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Vol. VI 11. No. 1404
12 PAGES HONOLULU H. 1.. SA'lTJltDAT, MAKCK 31. 190012 PA'JES
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Managrr F. J. Cross of the Inter
Island Iclrgraph Co. received a
cajie mini i.onuon Dy wie ujciic
"Assistants due Honolulu, April 25."
1 111s 1 particularly good 1 ewi 10
Mr. Cros sin.e It forestalls It s in
tciiJe J tr p to London to hurry up
the experts. It 1 mw assured that
the worl if Installing the wireless
telegraphy system In Hawaii whl
begin the first of May. As oun as
the ex erts arrive the company v. II
ktep tliligi iiovlng. Inter island
communica ion may be anticipated
about m first of June at the latest.
VAKrjkrjrA Tjrarjrx tatata
ICAPT. CAREY BLAHBlESS
W. M. GlfTard, secretary of W. O. 1.--wln
& Co., Ltd., said to u Bulletin re
porter that Captain Caicy ni'th3 steam
ship Muuuu has been treated veiy un
justly by tlio authorltleH.
"Dr. Wood ought to know something
About the laws and nanuses iclallng
to bills of health before linking as lie
Is reported to Imvu done, both in Cap
tain Catcy and the Oovyuuuciit.
"It is tbo duty ot the iluwalltm ron
8ul at Sydney to notify .ho mast's
of ships leaving for Honolulu that they
must have bills of heaUh. lis should
have forms on hand fir tho resulted
puriioso. 'lhe master of a ship 13 not
supposed to 11111 around asking about
', formalities to bo observed at tils ports
r "American consuls notify foiclgn
vessels going to American port! of any
such require incut.. It is hU buslncsj
to notify masteis of vessel.) that they
f they must havo bills ot health. All tho
shipping agents hcie have beau sj 110-
titled by the American coiuul. 'Iho
failure ot the Moann to Ii.imi a bill ot
health is the fault ut tho Hawaiian uu-
,' ,y vthorltlca thcmsclvis."
No Remedy Visible.
-Vresent indications r.io thnt Xi
eight hundred people lodged at thv
Drillshcd detention camp will have to
' hunt houso and home forthwith as boH
I they can. A deputation of the white
men, formerly Fowler p yard lodeis,
sought Dr. Wood yestn'ny to plead
for allowing the cont'iiue'l occupation
ot the place until its inhabitants tan
i procuro other quarters. 'Tlui8 far tha
president of the Hoard cf Hcaltii can
not see any way of complying witli the
1 request. Ho has no fun 1 for keening
. up the camp, and the Government lias
J been urging' its evacuation for econo-
my's sake. As the whlto lodsory for
tho most part pay for the shelter and
sustenance provided, and are unable to
get suitable lodgings elsewhero, they
feel a griovancc.
Medical Executlvo Officer.
Dr. C. L. Garvin has returned from
his mission to supei intend plague sup
pression at Kahulul. There is ?u im
pression abroad that jOr. Gaivln is In
the Board's eye for filling tho proposed
now position of medical txccutlvo olfl
cer. Three Japanese laborers at tho Ka
mollllll reservoir works inilcted with
beriberi, who havo been cirrd for by
tho surgeon of Camp McKinicy, nie
"V'to be sent to tho Incurable hospital by
iho Doard of Health.
f Dr. Wood went off yesterday on an
1 exepdltion to tho guanl posts in tho
..taountalns. Ho was expcntoil at his
t' ofllcial headquarters by 11 o clock this
I ... X morning, but failed to connect.
! ' .
4 DIbcuhh City Government.
The Research Club held n very in
teresting meeting at Rev. Klncald's
last evening. Municipal government
I was tho topic for discussion which was
' opened by a comprehensive and Inter
f estlng talk by Hon. W. R. Castle. Tha
keynote of municipal adcunlstintlon as
tatcd by Mr. Castlo was food businesi
'" administration. Ho believed .that munl-
cipal affairs should be nonpartisan.
The discussion was taken up by Mr.
, Scott, Prof. Wood, A. D. Wood Paul
' . Weaver, Mr. Bryan, Mr. Case and Mr.
