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FKR. IS, 1880.
S S Cltv of Peklii f i tun Yokohama
Sttnr K'hiati from Windward Ports
Stmr Iwalanl fiom Kauai
Sttnr C It Bishop from Hamakua
Ship Vnllcy Knrgo from Xc.wesntlo
Schr Manuokawal from Koolau
Schr Wallelo from Mallko
Schr Kainbou' from Koolaii
Schr Rob Hoy from Koolau
Schr Mllle Morris from Koolau
S S City of Pckln for San FraneNco
Stmr I.'lkellko for Kahulul
Stmr.I I Dnwsett for Mallko
Stmr Kllatiea Hon for Windward Ports
Schr Manuokawal for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVIIIP. TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnaii for Windward Ports
Stmr W G Hull for Windward Port
Stmr Iwalanl for Kmnil
Schr Wallele for Mallko
From Windward Forts, per Klnaii.
February 14 S L Aii-tln. W S Hazard.
AV Urgaliardt, K Beck, S M Whitman,
Y Alan, MWs L Clarke. Capt .1 Rps,
Geo F Holmes ! Miiguhe, K X Over,
Klmo (Pake), F Biircharrit, Mrs i'lt
nam, Oct) A Brown, I)r O Herbert. Rev
II S .Jordan, wlfu and '-' children, .1
JSrowu, Mrs .1 It .Jones, Mrs .1 Graham,
II A lleen, Gov .1 O Domlnls and L' ser
vants A 0 Tiuton, Mrs . M Kapcna,
MNs L Kapena, Mls F Hart and tut
From Kauai and Xllhau, per Iwalanl,
February II UN Kx Hon Paul Neu
mann. Ills Honor A F .lurid. V Kniiil
scn nuri !1 sm'S M Heine. W II Devcrell,
wife. II children and '1 servants. Mi
Frcrienbtirg, Mrs F Ringers Mrs 0
M Walton, Mrs I, StnU and child. Seu
lior A de S Caiiavarro, Chas Furueaux.
II C Adams, A I. Kln, 0 Koelllug, S
Boyd, Hon .1 W Kalua, M G Con en,
il Chinese and (io deck.
The Mary Dodge will sail for Saii
Francisco about Thursday next with a
full load of sugar.
The S S City of Peklii has 17 passen
gers In transit for San FrancNco.
The brlgantino .1 I) SpreckeN, (.'apt
Frlls. arrived Saturday afternoon 111
days from Sail FrancNco with a general
TlieSS City of Pekln, Capt Dear
born, arrived yesteiday 111 days from
Yokohama with !: .lapanee immi
grants for this port. She anchored off
port and her passengers and freight
were brought ashore on the Kleu, Pele
and steam seow.
Of consumption, at Xuuanu street,
13th Inst., .Maggie Fcrrie, aged :H
years, 1 month and 20 days, a native
of Londonderry, Ireland, wife of Frank
Marcos. San Francleo. Philadelphia
and Spanish papers please copy.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class at
seven this evening.
DETTCTivr. Bee is oil" to 'Frisco with
"my honey," McCarthy.
Clouds of dust enveloped some of
tlio streets this forenoon.
A Kunmvi: grav horse was making
fast time up King Stieot at 2 o'clock.
Tin: steam roller was ploughing
a portion of (juoen stieet this morn
ing, propaiutory to macadamizing.
Tin: wife of Mr. Marcos, police
oillccr, died on Satuiday of consump
tion, leaving Unco little gills mother
less. Up to two o'clock this afternoon
neither tlio Mariposa nor tlio St.
Paul had been cleared at the Custom
ATHiiNii:u-bTOKM on the Waianao
range yesterday afternoon, renewing
last night, brought lefreshing showers
in its train.
Euiiiii Henley will deliver u sermon
for infidels at the tent this evening,
"mid desires all to como and bring
Tm: steamer Iwnlnni called at
Niihiiu on her last trip, hut on
uccount of the rouglinc.-s of the sea
sho was unable to approach the
Tin: Mariposa took fiom the Gene
ral Post Ollieo a mail of 7,:i(i!) letters,
weighing 1811 pound 18 ounces, and
2,5'J7 packages of papers, weighing
712 pounds 8 ounces.
