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For Spring Summer Clothing,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1888.
ilk V t Thomp'oii lor Ran Francisco
Baik Siuanau from Smi KraiieWeo
Sttnr Kaala for Walanac anil Wnlnlun,
at l u m
Sclir Wulinnlu for Kuiui
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl for Lahalna and llainaUua
at 8 u in
On Vny !Hli. to the wife of M. Green,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No miosis up to noon to-tliiy.
' No signs of tho Zcnlamliii ns wo go
Ir you want a ehuip water tanks
call at tlio Union Feed Co.
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
Tho -Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Tin: bulk Kar.uiao was lcnoited 12
miles cam nt 2 :"0 o'clock.
At 1 :!S0 o'clock this iiftornoon a
haiLeiitino was reported olT Wainia-
A ToitttA.no could have swept Kott
Mieot to-day without cuiiying invny
iinytbiug but u policeman and his
Sin. .Ins. Williams says ho will givo
up tho management of Uiu "Pntadiso
of thu Pacific" to any one who thinks
ho can make any money out of it.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Complimentary concert by
Hawaiian band at the Hotel.
The Ladies' Society of tho Cen
tral Union Church, will hold a socia
ble at the church parlor at 7:J10
Meeting of Honolulu Commandcry
No. 1, Knights Templar in the Lodge
room of Lc Progress Lodge, at 7 :3o
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Kiflcs, at
Meeting of the Debating Society
in the Knights of Pythias hall, Fott
street, at 7:!i0 o'clock.
Now is your tinio to get cheap lion
Tanks at tho Union Kood Co.
A f mulshed
fiont loom with all
ndvoitised for lent.
Yrxu your stock with N. Z. oats, to
be bad cheap at tlio Union Feed Co.
Thu Mystic Lodgo No. 2, K. of P.,
lmvo decided to adopt the unifoim
At a meeting of tlio Myrtle Boat
Club hold lust night, a new constitu
tion was adopted.
Tun bark Thos. Hell has finished
co.iling the Kutsinii man-of-war, and
is docked at the foot of Fort stiect.
An cleetiic light is- being placed on
the top of a fortj-foot polo over the
shed on tho seawatd end of tho 0. S.
S. Co.'s whaif.
Tin: attention of hacknicn is called
to tho advertisement in another col
umn of the Union Feed Co., lclativo
to N. Z. oat.
To-Jioimow oening tho Hawaiian
Band will scicnado Mr. Ballaquot,
French Consul, at tho lesidoncc of
Dr. McGiow, Hotel street.
The Uoyal Hawaiian Band ivill
give a concert," complimentary to
the naval forces in port, at tho Ha
waiian Hotel this evening at 7:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
O vci tin e Amci iea Gauss
AValtz My Queen Cooto
Selection Life for the Czar Glinka
Laucci s Tlio Mikado Sullivan
Magnolia, Alna llau me KokoliI
Kominicenccs of all Nations.. Godfrey
Kclio If a Ilea alliku Berger
Two Matches SeUIls
Star Spangled Banner, God Save the
Queen. Kaplan Anthem, Japanese
Hymn, Hawaii Ponol.
Bargains in Embroideries,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
MEETIHG OF THE H. S. C.
A business meeting of tho Hono
lulu Social Club was held last e cu
ing. Thirty-seven moinbeis wcto
nrcsont. Mr. J. II. Heist was'in
tlio President's chair. After tlio
regular routine of business, reading
the minutes of the previous meeting
etc., had gone through with thu
names of $ I candidates for member
ship were read and balloted upon.
It required but 10 mot o persons to
make the allowed number of mem
bers and It was agreed that the 10
out of the ', 1 applicants, who got
the greatest number of votes, would
be dcclaied members of the club.
The following pcisons weic elect
ed: C.J. McCaithy, G. Lucas, T.
Llshman, W. L. Cottcrcll, A. Hob
citson, K. Dowsctt, F. Lucas, 12.
