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Evening Bulletin FSt?fr
Tot. II Mo. 1718
HONOLULU. TKRKITORT OF HAWAII, FRIDAY.
wjuieierr or .
Board of Commissioners
Holds a Meeting
PHYSICAL TRAINING FOR
THE RONgLULU SCHOOLS
Some1 Disciplinary Hubs on Leaves w
Absence and Hoars of Teaching
- Land Deals Axe
lie commissioners 01 rpuuc in-
iKtlo'n'beU n meeting this morning
, Jjuperlnundent A. T. Atkinson presid
ing.. . i -.,
AA'oIntmen.t were made, to schools
as below: '
Mlssyiolet I.lma, assistant at Kona
wacnnb nppolfite'd d Tfo.scbooJjyient,
confirmed, . --t
Mlsii Lillian CliyppaC Assistant dt
Iolunoa in nkfca of.'JlJ Lucy Born,
resigned. Jjv, "
.Mist HltdebrAnitvan Deerlln, to M
kapala. In .nine? of her Bister, Mls3
Kcl'n van DTln, resigned.
Mis Nina Adam; Instructor In phy
sical training in Honolulu schools, at a
specialist' regular salary.
The 'reslgrtnllon of Miss Charlotte
Recknlth from Kaahumanu school was
The action of the Superintendent waj
approved W granting !Mrs. Frashir.
principal of Katulanl school, leave of
nbsenco foi the last week of the term
owing to the serious Illness of her fa
' thcr In San Francisco.
Better accommodation are necdul
for Pohakupiks school, but nothing --an
be done until the Legislature make new
Av petition from South Kohaln for
the reopening of the school at Kan
laenwaj referred to C W. Baldwin,
normal Instructor foi Hawaii, to whom
v was1 also left the leasing of school Und
near Xn Hoopoe.
An offer of the Bishop Estate regard-,
lug nn exchange of land at Wnlnlm
was referred tp the Superintendent.
It was decided to Instruct school
agents that tenchors should not no
emitted lftAtpa nf nbsenei dutini: the
.... ..... In hba if jlnln'naa rht 11M1.'
It'llll eACC-U lit inoro '. "'i"""1"' "' " '
cr extreme necessity.
Another edict was that on the clos
ing and reopening daysOf term teach
ers must keep school the same num
ber of hours ns on other das.
Tenchlng certificate were reported
to hae been gi anted ns follows"
rim class Miss Miirgaiet Nipc ahd
Miss Ilovena K'lllch'ardson
Second class Miss Nellie Richard,
William Kalunklnl und Moses Kauhl
, Alllncp I'ut In Chnrfti.
Cape Town, Dec. 13 Sir Alfred 'Mll
ner has been gazctied administrator of
the Orange Hher1 Colony' and the
Transvaal. General Kitchener ha
cabled to the authorities of South Aus
tralia asking that the -wounded Im
pel lal bushmen who are now convales
cent be returned fp Sduth Africa.
Washington, Dec' 13. When the
House met today It adopted a resolu
tion, on motion of Mr. Payne of Nuw
York, the floor leader of tho majority,
for a hol!da recess' from Friday, De
cember 21 to Thursday, January 3d.
Following are the passengers: Cabin
passengers Mrs. L. C, Abies and two
children, T.,W,Allejt,and wife, S. M.
Dallou, Geo.T. Beckley, J. E. Dlrd, Dr.
A.iJf. Blake, Mrs. L. C. Bond, Jno.
Boyie, Miss K. Bojle. E. T, Chamberj,
(leo.'H. ColllnsMrs. K.Coop'cr, Mlsi
K. H? Cooper. n.'-J.Engllsh, Miss ?,
UE OFFER FOR SALE
'corner of Lunalllo and Pllkol
Streets, 8 room house, elec
tric lighted. 2 feet of
. frontage. '
",Also the adjoining 6 room
' house, with lot 41x200.
McClellan,.Pond & Co.
Tel. Main 69." JuddBuilding.
Ferguson. Mis C, W. Flanders, Ml XI
U Flanders, Ml M. B.'-FUaderaMr.
J. tl. fratltrJudgt 0.A, Oalbrillh
and wife, J. W. (Isle. J, Oandalt, M.
