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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FKIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1892.
Fill HAY, Aug. l'J.
Sohr Lnvinia from AVninnae
Stmr W Q Unit from Hawaii mill Maui
Stmr .1 A Cummins from Kooluii
Sclir Knuikcaouli for Koluila
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Haw bk Leahi, Nelson, for l'ugot Sound
Tlio steamer W
O. Hull arrived
Tbe British bark Kooringa was ducked
The schooner Aloha and bark Forct
Q11ee.11 are lying at tho old Custom Houte
The steamers 'Waialenle and Iwnlanl ly
ing in tho stream, aro receiving 11 general
overhauling both in and ontside.
The Hawaiian hark l.eahl will leave for
the Sound in ballast, eventually to pro
ceed to Departure Hay. She will return
with a cargo of coal, alter which bhe will
go to Slam to load sugar for San Francisco.
The I.eahi would have taken sugar this
trip only sugar is scarce.
MKEK At tbe Maternitv Homo, Aug. VI,
to the wife of lliileiuauo Meek, a
Tried for Vagrancy.
Harry Gregson was tried in tho
Police Court this morning on a
charge of vagrancy. Tho ovidonco
was not confined to tho charge, and
much was said about poi and paint
being substituted for opium. Evi
dence was given by tho defense to
the effect that Gregson had boon an
industrious and hardworking j'oung
man and ' had been engaged for
some time by several parties. Only
yesterday, tho day after his arrest,
Gregson was engaged to work at tho
O. R. & L. Co.'s wharf. Police Jus
tice Hopkins aftor summing tip said
it was a peculiar case and ho would
take it under consideration. Greg
son was formerly mate on tho mis
sionary packet Morning Star. Thoro
is somo talk about Gregson being
arrested on a charge of conspiracy
in having bogus opium for salo.
Take Good Caro of tho Children.
If you have children you will bo
interested in tho experience of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. Ho says: "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very sovero and dangerous
attacks of bloody flux, The doctor
bore was unablo, aftor a week's timo,
to check or relieve either case. 1
throw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhom Remedy, Im
provement was seen very soon and
my children arose in a few days
fiom what I feared would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For salo by all doalors. Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agents.
'Bank of Hawaii."
Thoro is somo fears that Horner's
"suicidal" Banking Bill will pass tho
Legislature. To prevent this, all
should get a Bill from tho Hawaiian
News Company, study it, and show
up its weak points to all you meet.
Mr. Lander's Recommendation.
Mr, J. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widoly known in that State, says of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrluea Remedy; "I hnvo seen its
good results and can recommend
it." For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
The lent Ihiny to semi to your friend
ubroiul is Kimj Ikon, "J II tint rated Sou
venir of Hawaii," which imjotlen up for
the purjme, and in not an adverthement.
LOOAL AND GENEBAL NEWS.
Diamond Iload, 3 p. 111., weather
hazy; wind nortlieast.
Thoro will bo a mass mooting at
1'alaeo Squaro to-morrow evening.
A troo in roar of tlio Boll tele
phone ollico is thickly infested with
tlio soalo bug.
At L. J. Lovoj-'s salo of jewelry to
morrow nothing will bo reserved,
so that bargains aro assured,
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bowler will
leave on tho S. S. Australia on Wed
nesday for a short visit to tho Coast.
Tho now dovieo for loading and
discharging coal in course of con
struction at tho O. K. iV. L. Co.'s
landing is noaring completion.
Tho assumpsit suit of Morilz K.
Hose vs. Nannio Rico is being heard
this afternoon, jury waived in the
Supronio Court before Judge Dole.
J. F. Morgan will hold a sale of
jewelry at tho store of J. Ilubash
on Fort street, to-morrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock, by order of Mrs. Bat
eholor. Lewis M. Johnson, photographer,
charged with common nuisance, will
bo tried to-morrow morning in tho
Police Court. The defendant is out
Kov. Thos. L. Gulick of Makawao.
having exchanged pulpits with Kov.