Mclnerny, P. Lowell, A. ltow.it,
F. Geitz, A. Guild, Geo. Smithies,
II. Frascr, D. Ilaulcy, and J. Young.
Tho following persons wore appoint
ed a committee of arrangements for
the next monthly dance of tho club
to be given on Iho evening of tlio
(it sL Monday of June: .T.J Cough
lin, D. W. 'itoach, J. J. Kgan, U.
G. Wilson, and C. Kaiser. To
wards tho cud of the meeting Mr.
..T II. Iteist resigned the Presidency
New Shades in Dress Goods,
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
Coucliliii was elected in his
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
BCFORi: l'KKSTOK, J.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
iiy i.. .t. i.r.vr.y.
A special sale without reset vc of
a large and well selected stock of
dry goods, commencing at 10 a. m.,
at his sales room.
Tin: Post Oflice despatched by tho
Alameda on May fitlt, G,N. letters
and 1,225 papers; by tho Austialia
-,' n,. ' I OUA I..U I 1 (HO
on iviay out, 4,zzv luwuia uuu x,.o
Mit. Jas. Williams has succeeded
in taking an excellent photograph of
Toby Rosenthal's "Dancing Lesson
of Our Grand-niotlieis," on view at
The ruins of a Chinese express
carriage that capsized into the creek
near tho Chincso Theater, ycbteulay
afternoon, was piled up on the side
of tho road, this morning.
Jolly Jack Leo of C. D. Bryant
reports that C.iptain Pctiiman has
taken a position in S.tn Fiancisco as
Port Captain, and that Captain Pen
hallow of the baik Hope, has uikcn
charge of tho Planter.
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The Union Feed Company have
just received a choice lot of New
Zealand oats of tho crop qf 1888,
which they in cofloiing at very low
l.itcs, also u consignment of lion
Water Tanks fiom Auckland.
A woman doctor, to attend the
sick of her own sex, chimes in with
"tho fitness of things." But it is
too much to expect any woman to
bo equal to the multifarious and
arduous duties lequircd of a Gov
ernment plrysieian in a country dis
trict, and therefore it seems too
much to expect that any such ap
pointment should be satisfactory to
any such district.
Thuusday, May 10th.
In ro estate of S. Napahukapu,
Confirmation of sale of real es
tate. Order of confirmation of sale
of real estate at Puulcna, Manoa
Valley, is presented and subscribed
to by the Court.
J. M. Monsairat administrator, in
Manoua (w) et. al. vs. J. II.
Mahoe, bill to decline a trust.
Return day. Plaintiffs agree to
amend bill, and Monday 2Sth in3t,
appointed for heating.
J. M. Poepoc for plaintiffs ; W. O.
Smith for defendant.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
HOW WASHINGTON DIED.
Thirty men of the late Medical
Congress met in a social way after
the tegular business of the day, In
the parlor of a guest at one of tho
hotels. These delegates weic elderly
medical men of tho so-called old
school of doctors, but representing
progressive minds of the allopathic
branch of tho medical profession ;
some of them had been professors
in medical colleges man' years ago.
These old friond9 in a convorsational
way compared notes relative to the
radical chanties which have taken
place in the methods of treatment of
diseases, the large and frequent
doses of calomel and other powerful
remedies administered to the pa
tients in the practice of forty or
fifty years ago, compared with tlio
almost infinitesimal doses now pre
scribed and tho now total abandon
ment of some remedies and modes
of ti cat incnt which were in general
The old-time doctor, and even the
physician of but recent dale, form
erly carried in his coat pocket a
formidable lance, the sight of which
frightened his nervous patient.