Somk alterations are being mado to
tho passenger accommodations of the
steamer Iwalani. Eight state looms
are being built and tho ventilation
and light of the saloon are being im
proved. Tin: Now Zealand papers comment
in very complimontaiy tonus of Mr.
"Washington Norton's "Meiry
Makers." Tlio manager, Mr. llen
nesoy Leioyalo, informs us, th.it hu has
had a very successful tour iimiid tho
Di:ti:ctivi: Thus. McGiilin caught
John Do Graves, express driver, last
evening, with 88 tins of opium bagged
in his hack. At the Station John
said tho contraband height was for a
(minimum, but the Celestial could
not bo found. To-day Do Graves was
brought up bofoio Justice Hickorton,
Tin: Lucas-Mullen onu-milu skating
race at tho Yosemite Kink Saturday
night ilruw a largo ciowri, Tho con
test was interesting from the begin-
inj. Mullen gained about n foot
every lap, and would probably hao
won "tlio race had lie not fallen. An
it was Mullen foil when about half
tliu .listanco was accomplished, mill
was beaten by about 20 feet distance.
Tin: Hand concert in honor of Sir
Alexander and Lady Stuart on Satur
day evening was a delightful event.
There was never a more tasteful or
beautiful chromatic illumination than
that 'presented on tlio front of tho
Hotel through the iweitions of
Manager Giuliani, at the very short
notice given liim notwithstanding.
Mr. Beiger got exceptionally good
music from tho band, tlio vocal ollorts
in the pieces from "Melo Hawaii"
being Hue indeed, causing great de
light to tlio guests of the occasion.
Fot'ii aged natives, while llshing
witli u net at l'unalutt, Koolau,
Thursday evening, were carried to
sea in their boat and nearly drowned.
The sen became very lougli, and u
M long cuirent was iiiiining. Tlio
bout got into the bienkcrs and was
capsized. The natives clung lo tho
overturned vessel, and were well
nigh exhausted when Captain
MeGiegor, of the schooner Munuoka
wui, and his sailors went to the leseue
in u surf boat. The llshei man's net,
which was lost, was valued ut if 100,
and several stalwart natives who
recovered it tho next morning leceived
Aittiivi:i ex St. Paul Latest styles
of Picture Mouldings, Wall and Coi
ner Brackets, Rustic Frames, Minors,
Lap Hoards, B. V. Chairs, Marble
Top Parlor Tables, 11. , Ash and
Cedar Dining Tables, Violin Strings
and Hows, Cults, Velocipedes, Hats,
Foot Halls, etc, etc., too numerous
to mention, and to lie sold as cheap
as the cheapest.
51 lw WV.ST, Dow & Co.
PORTRAIT OF THE LATE GOV. KANOA.
A portrait of the Into lion. Paul
Kanoa, fornieily Governor of Kauai,
lias been purchased by subscription
and is to lie hung in the Court house
at Xawiliwili, Kauai. This picture
w.is painted by Mr. Furncax from life
and is deemed to bo an excellent
likeness. Tlio subscribers are mainly
llawaiians resident at Kauai and take
a great inteiest in having a memorial
of their venerable and respected
governor wheio it can bo seen and
appreciated. It is the more appro
piiate that the portiail should bo at
the Couit House, iih tlio building
stands on tho site and over the cellar
of Governor Kanoa's foinier residence.
A very largo number of the lead
ing icsirients, ladies and gentlemen,
went out to tlio band concert at Lu
ualilo Home on Satuiday afternoon,
to see the institution, hear the music,
and withal do honor to the memory
of the founder, "good King Luna
lilo," on his natal day. Great intei
est was manifested in the venerable
wards of the institution, some of
whom have reached an uxtieme, al
though in many cases, unknown age.