Dr. Beckwith for four weeks, will
conduct services in Central Union
church during that time.
The Ahahui Melo Hawaii Xocau
had a rehearsal of tho "Crusaders"
at Kawaiahao Church this morning.
Tho second presentation of tho can
tata will bo given to-morrow evening.
There will bo a sale of household
furniture at tho salesroom of J. F.
Morgan at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Some law books belonging to tho
lato George E. Richardson will alto
bo sold at tho time.
Judgo Dole heard proof of claims
in tho bankruptcy caso of Tai -Loy
to-day in tho Supremo Court. Ten
creditors proved claims amounting
to SJ!).rJ. W. R. Cahtlo was appointed
assignee under a bond.
Row J. A. Cruzan, formerly pastor
of Central Union Church of this
city, reeontly recoived a call to tho
Third Congregational Church in St.
Louis, which ho declined. Tho call
has been renewed, and Mr. Cruzan,
who is now 111 ban I' rancisco, may
Tho steamship Gaelic will bo due
at this port from Hongkong and
Yokohama next Wednesday tho 17th
on route to San Francisco. Tho
steamship Oceanic will bring tho
noxt mail from San Francisco, being
duo hero on tho 23d inst. on hor way
to Japan and China.
Soy Young, a Chinaman, who has
been managing a cho fa bank on
Borotania street for somo months,
will leave on tho noxt steamer for
China. Soy Young stated to an in-
timato friend tho other day that ho
had made 10,000 in tho timo ho has
been managing a cho fa bank, and ho
John Brown, an old and respected
native, died at his residonco at Ka
kaako, at 10 o'clock last night after
a lingering illness. Brown was a
hacknian for many years and being
a stead, industrious man, had ac
cumulated quite a fortune. James
Mahonoy, hackman, is a stepson of
tho departed old gentleman.
Nalivo divers may lie seen daily
diving for coals which have dropped
into tho bay from coal-discharging
vessels. Tho coals aro for sale. It
is interesting to seo tho divers stay
ing long under water and coming up
with two or three junks of coal.
Three natives have "formed a kind of
company and have purchased a scow.
A coroner's inquest was held yes
terday afternoon in tho ollico of
Deputy Marshal Mohrten, to inquire
into the death of John Silveria, who
was buried alive on Punchbowl tho
other day. A vordict was returned
to the oHect that Silveria camo to
his death through carelessness while
engaged in digging a sand bank, al
though ho was. warned three times.
Four Hawaiian members of tho
Legislature this afternoon offered to
undertake tho duties of tho Presi
dent of tho Board of Health without
salary. Rep. Bipikano caused no
little amusement by his remarks. Ho
said that if ho was president ho
would allow married lopor men to
take thoir wives to Molokoi with
them,' quoting his authority from
Tho Hawaiian bark Loahi will take
a number of Japanese males for Pu
get Sound. Thoy aro all of tho lab
oring class, and aro seeking employ
ment in tho United States. One of
them stated that thoy intended to go
to San Francisco but were unable
to secure immediate passage, Peo
ple on tho Pacific Coast aro doing
some tall kicking about this influx
of Japs into that country, and thoro
is a movement to force it on the
Government's attention, as tho Japs
will undermine tho while laborers
in that country.
FmiiAY, Aug. 12, 181)2.
Prayer was delivered by Chaplain
Waiamau nt 10 o'clock. Minutes of
tho previous meeting were read at
10:in o'clock by Clerk McCarthy and
approved as usual.
Noblo Marsdeii from tho commit
tee on ways and means presented a
report on Board of Health items re
commending changes as follows:
Salary or President 1,800; salary
of Secretary .?.'J,()00j general ex
penses $1.'$,!170; segregation, support
and treatment of lepers .?2,1(il; sup
port of 11011-loprous children of
lepers $.'),l:t(). Tabled for consider
ation with the Appropriation Bill.
