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SATURDAY, MAY 1(5, 1886.
OCEANIC 3. S. CO.
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Mnripoxit Leaven Honolulu, Mil' 15
Almncdii Leaves ltiuiolulu, Juno 1
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOU Al!PHt.ANl ANtl 8VUNUY:
Stmr Australia May 10
Will KAN I'llANUIKCO.
Stinr Oily or Sydney Juno 7
Stmr Jilknllko from Kaliului
Sehr Elmknl from Wuialim
Sclir jtiitubow from Kooluti
Sclir ("it'll Klcgcl for S S IsluniU
Stmr C 11 IlUliop for ICnutii vlu
lino uml Wnialua
Sehr Caterlua for Hnimlcl
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY
Stmr Likellkc for Knlmlul
Sclir ICnulkcaotill for Kohula
Schr Halcnknla for l'epcckeo
Schr Poholkl for Koliula
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hk 'j' Jl Foster, Kugg
Bk Forest Queen, Nellson
Bk Mendota, Nash
Tern Bculali, 'Wilson
Bktnc Kureka, Lee
II I II M S S Djighlt
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
From S F for Kaliului per sehr Ro-sa-rio,
May 13 A IMehardson.
From Kaliului for S F per sclir Rc
porteiyMay 1H Max Kohin. B Meyer.
From Kaliului and bv-ports per stmr
Likcllke May 10 S A Bille, FYVhltlock,
T Terkclscn, Mrs 11 Rciinonschncider.
Mr Maxwell & wife, J D Martin, .T W
Kalna, Mis Shaw, A Kloun, .T 11 Trask
& wife, J Baker & wife, F M Hatch. P
X Makec, Or Anting and servant, two
Chinese, 2 prisoners & 02 deck.
Schr Hosario arrived at Ivaliulul May
111 from SI', IS days passage. She lias
a cargo of general mdse.
Sehr Anna left S F Mav Hrtl for Kaliu
lui. Tlic F S Thompson would have hecn
ready to have left Kaliului yesterday,
but the weather has been unsatisfactory
for taking) sugar. She will, weather
permitting, sail on Tuesday next.
The schr Reporter, Capt Cook, left
Kaliului for S F Mav 14. She was towed
to ,-ea by the Likclikc. She took 7,022
bags of sugar valued at 3.11,501.40.
The Kinau is to arrlvehere to-morrow
Schr Rainbow brought 083 bags of
The Kilauca Hon struck.on the reef at
Kona on her last trip. Her false keel
was wrenched off and probably other
damage done. Divers were employed
to looK at lier bottom, but could not as
certain the full extent of the injuries.
She will tro on the. marine mil war this
afternoon to be examined.
The Bk Ceylon, Capt Barstow arrived
vesterday afternoon, 27 days from Port
Townsend with !)40 tons of coal from
Nauaimo to Messrs Allen & Bobinson.
Stmr Likcllke brought 12U3 bags of
The Beulali is docked 'to discharge.
Mr Callaway, a member of the Kaplo
lani Boat Club and a man well versed
in the art of boat building, took passage
on the Mariposa yesterday for S F to
have a. six-oared boat built under his
supervision for the Kapiolani Boat
Club. Judging from what Is said, this
boat will be a "ripper" and will make
ihe KBCo terror to all marine insects.
My first wc oft seo in the sky;
- My second we always love to hear;
My third's a bitter we can buy;
M fourth all mariners bold in fear.
squaiii: WOltU II.
1 A boy's name. 2 To talk madly.
:i Wicked. 4 A valley.
anlmal. 2 A
drink. II A
Lil I.LI kXott.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Messhs. II. Ilackfeld and Co. have
30 tons of phosphates 18-20 percent,
The sittings of the Police Court
during the past four da3's have been
of unusual length.
The Planters' Monthly for May
is to hand, too late to be fully no
ticed in this issue.
Tiikiu: is no sign of the P. M. S.
S. Australia as wc go to prosB. She
is due at almost any hour now.
The Emerson Minstrel troupe are
in Sydney, performing at the Gaiety
Theatre to crowded houses.
