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DALLY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, 11. L, NOVEMBER 2), 1880.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20, 1P89.
v on ARRIVALS.
Nov 20 ,
Stmr C3 Jt'ltlsliop ft om IConhut
,Sehr l.iivlnln fiom Kwu
Stmr Wtdmnmdn for Walnltia and Wni-
iiu ie ut 'J :i in
Sclir Kiiunlhiiii for Koolmi
Stmr ICiinlH for ICiiiml
Sehr'Lwlnla for Lwa
I J S S lunniols for Samoa nt 7 n in
Fiom Maul andHawall ner stmr V
G Hall, NoV 10 C I? Bishop, N Gcdgc,
Dr Schultz, Mr 31ns Sehleunner and
wife. Mrs It l? (enter and child, Jlrs.T
McCarthy, Mrs N Kills, A 1 Peter.-, mi,
O A IIeen,.r Cooiper.MlsR L Stevenson,
MissUouike, I) M Crowley and wife,
and 00 deck.
For Maul perstinr Llkellko Nov lit
lien II P Haldwtn, Mls Itatlihuru, iis
V G Ashley and 2 chlldien, Mi's C Tm
heit. David KnhihI,Mrs Ilm-cliiudt, 1") O
Lindsay, C Hoffguaid, i: Bailev, Ma
jnr V Jl Comwcll and 40 duek. '
For Kllanea per stmr Walaleale, Nov
1031 A M utile, Jr, and W A Spronll.
ForKanal per stmr Mlkahala, Nov
111 Miss McGicw. J O Wlllcoek, Mis
Wili-ox, Mis Howell, M G Sllvn, Mis
Sclilcuuncr, E L Kauai and wife, and
The schooner Lnvlnta biotiglit 781
bags riec to-day f I om Kw a.
'1'Iie bark Matilda Is now at anchor In
the. naval low, between the Kplegle
The stmr W 0 Hall bi ought yester
day 11515 bags sugar, 23 head cattle, 1 14
bags coffee, 185 hides, 200 goat skins,
7 horses, and 117 packages sundiic.
The W G Inin will piolubly sail on
Filday for San Francisco.
Thesclioonws Ka Moi and I.uka are
on the Mm Ine Kallwaj',
The Missionary steam packet Morn
ing Star will leturn to the South Seas
sometime next week, and it w III taku
her till next June to complete the ic
mnlning portion of her mission.
THE COLONIZATION SCHEME.
Mr. IHllIncIiaiii Itcurliew tlu onl
After Four Ycnrs' I'urault.
Mr. B. F. Dillingham, promoter
of the Oahu Railway and Land
Company, has after mote than four
years of working, reached an im
portant point in liis land coloniza
tion scheme. He lias made an
agreement with Hon. Jas. Campbell
to get the lease for fifty years of the
Ilonouliuli and Kaluik.it ranch prop
erties, compiising ovcrGO.OOO acres,
at terms, that he considers better
than a purchase.
The lauds will be turned over to
the O. It. & L. Co. for subdivision
and sub-leasing. A permanent en
gineer will be employed for this pur
pose and to plan irrigation works.
Mr. Dillingham is already offered
an annual rental for 500 acres to
put in rice equal to more than half
the aggregate rent of the CO, 000
acrc3 the iirst year. He has also
propositions from projectors of sugar
YACHTING CHALLENGE CUP.
The challenge silver cup for first
class yachts has been received by
the Hawaiian Bowing and Yachting
Association through Messrs. E. O.
Hall & Son. It was manufactured
at the famous works of thc'Gorham
Manufacturing Co. in Providence,
lv. J.., aim is u aupuiu wum ui un.
The cup is in the form of a Japa
nese vase, fifteen inches in height,
of solid silver and old silver finish.