There have been two deaths among
the inmates since last previous anni
versary, but tho silver-liaiied patri
arch, noted in our leport then as
having seen Kiiniehaineha L, is still
living. Another object of much at
tention, particularly by the ladies,
was a personage hearing the impos
ing name of ltobert Hrueo Lunalilo
Swinton. A son of the superinten
dent of the Home, Mr. Harry Swin
ton, his avoirdupois is in keeping
with his weighty patronymics, though
only tluee months old turning tlio
scales ut precisely twenty-iivo pounds
two ounces. It was noticeable that
the grounds showed a gient impiovc
nient on last year, tho young tiees,
shrubs and (lowers evincing u more
healthy condition. Many of tlio
visitors availed themselves of the ex
ceptionally line view to be bad fiom
tho tower of the main building. Tlio
lovei Iterations of tlio band music
among tho hills was entrancing.
ANOTIIKH LAItfin AIIKIVAI. A CONSUL
lir.SIIin.NT AND A ni:w rONVr.NlION.
Tho Pacific Mail Co.'s S. S. City of
Pekin arrived oil' the harbor yester
day morning at '. :!i0 o'clock, with 'JUS
Japanese immigrants on board, in
cludini: about 2110 women. Fifty
able-bodied seamen formed part of
the contingent, being engaged by
Hon. S. G. Wilder for the service of
tlio Wilder Steamship Company. Tlio
whole party arrived in good health,
with neither death nor serious illness
to report on the voyage. After
thoiough inspection by Drs. Hroriio,
Tioiisseau and Webb, tlio immigrants
were landed at the Immigration
Depot during the afternoon, under
the supervision of their Excellencies
Mr. Gibson and Mr. Guliek, Ministers
of Foreign Alliiiranri of the Interior,
respectively, Mr. W. O. Atwater, clerk
of the immigration buieau of tho
Interior Department, and Mr. W. G.
hwin, special agent for Japanese
Immigration. Capt. Dearborn praised
the lot for their good behavior on the
passage, and they hnvo tho appear
ance of being a first-class acquisition
to the labor supply of tho kingdom.
Tliey will hi distributed to tho plan
tations without delay.
Mr. It. W. Irwin, Hawaiian Charge
d'Allaiies in Japan, accompanied the
immigiaiits, witli whom also came
seven accicdited Japanese physicians
and seven experienced inteipieters.
Mr. Anrio, late Japanese Consul at
Shanghai, has como to take u similar
position here, with tho function of
Diplomatic Agent added, Consul Jiro
Nnknmuru returning to .T.tpan. The
new incumbent biingt) to tlio dis
charge of the enlarged powers of the
olllce the leputation of a gentleman
of cultuie and education, an excellent
English scholar and great experience
in tho public service.
Mr. Irwin biings with him ti Con
vention on linniigratii n ratilieri in
iitlvnucc by tlio Japanese Foreign
Minister, under authorization of tlio
Emperor. All tho negotiations for
the instrument were conducted in
English, and no Japanese version of
it lias been deemed neces.-ary to send
along. It is said to be a treaty favor
able to Hawaii in eveiy respect.
A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT.
AN KXPI.OSION ON TUB H. H, MAItll'OSU
I'Ati.sr.s thk nr.ATii oi'tiiim:i:.mi:n
THUIIK OTIICKS INMl'ltKI)
Till! hlllAMI'.U'H IHU'AItT-
Shortly after the S. S. Mariposa
left tlie Oceanic Steamship Com
pany's dock for San Fianeisco, at 10
o'clock yesterday, having passed
through the reef, and discharged
Pilot Hhcperd, she suddenly came to
anchor and at the same time was
seen to be enveloped in a cloud of
steam. The icport was telephoned
over town that the .Mariposa was on
lire. Chief Engineer Nott and Stu
vey Engineer While, of the Fire De
partment, weie in the Hell Tower
watching the Mariposa going out and
tlie City of Pekin coming in. Mr.
Nott passed orders louud to the dill'er
ent the companies to lie ready for
action at the first signal, and thi;n
with Mr. White went down to tho
wliaif with the hose eait of Engine
Co. No. 2, and made everything
toady for emergencies.
The tugboat Eleu was just about
starting out to convey Mr. Gibson,
President of tlie Board of Health,
and Mr. Guliek, Minister of tho In
terior, with Drs. Btoriio, Tioiisseau
and Webb, to the S. S. City of Pekin,
just arrived oil the harbor with
Japanese immigrants. Mr. W. G.