Tin: usual Gospel Temperance
meeting at the Bethel Union Church
this evening at 7:30 o'olock.
Do not forget that the Central
Park skating rink will bo open this
evening, nud the roller coaster run
Tm: schooner Reporter left Knhti
lui on Wednesday for San Francisco
with 7,022 bags of sugar weighing
1,008,-130 lbs, valued at 851,601.40.
To Race House Men. The Union
Feed Co. have n few of those cele
brated Liverpool salt Backs, for rub
bers, for sale, 50 cents each. 22 Gt
mid old book by having them neatly
botiml by A. II. Itnsonimiu, Gazelle
Huililiiig. 1021 hv
UASDMASTnu Merger lias composed
a now funeral march to lie plnjcd at
tliu funeral to-morrow for tho first
.Iust received per Mariposa n large
lot of picture and cornice mould
ing, new style and patterns. King
Bros.' Ait. Store. 1021 3t
Tin: Knpiolnni Boat Club has
ordered a new six-oared racing boat.
The members of the club evidently
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
ljl Nuuanu street. "980. tf.
A dividend of one dollar per share
will now be paid the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Agricultural Couipnny
at the office of C. Brewer & Co.
As we go to press, the weather is
beautifully fine, a strong trade wind
is blowing, and there is every indi
cation that the funeral will take
The Yosemitc skating rink will be
open this afternoon for ladies and
children only, and in the evening to
the general public. The band will
be in attendance.
The Kawaiahao Church was
crowded last evening with an audi
ence who seemed to expect Miss
Montague and Mr. Turner to sing,
but they were disappointed.
A r.iTTEii has been received giving
news of the death of the wife of
Professor Van'Slyke, who was re
cently appointed Professor of Chem
ist' and Science at the Punahou
Beak in mind that the Montague
Turner concerts commence on Mon
day evening at Music Hall. Mr.
Henry Berger will conduct the
operatic selections from Lucia de
The trustees of the Planters'
Labor and Supply Company have
appointed Mr. Lorrin A. Thurston,
Secretary pro tern, and Editor of
the Planters' Monthly, during the
absence of Mr. W. O. Smith at the
Mr. E. F. Stetson, one of the
members of the San Francisco Dra
matic Company, said before the
Mariposa started yesterday, that he
should return in three months and
bring with him a company to play a
short season. Time will tell.
Just arrived per Mariposa, for the
Union Feed Co., 1,200 bags fine and
coarse bran, 500 bags barley, 200
bags rolled barley, 125 bags boiled
linseed meal (new process), 50 bags
oil cake meal, 50 bags middlings.
O.v Monday morning at 11 a. m.,
at Chu Lan's Rice Mill, Lyons &
Levey will sell 39 cases of Boston
card matches, damaged by salt water
on voyage of importation ex bark
Mcmlota, from New York to Hono
lulu. The terms are cash payable
in U. S. gold coin.
At half past twelve o'clock to
morrow, at the Kawaiahao Church,
preceding Rev. II. II. Parker's
eulogy, Miss Ann's Montague will
sing Handel's beautiful air, "Angels
ever bright and fair." At the con
clusion of the eulogy Mr. Charles
Turner will sing, "Comfort yo my
people," from Handel's Messiah.
A DISCUSTINC CASE.
In the Police Court this morning
a young man named James Cas
well, who has been employed at the
foundry for some time past, was
charged with assault on a Portu
guese girl under seven years of age.
The affair took place in Fowler's
yard, and the details arc of too dis
gusting a nature to be produced in
our columns. A number of wit
nesses, including the little girl and a
medical man, were called. The de
fendant made a short statement fol
lowed by Mr. Russell, who appeared
for him. His Honor, in sentencing
the defendant, said it was a fortu
nato thing for him tho charge had
been modified. lie was clearly
guilty of the charge. In former
times the sentence under the present
charge included whipping, and His
Honor wished it did now. He
should impose the heaviest sentenco
the law allowed, namely, six months'
imprisonment at hard labor.
LUNING VS. LEDERER.
