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FRIDAY, SKIT. 19, 18!)0.
OiHU RAILWAY & LAND GOVS
T.j Taku Effect Augutt 00, 19U0.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. P.M.
Leave llonoulluli. r. mo
Arrive Honolulu.. 0:44"
8:45 1:15 5:301
!1:49 2:111 0:34 J
10:.'l U:i1 ....
11:65 4:5". ....
Saturdays and Mondays only.
X Saturdays only.
fitmr J A Cummins from Walmanalo
Bk Kamfjord, Anderson, CC days from
Newcastle, N S W
S S Australia, Houdletti', from San
S S Mariposa, llaywnrd, from the Colo
nics Stmr Walaleale from Kauai
Stmr .Ins Makcc from Kauai
Brig V O Irwin, McCullocli, from Snn
Stmr W G Hull from Maul and Hawaii
Stmr O H Bishop for Walanae, Walalua
and Koolau at 0 a in
VESSELS LEAVINU TO-MORROW.
S S Mariposa, llayward, for San Fian
ciseo at 12 m
From Kauai, per stmr Walaleale, Sept
19 R A Mactlc, jr.
From San i rauelsco, per bilg W G
Irwin, Sept 19-MrsEE Carey and 2
clilldien, Miss M Carey, Mr Lyle and
son, and Mrs Alice Daypcr.
From Kauai par stmr JasMakee, Sept
19 E Fulrchild, wife and daughter,
ilrs Blalsdell, 1 Peck, W Herrlck and
. From San Francisco, per S S Austra
lia, Sept 19 Win Babcock and sou, R
K Baptisto, Major Benson, Joseph
Brewer, Sidney UlementsoU and wife,
N L Castle, J F Colburn, Mrs Kate Hor
ns aud Infnut, Mrs Ellen A Hopiui, Pi of
F A tiosmer and wife, Chas K Hyde,
Mrs M flyman, S chlldicn aud servant,
M. Klrvvlu, the Misses () Klrwln, Frod
II Lewis, F C Lowrey, Mrs Ludwlgseu
aud lufan, Rev J oAvoy, E K New
man and wife, Rev EN Plres, J P Pond,
Mrs J W Podman, S Roth, R Rycroft,
Thos W Slocum, C B Mealy, AV soares,
-wife and child, C B Stilhnan and wife,
Carl Stlllmann, Mrs Geo M Stoney, 2
children and 2 nurses, J Q Wood, C M
Hyde, and 58 steerage.
From tlie Colonies per RMS Mari
posa, Sept 18 Col Alex Fraser.Mrs and
Allss Hunn-Gennvs, Geo H Heun-Gen-neys,
Wllbert Maltby, Fred C and Chas
S Smith, and 2 in steerage.
From Hawaii and Mnul per stmr W
G Hall, Sept 19 Mr 8tcven-,Judge Ka
haulelio, h Lazaro. A F Hopke, Mrs 03
mer and child, Mrs Kalanlmauloa, Mrs
W H Stone and children, Miss May
Baldwin, J Ferrelra, M Gouvel i; J Coo
per, Mis Kaluupunlnl and'daughter, trs
A Zablan and daughter, Mr Ziblan, Al
bert helineuson and wife, Yang Chee,
and 94 deck, i
The stmr O RBtshop towed the sehr
Mary E Foster out tho harbor thls
The bark Kamfiord, Capt Anderson,
after having rough weather arrived yes
terday, CB days from Newcastle, X S W,
with 1,117 tons of coal consigned to
Messrs Wilder & Co.
The brgtne W G Irwin, Capt McCul
loch, arrived early this morning, 17 days
Iron. San Francisco. Had light south
erly winds ihe first 13 days and 4. days
trades. She brought a full cargo of
S S Australia, H C Houdlccte, Master,
sailed from San Francisco Friday, Sept
12th, at noou, with 01 cabin, 58 steerage
and 160C tons . general merchandise.