Minister Widoniann presented
answers to questions relative to tho
means provided to pay amounts duo
tho Qahu Railwa' Co., by tho Gov
ernment and that the Appropria
tion Bill provides for tho amount
that can bo claimed. When the pro
sent Bill was prepared there appear
edto bo no probability that any addi
tion would bo made to tho present
railway and consequontlx no appro
priation, if during tho session of
tho Legislature it is ascertained that
addit ional road bo built an appropria
tion ought to bo made to meet tho
Minister Widenianu in answer to
questions relative to tho return of
fees paid by candidates for election,
stated that Section 17 of Chap. 8(5,
Laws of 181)0, provides that each
candidate for Representatives shall
deposit with the Minister of the In
terior 25 and each candidate for
Tho samo section further provides
that these amounts shall bo paid in
to the Treasury as a Government re
alization. As no money can bo paid
out of tho Treasury without appro
priation by the Legislature,' it fol
lows that tlio Government cannot
refund to any candidate the money
so deposited under tho conditions
stated by tho lion, members from
Minister Spencer in answer to
questions propounded by Noblo
Marsdeii in regard to tho dredging
of the Honolulu harbor bar, stated
in writing that:
1st. Tho conditions of tlio con
tract aro that tho sand is to be de
posited within tho space enclosed
for a dumping ground. The pipo
lino is to bo constructed and main
tained bj' tho Government. This
lino is now constructed out a dis
tance of 1700 feet from the dumping
ground and to a depth of 22 foot of
2d. It is a fact that at prosont tho
dredgings aro discharged outside,
and for tho reason that sand hum
mocks on the oxtromo outer edge of
tho bar aro being' levelled. When
tho hummocks aro levelled tho
Fronch ship of war (Dubourdiou) at
present outside can with safety cross
tho bar and enter tho harbor of
Honolulu, should hor commanding
oflicor so desiro. This discharging
outside will end 011 tho 12th, when
the dredgo will again begin on the
Waikiki side of tho bar. These out
side dredgings cannot be carried
into tho dumping grounds without
incurring great, expense for pipe
Rep. R. W. Wilcox questioned tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs as fol
lows: 1. Is it true that Great Bri
tain has mado an offer to purchase
the Island of Niihau? 2. Any nego
tiations now going on? 21. Does tlio
Government know of any other in
tended purchases of Hawaiian terri
tory? !. Is tho Government doing
anything toward selling or leasing
Pearl Harbor to tlio United States
Government? f, lias our Minister
at Washington any .instructions re
garding these subjects? (5. Please
to furnish copies of letters referring'
to or touching upon the transfer of
any portion of Pearl Harbor.
Rep. Kamauoha under suspension
of tho rules read a petition from
Honolulu that .?7WX) bo appropriated
for tho purpose of digging an artes
ian well nt Palama. Referred to
special committee on Water Works.
Noble Thurston from the Com
mittee on Public, Lands reported on
Bill 125, to authorize tho .Minister of
Interior to convoy to tho Honolulu
Sailors' Homo Society a certain
piece of land in tho city of Hono
lulu. 'The commit tee say
that tho sito asked for is directly
opposite tho new market and will
lie in the nature of a small public
park or squaro in that part of tho
city, greatly beautifying it when
planted with trees, grass and Dow
ers. The land is mjw un
occupied and brings tho Govern
ment no revenue. Under tho circum
stances tho committee recommend
that tho bill do pass. The report
was tabled for consideration with
The samo member from the same
committee reported on Bill 151, re
lative to tho publication of a list of
I tho Government landings by tho
Minister of Interior, in which pub
lic money has been spent, or in
which tho public have required ia
right of use. Tho committee con
sider that the principle involved is
a good one. The lights of
the public 111 each landing must be
ascertained by investigation into
each cao. Tho bill docs not fully
cover the ground which the com
mittee think necessary: and they
herewith submit a substitute bill in
place thereof. Report accepted and
tabled and substitute bill referred
to the Printing Committee.
