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TUESDAY, SEPT. Hi, 1800.
OARU RAILWAY ft LAND CO.'S
T. TaKi- r.tTcrt Auu'iimI ao. lUIO.
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Suturdays and Mondays only.
; Satuulays only.
Stmr Llkellkii for Maul ut fi p m
Stmr Kliiau for Maui and Hawaii at 1!
Stmr Pele for l.:ilmln:i anil Kuknluii nt
Stmr Waialeale for Kauai lit ." p in
.Stmr Hawaii tor Iluiiiakuu :uul llllo :it
10 :i in
"VESSELS" LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr jUlkahalu for Kauai at 0 p in
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
IT a s Charleston fiom Seattle
USS Iioquois from Samoa
II 1J M a Acorn, Pollard, from a ciulsc
S S Ulaiidine, V M Dudd, from Olas-
Jik i'anl lseubcrp. V J Woltcrs, from
llktnu I'lantcr, P A Dow, from San
Hr ship lllcngfull, It Ii wing, from Liver
pool Ilktne Kllkltat, D It Cutler, from
ilUtuo Amelia, W Xcwliall, from Poit
Bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, fiom ,San
Am bk Jlaitliu Dnvi, Vi A Pendleton,
t-masted Schr Olga, Itodin, from San
FOHEICN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II B M Flagship Warspitc from Biltilsh
Am hk Albert, Winding, from Sau
Francisco due Aug 4.
RrbU Bilker from London, Railed Apr
13, due Aug 2."i
Br bk Gh van from Livcipool, sailed
July 10, dm; Nov lii-30
BU Forest Queen, fiom San Fianeisoo
due Sept 10-10
Brig W G Irwin, from San Francisco,
due Sept 10-Ki
Bk C) D Bryant, from San FiaiicKco,
duo Sept 12-17
S S Australia, fiom Sau Francisco, due
S S Muripo'-u, from the Colonies, due
For Maui and Hawaii per. stmr Kiuau
Sept 10 .Mrs Lobenstein and 1! children,
J Ji 1, Winston, J Sherman, Moiris Ke
ohokalole, Miss Cunningham, Palmer
Woods, J Benton, Khno l'ako and
child. Mrs T V Everett, Miss Brown,
M-iss Low, Mastuis Paikcr (L'), !1 others
and 50 deck.
The schooner Mary E Foster is on the
Mai hie Hallway receiving a new keel.
The hark Ceylon will probably liuUli
nuloading her cargo of general mer
chandise to-monow. She lias already
taken in sugar from the schooners Kau
ikeaouli and Luka.
The barkentiue Planter is awaiting
sugur in the stream.
KAMAKA In Honolulu, Sept lfi, to
the wife of S. K. Kantaka, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.'
A Nkw Foundland dog has beon
A Fim.visiii:i) room on Poll n(reot
Mr. L. J. Levey hau on sale (iro
wood in lengths to suit.
An underwriter's Bali) will bo hold
ly JaB. F. Morgan on Friday, Hepl
Tun Mutual Co. has placed a tele
phono in the U. S. F. S. Cluuluriton.
Call, "Station B."
A lot of fine hoii6eliold furniture
is advertised for sale by J. F. Moigan,
ut the Dickson residence, on Tues
day, Sept. 23d, at 10 a. in.
On next Thursday morning at 10
o'clock, Mr. Jus. F. Morgan will hold
nn underwriter's sale of groceries and
provisions damaged by lire.
A cabh sale of general merchan
dise, together with the desks of the
Legislative Assembly of 1888, will be
held by Mr. J. F, Morgan to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, at his sales
iooius on Queon stieet.
. . .. -"
Tiinun will bo a special meeting of
tho Honolulu Fire Police at 7:110
o'clock to-morrow evening at tho hall
of Engine Co. No. 2. Business of
importance, distribution of badges,
te., will receive attention.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting Excelsior Lodgo, I. O.
