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DAILY BULL1CT1E: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOB1CK 2i, UK).
BY AUTHOR! if.
In eonfoimily with the Act entitled
"An Act iclating to the Suppiesaion
of Hunt Diseases, Might mill Insect
Pests." nppiovcd July Hi, A. 1). 18110,
the following gentlemen have been
appointed Conimicioneis of Agrieul
tiue for the Ll'mliicts of North :uul
.South Kona, Island of Hawaii
W. Ml'MiBU, Cluiiiiiiiin.
I). II. XAHIXU,
.1. 1'. KAHAliKNVAI.
0. X. SPENCKH.
Minister of the Intetior.
Intel iot Olliee, Oct. 22, 1800.
X' II 13
FRIDAY, OCT. 24. 1890.
And now comes the President of
tho Jersey City Hoard of Health,
who demands the electric-light poles
he "painted red," so they can ho
distinguished. The usual custom in
Jersey City has been for the citizens
to take turns painting the town red,
as a distinguishing feature; hut as
Kriison lightning has proved as dan
gerous as the famous "Jersey light
ning," the Hoard of Health proposes
to make honors easy by "paintin'
'em both red."
Yesterday evening the Legislature
indefinitely postponed the resolution
for want of confidence by a vote of
twenty-six to eighteen. As stated
yesterdaj' afternoon the resolution
was introduced by Representative
Hush, although it is generally under;
stood this particular scheme for
ousting the present Ministry did not
originate in that quarter. There
are several rumors afloat, each
claiming the authority of fact, as to
the origin of the attempt or for ex
plaining the cause of its failure.
Originally the scheme, gotten up
in individual interests, had no party
backing, hut seems to have gained
in time more or less support from
all sides of the political house.
Xeither the Ueform nor National
party seems to have been to blame
tor precipitating the present resolu
tion, which was a genuine surprise
to all except those immediately in
terested. However there is no deny
ing the fact that at one time the
scheme received more or less sup
port of the National party, but its
leading members afterwards drop
ped the matter and supposed it was
dead until its revival yesterday as
an individual measure. It has been
in fact and reality an individual
measure from its origin and was
hence reluctantly received at all
times by the majority of the National
party. There seems to be no party
conclusion that can be logically
drawn from the vote, as members
seem to have lost sight of party
principles and lines during the
herself was one of that fleet prover
bially known as "floating cofllns."
Sonic who gazed on the sight pre
dicted without hesitation that the
people would never be landed safely.
'I he prediction proved only too
A few months later the captain in I
a broken-up condition returned to i
Honolulu us a shipwrecked mariner. I
Ills account of the disaster was a
pathetic one. One of his short
handed and undisciplined crew neg
lected a duty commanded htm, and
the schooner was in a twinkling
thumping on the reef. The crew
and the poor South Sea Islander-
.crumbled over the r.iil into the re
morseless bieafiers and struggled to
the beach, the mothers grasping
their children and every man for
himself. It remained, however, for
the Colonial papers to tell the whole
When the little vessel became un
manageable in the surf and women
and children were bundled over the
side, some of the people began
throwing over the baggage in the
hope of saving their small belong
ings. There was the most frantic
confusion and the struggling unfor
tunates in the water weie hit with
the boxes. A woman had her arm
broken while breasting the waves
with her child in hand. There was
some loss of life, but at tins lapse
of time, not having preserved the
accounts, its extent cannot he re
collected. Such was the manner in which the
Planters' Company or the Reform
Government, whichever you will
have it although most people hold
the Government was the responsible
parly in any case returned the
South Sea Island laborers in 1887.
Had the Howler claims been ten
times as gr,eat as they were, their
payment, apait from any question
of their intrinsic justice, would be
but a small retributive penalty on
Hawaii for the outrage to humanity
committed in the manner in which
the laborers weie returned.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
FLOUR at AUCTION
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
TO-MOKHOW, OH. 'iolli,
,T II O'CI.IH'K A. M.,
Al my salesroom. I will sell at Public
1 ,)()() II V J.
