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And other nn Examination for I'limuy
Grade Certificates will lo liclit nt the l'ort
trect8cbool on MONDAY, Scj.t. 1, ntul
TUESDAY, Sept. l,eo!iHiictniiint!)A. m.
AliVTAU T. ATKl.S'SOV,
InsiifOlor-Ocnernl of rVlinnR
Honolulu, Aiifiii-t I. tsll. 1 10.'- It
$b ginhl ShtUdln.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 8, 1894
It is not a policy of conciliation
that novor existed--ton aril Royal
ists which has boon a fa'ltiro, as the
Star puts it. What has injiousl.v
failod has beou thu effort to dragoon
an overwhelming majority of tho
people of Hawaii into adhesion to n
usurping oligarchy under ditTurcut
names. Thoro is no such thing
anyway as a republic that is not
sustained by thu hearts and hands
of the pooplu domiciled in its terri
"Porkopolis," as Chicago is sumo- !
times derisively calliul, has yot hiu i
people. Benefactions to tho uuiver- i
ity of ''the young giant of thu ;
West" hare been reported from time
to time by tho hundreds of thou
Hands. The latest is oue of -SlWUKH)
from Mrs. G. E. Hnkell for the
erection of an oriental museum and
lecture hall, in honor of her late
husband. Withiu tho pat year
$1,100,000 has been given to the
The question tho supporters of
the Republic are now asking each
other is, if the policy of conciliation
held out to Royalists lia not In-cu
aa great a mistake as it is a pro
Bounced failure. 67d r.
Evidently tho writer of the fore
going paragraph is harking back
with willing but weak resolution to
the views of his discredited, deposed
and deported prcdocoor on the
editorial tripod. He had better be
careful or he may h.ire to prepare
his neck for tin chopping block
temporarily stored away by the
directors of tho Star.
Judge Coo ley's opinion on the
Hawaiian question I sound, being
in harmony with the full n.iiuu of
tho American Union. "The United
States of America" d es not include
tales of Oceauica. If the Republic
U to become an Empire, as pmhnp
he may, annexation might bo the
proper caper for American states
man. Alaska, often quoted as an
argument for tho acquisition of non
contiguous territory, is part and par
eel of thu continent of North Amer
ica. Should Hawaii herself, how
aver, ovorask by the voice of her
people to bo admitted into the com
monwealth of American States, the
case would bo entirely dllT-reut. As
President Clevclaud in utrccl said, in
his groat message on the Hawaiian
question, the United Slates cannot
affoid to acquire territory through
the fraudulent ami mijiit action of
its representatives abroad.
JUB0H8 AND JUDOE9
Unusually for tho Star-there
was an ably written editorial article
in it's last night's issue on the merit
and demerits of the jury svhtem as
heretofore practised on these is!
and. Its arguments will bo taken
notice of hereafter, uud its radical
proposals attended to. lint it is the
occasion of tho utterances the re
fusal of jurymen duly uhojuii to take
the oath as required by thu Consti
tution of the Republic that con
strains us to ask what am the rea
sons that havo impelled these same
jurymen to refuse to take that oath.
It is an accepted fact that, in coun
tries that have a written constitu
tion, that constitution overruh
every other consideration of law or
equity until it is duly and leg.dly
mended. These juration were ask
ad to tako oath by a certain person
appearing aud acting as a Judge of
the Circuit Court. If he hih lealU
such he was legally eut'tled to alt
those jurymen to take the oath.
But if uot, why should they not re
fuse? It is not within thu province
of any man uot duly empowered b)
law to ask another to take any oath,
of whatever nature. Then let us see
what authority this Circuit Judge
had for acting as such Judge. Th.
Constitution of tho Republie hays
(Art. 03. Ofllcuholdnrs. .Section 1;:
"All persons holding olllco under
the Provisional Government of the
Hawaiian Islands at the dato of the
promulgation of this Constitution
ball continue to hold ud oxeroiio
all the power to them grunted until
their respective otiices shrill become
vacant." (See. 2) "All commirsion
issued by or under the authority of
the late monarchy, or of the Pro
visional Government of the Hawai
iau Islands, are hereby declared to
lx vacated, null and void, from and
after the first day of September,
1891, unless cauculled before that
It will he remembered that the
Justices of the Supreme Court mid
tho First Circuit Court surren
dered their old commissions last
month and received now ones under
the Republic from the ('resident.