O. F nt7:!50.
Ounce, Arion Hall, at 7:30.
.Steinitz Chess Club, 7:30.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
"Members of the press excepted,"
Noble ,1, M, Horner should have
mltli'd, wlieii lis said yesterday
ufternnon, "All within these walls
have erred in Judjjini'iil mwio tlmo
in their llvoa."
"Tho "hack seal" was terribly
Jealous yesterday at thu facility of
jaw displayed L tho front,
!' sfr ' tT-!f l . . -
HS. ' SEVENTY- NINTH DAY. department mill us claimed, there A SURPRISED CITIZEN. ' U I
SKVKNTY- NINTH DAY.
Tl'i:&iAA, Sept. 1(1.
Tin.' House met at 10 o'uloek.
unrouTS or coMMnit.i.i.
Kep. Knhooknno prcirnted te
port of the judiclnry committee on
seveial m.ittrrs refened to them.
Minuter Sjiuiiror announeed that
it had pleased His Majesty to yivo
his assent, to an Act, for the further
encouragement of tailwayi on the
Island of Oalut.
ottui:u or TUB MY.
Tliu House resolved itself into
committee ot the whole, Xohle Mars
den intlip chair, for cnnsideratioii of
the l.opoit of the Kinanco Commit
tee. Noble .Macfarluue asked I lis K
ccllenoy the iMinister of the Interior
whether he had refused I!r. Thiiis
lon access to the books of the In
Minister Spencer said that a. ic
fusal implied u ieruesl, and Mr.
Thunton never icrpiested permis
sion to examine the records. He
would answer directly to the ques
tion, "No." Going further he Mould
say that a member of the liuaiice
committee told him that Mr. Thurs
ton was contrary to a re-olution of
the House, evauuninu the hooks and
records of the Interior OfYlee. He'
told Mr. Thurston that he could not
do so, and Mr. Ttiurslon said he
could not reply to the committee- un
less he had access to the rccouls.
This was at foui o'clock, when busi
ness was over, and he asked Mr.
Thurston to return nc.sl morning,
and in the meantime lie would see
the members of the finance commit
(tee. Mr. Thurston did not come
'hack"' but he (the Minister) saw
members of the committee, who
were willing to give Mr. Thurston
every facility, only asking that one
of the committee should he pieseiil
Noble Maefarlane declared that
the published statement of Mr.
Thurston, thai he had been refused
access to the books, was entirely
Rep. Nawahi raised the point of
order that the Advertiser was not
before the House.
The Chair ruled accordingly.
Noble Burcbardt considered it
strange that Mr. Thurston could
publish a statement reflecting on the
committee, and they were not to be
allowed to reply to him. He. would
move that the letter of Mr. Thurs
ton be considered with the report.
Noble Widemann thought there
was no need of bringing the paper
before the House, when Mr. Thurs
ton admitted in the letter that he
spent SC17 without authority of law.
Noble Miofarlane again comment
ed on the letter, denouncing the wa'
in wljicli Mr. Thurston went into the
Noble Burcbardt withdrew his
Noble Horner would renew the
motion, as the original mover was
probably scared out of it.
Hep. Paehaole opposed the mo
tion. Noble "Widemann said that Noble
Horner was another obedient servant
of this man, and if the letter was
necessary for God's sake bring it
before the House.
Noble Phillips was surprised that
the committee should spend time
over this newspaper letter. It was
in no manner before the House.
Noble Horner had only made the
motion because he thought Noble
Bnrchardtlacked backbone. (Laugh
ter). Noble Burcbardt said he had dis
tinctly said that the motion would
come more appropriately from one
of Mr. Thurston's obedient servants,
and the hon. Noble had promptly
assumed that role by renewing the
Noble Widemann Squirming,
squirming, squirming. This man
acknowledges that the report is true,
but m trying to throw sand in their
cj'C8 as fools. But he can't throw
onnrl in inn mrna tirti in uniiv nuna
Noble Walker thought it would
not be in order to take up the letter.
