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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hnwnllnn Islands
Draw Exchnngo on the
JLJunlc or Culil'ornln, H. IP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, DOSTON, HONG KONO.
Messrs. N. 51. Itothsclillil & Son, London J
Tho Commercial unnK to., orjayuncy,
London, ' -
Tlio Coranicrclnl Bank Co.,' or Sydney,
Tho linnkof Now Zealand: Aucklnnd,
Chrlstchurch, mid "WeUin utoii,,
Tho Bank of British Uolumbhi, Vic
ttorla, U. 0., and 1'ortliind, Or.
Transnct a General Banking Jttislness.
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Pledged to neither 8ect nor Patty.
Bat eit&Mlihed far tho benefit of all.
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THUKSDAY, JUNK 21, 1885.
A PROPOSED AMENDMENT.
"Wc published it communication
from Mr. Dickoy, in which ho shows
that tho road tax is very unfairly ex
pended. His uneven distribution
of n tax levied for a specific put pose
is unquestionably a serious griev
ance. Reasons and arguments in
favor of expending the road tax in
tho district where collected are un
answerable. "We make no plea for
the method of distribution. Our
characterization had reference mere
ly to tho levy. Reformation in tho
method of distribution is urgently
needed. Justice and common fair
ness demand it. If Mr. Dickey will
undertake to devise a measuro
aiming at this wo shall cheer
fully contribute our small help. AVc
wish to make one other correction
to tho communication under con
sideration. Out motion is to amend
by striking out the word "abuse."
This word has evidently crept in
through misconception, and does not
properly qualify the column of mat
ter referred to. This, we respect
fully submit, is sufficient iens.on for
its beimr struck out.
A MEAN TAX.
The bill given notice of by Repre
sentative Nnhale, on Tuesday, to
levy postage on newspapers circu
lating in the Islands is one of those
measures which will be mot judi
ciously disposed of b' being killed
as dead as Julius Ciesar, at the
moment of its birth. Scarcely any
measure could be introduced which
is better calculated to bring out the
quality of meanness, if any exists,
among the members of the house.
No possible excuse can bo offered
for making common information
more expensive to readers through
out the kingdom than to those in the
city. If, however, the honorable
member has it in view only to extort
a little extra revenue from the pub
lishers of the Honolulu newspapers,
the effect of the bill, should a maj
ority of the Legislature let it sur
vive the first reading, will fail of its
object. "While the white paper on
which the city newspapers are print
ed costs already within a fraction of
what the printed sheets are mailed
for to subscribers, the unavoidable
result of a postal exaction will be ad
ditional cost to the readers. Every
newspaper reader in the kingdom
receiving his news through tho post
ollicc should raise a vigorous pro
test against tho proposed tax. There
is no call for an' such measure.
There can be no good reason why
the postofllce department should
riot deliver newspapers over the
kingdom on the same items as here
tofore. It has ever been character
istic of enlightened legislation to
facilitate by every possible means
the supplying of information to tho
public. Newspaper postage has
been deposited among the relics of
the dark ages in the countries from
which this kingdom is supposed to
take its precedents, and the petty
exaction proposed in this bill is
simply a premium on ignorance.
The Dominion of Canada, at the
time of the confederation of tho
provinces, levied a postage rate on
newspapers ; but a very few years
were sulllcient to prove it a public
nuisance, and it was abolished. AVe
have no desire to sec the laws of
this kingdom cumbered with tho
deleted clauses of other country's
statute books. It will be discredit
able to tho representatives of tills
kingdom to be found picking new
measures from tho waste paper
baskets of any foreign legislature.
That, however, is what is contem
plated in tho newspaper postage
bill. Tho mombers of tho Assembly
will indict no loss on tho postofllce
department, and thoj' will reflect
credit on themselves by stifling tho
"bill at its ilrst appearance,
FOttTY-FOlKTIl DAY COXTIXIT.D.
Wkdsusdav, June 23rd.
Rep. Knlua submitted a draft of
tho reply of tho select committee for
that pupose, to His Majesty's mes-
snire. which was lead as follows:
"To His Ma.iksty thi: Kino :
"Sire In accordance with a reso
lution of the legislative Assembly,
the honorable President nominated a
committee to respond to Your Maj
esty's Royal message.