CJrccn, M, 8, (lrlnbaum and wife, M, K.
aroumah. W. W. Halt, Ml B. Hebel.
C, P. Hlppely and wife, 1. Hlppely and
wife, Capt. M. Itouellherg, Mrs. J. A.
Hopper, Ml M. Hopper, F, fl. Holy
helser, K. I. Hughe and wife. A, Ji
Hunt, W. Q. Irwin, 11. lsenberg, O. K.
Johnston, Mrs. II. J, Johnston and
two children, K. Kahn and wife. Miss
Knhn, 0. T, Kelley, J, A. Kennedy J
W. Keyston, Jr., fl. II. Know leu, Mn.
M. C. Mndholm, Mis Llndholm, Mis
K'. McKlplcy, J. L. Mel.enn, F.. Mo
Nutty, Mr. A. M. Melll. Mr. C, T.
Merry, Miss A. C. Meryy J. E. Miller.
Miss L. Morgan. Mrs. J. C Murph), Miss
Ja Murray, Mrs. J. E. Owen. S. S. Pas
chal and wife, S. Pelscr. r. K Perkins,
K W. Peterson and wlfe.-Jas H. Pratt
and Wife, 11. II. Hcnton Mis K. Rob
ertson, Oeorge Rosa and wife, C. F
Schmermcrborn, II. B. Schoetkc, C. G
8mlth, F. C. Smith C. H. Bprlngor. L.
B. SUarn and wife, W. S. Stltt. E. W.
Strouss, F. D, 8wUt, D, "P. Thompson,
Miss U Vestal, ilre. W.' A. Wall, child
and maid, Mrs. Geo. Watt, F. II. Wills
and wife. E. C-Wlggln and wife, Mrs.
0. K. WIHler.,lS.JL Wodehouse, Mis
"-YRL1 : Por, Po,Pago Mrs. E. L.
Oravee, Miss arntes, T.f. temple. For
Auckland T. Aiistm nnd wife,' J. II.
Drown. C E. Colebrook" nnd wife. T,
P. Goodman and wife. E. Grave auff
wife. Percy Grave, wife and two chil
dren, G. II. Lnmbson, BenJ. K. Morton.
II. Wiener. For Sydney P. C. Arriud;
Jas. Aldcroft, peo. II. Bartlctt, 3. Ben
Jamln nnd wife. Oi Blogg, Geo. 0.
Brewster, y. t. Clczy-Brown nnd wlf",
Prof.'A. N. Cobb, wife and child. Ml
D. Cobb. Miss Freda Cobli. Miss M.
Cobb, Master Roger Cobb, .Master Vh.
tor Cobb, A. Cole, -Ai Davis. Miss if
Goldberg, G. M. Hawthorne, II. D.
Heather and wife. L. II. Mttlefleld, U.
A. LIUenbcrger, Mrs. U, Lloyd, J. F.
McDermott, A. D. McLean, II. Nelson
and wife, E. A. Palmer, Chas. Pennel!,
C. Do V. Pery, Mrs. F. Smyth, Mrs. C
to mm pa pa lai im ta. T jet l t-a
W. G. IRWIN.
President and Manager. Irvvtn
V. Thomas, E. Watt. Mrs. M, ,L. Whip
ple. Join nt Honolulu fpr Pago Pago
Mrs.' Mprrow 'and child, Mrs. a. D
jjumfonl and child. Join at tlonolulu
for Sydney A. H. Davlesi II. F. Dv
vies, Mrs. Frank Walker and child. For
tlonolulu Second cabin A. 0. Alex
ander, wife nnd three children, I). F.
Berry and wife, M. Blllc, J, Brasgulcr,
Walter Campbell, Max Captain, Mrs. II.
Conlon, 0. H. Cordler, Mrs. J, T, C07
dlcr. W. J. De Boer, T. H. Duncan, S.
L. Harris, Mrs. W. L Hcnkels nnj
three children, Mrs. B. Kotzran, Mhs
M. Kotzran, Jamea Kirk, Mr. F, M.
Lechner, Chas." LeLong, Mrs. B. U Mc
Alplne, Mrs. C. Melrose, O. J, Mors?,
Oeo. Murphy, J. II. Nlshwltz, wife and
child, Miss F. Pogue, Mrs. It. II. Bid-
dley, Mrs, M. A, Robinson, A. T. Roai,
Mrs. C. A. Schmidt and three children,
Mrs. A. Sherman, T, B. .Btnlth, wife
and two children, Mrs. Q. It. Storer aril
chili, F. T.-Bulllvan, J. Tt Tregloan,
Mlsrf Van Derllng. A. C. Vestai. A. B.