Noble Baldwin was of tho same
mind, and held that the committee
should consider the xepoit by sec
tions. Hep. Brown referred to tho com
mittee's criticism of a charge of S50,
for retainer to P. M. Hatch in the
contested Fire Department election
case (1889), of E. B. Thomas vs.
George Norton. If the committee
had taken the trouble to inquire into
the matter, they would never have
made any strictures on it.
Noble Macfarlane read a letter
from C. B. Wilson, Chief Engineer
of tho Fire Department, to Noble
McCarthy, defending the transac
tion, as one that would put an end
to department election disputes
being brought before the Supreme
Court. He said tho defense set up
was an afterthought, and the elec
tion contest was purely a personal
matter as held by tho committee.
But even if it was a derailment af
fair, it looked to the committee like
an improper transaction, anil if they
ran after everybody affected by
their findings to get explanations,
they would have had a lively chase.
Mr. Wilson was a favorite of llin
late Minister, everybody knew llieir
lelaliona, and tho committee were
not supposed to run after cither ot
thorn for explanations,
Noblo Midler dlab.ilioved tho
plntpmont of Mr. WIIroii. If it had
boon n department suit, the Govern
ini'itli should have paid coals of both
Hep. Nawahi held thai if it was a
department still us claimed, thorn
was no need to go outside foi couu
bci for the defense. The Atloriicy
Geueral was p.iid for conducting
Gov rnmeiit imss. There was noth
ing in the Hopoit of the Minister of
the Interior regarding this iinpoit
ant case, and he fully believed thai
the explanation was an nflei thought.
Hep. Lucas, as a member of "the
Fire Board at the tune, knew I hat the
dispute was not a depailmetit matter
at all. II Mr. Wilson had not been at
the head of the depaitinent the
money would never have been paid.
He was with the patty in the depart
ment that lushed the installation ol
Wilson, Boyd and Norton, because
the election was close mid they were
altaid lhal il miu'u not hold. The
eominilii e's lindiiig about the
$l'50.-J.i cm i a wages to George
Townsend was also con eel, as lie
knew idl the facts in the case.
IJpp. Brown considered that the
finance ciimunttei' and the oilier
hon. members wlio supported their
lludings hud shown enough ignor
ance of the law. lie wondered
whether they would charge the liie
department to their laces with
making n f:ise statement to
this House for the purpose
of dctcndiiig the expenditure
of (he paltry sum of Srt0. The
whole business only continued his
opinion expressed yesterday, that
the report bore the lpipress of per
Noble Isenberg (applauding)
That's it; that's it.
Hep. Blown lhercfoie moved that
this part of the committee's report
be laid on the table.
Hep. Lucas admitted (hat the
money might have been paid with
the consent of the Minister of the
Interior, but that did not make it,
Noble McCarthy, as one who had
been connected with the tire depart
ment, defended the report. They
regarded the payment of the $'i0 as
wiong. If the "ins" of the depart
ment could dfcmi their offices at
public espensr, while the "outs"
had to paj for defending their
eliding to the offices, it was alto
Hep. Brown said that the ground
on which Thomas pioceeded, was
that the department could not finally
decide its own internal business.
Noble McCarthy asked Hep.
Brown if the Board ot Hepresenta
tives had the power of expending
any of the appropriation. They did
not have that (snapping his fingers)
to do with spending one dollar of
Rep. Paehaole moved that this
part of the report bo adopted. 'The
committee had made no recommend
ation, and it was for the House to
sa' whether these improper tran
sactions should be repeated.
Noble Kauhane was against the
adoption of the section, because the
money was paid for getting a decis
ion of the Supreme Court. To adopt
the committee's opinion would be
to discourage applications for judi
Noble Widemaan could not see
what a judicial decision had to do
with it. This was a dispute between
two ofllcers of the fire department,
and, if the department had any
thing to do with it, why wasn't the
Attorney-General employed, instead
of calling in Mr. Hatch? It was
something like paying Mr. IJartwell
8750 for doing nothing.