One side of the middle bulge js
beautifully lettered with tlio name
of the Association, while the other
side has a splendidly chased view of
Diamond Head with two yachts run
ning seaward. Bircs and clouds
embellish the upper rim, fishes and
seaweeds the lower. Two sides of
the top are studded with full relief
groups of marine emblems cap
stans, wheels, cables, etc. with the
Hawaiian royal standard on a fataff
over each group. The engraving
and sculpture on the cup are both of
effective art, the Diamond Head and
ea looking very natural. t There
are few yachting prizes' in existence
more handsome than this one. Its cost
. is 8350 and it -is to be a perpetual
challenge cup in tho Ilawaiiau Row
ing & Yachting Association for first
class yachts. The first holders of
the object are Hon. Curtis P. Iau
Icea and Mr. F. M. Hatch, whose
yacht Healani won the flist class
raco on July 4th this year. Mr. W.
M. Giffard, Secretary of tlio Associ
ation, took delivery of the cup this
morning,but left it at Hall's store for
exhibition. It is' now on view in the
fiont window, in its handsome case
of light green plush with satin lin
ing. The Association is to bo con
gratulated on its enterprise in pro
curing such a valuable trophy, that
must prove a powerful stimulus to
Wednesday, Nov. 20th.
Tlio King vs. Ah Hoy. Unlawful
possession of opium October term.
In Banco. The case was tiled at tho
feeptcinhqr term of the Third Judi
cial Circuit at Kau. Motion fpr new
trial denied by. tlio full Court.
Tlie King vs. Wong Hoi Long and
tjio Iving vh. Lee Chong. Unlawful
possession of opium. Cases tried
nt same term ns the abovo one. Mo
lion for now trial denied by tho fil
llKVOltU WCKKUTON, ).
Ill tlio mutter of tlio estate of
CluiuLung, deceased, J, A. Magoon
is appointed administrator under
bonil of 920,000.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
CoiiitKHi-OKDUNrn on fourlli nngi
A Chinaman hung himself in O.iliu
prison on Monday.
Tim l'mndiso of tliu l'aoille i oul.
Copies at tlio bookstores.'
Mh. Bcely Shaw
management of the
lias assumed tlio
IttUi) what No. 10 stoic has to unv
in anotliei column about holiil.iv
A dit:ctAt. inci'ting of Engine Co.
Nu. I will be hold iliis evening fm the
noniiiialion of enginoeis.
niotillily meeting of tlio Y.
T. II. will iio held in the Y. M.
C. A, hull to-morrow nftoi noon, at It
Mn, Henri FniiiH HclionieriiR has
been appointed Hawaiian Consul
(Jcnernl for the kingdom of the
Mn. Faxon Ilislmp relumed yes
terday fiom a vacation spent on Ha
waii in improved health. Tlio sidu
liglits look well.
Tiik members of the Itoyal Ha
waiian band had a picnic to Pearl
harbor to day. They went there on
the 10 o'clock train.
Tim regular monthly meeting of
the W. C. T. U. will bu held at the
Y. M. O. A. parlors, to-moirow nftoi
noon at 2:30 o'clock.
Mn. E. E. Miles who letircs fiom
the management of the Hawaiian
Hotel stables, has a notice to the
public in another column.
The S. S. City of Itio do Janeiro,
which leaves San Francisco Decem
ber Hd for China, will touch at Hono
lulu. Messrs. 11. Haekfeld &. Co. arc
Tiiosn who nie purchasing holiday
gifts should call on Mr, Spioull anil
see his line stock of linen goods
which are particularly suitable for
the coming season.
Two gentlemen accidentally met
in the Union leading loom.lusl even
ing, after a separation of 15) ye.ua,
during which peiiod they had neither
seen nor licaid of each other.
A mjau is to be given by the- citi
zens of Maui at Wailuku skating rink,
on Thursday, November 28th, at 1 p.
in,, to celebrate the anniversary of
the Independence of the Hawaiian
Mkssrs. Walker & Itcdwnrd have
bccnawauled thecontr.iclfoi (ho elec
tion of a new building on the site of
the old Koyal hotel premises, corner
of Nuuanu and Merchant stieets.
