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i few" More
Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
Vov ai.oo. At
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1888.
a pi a lo
ftuir 0 R Bishop from Lahalna
tmr Mokolll fvuiu Molokni
Sclir 'Knrilke.iouH from Kohala
StmvW Q Unll from Hnwull and Maul
Sclir Rainbow from Ewa
Sclir W allele for Kuan
Stiiir Mlknbahi for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Llkullko for Kahultil at 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stiur llokolll for Jlolokal at 5 p m
For San Francisco, per S S Zealamlla,
April 7 Saillo B I'rown, Cbas Jlimcr
borger, Goo Ingram, J Khk, lira J
Kirk", Jlr Gray.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Ki
nau, Apiil'J For Volcano: Dr llae
dickc, Mrs Knrlcy, T G (.'arsons and
wife, W Wrestle, Mr Wcney. For Hilo
ports: A Smithies, Mr Tobsarant, G W
Mnltli and wife, G Jaeger, Hou Kred
Horner, Dr AVeddlek, Kev V II Barnes,
Kev Shinilzv, Hon S G Wilder, M Com
luaucbc. wife and child, D tl Hookano,
V .J' right, Hon .1 U Kawatmil, Miss
L Cockett, U Napoleen, 11 L llolstcln
and about 30 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Bishop 2,580 bags sugar.
StmrMokolii 77" bgs sugar, IS head of
cattle, G calves, 142 sheep and 10
The Zcalandla took for San Francisco
11,588 bgs sugar, 1,348 bgs rice, 20 bxs
fruit ana 24 pKgs of betel leaves; value,
The Australia took for San Francisco
yesterday, 22,575 bgs sugar, 3,208 buchs
bananas, 2,312 bgs rice, 150 bndlcs su
gar cane, 1,475 hides. 1,205 goat skins,
and 25 bxaof fruit's; value, i?1G8,704.72.
In St. Andrew's Cathedral, at 11:30
this morning, bv the Kev. Alex. Mac
kintosh, Mr. F."r. Glade to Miss Ber
tha von Holt.
LOCAL & GEHERALNEWS.
The Marion lias gone.
The Vandalia took in stores to-day.
Go to tho EHUj Ico Cream parlors,
for ico cream, cakes and candies.
Tun barkentine St. Lucie has been
chartered to load sugar for Brewer it
li O ii
The Mokolii had very severe
weather on the out trip, but moder
ate on tho return.
New goods ex Australia are now
being opened at the Temple of
Fashion, Fort street.
A meeting of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club is called for on Mondav, April
ICth, at 7 :30 p. in.
A red embroidered jacket lias been
lost. The finder will bo rewarded by
leaving it at this oilice.
A draft lias been found which tho
owner can have by applying at the
oflico of this paper.
Mb. J. P. Bowcu delivered to Dr.
A. McWaync to-day a handsome
combination billiard table.
Rumou says that a large Chinese
firm is about to start in the lumber
and building material business.
A full attondanco of Co. B is re
quested at tho meeting to-night, as
business of importance will be brought
"P. . .
It is reported that tho marines and
bluo jackets of the U. S. S. Adams
will hold n drill ut Palaco Square next
The whaler Triton has transferred
nil her oil to the S. N. Castle, and
after shipping some niou will proceed
North, probably this week.
Messrs. IIopp & Co., No. 74, King
streot, have an advertisement in
another column, to which tho atten
tion of housckcepcis is called.
The bridal chamber on tho steamor
Mikahala was prettily ornamented
with flowers to-day in honor of tho
nowly married cpuplo Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Glado.
The comet lias been seen for tho
past two mornings, between tho hours
of -1 and C o'clock, to tho northward
and eastward. It was rather dim and
its tail short.
Nominations were opened for can
didates for engineers ut tho Juno
elections, at tho meeting of thoPuciflo
Hoso Co. last night, and Mr. J. D.
Tuckor was the successful nominee
Captain Browuell, who was ill with
a stroke of paralysis last week, has
boon unconscious for a few days past,
but Dr. Minor yho is attending tho
Captain, has overy hopo of bringing
him out all right.
Another lot of tho justly cele
brated Apollinaris Water has beon
received by F. A. Sclmofer fc Co.,
vx. naiium, ami is on urea lor saio in
ummi, hiiu ia wiiuieu jur saio
quantities to suit. Also an invoi
pf "Vyhito Bros Portland, Cement,
Natuna, which' will bo sold at tho
lowest market rates.
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN In live
JL evening pujiur. 50 ccuut ier month.
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A i'tuo Lino of
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING,
Geo. W. DoLong Post, G. A. It.
meets at 7:30 o'clock.