California No. I Flour
In good outer, ju-t landed.
LISWIS ,1. L13VEY,
TO TOR liUS !
AUCTION SALE OF
Hay & Grain!
TO-MOUIJOW. (h'.l. SiiUi,
AT 1(1 O'4'MH'K A M .
At mv Snli'Minom, (uccii Mlcet, I will
sell ill I'ubllc Auction.
ur. m -it ii r ni I ii liny.
II.- fcltn IColW'tt Ilill'lt-V.
20 Barrels Columbia River Allium.
1SSUKI) 1IY THE
,IAS. I' MOKCiAK.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A woman to do housework
Anieiican advcilisct. for a
Exgink Co. No. 1 will (bill this
pveniiiK nl 7 :"() o'clock.
Hawaiian Council No. OS'.), A.
of H., meet thi evening at 7
r Nil ii I'iuih'Inco,
( Propiielor of the 7'edfcin House, Mar
ket Klicct, under IVd.iee Hotel).
Intends to leui.iiu in Honolulu fnrtlie
net thiee or four months for the hciiclli
of Ills lie.illh. dining which time he has
concluded lo open :i
Ladies'Tailoring & Dressmaking
USTA 1 1 1 . 1 SS I I M Oiirs'T.:
Ladies wKhing to hae their Kail and
Whiter Costumes made will do well lo
call at once to :-eeiue their unlets.
Killing Ilablt. Ocntiine Tailor-made
Costumes. Ti'ivcllng W-tcis, Jackets-,
all UicLalcst He-igus in
Promenade and Evening Costumes.
ty- ins universal iimtatiou as a
Kilter anil Dressmaker is too well
known to need anj fmther leenmni nid
ation. He will guarantee peifect saii
tion. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
(Out Temple of Fashion )
A-'P A t'lTION.
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 3!.
AT IO O'CliUCK A. 31.,
AL tho icldeiiec of Pact. KTAPI.KS.
(I)ieknn Premise), llcrctnnhi sheet, I
will sell al Pulilie Auction
The Entire HouseliMil Furniture,
1 Fine Upright Piano,
(Alhei t Conrndi maker) ;
Miuhlctop Center Tahle.
Japanese Screen. Wicker Chillis.
II. C. Kola As Chairs, Hook Cases.
B, W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Feather Pillows. Mosquito Nets,
Caned lu lor Tables,
1 Vliite Automatic Sowing Macliino,
Pots of Ferns, Etc., Hie.
Gash Assets, : : : : :
IU1IAKI A. aicOUmVY. 1'roMtilviit.
Xt& For full particulars apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian IslandH.
TIIEO. II. DAVIES & CO
The Minister of Inteiior gives
notice that under the Plant Disease.
Act. the following gentlemen have
heen appointed Coniniisioncis of
Agriculture for the districts of Noith
and .South Koua, Hawaii : W. M tiller
(Chairman), 1). II. Nahinu and .1. P.
Ladies will he pleased to learn that
Honolulu has at last a ladies tailor,
an artist in the craft, who never
makes misfits and guarantees satisfac
tion in all cases. The new establish
incut has heen opened at the corner
of Fort and Hotel streets hy Mr.
Alfied Neuman, propiietoi of the
famous Kedfern House of San Fran
cisco. The Honolulu hianeli will he
run peisonally hy Mr. Neuman for
the next thiee months.
LINOLEUM, CAHPKT & HUGS,
TRUNKS A: VALISES,
HATS A: CAPS.
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPKS, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES, jg&jpLS
KcniMuno Oil" ALOHA."
SADDLEUY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET RETS,
RUBBER COATS A: OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LV KR W ARE, STATIONERY ,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Chad' Cutters & Cam Knives.
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
sr. Iloilisler &, Co. have just le
cciwil a eonsi";iiinent of this
A SUBJECT FOR SILENCE.