"The honor has been conferred on
us to present Your Majesty with the
reply of the Legislature to Your
Koval messace of the 21st day of
June, A. 1). 1880.
"On behalf of the Legislative
Assembly wo thank Your Majesty
for this special Royal message.
"Your Majesty's desiro has been
made known to us that the Legisla
tive Assembly cconomi.o in the ap
propriation of moneys from the
items submitted by Your Majesty's
Ministers, and that Your Majesty
especially recommends retrenchment
to begin with the civil list.
"This is a great measure in the
opinion of the Assembly, and espe
cially commends itself as being pro
per that the national expenditures
should bo reduced to an equality
with tho anticipated receipts; it
would, however, be belter still if the
national expenditures could bo re
duced to less than the estimated ic
ceipts for the coming biennial period.
"Therefore the Legislative Assem
bly takes heed of Your Majesty's
recommendations, and will act on
them in good foitli, with the assur
ance that progress will be made in
this undertaking for the bcncllt of
"We feel honored in being parti
cipators in tho promotion of Your
Majesty's wish, which has been sub
mitted for the consideration of this
"We are Your Majesty's obedient
Tho report was adopted and the
same committee was appointed to
present the reply. By request of
the chairman of committee, the
Rrcsidont appointed Rep. Nahiuu in
placo of Rep. Nahale, who was tem
porarily absent from the city.
Oltlir.U OF TIIK DAY.
A calk belonging to Captain Sib
ling wus bitten by a mad doe, yester
day on tho corner of Queen and
Second reading of an act to regu
late the construction of buildings in
the city of Ilonolulu, and the towns
of Ililo, Wailuku and ICahului.
Rep. Thurston moved to strike
the other towns out of the first sec
tion, so that the bill should only
apply to Ilonolulu.
Rep. Dickey supported the motion,
believing it would be impracticable
for the Superintendent of Public
Works to supervise the erection or
moving of buildings outside of the
city. He scarcely saw what the
whole bill was for, but probably it
was meant as a protection from lire
and unsanitary conditions. Ho had
presented a bill to cover the matter
of lire protection, and it was laid on
the table because this bill was said
to fulfill that object, but this bill did
not do so.
Rep. Castle, on behalf of the
select committee that reported it up,
supported the bill. It was not in
tended to place burdensome restric
tions on the people, but to act as a
cheek or guard against abuses when
necessary. Tho other towns than
Honolulu were growing, and somo of
them needed tho provisions of this
bill now. He urged the necessity of
a measure to prevent landlords from
putting up tenements unsafe to
human life, citing a disaster in St.
Louis caused by tho collapse of a
schoolhouse, and another in New
York, where a tenement block tum
bled in, killing several people, for
which tho builder was sentenced to
nine years and six months imprison
ment; Rep. Thurston disclaimed opposi
tion to the bill as a whole, but said
the lion, member for "Wailuku had
not answered the objections to mak
ing it apply outside of Honolulu.
Resides the limits of Honolulu with
in the meaning of the act were not
Rep. Richardson was in favor of
the bill generally, but did not want
it applied to the other towns. It
would be impossible to carry out the
law unless tho boundaries of nil tho
towns were laid down.
The amendment carried, and then
the section as amended.
Rep. Castle moved a verbal
amendment to the second section, in
accordance with the committee's re
port, and to sti;ikc out the mention
of the other towns to correspond
with the first section as amended.
Rep. Thurston moved to substitute
"shall" for "may," so as to make it
obligator' on tho Superintendent of
Public "Works to grant permission
on compliance with tho conditions.
Rep. Drown moved to insert the
word "if" wliero it was required to
make sense. Carried.
.Tho section passed as amended.
Minister Neumann moved to
amend tho third section, by inserting
tho words, "which refusal shall bo
in writing, stntlng tho reasons there
for," the rofusal referring to per
mission by the Superintendent. Car
ried. Rep. Dole moved to substitute
tho word "person" for "builder or
architect," in defining the board of
arbitration to bo appointed in caso
of refusal of permission.