Wcymbuth, MrslU, A. Williams, Irs.
R. B. Zemalt.. For Auckland Second
Cabin 0, A. Brown, B. N. Chrlstenseu,
R. A ones.' W. D. McCurdle, Mrs. A.
Taylor, J. W. Workman, For Sydney,
Second cabin H, II. Boettgar, J. II.
Brake, J, A. Burden, Mrs. J. A. Burden,
Misses Burden (2), E. Hawken, A. W.
Juncker, W. Whelan. s
Mekuhala, one of the boat boys at the
boat landing, was fined 2 and costs In
tho Police Court this forenoon on tho
charge of drunkenness. His fine was
paid by one of his friends and he Btait
cd down toward, the water front. Tho
temptation to taKo another drink was
fo strong and tile one drink Increased
Into a number. Ho went out into the
street with another lovely "Jag" and la
now In Jail again waiting to appear In
the Police Court tomorrow forenoon.
A complete new stock of shoes has
been received at L. B. Kerr & Co.'
thee storer"corner Fort and Hotel
ttreets and wll be sold at the merest
shaving of profits. '
Special attention Is called to the dls
play.of toys and Xtnas goottaut L.B.
Kerr & Co.'s. A full line ls'in stock
end of the veryi finest.
pzaan warn mmmn
NEW OCEANIC LINER
Palatial Steamer Is
All That Was Pro
mised by the
- The arrival of the steamship Slerr.V
last evening at 7:43 o'cjlock
has beri" looked forward J? to by,, tho
average kainnnlnjHisfSiroVcllrrenec of
morcthnn unsual Intdit.Jnillevlnit
and rrghtly tojhatlho construction
and operation qf sucITTalatlBl steamy
ere mean 'tile stlflifurthcr nd more
rapid" development of the comm&lclali sj
Interest of the entire group of Island)
that dot this nortlon -afthc Pacific
ocean by closer Intercourse vltn Aair.i rt
lciwlngf.port8 of two hemispheres. At " JOHNSj. 8PRBCKCL8.
7 o'rlofk the' prolpnaetl blowing anil president Oceanic ,8"i. Co.
screeclflncf f, usual three yhlstes nniif . ,' i,N, v. m
nounced Iho fnctthnt thne,vA,cean? P4ftKilSipamtaliaPn
Unci nail been sighted otf H'okoiHcailraccommodatnins weie list behind thoBU
Iluslness men nnd others- who could of the best Atlantic-lluepi. Not only I
possibly to do so wended their wny to commodlousness a fejturoof the ne
the water front to catch a glimpse of vessel, but In convenience of grrongo.
the new steamer ad by their presence ments throughout the Sierra wns a
n" Pa pa Ka pa ja Pa fa la ra Pa psfjoj Wa
M Pa Pa PS Pa p Pa ra Pa Pa Pa Pa
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to personally endorso tho enterprise
and business sagacity of tha-men thai
comprlso the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany In having catered to the com
fort and welfare of the traveling public
In the construction of such steamers .13
tho Sierra, Sonoma and Ventura, repre
senting as they do an enormous finan
As soon as the steamer was slghteJ
tho tug boat Fearless In charge of Cap
tain Broknw, was boarded by mem
bers of the press and Fred Whitney of
W. 0. Irwin & Co, who are the local
agents for the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany. Reaching tho. slues or tno no.v
Pacific liner no time was lost In board
ing the vessel.
Stepping upon the steamer's deck one
becomes Immediately Impressed with
V Jl, t, r f
the general arrangements throughout.