Excelsior Lodge I. O. O. F. moots
at 7 -.30 o'clock.
Company B Honolulu Hides drill
at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of the Anti-Asiatic Union
in the old armory at 7 :30.
nr LEWIS J. LEVI.T.
At 12 noon at his sales room,
mortgagees sale of property at
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-riVE CENTS PER POUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs nro quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butler Scotch, only to bo
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
WOOD, WOOD, WOOD.
Haul wood sawed intostovo lengths,
for salo cheap for cash. Apply to T.
.7. King, at tho Union Feed Companv.
OFF FOR KAUAI.
The following passengers leave
for Kauai by the Mikahala this even
ing: Mr. W. F. Glade and biide,
Rev. Alex Mackintosh, Mr. Cochc
let, French Commission, Harry Di
mond, E. Kopkc, F. Mcir, J. F.
Colburn, F. J. Turner, Dr. Herbert
and wife, Mrs. Kitchen and 2 chil
dren, Rev. II. Iscnbcrg and Mr.
and Mrs. Kirk.
GOSSIP ON ENGAGEMENTS.
The engagement of two of Hono
lulu's young people, was announced
yesterday. Both parties are well
and favorably known, especially the
young lady, who is admired by all
who have ever met her. This betro
thal has been the heart's desire of
the parents of the betrothed, and
members of both families were so
rejoiced at the proposal aud accept
ance that the engagement could not
be kept secret. Another engage
ment of a widower and a Miss was
also beard yesterday, and the en
gagement of a secretary and a
teacher was talked about. There
was gosiip too, about the engage
ments of Mr. G. and Miss B. ; Mr.
W. and Miss G. and Mr. F. and
Miss D. Pretty good for Leap year.
The "Christian Toiler" has the
The "Examiner" of Feb. 2Cth
and the "News Letter" of March
3d have striking articles concerning
the "Mutineers" who have taken
forcible possession of the Sandwich
Islands. Accoiding to the papers
named the "Mutineers" are a hard
lot and it is the opinion of many
persons here that the leaders in the
revolt should be on tho reef (the
location of the penitentiary). It is
only a question of time until a Diaz
arises on the islands and then you'll
see the rats hunt theis holes. The
Hawaiiansare too geneious and noble
a people to be enslaved by a handful
of trading foreigners, most of whom
it is said left their own country for
their country's good.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
BEFORE DOLE, J.
Tuesday, April 10th
me uourt opened at 'J :IH) a
Foreign jurors in attendance.
Ho Fon is sworn as interpreter
for the term, Ah Phart being sick.
At 11:57 a recess was taken until
The King vs. Linn Hung and Ah
Choy, violating section 5 of Session
Laws of 1880, Chap. 41, by having
unlawful possession of tools, device,
implements, tickets to play Pakapio,
n banking game, in Honolulu on or
about the 17th of December, 1887,
this being Lum Hung's second of
fence. Being tried before a foreign
jury, will ho finished this after
noon. Case Calendar No. 81, tho King
vs. Geo. Summers, larceny, will be
tried this afternoon, after No. 28 is
In the Police Court yesterday,
Dobson was lined $50 nnd sentenced
to 10 days at hard labor for assault
with a deadly weapon on James
Manuel Perry paid $25, for violat
ing a carriage rule.
Haleakala got 1 year at hard
labor and was lined S 10 for larceny
of goods from tho store of M.
Thero were 23 cases to ho tried
to-day; 12 of them wero from yes
terday while the balanco were now
John Ticehera Vospora, who es
caped from Sheriff Chllllngworth,
was sentenced to impiisonmcnt for
one month for running away. Ho
was also tried for larceny of 5 silver
watches, one gold watch, and a silver
chain, the whole valued at about
5310, from M. Mulncriiy, within
3 months hist past, and was com
mitted to the Supreme Court for
Two cases of drunkenness were
disposed of and a Chinese gaming
pase is being heard this afternoon.
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Yests.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral, at
11 30 this morning, Mr. F. W.
Glado and Miss Bertha von nolt
were united in marriage.
In announcing this event we im
part.nothing that is new or unex
pected to the inhabitants of Hono
lulu. The occasion was one
amounting, it may almost be said,
to a national rejoicing. So great
was the kindly interest felt by all
classes of our city, that long before
tho appointed hour, the cathedral
was crowded by an assemblage, all
in gay attire, amongst whom wero
noticed many leading ofllcials and
citizens, as well as olllccrs from the
warships in port, met together to do
homage to, and wish blessings upon
the happy couple upon this, tho one
great solemn occasion of their lives.