With that instrument he proceeded,
by way of preliminary preparation
for a "course of medicine," to open
a largo vein in the sick person's arm
and therefrom draw a pint to a
quatt of blood. Then follow the
inevitable prescription of fifteen or
twenty grains of calomel accom
panied by a bottle of castor oil and
the patient would be "lata up"
therefore for some days, engaged in
lccovcrinc from his heroic medical
ttcatment. Now phlebotomy, or
blood-letting, has been almost wholly
abandoned. Calomel when pre
scribed at all is given in half-grain
doses at tntetvals of tlnec to four
hoiits, and so on to the end of the
list of old-popular remedies.
One of the physicians present,
pursuing this theme, astonished his
hearers by asserting that the "Fa
ther of Ilis Country," General
George Washington, did not die a
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
adopted by the eminent physician,
Doctor Sangiado, who had n large
practice in Spain over two hundred
years ago, which practice, as im
parted by the lenowncd Sangiado
to his apt student, Gil Bias, con
sisted in copious bleeding and keep
ing the patient's body filled with
hot water." X. Y. World.
HOW THEY BECAN LIFE.
Daniel Webster held tho plow and
swung the scythe on bis father's
Asa Packer's giandfathcr was a
tanner, and Asa sought employment
in the same business.
Horace Grecly arrives in New York
witlt his worldly possessions in a
handkerchief, carried on a stick over
Henry Clay, "Tho Mill boy of the
Slashes," tode on a saqk of oats to
the mill and returned with a bag of
meal to feed the family.
Geoige Law's father was an Irish
man, and owned a small farm.
AVhcn under eight ycats of ago
George drove the cows to pasture
and brought them home.
James Gordon Bennett, in Boston,
was possessed of a Yankee shilling,
which he picked up in the Common,
and that was the sole capital with
which he commenced the wot Id in
his adopted country.
Potter Palmer, the Chicago mil
lionaire, was a clerk in a country
stoic in Pennsylvania, at a salary of
810 a month, before ho migrated
West to tho Lake City in 1837.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Special Notice to the
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torch on Laees will be
sold at an Immense Kcduction. Ladies are
invited to call and learn our prices.
Received by last .steamer a largo assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Flouncing
which we oiler at Bed Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas 01oth3 in Cream and
White, at 12 -2 cents.
The Cubtom House ofliceis took
20 gallons of liquors, pott, shoiry
and whiskey, fiom tho cabin, pantiy
and other places on tho CD. Bryant,
this iiiorning, and placed them in
bond in tho Custom llotibo.
The City of Pekin is hourly ex
pected from Japan and China, and
as she will probably have a number
of saloon passengers, it is to be
hoped that no unnecessary quaran
tine legttlation will bo enforced, to
prevent their coming ashore, to sec
our Island attractions, and having
an opportunity to put a little tourist
money in circulation.
A SEA-SIDE RESORT.
The Hawaiian Hotel Co. have
leased the sea-side premises of Mrs.
Allen Herbert at the Park, for the
especial accommodation, (for picnic
and bathing purposes) of the Hotel's
foieign or tourists guests, and under
a special airangement guests will
have the privilege of living at the
sea-side, or at the Hotel. We think
this an admirable idea, and congra
tulate the manager on his enteipiise
and in making life attractive for
tourists visiting our islands.
TiiunsiiAY, May 10th.
Young IlatiK and Alt Sin, bavin
opium in possession. Fined (?50
each and sentenced to imprisonment
at hard labor for !50 days i espec
tively. Appe.il noted in both cases.
Miss Francisco Dias was being
ttied this aftci noon on a chat go of
exposing liquors for sale.
A COUGH REMEDf.
ONLY TWENY-riVfc CENTS V1ZK 1'OUKD.
every style, can be
Wot & Co.'s.
found ai G.
PLOTHES HAMPERS, lUkcis
J ami beautiful Bustle lluuarungid
foi Flower Vases, may bo seen at G.