Their lender w.is $0,127.
Mn. B. "V. Laine received a letter
by tho last mail fiom Mr. Yates,
formerly of the firm of Yates and
McKenie, Honolulu. Mr. Yates is
now in comniand of the ship Albania
and may touch at this port early next
ycar'otrfiib way from China to San
A niDK on the early train is Aery
refreshing these mornings. The (lain
leaves at 7 :30 and returns at 9 :30. A
gentleman who has taken the trip
two mornings in succession speaks in
enthusiastic terms of tho invigoial
Tickets for the exclusion by tho
Oahu railway, on Saturday next, will
bu issued to children under.,, 12 years
of ago at half pi ice. It may be added
that the regular chaige for children
of the ago indicated, on any train
and any day, is one half that of
BnTWKKN the hours of 1 :I10 and 3
o'clock to-morrow afternoon the pro
posed plans--for the'' new Central
Union Chinch will bo on exhibition
at Messrs.. Bishop fc Co.'s ofliee, over
tho bank! The'aiehitoct, Mr. Bord
wcll, will bo tbeie to ofl'er any ex
planation. Bakdmastek Borger, who is ar
ranging tho music for tho Bay Bros.
performance Thursday evening, is of
the opinion from what ho has already
heard that the entertainment will bo
a voiy goodjone. Tho box plan at Mr.
Levey's oflico is"" filling up. Bo in
time to get a good seat.
' . m .
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
tho Y. M. O. A. will . bo held Thurs
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. 'tOn Fii
day evening theio will bo a social in
the largo hall to which all membcis
and theii friends and tho Y. M, C. A.
boys nro invited. There will be a
liteiary and musical programme.
Tin: Union Peed Company's olllcois
for tho coining year aiu:
President E. 0. Macfarlano
Vico-1'iesidunt., , . .Hon. W. P. Allen
Tieasuror P. W. Macfarlano
Seorotaiy S. P. CJrajiani
Auditor K. G. Scliumau
Directing G.AV. Macfailano, A. ,f.
Caitwiight, F. W. Macfarlano.
A new street is being made be
tweofi Hotel and Borotania streets,
running parallel therewith, and con
necting Nuuanu and Smith streets,
Tho Jfuumm end of tlio new' stieet
is in the vicin$ty of tho building
formerly occupied by Hollistor &"Co.
Tho structures, nil of which nro
wooden, on tlio lino of the new
tlioioughfaro, aro being removed.
Volume (1 of Hawaiian Bepnrts
contaiiiB 183 decisions of Justices of
tho Suprepio Court not appealed from
fiom 1800 to 1889, Of these ciucs
thoro werodeoidt'd by Justice Bobert
sou i, JiiBtico Widemann 1, Justice
liickuitou 1, Justice Dole 2, Justice
Austin (1, JiiHtjco Hartwcll 10, Jubtice
Preston J8, Chief Justice Allen 15,
Chief Jiutico Hunis 10, Justice
McCiilly 20, Ohio! Justice Judd 80,
THE HAMAKUA MURDER.
A Henri liliiff InvoMtli:(UInn-.MiiHit-cIiiiih
Coiicrntritrd on ItcHlilcntH,
Since the ariivnt of the steamer
W. U. Ilnll from 'Hawaii yesterday
the wildest kind of rumors liuvu
been afloat in town with legard to
the nrrret of prominent pcrsoii3 at
Ilonokan, for complicity in the Iinng
Ing of K. Goto, the Japanese store
keeper. Deputy Attorney-General
A. P. Peterson, who went to Wat
mca to attend the Ciicuit term of
Court at thai place, returned on the
W. G. Hall and this morning a
Bm.i.r.TiN representative called upon
htm at his olllce, for the purpose of
obtaining from him the correct par
ticulars of the matter.
Mr. Peterson stated that he heard
of the hanging while at Waimcn,'
and considering it a very important
matter left at once for Ilonokaa.