Many people were, by reason of
the great crush, unable to gain ad
mission to tho regular entrance to
the church, but a few succeeded in
getting in by the vestry door.
The peals of the organ, playing
Mendelssohn's Grand Wedding
March, announced the approaching
bride from the vestry, escorted by
Mr. Godfrey Brown, and followed
by the following bridesmaids and
groomsmen: Miss Von Holt, Miss
Glade, Miss Mabel Rhodes, and
Miss Mist; Mr. Meyer, Mr. J.
Dowsett, ' Mr. Mullcr, and Mr.
The service was full choral
throughout. The opening hymn
"How welcome was tho call," sung
with much feeling by the choir,
brought up an unusual brilliancy to
1110113' an eye, and many a voice be
came tremulous. The bride was
"given away" by Mr. Godfrey
The entire ceremony was one of
great impressiveness. The large
assemblage hushed to deep silence
whilst the service was read in solemn
tones, broken slightly by emotion,
by tho Rev. A. Mackintosh. The
happy, yet tearful faces around,
created a scene that was touching in
A reception was held after the
service at the residence of the Rev.
Mr. Mackintosh, where thero was a
brilliant and numerous assemblage.
The wedding presents displayed
were simply magnificent, and quite
too numerous to oven attempt an
Tho following address to Miss
Bertha von Holt was received by
her from the members of the choir
of St. Andrew's second congrega
tion: The undersigned members of the
choir of the second English speak
ing congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral desire to express to Miss
Bertha von Holt, their sincere, and
earnest good wishes on the occasion
of her approaching marriage for
her happiness and welfare. They
desire also to assure her of their
high appreciation of the constant
efforts she has made for the main
tenance and improvement of the
musical portion, at the Cathedral
and to thank her for her unvarying
kindness, and helpfulness toward
her fellow singers. They hope that
her future life, may at all times he
blessed in spiritual and temporal
respects of Almighty God.
llonolulu, April 9, 1888.
Dora M. Dowsett,
W. II. Baird,
T. II. Arms,
A. T. Atkinson,
Constance M. Mist,
Bernico B. Barnard,
Ethal G. "Wodchouse,
T. M. Starkey,
W. S. May,
Flory A. Jones,
J. E. Brown,
T. R. Walker, Chairman,
W. Taylor, Organist.
The departure of the happy pair
this afternoon, for their homo on
Kauai, will leave a blank in our
midst that will not readily bo filled,
as leading soprano at St. Andrew's
choir, as u kindly spirit ministering
to tho wants of tho poor, for her
numberless good qualities and iu
lluencc for good in many quarters.
Miss Bertha Von Holt will bo missed
Wo wish her and her lucky litis
band all prosperity and happiness.
CETTIHC EVEN WITH JOHN.
This is how some of the thrifty
housewives in Australia makes one
shilling go as Jar two. A lady
there ran up a small account with
iter Chincso gardener for vegetables.
Noticing him one day scribbling
Chincso characters on tho door-post,
she determined to find out what
John had written. Later on in the
day anollier Chiniiman, a hawker of
curios, called. She asked him to
tell her what the figures on the
door-post represented. "Four shil
lings and sixpence," explained the
Chinaman, which was the amount of
tin gnrdi'iu'r's score. "Now, John,"
said tho good lad', "if yon make
that ono shilling and sixpence I will
spend three shillings with you."
John, Iiko Barkis, nas willing, al
tered tho figures, transacted busi
ness to tho amount agreed, anil
wont away rojoiciug. ExcUango
ixwwu w olw wtiiiABtJjLwiiaJftt &i fr:wf ftwaa
lioolc at tho Fine I.liio of
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
TIRED OF MATRIMONY.
What is tho whole duty of a
bridegroom when, after the wedding
and the breakfast, lie finch himself
alone with his wife in an empty
railway compartment? Oue would
imagino that a few terms of endear
ment, and possibly an occasional
caress, would not be considered
p quite out of place. This seems to
havo been tho opinion of a young
lady who was married at Acciing
ton, the other day, to a Mr. John
Smith. The blushing bride had not
been married before, but she was
naturally surprised and distressed
by tho proceedings of her husband.
They hud scarcely left Accrington
when Mr. Smith settled himself in
a corner, yawned once or twice, and
fell into deep slumber. It is possi
ble that Mr. Smith in repose is not
a pleasing spectacle. It is possible
that Mrs. Smith was merely hurt by
the stolidity of his demeanor under
conditions favorable to cheerfulness,
not to say enthusiasm. But it is cer
tain that, for one or both of these
reasons, the maiden slipped quietly
out of the carriage at the first sta
tion, leaving behind her only a slip
of paper attached to Mr. Smith's
coat tail, and bearing these words:
"Tired of matrimony. Had enough
of it and gone back to my ma.