Now it ii the validity of those now
commissions that wo impeach Arti
cle 2d ' Power of Appointment) of tho
new Constitution says (Section 1):
"Tho President, with tho approvnl
of tho Senate, shall appoint tho
members of tho Cabinet; the Judges
of the Supremo and Circuits Courts;
tho Auditor-General and all Diplom
atic and Consular Representatives
to foreign cottnttics; and until the
end of thu first session of the Senate,
the appointees of tho President shall
act." (Sec. 2.) "In caso any vacancy
shall occur while tho Senate is not
in session, the President, may fill such
vacancy by granting a commission
which shall, unlet confirmed, oxpire
at the end of tho next session of tho
Senate." (The italics are ours). Arti
cle UK) (Advisory Council) says:
"Until the convening of the first
Legislature, in either special or
regular session, tho members of the
Adtisory Council of tho Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian Islands
shall constitute a council to bo styled
thu 'Advisory Council of tho Repub
lic of Hawaii.' Tho Advisory Coun
cil of tho Republic of Hawaii and
the Executive Council, sitting to
gether shall be invested with all the
powers and authority horotofore in
vested iu tho Executive and Advisory
Councils of thu said Provisional
Government, and also a the power
unit un'lwrlty, by this Constitution
granted to the Senate or to tho Legis
lature. Such convening of tho Legis
lature shall thereby terminate tho
existence, power and authority of
the Advisory Council."
Theso commissions have novor
been confirmed by tho combined
Advisory and Executive Councils of
the Republic of Hawaii sitting to
gether. In fact they have never boon
submitted to them, though council
lors have requested it. As tho for
mer couimifsions have been surren
dered and tho now ones never sub
mitted to thu confirming body,
though several sessions have elapsed,
it seems to us that them are at pres
ent no Supreme Justices legally
holding olllco nor any Circuit Judges
if t lie I'trsi Circuit legally holding
ullli-e and conducting court. Let
the point be settled at once, as it
may cause much failure of substan
tial justice. All men are interested
in see nit: justice upheld, but, in or
der to do so, tho forms of justice
must be complied with as uell as tho
Nothing Like Mood's
"I have used Hood's Snrsaparilla
and find it very beneficial. My wife
would not be without it. She suf
fered from loss of appetite for the
list rear hut since sue has taken
Hoods Snrsaparilla she has gained,
at lea-t, live pounds in weight ami
thinks there is nothing like Hood's
Sar-ap.irdla," George M. Tottou,
Tot t en u lie, S. i.
Hood's Pills euro sick headache.
By Jus. K. Morgan.
MOIU'OAQKE'3 NOTXOE OF SALE.
Yorirr. is in:iti:iiY iiivbs that
li itru ml tn n imttt-r of kiiIi I'linlnlti
! tu ii rcriihi iiiiir'i;jut iniiilti liy Allium
It'ii'i nail Miff of Honolulu, to Yell IImmii
if lie- uiiiu plee mill of rt-ouril In thu Of
lice uf ilii Ki'Klrirur of Conwvniui'i In
l.iix-r H on pi(,-i" as, 'JHhiiiI it, mid liv--ilil
(Veil llruwii iluly niMttm-il to K. If.
IIii)mIiI(-ii. tru leu umlrr llio hint will mid
U'-luinuiit of J. i. Iliiyu'lden, iliTt'itM'il, liy
I H'liinuiit ol record l.tlior 117 on imti Jin,
tint cud iii"rlnuu''0 luieiiiU lo lori-clmc
.ml inort'.'ttp' fur hrciich of condition
tlpTcni contained Nolle U hImi kIwh
itnU I lie prnKTi) rovcrml In mid morinant
will lie will ut I'ulillo Auv(liill,iil l'J o'clock
noon, on SAll'KHAY, the lltli dny uf
Viik'U't. nt tin; unction room of Jm K.