Noble Cornwcll was at a loss to
know what the time was being used
for. If the committee did show
spite, perhaps it was deserved. But
if they kept on as now, the country
members would cat their Christmas
dinner here. He moved for recess.
The section under discussion was
The whole report was adopted.
The committee rose, and Noblo
Marsdon reported that it recom
mended the adoption of the Finance
Hep. Brown moved Unit the report
of the committee of the whole be
laid on the table.
Noble Widemann I like brass. I
will not say any more.
Hep. Lucas inovcd that the icport
Hep. Brown asked the President
to call Noblo Widemann to order for
The motion to la' the report on
the table was lost, 18 to 20.
The motion to adopt the reporL of
committee of the whole carried, 21
Rep. Nawahi moved to reconsider
Rep. Paehaole moved that the
ayes and noes bo called, so that
there would be a record of those
who were willing to act so unfairly.
The motion to reconsider tho vote
was lost on the following division:
Ayes Minister Spencer ; Nobles
Kauhane, ,T. M. Horner, Mnmlen,
Baldwin, W. Y. Horner, Walbridge,
Anderson, vonToinpsky, G. N. Wil
cox, Kanoa and Isenberg; Reps.
Brown, Homer, Walpullaui, Apiki,
Paehaole, Halstcad, Rice and A. S.
Noes Minister Brown ; Nobles
Widemann, Merger, Macfarlane,
Mulier, Pua, McCarthy, Phillips,
Crabbo, Hind, llurchardi, and Corn
well, Heps. Cuinmlngs, Lucas, H.
W. Wilcox, Hush, luiuhi, Nawahi,
Hakor, Hookano, Wlijlo, IvaneulH,
and Knudsen 211.
Noblo Cornwoll, who had voted
aye, said lie had imulea niihtakpaild
i MLU'lOLUuU, ,h. i , SlSPTKliIBUJR lb. tow.
wfinted to ahnngo Iur vote. Ornnt-
h'eeess from 12:10 to 1 :S0.
A SURPRISED CITIZEN.
Kin-ion Itt'i.i.i.Tts' : -
I was a spectator m the Legisla
ture yesteid.'iy during the discussion
on the Finance Committee's Hepoit.
There wcie several things bi ought
out during that dicii93lon, as well
ns (.everal not brought out, which
were somewhat of a surprise to your
For instance, I wasslaitled if no
worse, when I heard Noble Baldwin,
after beginning an attack upon the
Report, openly declare that he had
not made a study of it, did not know
much about its merits, and was de
fending L. A. Thurston of his own
accord. Was it the repeated set
backs received h the Hon. Noble
at the hands of members of the
Committee, in regard to his alleged
statement of fads, which so sudden
ly caused this intellectual breaking
up as it were?
Again, I noticed the Road Builder
ot llamakuu, Noble .). M. Horner,
was reserved for llie wime late, al
though when "brought-up standing"
by Noble Mulier. dining the. discus
sion of toad methods, for charging
the late Gorrnnient -SI. a day for
laborers (which other plantations fur
nished for fron. 71 to 7!) cents per
day) the pioneer of llamakua be
came suddenly silent and ventured
not, like his friend from Maui, upon
a plea of disinterested ignorance.
Once more, it seemed to yoiu
humble pcribe that those inrinbots
who went so far as to declare that,
the Road Hoards and Chairmen
thereof were justified in their fast-and-looso
system of business, anil
even violation of law, because of al
leged local or natural difliculties in
the way throughout the different
districts, were the very men who
furnished the strongest arguments
showing tho inefficiency and unfit
ness of the picsent toad law, as
pointed out by the Finance Com
mittee. As HosnsT Rrronunt.
