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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., I JANUARY 10, 1880.
HONOLULU CARniAGE CO.
. Jlack standi Merchant nnd Fori
street. Telephones, 335.
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THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1889.
S B Australia from San Francisco
Bgtno .1 1) SpreckeU for San Francisco
Stmr Koala for alanac and Walalua
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr C It Iilshop for a Circuit of Oahu
From San Francisco, per steamship
Australia, Jan 0 Mrs folcr, Mls3 Tc
liilta, II l.oe, Aur llcrrino, Q X Wil
cox, A S Wilcox, .Miss A Norton, Mis J
II Cliayimin, -I B Hopkins ami wife, It
W Purvis I. S Iironoii and wife, Mrs
Bennett, Ml3 V Cast'e,DrG Ilurdell,
"WV Smith, G 11 Aug1 do and servant,
F Kcntltcld, Chris Dunbar, Judge U A
Wldomiiiiu. and 1 steerage.
From ICoolau and YValahia per stair C
K Bishop, .Ian 0 Major .1 J) Holt, S
K idol It and wife, 0 Hawaiians, 2 lepers,
and 34 deck.
From Wniiduii and Walanac per stmr
Kaala, Jnn 8 l)r Martin, J Defiles, J
L Torburt, and 15 deck.
For Kilauen and Hanalel per stmr
Walaloalc, Jnn !) Hon J I Dowsctt, jr,
Major II F Beilelmau and I", deck.
ior Kauai, iter stmr Mikaliala, Jan !l
S W Wilcox and wife, Fred Lvrann
and bride. Miss II Lyman, Mrs W 11
Rice and 2 children, Miss Mossman. Mr
Uurlowitz, Mrs O II Illsliop, "W S Lokni
and 40 deck.
AUltlVALS AT SAN FHAKCISCO :
Dee 19 Ship J C Pllui;er, M days
from Honolulu; bktne S G Wilder, 154
days from Honolulu; brig Consuelo, 20
days from Honolulu.
Deo 22 S S Zealandla, iy days from
Dec 24 brig W G Irwin, 18 days from
Dec 25 S S Australia, 7 days 5 hours
Dec 29 bktuc Planter 18 days from
Dee 110 S S San Mateo, 10 days fiom
Deo lfi S S Mariposa and brig J D
Spreckels, for Honolulu.
Dec 17 bark Forest Queen for Hono
lulu. Dec 21 schr Bosario for Kahuliii.
Dec HO sclir FrcdE Sanders forllilo.
Dec III brig W G Irwin for Hono
lulu. ruo.TKCTi:i) ir.iAitTuiii:s :
For Honolulu: S S Zcalandia, Jan 12,
bktne Jlarr Winkehnan, bktne S G Wil
der. For Kahului, brig Consuelo.
Dec 17 ship Daniel Barnes and bark
Amy Turner, from Honolulu.
Dec 23 German ship Paul Iscuberg
Dec in bktne Mary Winkeliiiau for
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
hy i j. r.BVKY.
At 10 o'clock a. in. the whole of
W. S. Luce's household furniture.
Attention is called to this sale of
first class furniture. To those re
furnishing it is a rare chance.
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Moonlight concert at Thomas
Square at 7:30.
Prayer meeting at the vestry of
Central Union church at 7:30.
Debating .Society at usual timo
Honolulu Commandery No. 1,
Knights Templar at 7:30.
The following query has reached
the Bulletin olllce: "Why is the
Superintendent of the Molokai
Leper Settlement, recently appoint
ed by the Hoard of Health, walking
around the streets of Honolulu, and
the people at the settlement loft
without anyone to apply to for any
thing they may need?
A SITE DECIDED UPON.
Last evening, a business meeting
of the members and congregation of
Central Union Church was held in
tho vestry. The report of the com
mittee which recommended building
on the corner of Richard and Berc
tania streets, was almost unani
mously adopted, there being only
threo dissenting votes.