Mary." Shanghai Mercury.
THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIA.
It is as certain as anything in hu
man affairs can be that by the end
of this century the Australian popu
lation will amount to at least ten
million. In twenty years it will
probably he greater than that of tho
mother country. In fifty years, ac
cording lo official computation, Aus
tralia will bo inhabited by 50,000,
000 souls. Now the capacity of the
Continent for supporting a teeming
population is beyond all question.
The United States liaye a popula
tion of 00,000,000 on an area of 3,
000,000 square miles, which is just
tho area of the Australian Continent,
exclusive of Tasmania and New
The climate is perfect. More
rain fulls in Australia than
in England, and tho irregu
larity of the rainfall is being
redressed by storage and irrigation,
while subterranean rivers have been
discovered in parts of the country
which were thought doomed to per
manent sterility. The soil is fertile
and suitable for tho cultivation of
almost every crop. The mineral
resources are inexhaustible, and
special attention should be directed
to the vast deposits of coal which
have been discovered. Hero, then,
we have all the conditions necessary
for a growth so prodigious as
scarcely to be conceived. America,
when the War of Independence was
declared, had a population some
what less than Australia has now
and had settled a somewhat smaller
area of her territory.
Looking at the development of
America since then, at tho great
means of development we now pos
sess in the various applications of
steam and electricity, at tho increas
ed activity of human thought, at
the far vaster scale on which indus
trial processes and commercial tran
sactions are now carried on, at the
progress of education and the
spread of culture nay, rather, what
may wo dare imagine as the fuMiro
of tho still infant nation, whoso
hundredth birthday marks, after all,
but one short stage of its life jour
ney. National Review.
TELLING STORIES TO CHILDREN.
One word upon tho character of
stories told to children. They
should never bo of a depressing or
terrifying character. Make the
story of Little Red Kiding Hood end
happily, no matter how it "turns
out" in the- book. There is good
authority for believing that in the
earliest versions of this story the
wolf, after devouring the heroine
and her grandmother each at one
enormous bite, was secured by the
sportsman, who performed a slight
surgical operation upon it, took out
the two ladies, who weio not in the
least hurt, and grateful for this
timely service, and filled tho wolf
up with stones, which made it rather
dilllcult for him to get about. The
author of this classic, has certainly
treated his subject In an original
and able manner. What is needed
now is that some antiquary should
rise and prove that the fato of tho
babies in tho wood was equally satis-
ioctory. unuuren arc full of pity
and tenderness they are not like
us and their innocent spirits should
not be harrowed up with tales of
woe. Neither should they bo told
ghost stories, or "bear stories."
Thero are grown women who habit
ually skip into bed with a quick
nervous step, not because they think
thoro are bears under the bed, but
because for several years of their
iifo they fancied that such tniglit bo
tho case, and the force of habit is
hard to overcome. Tornoto Globe.
HP WO nh i;ly embf oidDri d Gfnt's Shirts
X wo i ot n Bntiirdiy evening on
the Kwu bide of Hie luldgo The under
will confer favor by Ifuviiig tlu-m at
the "Eiclo" ollkc, Kinij Mreet. 9U yt
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING
1 adverse it i.n tho Daily ByLLBTiH'.
If you wont n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
THE BEST ICE CREAM, cm
ana Canutes ut the Klite. 13
DIE GROSSTE AUSWAHLvon
fcliicn Sllber Waurcn fur lloch.
zelts Icschonku zum Vcrknuf
GENTLEMEN ABOUT purohie.
log wcditlug prutciits will find u
One assortmi-nt of Solid Silver Ware at
the store of 11. Mclucrny. 09 If
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
1TX Uivo just rccuived ut Australia
nnotlur lot of hat ' l'HILADEIil'IlI
iAGElt BEKK" In krg-", which i hoy
arc offering to their customers. 907 1 w
THE DAILY BULLETIN-The
moot popular paper puhlUhed.
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
i- WORKS, SUNNY SOUTH.
The value of modtrii lnaehlueiy us pro
ducing n superior article, togeihor with
scrupulous uttention to all details, is
attested by largely incrensed consump
tion of Aerated Waters manufactured
by tho undersigned. ,T. E. lb own,
Depot 23 Merchant street. 007 lw
J- PER In
the Kingdom "Teh
Daily liullutin." 60 cents per mouth.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kcar of Lucas' Mill.
