II. C. K. M. An obituary notice
published at the time thus speaks of
In the ileal li f Mr, Kite the 111I1011 liao
eicrienc a I111S not uion lu lw mvlu iiji 01
foiollcn 1 (or in (lie ileciiasetl w.is sucli a
combination of excvllcmics its j.n far tcm.tids
ivikuclni n faultless ch trader. S) niiailiuiii,
l.iml, tlltmlerasliil, iOA.i.-ssini: cxcclli-m Jutlj;
niciil, mottling giving oflense lit uorii ilctsli
lu whs tin 111111 inline many liitmli ami but
few ciieinlra. Tin- simple nitiirs stum loniuul
lixsmiule in him. for he iwut iuiikiI llu-ir
icuorancu r ihdr tlulicuUU. in his pii-.au-galil
1 hence meal was tlirfr alnlu for him, anil
Ktcal ii Iheir soon tin itcwuiit of hi. ilcaih.
Air. It ico ilicil of ciinsuiiihlioii -,unl ilarlnir.
lib Hngciing Illness his utlcnce ami faith nml
chreiiulncvi weie tin prisini',.
J line 51I1, the Stranger's Friend
Society, composed of Honolulu ladies,
held us tenth anniversary, when the
following nlhYeis were elected for the
ensuing year! Re. S, C. Damon,
piesident, Mrs. W. A. Aldrich and
Mrs. I). R Snow, vice piesidents ; Mrs.
L Smith, sec icLiiy; Mis. J. W. Austin,
tieasurerj Mias Alice lliown, tjiiectress.
'I he society had the sum of $2,250
invested, drawing u percent, interest,
I'he total iceupts 01 the Society for
the ten years fioiu its organiaation in
1852 were $7,5 13.82, and its average
nnmut expenditiucs lor the relief of the
ilestilute and suffering strangers weie
Wjteu I was in the California mines
dutmg the fust year of their dicover)
J$) 'iftl! m w'1'' u l'l,a'' of
'reijiprniore nativti Hawaiians,
Mere, in llic cnrlicr niininjf tinier, when
religion and inoraW were at a discount,
Dorado county. California, wrote as
follows of a colony of Sandwich
Islai.dcis which he found there :
I fonml here (went) four Kanakas all 11a
WRltam with the enceplinn of two from Ihc
Sowli Smj two Hawaiian women, three
IiMlmn women of the IUggcr nee, and fou.-)
half Indian elnlilreii. At this I wis not sur
I'flseil. Hut I wan not jneinrreil to find to of
the Indian women nimiUnf; very corritll. nil
f them dremetl neatly, cut lino, netting, wash
InR and irnitltiK iheir own and their liutliand't
and children's clothes 1 lo find one of llirm
reailint; the Hawaiian Ililile ei) intelligent)),
an dorsals 1 the illicit child, a nirlif eiplit or
leu jears; to find Iwn of tlieie "I)ij((er"
women laklnj; rt in prayer met lirig", ex
(iroting rnjrels nl Iheir former ignorance, and
inly for thrir icnorant rclilivn 1 and in fiiid
them all desirous lo learn more. I nnt nnl
irexireil to find one of Iheir lret ducllinf;
iiouac :i ninri csciunivny lor religious unr
hlK -IliMiretl, lirrtvi.hil fih Irenchc, uitlia
lahle al one eiul for the upeakir to find llic
Halites lioliling nrly morning and eteninj'
meltings et-i) week il.l), henidc-s sett-ial dis'
Irict meetings on Sundj), and one 'Ihurscla)
afternoon meeting ; and to find thai for n few
weeks tint they lute kept linan afternoon
singing Khool. Most of their dwelling houtes
are euile rough, hut Kenan, peihapslhe nnt
snlislanlia Hawaiian Christian in California,
I found liting in a mit tittle clnplmird house
pm up ny niiiiscll, ininlcil nnlside and in, and
ami two of the rooms neatly pipcnd. I have
not found i more mlerrsting coinimmit) tince
coming lo California 'I tto of the Indian ttn
men ijieak Hawaiian altogether. Oneoflheni
leads il with considerable ease and correctness,
joins in the singing, lakes put in (lie pracr
niecling and prays m secret, bhe has jutl
been Liken down with the sniallio. I most
aincKl) hope tint she ma) not be tikrn
away now. She is the mother of three bright
childicii, one now al llilo, Hawaii. '
The) lure put a flop lo iliunkennen among
theniselteh, sending ofT those who would drink
and iral. I'hi) lell me that after due dcliliera
lion they tolcd lo raise Scoo for a npurelmrrit.
Land that it is 10 be .iccomiihslud ibis tear.
"V'l would be interesting to lenm-ain
view of the great changes that have
taken place in California since 1862
what lias heroine of this colony of
Hawaiians in Jil Dorado county.
We once had 'a suuar refinciv in
.1 lonolulu. A company was organized.
a charter obtained from" the govern
nient, and the following officers chosen:
S. N. Castle, president; William Ilillc
biand, vice-president; J. liarllett, secre
tary and treasurer ; G. M. Robertson,
director; Samuel S.iv idge, auditor. The
old custom house (now a Chinese rice'
mill) was leased for a icfinery and the
capital retpiired was 'put clown not to
exceed $25,000. This was regarded
by many as one of the most hopeful
projects undertaken here for a long
tune. it li the gradual increase of
plantations and sugar mills, there was
(in the then imperfect stale of manu
facture) an increase of molasses and
Ulterior grades of sugar, which liaully
aid to expoit. These, by the opcia
tionofa refinery, could be consumed
111 the production of refined or -while
sugar, yielding an income to the
planters from what before barely paid
for the containers to pack for export.