Fine weather the entire trip; smooth
eeawlth N E trades. Importation: 2
horses, 3 ostriches, 04E0 gals beer.
S S Mariposa sailed from Sydney Sept
3 at S:31 p m; arrived at Auckland
Sept 7 at 3:25 p m; sailed from Auck
land Sept 8 at 2 :50 p m ; arrived at Tu
tuila Sept 12 atl :40 a m.
The Samoa Times reports that a
vessel from Fannine; Islands took
measles to the Gilbert Islands, and
a thousand nativos died from mea
Hies and dysentery.
The Times complains of a largo
number of murders comraited in re
cent years, without the perpetrators
being brought to justice. One of
the latest was by a follower of Ta
masese, whose friends got him out
of the way of punishment.
The U. S. b. Mohican arrived in
Fiji Aug. 1, and Sydney on tlie2:?a.
A Public Hall Co. lias been form
ed in Apia. J. C. Edwards, form
erly of Wolfe & Edwards, Hono
lulu, is Treasurer.
Natives on Falealii island arc find
ing out the utter folly of opposing
the Government of Malictoa. One
of the most recalcitrant hitherto of
the chiefs has come round.
The British Consul warns British
subjects not to (lull with explosives
under penalty of n flue of not ex
ceeding live pounds or imprison
ment not excecdim fourteen days.
Wlghtman fc Foard of San Fran
cisco have the contract for breaking
up the wrecks of the U, S. S. S.'s
Vundnllu ami Trim ton, wlilolj woru
presented to tho Siuuoun Qovorn
iiioul ly the United Hiatus Gpvorn
Onoof llio ounv of llio fJuniioii
yurilill)Hitilr, immeil Jlurininni
bulnvuhlit'i mm tUtuolunl by h sliwrk
In Apia Imflw, mill liforo lit) i-oulil
li liunlcil mi hoitnl lili H'H "ml 1m
mu iDirtlily iiiuilliticil. H Uiu
Qit imu niiiimiiliMrnil ilmm liwrl(
jfllsiiHsil ImuiKii im ma In ihti iinr
I in r I'liii Mmiili.ip Int. imiui In Hill
iWIUHI ll tlir hi hit
LOCAL &DEHERAL HEWS.
is homo again
Jin. Frod. M. Lewis
Mn. Nolto has fresh fiozun oyMfrs
to dispense at the Beaver.
The passenger list of the S. i'.
Mariposa this trip, was not largo.
Major Benson has returned home,
after a prolonged absence in Amer
ica. Mr. Win. B.ibcoek, capitalist, and
son, of San Francisco, visit tliu isl
ands. Tin: bark Cuibarion linn been total
ly wiecked on tho coast of South
Mns. M. 11. Ellis, a slcerago passen
ger, died on tho Australia .Sept. 18,
at 8 p. in.
The usual "steamer night" band
concert will bo given at the Hotel
Mhb. M. Jlytnun and thiee chil
dren rotuined from the Const by to
Mil. Edw. A. Keil, purser of
Australia, has our thankH for
usual news favors.
Mil. Slocum, brother of tho crack
tennis player, is umnnir the foiuign
visitors 10 Honolulu.
Mr. J. Q. Wood, who ai lived by
the Australia, is to bo Assistant Prin
cipal of O.ihu College.
Boxes apples, onions and potatoes
will be sold at auction by Lewis J.
Levey, at 12 noon to-morrow.
In tho Police Court this forenoon,
E, Doyle was found guilty of vag
rancy, sentence suspended for two
The Advoitiser litel case went over
until Monday by consent of counsel.
Mr. L. A. Thurston appeared for the
W. S. Maltby, the cyclist, who was
here in April of last year, arrived
from the Colonies by the Mariposa
Messrs. F. C. Lowrey, J. F. Col
burn, S. Roth, and R. Rycroft are
among the "auld acquaintances"
showing up by the Australia.