M"iMii In Honolulu Tim procrty In
ill I ii.iirtcui!!' ilccdilc-crllicd li
All that certain pmcl uf land situate nt
K.tlllu In Mud Honolulu, containing mi
una of :vt Si ncrijn mid liulnit ft iiuilluii of
tlm ircnil-ci iliM'rilj"d In Kn.val f'uuiiit No
i'v'i. mid cniiNcycd to u d Aulnlic Itnsti liy
.1 1'. Mciidiiiici. iidinliil-IMtnr uf thu fit
uitc of ll.iiiilnuo l.o k- Ititiito-t liy devd
Iniuil I In- tlr-t dsiv of April, 1W. of record
Im tlic lliinnliiu Ui-ltry of Deed In Rook
iu. on i':ti:i'n Jl nnd 'J3.
iMle.f Honolulu, July 13th, I Ml I.
tor lurthvr pirt rulurs upply to
1. II. II.VY.MJIDBN.
Irii-ticof Din lut Will iiml TiMniiiuiit of
J. it. IIiim'IiU'II, deceaod, or to
llo.'-H Cmi. IIiiou.n, Attorney.
mohtoaoee's notice of bale.
T''riT. M HCItrliV OIVKNTIIVr
li p fMlilit 10 4 iowxr of mile ouiilHliif it
nt ii ceruln iuurt;c,i made liy Ana Mo
niiiiiit, uplo, Amj Moiiioint, iiiHkun, mid
NukileU lit-r hllilmnd, hIioMIimi Ilmnl
ol 1 1. ill. i, u h. Koiii i f Honolulu. Iklunl of
Mini mid of record In thu UiUeeof thu
l'c.'lir:ir of CimmjaneiM In LIIht 7 1, on
iu; - oi mid HM, i.tid unditr Kiunliy nit uu
cinivc) ai.ee lum oiMied liy Slliu I lioii .V
i ii of llonuliiu,tiiiliu, mid alH'i in uccoul
a nee vsl Ii ill pruvUI'in ooiitului-d in Hint
c. naln Iti'lentnro of iiiorl'U)iu dutad Ut
da) ef April, l-Jl, mil uiudt liy Nicholas
Aiiiiimi'l A-m .Moinoiiii. Jr., uf Honolulu,
Muni ol (lahii. to milium 0. Aehlofthu
miik plii-H, a'ld neurit Iu ihu Ollli-o of tli
ItuRisinir ol ronvpyii'icfa In I.lherlH, on
p.ihx 171 mi I I ''), mid nndi-r wiindry uichiic
eoiVejanci now ouicd hy hlnj,' Olioui! V
i'o. .if Hoi o'nl.i, IhUiiiI of U.ihu, the mort-umk'-c
IiiIcihIk to for cln-e Mild niortgine
forliMich of coiiditiou tht rein coniiiineil
Noihv i- nU ill veil that he proiTly iov.
criil In .il i uitirt i4iiK "III hn boll ut 1'uli
In Auction, ut I' o'clock noon, ii'i B VT
I CUNY, He' lltll dny of Anno', lit the
iiuciion riHiin-of Jut I-. Morcun In Hono
lulu. Il.itnl Honolulu Ju'y l.'llli, Im!I1.
'I'h piup(ri.t In haul iiiortt;UKii di-cdii do
lt All tho c proinlenltiiate lyliij; and
Ikiiiii; nt Wuluii in llvvn Onliu, mid more
pan enhirl ile-erli. eil in dcuu of Kuhiilc
puili to All I .Moliionu, ilalcd July lilh.
IN'?, rc orded iu l.llicr J l, on in- ll'Jmul
II 1 iiml couiiiii.liii. mi a r ea J i 7-ill Here
.'ml. Ail tlio-e premies hIiiihIu ut Kmi
iniikiipili O.iliu, iiiuio irirtlu ilurl) dcitrdi
u I In deed id W. ('. Aclil to Nicholas Anna
rind An i .Moiieiiin Kmnm, ilalcd April Int
Is ii, rt in dud in lidmrllS, pane 1 7.1 and
171, contmiilui; mi una of 7.' fathom.
