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ftaitu inthttin Tl LE&ISLATURE.
l'KIUAY, SEPT. 2G, 181)0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tul.c ilUVot AneiiKt 30, 1SD0.
.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
8:45 1:45 6:30J
9:4!) 2: 111 0:34 J
10:51 3:51 ....
11:55 4:55 ....
Satuidnys anil Mondays only.
Hclir Catcilna fiom Koolau
Hmir Pelofrom HiimaKua
Ilk Forest Queen, II Nehon, 14 (lays
fiotn Sau Francisco
Ilrlg CoiiMielo, A .lacobson, 15 days
fiom bun Finncheo
S a .Australia, Iloudlett", for San
Francisco :it 12 noon
Stmr Khian fur Maui and Hawaii at 2
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Waianae, Walalun
nnd Kooluu at 0 a m
Bk Ceylou, K Calhoun, for San Fran
cisco GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Catcrlna 17 cords wood.
From San Fran Isco per bail. Forest
Queen, Sept 20 E O Winston, T Dyer,
For Sail Francisco per S S Australia,
Sept 20 Mrs J A Boj d, Juo M Lydgatc,
J B Livingston, O S Smith, Geo lleuu
Gomiys, Jt YV Holt and wife, W II
Aldrieh, wife, 3 children nnd maid, Miss
S V Hopper, J D Holt, O B tjUllinau,
wife and son, Miss J K Knudscn, Miss
Ada Wood, Miss H A Dickson, iir ,T S
Piatt and wife, Miss M Lyceit, Mias E
Lycott, Mrs Mundlar, J N Wright' F E
Nichols, W F Reynolds, Mr Kerwin,
Misses Kerwin (2), Rev J McAvoy, Mrs
Mornsean, Hnrry Lewis, Miss V Whit
ney, R - Macfle, jr, wife, 2 elilldren and
maid, Hon E A Bnrehuidt, W O Wilder
and wife, W M Babcock and son, Tarn
McQrew and 157 steerage.
For Maui and Hawaii per steamer
Kiuuu, bept 26 Mrs Carey, Miss Carey,
Miss M R Forbes, Mrs W Qteen, E U
Baldwin, A B Loebcnstein, W W Howe,
J McGulre, E N Hitchcock, C Stocckle,
W F I'ogne, II Deacon, Robert Kttaipo
Miss E Waipo, G O Akiua, W S Good
ale and family, A Rose, Mr Hinning,
wife and 2 children. I)r Hutchinson and
wife, Miss M E Brown, Mr Keliiau,
Master A Smithies, 5 others and G5
The barkauiine Planter, Captain F A
Dow, took for sau Francisco yesterday
15.71h bags s gar, of which 12,214. bags
Hiigar shipped by II Haekfeld & Co, and
thu b.tlauce by C llolte, Tonnage, 970
tons; domestic value, 93,879.70.
The b irk Foiest Queen, Captain II
kelson, arrived early this mm ning, 14
days from Sau Frauciseo. Had fresh
not therly w inds the first three days and
the rest of the voyage had very light
winds. She brought a full cargo of
gcuuial merchandise, consigned to
.iessrs Theo H Davles & Co; and also
18 hoiscs for J O'Connor and 230 hogs
for Metropolitan Market Company.
Tito briguutine Cotisuclo, Captain A
Jueobsdn, arrived this morning, 15 days
fiom San Francisco with a full caigo of
general merchandise, consigned to u
Irwin & Co; also 3 horses and 2 mules
for J F Colburn & Co.
The bark Ceylou, Captain Calhoun,
al ed for San Fianeie'co with sugar
shipped as follows: F A Schaofer & t;o,
3IU1 bags sugar; C Brewer & Co, 2141
bags biignr; T H Davies &Co. 2000 bags
sugar; uustle & Cooke 5740 bags sugar.
Suudrles: 1013 cases Pearl Oil, UOl dry
hides and 0 bundles of goal skins.
Domestic value, $72,909.33.
The steamship Australia took for San
Fiancisco to-day the following consign
ments: W" G Irwin & Co, 7351 bags
sugar; Hyman Bros, 179 do; Yee Lee,
150 bags rice; Sing Chong & Co, 150
do; M Phillips & Co, 029 do; M S Urin
iMiun, 21U0 do; N F Buigess, 217 bnchs
bauanas; C T Gulick, 107 do; S Ly
curgos, 227 do; Campbell, Marshall &
Co, 0S54do. Sundries : 0 cases germa
cide" paint, 1 coipe, 3 cases curios, 8
boxes old plate metal, 100 bundles sugar
oaue, 9 boxes betel leaves, 277 bundles
green hides, 0 goat skins, 9 sheep .ski us,
388 green hides, 1 bag ramie, aud 1 boxes
fuilt. Domestic Yalue 884,002.01.
JLOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Hawaiian Council No. C89, A. L.
of H., moots this ovening at 7:110
An excursion train will be des
patched nt 1 :45 o'clock to-morrow to
Tun H. M. 0. Society will ineot to
morrow evening at the residence of
Mr. Frank Cooke.
. m i
A Hi'KQiAii baseball train will leavo
ior Pcnrl City to-morrow at 3 p. in.
Tlio Hawaiian band will bo in at
tendance Oiiab. T. Wildor will act in all
business mnttoiH for Wililur & Co.,
luring Mr. W. 0. WlUlei'H absence
from tho kingdom,
Tliu scats for tlio cyclist exhibition
(o-inonow ovonlng tiro ifolni; ruiililjy.
(Jail ut mini ut tlio Hawaiian Jlotil
ulllco mul Buouio one,
(Ji.ahh )), HlnlnlU uiim (Jlnli, will
))luy UiIh nvoiiliig, u followw i bhw
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FlttDAV, Sept. 2(i.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
The President, on suspension of
the rules, presented a petition from
the lepeis in the Knliui Receiving
Ho3iitul, that Dr. Lutz had resign
ed his position ns house physician,
owing to difficulties with C. B. Rey
nolds, ngent of the Hoard of Health,
atidGtiarles Kahnlehuli, luna of the
hospital, and praying that steps be
taken to prevent the withdrawal of
Dr. Lutz, because he had cured sev
eral easoB and improved others.
Hep. L'aeliaole moved the petition
bo referred to a select committee.
Foreign members lie believed equal
ly with the native members took a
deep interest in measures mitigating
the infliction of leprosy. Although
a majority of local physicians were
of opinion that the disease was in
curable, that was no reason why
they should sit idly and do nothing
in the way of remedial measures.
Several persons supposed to have
had leprosy had been discharged
after treatment by Dr. Lutz.
Noble J. M. Horner said they had
been cracked over the knuckles al
ready for interfering with thu bus
iness of the Ministers. This matter
was under the Interior Department,
and, tha Minister being doubtless as
much interested in alleviating the
condition of the lepers as any mem
ber of the House, the petition should
be referred to him, nnd he moved
that it be so referred.
Rep. Waipuilam related different
versions of the cause of Dr. Lutz's
resignation, and thought the peti
tion should go to a committee.
Noble Pua said it was painful for
bun to hear this. Dr. Lutz was
brought here by the Reform Gov
ernment, but the Urst thing, when
they had a National Reform Minis
try and President of the Board of
Health, is that this doctor is forced
to resign. The other doctors say the
disease cannot be cured, and, if Dr.
Lutz is forced to leave, their opi
nions will be accepted as true. It
was not right that a native leper
should be made luna and allowed to
interfero with the doctor. The Cab
inet should lire this Board of Health
out if it does not do what is right.
Minister Peterson said this matter
had been talked over a great deal
this session. It was probably mis
understood by members, perhaps he
did not understand it himself. He
was in favor of having this petition
referred to the best committee that
could be appointed. His duties in
the House prevented his attendance
at meetings of the Board, but he un
derstood that the main reason given
by Dr. Lutz for retiring was the
state of his health. The doctor met
all the members of the Board except
himself, who was busy in the House,
at the meeting of last Wednesday.
They talked together a longtime but
Dr. Lutz still adhered to his inten
tion of retiring. He was, however,
in favor of n corr.mittee, as he was
as anxious as anybody to have the
Kalihi Hospital put on a sound,
charitable, merciful basis.
Rep. Nawahi agreed with the sen
timents heard, but wanted to know
if the Board had promised Dr: Lutz
to remove the native luna, who had
obstructed his treatment. There
was a discrepancy between the
statements made by Dr. Lutz and
those made on behalf of the Board.
He had confidence in the Board as
business men, but when it came to
treatment of the sick he had more
confidence in the doctor.
Rep. White moved that the com
mittee be one of seven.
Rep. Rosa thought five would be
Buflleient. There was evidently
friction at the Hospital. Perhaps
the doctor could be induced to re
turn after a brief vacation. Thero
was never a doctor who had the
confidence of Hawaiian patients as
Dr. Lutz. He did not agree with
Noble Pua in wanting a committee
exclusively native, as there were
foreigners who syraphathized with
their people just as much as they.
It ought be a committee that would
do thorough work, and ho would
suggest that Rep. Brown should be
Noble Horner and Rep. Whito
withdrew their amendments, and
the motion carried.