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The Mariposa will sail for San
Francisco to-morrow at noon. The
memorandum of her voyage, in the
shipping column, shows fast time up.
Capt. Duncan returned on the
Australia from Hongkong. When
he landed from the bark Velocity be
was very ill, but has now tully re
covered. Messhs. W. F. Williams and 8.
McKeaguo returned on tho Australia
from the G. A. R. Encampment in
Boston, both looking refreshed and
Mr. A. M. Hewett wishes to con
tradict tho statement of his being a
special policeman. He merely join
ed a party of citizens to hunt the
robbers in Manou.
Rev. C. M. Hyde, D. D., and son
Chas. K. returned homo on tho Aus
tralia, accompanied by the new
Principal of Oahu College, Prof. F.
A. Hosiner, and Mrs. Hosmer.
Tub prowlers have at length struck
Pulama. One of them disturbed Mr.
Paiko's household in Robello lano
the other night, but he fled on the
front door being opened to get a look
. m i
Lieut. Hewitt, ol H. B. M. S.
Champion, while out gunning near
Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia,
Sept. Oth, was accidentally shot in
the hip by a young man named
Englehat, of Victoria.
A disagreeable mud hole has
been formed by the Tramway's water-cart
between the tracks,. at the
turn of School and Nuuanu streets,
which causes great inconvenience to
those driving from one sticctintotho
other at that point.
The brigantino W. G. Irwin arriv
ed this morning, 17 doys from San
JFrancisco, having had winds rather
light. Her sailing was postponed
several days owing to tho disquieting
rumors' about affairs in Honolulu. A
lady passenger says she never heard
so much talking about Honolulu be
fore. The Irwin was in sight of tho
lights of the" city at nine o'clock last
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The U.S. Navy Department has
under consideration changes whore
by more vessels may bo kept on tho
Pacific Station, and vessels kept .at
Honolulu aud Samoa. Tho Phila
delphia will relieve tho Baltimore as
flugbhip on the European station,
and the Baltimore go as flagship on
the Asiatic station, so that the San
Fruucisco muy remain on the Pacific
At tho monthly meeting of tho Y.
M. 0. A., yesterday evoning, Mr. T.
It. Walker, President, presided. The
Treasurer's report showed, from April
1st, receiuts of $1042.22 uud expendi
ture) of $9U,3Q, leaving a surplus of
of $7110.83, besides which the Asro
ciatiou lias $1Q3,1Q in thu Havings
Bank, Mr, T, H, South wlok ri'itignwi
the truanurerhip, owing to conti'in
THE SUQAR MARKET.
CutU CKNTIIin"MlS llftVO tttl.'OII
a ttlmrp mlvunuut Hie following shIm
Iiuvu noeii lupoittili
Hojlt. -lilt ,4QU Imp ftt ln, Hunt,
nth fiAQ(Hi(i itt 0 Llllu which j
lliu )rmt"!l lnil of W ul,
(llUNHUiiiii- -Tin) mi iii N'aw
ViiiU fv 0ftRi In fft KnnmJPo ltji
ry n wiiiiik
IH HI MgU.
. DidLi BUldiliitfiJDi'i'iib-aoi.ULU. uvM
Uho Tariff Bill Passes lb
Conditional Reciprocity from
July 1. 1891.
Notes and Comments.
bA.s Kuakcisco, Sept. i:2th.
The Oceanic which sailed for Ho
uolulu on the 4th carried witli her
the latest details of tariff legislation.