Minister Gulick opposed tho
amendment, as builders or architects
wore likely to bo tho most com
petent in such a caso, and thcro
would never bo any dllllculty in
finding sulllcient of that clnss to
Noble Rishop thought tho amend
ment would not bo out of place, ns
an architect or builder was likely to
be appointed anyway by one or
other of tho paitics.
Rep. Castle supported the amend-1
wont, from his experience or an
architect's chaigo for arbitration
Rep. Dickey suggested a verbal
cliango to make it read that the ap
plicant shall "appoint one of bucIi
Hoard, and tho Minister of Interior
shall appoint another of such Hoard,
and the two so appointed shall select
the third member thereof." This
was accepted by Rep. Dole, and
The section passed as amended.
Rep. llrown moved to insert the
word "also" and strike out .other
words, to make the fourth section
agree with the previous amendments
to the bill, as follows: "The pio
visions of this act shall also apply
to the erection, moving or placing of
all buildings hereafter to bo erected
anywhere within the kingdom, to be
used as churches, school houses,
town halls, or places of assembly,
theaters, skating rinks or hotels."
Rep. Castle moved to make it
read, niter "school houses," "court
houses, hotels, or other places of
These amendments carried, also
the section as amended.
Rep. Thurston moved to insert a
new section as follows: "Section
fi The provisions of this act shall
not apply to any building costing
less than SI.000." lie held that
there was no possible danger from
small and cheap buildings. All this
red tape would cost a poor man more
than his building.
Rep. Dickey opposed this amend
ment, as it would be necessary that
the Minister of Interior should have
power to prevent buildings being
Rep. Dole was in favor of the
now section proposed. I ins act was
not intended for sanitary purposes,
but to prevent large buildings from
being weakly or poorly constructed
so as to endanger life. He was not
very much interested in the bill a,s a
whole, as there was not the same
necessity for such a law in this
country", where 'houses were rarely
more than two stories high, as in
huge cities elsewhere with their
buildings of many stories.
The new section carried.
Minister Neumann moved to name
the original fifth section tho sixth.
Carried. lie also moved a verbal
amendment, to make the section
correspond with the previous sec
lions, which was carried, and then
the section as amended.
Noble Rishop moved a new sec
tion to deflne the limits under the
act as follows: "Section 7. for
the purposes of this Act the City of
Honolulu shall comprise that por
tion of Komi District, in the Island
of Oaliu, within the following limits :
The Kalihi stream on the west, the
Manoa or Kalia stream on the east,
the sea in front and extending
niauka to a distance of three miles
inland from the sea."
The sixth and seventh sections
were altered to eighth and ninth re
spectively, and with tho enacting
clause and title were passed, and
then the bill as amended, being
ordered for third reading on Satur
Second leading of an act to regu
late the kindlimr of fires in Hono
lulu, reported from .select commit
tee. Rep. Thurston moved the bill be
indefinitely postponed. He thought
they were rushing too many tiro
bill's through. They had passed
one to provide for the inquest of
fires, and now they had one on the
kindling of fires. A great majority
of the native people cooked their
food outdoors, and this bill would
prevent them doinij so. It would
prohibit a man from burning a pile
of brush on a twenty-acre lot with
out getting permission from tho
Minister of Interior.
Noble Rishop stated that the bill
had been introduced by the Minister
of Interior, and stated some of the
considerations that had induced the
committee to report it jip. Rrusli
fires were of frequent occurence,
and caused false alarms of fire occa
sioning much inconvenience to fire
men and others.
Rep. Dole thought there was
nothing necessary in tho act which
could not bo gained by an amend
ment to the existing law against tho
indiscriminate use of fireworks and
firearms. This law would drive
poor people to kindle fires on their
verandahs and in their houses, ami
fires would break out in consequence
all over the citj Most of tho fires
were duo to other causes than those
mentioned in this bill.
Rep. Castle admitted tho force of
tho moving appeals of the lion, mem
bers regarding the poor man's house
hold (ires; but, out of "respect for
tho Minister of Interior, who was
absent, he moved the bill be laid on
tho table, which carried.