Defenders of the late Government
would benefit the reputation of their
party I13' remaining silent about the
ilowler claims. There is not a blacker
page in the record of an3' party in this
country than would he that giving
the full history of the returning of
South Sea Island laborers in 1887.
When it is maintained that the ser
vice in (ptestion was purely a matter
of the l'lanters Labor and Supply
Company, then equivocation and
suppression of part of the truth is
committed. The foreign represent
atives who insisted on the return of
thejaborers do not deal with private
coiporations in the exercise of their
The whole story of the return of
the poor South Sea Islanders is not
generally known. Mr. Bowler had
made arrangements clean and above
hoard for doing the work for the
Government. He had a commo
dious vessel for their transportation.
The revolutionaiy Government, car
rying revolutionary ideas into every
thing, repudiated the contract made
hy their predecessors with Mr. Bow
ler. They did this not because that
gentleman's arrangements were
faulty or insiillicient, hut because
they knew that the Pacllic Naviga
tion Company wanted the Job. That
corporation was in the credit of tin
The schooner prepared hy the
I'ikjIIIo Navigation Company nailed
with Its' cargo of Immunity, And
litii'ilt'imrtnin was a illigiiuie to ilin
llinviiiiiui (iovuriiiiiinit mill nn cii'illl
id Urn rpiri!viiiitutlvit of ilin Powni'ti
lm look fiction In IiuvIiik ilin lulior
rr inliiriHul. Tim vu wii rowi.
ml w) liyiMHtly "ltd lln iinforluiiu!"
wfljili" IP! ilimi) ilhl not Kuuni tolH'
flu fur Ujy unm l ilo Uiulr tlul)1!
mi it felulii lu ijjuliit iiuiii of
Mk. Samuel l. Ko.se, Honolulu
Agent of the New York Mutual Life
Insurance Co., is disti Uniting a linely
illustrated hook of some forty pages
descriptive of the wealth, enterprise
and stability of the company lie re-pie-sents.
The volume is most artis
tically gotten up, containing twenty
four full page illustrations on line
paper, in blue tint, of the interior of
the company's magnificent Now York
building and ollices. together with
two excellent portraits, one of Rich
aid A. McCuuly, picsident, and the
other of ltohert A. Grannihs, vice-
pie.sident of theeolossal company.
t& For s'de by the Cae, Doen or
I'.ollle al the stie of
HOLLISTER & CO.,
I5S7 Foilstieet. . Iw
WILL leave for tho Coast hy the
"S. S. Australia." expecting to
letiirn hy the same steamer, to imive
November 11th. He tal.es pleasure in
being permit led to leave hi patients in
caieof D0CT0H DAY. Oil! ill
T AKtJli Airy Kooni, iii-
siaiis, iiufuruiPhiMl. lately
oeciiiiied bv llouanl fliteli-
eoeU. Itiiiiiie at Auileisou ,t f.undy's
Dental OlUee. lilll lw
i O LET
AYOL'XfS Ameiiean Man wants
woik, Inside or out. Jteferencea
given. Addiess 'II,'" Hamilton House.
1$kJ A TWO-JlOOMKn Cottage,
$l$h furnished or iinfuriiisli-
eil, centrally located. Apply
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
A WOMAN to do hniiRPwmk and
sew. Good wagci-. Apply at
tills oltlee. una lit
DKSl JUIH.i: FivcBoom
Cot tune with nannies.
detached cook-house and ser
vants' moms, larjre stable, etc., on Xuu-
auu Avenue, near School Micct Large
yaid with fruit t reef and ehoiee lloweis.
Item leisoualile. Apply to
(is!) If Mils. U. A KONG.
. this olliee.
AGIKL to acsUt
in neneral hnuse
of hiisbimd, wife
and Infant; Geiiuan ineleried. Apply
at this olliee. (iS'.i :il
TIIOltOL'GII reliable Ameiiean
Lady wishes a position as house
keeper or as invalid nurse, would not
mind going to home of the other Isl
ands. Address "M," this olliee.