Something was also said about the fact
that in the West Indies and some other
sugar producing countries, distilleries
were allowed on plantations, whereby
the poorer grades of molasses and sugat
were converted into marketable nun,
whereas distilleries were prohibited
here The Honolulu Sugar Refinery
was a prominent institution while it
lasted; but eventually, when jireatlv
improved machinery was introduced on
the plantations, its mission was gone,
and it became a thing of the past.
1 1. U S.
The knell of nindcruus journalism sounded
some time ago. The two column editorial
wml out of date along with the editorial
'UliKxl'and much more fog) ish nonsense. The
brmht, snapp), fiesh paragiaph Ins usurped
the place of, llic solemn, laliored " Icadir,"
iusi as the telegraph Ins lakm the pi ice of
the mail. lXlieil hvxmiig ouiiial.
This li .1 solemn truth. 't lie Hag has
diopped on pondeicius journalism. 'I he great,
good-natiind public will put up with iiuiih,
but it will not hate a daily magarine at the
Ireukfasl table. Il will read a paragraph
between it ham ami eggs, but il hasn't time
lor a ret lew- the eggs would get cold. When
this old lul was new, some hundred yearn ago,
the public hankered ami hungered lor long
has mote sense
11 uosen 1 no it now. 11
and, besides, thewoildhis
moteil a peg or two. lien the public reads
11 long article nowaiia)s u must no lauleij with
news, nol some man's opinion warmed oter a
do111 limes, '1 his Uing he case, the thought
as to Ihe (alurc or the Hiciful " leatlcr "
wiiler is a saddening one. What eter will
become of the nun with the brow like Mciiury
new lighted on a heattn kissing hill and tin
throbbing intellect ? Then- is a grate dunce
that thete will not lie enough wood-niKs lo eo
mound. Cim nut jlli fiiiiifitr.
1 here is some truth in this and much
falsehood. The Loudon pajiers have
all long editouals and are read; the
best New York papei-s likewise. The
paragiaph has its uses, undoubtedly;
but it cannot usurp the function of the
editorial, while men continie to think.
llUtorif Itfiitl Anr'
Here is :i chatiuingly saicistic para
raph from Truth a London weekly
conducted b) 1-tbouclieie and, although
somewhat iconoclastic and even icvo
lulionary in its character, must not be
confounded with a slimid socialistic
sheet of the same name published in
San Francisco, Thepaiagraph is worth
quoiing, 11 tor no other reason because
it explains what some valiant I jiglisli
meii sometimes forget, that there ate
fanatics in conseivative and enlightened
F.ngland as well as. in thai turbulent and
barbarian region known geographically
is int.- uniieu amies;
" l.itlle do Ihe Aineiicans know what was
Ihc cause ot iheir Cltil War, and el ihe
assassinations of I'lesMent Lincoln and of
I'usiileut l.ail'icld. ,lr. Ncttdegale, M.I'.,
hottctrr, enlightens them on this subject in a
siKichto his conslilucuUi 'Uwk,' obtwiutl
lhl ihilosjihieal hittoiian, ' at the condition
of the Uniiisl Slates You rimemU-r her
bliKnly citi War; am), prtpirot!s as (he
country l, since then two pics!dcnt hate
Uen a.vAsiliuletl. Does not this show that
Washington was light whin lie piopuscd,
mimciliikh after tin-s,'.orMl,, ,,,, i, ,i..
molhir.ctmntiy, they thouM iccognUe (j.xl by
s3mespccu foiu, of religion? Washington
S? 'I '. Jll"-r!,01, who was actuattsj b)
lie Jesuit, and for his success that
sde a )li,hop.' The chain Is
'US. l-ueij? Ji" &"'l)- in
nriir or tiii: sjm ;;
Once upon a time, passing the gov
ernment house ai a late hour of the
night, I heard that singularly monoto
nous! limit which the old Hawaiians
delight in, and which to the untutored
car resembles nothing so much as the
summer drone of bees. I paused to
listen, for the weird chant seemed to
shape itself out of the darkness and
there was something unearthly in it or
about it j presently I dimly descried a
little cluster of dark figures crouching
Under the statue of Kamehamcha I.
Ofcoiuse I know not the burden of
their song. I wonder how many -Hawaiian
scholars can follow those musical
refrains, muffled as they ate in deep
and profound guttcrals ?
Perhaps they may have seen the
great conqueror in the llesh; they cei
tainly must have known of him when
his glory win of yesterday ; and now
they were g.ithi'icd under the gtaven
image-the imperishable effigy of him
who has pissed from them like a dream
and whose marvelous achievements
.ire as a talc that is told.
That chant was like an echo of the
half forgotton past, of the clays when
there were giants in the land, before
the Might of the gods ; and I wished
that the hand which fashioned that
statue, still now forever, might rest for
one moment on bis completed work
standing there by the government house,
while the last of the ancients ciooned
their solemn chant at midnight
wailing lor the mightiest of their kings.
As I passed on I thought of a little
volume that fell into my hands long
ago; it was called "The Tragedian"; it
was a study of the Elder Itooth, for
whom the author had great admiration;
the man and the actor were severally
anal)zed and there were careful, critical
studies of the various characters which
the marvelous dramatic genius had
created or made his own, by the supc
riority of his interpretation and the
acclamation of the world.
The writing of that book must have
been a labor of love : brilliant, enthusi
astic, and with a literary st)le quite above
the average if not as good as the best.
It was always a wonder to me that a
man who could write so well should
publish so little As a fionticepieee
there was a photograph of a bust of
liooth, a clean-cut classical head that
was almost ideal in its beauty : the
original was the pioperty 'of Kdwin
Itooth and stood in the lobby of his
theatre in New York City, so long as
the theatre existed.
The author of that book and the
author of that bust was Thomas R.
Could, the sculptor who designed the
statue of Ramehamcha I.