THE BALL PLAYERS ill THE
The American teams of baseball
players ore being lionized by tho
Australians. Nothing is too rich for
them. Tho newspapers givo long
accounts of tho games played which
bo for I) two been well contested. On
December 16th, Lord Carrington,
Governor of New South Wales, en
tertained tho teams at a public
The Hawaiian Band will givo a
public conceit this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
MurcuTlio Brigade Dace
OvertureCaliph of Bagdad, .Boleldleu
Chorus Ilieiizt Wagner
Reminiscences of Roziunl Godfrey
Hone ue uei. Hole Waiiuca. Alica Oe,
lieiiiinlscencos of Weber Godfrey
Waltz Morgeublaiter Strauss
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fnr.sii frozen oysters at Nolto.
Thanks Mr. Howolt and Mr. II.
for lato papers.
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A i.Ai:mi niiiil ennio by tho Austra
lia for Iho Post OIllcc.
Tin: Australia sails next Tuesday
at noon for San Francisco.
TnNDiniH arc called for an iron
inatket building for Honolulu.
Tin: Hawaiian News Company has
our thanks for a file of lato papers.
Look out for tho Alameda to
morrow evening from the Colonies.
Tin: U. S. S. Dolphin sailed from
Panama, December HHh for Hono
lulu. Tin: British warships Swiftstiie
nnd Carolino left Acapulco, Decem
ber 17th, for Panamn.
An inquest on tho recent incen
diary fire on Nuunnu street is being
held to-day before the following jurv:
E. It. Hendry, T. E. Wall and II.
Foil the benefit of persons de.siious
of attending the band concerts at
Thomas Square, two extra ears have
been put on as will bo seen from the
Tin: subject at tho prayer meeting
at vestry of Central Union Church
this evening is "Christ becking us,"
a service for tho young led by the
Rev. Dr. Beckwith.
The jury in the case of Police
Officer Waialeale, charged with man
slaughter in tho second degree,
brought, in a unanimous verdict of
not guilty, at 11 too o'clock lost even
Doctor Lozier's Cherry Cordial,
advcitiucd for sale by llollistcrifc Co.,
lias been reported to this ollice, by a
lady who has used it in her family,
as tho bebt thing sbo has found to
give relief in whooping cough.
Mn. C. J, Fishol lias received by
the Australia the very latest styles
of ladies and misses white untrim
med hats. Call and see them. His
.ilver gift sale ends this week, so be
.-urc and get your present.
THE SUCAR MARKET.
Williams, Dhnond & Co.'s circu
lar says : Our latest telegraphic ad
vices from New York of December
31st, quote value of Cuba centrifu
gals, 90 test at 5 3-10 cents. Euro
pean and foreign market steady.
Licht reduces estimate present beet
crop 17,000 tons. Other crop esti
London, Dec. 29th. Beets 88 test
Hon. II. A. Widemann returned
on the Australia from a flying trip
to the Coast, looking exceeding well.
Mons. Georges Bosseront d'Ang
Iadc, the new French Commissioner
arrived on the Australia.
Mr. II. Lose returned from a visit
to the East in improved health. He
was kind enough to remember the
Bulletin with a file of late Eastern
Messrs. G. N. and A. S. Wilcox
returned on the Australia.
Capt. J. D. Graham, of the U.
S. S. Alert, has been ordered home.
He will be relieved by Commander
James G. Green.
Sir William Pearce, a member of
the firm of Elder & Co., who built
the steamships Australia and Zea
landia, died at Glasgow, December
Mies Carrie I). Castle returned on
thcAustrnlia,, after several years ab
sence in Europe.
A, W. Carter has been appointed
Second Deputy Clerk of tho Su
Mr. Lo Cheung, tho Chinese In
terpreter, returned to Honolulu on
TO SAN FRANCISCO BY THE AUS
TRALIA. We arrived in San Francisco on
Dec. 25th, at 7:1C p. in. after a
pleasant passage. Tho' wo expe
rienced head wind and sea nearly
the whole distance, wo had lino
weather with light and clear sky un
til within about twelve hours from
San Francisco, when tho weather be
came thick and foggy. Nearly all
on board were anxious to reach
terra flrma, especially among the
lady passengers, but I cannot s ay I
was, for 1 enjoyed the trip im
mensely, aud feel much improved
in health, to say nothing of the
pounds in weight I have gained,
Tho' our passenger list was small,
they were a pleasant ami social lot,
among them wcreCaptains.Colonels,
Majors,Judge8,and other titled men.