From the same committee by t lie
same, a report relating to Bill
l.'JO to amend tho Road Hoard Law
of 181)0. After relating the various
sections of the bill, and specially
showing that the amendment in
tended by the bill was to leiuove the
obligator portion of tho Law of
lS'.K) compelling a Road Supervisor
for each district, and to permit the
act of appointment of a Road Super
visor to bo discretionary with the
Road Board. The com
mittee say Hint having recommend
ed the original amendment and the
others being . merely incidental
thereto thoy recommend the bill
pass. Report tabled for considera
tion with the bill.
At 11:07 tho Order of tho Day
being moved and carried, the Assem
bly resolved into Committee of the
Whole, Rep. Waipuilani being called
to tho chair,aud proceeded with con
sideration of the Appropriation Bill.
A motion was made that items
under tho heads of Landings and
Buoys and of the Island of Maui, be
Minister Spencer advocated the
consideration of items under the
head of the Board of Health, and
that department was considered.
A lengthy discussion took place
relative to deferring consideration
of tho item of salary of the Presi
dent of tho Board of Health on ac
count of a bill being before tho
llouso to abolish tho ollico.
Pending action the committee at
12 took recess until 1:250 p. 111.
Booked to I,oavo.
The following names aro booked
at the ollico of W. G. Irwin As Co. to
leave for tho Coast on the S. S. Aus
tralia noxt Wednesday:
Mr and Mrs John F Bowler, Mrs
Macdonald, Mrs A A Lewis, J F
Hackfeld and family, C Koelling,
wife and 1 children, MVs Palmer and
daughter, Miss H Snodgrass, Mrs
Lieutenant Berry and daughter, W
A Burck and wife, J II Wilson, Win
Savidge, J as Wallace, II 13 Cooper,
Oraf Sorenson, W B Bicknoll, Miss
It Roth, S Roth, II Mott, F A
Schaefer, wife and 2 children, Miss
Grace Robertson, A Wortlieini, J W
Hamilton, wife and child, Mrs Silvia,
Col Clans Sprockets and family, Mrs
E C Judd, Mrs E A Schulenberg,
Miss West, A II Glasscock and wife,
Mrs II E Silvester, Mrs C Wurth,
C L von Burnken.
Notico to Mariners.
A rock not shown on tho charts,
in Houston Stewart channel, near
tho entrance lo Rose harbor, Queen
Charlotte Islands, on which the
Dominion Government steamer
Quadra struck May It, 18'.2, has
been examined by tho navigating
oflicor of II. B. M. S. Champion.
Tho rock (Quadra rock) lies mid
way between Ross Island and Ellon
Island, and consists of a shoal patch
:i(')0 foot long by ISO Toot wide; the
two shoalest spots are at either ex
treme, with a least depth of (i feet
at low water spring tides, and 12 to
M feet in other place. Soundings
of 5 to 7 fathoms were obtained off
tho edge of the shoal. The bottom
is rock, and can bo distinctly seen at
high water. Tho shoal is marked at
slack water by two small patches of
kelp at either end, and when the
Hood and ebb streams aro running
it is marked by overfalls and tide
ripples. Tho rise of spring tides
was observed to bo 10 feet.
1. Lillio has a milk cow
a calf for salo.
C J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of H., will
meet this evening.
Beef, Iron it Wine at tho Now
Drugstore. Price SI.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 7!5 Borotania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Homo, 5',) and HI Hotel
month 25c. and
and -SI. 2.' a week.
by day, week or
fiOc, a night; $1
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
ken street, opposite the V. M. C, A.
hall, piomisus lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, to 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings (1 to 7 j Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 1U7 ; Mutual fc$2,
OUR STOCK OF I
AM, OK WHICH AUK KltKSH. KVKI5Y
l'AC 1CA0 K C. IT A It AN TKK I).
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COKNKi: KOKT AND KINO ST1SKKTS.