Second reading of an act to pre
vent tho obstruction of streets in
Ilonolulu, Lahaiua, "Wailuku, Ka
hului and Ililo.
Rep, Aholo, in view of thh bill
being a lengthy one and of tho ab
scuco of tho Minister of Interior,
moved tho house adjourn till 10
o'clock to-morrow, which carried at
roitrv-ririn ha v.
Tiiuissday, Juno 24th.
Tho Assembly was opened nt 10
o'clock with prayer bv tho Chap
lain; tho President, Noble J. S.
"Walker, in the chair, and tho follow
ing members present: Ministers
Gibson, Kapctm, and Neumann;
Nobles Dominis, Kuihelani, Knuoa,
and Kane; Reps. Keau, Lilikalani,
Raker, l'laysclden, Kalun, Knittiti
mano, Kaulii, Kaulio, Pallia, Nahiuu,
Kckon, Aholo, Knukau, Richaidson,
Thurston, Pachaolp, Dole, Kauai,
and Pnlohau. The minutes of last
meeting wore read in both languages
bv the Secrctarv and Intorpietor.
Rep. Richardson, from the En
grossing Committee, reported up
the reply to His Majesty's message ;
also asked for further time on tho
bill relating to the grade of streets,
which was granted.
Rep. Dole presented a minority
report from the select committee on
pension bills, signed by himself and
Rep. Rrown. They recommend the
passage of a bill to regulate pen
sions with certain amendments sub
mitted ; and that the bills conferring
permanent settlements on Princess
Poomaikelnnl, Hon. W. C. Paiko,
Hon. Abraham Fornander and Mr.
Thos. W. Everett, be laid on the
Noble Dominis presented the
majority report of the same com
mittee, recommending that $.'),000
per milium bo settled on Piiuccss
Poinaikelani, and 2,000 each on
lion. W. 0. Parke, lion. Abraham
Kornandcr and Mr. Thomas W. Eve
rett, during the terms of their natu
ral lives, provided that no amount
be paid any of them while holding
salaried olllce under the Hawaiian
Government, and that Rep. Dole's
bill to regulate pensions bo indefi
nitely postponed. Signed by Noble
Dominis, Reps. Hayselden and
Rep. Kaulukou moved that both
reports be accepted and tabled for
consideration with the bills,' which
Rep. Dole gave notice of a bill to
provide an additional port of entry
on tho island of Kauai.
The same member read his reso
lution to make a now rule, providing
for notice being given of questions
to Ministers, and moved it pass.
Rep. Kaulukou thought the reso
lution, which lie believed a good one,
ought to take the same course as a
Rep. Dole held that rule 81 pro
vided for making a now rule in the
way being taken, and was supported
by the chair.
Rep. Kaulukou moved to amend
the resolution by adding, "Any
Minister so questioned shall reply
within three days."
Rep. Dole thought it was inoic
convenient to have one day in the
rule, and the bouse would not re
fuse an extension of time if de
nied. The amendment was lost and the
rule passed, as follows:
"8G. Any member of tho Assem
bly may ask any question of any
Cabinet Minister relating to Ins re
spective department, by reducing
such question to writing over his
signature and reading the same be
fore tho Assembly, and furnishing
such Minister with a copy of such
written question. Any Minister so
questioned shall reply to such ques
tion upon tho following day, unless
tho Assembly shall grant him a
definite extension of time for replying-"
Rep. Keau read a first time an
act given notice of, to prohibit peo
plo'froin other countries working on
the wharves of Honolulu.
Rep. Castlo moved that the bill
be rejected, lie could not imagine
why the lion, member should intro
duce this bill. Tho lion, member
for Honolulu' was a man of pretty
good sense, who, if lie thought there
was any danger of tlie lull passing,
would vote against it himself.
Rep. Keau thought a motion to
reject on first reading should not be
entertained without a suspension of
the rules and second 'reading by
title. It was not, as the lion, mem
ber for Wailuku bad suggested, in
order to gain a little fame that ho
had introduced this bill. The people
of Honolulu had some time ago peti
tioned that foreigners should not be
allowed to work on the wharves, and
it was in accordance with their
prayer that he had framed tho bill.