The President appointed the fol
On revision of Audit Act Messrs.
Widemann, Bush, C. Brown, Mac
farlane, and McCarthy.
On Kalihi Hospital petition
Messrs. Nawahi, Brown, Bush,
Widemann, and Spencer.
Rep. Bush asked the Minister of
Interior: Has Dr. Oliver been ap
pointed to take charge of tlio Insane
Asylum on the 1st of October? Ho
said ha moved this question because
Dr, Oliver was n personal friend of
his, and tuoro was an atticlo about
him in tlio Advertiser thU morning,
Minister Spencer eiild i Dr. Oliver
U it cnmlUlutu for tlio position of
Huporintoiulcnt of thu Inauno Asy
lum, l)Ul It" In' 0t yet reiX'lvuil Ills
cnmiiiMoib I would statu fimliur
Unit tliu ttrtlclu thui uppourdil In thU
IllQi'iilng'p pu)tr will lint IlllluuilUO
mo In odd way or Hit' olhor. In tlio
III 4 ili'i I liitvu If inwn Dr. Ollvur
fur lxtuuii vein i, mul I I'Hii y Hint
Iim li Huuiilfpiiimi mul llml n pliy
uiuluii mill u iiiruumi lie U u (iiimi)i)
m ihibi JiiDiji iijywir ih p;
and I shall not appoint any person
to that otflue t ho is not competent
and v.ho will not fulfill the duties of
the position with perfect satisfaction
to this community. I realize my
responsibility and shall not now
hcrcatler shirk it. t Khali do
duty faithfully to the best of
Noble Wklemuuii could onlv
thnt he wished His Excellency had
nddetl, "notwithstanding anything
that is said by the Thunderer."
Rep. Bush thanked His Excellency
for the promptness of his reply. He
could only say that if the Minliter
Intended to put Dr. Oliver in there
he would put him in there in spite
of the newspaper.
Rep. Paehaolc presented a reso
lution thnt, in the opinion of this
House, it is desirable that Dr. Lutz
continue to practise nt the Kalihi
Hospital while matters in dispute
Noble Widemann moved the reso
lution be referred to the select com
mittee on the petition. Carried.
Rep. Marques read a first time by
title his bill to abolish the office of
tax assessor and collector. R ad a
second time by title and icferred to
committee on Governors' bill.
Noble Mursden moved the House
take recess. Noble Burchardt was
going oil u long Journey and many
members desired to go down and
wish him godspeed. Carried.
Recess from 11:22 to 1 :.')).
Anyone who will take the trouble
to read the long and labored report
of the select committee on the con
stitutional convention, will sec at a
glance that it is nothing more or less
than a lawyers argument written by a
lawyer, which will convince no one
outside of a small clique. The true
facts about this constitution business
upon which the people are a unit
and are determined to have, stands
The Legislature will pass an en
abling act to call a constitutional
convention, or alter the present
rickeity concern to suit the people.
The people want a constitution thej'
can approve and respect. Then at
the proper time call an extra session
of the Legislature aud pass the
amendment. Now then gentlemen,
which shall it be, a new constitution
or amendments to the present one,
and the extra session; speak out,
the people are in earnest in this bus
iness, they expect and will demand
one or the other. All third-rate
lawyer's arguments to the contrary
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Thomas Square,
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
Overture Fra Diavolo A iiber
Waltz Lama Mlllocker
Fantasia Students Song Mippe
selection Martha Flo tow
1 ulania. Pili Aoao. Mtilanm.
Medley Echoes of the Night... Kivlero
Patrol T urklsh Miehaelis
Waltz Don l aiiar Delllnger
Quadrille Tingeltaugeil Thlele
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Turner Club, 7:30.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1,D. of
R., at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
at 7 :30.
Steinitz Chess Club, 7:30.
Band concert at Thomas Square,
Tub Bulletin lias more than
double tbe circulation of any daily
newspaper published in the Hawai
Dn. Oliver has retained Messrs.
Paul Neumann and J. M. Davidson
to enter civil proceedings agninst the
Advertiser for $20,000 damages, on
account of an editorial articlo this
morning reflecting on the doctor's
pernon:il and professional character.
Miss Nellie Farren, an actress of
fame, was interviewed by a Topical
Times' reporter in her nosy apart
ments in London. In her remarks
she mentioned as one of the most en
joyable events in hei life, her visit to
the "beautiful harbor of Honolulu."
Accompanying the inteiview is a
beautiful cut of the actress. She ex
pects to pass through Honolulu, on
hor way to Australia, with a Gaiety
Company, in 1801.