..id All the undivided nun fourth of
Mini Mi hoi i Anna in tlnnu prcniUe nltu
lit. tl ,11 Wiliitil, I'.wu, U.lllll, helni! Ihti Ml'i'C
p'i'lili-l' ciinejeil to Antonio I'llllllp hy
die I uf Milem 1. Ilitnc'hctt, recorded Iu
l.iiier I pigi! UM coiitiilniiiK uu area of II
in ic. in hi iioiiik mill -hi't.iind liy Mild
Aliloioo I'hllhpiih vimhI to Mild Nlehnhi
Antiit'liil h niililn yudiiillli'il to I'rnhiitc.
I lie prepirl) -lliialeat Aiil.iu, INmi,ioii
iiiinliiK .ii7-iu ueri n it un cr lentil at n
nir ii'iiial of tl.Uiilnl Mill he Mild Mill-
1. 1 I !' Mild ll'IIX'.
I'or further purilciiliim, npily to
hlS'H IJIIiiNW .V Co,
Aliiiein of Mild .lurii;uie or to
Oill IIh'iu.n, Attorney at Law.
Mian Hardware Co., L'u
Monday, Any. G, ttW4-
What with burglaries, prize
fights and sundry other things
unmentionable in an advertise
ment, (lonohilu is daily becom
ing mure of a metropolitan
city, As pernicious evils they
should be abated without un
necessary delay in so far as it
lies within the power and abi
lity of the police department.
Burglary of course cannot al
ways be prevented on account
of scant police surveillance in
the residence portion of the
city and the peculiar surround
ing of the houses. Even if a
marauder be discovered in a
house his chances for getting
away are good because he can
dodge into the bushes unless a
bullet overtakes him. There
are two remedies for this evil:
an increased police force and
the strict enforcement of the
If there is a law against
prize fighting one or two raids
by the police would probably
put an end to it. If on the
other hand, these men would
be satisfied to give exhibitions
of their skill as boxers without
"slugging," the decision of the
referee being based entirely
upon the science of the con
testants, the sport should be
encouraged. The greater
skill a man has in this respect
the le.ss apt he is to resort to
the knife or pistol when he
gets into close quarters with
one who differs with him in his
As to illicit liquor a lling the
remedy lies in making it legal.
Enough arrests of this charac
ter have been made to con
vince almost anyone that pro
hibition do:s not prohibit. So
long as a desire exists there
will be ways and means found
to satisfy it, and if a man is
raided four times a year for
violating the law he simply
pays the amount of a license
plus a few dollars costs, besides
giving the police department
trouble in making out a case.
It is just a little bit more
than wonderful what success
the "Pansy" Stove has been
wherever it is sold. Judging
from the number we are put
ting into the homes of people
here in 1 lonohilu, as well as
on the other Islands, it is the
choice of people who believe
in economy. We sell them
without fixtures because it so
often happens that people are
well supplied with cooking
utensils even though their
stove is worn out. When one
buys a stove and fixtures he
usually gets a lot of stuff that
litters up a kitchen. Our me
thod has proven satisfactory to
most people; to those who pre
fer having fixtures we make
the lowest price and they are
not obliged to take what they
do not need In this way we
satisfy everyone bectuse the
prices are within reach of peo
ple affected by the hard times.
The Patent Wire Clothes
Line has jumped into favor
and we are happy in conse
quence. The cost of rope and
clothespins is greater than for
a pinless line which never has
to be renewed. It's in cutting
corners that men become rich.
Why don't you try it?
One does not expect to find
a good quality of Sponge in a
hardware store and that prob
ably accounts lor the surprise
people express when they see
them here. For either bath
or carriage we have them in
large quantities. They do not
go to you "at ) our own price,"
but at ours, which is usually
satisfactory to ynu. We find
this the best way to do. Try
one of them and the pleasures
of the bath will be increased.
Hawaiian Hardwire Co., L'd
'H'l'wlt HpntAinU' illook
'Ufl WHIT RTHhirCT.