The elegance of the Sierra's furnishings
and the modern methods which have
'been observed In her construction vero
apparent to everybody who weut
B. . . B
.fit ' s' ' K A
aboard. It was the opinion of some of
the most traveled of the visitor thrt
.the new steamer far outclassed tut
other passenger craft operating In tie
I aeinu, mid inuv in mini) icniCT.n iii-i
p M Pa H pb n p. M ra M Pa Pa P-
pa pa pa "a Pa pa pa p pa Pa Pa pa Pa
Pa Pa Pa Pa Pj n Ps to s Pi P4 M ra r
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reveiniion 10 moso wno visuuu iii'J
There nro accommodations for 234
first class passengers on the Sierra, In
addition to 80 second class and SI
steerage. Tho dining saloon Is on the
upper deck, and enn accommodate ICO
persons at ono sitting. The dining
room for second class passengers, situ
ated on the main deck, will accommo
date 75 persons, nnd like the second
class staterooms, shows an almost la
vish expenditure In the furnlshlngr.
There aro Blxty-flve staterooms on tho
upper deck, and two bridal staterooms
on the hurricane deck, where are alio
tho rooms of the deck officers, as well
as the largo social hall.
The hall Is finished In mahogany,
w Ith green plush upholstery and green
carpet. The smoking room I aft on
the Imrrlcano deck Is largo, and fui
nlshed in buff leather. There are ten
first class bathrooms, with porcelain
tuba and marblo walls, celling and til
ing and two Independent showers in
marble Inclosures.. There are One por
celain tubs In the second class bath
rooms and on the upper deck Is a Unci
appointed barber shop. An Innovation
throughout tho passenger quarters Is
the ceilings, which are finished In bur
lap and canvas, toned In colors to suit
tho furnishings. The entlro ship can
be ventilated by forced draught when
Captain II, C. Houdlette, formerly of
the Bteamer Australia and Marlponv
U la command of the Sierra. The oth
er principal officers are: Chief Officer,
J. II, Trask: purser, N. C, Walton
chief steward, W, N, Hannlgan; chief
engineer, W, H. Nelmanj juVBJgP, Br, I
come, aii are weu Known ana psyiimr
officers of the Oceaniccompany., They
speak tn praise of th seaworthiness of
tho Sierra. The steamer left Philadel
phia, where she was built by the
Cramps shipbuilding firm, on October
11th, and Cape Henlopen on the follow
ing day. The steamer was datalned
over thirteen Ijours off Capo Virgin, at
Sandy point. In
the Strait fourtetnJ
hours and 'oft Coronet one 'day and fit-
r vWL jiiv,'fllHV J &t
i .wil m Hi m-f I'M fc i IH1K
She Encounters Heavy
Gale On Her Ini- -
teen hours, the total detention belns 2
days 22 hours and 10 minutes. Tho to
tal steaming tlmo was 39 days and 1C
hours from Cape Henlopen to San Fran
clco. Tho actual time of tho trip from
Philadelphia was 43 dajs and 6 hours,
which breaks the record. The best pre
vious lime from New York or vlclnl'y
was 15 day, made by the same corn
pan)' steamer Alameda In 1883. Tba
Sierra mido over seventeen knots on I
her trial trip and the best tlmo nnJe
on the trlptoSan Francisco was 111
knots an hour for twenty-four hours,
some das ago. The steamer ha twin
screw nnd triple-expansion cnglnis.
There ore 100 persons In tho crew,
Tho Sierra left San Frnnclsco on
December 13 nt 3:30 p. tn. on her maiden
trip to Sjdney, via Honolulu, Pago
Pago and Auckland.
fc a ra Pa fc& m P4 Po ftpsfrarag
1 nno a o onicnuia onip.
During nn interview with W. O. Ir
win who was a passenger on the
maiden trip of the Sierra to Honolulu,
much Information was obtained, lie
states. "Whan the steamer left San
Frnncltico on Thursday, Dec. 13th at
3:30 p. ni. the Weather Bureau predict
ed n heavy storm but we did not sec
any of It until well out nt sea In the
vicinity of tho Fnrrnlouo Islands, where
It commenced to blow and from that
tlmo on for four days and nights nni
of the worst storms I have ever experi
enced In all my travels prevailed,
"I waB on the bridge with Captain
Houdlette upon several occasions when
the waves broko clear over tho front
of the steamer und carried 'away n por
tion of tho canvass guards surrounding
the bridge. When there was tho least
lull In the Btorm the captain would
CHIBF ENGINBER NC1MAN.