"Crib" was the most popular gume,
aud had the number of games play
ed been kept, they would have foot
ed up to large figures, and it is
ncedlesB to say that Judge Wlde
iiiaiiu came out n long way on top,
though he was willing to confess
that one lady passenger was a pretty
good match for him.
Dec. 2-1 th was ushered in by tho
booming of a gun and the display of
the Hawaiian Hag at tho masthead.
This was in recognition of the natal
day of Judge Widemann, whose
health was drunk with many good
Though we were deprived of our
Christmas dinner on shore, wo had
one on board that perhaps could not
be excelled on shore. The cabin
was most artistically decorated with
nmilo (which was as fregh and
green as if just picked from tho
mountains) and Hawaiian and Ame
rican Hags, while litt'.o cupids and
other innocent figures nnd devices
were hanging from tho decorations,
tho fancy colored-glass nnd silver
ware, tho brilliancy and novelty of
101 colored Christmas candles, and
tho glittcing surroundings of the
cabin made tho scene u fairy one
ono that pcilmps, was not equalled
by any other vessel alloat. The
dinner was a splendid ono, nnd was
gotten up in the most artistic man
ner, while the dessert especially
the cakes which were highly orna
mented and two feet high with do
coralions and deiccs, was a sight
that surprised everybody, consider
ing wo were at sea. During the
dinner, Lieut. Denig announced
that Santa Claus had arrived with
tho following enrol, which he read :
Come passengers all, listen to the wall
Of an Improvised poet on the Royal
It Is for patlnio and not to strain yo
Like putting the riddle. "Where Is Ar-
Neither can tt rank with Clnlstuias
For Xmas still lie beyond the Fnrrols,
Born boms ago, in the fur awavKast,
Wc, like the Virgins, are late for tho
Wo are loaded with bags of golden
To line the pockets of old Claus Spreck
els, Of which ourshnro is afew small lump",
To sweeten our cock-tall and cine the
Which we've never had thanks to
Houdtettc and Kell.
Genial fellows ever ready for a "smile"
At the ladles, I mean, for whom they
Tho tendcrcst passion from truck to
keel. , i
The steward has served us special gruel,
Tho chief has done wonders with darn
In spite of the quality the screw does
And when the coal's all gone, why Coie-
man will bum.
At least one would think he'd ignite
To see him ingulf tho Judge's good
Not alone, if you please, for tho Judge
When bis bottle is out, we all become
How oft after dinner all happy and full,
We take our smoke while Lawless tights
Tells how he llauutcd a llamlug red
The Hull was red, too, so Lawless had
Just as the Judge, when he tackles
Soon leaves him pegging slowly to lee
ward, Thus has ho left each one of this party,
To die in the l.T-t hole, while be laughs
While the Captain his best wit is em
ploying, Down come the Judge, with a hand
"Twenty-four, begad!" The Captain's
The Judge is out ere he's turned the
But excue we, this rhyme is already
And we are all full of wine and Christ
This is a da- for ehildieii, not for
So we'll drink their health, both hero
and at home.
And one more health wc drink in cho
rus, To the Cm plain and Ofllcers now before
Thus our passage, like life with kindly
Will end in joy when we've passed the
As it was past six when tho Aus
tralia reached the quarantine Hue,
only the cabin passengers were al
lowed lo go ashore in the tug-boat,
and the first man to assist me
ashore was Harry Agucw, who was
looking well, and made many en
quiries about the. Islands. At the
Hotel I met Clarence Macfarlane,
Ed. Iluttou, Mr. Levey, and our
truant boy Willie Kinney. Of course
all these had many questions to ask
ubout the Islands. Willie talks of
returning early next year to face the
music and if then in the same mind
as when I saw him, it i3 possible
that some floors will get mopped up
by many. Scarcely a corner of tho
street can be turned but what I
meet some Honolulu face, and it
would take a column of tho Bulle
tin to give their names.