HAWAIIAN Council No. C89, Ame
rican Legion of Honor, mecU
THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock, at Ilaimouy Hall, King stieet.
008 It Seeietary.
DUBINO my tempowiy absence
from thu Kingdom Clms. T. Wil
dor will net In all buslnoiib in at tern of
the llriu of Wilder A Co,
W. O WILDEU.
Honolulu, Sept W, Ib'.Nl, WIS -iw
THE VERY LATEST 1
WJC wli lo gull llm iittiiiilloii of
)iimifPkt'ipuito it tniuli iiivuli'it
ofl'lKUm! Cliliiiuo Mmilng, lint m
I'lihtii) vU 8111 ''iuiuUi!o, of tliuvi'iy
niuiinH'ininv nun 01 inn mom im ii-
III Mll'l Will' IIHI IWHUII" III I HOI. tm
I tw .!'. Wl"rl 111. III!! IliJM Willi 1
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) MUHULUIiU, H. 1 SEPTEMBER 3$ issw.
. ! vtt
AT 1'EAUIj CITY,
On Saturday, Sept. 27
T The Baseball Train w ill leave
Honolulu at 3 o'clock p. M., returning
will leave Pearl City when the gunic Is
fiy-The full Hawaiian
Baud will he
POPULAR :- RATES:
Id-member the time 3
O. R. & L CO.
To Ewa Plantation!
Living tlio Htnolulu Dojot at li45 P. M.
Trains will be made up of Coiehcs
and Canopy-top Cms all one price.
("3?" Excursion Hates for thi"-e Trains
50 Cents lo Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An opportunity for a delightful ride
ami a bieiilh of pure air, for only two
cents per mile. fiG5 1m
Star Mill Co's Property !
On TUESDAY, Sept. 30th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK SOOX,
At the Mill -ite.I will sell at Public Auc
tion the following: Uompilshig:
2 iisG Lois, ill Site,
And other Property previously adver
tise hy Jno. iilnd, Manager.
Thos. II. AVRIGnT,
Numerous Maps and Sketches.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
020 3w 4C Merchant st.. Honolulu.
Union Ice Company
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Union Ice
Couip-iny held Filday, Sept. 5 1890, the
following officers were elected for the
President Dr. J. S. McOrew,
Vice-President S. M Damon,
Manager L. O. Abies,
tfc V J. H. Fibber,
Auditor II. M.
DiitKCTons Dr. J. S
U. Fisher, II.
Damon, L. C. Abies. J
Jr., F. M. Hatch. J. II.
J. II. FISHEB,
Honolulu, Sept. S, 1800. CO 2w
BY a Man, who understand F.nglish
and Portuguese, a Munition us
gardener, stableman, driver on any tiling
ehe. Apply to
MANUEL ia SILVA,
fi7 atoaw No, 6: Kluau street.
NATURAL Mineral Water.
sale only by
W. rt. I.UUK,
Solo Agent tb Importer for tho lla
watlaii Islandri. Wti tf
CHEW Motley's & Co.'s Ivanhoo
Niitunil Leaf Tobacco, pwdilvuly
the tluuHt I'lmwliig tobacco iinitle. For
mile by llOLLIh'Wlt &. CO,
(I, JUlLLKU & CO,,
l'HACTIOAL 0UN St LOOKBMlTJlfl
rliiruiciil .t Milvlrml lii.trilliii'iili noully
rupjf.'U ftl llWJMtlil fHD hnttlliu
tm WW UiW.UTJUJIUy III. 51 . KIMf
' CiHiwnii its
Which we are organising we desire to
state that wo aio putting within reach
of all tlio greatest nluc In thin article
that lniB oi cr been offeied.
k Solid 14 Kl
At SI Per Week.
than in the regular
Kf" I'itst club now
join and secure a place.
rJ7f" IJemeinhei '
The U uot nn in-
1 11 WiclMH, Watch CI
. A. LUCKETT,
Phaetons For Sale,
Siro. si r,o.
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.
CCC No. 70 Qucoii street.
Miss JESSIE D. BRADEN,
Pn-pared to tjlve ln?om in or out of the
city. Mutual Telephone Mi!. P. O llox
IS. CGI lin
NOTICE of .REMOVAL.
rI",MESan Francisco Fruit Depot has
A lemoved fiom Foit street to No.
87 King stieet near Foit.
C.jO 1 nt , Pioprietor.
TUST rcce'n cd from Snii
Francisco 1 very line
Milch Cows, two of whieh
have just calved; will clvo
fiom 1C to 'JO quarts of milk daily. Ap
ly to TtlE UNIOX FEED CO.
for baggage wa
iron. Island nloek pre-
' feried. 650 2w
$Mt W:.irru" ,orr..u . ew
i-jgH House in town or subutl3,
eight rooms. Apply at
once at this office.