' McLellan. The discussion of munlclpi1 1
"affairs will bo continued nt tho next
.,' Mr. tiowrey's remarks nt a Board
C ot Health meeting, while assoitlng the
valuo of the work of tho appraisers of
( buildings, was not accurately reported
In this naner. Instead of saying thut
there had been nine hundred apprulso-
mentB making an uggwrgato of S4f.no.
what Mr. Lowrey did say was that
there had been that numuer 01 ap
praisements and, to show tho value of
having properties appraised by exports,
he went on to glvo an lnftanco of one
appraisement for 14,600 whero the own
era were claming $14,000 or $15,000.
THH WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All 8.88, all shapes. H. F.
Sharp Bleze at Sprukelsvllle and
Ciae Can Be Smd-Lum S'tbtid at Plone
Mil; Board if in b Guard Utld
Walluku, March 9. About forty
acres of cano were burned nt Lahaina
last Saturday evening, March 24th.
Another fire in tho caneflclds nt
Sprcckclsviilo plantation took place
last Tuesday afternoon. About thirty
acres wero destroyed. Tho causo of the
tiro was said to bo from sparks from
tho engines hauling out cano to tho
mill. 'Iho buincd cane from this lot
and also from the 500 acre lot burned
last week is being gioiiud both nt the
fnla auu bpicckcisvillo mills. C. B.
Wells of tho Wulluuu plantation, haj
loaned a number cf his mis to aid 11:
mailing the tunu to tho mills.
i'lul. Sedgwitz, a nUi-luna at the
Pioneer Mill, Lahaiun, vas stabbed by
u Japaniso lnboicr list Tuesday af
ternoon. '1 he cut is not serious.
Meld foi Muntiluulitcr.
Wm. Hannls, a guard employed by
tho liana Hoard of Health, to keep
people from tho Koolau side fiom go
ing into Haua, has bjen arrested for
manslaughter and lilB cato will tome
up in the Walluku district court In trie
near futuie. bomo tlma last wcok 11
Chinaman from Honomami uppioacUcd
Mr. Hannls and asked lor permission
lo go to liana on buslr.tss. Mr. itun
tils at Hi st warned the Cnlnaman (hat
ho was a persona 11011 vratu and should
go back, 'lhe Chinaman could not
utidei stand the guaid'; outhoiliy In
Keeping away haimliss people and in
sisted on passing throiitiii, whoreupun
.Mr. Hannls set his dos 1 n him. '1 he
dogs chewed the Celestial so badly that
ne died nt Pcahl on tho 2 Id tiom in
'lhe Aloha Lodge, K. ot P., held its
regular monthly meeting at the otllio
cf lions It Cul; last Saturday ovenlu;.
There was a good attend! nee of mem
Deis, lhe lodge will hereafter establ
ish its headquarters In the hall nbove
of Holfmaun & Vcttlcsan,
Opera fur the Summer.
Convinced that tho theatrical tast
of Honolulu runs strongly In tho direc
tion of opera, Manager Cohen sails for
tho Coast, In all probability on the
Austialta, to secuic for the Orpheuui a
summer season of op-jni. The South
.veil Opera Co. whtuu in.s been pluylng
a lengthy and succfrsful season ut the
Uiuud Opera House, i.i tfiii pilzc on
which Mr. Cohen ha? ait his manager
ial eye. The organization Is, perhaps
tho best repcrtorle 0,101:1 company in
the State scarrylng on Its loll numer
ous highly valued and highly priced
artists. Such a venture means the
risking of a big pay sheet but under
Mr. Cohen's plan tno most expensive
item on n company's pay roll Its
manager will bo elimlnuti'd and Ho
nolulu given a. seas a of really first
class opera with pior.t to nudlenco and
Judge Wilcox pcrperated a horseless
piece of humor in tho District Court
this morning. He was questioning a
mounted partolman about his arrest of
a Japanese for driving aeros3 School
street bridge raster than a walk and
put a query thus: "It uac some kind
of a vehicle; It was not a baby car
riage nor a wheelbarrow ' The fun
of it would have been reduced If tno
Judge had put a "hoi so" beforo the
ClouUlnc'H Unfortunate Chase.