So charmed was I. with his tribute
to the tragedian that I could not icsist
expressing to him my delight and in
due season came a letter to me in reply
to the brief lines I had sent him by
post; a )oi lion of it follows-
I'LOKLNCi:, August 51I1, 1S70.
ty Dear Sir It was llailill, I think, who
when vagabondizing in Ihe rural districts of
Kngland, found on the table of an obscure
tateru a well thumbed cup) of the Vicar of
Wakefield, and exclaimed, "This is fame !"
- To li.it e my only book nad b) a poet, and
with "delight," loo, in the Sandwich Islands,
if it lie not fame is jet such delicate incense to
Ihe tauity of our sex anil my profession thai
I surrender and respond lo my unknown
You begin by askii'g me to explain how I,
an artisl, should suddtnlt blossom mm an
author. I didn't do il suddenly : I hate long
written cratmloiislt for the in ess : wrote at
ihe age of 20 a poem (?) of 500 lines and dcliv
cied it on ajnibhc occasion. Indeed I once
thought t had really achieved a l)ric full ol
spring, swing, cadence, lire until icccntly
the conceit was taken out of me by reading
Swinburn's essay on Willniu lllake which
quoted examples of this .utUt-poei's short,
sweil, perfect songs. You know The Tiger
of course. The I.amb is equal!) good a
dltine, nudaciniis innocence is in it, and in
If ton hate interest in sculnluie vntt miv
hke lo hear of my ideal colossal heads Christ
and Satan j statue the Westttind ; statue
Cleopatra (now a stud)); statue liimin, etc.
Hut whit signifies talking 01 writing of llieni.
Come and sec if ton eter wander this wav.
-My Westttind should go to San Francisco.
Wishing )ou great success and happiness,
I am faithful!) joms,
Thomas U. Coin o.
In the couise of lime I was " blown "
that way. Florence was not so flower
like as it would have been had I de
layed my visit a couple of months, in
fact, it was a trifle frigid- lor the Ital
ian winter is bitter cold -but I had no
s,oouer tegistercd at the banker's, as
is the custom, and returned to my
hotel fiom a long tour of the city, than
I found a card of welcome from
Thomas R. Could. I at once sought
out his studio anil was usheied into a
hall wherein copies of the ai list's best
woiks weie on exhibition. I iccog
111ed t,he Westwind the moment
I entered, a dainty female figuie that
seemed poised in the air supported by
lloating garments that curled like a
cloud about her.
The conception (similar in some le
spectx to thai which Randolph Rogers
embodies in his Lost Pleiad the
latter work is now in San Francisco) is
mote elherial than anything of the
kind which I have seen elsewheie. It
is a materialised zyph)i,
Theic were many ideal busts in the
hall, lily like ladies and rosebud gitU
The Satan, lo which the artist refers in
his letters was there ; surely the devil
was never moie dangerously portrayed,
for Could has made of him a -touth
whose perfect beauty disarms suspicion;
though if one looks 1 loser, the cunning
and the revengeful spirit are there:
A statue ofTinion was in .the hands
of the aitist, and that too, a very noble
hgure standing scornfully upon ihe
brink of a rock against which a wave
was breaking. He is saying:
"thru, tmUMi. re.rfill) tur il,t grst,
I j mIhtic ltl lljLlil f.tttW U lh C4 I'M) U
(lli) uratc-stufi .U1I), luAe ibinc efluph,
'I tut iir.uli hi m at utUtrs' ot utj) Utih."
Mr. Could was at work in an inner
toom ; he came forward clad in his
blouse and with chisel in hand ; our
meeting was like the meeting of old
friends.--for there is such a tliiiiK as
iredestined fellowshij). He would
laniiyispcrmit me lo examine his works
beri?he hurried me into his private
'oi-ynenis aim niauc me at home
""'oniiy. A delightful atuios
4; Mrs. Could, thei
me most loving 01 mothers, a vcr)
beautiful woman who was the model
for some of his ideal studies, was, at
that time, looking forward with en
thusiasin to the future of the elder son,
a student in his father's studio ; but a
younger son of not more than fifteen
or sixteen years filled her with per
plexity for, like sonic other youthful
Americans who are reaied abroad, he
had already begun to loose interest in
life, and ask if it were worth living
There is no problem more purling
than the proper devolpment of a lUue
bab). I wonder what has become ol
We talked mostly of New England,
not it; the sentimental fashion which
prevails among voluntary American e.x
iles, but with genuine longing as a
wholesome tinge of home-sickness, and
we promised to meet again, if possible,
somewhere, somehow, somewhen.
Mrs. Gould promised me a supetb
set ol photograph fiom a bust of her
self which her husband considered his
cied'iriivx, and he promised others as
I.icluctantly left them in their house.
It was hut a few hours later that a pack
age was left at my rooms and among a
number of choice photographs, with
autographs these are the choirest sou
venirs of tiavel I found this little
K1.01.1.M l, rchruny, 0, 1S75.
It won't do, in) Iwy, I can't pm with those
imperial pliolngiaphs; they ale unique. M)
wife Ins Ihc generosity of an angel. I am
t (Ihe word is illegible), but if these examples
of a smaller size will concent )ou, the) are
)Ours, ami ni) heart goes with them lo you.
Faithfully, Thomas It. Ciotiio."
At the doors of the studio, as I left
it, my eyes fell upon a medallion that
hung in a half shadow; a brooding,
war-like face, the face of the dead,
looked out at me from undcravizar
that was like the jaws of a sepulchei;
it seemed the face of one froen with
horror, a face whciein there was no
hopes of icst, a face unutterably sad,
with deep, compelling eyes, a beard like
vapor and lips that were sealed like
the tomb. It was the ghost of the
Royal I lane. Would that the spirit of
turn who lashiotictl it were as tangible
to us to day. Kamaainw.