The Seriate since then applied itself
deligently to discussing and amend
ing the Bill, most of tbe changes
reported by the linance committee
being ratified. The Sugar schedule
was the most stoutly contested, at
least a score of amendments, more
or less important, being moved and
rejected. It was agreed to admit
machinery for the manufacture of
beet sugar free up to the 1st July
next, but a motion for similar con
cession to sorghum and cauo sugar
machinery was rejected. Senator
Aldrieu's reciprocity section was
added on the 9th, and the bill read
a third time. The. bill as amended
was passed on the 10th by a party
vote of 10 to 29. It now goes be
fore a conference committee of both
Houses to be chosen from tho Fin
ance Committees and there is leason
to believe an agreement on the basis
of reciprocity will be reached
Blaine's reciprocity idea has taken
hold of the popular mind, aud it is
certain to be carried much further
in the not distant future. Indeed
the high protectionists are trying to
deceive themselves into tho belief
that modified reciprocity goes on all
fours with a protective policy, but a
careful reading of Senator Aldrich's
amendment will convince any one
capable of reasoning that it is a
virtual surrender Of the principle of
protection as expounded by Repub
lican orators and embodied in the
Republican platform last president
ial campaign. The home market
was everything, the foreign market
nothing; even Hawaiian reciprocity
was denounced as a flagrant viola
tion of tbe all-saving bom. m.irket
doctrine of protection. McKiuley
justified, his tariff bill by tho argu
ment that it was needed to com
plete and round up the policy of
protection, which would never be
perfected until the United States
produced all it consumed and con
sumed all it produced. Blaine was
eloquent two years ago Jn the same
strain ; but now he declares that it
would be a poor ambition that
should limit American trade and en
terprise to the home market, and
his followers thereupon fall into line
in the Senate and insert a principle
in tbe tariff bill which logically an
nihilates the doctrine of extra pro
tection upon which it was formula
ted by McKiuley. Furthermore,
tho plea that the foreigner pays the
duty, which Republicans, from
Blaine to tlje San Francisco "Chron
icle" preached, is now officially
abandoned by their party.
You have already printed Senator
Aldrich's amendment, no doubt.
The new section incorporated in the
Tariff bill by the Senate on motion
of Aldrich is a very crude piece of
legislation, and can hnrdly be expect
ed to work smoothly if only for the
enormous arbitrary taxing powers it
confers upon the l'reaident,and the
door it opens to jobbery upon early
and exclusive information of execu
tive intention. But it fixes the duty
on raw sugar, after proclamation,
up to No. 13 Dutch Standard, at
14 per ton ; and on all grades be
tween 13 and 10 Dutch standard at
827.50 per ton. Between 10 and
20 standards the duty is to be
$32.50 per ton, if the sugar tho
product of countries which do not
reciprocate in a sulllciently liberal
spirit, in the opinion of the Presi
dent. A good deal, therefore, will
depend upon the temperament and
mental and moral equilibrium of the
President from and after the 1st
day of July, 1891. Meanwhile sugar
will be free up to No. 1C Dutch
standard from October 1, 1890,
until July 1, 1891, as the bill now
stands, Senator Sherman having
restored the House free schedule by
motion in the Senate, although he
was chairman of the Finance Com
mittee which reported an amend
ment fixing the free grade limit at
No. 13. Tho bounty on American
sugar, maple uugar included, has
been retained. A motion to give a
bounty of 1 cent per pound on sugar
manufactured from imported molas
ses wns rejected by tho Senate.
Tho announcement on the arrival
of the Australia, Unit Colonel
Sprockets hud consolidated tho Hai
ku and 1'ala plan tut Ions v,tli the
JIiuvjIIbii Oominerolul y9 well ru
ceiveil, and slock In the hitler ad.
ytMicml raplijly to Sitf, Tliu louk,
liowuyi-ri dtii-lliUMl id 819 on tliu
joili, mill tlm titi Iff HUIV4 on tliu
Mil ciiiHDd nnniliwr ilrnp to 8 It), It
iol'lul 6 ID M yonigiiliiy.