Ai riving there lie at once commenced
the work of investigation as to who
had committed the foul deed. With
Slieiiff Hitchcock they examined be
tween twenty aud thirty witnesses.
Tlio result of llicir examination was
that a native named Lata and his
sister Kapiko have been placed
dcr an est. Mr. Peterson sent
for Katsuia, the Japanese- lawyer,
he 3pcnt three days among
Japanese in the district making
Mr. Peterson left Hamakua on
Satin day for Kawailiac. On Sunday
while there he received a telephone
message from Sheriff Hitchcock that
there weie no new developments.
Mr. Petorson proceeded from Ka
wailiac in a whale boat to Kailua,
where he boarded the Hall. He left
instructions with the Sheriff to re
main at Ilonokaa and carry on the
woik of investigation.
The Japanese in the Hamakua
district are very much worked up
over the affair. They say they do
not want to take the case into Court,
but will settle it their own way. No
one in the district goes out after
dark, and the whole community there
It is pretty certain thai the police
are on the tiack of the persons who
took part in the dastardly affair and
the aircbt of four foreigners and u
native will eventually be the result
of the thorough investigation being
Mr. W. E. Kowcll, Superinten
dent of Public Works, landed from
the steamer W. G. Hall at Hookena,
Hawaii, on Wednesday last, to in
spect the new wharf at that place,
and to take observations of other
wharf improvements on the Kona
coast. On Saturday he went to Kai
lua to attend to a wharf building im
provement theie. From Kailua he
was to proceed northward, to Ka
wailiac and Wairaea. The trip will,
no doubt, be fruitful of vivid im
pression of the wonderful and unique
quality of Kona roads and will show
how much of the roadmaking, an
nounced by the Gazette some time
ao to be going merrily forward in
Kona, is reality and how much fic
tion. The statement in that paper
that road-making was progressing
in Kona and Kau may have been all
right,? but.the victimsj.of rough and
rugged ways between Hookena and
Kailua can't see it.
Picking coffee is the staple indus
try in. South Kona, Hawaii, at the
present time. Tlio limit of the crop
is only measured by the number of
hands engaged in gathering it. On
the plantation of which Mr. Michado
is manager, women or men can earn
over a dollai a day, but it is impos
sible get enough pickers to handle
the entire crop. Cloudy afternoons
on tho mountain side side make the
'drying process sometimes rather te
dious besides adding to the labor of
getting the been ready for market.
These drawbacks, however, will not
prevent the 3'ear's returns fiom be
ing highly satisfactory to parties
There is a sore-eyes epidemic
among the juvenile population in
Nnpoopoo and vicinity.
C Honolulu BillcH,
Service at St.
dral, at 7,:30. Choir rehearsal, at 8.
Service, at Central Union Chinch,
at 7:30. ' i i ..
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. 'of P., at
Knginc Co. No. 1 , special meet
ing, at 7 :30.
Tho S. S. Austialla sails at noon
sharp Friday, the LTith inst., for Sun
Francisco. Tho mails close at the
Post Olllce as follows:
10 a. in. Registered letters and
11 q. in. Letters aud papers,
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Arthur for assault and battery on
Ah Song was fined to the tune of
$8.20 including costs.
Ah Ut, charged with violating
rule 13 express regulations, was fined
Three drunks had oach to pay 0.
Young Leo for having opium un
lawfully in possesbion was lined 850
with 1 hour's Imprisonment at hard
Miissiih. 'yeniior &, Co., tho jewel
loin, aio oponing out n magnificent
htuok of holiday goods, embracing all
kinds of iuweliy of tho latest de&iun,
mid 6UYerwn.ro, l'arlieulara litter,
J. T. WATERHOUBE.
lias ji st oprticil out n largo assortment
of Guccis suitable foi the
JLloliilJi-y -:- rJLVxa,le
land FiiiM Mill! !
Yes and Ho Bolls !
And Dolls of every other tits
New Games, Footballs,
Aud other kinds of Halls.