BY virtue of n Writ of Kxcctilion
it-Micd out of the I'uln'o Court, on
tlio lfitli day of .lul., A. 1). 18112,
ujzuinM. Sun IlinK. dcfcnd'Uil, in fuvoi
of V l'cck, pl.iiniill, for tlio sum of
$12-1.01 1 have levied upon unit bliull
expoM1 for Nile at lliu Police Station,
in tln District of Honolulu, I-dand of
O11I111, ul 12 o'clock of TUEM)AY,
the Kith day of August, A. I). 1SD2,
to tlio liilu:t. bidder, all the light,
litlts null interest, of tho t-aiil Sun
lling, defendant, in and to the follow
ing piopcrty, union" i-aid judgment,
intcrcM, co-l and my expensco be pre
List of property for Mile:
2 Show Cici. with Contents,
2 Kmpty Demijohns,
Lot of Cli.ucoal,
Lot of Diy (Joods, Uioeoiiu.-, Tin
Gl .1 ami Ciookorv Wares,
1 (iln-s Globe, ' gold li-h).
(Signed) C IS. WILSON,
.Mm i. -hal.
Honolulu, .I'llv IS, 1M)2.
I!)(i :ti-:!0 -It,
rpHK 1SUHINKSS OKTHK I.ATK K. A.
JL UuKO of Kulnu, Kaual, will bo cami-d
011 as beriitoforu by bis Mm, l. A. Ib'KO, in
bis own iiiiinu. M. A. Kl'.tiO.
Koloa, Ivanai, Aug. 1, 1ft!)-'. . lft!l-.rt
-VTOT10K IS HKUKIJY (ilYKN THAT
iy tlio unclcrsiKiied, Clio.-!; Lock, bus
tiansfcrrt'd bis nlmro in tbo bu.iiie-j of
Hop IIoiik Co., tailors, No. HI Niinaim
strci-t, to 0. Wall Sin, and Unit tbo under
signi'd lias no furl bcr icsjioiwibilily for or
011 account of tbo -aid linn.
Honolulu, Aug. s, lwu. I!ll-lw
rpni: KNDKKSKiNKH, HAVINti IIKKN
X duly aiiioiutiil Administrator of the
Kstiito of I'. A. Uko of Koloa, Kauai, dc-ccitM-d,
linicby uotllius all iht-oiis Indebted
to tlio mi id 'Kstatu that tboy must make
immediate, payment to liim; and all er
Mins claiming against tbo bitiil K. A. Itego,
deceased, iiiu.st nre-ent their claims to him
at Koloa, Kauai, within sixy days or thoy
will bit foiover barred.
.M. A. UKdO.
Koloa, Kauai, Aug. 1, lb!).'. Isji-ot
rpHK UNDICIISKiNKl), AHSKJNKi: OK
X tho lMiitu of Dr. lliehard Oliver,
l!aiil;iilit. of Honolulu. Oahu. herebv
uotllius tlio creditors of paid Itankrupt,
that ho lias submitted bis accounts assueh
Assignee and tiled the Mime liufoiu Hon.
S. II. Dole, A.ssoeiato Justice of tho Sup
remo Court, nt his Chambers, to whom he
will at 10 o'eloul; a. m. on TllUUSDAY,
tho ISth of August, 1MIJ, apply for 11 set
tlement of said account, for 11 disoliaige
from all liability as such Assignee, and for
unorder to inaU'ea limit dividend; ami Unit
any person may then mid them appear and
contest the Mime.
CHAS. T. fiUI.ICK,
Assignee Kstato of Dr. It. Oliver.
Honolulu, Aug. IU, It.!).'. IIM-71
Lost, Strayed or Stolon.
brand and very fat,
stands about 11V, hands
IiIl-Ii. tliu nronurtv of
Mr. F. W. Macfarlaiie. --'r-s -
The uiili)ial has been missing ten days. A
suitable, reward will be given 011 letiirniug
Miuiu to tho Union Feed Co,, Queen stieet.
Small lilack ami Tan
Toy Terrier Dog, with ow liar's
Ilium) 011 collar, A reward
Mill bo paid for bis K-tiirii to
K. W. HOLDmWOHTII,
At Tlu-o. II. Davies . Co,V nllli-e.