A great many foreign laborers, whose
contracts on tho plantations had ex
piicd, flocked into Honolulu and
took tho work that the natives had
been doing on the wharves, at rates
that lowered wages to a point below
what gave a fair living. On the da;
after the election many firms on the
wharves employed foreigners simply
to gratify their spito because their
candidate was not elected.
Rep. Dole said this seemed to bo
Mr. Dickoy's bill in a- new shape, to
give Ilawaiians privileges over
aliens. The people who practised
such exclusiveness lived six centuries
ago. If thuiu was any politics con
nected with it ho was very sorry.
IIo believed there was bomo truth
in it, as tlio Oceanic Steamship Com
pany was employing Portuguese
almost exclusively, and poihaps thoy
had bettor tako away that corpora
tion's pension. Thoy had been
working on a bill to provent work
on Sundays, hut it was an uutirnly
now thing to prevent peoplo work
ing on week days. Tho pussogo of
this bill would create great confusion
on tho wharves. It would throw
such men us Mr. Towksbury of tho
Customs, Mr, Sorcnson tho shipbuilder,-
Mr. Sum. Allen and Mr.
P. C. Jones on the town to bo pro
vided for. It punishes peoplo who
work on the wharves or near the
wharves, nnd how were they going
to find out where "near tho wharves''
was a mile or half a mile away r
He did not think Ilawaiians were
afraid of foieigjiers, as ho had been
told there were no men equal to
llawallnns on tho wharves.
The motion was lost and the bill
passed to socond leading in its
Rep. Kalua presented a resolu
tion that the Minister of Finance
state to the house on or before
Tuesday next, the indebtedness of
tho Government, the persons to
whom debts are duo, tho amounts
due in each case, the dates on which
the debts at e due, and the interest
duo on cSeh debt. Carried.
Rep. Knai read a first time an act
to repeal sec. 67, Civil Code, relat
ing to licenses.
Rep. Polohau read a first time on
act to impose' a license on people
who take mortgages on land. The
Rep. Pachaole presented a resolu
tion that tho Minister of Interior le
port in writing to this house on
Monday whether tho lease of ceitain
Government land on Molokai was
made at auction. Ho said the
lot contained over two thousand
acres, and, if it had been
put up at auction, would have ex
cited eager competition, so that the
revi iiue would have been benefited.
Rep. Kalua said thai last session
there was a resolution similar to this
'introduced, and the Minister gave a
reply, in which this very land was
included, and it was shown that tho
lease was made during the incum
bency of a previous Minister of
Interior, Mr. lluili. lie had no doubt
the laud would tiring &)() a year,
instead of S160 as now, if it had
been put up at auction. He did not
think the resolution would have the
elfect intended. 'Tho only way would
be to order the Minister to take legil
steps to set the lease aside.
Hep. Richardson moved that the
resolution be laid on the table.
Rep. Kaulukou thought the reso
lution should be "passed. Perhaps
the member's constituents wished
him to ask the question.
The resolution was tabled.
Rep. Castle moved, and it was
carried, that the new rule just
adopted lie printed on slips lo be
pasted in tlio books.
Minister Knpeua presented a reply
to Rep. Dole's resolution of the
other day, regarding rice and other
goods imported by tlio steamships
Yaimishiro Main and City of Pekin.
Rice and other goods imported free
of iluty by the Yauiashiio Maru
were valued at $G,!)(J'J, and entered
by the Interior Department. Goods
impoitcd by tho same vessel, paying
duty, were valued lit 82,(157.8.1, and
ontered by R. W. Irwin. Rico and
other goods imported free of duty
by the City of Pekin amounted
in value to fel-,'J2u.iU, entered tiy
the Interior Department, inclusive
of an amount worth 1512. oO entered
by the Hoard of Health. Goods
paying duty by the City of Pekin
were entered at a valuation of 88,
ilGl.Sa by W. G. Irwin & Co., T.
G. Thrum, Oura Sintaro, Nippu
Kai Slia, Yu Ying Yuen and Wing
Wo Tai & Co. Duties collected on
entries by the Yaimishiro Maru
amounted to $2o 1.25, and on those
by the City of i'ekin $;i,087.f8.