Velocipedes, -:- Carts,
IJolT Carriages, Hocking Ilnrses,
inc., i.ic., Jitc, uic.
Toys for the Million
HEW STVI.r.S IN-
Dry & Fancy Goods.
NOW FOR SALE AT
Theo. H. Davies & Co.'s
Suitable for presents;
Dressing Cases, silver mounted;
Hand liags & Valises,
China Dinner Set",
China Tea Sets,
Fancy Mniolicn Ware,
-Japanese W are.
Fancy Screens & lainip",
Etc , Etc., Etc.,
Dolls! Bolls! Bolls!
Etc., lc., Etc., Ltr.
' An Immense Variety.
TOYS, Toys, TOYS.
Tin Toys, Drum j,
3Doll ets, Carts,
Musical Toy, Etc., Etc.
A. Large Assortment.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
Direct fromi Kiphacl Tuck & Son,
and S. flilduBhcimer.
Theo. H. Davies & Go.
StitaUi ftrjpai Gifts
I have jiiRtrcceivcd'frain th4 nnnufac.
Hirers In Ireland u largo nnd aborted
shipment of Irish Linens of all kinds.
Damask Table Clothe,
In new and beautiful patterns with
Napkins to inatnh, from the cheapest
to the best qualities !iiumifacttirel.
In nil stjlo3 and prices guaranteed,
' all handwork.
IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
In all styles and quulities.
Of nil makes nnd patterns, the tlnist
bcluclloii ever imported. AUo,
Doy ley's Toilet Covers, Towels, &c, Sc
1 AIfo, a fuw cry cliolco
CABINET: PHOTO : ALBUMS,
Manufactured hy Marcus Ward &
108 If W. O. HVItOUIX.
rpilI2 proposed plans for
the now cdl.
Jl lieu of tliu Central
will bo on exhibition at Messrs, Blshon
& Co.'s olllco, over tho Bank. TO MOK
KOW, (Thursday), from 1 :I10 to a i. m.
Mr. Uordwoll, tho architect, will ex.
plain them to all whn wUh to boo ilium.
08 It Secretary.
- EViARK df
Oaliii RailroaQ & Land Co,
, . .' -S"PW
i ,i " '' m
Trains will leave Honolulu over the
O.ilm ltatltoad & Land Co. as follow n:
7:30 a. in,, 10:00 a. ni., 3:00 p. in,
Arriving at Honolulu:
9:30 a. m 12:00 o., 4:30 p. m.
Ho for Halawa & The Lakes of
PEAUL HARBOR 1
Grand : Excursion
On SATURDAY, the 231 Inst.
Tickets (or tho Round Trip liml'cd to ISO:
Children under 12 years : Half Faro
On Saturday tlio O. 11. &L Co. propoFe
to give an excursion by land and Ben.
Trains will leave the Stutinn at 1 :15
o'clock connecting at Ualuuu with the
Steamer "Ewa," icttirnlng lo arrive in
Honolulu at Q:4'i i. m.
Early application, for
Nnlirc is hereby piven that the Iirst
biennial election (under Chapter 4&
Statute Laws of 188S) will he held
On MONDAY, Dec, 2, 1889,
At the Bell Tower.
For tho purpose of Electing a Chief
Engineer and two Assistant Engineers
for the said Fire Department.
B Polls will be open at G r.
close at !) l m
Secretary H. F. D.
Per " Australia" choice brands of
Cigars, : Cigarettes, : Tobaccos,
Anil SmoUor'rt ArtlcIeH.
Also, a largo assortment of Gents',
Ladies' & Children's
Fort Btrr et.
For tlje Island of Oahu.
rpiIE Courts of Tux Appeal, for tho
X. Inland of Oahu, will hold slllln'gs
at tlio following times and places, if
there are any appeals to ho heard:
For the Honolulu District, in tho
Court Itoom of the Police Justice of
Honolulu, at 1 o'olo.ik j M., on JION.