Tlw IM nifjur nmnimliifi Iibi Iju
uiiii Hi U'hWoiuIIIv, Tuv I'ulDiu
Vitllwy ritilruiMl Imv m wiiinlulwl,
wm will gruaiiv Wlwiylljyilbw)
tit mm' luwii til ilitf fiuMtT' TLiw
ciKiMn sujwett?csx-t,TOt tw'tiJflaft5Wn
! aupply of baetb will be tar.ch greater
this season than last, ami as a
bounty on the sugar product will be
paid tho financial result will neces
sarily be satisfactory to the Western
licet Suar Company which owns the
Wntsonviile factory. The Pajaro
Volley railroad is also one of the
Spreckels' enterprises in tbe devel
opment of the beet sugar Industry.
It will also be of great assistance to
fanners in the movement of their
wheat corp. The railroad runs from
Watsonville to Moss Landing, a
good shipping point on he Coast.
The output of beet sugav this season
will be about 2,000 tons from Wat
sonville, and the Alvarndo factory's
product is to bo added to.
There has been a partial suspen
sion nf business at San Francisco
for several days on account of the
Admission Day festivities. The
festival began on Saturday the Oth
and ended on 'the lOLh by excur
sions on the Boy. The city was
di eased In bunting, citizens generally
entering into the spirit of celebrat
ing the fortieth anniversary of the
admission of California into the
Union. The street procession on
tlu' Dili, under the auspices of the
Native sons of the Golden West,
was a great success.
The Sugar Trust appears to drag
in its reorganization policy. The
letter and spirit of the New York
decisions are against the great com
bine. The New York Court of ap
peals, in its last decision says:
'There can bo no substantial
consolidations which avoid and dis
regard the statutory provisions and
restraints; but that manufacturing
corporations must be and remain
several as they were created or are
under the statute." This ruling is
fatal to the proposed amalgamation
of existing corporations to form one
great corporation. The companies
must lirst disincorporate, and this
would involve a lengthened, and if
contested, an expensive legal proce
dure. The litigation arising out of
the fiiendl suit to dissolve the
Sugar Trust and distribute its pro
perty is likely to become trouble
some to all concerned. Judge Cul
len, in the New York Supreme
Court, has granted the application
of Receiver Gray, of the North
River Sugar Refining Company,, to
be allowed to come in as defendant
in the Sugar Trust litigation. As
the decision of the New Yotk Court
of Appeals in the North River Re
finery case forbids the transfer of
any of the assets of that company
it follows that these legal principles
and this mandatory direction of the
Court must be nullified in order to
carry out the piogramme of the
Yet the Trust conspirators, in-
llatecl with their iuea3 ol the omni
potence of wealth, may endeavor to
overide the law and the mandate of
the Courts, mauy precedents of the
kind being available owing to the
complaisance and cowardico of the
average American citizen when con
fronted with the money power, but
this fight has ceased to bo a local
one in which public rights may be
extinguished by the bribing of
judges and corrupting of courts.
The Sugar Trust is destined, if it
persevers, to be made an example
of for the instruction of aggregated
capital which may attempt to over
ride the Courts. Wall Street specu
lates in Sugar Trust certificates now
simply as a gamble that the money
back of the sugar combine will prove
too strong for the law. Otherwise
the certificates have no intrinsic
value. Tho trustees admit in their
petition for an order of distribution
and dissolution that the' have been
acting illegally all along, and there
fore that the issue of certificates
purporting to be negotiable paper
was a swindle. Several Eastern
papers suggest the arrest and prose
cution of the promoters of this
swindle, but the law which promptly
punishes burglary and petty larceny
has no mesh small enough appar
ently to catch a fifty or fifteen mil
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening at 7:80 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
March La Uanau llerger
Overtiue Jolly Student Suppo
finale Taniihituser Wagner
Selection Mtirltuua. . all, ice
One, Two, Three Four. Maui Girl.