The arguments in the .case of
Liming vs. Lederer and Rosenberg
were heard this morning, before
Justice Bickcrton, Mr. Whiting on
behalf of tho plaintiff, and Mr. Rus
sell for the defendants. His Honor,
in giving judgment, went into the
case in great detail, occupying fully
three-quarters of an hour in delivery.
Judgment was given in favor of
Lederer, the defendant. Costs
89.C5. As regards J. L. Rosenberg,
it appears that he had been adjudi
cated a bankrupt, and the Court
docs not pass on his liability in this
I'liksr.nvr. your iiinenzlncs,
case. No service wni made on htm,
but lie appeared by counsel. Ac
cording to the statutes only 2i per
cent Inlcicst can be charged, but on
the notes in question Liming had
charged at the rate of 125 percent,
nnd as the action was brought on
this note, on account of usury It was
void, and judgment given for the
defendant. If the action hud been
brought In another form, It might
be different. The defendant noted
an appeal to the Supreme Court.
The funeral obsequies of the late
Dowager Queen Emma will tako
place to-morrow. The order of pro
cession will be found in to-daj's
paper, the only change from the
original one being that the officers,
sailors and murines from II. I. R.
M.'s Djigliit will be substituted for
those from the U. S. S. Hartford,
the latter having left the port. At
12.30 the Rev. 11. II. Parker will
deliver a short eulogy over the re
mains at the church, by request of
His Majesty the King. At 1 o'clock
the funeral services will commence
in charge of the Bishop and clergy
of the Anglican Church. At 2 o'clock
the procession will start, and pro
ceed through King street to Nmmnu
Avenue, thence to the Royal Mau
soleum. A NARROW ESCAPE.
Yesterday afternoon about four
o'clock, Mr. E. R. Miles, one of
the proprietors of the Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, was diiving into town
on King street, and leading another
horse behind his buggy with a rope.
When near Mr. J. F. Brown's resi
dence, the animal being led sud
denly dashed ahead and came in
contact with the carriage. This
startled the horse attached to the
carriage and the result was that the
latter had two wheels badly dam
aged. Mr. Miles fortunately held
control over the animal in the shafts,
while the other one started off to'
town at a lively pace. Mr. Miles
Y0SEMITE SKATINC RINK.
This popular resort was re-opened
last evening, after undergoing en
largement and other necessary im
provements, such as adding a ladies'
dressing room, more seats and a
stand for the band. The interior
was very beautifully decorated with
Hawaiian and American flags and
evergreens, and on one side of the
building was the word, "Yosemitc"
in evergreens. The whole effect
was very pretty. Every precaution
has been taken by Mr. Wall as to
ventilation and the comfort of his
patrons. The rink was crowded
last evening when, at eight o'clock,
the grand march commenced. A
detachment of the Royal Hawaiian
Band was present and discoursed
The usual services at 1 1 a. m. and
7.30 i m, will be held at St. An
drew's Cathedral to-morrow.
At Fort Street Church, " A Fatal
Choice " will be Mr. Cru.an's Sun
day morning theme. Last lecture
to young men on "An Uncrowned
King" in the evening. A' cordial
welcome for all. Meeting for Bible
study at 0:30.
At the Bethel Union Church the
Sunday School will meet at a quarter
to ten. At 11 o'clock-the Rev. E.
C. Oggcl will preach on the subject,
"Hearing and Doing." In the
evening, 7.30, the sermon will be
the fourth of the series on the
Lord's Prayer, "Thy will be done on
earth, as it is dono in heaven."
A GOOD MEMORY.
A little incident has come to our
notice which will show how hard
Mr. Rutledgc, manager of the
Dramatic Company, worked to please
the public. He had numerous re
quests to produce " Hazel Kirke,"
so sent for the play. It did not
come, so one morning he sat down,
and late that same evening he had
it all written out from memory.
Considering that Mr. Rutledgc had
only played in it three times pre
viously, ho accomplished a feat
which is a little remarkable.
Ah, Look for violating express
rule No. 2, was lined S5 and costs.