The third volume of Ilritish census
reports for 1881 gites some startling
statistics respecting the industrial sys
tem of Crcat llritain. In iS6fi,
X '4i900io was received for 170,000
000 pounds of cotton yarn exported;
in iS3i it sold, for ,13,000,000, more
than 255,000,000 pounds. The quan
tity sold nearly doubled, while the
money received was one-seventh less.
The cotton piece goods in the same
period doubled in the number of yards
exported, while the price received was
only one-twelfth more. That is, in
other words, the wages received gave a
pooiersupport while the labor was in
creased. For the whole number of
persons employed in the textile indus
tries in 1S61 was 1,025,870, as against
fOSJ.Sdd in 1S81. It is a significant
fact that had it not been foi the in
crease of persons employed in making
shoddy goods, 83,176 in 1S61 and
147,874 in 1881, there would have
been an actual falling off in the number
ol persons employed. In agriculture
there has been a marked decline,
2i'Oir54 persons employed in 1861
and only 1,383,184 in 1881, a decrease
of 31 percent. " Is this the best ic
suit of that industrial system which has
naci lor its single aim the iindersellinc
of the rest of the'inanufacturing world? '
asks a pertinent querist.
Of the many Mediterranean health
resorts, none, perhaps, is less familiar
to foreign visitors than the little seaport
town of Antibes, so beautifully situates!
on a promontory between Cannes and
Nice. It commands a fine view of the
" sapphire sea," the Hay of Nice and
the snow-capped Maritime Alps, upon
which the sunsets aie surpiisingly
ueauiuui. a pier, constructed uy Yau
ban, connects the little town with some
islanch; in the bay, and enjoys historic
reputation as the landing-place of
isapoieon 1. on ins return fiom Ulna
on the 1st of March, 1815. The dis
tant lianorama, which takes in Nice
with its picturesque sunotiudings, is
-periecuy nugniuceiit.' I he climate is
delightful and a coi respondent writes
in high piaise of the comfort and civil
ity to be met with at the Otaiid Hotel
du Cap, which was reopened by the
niesent proprietor last October, afur
being shut up for a considerable period.
The charge for pension is ten francs a
day only, and the food excellent, which
contrasts favorably with the "fleecing"
visitors have to endure at Nice, Cannes,
Monte Carlo and Mentoue. Hawaiians
intending to visit Hurope ought to
make a note of this.
A summary of lailroad building in
the United States for i8Sj shows that
fi,ooo miles ol main tiack tras laid, at.
an a,jnoiuiate cost of $165,000,000,
making the total miles of railway in the;
country to date about 1 20,000. The
construction dining 1882 was the
largest in the history of the country -1
1,600 miles ; the year before, 8,800.
The United States Senate
Relations Committee took
l'acifie Coast bill regarding the Chinese
Restriction law, recently, but be
yond basing the bill read, did not do
anything in the matter.
It is said that the Pope U about to
issue an encyclical letter regarding Free
Masons, in which it is believed distinc
tion will be made between the Conti.
ncntal and Kuglish societies.
The Mexican Telegraph Company
has made the rate for newspaper
specials five cents lor day and two and
one-half cents for night messages from
Chihuahua to Kl l'aso, Texas.
Representative Adams, or Illinois,
ha contemplated introducing a bill
providing for national bank circulation,
based on a dejiosit of coin instead ol
United States bonds.
The .Spanish Council of State has
decidetl by a vote of 14 auaiiut it that
an Anglo SpanUh treaty of cominetce
ISLANDj2tf UARY 26 i8Sj
QMITJI ft TIIUKSTON, 1 W
AUninrfn nt l.iiirf
Xn. 18 MmitiiAKT Smitiir
A, ho rsion
I Iorxi 1 1 1
iLLIAM O. SMtTll & Co,
I t A 1miirton, I
1 W. O. Smt 11. f
,Xrr.' ,mf Ittul IlilHlr llrnl.rrn,
I lONOt I 1 1
(KtliMbfit Ih itji))
Surir PhntitWn, !,tittuk Tt,ttmw mj oilwr Co
porlllon Stofks Ikmiti ami timktr Swnirhl-i
llOITIIIT AKII Sulfl OH CoslMIMIOH.
'.Monty Ijvum,! mi Rnxk SwiitillM.
MP urn .Yonn, 1'nhllr,
CoftNli' Tour AfCn MnwiiArcT9iimT, HosAKiin
- ,, '5 ,
Qf-ArtnHctt w. asiipoui),
Allium H, Siilleltnr, l.lc,
Mo 15 Kaaiiumanci Srnrurr
-Xr R. CASTL.U,
Allnnii-ii ( .me 11 11.I Si, tin j rulillr.
Attends nil llic Count of llic Kingdom.
Atttiiitri mill Vinmnrliir nt l.itw.
M 1'llRT STKBRT IIONOIUCU
Ll'ltnD S. HAIlTVVELL,
Cmt 11 ttftlnr!! t Lit n't
..OtHR lANKtO illSII.St- Si Co
1(3. CUMMINCU a MARTIN
Xiiilirimi mill lliiiiiirjmllito VifvraiM.
Omcit ciirNFk Fnjtr anii llSRRTtNiA Brs .
Ofiice IlouiA-tlritlloA. h., nml from i-3And6:j-3 r.M
Ifilfttt Itiu mnf .Hiiifraii,
IHFrilONh Nl'MllhK I49.
Ofiire hour from Bli lo toli a m ; ijjf lo 3 p 111
Office ami KcniJiKTf No. a Kukiii Hreet, corner r'oit
T M. WIUINHV, M. D., D. D. S.
Ih litit liumu tm I'mt Stritt
HllNOt.t I.l' . . I, J
Ofiice til IliewerV IUik.Ic, corner Hole and Toil
Street, entrance 011 Motet Street 1
iLUAM u. McAllister,
inuANrsiiv Kkatiu in hunoU'li.