AVKKY Convenient and
Uesbahle Cottage fur
nished or unfurnished, near
the old baseball ground at MaklUl Ai
ply al (it'l.K'K'H AOKNOY,
(!7 If !tS MeieliaiU stieet.
ASUITK of Three Nicely
FuiuLshed Jtooms, two
hi'ihooiuri and pallor. 011
Punchbowl .street near r.ilucu Walk;
sultahle for two single gentlemen.
Apply to ,
lilll II II.F. HKlJUAltn
HTOItISS TO LIST.
AN oppoitiiulty of buying an liileiest
In sonuiKiiiull hiisliicKsiisliilillshed
hi Honolulu, Address, Killing lmlmf
and niiiileiiliiiK, "Uiihlness," IIi'i.i.iitin
Ulllce. lIHj lw
AHITI'.VnnNThy 11 iingle middle
aged geiieial miirlihiUl and en
gineer, well pnxii'ilnn nimliie win), mid
lrilllM'HKlllfH giiiill, Tim MM)'
hoki of lefeieiii'ii 11 hi ahilll), rhuiMf
Ini'llllil IIIIIIIIM'I. eh. nildll'M "ILi"
I 111! Hi lUJ' Mill hy lli
Ui 1 ittUliiiJ M iJ.
rp O Sillies oil King Ml eel
1 tecenily occupied hy
Mr. Cluis. HuMacc, to let at
leiisonuhle leulnl. Pieiiilses have been
I hoioiiidily leiiovaled, 1'of-e.s.slon al
once, Apply to
.1. BOTH WELL,
Inlei lor Olliee.
VOll MSA HIS
fMIAT 'I'liiel or IMicel of
I .ainl xliniiied In I'lilnln
Viillci, ronliilnliig nil nii'4 of
pill ami mine ur lo mid
heluilldliU in Ilia 'lulu of
Cliiih Loiigi ii'i'iiui'i. A mw may hi'
gheii fur n limn ul yiMiniii;l liiiiiii'jlluii'
piiMUMlmi, II ilwliwl. 'Ililn.Iuimwii
Ur 11 H'llll 0 U'H U'Ui Djiili'i', lt'ii'
iiilmmm nun mnm en iwnn'i
J AS. F. MORGAN,
C.ill i"t Auelloneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Kv oider of the OAHU IIAILWAY A"
' I.ANM) CO. I will sell at I'ublie
Aiieiion at I'eail City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
at si o':i.m;ii i. ...
A limited number of those deMi able
Biiiluiiig Lots at Pearl City
The Company have expended L'0,00l
to pioeure an' aniple sujiply of pine
mountain water, resulting in the com
pletion of two largo Kcservolrs with
storage of neatly 2,000,000 gallons.
1'iom a dlstrlbiitine Keservolr with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above sea level, water
has been laid along Lchua Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot hi a u-iuch Cast
Iron Pipe, fiom which water will be
supplied hy the Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself in tho
Heeds to carry puichascrs and their
families and set vauts by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
Al I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
Dm lug a lei m of !) yeais from the date
of inn ehae.
These special Jtales of Fare will be
transferable with the propel ty dining
the term named in Ihe Oiigiuiil Deed.
Trains will always he i un for leasonahle
accommodation of lesldents at Pearl
City. Trains will leach Honolulu at
(i : 15 and 8 or 8 AT and 1 1 :5( it. in., leave
Honolulu for Pearl l Ity and way Sta
tions at 8:15 a. m and 1:15 ami 4 to
I :'M and .1:15 to fiiiil) p. in. subject how
ever to such changes as may be fioin
lime to time found neces.saiy for the
conveuieiu'e of the public or business
Intel ests of the Conip'iny. Kening
Trains will also be urn whenever llieie
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots where the most
charming view can lie Jiad fiom the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fionilng on Lchua, Malic or
Woodlawn Avenues; this is a most
charming location for lesidences, as all
agiee who have taken the tiouhle to
walk up Lchua Avenue above the Ewa
Court House. As a health, icsr.it. a
better situation cannot he found. To
assist sotilers, the following easy terms
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-Third in 5 yearB,
With Interest al 7 Per Cent.