The Collector-General in his return
to the Minister, in furnishing the
matter for reply, says, "Permit me
to slate that, as far as I am aware,
the Government only received bene
fit of the release of duties 'on rice
and other goods imported ex steam
ships Yamiibhiro Maru and City of
Rep. Kalua moved that tho house
accept tlio reply and that it be
Rep. Dole wns not sure that the
reply covered all points of the reso
lution. He was not in favor of
accepting or rejecting it, but moved
to amend that tlio report bo printed
and laid on the tabic.
Rep. Aholo was in favor of having
the report printed.
Tlio house voted to accept, print
and lay tho reply on tho table.
Rep. Pnlohau gave notice of an
act to forbid tlio Minister of Fi
nance paying any official while ab
sent from the Kingdom.
Rep. Castlo moved tho order of
tlio day, which cairicd, and then,
on motion of Minister Gibsonf tlio
house took recess from 12 to 1 :J0.
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Season now oniiiirncliia
Yum, Orapes, Nectarines, Apples, etc. Also, Trili I're'h Roll
utter, Fresh Snltnon, Rock Cod, Smelts, Fluiuidcit, O leiy,
until mower, cie-, uiu.
WotMlluwii Dairy Butter, 1 -lb. Bricks, fi ct'ittH cncli,
Other Island Dairies, fiO.eents per 11).
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cnpncliv, Imllt eii( chilly for tlio purpose of preserving fresh ni C nw.a the vnrl
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.A Complete liinc of
Fresh Groceries, Table Delicacies, etc.
Bran, Oats, Corn, Barley, Wheat, at lowest market rates. -
Special care jrlvfii to tln filling of Island orders. Fruit dripped to tho other
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known in Honolulu, 1 hope to obtain a sharo of patronage, and Will guarantee
satisfaction lit all cases.
t2T Dressmaking in all Its branches will be attended to by myself, "a
SV2RS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
Practical Confectioner, Fancy Pastry Cook and Ornnmentor.
The Assembly was called to order
at 1 :6!1 o'clock, anil tool; up the or
der of tho day.
Second reading of an act to pre
vent obstructions on tho slreets of
Honolulu, Ililo, Lahaiua, "Wniluku,
anil Kaliului. Ordered to lie rend
Hep. Dolo moved that the rules be
suspended, nml the committee on tax
ation bo permitted to withdraw for
tho purpose of holding a meeting.
llcp. lvniilukou said the majority of
that committee hail n report ready
for presentation to-morrow morning.
Hop. Hole bttid members of the
committee had asked him to mako
Hep. Aholo said tho withdrawal of
the committee would leave tho houso
without a quorum nnd make adjourn
Tho motion carried.
Hep. Knulukou moved tho li'ouso
adjoin n till 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, whlcli carried, tho house
rising nt 2 o'clock,
RESPECTFULLY informs the Public of Honolulu and tho Islands generally
that lie Inltnilb to furnish, as soon us the need til appliances nrrive, all the
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
piuctically known to him. Having made a conlract with tho Woodlawn Dairy for
a uoiiii'int supply of their ci lubratcd Cietim, will supply his customers witlt moro
Until II fly different Ulndf Fancy Crcains, Tonliu Fruity, Sottllles unci inuny more
lop nunicroiiM to mention here, nil of which he has had practical expcriencifwllh
ul the Imperial Courts of Ylinna and Hie lloyul Confectionery of Bavaria. All
bU'niii.puwur-inmlu in tides In tills line aie far superior to any linud-iniido.
I'loprlulor Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Ornamental Confectioner.
FAUTU11Y AND STOHK No. 71 Hotel stieet, between Fort tinil Nutianu Fts.
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Special iiriniigomeiits inailo regarding Prices for largo orders, which it
will Le inipo-ililc for any ojiu elso lo compete with.
Clieseliroili laifactiing Company's
ViiHvllue Cniuiilior Ice,
VuhuIIiio Cold Cream,.
VuhuIIiio llnlr. Oil,
ViihHIiic Newluc Sliichluo Oil,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
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