Walluku, March 2D. The steamer
Claudlno put hack at liana last Sat
urday being unablo to so anything of
tho disabled steamer Cleveland. After
taking in sumclcm coal to last nor ten
days the Claudlne wont nut ugalu Sun
day on a ten days' cruise, In Hp.irth of
tho missing steame. She Is said to re
ceive $350 per day from tho H. C. &
S. Co., agents ot -lie Clovelund, until
she' finds her. Tha tlnco men from tho
Cleveland aro on board the Claudlne.
Capt. R. P. Flthlan and wife sail on
their pleasure yacht, Rover for Sau
Francisco today. The Rover camo up
from Samoa recently whero Capt.
Flthlan has large plantation Interests.
HONOLULU t SCHUOL
Day and Night classes
cowan and harris
Rooms 1 l-l, rd Fior 9 a, m 4 P. M.
Hour 1 Tlio o p. M
Council of Stale Does Another Gocd
Interior DfrartmsDt N.eds Given Principal At
liiilU-Simit) Riducllons Mide-Uouty
lur hit D.parimtDl,
Tho Council of Sta'o lcsumcd Its sit
tings yesterday afternoon, there bolug
in attendance: President Dole, Minis
ters Mott-Smlth, Youug, Pvnou mid
Cooper; Councillors June.', Gear, Allen.
Robertson, Isenberg, K.'-uc, Kautukdu,
Kennedy, Achl, Gonsalvcs, RobiiHon,
Uolto and Nott.
Secretary Manson called tho 1 oil and
read tho minutes of provioiu meeting
Mr. Mott-Smlth presented tho letter
fix 111 tho Sicietuiy of tlutu, which tho
I'lisldiut had pi utilised 10 lay bo'oic
'lhe Minister of Foreign Affairs also
read a letter to Special Agent Sawali,
which that gentleman iiud laid bufuro
tho HXLcutlvc Council,
Tho Minister stated that the Pbti
mates for lellcvlng tho necessities of
the. customs and postal bureau had
been woiktd up along with th otuor
appropilatlons, and -the: o had ocen no
rcluctnnco on tho part vf tho I2xeniitlv)
Council ut submitting Hiich estimates
to tho appioMU of P.-e.ildont Mckinley.
Mr. Kennedy rend n report of the
commlttco on bill No. 'J, appropriating
$24U,000 for the Board of Hcaltn H
suppressing the buooule plague. 11
recommended that the bill pass.
Mr. Gear moved, seconded by Mr.
Jones, that the icpurt bo uduiiuii.
Mr. Damon asked if the adoption o'
the icpoit caricd approval of the prrj.
cnt cxpcndltuio at the into ot ?18u0n
Mr. Kaulukou moved that the repr.i t
be laid on the table to ot considered
with the bill. Seconded and carrl'id.
Another District Multtirutc.
Mr. Robertson wlslied to report vor
bahy 1 1 0111 tho comiuilteo 011 judicial
upui the lttuis ut v-3)0 for salary o.
ot-LLiul District Muguc.'ute of Honolulu
and lti0U for Baiaiy of u second cltri.
.11 tllU UlStllCt CoCUIt. '1I1U WOl'ii 1:1
.110 couit had lucrcaaed large.y th
ii.st jtKr. 'lhe numb.u'.i of tuals am'.
ui,i.taiu had increased, and the consul
cion was principally In Clerical wuik
ilieio was tlicieluio lime leason lo,
tho additional cierk than for tin sec
olid mugistiute, but it tne work In
creased at tho same lam as last ye-m
.lie mugistiute would huve more w.nU
than he could attend to. Herelcfiu?
iheio was no saiaiy fur the Sceniu
maglstiatc, who was (.Ivcn that foi
the 111 st while ucting in tla plate. The
idea wus to divide tne work, probably
giving the second mugistiute thj tlvu
ousiuiBS. 'Iho eommlttoy recomn.cnd
ed the items pass.
Cu motion ot Mr. Gear tho report was
laid on tho table to bo considered with
Bill No. C, Board of Health ippro
prlntlon, was taken up and pas3sd.
Mr. Gear presented a long leiiort on
Interior department items from the
.standing commlttco in that regard.