Thus making It possible for tho most
limited in means, to procure a line
healthy lesideuee. Distance is anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people living at Peail Cllv will
reach Honolulu in less time limn h
lakes to come fiom Walkikl hy the
nidhmry means of travel, while the ex-pciii-o
for a pel. son will uol he mine
than the cents per day gieater Ihau llie
pieseul cost of tiavel lo Walkikl hy
Now is your lime lo procuio
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Pilci'A lower than Ihey can eyei he
bought hi Hie fiiliuc.
Don't Lot Your Opportunity Slip
If oii do win will live to iiuolu Hie
"hind Mglil1' iiyliu8 w m ollcu hnur
finiii uimiiu who liml it dIiiiiiiui In buy
Ihe wiiolnuf Kulimkiilmu I'lulnn fur a
miig, hut limy didn't I A wind lu Ihe
whit U siilllehiiil,
tWilnn( llm I.oIk run he mill ill
iho iiiili'iv of Dm Pimiihi IliiiihuuitOfi,,
IUHIIi)ll MIU Wlli, MHU'I i ii I in
FERTILIZERS:-Ohlendoif's Dissolved lViuvian Guano, Ohleniloif's Special CaneMnnme.
LONDON PURPLE: HfJeetu.il dcstioyernr rmato. Cotton , Canker Wouns, i:te.
SCRUB EXTERMINATORi-Desiroysall Noxious Weeds Senilis.
BAGS:-Kuai-, Kite, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS. NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Huiln-aelng the latest improvement., lu mnteiial and texture .
G ii lvn u i 'oil AVater
.Slant ly expected a
line line of
Pipe, CorniRatocI Iron, Fonco -Vir',
PilKi Fi Mil irs, Etc., Klo..
to tlii.H trade.
The Thoroughbred Percheron
Impoiled by Hon. S Paiker. will stand
tor a slioi I time at
T. Lisliman's Stable,
J- TKltMS w:t. b'
Telephones, Nn. H'.l..
I. O. ISox Wl-1.
Hustace, Sfjng Street.
CENTRAL IEW MRKET,
flSNuiiaiiu Street, SX
In the new building, adjoining Love's
Bakeiy. where you can pio-
euie tlie choicest
Boef, Million, Veal, Pork,
No. 1 Fork Bauiagt), Smoked Tongues,
Beef Saniige, Smoked Muttou fluus,
Bologna Sausnge, Bplccd Beef,
OirniauBonsaije, Oorned Pork & Bouf.
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
F8T Your iiatronage is respectfully
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed in
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tele. 3G3 -Uiay Mutual Tele. 3G2
limine, leased the storeh in the luick building known as the
'Lincoln Itlock," neaily opposite the old stand, and having dir.po.sed
of thai poilion of my slock damaged by the late liie, and hem",
in lcceipl of New Hoods per last Mieaincr, and moie on the wav, 1
am piep.ned to till all oideis as befoie. Thanking the public lot
lie uncial lutiomiee bestowed on me for the ii.ikI seven vnnm. I
hope by uompl attention to all orders tomerit aconlinu.ince of Ihe
same. Al the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
loiucrs, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island oideis solicited and faithfully executed.
JtAM LMJIJfgiBrJWlWJMMtfW1MlWlBHM.TfmW j lpNt W( i.M .
Without a Kivtil in Price & Quality 1
Ono-thhd the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It
gW A Having of :::! Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Beat
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands
llolcl s-il.. : I lonol ulii.
.1. II. r'lKUKIi, Plop.
Itoai'daiul Lodging, per week, (ac
conliiu; lo ioe.uioii ol loom-...