Irwin reached the wharf in time to
inform tlio patty on the tug that
theie was something wiong on the
Mmiposn, and Mr. GiliMiu oulered
the tug to proceed first to that vessel.
Arriving there it wasan-eitained that
an explosion had occurred in one of
tlie boilers, injuring some ot tlie men,
but that no immediate assistance was
requiieri. On tlio tug's leturn from
the City of Pekin sliorlh afterwaid,
it was ascertained that two men had
been killed, and four injuied, two of
them seriously. Mr. Wilson, Chief
Engineer, also reported that the three
remaining boilers were sullicient to
take the steamer safely and expedi
tiously to Kan Francisco. At the
same time ho ordered several ten-feet
iron bolts to bo made, which Mr. Ir
win had done at tlio Hawaiian Car
ri igo Manufactory.
At live o'clock .Mr. Iiwin returned
in the Eleu and had tho dead bodies
and the two men who were badly in
jured taken ashore. The coip.-os
were consigned to Mr. Williams, un
dertaker, for interment, and tlie two
sud'eiers sent to the Queen's Hospi
tal. Before this tin inquest had been
held bv Deputy Marshal Dayton on
board, with tlio following jury, Hono
lulu people who were passengers on
tlio boat: J. M. Monsarrut, J. M. Oat,
M. W. McChesuey, E. II. Miles, (!. P.
Castle, C. Gertz. The evidence
showed the accident to have been
caused by tlio springing of the lluo
sheet from the tubes of the after pint
boiler. There was a picssuro of 82
or 811 pounds at tlie time, the certifi
cate allowing i)0 pounds. Dr. It. 1).
Johnston, ship's physician, testified
that death was caused by either suH'o
catiou or scalding. A verdict in ac
cordance with the evidence was
given, stating that the occunenco
was accidental and not duo to the
negligence of the captain and oilieers
of tlio steamship,
Tlie names of the killed and in
jured were: James Brown, water
tender, of Scotland; Geo. lleily, fire
man, Ireland; Tom Hansen, fireman,
Denmark; Eugene Shannon, coat
passer, Massachusetts; Richard Car
lol (killed), coal passer, Illinois, and
John Wliiteiuaish (killed), passage
worker, England. The bodies of
Carrol and Whiteniarsli were intoned
at 10 o'clock this forenoon in Makiki
Cemetery, the Rev. E. C. Oggel con
ducting the funeral services.
Tom Hansen died of his injuries
in tlie hospital about nine this foie-
noon, lie will lie nuiieii at tour tins
afternoon, at tlie Makiki Cemetery,
Rov. Mr. Oggel officiating. The other
man who was taken to hospital, Geo.
Roily, although badly scalded about
tlie "arms and body, is not in a
It was nearly midnight before the.
Mariposa got away on her voyage.
COUNCIL AND ORDINATION.
A council, composed of pastors and
lay representatives of Fort Street,
Bethel Union, Kawaialiao and Kim
niakapili Churches, with invited niin
Utcrs, was held in tlie lcctuio room
of the Fort Street Church on Satur
day afternoon, and was called to
order bv Rov. J. A. Ciiuau. Tho
Rov. C.'M. Hyde, D.D., was elected
Moderator, and Rev. E. C. Oggel
Scribe. Meeting was opened with
prayer by tho moderator. The pur
pose of tho council was to hold an
examination, and if need be, to or
dain Mr. E. N. Dyer to tho iniiiiidry,
in accordance witli a request received
from thu church at Kohala. Mr.
Dyer, owing to the detention of tlio
steamer Kiiinu, not being present,
the council adjourned to meet at the
caU'of the Moderator,
The council met again ut the enmo
place on Sunday, at 2 :30 p.m. Tlieio
were present : Rev. Ji A. Cruznn with
Messrs. J. M. Whitney and A. W.
Pcarce, of Foil Stieet Chuich; Itov.
E. C. Oggel with Messrs. D. P. Peter
son and J. O. Carter, of Bethel Union
Church; Rev. 11. II. Parker with Mr.
Hiram, of Kawaiahao Church; Rev.
J. Waiamau with Messrs. Kalama
and Naukana, of Kaumakapili
Church; Dr. James Wight, of Kohuln
Church, and invited ministers, Rev.