In business circles, .Grnenhalgh's
affairs are freely discussed. I met
oue firm who advanced him goods
to the amount of $800 ou a letter of
recommondatlon from a Government
official of Honolulu.
The Custom IIouso authorities
here aro making very minute exam
ination of the Portuguese arriving
here from Hawaii, concerning their
finances, ou account of quiet a num
ber becoming paupers after their
arrival here, ami the determination
is to send them hack to the Islands
when found without means of sup
port. Oue gentleman remarked that
if Hawaii continued to send her pau
pers to America, she will hear from
Uncle Sam in a maimer she will not
appreciate. Should this be carried
out I do not think everyone ou tho
Islands will be surprised, for they
cannot expect to flood other coun
tries with their paupers and bad
characters without some opposition
that may, perhaps, cost Hawaii
dearly, and this hint might be taken
advantage of by those in power.
Tho weather uinco my arrival has
been anything but pleasant. It is
not to say cold, but the rain day
after day is something terrible and
makes everyone look nnd feel miser
able, nnd of course affects business
On tho trip up many funny little
incidents occurred, but there was
oue that 1 thought good, for it seems
strange what curious ideas will get
into children's heads. One evening
about 8 o'c'ock the sea and wind
became very calm, and great
volumes of dense black smoke was
rolling out of the smokestack
heavenward, when a little boy, of I
or o years old, who lmd been in
tently watching the smoke, sud
denly snid: "Pa, docs God want
that black smoke lo make night
Ed. Hutton left here Dec. 30lh
on W. G. Irwin for Honolulu.
It is rumored hero that the
"Queen of tho Pacific" will run lo
Hoiio'ulu, while the Australia is
undergoing repairs. J. G. C.
San Francisco, Dec. 31, 1888.
Late Form lews.
Per S. S. Australia.)
The steamship Australia brings
dates to the 2d of January inclusive.
Following is a summary:
A fire at Marblehead, Mass., Dec.
2.")tli, burned over an area of twelve
acres. Ono thousand workmen
thrown out of employment.
Peter Jackson, the colored pugi
list, heat McAuliffc Dec. 28th, in
General Harrison had nearly two
thousand callers New Year's day.
John A. Mackay,thc acior,has dis
appeared in a mysterious manner.
The immense six-story building
of the Richardson Drug Company,
Fourteenth street, St. Louis, was
reduced to ruins in forty minutes,
January 1st. The loss was S875,
000. The appropriation for the San
Francisco Postolllcc site will be
It has been discovered that the
River and Harbor bill provides for
an extensive junketing trip, which
will piobably be dispensed with.
The Secretary of the Navy has
asked for bids for another armored
Dave O'Leary was knocked out
by Hart, the colored pugilist, at
New York, Dec. 21th.
Lred Gobbardt has been sued for
S21 duo for duties at the New York
The bondsmen of Axworthy,
Cleveland's absconding City Trea
surer, i have secured $100,000 of
the stolen funds.
The whites at Wohalak, Miss., are
determined to kill all the negroes
engaged in the recent light.
Three men were fatally shot in an
affray at Paragould, Ark., Decem
Thomas Burke has been nominat
ed to be Chief Justice of Washing
The bill granting Tacoma the use
of a military reservation for a park
has become law.
Mrs. Setwig. who lives near Ha
lifax, Pa., died from prostration
caused by having thirteen teeth ex
tracted at once.
The recent municipal election in
Boston may be declared void, on ac
count of fraudulent votes cast by
A. D. Schoonmakcr fatally shot
his wife and committed suicide at
New York, Dec. 2-itIi.
The village of llerniansville,
Mich., lias been nearly destroyed by
A dynamite magazine at Mount
Pleasant, O., exploded December
One man was killed and several
others fatally injured at a fire at
Cincinnati, Dec. 22.
J. T. Irving, n veteran criminal,
is accused of robbery at Long Isl
The German Evangelical Alliance
lias incorporated to light the influ
ence of the Roman Catholic Church
D. E. Shook has absconded from
Ilallock, Minn,, with $.1)0,000.