10 III) lo .?!-' O'l
Transient, per (lay 2 00
Tahle ftoaid, per week 7 00
sjiiiL'le .Meals fill
BeiyVisliors will lln.l this one of the
most eiuufoi table and eon veulent houses
in tlie city, the rooms being huge, light
and airy. Hot and cold water baths.
njiilui iiiyHiilmiouiii, Ijiiiiulnlii, Iuup
ii luiunu iiiiuiiiiuiiuii ill II iw uuimnmii
I make a speelillly of lepahlng line
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc.,
And giiariiuten llrst-class work at
model ate prices.
Hotel St., under the "ArlhiKlnu."
C7!) 1 in
rpilK Young Company having bought
I. this well-known icsiiiuruut, U
piepmed to keep a heller luliln than
iiefoie, The best food In tiui miiiket
will be (.eiM'd,
Ihmiding lu pilialu tooiu, pur week
ItMHIMMIMMMIMIMMMIM I H etl
Single Meal., , , ..llfi els
Ihiiiiillng hi public loom, per twH
hlligh' Ml'ltl.. ii.... ..iii.iiV'i I'lh
Ifaving removed our SODA WOHK8 to moie eoinniodioiiR (piarterf at.
IVo. 29 3rT,OJE.rX, STREET,
(Near the Custom House)
We aie now piepaied to furnish at whoil notice, ami of piime fpialily, an1
of the fallowing High Olass Aeiatcd Heveragcw: " '
PiD, Sleet, Leion, Strawfierry or Creai Sofia,
SarBaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron "Water, and Crab
lining exclusively the HYATT 1'UilE WATER SYSTEM,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
III ll U IIIHIWI
u ill riuiMi
imm M a ilwPiuuliiuui
I III 111)
T11K ICnpiolnul Maternity Home has
two rooms lo accommodate paying
patients. Ladles of moderate means
who wish to M'cuio a home on reason
able teiiu. befoie and dm lug the time
of their eoulliieiiKiut, where the bcsl of
food, attendance., mirfttug and medical
skill will be piovlded, will please apply
al Ihe Home lo Mis. Miller, the matron,
who will attend lo admittance, give
lei ins or other lufoimailou rcipihcd.
Honolulu, oci. i, ihiHi. urn :im
CAPTAIN H. LlKlilbnily, of Ihe hark
"IMiker," will not be lespousihle
inr any iicuih couiraclcil hv
without bis wrlllen order. '
ITMIOM and idler this dale we will not
1 he rcspoiiMble for nil) height after
wiinc liti been dnllieied nl any Million.
I'aillchio wlmiii fieighl Ik eniinlgued
IIIIIM IhmiI Hie lnllim lo Ii reive their
.Nufii'lghl will Im lecuhi'd fur Milp
nieiil linlwi'i'ii the huiii nf riiiHI mid II
iiVluM, ii. in , iiml hi'hH'uii I bin iiml 'J
iiVlne!) p. hi,
illi'lil nl (iii)(;lll nllJiuill piU'lil tj) niiiH"
will mil liiMli'liiliinl fur
iw1'auiivmi1ui w mmm minr
IJiiuiduU. MUmr1 WH
JKAlPLA having nmdo, an asslgu-
uieul lo the uuileislgiied for Ihe
henelll of Ids eiedllorh, all ieiM)ns liny,
lug claims against wild .1. Kabila aie
leipicHted to pie-ent them wllhiu two
mmitliH at iho olliee of llyinau liiotheis
mid nil who me Indebted to .1. Kalulu
iiiiiM make hiiiiiedlnte piiymuiil In llie
ASSICiNICIC'H NOTIOH, "
I HOUmlMIHi.fKiimi.Mm v.
ft lug iiunlo mi nlgiiiiieni (,f ,
iinpeil) it llm llllilei.lgiied fur p.
heil Ml h Ueied llm. nmlmi I. I... .,!...
Khl'll lllill nil iil ilgnliikl him ni,
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