Honolulu Fire Police, Attention.
nPIIKBK will bu a special meeting of
L this oouipanv held at the halt of
Engine Co. No. '2, on WKDNBSDAI'
KVKNIXG, at 7:110 o'clock. Business
of luipoitance; distribution of lade3,
etc. Everv member is requested to bo
present. II. AU.MITAGE,
5.r'0 '.!t Seeietaiy.
THE VERY LATEST !
7E wish to call the attention of
V housekeepuis to a 'mull invoice
of Figured Chinese Matting, just re
ceived via San Francisco, of the very
choicest quality and of the most taste
ful and unique designs in colors. Tills
Is the very latest In this line and the
flr.ic of the kind ever brought to Hono
lulu. We respectfully ask thdatlention
of ladles to this latest noveltv.
CiiS '2w TUB UNION" FfcKD CO.
Flout Room, in a. nri-
Mite fiunilv. Annlr ?it "IS'I
Poit street,'' above Kukui btieet.
A LAUGH Black New
foundland Dog. Tho
owner can have saino by
calling at Royal Saloon
and paving for this adver
AT a bargain, a Horse, Top Brake,
Harness, complete and in good
nulcr, with two rugs, whip and lamps.
Tho Horse will drive in single nrdoiiblo
harness and is also biokeu to saddle.
Apply at thl-ofllee. i!!8 tf
Cut la isitave l.eiifjtlix.
ror. sai.i: phiiac in
G.V.i 1 w Cor, Fort & Queen ats.
A Cure for Influenza !
Dlt. LOZIElt'S HAWAIIAN CHEItllY COR
DIAL, ono of ihn best remedies
evcrpiepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, anil a great relief to
whooping cough and tin oat aftectiou.
Ask foi Ur. Loner's Hawaiian Cliorry Cor
dial sold at
IIOLLISTKU & GO'S.,
And BIJN&ON, SMITH .1 CD'S.
I Ibid your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine we hae ever tided for coughs,
colds and luug trouble. All of our Xa
tl es, Portuguese, Chinese and JapuncMu
will use ho other. I use nothing else In
mv own family. Yours truly,
Manager Kohalu Sugar Co.
Wo have eold a large quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
store, both at Kcalla and hnpaa, aud
can cheerfully recoinniuiid Ir forhinu
Very respectfully yours.
Gi:o K, FAIHCIHLI),
CO.'! it Treiuuier Maken Sugar Co.
A NATURAL Mineral Water. Foi
sale only by
W. S. LUCK,
Sole Agent ,1 luipoilur fur ihu Ha
waiian Islands, fi'.':s tf
CUIEW Motley's Co.'h IviiiiIiqo
Niituial Leaf Tobacco, positively
tho uiiiiBt chewing tobacco nuuln, For
Hide by HOLLISTKR . GO,
I'M II L. Li
IVt .S. IimiiiiI "Oil; i "
101! sAll- ll
. :. COLBUHN & CO.
Just Received !
Pa "AdnuN" A- "Iscnbeiji"
Cases Pnliil l'iee (ilu.
l'ase-White Bottle he (.'In,
Cs. Finelrisli & Scotcli Whiskey,
Cases i:lia Hue Sheiiy.
Cases Dry ,K Sweet Cliaiiip'igne,
Cs. Italian Vermouth,
Chai Heine, Benedictine,
Curieoa. AlHtuthe, K(c, I'.te
Tannhaaussr Beer !
Prize Medal Paris Exposition.
war The Best Beer In the market
heats ht. Louis and Milwaukee all to
BUFFALO BEER I
Z& Brewed and Bottled In Sacra
mento, liner and cheaper tlmn Kredilek
burg and Wlelanit California Beei.
ioi: sai.p uv
Hawaiian Wine Go,,
CM Frank Brown, Manager. Im
Wm. G. Irwin iS Company,
orn.K rou svi.r.
Limo Ac Comout,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS aud ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covorlng, nil sizes.
UUCK & OUIiANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
11 VK GRASS
Fairbunk Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins,
SALMON IX UAURKLS.
lASTi;iiE for HOUSES.