Olivor Ditson, whoso name Is a
household word in America wher
ever music is sung or taught, died
Dec. 21, at his home on East Brook
line street, Boston, aged 77 years.
His death was not entirely unex
pected, as lie hud been ill since fif
teen months ago, when symptoms of
disease of the brain were noticed.
Monsignor Mnchi has been creat
ed a Cardinal.
General Loris Mclikoff, a famous
Russian officer, is dead, aged sixtj
Bismarck's country residence was
burned Dec. 17th. Tho library and
raluablo documents were saved.
Advices from Mozambique say
that the Portuguese have defeated
the Borgas in tho upper Zambezi.
The steamer Jasper Workington,
lor Glasgow, has foundered off tho
Wigton coast. The crew of eleven
Prince Karangeovich is dead. Ho
leaves a fortune to his brother, the
pretender to the Servian throne.
The Russian budget for 1889
shows a surplus increase of 2,000,
Several shocks of earthquake were
felt Dec. 27 in tho enstern and
southern parts of Spain,
The French Senate has adopted
the Budget by a vole of 214 to 110.
John Bright has suffered u re
lapse. The bi-eentcnary of the siege of
Londonderry by tho French forces
under James II of England, was ce
lebrated at Londonderry Dec. 18th,
with much enthusiasm,
Couut Leo Tuuu, formerly a mem
ber of the Austrian Cabinet, is
Monsignor Kirby telegraphs Arch
bishop Walsh from Rome that the
story that tho Pope refused to bless
tho reliquaries sent to him by an
Irish priest is a fabrication.
The Countess Cosla was stabbed
to death in a carriage at Florence,
Dec. 19th, by a captain in tho army,
who then committed suicide by
shooting himself with a revolver.
The Chiltagons Hill tribes have
raided the lowlands nnd killed sev
eral. An expedition consisting of
1200 men has started out (o punish
Tho British Commons Dec. 10th
finished consideration of the votes
for supply and passed the appropri
The second inquiry into the re
cent accident to the Czar's train nt
Horkier results in attributing the
disaster to n criminal conspiracy.
All of the recently discharged roil
way employees will shortly be arrested.
Recently the merchants of Ro
ehclle, 111., met and organized under
tho protective system represented
by "The Merchants Retail Com
mercial Agency of Chicago, 111."
All the merchants present signed
the constitution aud by-laws, pledg
ing their honor as business men to
maintain and sustain each and every
proof thereof for one year. A fine
is provided as a penalty for viola
lion of the clause in such constitu
tion which provides that no member
of the Rochellc Branch of "The
Merchants Retail Commercial
Agency" shall give credit to a per
son who docs not in some honorable
manner adjust his indebtedness witli
another member of "The Merchants
Retail Commercial Agency." No
person shall be reported to the
members of this or any other branch
as not entitled to credit, until such
person has been given a full nnd
fair opportunity to go to the mer
chant he owes and in some way set
tle up his indebtedness. This sys
tem cannot work a hardship on any
person who is disposed to do the
square thing. Any person, no mat
ter how poor, how unfortunate his
circumstances in life if he is honest,
he need have no fear, because ho
can and will make known his circum
stances in such a way as will be
satisfactory to the person he owes.