C. M. II vile, D.D., Rev. Lowell Smith,
D.D., RoV. W. C. Meriitt, Rev. Hiram
Bingham, Rev. S. E. UNhop, Rev. II.
S. .Ionian, and Rev. James Bickuell.
Theie was also a pielty full atten
dance of spcetatois, all of whom
seemed to be deeply inleiested in the
proceedings throughout. The hymn,
"Stand up, stand up for Jesus," was
sung, and prayer offered by Rev. Mr.
Meiritt, after which the Moderator,
Rov. C. M. Hyde, D.I)., announced
the object of tlie council. On motion,
the examination of Mr. Dyer was pio
eeeried with, conducted by Dr. Hyde.
After a somewhat lengthy and close
examination mi points of doctrine,
including pcisoual experience, tlie
members of council ictiieil to tlie ad
joining room to decide on the result,
and were out but a few minutes,
when they letuined and declined the
examination satisfactory. The onli
nation services wore announced, and
the meeting closed by singing the
A crowded conjiegation assembled
in Fort Stieet Church at 7 :H0. The
pulpit was occupied by Revs. J. A.
Cru.au, Dr. Hyde, II. S. Jordan,
Hiram Bingham and E. C. Oggel,
and Dr. Hyde intimated to the con
gregation that the examination of
Mr. Dyer hail icsiilted satisfacloiily,
and Unit the oidinatioii services
would then be pioeeeded with.
An able mid eloquent sermon was
preached bv Rev. 11. S. .Ionian, horn
1 Cor. 15:2."), "For Ho must reign till
he hath put all enemies under his
feet." At the close of the sermon, a
hymn was sung. A small stand was
then placed in position with a bible
on it, to which Mr. Dyer was con:
ducted, when lie assumed a kneeling
postuie. I he live pastors above
named placed each his rigid hand on
the candidate's head, while tlio Rev.
E. C. Oggel olleied Iho ordination
prayer. Tlie Rev. Dr. Hyde, on lie
half of the council, tendered Mr.
Dyer the right hand of fellowship,
prefacing the ceremony witli appio
priate rcmaiks. Rev. J. A. Criuuii
deliveied the charge to the newly
iiidaiued minister, citing tho remark
made by an old Scotch minister
under similar citeumstances, that
theie were three loquisilos to a suc
cessful ministry, (I) good health, (2)
religion, (It) common sense, and ob
served that the peisonal appearance,
of Mr. Dyer was sullicient to show
that lie possessed tlie fust; his ex
amination before the council allbrdcd
good evidence that he had the second,
and the manner in which he had dis
charged tho duties of tho onoious
and trying position occupied by him
during his past seven or eight years'
residence in this kingdom, furnished
tlie best possible proof that he was
gifted with the third of tho requisites
named. But uboo all, he wished to
emphasize the fact that the first and
greatest requisite of all to a minister
of the gospel is earnest unswerving
loyalty to the Loiri Jesus Christ, and
concluded by charging him, in all
cases, to take the word of God the
man of his counsel mid tlie guide of
The proceedings were then brought
to a close, Mr. Dyer pronouncing the
The newly-oiilaiiied minister, Rev.
E. N. Dyer, is a Massachusetts man,
and has been engaged in teaching at
Kohala, in the Government public
school. An excellent paper, written
by him for the Teachers' Convention,
on Seven Years' Teaching, in Hawaii,
appeared in the BuM.rUN a few weeks
ago. lie enters upon his now sphere
with the best wishes of a large circle
Monday, Feb. loth.
J. A. Rcichartiind L. J. Scott, tried
on Saturday last for assault with a
knife on Capt. A. B. Hayley, were
brought up for sentence. They were
lined ifliO each and nintenced to live
days' iinprihoiiuieut at hard labor,
with costs, $2. fit) in Reicliart's, and
$ !.!!) in Scott's case. Reichail had
pleaded guilty, Scott not guilty. Mr.
Avery appeared for tho former nod
Kinney and Peterson for tho latter.
On the delivery of sentence, an ap
peal was noted on behalf of Reicliart.