TIlC undersigned Is prepared to take
lioiaes on pasture at Paloio.
At Kahfikollanl, WalkikI, or Washing
ton Place, Heietanlast. (158 1 in
MIL Kei) Nan will act for our Com
pany under full power of attor
ney during our patner Xg Ong absence
lioui thu Kingdom.
If WONG LEE YUEN CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1890. t;r,c lw
11IAVK bought out thu Interest of
Leong Cook In the thin of Look Plujt
tt Co., hitherto c.iriyliig on a tailoring
business at No-i. l'.'S it Vi Nuuauu
street. All debts owing the late tlrui
must he paid to me. and all debts owing
by the late linn will bn paid by uiu.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 18110. C5U lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT thu annual meeting of the stock
holders of the llllo Sugar Co. held
atthuoilh-u of Win. G. iiwlu & Co.,
fl.'dL September 8. ISUO, the following
olllcers were duly elected to j.eiv dur
ing tho ensuing year:
Win, G. li win...., ...... President,
,(01(11 1), hpiecKeis,. Yico-j'rcsiiieut,
II, M. Whitney, .Ir...... ...Auditor,
w i n i i?i.' a in
05-J'Jiv " Seeiemiy,
.; . ilWli'iijjilfi. jar
NOW IS THE TIME 1
Society of the United States,
Ate now selling tlinli Honds. and upon oa-iy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Roiul.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by thin
original and progressive Company :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitable, its payments pimupt nud cmtalu, nd Ita
(From the AVw Vori titm, April Wt, ISUO.)
Tlio litii'ftosl, HusiiiCHS Evor Ti;jULja:lct by a Lift! Anrtii
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present, year is reported to exceed Fifiy
Million Hoi.i.ahs. This is at the rate, of two hundred-millions of mum
mi ce far the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
iaSrluforuialion cheerfully furnished to any who will write lo or call
upon the undei signed at Ins olllee.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
tienera! Atoiit for the Hawaiian I Hlands, Kqttitnblc LWc Assurance Socletv
of the U. S. Jan-I-iU)
CORN Hit HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
43T We bee. to inform the public that we place our entire stock for
sale at lleduced Prices.
DRY FANCY GOODS
I'.mbiiiideiv and Srtia Skut'Lengt lis .will be"sold at very low rate
to make ifjijji lor newtocl:s jiow ou
tlfenrni' from IJurope
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC
i 10 Yards I'm'
.lust rceehed' latest patlcim, in Scrim, Madias, L.ioe Cnrtaina
HOSIERY -: HOSIERY
Ladies' it Children's Hosiery. Our great specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," Ktiaiantecd fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. AIho, just lcceived latest sbiples in Tidies and
Bureau Scarfs, Table Covers, Etc. Always on band a large stock of LndieB',
Gent's and Children's Shoes.
Q-entfm iF'iii'iiijiiliiiig- GoodH,
A full line of Dress, Shiilb, Collars, Cutis, latest styles in Neckwear. A
large varioty of Boy's and Children's Suits.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streeta.
Having lemovcd our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
TVo. 29 IT'OJaT STiOJEET,
(Near the Custom House)
We uie iinw piepaied to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of tho following High Chius Aerated leverages :
Plaii, Sweat, Lemon, Straiberjf or Cream Seia,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparillh .& Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT PUJll$TYATj;K SYSTEM.
HOLLtSTER & CO.,
FORT STItKET, :::::: HONOJMUL.IJ.
E. H. IlKNimv, President A Manager: John Ena, Vice-Presldentt
Goni'iiKV RitowT, Secretary ,t Treasurer. Ckcii. Buww.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
OpiMi. Niircckt'lH' Hunk, : Fort Nt isn't, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Gonulne Havilaml China, plainanil decoratoil; anil Wedgowond
Piano, Library it Stnud L.imjw, Ohandoliura ,t Electoliom,
Lamp Fixtures of aH kinds, A complete asaortni't of Drills &. Files,
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