No merchant will ever crowd a poor
man who is honest; but that class
of persons who do not care for their
promises to pay ; who go from one
store to another, from one town to
another, contracting a debt wher
ever they can get tho chance to open
an account, never stopping to con
sider how they can pay ; never try
ing to pay paying their honest
debts being the last thing they
ever think of it is to such
persons that this system pays atten
tion. It is no hardship to ask men
to be honest in their deals with a
merchant who trusts them. Every
farmer, every mechanic, every per
son in the community in which we
reside who pays his honest debts, as
interested in the success of a system
which seeks to make those who can
pay, and won't pay, pay their honest
debts, because it is those who pay
cash or pay their debts promptly who
furnish the money which enables the
merchant to successfully conduct bis
business and carry ou the books
that class of people styled slow pay
ers and "dead beats." Every dol
lar lost by the merchant by reason
of bad debts is indirectly loaded on
to the shoulders of those who do
pay, and any system that forces
payment by slow payers and "dead
beats," or compels them lo pay
spot cash or secure for everything
they purchase, unloads the percent
age from off the shoulders of the
honest paying classes. The do
nothing, pay-nothing clas3 arc what
this Agency is after. The mer
chants have no law for their protec
tion'; they must be a law unto them
selves by combination for the pro
tection of each other. They owe it
not only to themselves, but to their
casli paying, prompt paying cus
tomers, to combino together and
drive to settlement or uish that class
of persons which infest every com
munity, who donothiiig,live well and
contiibute nothing. This system is
being adopted by all the leading
merchants throughout the west. It
deals honorably with both debtor
aud creditor and should have the
support, not only of merchants, but,
Pay up. Settle up or pay cash is
tho motto of this branch and of the
Agency. Rochellu Paper, III,
Xotleeiumlerll.il html are charged JO eentt
per line for Ikejtnt ituetllon, und 6 ceidijicr line
every additional imertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Iti-iir of LurnV Mill.
SUPltKME COUUT OF THE
Hawaiian Inlands. In the mutter
of A. M. HKWJCTT, of Honolulu, Oahu,
a voluntary bankrupt.
Creditors of the raid bankrupt are
hereby notified to coino hi and piovo
their debts before euch Justice of the
Supreme Court as ahull be ttlttlug in
Chambers at Alliolnnl Hale, Honolulu,
mi MONDAY, the 14th day of Juiiuury,
1881. between Ihe hours of 10 o'clock in
tho forenoon and noon of the said day,
and elect ono er more assignees of the
said bankrupt's estate.
By tho Court.
Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1880. Ill St
rPHEDAILY BULLETIN Is a live
X eTtalng paper. CO cents per month,
WW Mr. Ehrlicli begs to inform his num
erous patrons iiud the public in general that
the "Temple of Fashion" is moving to the
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, and will
be in order for business on Saturday morn
ing, December 29, 1888.
-EkS THE "3SB-
EGKA.W Sc CXyjMHPJLJXr.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
l n n n ri
Fancy (roods SuitaMe for ttie May Season
Satin Tsiblo Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
l.itpu Cui'luliiH, HUuupod TlUlos, Hhoo Uiikh. 33to.
Foil Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Poa-Pons, Etc
We call particular attention to our fino selection iu
llflslOHiG Cloli for Geiis, YoiHb & CHUm!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Stylo If you want something very lino hi
Mrs' ft Missus' flnnts Minns ft SIihhrpse ft Bunts' Oaif ots
Call ou us heforo
gnS ST-A-MUVCa- IOIV3E -si
tSTMrs. E. C. Eowo's beautiful work
o Hardware Co., L'd,
tar BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices Uiiiu ever hefore. New Intoico of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS k GEN'L MERCHANDISE.
Novoltien iiuO Fanoy Goodii, In Lare Vnrlety.
JUST TO HAND
A SMALL INVOICE OF
English Ginger Ale.
FOK HA1-K AT
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S,
gtn (W Biiturilav afternoon last, a
VJbu yJ fctaull Silver Watch (with
ciui'S tho loMi'rn "A. M, O." cugravcil
on buck of cu-i), having u small Rllvcr
Clinin and Uimiu iiltucliud, Fiudcr
will he rewarded ou returniug bmuc to
this olUcc, HI 8t
OODS-a B35-NEW GOODS
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
in Point Laces on exhibition here
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ATOUNG Gcrtimu Girl wiihej a
iltuutloii to do general homework.
Good refcicMcc If required. Applst
. fl'l, corner of Merchunt and Alak
streets. 141 tf
Miss S. R. Patck,
Kawaiahao Female Seminary.
It prepared to receive pupils.
Kcfeii, by permUslon lo leading pro.
fessors or music iu California, and to
Srevlous experience lu teuchlug Iu that
lute. Address ss above. '140 2w
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