Medley Pleasant Memories. ... Beyer
Ballade La Paloma Yradlur
Galop Over Hediie and Ditch.... Fuus
A LADY to take charge of restaurant
U.X. ciiiinitr room
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Address "L. M
A PERSON to act at housekeeper
Hud companion for mi t-ldiiiv
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I?1I0M hihI uriiu' ihl (Into we will mil
V liu riioiiHiiii forum fii'lRiii tifmr
wine In Iwuii iuIIvmidi hi itny kintliin.
j'Dlllvt In WliUUi fivlullt It HlipNl
imttl bo 4 lliy tiuiluu im iw.vg Ionic
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Per "f . H. Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. .1. XOliTK. l'roH'tpr.
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KOK SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al gteitniliip
Will loavo Honolulu for the nbrtve
Friday, Sept. 26th,
Tor Freight or I'n.ige, npplj t
Q. IRWIN & CO.. I'd,
CO, I w
PaltfnmriaT YI lima
Per Schooner "Olga.
ron SALE BY
J, F. OPLBURN & GO.
Straw Hat Sale
FOR 2 WEEKS !
G5l 2 iv
A HOUSE on Young street
near Thomas square,
with five rooms and bath:
also stablu accommodations for live
horses. Apply at
CCO tf Fort siu'ftt.
npWO Unfurnished Rooms
JL witli buturoom, ou Klnsc
; street. Apply at this otllco.
COTTAGE and Premises
in Matioa, contalultiK
3M acres with 200 banana
trees and other fruit trees. Apply to
At Kohakoilanl. Waiklkl, or Washing
ton Place, hcrctanla sr. C5S 1m
THE Furniture of a live
room cottage complete,
for housekeeping. Cottage
centrally located ami to let at a reason
able rental. Inquire at this oillce.
WANTED for a fow
months a Furnhbed
House In town or suburbs,
not hs than eight rooms. Apply nt
once ut this oillce, tiSO w
MTLCII COWS !
TUST received from San
Francisco 4. very lino
Milch Cows, two of which
have hist calved: will elvo
from 1C to 20 quarts of milk daily. Ap
ly to THE UNION FEED CO,
. PCS 2w
A DRAUGHT Uorse
for baggage wa
gon. Islaud stock pre-
-furieil. W0 aw
From aud after tuli dute ut
will not be reapunslblo for nuy
ficlght after sama haa boon
landed, I'urlles to whom
freight Is comdgneu must bo at
the lauding to ii'ivlvu their
Wlf.nKK'B 8. H.CO,
Honolulu, Kept, fi, 1800, (1,10 tf
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NOW IS THE TIME 1
EpMIe Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy tonus. The addltlon-i fea
ture of Insurance goe3 with every Bond.
Tho following are a fow of the many attractive forms offered by thii
original and progressive Company:
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INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " ' " " -
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PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, und ita
From the JVcio Fori Sun, Aprii 4th, 1890.)
The livftvst Business Ever Transacted by a T.U'e "ABaur-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assuiaucc Society of New
York for the first, quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Firir
Million Dollaus. Thi3 is at the rate of tro hundred millions ofeusur
ancefor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
leEflnformatlnn cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oillce.
Qonoral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Lit
of the U. S.
?" We beg to inform the public
sale at Reduced Prices.
DRY FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swiss Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rates
to make room for new slocks now on
the way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
10 Yards fir
Just received latest
Ladies i Children's Hosiery. Our great specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," guaranteed fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Alb., yist received latest staples in Tidies and
Bureau Scarfs, Table Covers, Etc. Always on hand a large stock of Ladies',
Gent's and Children's Shoes.
A full line of Dress, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, latest styles in Neckwear. A.
largo variety of Boy's und Children's Suits. c
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Hming removed our SOU-A WORKS to more commodious quarter at
Wo. 29 IJ'O.Or STREET,
(Near the Cuitom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notico, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Strawberry er
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT VUilE WATER SYSTEM.
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IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qonuino Havllond China, plain and dooorated; aud Wedgowocd
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