DAY, the 18lh day Of November, 1889.
For tho Ewa und Wainnno District,
ntthc Ewa Court Ilniitc, at I) o'ulnrk
A. m , on WEDNESDAY, tho JiOth day
or November, 1880.
For the Wnlalua District, at tho Wain.
Inn-Oonrt House, at- 8' n'clnrk "a. u,, on
THURSDAY, the 21st day orNovcmber,
For tho Koolauloa District, nt Makan
Court Houu?, ut 8 o'clock a. m., on Kill.
DAY, tho !22ud day of November, 18S1I.
For tho Koolaupoko District, at the
Kaneolui Court House, utOo'clrck a. i.,
on SATURDAY, the 3Unt day of Nov.
Police Justice of Honolulu, Uiihu.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 13, 18611.
NOTICE la hcicby jjiven lliaf I havo
tlila day (sold my interest In the
LeonfeJIop Co , doing a dry goods html,
ncis, on Nuuanu street, to Clilng Fun,
uhn collects all accounts aniL.pays all
hllU agaiust paid more.
Honolulu, Nov. 18, 18t0. 4W 4t
ELECTION ol' OFFICERS.
F the annual meeting of the Union
Ft-ed t'o, held this duy. nt tho
Compnny'4 ofllcc, tho following olllcors
ueia elected to survu for tho ensuing
President E, Ci Maofarlunc.
Vice-President W. F. Alien.
Triasurer... F. W. Mucfurlan.
Auditor.. , E. (3. Schumnn.
Hecrulary, ., B. F. Graham,
(Directors O, W.vMaefarlane. A. J.
Caitwrlght, P. W. Marfurlaue.
8. F. GRAHAM,
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1881).
Election -:- of -:- Engineers
OPINIONS - OF - THE - PRESS
lew Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
"From the Nuw YonK Timks .Tunc i!2, 1889.
Tlio Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a hank draft, is a simple promise to pay without condi
tions on tho hack.
Prom the Omcioo Investigatoh.
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public tho most
advantageous contract in life Insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in the pa8t, made many advances on old methods
and ha3 been the means .to liberalize life assurance iu a greater degree
pcrjiaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before tho people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance
From tho Kentucky Rr.oisTKn, Richmond, Ky., .Tune '28, 18S8.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, dono more to
create aod maintain confidence in life assurance tUan any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
fFrom the Boston Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
From the Pxciric U.NUEitwitiTEn, Sail Francisco, July 1, 18S0.J
The Equitable lias already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders nnd for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this, new policy caniiot tail to enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progresslvencss in dealing with tlio subject
of life assurance.
SSS" For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
330 liu , General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
KEG TO NOTIFY THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT BY THE NEXT
STEAMER "AUSTRALIA" DUE HERE FRIDAY,
THE 10 m, THE
3ts60 ': CASES : OF : GrOODS !-
PERSONALLY SELECTED BY Mis. S. EHRLICH.
NEW NOVELTIES IN .
DRY -:- GOODS,
Fancy Goods, Holiday Goods,
Toys of Every Description,
oots and Shoes, Etc., &tc
gjST SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT
LARGEST -:- ASSORTMENT
Black Spanifih Laco Flouncing, from ?l yard upward.
Black Clmntilly Laco Flouncing, from $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Cream & White Oriental Flouncing, from fjOcta yard upward.
Extra Heavy (new Blylo) Oriental Flouncing, from $1.25 yaid upward.
assortment of all Bbades
Grain Ribbon. Velvet Ruga iu all uizea just received,
BcHt variety in Cambriu, Kwiu.i & Nainsook Embroiderieu ut
3B. U1. DBKLl-.EJI8.fcS &: CO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOBT HTItEKT. HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Colgate & Co.'s Celebrated Perfumes & Toilet Soaps,,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
WARRANTED GENUINE & IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
Read This !
WILL APPEAR NEXT WEEK
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
of Cashmere, Moircc, Satin
under tho management oi MIHH
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