Wc3t& Co.'s. t'Slw
JL 'Iho best paper
5 per annum.
to beud .ibroail
Iiritated tluoats and annoying
coughs aic quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Stc.im Candy
Factory of F. Ho-n. Plenty of testi
In another column appears an an
uniinnnmont of an evening auction
Silo by CI. W. Macfailano it Co., of
new goods just to hand per baik
Thomas Boll. Tho goods will bo
ready for inspection on Satin day
Yestkhiuy afternoon tho six-year
old daughter of Mr. W. C. Bowo fell
oirono of tho cats of Borotania street
railroad and was run over. Tho
child's back was bovcicly injuted and
her head was badly cut. Dr. Mc
Giow, who attended tho child and
eiWf.imil tho wound in her bead, had
very giavc foam of her condition.
Tub Bulletin devil amused him
self this noon by (hawing a cartoon
of tho llilo Government Physician
looking tluough tho window at tho
rain outside, and wondoiing when it
would clear up, so cho could put on
her now spiing bonnet and attend to
a patient who bad hont for her thieo
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 hold
an adjourned meeting at tho hall of
tho Company last evening; foiman
0. J, McCaithy, piesiding. Tho
principal busincbb tiansaclod was tho
nomination of Engineers to mil tlio
Juno election. Tho filial lcsult of
tho ballot was: for Chiof Engineer,
C. B. Wilson ; for 1st Assistant, I' .
lltibtaco; for 2nd Assistant, Jas. F.
Tiiu neatcbt looking lico or sugar
bag for family UbO, aio bomo 50 and
100-pound bags, wo b.iw on exhibi
tion to-day at G. W. Mncfarlano &
Co.'s oflU'O, Tho bags aio of linen
appearance, with attractivo stripes
in dilleicnt colors, and as no tin ft'
can comu oil' of them, they soein es
pecially suited to housekeepers, who
desire a nico clean bag of lico or
sugar in their pantiles.
EVENING AUCTION SALE.
Messrs G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
announce another Evening Auction
Sale of fancy goods for next Satur
day evening at their sales rooms up
stairs, on which occasion will be
offered for Bale a new line of
French and London goods, just re
ceived per bar Thomas Bell. The
goods comprise latest designs in
parlor furnituie, travelling rugs,
new designs in bric-a-brac, fancy
tea-sets, ladies' and gents' dressing
gowns, bed quilts in silk and satin,
all satin pillows, fancy glass ware,
ladies' hats and caps, dry goods,
carpets and rugs, and a choice se
lection of ladies' fans ; also a fow
pieces of tlio choicest Dresden ware.
The salo will commenco at 7:80
o'clock, and Mr. L. J, Levey will
olllciato as auctioneer. Tho goods
will bo ready for exhibition on
Saturday morning. J)t
WHAT'S 111 A NAME?
The following anecdote is related
by Lord Eldon : During the debates
on the India Bill, at which period
Mr. John Uobiiibon was Secretary
of the Treasury, Sheridan one even
ing, when Fox's majoiities were de
creasing, said: "Mr. Speaker, this
is not at all to be wondeied at, when
a member is employed to corrupt
everybody in Older to obtain votes."
Upon this there was a great outcry
in every pat t of the house. "Who
is it? Name him! name him!"
"Sir," said Sheridan to the Speaker,
"I shall not name the person. It
is an unpleasant and invidious
thing to do so ; and therefore I shall
not name him. But don't suppose,
that I abstain because tltcie is any
dilllculty in naming hint ; I could
do that, sir, as soon as you could
say Jack Kobinson."
TEST OF A COOD THERMOMETER.
In order to ascertain whether a
thermometer is con ect or not, it is
first plunged into melting ice, and
then into boiling water; tho level of
tho moi cii rv should indicate upon
the bcule exactly U2-, and 212' F.
When inveited, the mercury should
fall with a sudden click, and fill tho
tube, thus bhowing the perfect ex
clusion of air. Christian Weekly.
When Mungo Paik asked tho
Arabs what becamo of tho sun at
night, and whether the sun was al
ways the same, or a new ono made
every day, they haughtily said such
questions wcro childish and entirely
boyond tho power of any man to investigate,
HOW ROYALTY TRAVELS.