OiTtte, turner of Tort ami Hotel .tia-t, mc-r 'I ftliXiu'
.'articular attention piij to rettaration (jotd titling
Krljiiigon gooiJuurlt at remlile charxet togim
tlie confidence of tde put'lic, 155 611
NiK 7 il VVS S INERT , iliiMIUIIi
AJenit-t ctl.c Honolulu Siucl. an.IIIoii'1 LAdansc
Istprciaiuvl to In.) ami sell Stock nml It unit nutie
opaninatLet, at llic uiual rate of commnMon.
IIlnuuej to loan on Mock, hnull m irginj rr-
qmredoii X mic Contrarts.
V(Iladtie a to Imestmeni when reijuetcil.
p O HALL & SON Minuted)
.MI-ORriK, ANU Dt-AM-Ri IN
lltmhrurr uinl (Jrnrrtt .Uf jvm mrUr,
CokriPK 01- King anii Tout biiti'iTs, llnMiiuiif
William W, I hill
IX AMtn ....
I. C Jones, Jr .
Director U. O.
. I'rehtdcnt and Manager
. . . Secrctar) and I remuer
Mall, Oeorge 1. Moue. 15a
M. CAR I ER,
IiciiC . . Ail.iiiitr,lji,iiuiti In Cm.
Unci lu f.,iln,r,
IfOMILlrio, HAtVAIIAN NutNIs.
Olticejt Pacific Mad Steam, hip Iljik, i:plamde.
'or tlie Slate of California, for u. !r.vn;!-.n l.ln.,1.
and Rental Asent lor Hie Pacific Mutual I ife In
suranic Cumpant of California. ,.a
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Aurnt In tnl.i, Ail. win triluuiriitt lu t'oli-
Ihtlriur Oh-kk Honolulu
TOHN II. I'ATV,
-Win- I'nhllr mnl f'ummlitluii of Drnlu,
Kor the Stales of California and New Voil. Ofiice,
at the lUnU of liidiop ft Co.
IIoniii I'Ltr, Otiiu, II 1. 1
P T. LENGIIAN U Co.
Imi'iiilriH mnl Coinmhtlni, Mrrtlnml:
Nuuanu SrnKRr, Hokoli'lu.
T YCAN St CO.
Ini,cut,in mnl Itrulrrt In nil l.hl'lt of
Mimlr ttuintu, I'mtr-tf luu,l
Nns. 105 anu 10 lir SmthT.. . . Hilsuli'lu
rurmtur., Chain, Heuiii( Mai liiuet. Mirrors and
Minor Plate, Pulm Framel and Cornices mtde to
CnRUWRR & COMPANY.
lrnii;tl ,ll.,c,,tll,'iltt ColiiniUxtlill Atftillts
IJllfN STIIfcT, II.inoi.ilu.
Officer J' C Jonut. Jr., luesldtlil and liuiujer',
lo-pli O. Lailcr, tictturer ami teLitar, Ontrioi!
lions s-iuilM n. IliJioiiaikl II. .. 1. Caitnj II
Itinltf In (VlllTl lltrf, I'lill, Millliul, Klc,
Nu. (1 Quii. Sirmitr, t'isii Mtm.r.
Kanidy nnj Slil.tu; ordetl carefully aiien.lril lo.
Ui- Slo.k fiimiaicd lo V'vsUal vliortnotU.
Vegetal Ui of all kind. Kiiilied to ordir.
IKILIIIIINK . , Nu. !.
S. UKINDAUM & Co.
Iinimrl-rn mnl II livlrmlr limlrrt In llrn.
MAkKkV lluxk CjtkN Sru.ur, HnRnLuiu
JUT S. GR1NUAUM & Co.
t'urtrimlliiw mnl 1'uiinnliilun Ifririun.,
it CturnaiiM Sr., San I'iianciscu.
SuecLtl facilities fix An.1 narlicular all.tiiioi. 10.L! tu
cooMirliiiHciit. vf istand woducc s
No, i) 1 iliiia SmKbr
'lliii tiealth Li.lorltiu rA9a 1. .a- til al all llo,
leading taioon Uld cily. Oidrru fiom llit viicr
j.Ltnd. tiroimitlyaiunds'd la. 1
''tml if Jin wi factory nmt
Pracitcl Cuifectijiur. lUuiv (VmA uoJ IUIuci.
NuuUr i s4l Aiti, ttwci rotud Nur.u
OOL LISTER S Ca.f
Hkoifut uuJ Urtnlt Hrtirifl and 2o
U tttrliiiiiiler, Arirrltf, .'iifrilrrr. ml
No. Ill toTHTRIIIIT HoNtlllll'
All onlm f utlilu.ly mrLliltit j,
llniil 11111I .s,ffjin,er,
limit and Slioet nude to 0nlr
Mo. tit tout St., nrfmirr I'ARTWtnN Stamu
P II. OHilINO,
'riirt nml hriiiinuiii,
Prtlgljl, r.icla, ami Rtnange dtlhrml lo and from
all (niltnr Honolulu qikI tkintlt. C'meflil nl
temioti tnul lo moving I- iiinuute, with
waocins lxprcssm ton 1 in: puiu-osk
I tk4iM 86 ; UnMetKe iti PuikIiLomI hit!.
Office, 6 King Slrirl, 10M1
Wj PHILLIPS ft Co.
in no, Or. ,,iiZ nholrmlr llmlin In I loll,.
fill, Ilnalt, .V,c, ,, .),', ,..
nhiliin iiniiiln, I'unrlt rinoii, i:ir,
Nn. 11 KAAiiiMtHii Srmir . . Ilfisnl.t'll'
rHARLUS T. GULICK,
Vnlilrtl VllUllf, Airill In lilhr ArKimli il,l-
mriilk In Inlmr fmllltlrli, ill,, I
tlrnrtiil Itimhiim Ayrnl,
Offire In Mtlee-. lt,xl, nl corner CJiiftn nnj KmSu
i m-tnii Mrrtlt, Honolulu a-iy
O J. LUVEY & CO.,
II linlrtnlr nnj Itei.itl (tiocrr,
Port !lrrrT . . . IINoiili
Freih irroclet nnl rirothbnt or nil UiniU on hand nn.l
rrctiicd rtpUrly from I.utope and America ttluch
will be sold at (lie loc nnikn r.it.