PAPER to subscribe
JL for ii ilio "Daily
cunts per month
BRANDS OF CALI-
Poit. Madeira aud ilulmrii.
lor sale in Kcg anu caes ly
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully iccclv.
ed for the use of the inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers al Kakaako,
or ut the Leper Sittlment on Molohai.
if left with J. T. Waterhouse, jr., at the
Quceu Street Store. l&f tf
MISS. P. TUIELE,
On Beretania street near Pilkol.
(Formerly McQuIro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Dally & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for and re
turn childrpn living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 504. j"3m
NUUANU S STREET.
(Opposite Quecu Emma Hall.)
Tho Best Lunch served in thU City,
with every luxury procurable
in tho Market.
010 JAPANESE KINTARO CO.
C No. 31 Beretania Street.
WALKER & REDWARD,
Contriiotors Vs 33ull(lrH.
Brick, Ftono and Wooden Buildings; e.
timntes given. Jobbing piomptlv at
tended to. 70 Kiny i-trt.u. Hell Tclui
phone No. 2. P. O. Box, 423. ap 5-ly
THE undersigned having received ox.
Australia a shipment of Counter
Sjphons of on improved type, arc now
pn-paio.l to supply saloonsi and others
with Plain Soda, Ginger Ale and Tahiti
Lemonade put up in this convenient
form, at low rates.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Proprietors Tahiti Lemonade Works,
28 Merchant Street. 00 lm
TO exchange a
Horeu and Pli
a No. Piano for a
'Imcton. or for a Ilnrsn
and Brake. Iuquirn at this oflico.
A COPY of "Indigenous Flowers of
Iliwaiian iJlafuls." MiiBt bo in
good condition. Address P. O. Box No.
ii. Htntlng tends. 12 !!t
OOTTAGE TO LET.
, & T7IVE minutes' walk
glpi JL? tlm I'on Office.
X3M uuiu lur ii uucuuior.
J. M. MONSARRA.T.
rpURKE COTTAGES in
nt tho Fish Mirket.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpWO COTTAOKS fully
JL appointed, beaulifidlv
Wttlk of the Pon Olllce. Anonnoitu
the Pon Olllce,
iilty seldom oQeied lo secure a comfort.
able homo within easy jeaeh of tho
business part of tliu city. For paiti.
culars Inquire at
OPUf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
JJTWUWPiikol nnd Ken.
.llllrW.l.'l, Dlrmtj In, rnn.
ikiSSSn iluoimii to Kunu Mixot, 100
feet frontage. Geo) pu-.turiino, Coltige
coiitiiiu 5 roonio, rnrriugn hotso acd
itn I let. for : or 4 liorsiu. llcut $uo per
moiitu. Apply to
J, 12. BKOW'N & CO.,
14 tf tt Merchant street.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
By the S. S. Mariposa, due here on the
12th, Mr. Ehrlich-will- return to Honolulu
with the balance of the Stock of Goods ad
vertised to arrive hero on the Australia.
The Goods which were purchased in San
Francisco arrived on the Australia and are
now open for inspection, but those pur
chased in New York did not arrive in San
Francisco hi time to be shipped on that
steamer owing to some delay in railroad
They will be here, however, on the 12th,
and will be well-worth inspection to which
the public is cordially invited.
All kinds of Brackets, at
WEST & CO.'S.
A large assortment of Bird Cages, at
G. WEST & CO.'S. "' '
Crockery, GlassAvare and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WESTJc CO.'S."
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypes and !N"ew Chromos, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Purses, Ladies' Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums and
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO.'S. '
Bedroom Furniture, Book Casus, Desks, Meat Safes and
Go WEST & CO.'S.
. WEST & CO.'S,
Combs, Brushes, Pans and Dolls, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes,'
Violins, Banjos, &c, &a., at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Yiolin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at ' '
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and
Pianos and all kinds of Musical
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, ait
WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
Dupeo llama & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, ICca
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Exira Select Oysters, Salmon.
Cranberry banco, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Gormen,
IlnckiiiH & tfrmico American Feed Co.' AwjortU Soap,
KlilgciKood, Imperial Grnnum, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Oem, Graham Wafers, (Mien Wafers, Snoiv Flako & Cream
Crackers, GinRor Wafers, Chocolnto Wafer, Pretzels, Prune,
linlcs, Isuts, Apples, French Peas. Pop Corn, Garden Seeds,
AMidat, Hour, Butter, Ilonoy, Plum l'utlriing, etc., etc., cU.
And a General fcssor't of Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit (he Times,
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Boy's Carts and Small
Mattrasses made to order, at
or ring up 119, -
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