The carriages which are used by
Queen Victoria when traveling long
distances arc comfoi table enough to
satisfy the most exacting passenger,
and the imperial train of the late
Emperor Napoleon used to bo con
sidered a miracle of luxury; but
the latter was not good enough for
the late C.ar, who purchased it, and
it was improved and altored and re
furnished out of recognition before
it was pronounced lit for use in
Russia. The English saloons sink
into utter contempt when compared
with it. Tins train is always used
by tlio Emperor and Empress for
long journoyH' llicto aio sixteen
carnages, of which the Hist is a
kitchen, and then come ono for po
lice agents, one for the militaiy
suite, three for memboiB of the house
hold, and two for the Impel ial fam
ily ; each Grand Duke having an en
tirely beparato compartment, which
can be fitted for either day or night
use. The caniago of tho Emptess
has a spacious sleeping-conipsut-ment,
with a hammock bed, furni
ture of ebony, and utensils of silver,
and an immense looking-glass.
There is a bath-room, completely
lilted, and a compaitmcnt lor tlio
lady-in-waiting. The Empctor's
sleeping-room contains a w i King
table, n sofa ami easy-chairs, it is
fitted with olive-jrrecn leather, and
nlso contains a bed, dressing-table
and bath, Then comes a sitting
room, lilted very simply; and lastly
the dining-room, which is furnished
with carved oak, and merely con
tains tables, chain, and a sideboard.
There is communication thioiighoul
tho train from ono end to tho other.
natural death, but was killed by his
doctors. Here several voices simul
taneously exclaimed :
"That's a libel! Where is j'our
evidence?" Thereupon the sup
posed libeler produced from a
Georgetown, D. C, newspaper,
printed in 1709, an account of the
illness, death and burial of George
Washington, together with the cer
tificate of the physicians, Drs. Craik
and Dick, who treated the illustrious
patient in his last illness. The cer-
..flrtntr. rtf llincn ,l,'Qir.lnT,u ll,n
resided about fifteen miles from I
Georgetown, showed that General
Washington, having been exposed
to rain on Friday, December 13th,
in the night of that day was attack
ed with chills, accompanied with
pain in tho upper and fore part of
the throat, coughing, a diflicult
rather than painful swallowing, suc
ceeded by fever and quick and
"General Washington," says the
account, "regarding the attack as
only a severe cold, would not send
for a physician, but called in one of
Ins servants, a bleeder, bo-callcd,
who look from the sick man's arm
nearly a pint of blood, which was a
goodly portion of the vigorous,
healthy life of the patient. The
patient was about in that condition
until the arrival of bis physicians at
10 o'clock the next morning (Satur
day), when the doctors proceeded
to repeat tho bleeder's operation,
and twice within about four hours
took other two pints or quarts of
blood. In the interim were employ
ed two copious bleedings, a blister
was applied to the part affected,
two moderate doses of calomel wero
given, succeeded by repeated doses
of tartar emetic, amounting to five
or six grains, witlt no other effect
than a copious discharge from the
"This was treatment of the
heroic kind," interjected the alleged
libeler, "which was enough to kill
any ordinary well man," and it was
evidently doing the business for the
General, for the learned doctors
"The powers of life seemed now
manifestly yielding to the force of
the disorder. Blisters wero applied
to tlio extremities, together with a
cataplasm of bran anil vinegar to
the throat. Speaking, which was
painful from the beginning, now be
camo impracticable. Respiration
giew more and moro contracted and
imperfect until 11:!I0 o'clock on
Saturday night, when, retaining
possession of his intellect, he ex
pired without a struggle."