Irtldt delivered tn any pari cf llie cily Trre of tlnrce.
,-.... .11 viuci. suiicneu anu prompt attention will be
AXTOHO LEONC ft
Afteutn fur Munnui Xttinr, I'nUtmn ttlrr
And Kndiu Uice I'luntatlon and Mill.
NittfANi StHPtt . ..CoBNtR Marine
n-IIUO. H.DAVIBS & Co,
(I.A-TF lANION, GKKKN &. Co )
lutlwHrr tnul ('ntmthni Meirhitutn.
Lloyd's and the stxxA Underwiitfr.
liutidi and I'orelgn M trine Itisuiai.cn Lumiiaii), and
Norlliern A durance Compan, 1
W. RICHARDSON & Co
ltlfORrKKSAHII OatLKRA IH
Uniili, .Sir.c, l',,rnUI,,m iltimlt, .,
r.ii, lrmil., I'nlhri,
I'ctfuinery nnd Saii, Wi Ithani Watchn,
rum Jewelry, etc,
Corn . Tor r ahu.Mfkchant SrKtFTS, HnNnLniv
"" R. WILLIAMS,
IkiroHTPR ANII DlIAIRR IN
I'llnilliiri- ,' Krrru c.ri . Ahu
I'l'linlilrirr mi, I Jliimtfiirliiiri:
rurmture W'arerooint No. 1119 I oil Street. Woik
sliop it old M md on I lotcl Street. All orden iTolnplly
OHN T. WAIGRHOUSH,
Iiujhh tpr unit
Ql'bik SrbT . . .. .
D. IIOFPSCHLAHGER S Co.
Imiwrlrrs mnl CiiiiiiiUiUin Mr) rlimiln.
llllSOIULU OAllf. It. l
HOPI' & Co , 74 King .tree!.
Imjioitrrt ml Jinn it facta irrt of lUt-ty
Dricrljitfon of I'umttni'e,
To tiik I.adiilS -TriniminR, Tdel, (..rn, SIllc
Cord -in tery ftliaJe Parlor Setn rcMutUd.
covireil. jiotished and nvade et(Ui! to
new, .Mattreshc re nude and
cleaned at short
We fire no'! For fir.l.rl-i. u.tit in.l .!.'
T-ILLINGHAM it Co.
Impailm nml llinlrri) In llmilirnn; Cul-
Pajnlt and Oilt, and (".eneral Mcrchandne.
No. 37 KllRTSmFRT ...HotllLI'IU
A W. PEIRCK St Lo.
.sifi riimittlrr nml ('oiiimltHloi, Mrr
tlimiln. HflNllLUU', HAltAlltN IstANIlS,
Asentlfor IlrindVOuui and llomh Lancet and Per.
ry Ilattt' Pun Killer.
M. C. IRWIN St Co.
SnniirJ'nclom mnl Coiiinilmitim Aiicnln.
CI.AUJ jrciXkltLS. HU. n. IK1VIN.
HoNOLtfLU (, I
Auctioneer uinl Contmtmtan
QtKKN SrittitT . .
P A. SCHAUFBU d Lo.
lti,oit?ri ami 'onimhihnt .Im r.dir,
Mkiccimwt Simthr, Honoiviu
ILDrUc ft Co.
luiiihrr, I'lilntt.Wlit. XulU, mnl HiilLltnu
Jlnlcrlol of reri a html,
dm Fokt anu IjuettM Srs . . . Honolulu
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
loa anu tot Fokt Strukt
Pii turn oT all t auJ kuidt nude to order, and
frame of all de ri tins conttanily on Ltnd , Alto
Corals Stulli an.1 (.uilosities of the Pacific. ,
A LLIUJ & ROBINSON,
llcilera lit I uiiilirr mnl nil 1. 1 nil of llntlil.
IllU Jlnlrilill, r,llllll,IIIll, Xullt, etc.,
IIONOIUII', II. I.,
ACKitrft or kciiuoNvks
Haleakala, KuUinaiiu, Krkauluohl, Miry Ellen,
Ullauia, I'auald and Lealil.
Al Kol.lnson'. Uliaif. i
lliiliorlrrn of Ucucinl JlcichmiilUv fium
1'titncr, tlnylmnl, Ucrinmiy mnl
llic l'nll,,l ,SI,,lr.
No. ;.Mkm.ntNr Srwmcr . .Honolviu
II orfir Uiorrri,
tit ANIIlJCALromilA,.StkU.. .bAH FAKCI
Particultr Alleiillon nuij lu filluic m..! .I.tt.iu'i... it.
limn uuil Stun I'lilnler,
Vtrm liN(,y, etc.,
No,1" 10 Kiso Srntur.
r'vONS & LUVUY,
KlntltoiiretM mnl Cuiimiltntt Mrrl.,tim.
f. Mltll lltXHk. (JUknStkkr, llilKOLVLl'.
hlUtti Fulluuue. Slock, Hil LMal ud (iroeral
kuisliAltLvi orouiIAlo altrn.U.1 I... K..I nu.r.l. r...
nuKiHAii Mini ,,uive4ii iiicivnanui, j I. J.VOKI,
i . j.