The evidence showed that Reichart
had threatened Capt. Hayley with a
knife on tlie Hawaiian Hotel premi
ses, late at night, ami that Scott
urged him to use tlio weapon, both
venting the foulest language, besides
annoying Mrs. Hayley by sinking
admittance to her husband's cottage
in looking for him.
Johnson, Kalailoa, Kalani, Kit
union and Keliikiihewii had (i each
entered agaiiiht them for drunken-
Malum was lined o and cosls for
assault and batteiy on Amio, and
Ainio received a like penalty for as
sault and battery on Mahoo.
M. S. Perry was found guilty of
assault and batteiy on Kiakia, with
"u weapon imminently dangerous to
life, to wit, a stone," and was fined $20
mill sentenced to imprisonment at
haul labor for four days; costs $1.70,
It appears Kiakia came into collision
witli defendant's wife, and, as ho said,
caught hold of her to prevent her
falling. Perry then followed Kiakia
when ho was going home, and struck
him on the head with a stone, caus
ing a sovero wound, that bled pro-ftincly,
P. 0. D0X3.3.
Real EsUtu Agent,
drier's Stcninshlii Aircnt.
Grcnt Itutllngton iLtUrood
IMPOLTLItJ AM) DEALERS IX
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER PORT AND KINO STREETS.
New Goods received by exrry Pack' t from tin: Eastern States and Europe.
Frc h California Produce by ner; Steamer. All order. faithfully intended to.
anil Ooot! delivered to any part oi the city free of charm-. Island orders roll,
cited. Satisfaction giiaruiilutri. Pist Oillco llox 115. Telephone No. 0J. 1C8 ly
SAN FRANCISCO, January 1!), 1SS0.
plussrs. W. IJ. Wilfliiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Stroot, San Francisco, Cal.
OhNin mi:n: In reply lo your . .qulrv concerning the opening of the Burglnr.
pioof riust in tlie sure In the niHc of u c Clerk of the Supremo Court now so
well knoM. as THE MCCARTHY JAFL I will say that I look charge of tho
olllce on riLC'riiiy, the (Silt inst. ''ir .. nc davs previmw un-ucccssfiil attempts
had lii-en n. a u by v.u ions experts t.- pie' ihe lock. Gii Thur'riay, further, similar
efloits wen made, with the mmo i cult, v Mr. Emign nml otiiti noted experts,
J'.V.U Vll0JI FINALLY HIT LA1I-I) THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
HE PICM-:!), and lhat the sale inn t he . poind bv force.
On Friday 1 employed the ep i of cue of voiir competitors, who did failhful
and lionet work for that pm pose.
ia a ,iuuy morning win k wa l.'i-gim, nml ihH morning (Wednesday) FOUR
I)AS Al'TLR, ilieexpeit succeed' 1 hi (billing through the door and oncniug the
I consider It wu nn cMrtionlh .rily K-vere test, much beyond what a burglar
could po-sl'dy employ under any ci mini ances, and can assure It has Insplird me
with the In iiest conliilenct in ihe o-'iiri y of .our Burglar.Pronf Safes, and that
YOJlt LOCKS ARE PIOK-PROOF AGAINST THE REST EXPERTS.
After (irking lur tome hours mi ihi lock, one expert said he had found that
yx.iisonu eler'iiuil iiuoilicr Unit O ns one. On examination, neither of theso
letters appt.iuri in th; combination. Yours trulv
I. i SPENCER, Clerk of Sunrcmo Court.
ftir The above ;wns n No S MoNE
2d 1 tn
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has jus.t opened out a large n-id carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Ciistoin.Made Clothing, and Hats and Caps
In all tit Latest Styles iifl Patterns.
27" Paitlcular attention
JOHI ITT, Id. 8 Miai Street
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE rod RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
riTLTMBING, TIN, COPPER ASIj!
998 SHEET IRON "WORK.
ESTA LIS. ED 1870. Tilophona 172.
Honolulu, II. I.
CuMom Houbo Broker,
Mauugor Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
TYRE & BRO..
vLE vfc URRAN F Ire and Burglar Safe.
G. O. BERCER,
G,.ueral Agent for the HaAnllan Islands.
loan elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
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