Laid on tbo tablo to be considered with
Mr. Mott-Smlth suumlticd som new
Items, which wcio icfon-d to th? com
mittie on orelgn Aifalrs and l'ubiie
Mr. Isenberg moved, seconded by
Mr. Allen, to reconsider a motion pas3
ed to take up Interior Items In bill Nj
2, with tho idea of awultlng the cum
mlttcc's report on Items in bills 3 uii
4, This was lost and the Council il'.uii
with tho Items, the fillo-i ing exceptlu&
otherwise stated being pafcsed:
Unpaid printing and advertising
Unpaid department Incidental1!,
Quarantine of dlssased animals,
Purchase of lot adjoining Oahu prls
Unpaid bills public grounds, ?1.75.
Messenger service, SS5 88, a commit
Settee Fire Protection.
Honolulu Flro Department, $41.4i4.
Commlttco recommends Jtiti.lGl. i'
cldcs reasons given In the report, Mr.
Gear explained that It w.u dcslrabln to
havo hose equipment In tho Nuuumi,
Kallhl and Walklkl suburbs, also a
(Continued on page 3.)
Jack Atkinson Sick.
Walluku, March 29. A. L. C. Atkin
son, superintendent of tho Kahulul dn
tcntlon camp, has been in the Malulac
hospital for nearly a v-eck suffering
with malarial fever. Ho has Improvd
so that ho Is expected to bo out In a
Tho majority of fashionable people
it Honolulu rather buy their hats In
wakaml's Hat Department than any
CimeroD Has Again Taken the L?ad In
the Race of Popular C ptaks.
Bruhn Running Well In Fourth Place-Vollcg
Closts at 12 0 clock Sharp Monday Noon
CoDtist ExceidlDgl; Clcse.
The contest for the m'st popular
Captain of the Mand fleet, has bi-en
mi interesting one from the it n,
but promises to be exciting at the
Heretofore comparatively li'tle at
ten' ion ha been paid the gen lemen
responsible for the comfort and
safety of the travelers bet teen the
tl.tiv.iii.in IslanJs; while they in
serving the public have felt the
weijht of this responsibility, and
put forth every effort to look afte
and please those in thcr care, look
ing fur nothing in return other than
the lemuneration from their sev-r.il
mipoyeis. Vhenths idea sug
uested itself to the edijor ot the
Bulletin, that itiva-. fitting and time
that the public ihotild show the
worthy Capt ins some appreciation
of thtir ma y l ndne ses, it was
hnilttl with delght and entere-i into
viili an energy bevond anfeipation
by the hundreds of pleasure seek r
and b siness men who, afier it be
ing sugge-ted to them, were only
too wi ling to lesjiond.
Monday will oe the last day these
vo e will be received, and the wili
er will be ann-itinced in the after
nnon is tie. lhe rapidity with
whl.h the votes are pou ing in to
lav may mean a lew .urprMn'g
hat ges in the posit io is of tlu Cap
tains as they ndw stand. The
standing of the contest Saturdiy
nnriiilui lrili 3f iu.k -ic in Intt.c
k ' I
Captain Cameron 7P9
" 5inierson , 76so
.-. ....t .,, ..... Aomj
J. Dower 2i2
5am son 78
Parker 2 J
J. u unaliele 13
Gregory :.... 1
Following tho lecturo on Municipal
Government beforo thn Literary Club
f tho Y. M. C. A. by Mr. Boyd tho
jommlttco havo arranged a scries of
lddrcssca to bo given by prominent
'1 ho first lecturo will bo given Tues
day, April 17, followed by one each
jvcnlng on tho following topics;
Legislative Council, Committees,
Uxeeutivo Mayor and clcctlvo oih
:crs, treasurer, city attorney, etc.
Public Work Streets, Lowers, parkr,
A-harves, light, water, etc.
Public Safety Pollco, flro, health,
Educational Llbiarlc8, hchools, etc.
Tho full list ot spcnlo.'iF ls not yit
J mado out. President Dole will give nn
: address following this wrles on "Tho
Municipal Civil Government as Ap
plied to Islands," touching especially
on tho political phase, 'this wilt nu
followed by an address, by Justlco
Frcar on "Tho Territorial Government
jf tho Islands."
Y M. C. A. Athletes.
The first of tho scries of athletic con
tests at tho Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
.vas given last night before a large
ind enthusiastic nudlcnu'. The events
.vcre all closely contested by tho 21
intrlcs. Tho next contest will occur
May 4 and tho final Juno 1st. Results
f tho contest wero as follows:
First W. Wright and J. Mooic lied,
Second F. Wright. 295 points.