JUJRS. A. M. MELLIS,
I'litliloniillr llrrn mi, I I'li.iL Maker,
No. 104 'iirStk.T ...!.. llos-iuiL
IkCHUSNBY Sc HON.
lutt her, litltt fn low nml Cumnltluu
Ajfbtf fjf lUm Ko)lbipCuuija4ii)'
Si Kino HiRMr ... .ttnimi'U
Impiwler if Ametican Jeiy.lry of ety dt
Ikm (tVmetly ol Sttn I'rantiwa. Califortitll )
BWKUS ft COOKH,
('I'CCRMOW TO t.RWRM ft Dr.KWll.)
lull, mtrii ,tn,l l),t,r, lii l.iimhfr nml nil
Llliih ;f ll,ill,ll,in Mnlrilnln.
rr SrnrT Hnwni'in
" C. COLHMAN,
lllilrl:ninllli, Jliirhlnht, I 'iirilitur War!.,
HllNUltLU ... ,. H. I
1'UnlAti.Ti Matlnnety, etc. Sl.p on Kin Strttl
net! 10 Caslle S Cnolel. iWiyr
I'hi, t'i)vt' mnf Mirrt Irnii llnrl:ri;
Mir. fluff frifff.
of nil tlndt, I lumUrV ttorlt ami metal, bout furnUh
Ins goodt, ehindehers, lamt't, etc
N11. 3 KtAiii'iitNii StRmr . . IIonoiuii
T M. OAT & Co,
SntllttilhrVf I litfH 11 nil lincitptluwt
initilr mnl rrjiithnl,
Ilrmoll'lt' . I
t.oft in A F Coolce't new fireroof tuilding, fort ol
Nuuanu Street 38
T EMMflLUTH & Co.,
1 In tin U,g (i mi I'hnnlirri, Iholri it hi
filtn'rn, Itunyrttt ,
No. 5 NtUANU Strkkt IfONOLtat!
T VV. GtRVIN,
1'tinimtmton Jtriclmut unit ilrttrutl Itrulcv
In Url fnmr,
WAfLiii.it, Maui . ... HI
Gnrferie, Hardware, Stationery.
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
fttrmn r.itvtiiM, lUiUera, Sitilitr Mltln,
I'outrrn, Iron, Ilium unit l.ntil fifAfiift.
Mosul ijlu .. . .11, I
Macliinrry of every descrition nnde lo order.
rarticular attention vn.l to Sliipf lllatktinitlung
Job vtotk executed on tlie thortest notice 10
IIOS. G. TIIKUM.
1 MI-OP flNfi ANU
.Wi Ayaitt, i'rtntrt', llnuh-
hltulf f, rtttt
And ptil IMier ot tf.e Satihiav I'RFM.nnd Aih-ij
an Alimnic and Annslt MercKar.t siieet. Deal
er in Fine .Stationery, l!ooL.at .Music. Io)t ami E-dnc)
Ooods twt Mreet, near Httel, Honolulu.
A S. CLEGHQRH St Co.
JmjHntrr ttmt Itrntrri In (tenet ut .Wcr-
citl mt lite.
Corner Queen and Kaahumanti Streets Honolulu
OLLUS & Co.
?tttt Vhitmltrt t unit Vonnntnulon Mrrchnntii
Qi'pitM Stkbkt. Honolulu, H. I.,
In.portcrs.ind Dealers in General Mercliaiidi;e. i
All kinds of juUiinj tiroim lit attended Co.
telephone No. li. V itllanlscii't Cx.refiOi1ice,. -Shop,
No.. St Ki STKmtr.., HotniLuiu
r AING & Lo.
Cmmiihiton .llri chimin,
Iinporter and dealers in Hay, Oram an.1
Honolulu . .
TT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Grocery nntl I'i ,l Sluiv.
Con. King anii Four brs HnsoU'Li:
linitoiter mnl Heuter In UlnmHtcnre,
MerUlon ttMrer-fiitleil Ware,
No 44 Fort SiK&tT . . Honolulu
King ( Combination Sectaclea and Kj tgl luei,
Lustra) Wue Ware, Fancy Su.iinf lecture 1 rattiei, I'i
toI WcteiiMm rocket Cutler), Powder, bliot and
Ammunition, ClarL't bjxwl Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds ofM iclilne Needles, "Domestic" I'apcr F.iihloii,
Sole ajent of the universally acknowledged light
Running i)otueitl; bewing Machine.
piIB GBRMANIA MARKET.
llONOLUlU, H. I,
iteef. Vent, Mutton, I mnh, Vnuttty
Cotutanliy on hand, and of chotceM iual.ty, Fork
Sjttsaee, HoIojjius etc., alrf)i un hand,
ire all cut and mit un in I Astern ule.
r:.Lr..n. .. i.i .1 .i . . ." . ..
hi uiicuuc-t, 10, Anu iicmcrviui. any pari ci tne
Shop on Hotel Street, Utneen Union and Fort
140-Oin U. KAUrj', rropnetor.
H'liriuniAfr fiinf .Iriceier,
WAI.'IIIAM and allother American WAICIII.S,
1 Clocks, and JeHclry.
Watch 1'cjiu.lrtuK minion SptiolHltl)'.
All ordert from ihe othet UUndt frotnpcly attended ta
Nl Jli HOTrlbrKkkT IICIKCILI'LI', Il.l.
Jeweler mnl lltmnutnl Seller,
Nh6j, , ..NfUANu Sitmi
(Oppodle HolliMei L Co ),
Particular attention Laid lo rrpaliliif
'""' iP 1 1 1 iin !! iim 1 .m mnwm n 1 m ,
OPl' It CO.,
llfilniUU'irrit, lllitlier mnl llmtvin tn nil
html of I'm iWfiirr,
'I rlrtdioiHi No, 145.
(lotuutr HUH H.U1M & CO.)
HIiultMiile mnl Willi ill veer, .