Keone Ailama deserted his wife but
the parties were reconciled in Court.
Sing Chew, for selling liquor without
a license, was discharged. The same
man and Aug Gong were also dis
charged on a charge of attempting
to bribe a police olllcer. Kanaka
ole, for deserting contrapl service,
was ordered to return to employors
and pay costs S3.
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mn. J. W. Ilingloy, former pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
No. 59 Fort street, and more re
cently at No. 84, King street, 1h now
established at the Central Park Skat
ing Rink, where ho keeps a fine as
sortment of choice cigars and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Ilingloy,
also, has rc-coinmcnccd the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his residence on Beretanla
street, second door from Alnpnl
street, adjoining the pieinises of
Mr. Thomas 15. Wall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda Works, No. 09, (
Hotel street, or sent uy ..Mutual
Telephone, No. 310, Central Park
Skating Rink, will iccclvc prompt
attention. 1019 lm
King Bros., Importers and Deal
ers in Pictures, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, etc.,
etc., have moved to their new and
commodious store, Hotel street,
corner Union, where wc will he
pleased to meet our old patrons and
the public. Cornices and Picture
Frames a specialty. AU.wc ask is a
trial. 1021 2w
EMK1UATION TO HAWAII AND OIHMIXAl,
Among the prrominent passengers
on the steamer City of Sydney, which
arrived here on Tuesday, was Tlios.
D. Van Buren, for eleven years the
United Stales consul general in
Japan. The general is a California
pioneer, having conic to San Fran
cisco in February, 1819, on the Cali
fornia, the first steamer that ever
entered the Golden Gate.
"Come in; very glad to meet
you," was the general's cordial
greeting, as a reporter of The Chro
nicle entered his apartments at the
Palace yesterday. "The steamer
Tokio, upon which I traveled from
Yokohama to Honolulu, carried nine
hundred Jnpancse passengers, who
were landed at the latter place. The
residents and plantation-owners of
the Hawaiian Islands have become
thoroughly disgusted with the Chi
nese laborers, and their places upon
the plantations and as household
servants arc being taken by the
Japanese. The nine hundred are
only a first installment. About one-
tenth of the immigrants are women,
most of whom aro married. It is an
interesting movement, and was ori
ginated by ex-Consul General Irwin,
of the Sandwich Islands, who hopes
to bring over one thousand or fifteen
hundred more during the next month.
Those who immigrate from Japan
have their passage paid, are guaran
teed employment for three years,
and at the end of that time have the
privilege of remaining or returning
to Japan, to which place their pas
sages are also paid. The Japanese
government protects its subjects in
a thorough manner, and you can not
employ a servant there unless an
agreement is signed and permission
obtained from the government offi
cials." " Upon your last arrival in Yoko
hama did you not present copies of
codes of California given to you by
Judge John C. Burch, of this city,
to the Japanese government ?"
" Y'es, but of what use they were
to that government I am not aware.
Their codes of civil procedure have
not as vet- been formulated. Their
criminal laws arc similar to those
used by the French. For instance,
when an accused person is upon trial
a regular form of set questions arc
asked by the judge, which in this
country would appear exceedingly
ridiculous. Then, again, there is no
latitude left whereby a judge may
use his discretion in passing sen
tence upon a criminal, as the punish
ments for every degree of crime arc
distinctly set forth in the criminal
code. Several movements have been
made by leaders of the government
to have a number of foreign judges
appointed, who ma- try the offenses
committed by foreigners, and from
whose judgments there can he no
appeal. Nothing definite has been
done iu this direction, but if a num
ber of judges of that kind were ap
pointed I think it would prove highly
satisfactor', especially to the foreign
clement. The Japanese laws in re
gard to religion have recently been
greatly moderated, nnd at the pre
sent time residents can follow any
religion or belief that may be most
acceptable to them. This is a great
step in the advance of ciTilizat ion,
and indicates the rapid strides Japan
is making in that. direction."
Gen. Van Buren will remain in
tills city about ten days, at tho end
of which time he will visit Paso
Robles springs, after which ho will
make a visit to Highland springs and
Monterey. In answer to a question
in reference to his present trip to
California and the intended one to
Washington, ho said :
" I am here solely for my health.