KDWAY & POUTER. LnihiK
i the Hawaiian IMaudn.
nbiuiii HIiM-k, ItetttHW Fort
ib.t hanil ile uf Hutel ntret
Ireot iniinrtnrB uf Pin- Kumlturo,
irt cheap lot cmL, We have on buil
letter Ware, Sofa Itoeklng Chair, Kt
III you call aim prie
nythhip you tvant in Ulning-nxim Furniture,
nythltiK you want iu Retironni Kumitiirt.
uu cau aluu ta itipplM with
ou will find a complete utoek
ad at urictjA to null tht in
, e a tin rieheM (uirohitfcer.
o home i eomplete it limit
o luuiNt. in Honolulu oll
ou't you nwd noine Live Uern
auuy iiiioiv ana i;unnionB
rutty Window Shvlet in all
ole fur youi window in Wood or Kraut TriuiiuinK
f roti ir mini ant forrat
iu haiuUomx Carvod Bedroom
epnlrin at r-a"ouaule rata.
ecovenutf of UliolnlrtMl
ry out Ea)- Chairn( lf(irn huyius eluewbern
allien of ll wi7.- with CIjaIm and SideiMianU to mated
rerylMly kmiM-v tve en.nk a feature of Interior DocorattuK.
verjliixty knows Mr. u,o. Ordway who raak thin a apmMal feat urn.
wonlml an tlm elitami
'elialiility. Prompt new mid
Kbli. .V26 TlflLUPIIONBS Mutual 64A
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pure Goods! Prompt,
- THAT PLACK IS AT
Benson, Smith A Co.,
Cornex Foil St Hotel Sto.
S3r Our Soda Water is tho Best Ig
PER S S. "QAESLIO."
HOLLISTBR &b OO.
Have- made Hiiotlier !iiiry;c Iiupiirtutidii of
Kmii.. .f .a CONST N'l A and Kl. i!OMn
Ijirnt A.:iKoriuutiT of Shapfe aid Sia
"nr t n Hnnd or Oniv hti Cnr Port ft Kprrfiunf rn-
Valuable Lands For Sale
AT PUBLIC AUCTION. I
In iiur-tnincmif nn onlcr I'nicil out el tlm
I'lreiilt renri iiIiIim Urnt Ol't-uil. tlm tin-,
llirHl!lltIll Mill m-II ut J'ulnlu Auctluii
On SATUKDAV, August 18, I81IJ,
AT Vi (I'OI.OCK NOON.
M the (runt on'rn'irc tti tlm Jiutlr'n-y
linllilllii;, nil tlui-c to (iIcitk ul l.un.'l
imiunl Iu L'diiiiutin h flirc. i'iii Ill.i .Sriiulil
nuil tlm M. Iv .Sunt ut ininiiri, nitiium In 1
KiilimuliliiB lluii.iiiilu, near Uunliu't on
Vimiui'il ftri'it, ilm Biliiiu IiI'Iuk iii.riiuii, 'J
dlii .Su( i:iiul I'ati ut No. Ill, I,:iiii I'miiu. i
iiilhiluu Awnnl iu, iasii-il tn N 11 Kki
nul fur Mkuluiiu. I
TIii-hi npiiiiii liienu' ltli'n n fmv ruin-IIIi-h'
viillk from the I'ust Olllci. urn niii.t
ilimlrulilti for liuiis.'liitu, mill tlitlr lucatiou
Tlieupt"t price will bo $'.on for apini 3
nil. I lllou for uiiiiiiii :t. 'lo ! solil M-imr-
tui'iy 1 lit ii re j in upiinii 2, lUVUOiiuiiini,
mieeiir Iumi, h nun :, ll.,.7o uiiiiiiii, inure
IKUMS CASH In Unltcil ytitin (JoM
I'eili. iiiul iIcimIb hi uiK'imi of pu clm'i'n
Kile to lie ulijict to uuiillriuiitliiii of tlm
tm Kor fiirilinr iinllc iIiith miniilri! of
CeiuuiliiNluui'riif hiili, Jiellcliiry lliolilliii;.
A hi. r'hKHONH AKIC NO 1 1 Kl Kit NUT
to urtiilil Kiiy iiiiu on my noieint
wllhniil my wrlttn oritur.
JOHKI'll IUIKO. Hu
IliimUiilu lul I ImM iroti !