Third A. Shunk, 239 rolnts.
Potato race, F. WrlRhl, first, time
1:48; Frccth second, 1:5, Ropo climb,
bTrat, Talvey, 7 seconds; second, El
ath, 9 4-5 sec.
Hitch and kick, First. Moore, 7 ft. 3
'n.; second, F. Wright, Elrath tied, 1
't. 1 In.
Ropo skip, First, Frccth, 64 sec; sec
ond, Shunk, 41 seconds.
Spring board Jump. First, W. Wright,
f. Moore, tied 6 ft. 1 In; second, King,
6 ft. 9 In.
LIFE INTEREST PURCdASED
H. B rrsen Receives Present Yalue of
Annuity From YiiVs Estate.
The Miner Diugbtfr Ge's Remalodr-CI(gho:n
ts. Castla-Stipulation In Ciuba Estaie
- An 0 d Case.
Portuguese Bcneilt Society Is still en J
beforo Judge Perry. 1$
Actlng Judge Sllllman has signed nn ,
rr. rTnMH i.HHnt . nAik.M& t. 1'
order discharging W. A. Bowen nn td-
minlstrntor of the estate ot Inga I,.
Bcrgcrscn, deceased, on his filing re
ceipts of distribution, 'iho cash on
hand to be distributed is $1212.03.
Hartzlg BergciBcn, husiunj of deceas
ed, is entitled to one-MiIrd of the In
come dining hia life. It is ordered INJURY OP Til K (l.rVFI AND
that ho receive the money equivalent.1"1'0"1 ur li,Cl vLLlDLrini
to the present value of Ills annuity,
computed according to standard arm
aiy tables, which nt n age ut 41 anl
interest at six per cent If placed ut
$1001.35. M. W. M. Ilei'gor?cn, n minor
daughter aged six years itsldlng v.'lth
Mr. Bowcn her guurdhn. is de li.nd
solo heir of tho rcmalirlct,
In the case of Makeo S-Jugar Co. vs.
Tuck Chew, n motion to dockit nnu
dismiss, on the ground of defenuanfa
lauuro 10 prosecmo 1113 appeal, nas tho breakage occurred after we had
been nicd by Kinney, Ballon i Mc- been 42 hours out from Klhel. I
Clanahan for plaintiff. Notice accord- deemed It wlso to send lor nsslstanco
lngly Is addressed to Paul Ncumnnn 8o r.cnt out n small boat and three men
nnd J. T. Do Bolt, attorneys for defen- nmi immediately started to make tcm
dant. This is an old rare, having been porary repairs. We flna'ly managed to
through many phases. A Jury at tho m a key into the broken pliaft and by
August term. 1807, guv a vordlrt for moving tho propeller slowly and using
defendant In $20,844.2(1 damages for nl 8ali wu managed to inako about
unlawful ejectment, etc. four knots nn hour. 1 was afratr. i.ow
Acting Judge Sllllunr.. nfter hear- that repairs wero mado that aolRiaiico
Ing motion In A. S. Oleybom vs. W. would nrrlve so tool; a southerly
R. Castle, denied the motion for -le- courso out of tho usual trurk of stcam
crco pio confesso and n-.'lcrod the tie- crs and managed after eleven dnyi w
fondant to tile an answer within two Ret within ilftcen miles or Hllo, hen
days. In the course of i1il hearing Iho the key In the shaft bro.te and ncccs
Court disallowed tho motion previously sitntcd thirteen hours of hard work bo-
reported in tho Bulletin, to mike the
Ail..n Tr.e itatnl.i ,,.,nn,,. . . tvt.lt. If
jn this case. .Roberts.in b Wilder for
plaintiff; P. L. Weaver for defcndint.
u ls stipulated between Geo. A. D.t-
vis tor planum nnu iviniay. uauou v
McClannhan for defendanir. In Tllta C,
Towksbuty vs. A. O. Cuniia nnd others,
that the case bo dlscontlnicd so far a:i
relict ngainst tho trua:c lb concerned.
the plaintiff having obt.nncd n deed ot
her Interest, but that tho bill may bo
retained as one for partition.