"No wonder!" rematked the al-.
leged libeler. "How could ho
struggle after losing about all tho
blood in his body, with huge blisters
aiding in the depletion of vital
strength and his siomacii crammcu
with calomel and taitar emetic so
that there was no loom for food or
fluids, which ho should havo.had to
keep up tho system? Poor man,
how ho must have suffeied! And
ho couldn't make them stop their
torture, although he seems to have
tried to do bo. But the medical
men certify . that after repeated
efforts to bu understood, ho succeed
ed In expressing a desire to bo per
mitted to die without interruption.
There, my brother doctors, aro you
not convinced? Wasn't that a
clp.tr case of malpractice?"
"No, sir," humorously tcspond
cd a brother doctor. "That was in
accordance with tho treatment
Opposite Irwin & Co.
MTY CARRIAGE COMPANY.
V This Company is again icori;a
ni.ed and prepared to nucommoilntc tlio
traveling public to any pirt of tlio cit)
and f-ubuibs. Good carriages and atten
tive diivors.. Stand: Mcichnnt ami Fort
streets. Kins; up Telephone Mutual
457 and Bell ll!). .')1 lw
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2d columns, purely local mntur
Mailed I j foreigu countries, $5 per
IF YOU rcilly want joni money's
worth of tho Ihiest IIoincMudo
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ice Cicams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factoiy, Bakery and Ice Cream
Pallors, established 1S0J, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. F. Iloux, Piactical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna.
mentor. P. S. The only place where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 1G if
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
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X Island subscription, SI pel
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
rpHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X Goes to every hamlet ami ullage
in thu Hawaiian Kingdom.
BRANDS OF CALI
Poit. Madeira and Mahuxa,
for saiu in kegs anu cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advertifio it in the Daii.y 11ui.li.tiv.
HE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tim
Daily Mulletin SO els per month
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing will bo gratefully rcceiv.
ed for the tiso of tho inmates of iho
Hranch Hospital for Lepers at Knkiiako,
or at tho Leper Scttlmcnt on Molokal,
ifleftwlth J T. Watcrhotiso, jr., nt thu
Queen Street Store. Utf tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN has tho
X luruest circulation of any paper
Are receiving- by every incoming- steamer from S.tn
lew Hoods !
printed in this
Kingdom. CO cents per
MISS. P. TniELB,
On Beretania street near Pliltol.
(Formerly McGuire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Muaic L03101H given.
A safe conveyance will call for and ic-
turn children living at a dlbtniiuc.
72 Muliinl Telepliono No. 001. fSini
Reading Room Association.
Furniture, Chairs, Pianos, Gintars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
Cor. Motel & AlaUcu NtrcctH.
Open evciy Day and Kvcnhig.
Tho Library consists at tlio pichcnt
tlnio of over l'lvo Thoutand Volumes.
Tho HrailiiiK Itoont in supplied with
about llfly of tho le.ulin,' nowcpapeiH
A Tailor Is piovldcd for conversation
Teinis of membership, llfly cents a
Jionth, payable nnailuily In advance.
No founallty requited In joining ecpt
binning uto ron.
CJirangeiS IlOlll lOlClgll cmmiiramiu
visitor f 1 oin thu other islands tins welcome-to
tho rooms at all tluu's as guests.
This Association ImvliiR no leguhtr
means of simptnt except tho dues of
members, It i ejected that icshlonts
of Honolulu who deslio to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feel
an Intel est In maintaining an Institution
of this Mud, will put down their names
aiuVbcooino tegular contilhutois.
A..T. CAimVIUOUT, 1'ies.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vleo-1'ii'Bldent,
11. A. lAHMKM:i:, Smotury,
A. L.. SMITH, Tieastuur,
Chairman Hall aud Library Committee
0 . ''iim
Fancy Goods ! M
PICTURE SULDIIftIG: M
Sold on tho Installment. Plan. mn
0 ' ' 11
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES 1
Always on Hand and Made to' Order. jm
Canary BsBds9 Canary Birds, B
(Warranted Singers.) . -ySB
FOR SALE AT W
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street, 'M
mli 87 !ECOjOJL.TJ"JL.TJ. ly 1M
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