Honolulu, Aug. ID, let).'. I'.U-tf
When you want a Portrait linlanjed
rail on Kiwj Hro., aet their I'riee List,
and see Samples, They can't be beat I
IS TDK LKADINO
J. Daily Paper of the
cents pur monui.
is limilft ;
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER
In .A-rry Style of
Eye Glasses or Spectacles
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUG&ISTS,
Fort Street, - - - KCon.oliol'u., TL. I.
hildren's Hats -
Tli Largest ssor-trrierrt
CAN UK I'OKND AT
IDsT. S- SACHS7
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
OlIILDItKN'S LACK HATS,
OH I LDIiKN'ri .MULL HATS,
OHILDItKN'S SILK HATS,
OHILDKKN'.S .MUSLIN HATS,
CHILDKKN'S STItAW HATS,
OHILDItKN'S LKUHOKN HATS.
IN RANTS' LACK ItONNKTS,
INFANTS' Cllll-TON ltONNKTrf,
INFANTS' MUSLIN IIONNKTS,
INFANTS' SILK DONNKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
HU1 MELE HAWAII NOEAU
Will Repeat the Opera of
For tbe bent-lilt of that church,
Saturday Evening, August 13tli,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Tickets will be found at
IIOI.LISTKU .v. CO.,
HAWAIIAN' XUWS CO.,
HOIHSON, XK W.MAN A: CO.,
KLITF, IC1-: CltlOAM I'AIII.OIIS.
Adults 50c. Children 25c.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
1 TTIIK ANNUAL MKKTINd OFTHK
J Stockholders of the Hoiioniu Sugar
I'omp.iny held tills day, the following
OJIIcers were elected for tlio ensuing year:
,(!eo, 11. KobertMill,
A. 0. l-oveklii.
A. C. I.OVKKIN,
Beeretarv Hoiiomu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. lb, isil.', UU-lm
Mtssr. h'iny llroa. are showiny a fine J'or.Uimldiuijs, Ihihiei, 1'axtet, Arto
line of llamboo and other tyle Parlor types, I'hotoijravure, Iiti-hinij, and
hotels, Wall llraeheis, una inaow
1 Cornices, of Prices to mat the times,
NOTICE TO SPOItTSMEN !
A 1,1, 1'UliPONR At!!". KOItHIDDKN
V tolNb, xluifit.ilrivocnttle, or other
wlo trosin'i on anv of the property of
the llillyliii'ilv Plantation without mic-
i-IhI p('rnili(in of the nndiTiigued. Any
11 "r'on found on the croiiniiH without
Illicitly tbe legal ,iiiuil it v of "ScliMltrc
Stno'ii'lf"' IWiIit ('iiiirblge" such a"
Hfe -old nnl.i lij it will be prooeilted
I ' HAWAIIAN llAUDWAIIK CO.,
,' Honolulu, A if?, .'i, lS!i. (I.'d)
j3cS Iicfurrino; lo Hie above
wi.' dosii'i; It) state that our supply
Sinukrlrsi Powder I'iirlrid
the demand for thorn
past few weeks, luiv-
exceetlod our expectations,
those of our customers who
contemplate wrestling with the
(lodging elude and phrolicsome
pheasant on September 1st we
suggest the advisability of calling
early for their ammunition.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THK At STKA.MSHir
WILL LKAVK HONOLULU
roll TIIK. MlOVi: I'OIST'ON
Wednesday, August 17th,
jA.t noon .
The under-lirlied are now prmuired to
Issue Thiuiigh Ticket- from this city to all
I points in the I'liiled Slates.
J For further particulars logarding Freight
j or Passage apply to
I Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
I t'.H-ill (leneral Agents.
Per S. S. Australia.
lAt the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
' everything in the line of J'utures, no to
I Kiiki liros,, Hotel strut.
IXJ 2BtV. 4llt & IW
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