I do not know whether 1 would ac-
A 4- IIia nAtinill . rf i finfttltfi rm V I ft vn t
UUliU klic i;uijam-i;iji;iiii3ijiiJ lv ut.ji.iii,
if reappointed, or not. At all events
I think I shall put in my resignation.
I have been in the government ser
vice so long that I am nctually tired
out. When I first went to Japan I
expected to remain only a year, but
that year swelled to eleven. As the
Irishman said, ' If I had known I
was going to bo there so long I would
not have gone at all.' " San Fran
A Georgia farmer rented some
land last year to 11 colored rnnn for
a third of the crop. A bevcre drouth
cut the crops short and the negro
gathered only two bales of cotton
and two wagon loada of corn. The
latter was stored aud the cotton sold.
When the landlord called for his
shnro he was told that there was
none for him. He asked, in sur
prise, "Didn't I rout you my land
for n third of tho crop?" "Yes,
boss," said the ilnrkoy, "but you
sec, dcro was no third. Dcro was
only two bales of cotton and two
loads of corn ; all mine and nullln
for you by do contract." And the
landlord could not make Cuffee be
lieve any other way. He left the
premises, saying: "No rascal can
make me say dat two am three,
An impatient postmaster, who
some time ago tendered his resig
nation, wrote to the Department: "I
warn you now that if you don't re
lieve mc by next Saturday night I'll
pack up this concern nnd ship it
down to Washington by express, C.
The Chinese have built an im
mense bridge over an arm of the
Chinese sea, at Lagaug. It is five
miles long, built entirely of stone,
has three hundred arches, each 70
feet high, and has a roadway 70
New Orleans was tho bccnc of a
terrible tragedy on the 21th of
April. A policeman's wife and a
grocery clerk were both shot dead
in bed" The policeman asserts that
he found them in bed together dead
when he came in from his night's
A. young Knauck of Johette, Que
bec, while drunk, chocked his moth
er to death, lie will probably be
choked iu a more humane and sci
PUSH AXXIN MOXTAIJ1IK,
(ll. CIIiVRI.I'.S TUHM'.It.
Pianoforte Duet Mtirche llctoirjuc..
Jliss C. Castle & Mr. G. L. Bibcock.
Sour The Last Vv'atcli Pinsut i
Mr. Charles Turner.
Purt Song Arrow & the Song. . W. Hay
Balliul Sing Sweet Bird Ganz
Miss Annis Montague.
Allegro from Sonata in F., Piano and
Mr. .J.W. Yamdlcy & G.L. Balicock.
Part Soiik May Mendelssohn
Grand Aria Ombtiii Leggiera Dlnorali,
Miss Annis Montague.
Christmas Song Noel Adam
Mr. Chillies Tinner.
Violin Solo Moiccux do Salon
Mr. J.W. Yamdlcy.
IiiloriiiiHHlon Ti-n MliiuteN.
Concluding with n selection (in cos.
tume) from Donizetti's Komautic Opcia
Lucia di Lammermoor.
Sceno 1 I.unla and Alice Legend of
the llauuti'd Fountain.
scene '.' J.dgar anil lucia. uraim
Duo and Kiualc.
Lucia Miss Aunts Montague
Alice Miss Bertha Von Holt
Kilgnr of ltavenswood. . . .Mr. C. Turner
EST" I! ox Plan now open at J. H. Wise
man's for season or separate tickets.
A YOUNG woman to do general house
work and sewing in a private
Corner Fort &jKing Sts.
The " Daily Bulletin "
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at the following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant St.;
Messrs. WOLFE EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanii Sts. ;
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Street;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel St.
"VTICKLY Fiirniiheil llootns. well ven
til-Ucd. at No. 110 King Street,
residence of C. T. Gulick.
A GIRL, between 12 and 11 years of
age, to take care of children. Ap
ply at 7 Hotel Street. ' 21 lw
I7OK MAN anil wife, with acconuno.