Ill, KlhuSraiET ........Ukiikx IIakmusv Hail,
raiuil)-, PUiitalion, and bi.li tloiei iuidicl al tliolt
noikt. New cal W every tieamtr. UiJ.it frw
the other lUaiflfalllifullt Cketulcd.
'lelei'liuiM No. 119. If 1 1)1
UNNItUY A Co.
Wtiulaaiile tud Kot'itll Grooem
No. 0 IlotkL. SlUtkl,
(CauioLcll rllf Huot lluildin, )
t'rrtl, llooilt ('uiittnaiilly un Ihe Wiiy,
litaud Itutttr klwaye oil hand.
I'tkrildNK No. 140.
ANNUAL FOR tt4.
i uw, mtuy 1 o i.uttmv
auj, (t UUiid houTU iliurdcuiuoiiiiit Ul.r.'a iukI
taluaU. MoruuiMi, i-
Pitre, ptrtvoy, yea. ; w, ly auil atioid, 60 1.
XIUIH. II. TljUUM,
Whoui NuMinsR. 17S
ptSHOP Hi Co.
MrRtriMOT SfTMitr HAfoltau, l. I
lrtw IlHhAnte t
Nirw souk, itoYrON',
Mum, N M. RarilSCIIll.O SOMS. Ufeton
ih(iiir..viAi. iiaSk CMpMimtr ifflJm.
Aftl lIMr lltafttltn in
HO.VOKO.Vf), kVlNIIV iMkl MHMOURNP,
Tmiinir a GtHtmt Unh'iif litnlittit.
. i !' ......
p W. MACrARLANU & Co.
Iiiilmititt nml Ccininlmtnii Mintl,m,i.
Cor. I'iKramlQt'tit!SrimT!l ..It... HnNftttnu
'lln I'.ketjow (sl llwMtilti t 'no f Packets, . , .
. S1'1. !JI ' ' IWI l-ltof ftlVeti
111 tnlkii PUntatlon.
Hie, Spuner 1'lanl.ttkni llilo,
ll.kAlln PlnntAilon, Ililju
.MlrliHs, ran Wniiott, !iitr Company,
I1i Pinilaa Sheet. Itanth (Smwany.
pASTI.n & COOKE,
MW'iiij mnl Co, mnl,, Inn .Urirliilnl),
Nu. So KmoSrmtKT HnNotiau
IlirORTfRS ANII DBAIkM IK
Hie Hitcltcock St Cofnpant't PLtntAtlon,
Tin Alemnder ft Itil.Um Plantation.
U HaUtead, or Wntalua Plantation.
A II. Smith ec Company, KTolna, Kami.
J M Alcianler, Haiku, Mtul.
Hie II uku litiRAr Comuan).
1 lie Koliala Sujar Compmy.
Hie Union Insurance Company ol hsn t'ranictro.
'he Ntw 1'nsland Life Insuranco Cbmpinyof llo.lon
the lllake Manufacturinf; Company of lloston.
I). M. Weston' Palent Cenlufnxal Machines
Ili New V'ork and Honolulu Prikel Line.
Hie MercMnt'n Line, Honolulu nnl San Prtncisco
Ilr. Jnynea k Son'. Celehriled Meiliclno
Jt ilcin Oilili't Singer Manuficlurins Company.
heeler & Wilton Sewing Midlines i5-ijr
TNO. O. FOWLER & Co.,
:US, .NOLANI), i;
fn ml tli riniit illiilTCUp
mi fur Sin I 'i Sl r1
Arr iirepmril In
t itli or ivilhout Cart and IaxomoliveA.
AOAPIKIl FOR SUOAR PLANT.
Permsnenl Itadways, and l.ocomotive! nnd cars, Trac-
lloii Injitir. and Km I UitoniolUc, Steam
l'louliius and Culutatinn Machlneit; Puti:
nUc I uiflnes lor all purposes Winding
, I'lnilnes c luclineK.
Calaliisues with lltnii9iL.n. fA.It. ...t nt
graphs ol the aliote Planttand Machinery intt Ul keen
,..c oiii.vi. oi inc iiniiemgneti. v, ,., tiltliliis anj
... ,..,, .v., ..r.i..isr. .s. iu., Acenttlot
, Aenttfor Jna Fow
ler is. L.O.
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
POR SLI-IINO IN I1UICK.
1:31 a r.hir 111 .1- au..
No 5 NtlUAM SrHBtT HuMIULV
Soleaj;enljforthe Mindt, -l,e let cooUni ap
turatm lor tlie riantatlun, I Intel or Family.
UANGUS .V FIX I URLS .uch at
Hot Ifnlir Hotter,
Unite Hm, Kir.,
Alta)i in slock.
Iltlilicit Jirerllin f..r .tllmr ,.h A...n......
Ciictilan mi J Viitei on ailica.'iDii, rji-ifr
CONOMV IS WtALUI
TUB OKEAT TEN.OENT STORE
W. COI.IIUV, Proprietor.
J. JOHNSON, Manager
OOcrt to theputlic an unuitlally lare vaiiety of goods
for th leasoa, con.isung in part of
WAX and CHINA UOI.LS,
from 10 c. lo Ji each
Cieain Pitchers, Ilutter Diili.T, Cakd Dislies,
Su:ar llji.lt, etc.
Plates, Cupuand Saucers, Soup Turecnt, Platters,
Vegtialla Lh.hes, etc.
for kitchen usa '
in all iis variety
and 1 '
from 10 c, to 50 c. each.
SOAPS Washing nod Toilet,
hKAurn, of aliklndt
IlUTTOK', of all Unit
SilkLr l'Afkk, all colors
Millies, Topi, and llallt, for llos.
Sheet .Milslfl or 1,1100,000.
10,001 tin iet Sheet Mutlcjutt icrctiedat lbc. er
CANAUH.fs.Geniutl Canarietr beautiful sontlett.
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