Crib aim) Otadl
to teWt from.
tlmne kihh o.lietmf than wt-tin
Fwathnra or Silk KIomI Ttwy tnoki
eolor and mwa
Set In Solid Oak
houmi iu Honolulu,
Dinpatob fa our motto
1 and Low Prices I
Valuable Land For Sale
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
In rnrHimnuoof nn order Itemed out of
llic Circuit Court ol tins Hrnl Circuit, tlic
iiiiuumituifii win bi-ii ut I'uuiiu Auction
On SATUKDAY, August 25, 1801.
AT 12:110 0'CI.OdK l M
Of i-alil ilny on tho premium, tlmt certain
l.ll'CH llf l.llllll llulotllll! to tlm est ut c of
tlic latu Aiitoulu .Moiitulin, iltccucil lu
ll Mate. Mtuntu on tlioccrncr uf llcckivltli
anil .Mi'ti'iilf HlrcclH. In l'liiiiiliou, Mono
lulu, llio mum containing an ureit of 11700
wiuire fci-t iiiorii or Ion.
rrupcrty uooil for a liousulot, ami lit Iu
n licuuliy locality.
Turiii a ro cnsfi ami ili'mlx ut cxcn-.i of
lnirclmHT. B.ilu to bo anlijict to ctuitirin
utli ii uf tint ((nut.
MP For further ii.-irllciiliir rnuulru of
('ommlHhlomir of Call) Jmliulury liullillim.
UEALANI BOAT CLUB MEETINO
A I.I. MI'.MIIlIltS IN OOOli HTAN1I
lii( of Ilm IImmm IIoiti'iiii nil
Il'.lli"l ill tn l,l prcHIlt Ht till' IlllJ llirilli.l
nclii. iii-i lni; tuliKliulilniiTlll A IMY
I'.VI'.NINtl All 1. 1 Hi nt H oVI. ck i i , at
tlm lluiiiillnn lloti I. fur Hie iiir'iiu of ru
l ti Ilm i'iiiilltiiliiii uuil ilcctuii! ,i nun
lloaril of .Miiiiiiciiu-iit,
(I K. IKMItDMAN. I'rcliltiiii,
0 I. CuiiiiiK, AclliiKbcciuiry.
FEED DEPAETMENT !
From d luigc and vu lied stock (he undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following:
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
fc l addition to our usual stock of these wo are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
"CT TT "- T "J TZP Calilornlaa in
J? -I i W V JJ, WitahiMiloB SUt
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders I
No, I-! in t m. "( ntar
It. : II -r iMtf
Uvrrpool CoRriu-. It !
KiiKllib Unlry Vi ih ,.
HOCK SA I.T
HAt, HAt'ON, imrKfiH
I T liirt,tii, ftntUri OrKrlw,
(ir4, Blr.ckwiill'a English Oi-uenrtu.
t.tiihy, WcNfil A Llh1y' Oanntxl Hmu,
ftirhixrdiou A Bobbin' OMiibHil rmu,
rid, Tale ami !"
f AGO A llUiS'l
Hi and in it. .-.
h lfK nl
PliiQiiiiiiiii siitpiii;?, Harflwars, Drr Ms,
GnckBTF. Furniture, ntc. E!c
tiWArc i HANII AT VOIIKUATK IMth'Kh
Theo. H. Davies& Co., L'd.
i. 'i BOARDMAN,
Mill K AMKN I l-'llll
UO TO THK ANOJinil SALOON.
X.yil.l'IAM rUNMNIIII .M, MAN.
iiucr uf Hie Aucliur Nilutiii, in kuii
IliK Unsllli the llimn Al tie Aucliiir win
mil "net uuri'i'' wllli uu Ihnmr Cuclc
lull ami vstthli It il'iiwi with n rn-ilcrlckt.
Urn Hr 0Uir 1'iM'ktAlli tUHy.
? ' fa ' '2S ill
CT3 p o
I -- ' r. I ' J
; ' s- " p:
t3 e 3
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; 3- o -
- t ff Na
mmmm r o p t i -.i
HA Li! ON -
llnrrali una Ul' B.i.it
i u itn
'I'lortftr.'' Kur' m ii".
VI ft A RS
I 4 ffielr a.lt, !.. On hran.u
Kin., Ktr.. Kir. KtA
& "Star" Kerosene
AUBUST U, 1834,
Cotflmrnclnrj si 2:30 V. X. Harp
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