ENTER SEVENTH CLEAN DAY
2:13 p. m. No nlatms today,
seventh clean day entered. Dr.
Wood has Just returned from a
rldo ot forty miles and, after
signing a few papers, gono
homo to rest.
Work of Inspection.
Out ot fifteen unsanitary dwellings
reported by Inspector Voellcr, at Ka
llhl since tho 2Gth Inst., six hae h"cti
remedied. Inspector Wheeler has regis
tercd fourteen unsanitary places In tho
Pauoa region, and half of tho number
havo been put In good condition. No
prosecutions hnvo taken phco as yet,
but several have been given nu ultima'
turn of forty-eight hours. It ls be
lieved that ono or two prosecutions m
each district will speedily bring all
tho delinquents to time.
Dr. Peterson Retires.
Dr. Chas. A. Potcrson retires this
evening from tho post of a cnll physi
cian at the Board of He.ilth ofllcc. Kit
will resume his duties us Inspector of
Immigration. Calls havo materially
slackened up, while thn inspection cf
plantation labor has neen Intel rupted
moro than three months through quar
antine. Dr. Peterson having taken tho
prophylactic yesterday will soon be
ready to go wherever his inspection
duty requires. For the past tow diys
ho has been inoculating neafarlng ii'cn
on tho water front with tho prophylac
tic serum, no less than 300 MibJects
having been punctured with his
Call on the Consul.
Thcro will bo n meeting of all tho
Chlncso societies at tho United Chi
nese hall to namo delegates to visit
tho Chinese consul. Tho ebject ot tho
visit will bo to learn from thn consul
tho reason for his charges that mem
bers of tho Progressive Society arc
Mr. Lewis to Study.
Walluku, March 29. Rev. John M.
Lewis, In charge of the mitlvo Protest'
ant churches on Maul, ixpects to lea
iur 1110 uuubi tun uuAk ..J.. iu juiu
his family who aro now at the Coast.
Mr. LowlB Intends to tain n post gradu-
ate course at ono of tho unlvorxltlea In
J. ALFRED MAGODN,
A F JUDD, JR,
r.p.n. a nAViq.
- - . . . . . . . w ,
C LORRIN ANDREWS,
K A.N. KEPOIKAI.
b These are the names of the
pentlemenappo'ntcd by Presi-
t D e "S m t ,h,e
Court of C n ms whkh Hresi-
dt AU'Kinley authorised him
to nppunt for adjuJi ating
to nppunt for adjuJi
claims on ac.ro nt ol losses of
j property through fires ordered
by the Board of Health.
Among the passengers who aril veil
from Hllo this morning on tho Mikii
hala were Captain C. r. Klltgaard nnd
tho chief engineer of the steamer
Cleveland, now at Hllo.
Captain Klltgaard .saM when inter
viewed,. "The portions of the machln-
cly 0f tho Cleveland that broko down
wcro tho truss shaft nnd block, nnd
foro we were able to rtcam into tho
harbor nt Hllo.
"We brought with tin drawings for
n new truss shaft and Jlso the broken
truss block; It will be iully tun d.iva
before thty can be completed when' I
will return to Hllo and once more start
for San Francisco.
"They call the Cleveland a hoodoo
ship, but I think she Is pretty lucky.
for the chances of making rcpahs 01
any kind looked pretty film for a time.
nnd tour knots an hour 19 slow but it
saved a lot of money."
TIiIb JVInn Is Lost.
An unknown Chinaman was taken to
tho pollco station this morning Ho
ts thought to bo Insane. Ho docs not
know his name, whero ho lives or
where he ls. All that he would say In
answer to questions put to him was
some Chlncso lingo not undnrstuod by
tho Chlncso Interpreter. Dr. Emerson
will examlno htm this afternoon.
Wiilluhu Quarantine Knitted.
Walluku, March it.-Iho Lahaina
quarantine was raised last Saturday,
March 24th. Tbo Wultiik'i statto la
now making Its rc;ula- bi-weekly trips
to Lahaina and back. Tho liana quar
antine was raised last w'.-ck. Tho
churches and schools nro In full swing
again In Walluku and lclnlty.
We hive lhe. tmt satNfa:
torv SHORS rijiht in ,hani
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