"TICKLY Furnished Koomn
L at Walkikl; horso cars
every half hour. Apply at
TWO Unfurnished Rooms
with bathroom, ou Klinr
I street. Apply at this olllee.
A SUITE of Three Nicely
Furnished Booms, two
bediooms aud parlor, oh
Punchbowl stieet near Palace Walk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
CCltf H. F. HEDBABD.
A HOUSE on Young street
near Thomas square,
with five rooms aud .bath:
also stable accommodations for five
horses. Apply at
CC0 If Fort street.
THE Furniture of a, llvo
room cottage complete,
for housekeeping Cottage
centrally located and to let at n reason
able rental. Inquire at this olllee.
A COTTAGE and Premises
in Manna, containing
'314 acics with 200 banana
trees and other fruit trees. Apply to
At Kahnkotlanl. Walkikl, or Wuslilng
ton Pliue, Hcrctanla st. C581m
T RODRIQUES of Kuau, Maui, Imv
t) lug made an assignment of tils
piopeity to the undei signed for the
benefit of his crediturs, noiiee is hureby
given that all claims nguliiH him must
bo presented to tho utiderMgned within
three mouths fiom date, and all persons
indebted to said J. Hodrlqucs are re
quested to maku immediate payment to
the undersigned at bin office in Hono
lulu. M. A. GOXSALVES,
Honolulu, Sept 21,1890, 007 tf
rOTlOr. Is hereby given Hint Halm,
1 of Kolmlii. having inudu mi h
klgliiiient to wililur Tlhh'i of IviiIihIh,
nil nluliiu ugulintl tliu mill tiiiho imui hu
outit to llm Mill) A. Tihhi, ufler lf Ittir
duly viMiiu to, vUlhln U ninuUm Iioiii
ihilu oi' limy uill bulniuvi'l buind. All
iji)liuiiif ilinmihl H lio miii 'iiiiiM'iil
III IIIHltll IIIIDMtl IMID 1 4
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. . All NUM. J
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy Urms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
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 prompt and certain, and its
From the New York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Thu Largest Business Ever Transacted by a LU'e Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollabs. This is at the rate of two hundred millions o'ewsur
ancefor the year, and ia unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JSTTnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oilke.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Talands, Equitable Life Assuranco Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
F.OR SALE !
Ex "ADONIS" A- "BLENGFELL"
From Eiii'Die anil Late Arrivals from tbe Daitefl State!!.
"Roval Club" 1
G. H. Murom &, Co. 1
Louis Roederci )
llcnncssy .1 Stai
l)e Lange Fils -1 Star
GonsalcK & Co. 5 Crown
John Exshaw Extra No.
Lochiel ) '
Isloy Blend Scoteli
Bourbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Rye, 18S2, in bulk
Lemp's St. Louis
Fiedericksburg San Josu )
BASS'S ENGLISH ALE, GUINNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN POUTS and SHERRIES,
Of Best Quality;
Cn.liforais& Wines and. X?i'ancBie,
In Casks and Cases. Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc,
tfi ' Tnnm
D h I I U 1 1 1 1 J
wwi will v
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
POST OFFICE BOX 504. jCBo0r BOTH TELEPHONES 40.
Leading : IVlilBinery : House
gyST We beg to inform tho public that wo place our entire stock for
sale at Reduced Prices.
DRY FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swiss Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rates
to make room for new Blocks now ou
the way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
GiiEliams 10 Yarfs for $1 in Latest Patterns !
Just received latest pattenm in Scrim, Madras, Laco Curtains
HOSIERY -:- HOSIERY
Lailtos' i, Childien'd Hosiery, Our rjront spoolalty "DLA01C DIAMOND
DYE," KUiirniucud f"1 coloru,
I)Hi:,SSi:) Kin GLOVKH, AUo, jiut icquiviul Lttuut htaplo In Tidied unit
Hiiimtti Hcariu, Tublo Uovuu, Etc Ahvu on liuiul a lurgu took of Ldiit.'t
Omit' nnd Oliildron' Blioun.
;jOIllv'N Xlll'IiiNllill' CiiOOilN,
A full Hum of DiijM, HlnrU, I'nllnu, Cuirn, IrttrM Myk In NuoKwcnr A
Imiuu viiriuly of ILiy'ii um) QiiMrnir Hiiit.
a, .BldltUUH & QQ
tWWPff - LrjailMfta
C Cures DespepBia. Strengthens
J the System. Restores Sound Be-
I freshing Sleep. Priceless to Nurs-
& FORT STREETS.
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