J? dation to cook for themselves, or
board with the
Apply nt 187
ALL person having any hills against,
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani will
pleasu present them, on or before the
lGth Inst. Atldre-s to
MRS. LYMAN SWAN,
10H til Post-Olllcc.
TMIE HOUSE and premises Bltuated
JL in Nuuanu Valley, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to
ICCCIUiy occupies UJ oumuui nuu
part cuiars, tippiy i
L. A. THURSTON,
US Merchant St.
Honolulu, March III, ISM, 08U tf
AT a meeting of tho Stockholders of
the Hawaiian Btone Co. held on
Tuesday, the 12th day of May, 1885,
the following otllcers were dill v elected!
Richard F. fiickertoi ..President
Samuel C. Allci Treasurer
Walter 1). McHryde Secretary
30 lw WALTER D. McJJRYDE, Sco'y.
fPUl! place to
buy .1, W. Hlnglcy'8
01 mm. The CrvMnl
Xodn Work will bo a depot for these
lino Cigar, wholevilo nnd retail.
House' Furnishing Goods,
Tinware, Oil Stoves.
All marked down in order to
clear out this immense stock.
l,G00doz. Fancy Dress Buttons'
at 10 cts per dozen.
HAM MOCKS, from SI. 75.
Library Lamps, in all
Ktc, Etc., Etc.
Best Made Has no Equal.
Give it one trial on Tarnished Metals
and be Convinced.
It is a vegetable polish and warranted
free from Acids, Poisons or Gritty sub
stances, and is superior to anything of
Ihe kind heretofore offered to the public
for cleaning and polishing Metal Signs,
ltailings. Show Cases, Harness Mount
ings, Bund Instruments, Brass or Metal
Lamps, Faucets, Stair Kods, Locomotive
Headlights, Gun Barrels, Brass, Copper,
Silverware, Nickel, Tinware, Zinc, Steel,
AND ALL METALS.
It is especially adapted to Marine,
Itailroad, Stationary and Fire Engine
Works (hot or cold), and being free
fiom acids or grit, will not injure
journals, bearings, the black lettering
on metal signs, harness leather, or scratch
the finest polished surface.
The. cleanest and best Polish for
Ladies to use for Household and Kitch
en use. It is put up neatly and conveni.
cully to suit all, in 1, 8 and 1G o.., and
live pound boxes, and every box guaran
Pi'Icch, a."5c. 5llc, 7TJCJ te ..!.
Aside from its unequalled polishing
qualities, its strongest claim on the pub
lic favor rests iu its absolute purity nmi
clcanlincs. being a clean, creamy paste,
easily and conveniently applied. For '
McLEAN'S CIGAK STORE,
78 Hotel St., Astor House.
SYL. J. CAliTY, Sole Agent for Haw
aiiun Islands. 1013
SliriraHEJE COURT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of KWONG SAM CHIN
COMPANY. Before Mr. Justice Mc
Kwong Sam Chin Co., doing business
Iu Laupahochoc, Island of Hawaii, hav.
ing tills day been adjudicated bankrupt
on the petition of Kwong Yco Sing Co.,
it is nereiiy ordered nmi an creditors oi
said bankrupt come in nnd prove their
claims before me, at my Chambers, in
Monday, 3Iay 18, 1885,
At 10 o'clock n. in.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that, upon said day, the creditor!)
do proceed to hold an ELECTION
of an assignee or assignees of said bank
rupt estate, and that notice hereof he
published in the Daily Bdli.ktin, Daily
1'. C, Advertiser and Hawaiian Chinese
Me-vs, newspapers of Honolulu until
uatcu Honolulu, .nay is, ietw.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Heniiy Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 1011) td
Fresh, at 5 Cents Each.
Every Morning at 11 O'clock
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery, 71
Hotel St., Telephone No. 74.
E. R. RYAN'S
The oldest and only Boat Building Shop
iu the Kingdom.
Boats and Scows of all kinds mudu to
order. Surf Boats a specialty.
I have Oak Timbers Imported expressly
for Island use.
of Boat Repairing done at
suoncsi uoticci iy
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