give cyders to start ahead agalji, o
with baffling with tho elements It was
not until the fifth dav out that tho vfs-
Bei jvns able to got down' ti steady run
ning. Tuesday was the first really
RnS52 it ''iiiiH
decent weather., hs4 Hkftuth 'tm
tktt dy heavy westerly prsvSlhU
fd The only really pleasant wnUhrfj
was experienced on Wednesday tl
"You may lo state that by reason
of Crimp A Sun of Philadelphia, con
tractor (or the; roastructlon of the ves
sel, being elht month behind on
their rontrncts the Sierra wa hurried
away from Philadelphia before she
ready for ea. This wa done to mot
the requirement or the mall service,
did not ci en have time In Sin
Francisco to do all that wa absolutely
necessary o Hint any orio who I fa
miliar with vessel can 'Appreciate aud
overlook tlio minor temporary defwl
In any tinwly built steamer.
"Iho Sierra In my Itlament a wll
aa.iMfeB'jotlHr will firove hrrwll to
lie a wonderful boat and Men In the
teeth of one of the worst Rtorm I hate
ever ecn on the Pacific hc proved her
clf to lie n magnificent wa boat and
perfectly easy during nil the heavy sea
With the exception of a few minor tie'
tall her engines movo like clock work.
' "You mny also talc that the Siena
ha 300 ton of meat In her cold storage
room, and that the company Intend to
make the handling of cold storage SUP'
pile a feature In all of the steamers
of the Oceanic line.
"The Sierra Is, an you nro no doubt
nwnre, furnished elegantly and ou
might call particular attention to her
mngnlflccnt wide promenade decks
which one can datl) appreciate In tri
pling through the tropics. Word of
prnlsc to the entire complement of offi
cer from the captain down am not
nmlss, for tholr uniform courtes) mil
strict attention to the welfare-of, th3
ship and Individual comfort of her pai-
Report of tho Pursp
"Snlled from San Frnnclsco
Dec, nt 3-30 p. m., nnd passed bar
1 ght at fi-in n m Discharged pilot
and proceeded on on vonge. Wiather
dull and cloitdv with fresh S. W. wind.
and n heavy N. W. swell. At 1 a. m.
wind gradually freshened wltn rnln
snualls and at C n m. blowing i
strong gain with a very big sen run
ning, musing shin to Inbor nnd tnko
nn large quantities of water: 9 n.
m hnd to slow down. At 2 p.. m. Dec.
14, still blowing a strong gale with
W. M. OIFPAUD,
Jnd Vlec-Prei! nnd Aim't Mftr.,
I Irwlit Cr Co.
i Pa Pa ia Pa Pa Pa P3 ! Pa Pa Pa Pa pa
ttiuu iriun n. . onippcii a iicuvy
sen ovir forward, unshipping one nf
tho derrick boom nnd smnBhlng In
tho woodwork an front of bridge, high
sea and wind all day, Dec. IS, strong
galo from 8. SAV heavy lea and
again had to slow down. Dec. 1C,
gnle still blowing, moderate, about
midnight. At ft p. m. wind shifted N.
N.W., shipped a big sea, washing
nwuy awning rldgo nolo nnd Iron
stsimclilon, also Iron door off from
windless. High wind and sen nil day.
Barometer 29 2G Dec. 17, still blow
ing hard with high sea and continued
sn imtfl 9 n. m. Tnerennoil mip nnnoil
fpnm elnn. n Tiulf annml A. n ... '
wind became more moderate. At noon
weather bettor with free to strong
S. W. winds Doc. 18, weather fine
with fresh S. W. wind nnd high west
erly swell, continued about tho samo
to port. m
The Dally Run,
The run of tho Sierra from San
Francisco to Honolulu will glvo a clear
Idea of the fury of tho storm and the
conditions under which sho hnd to
make headway, llrst day, 191 mild,
second, 290 miles, third, 283; fourth,
290: fifth, 2SG, sixth, 312; seventh, Hi.
Total, 1991 miles Run to port from
noon Thursday, 89 miles. Total, S0&0
Frank Johnson, nn old kamaalnn,
died at the Queen's hospital of uremia
last night. Ho' was the black'Bmtth
on nieclo plantation, and the leader of
tho Kaunl band. Mr. JohnBon was Gl
years of age. Ho leaves a wlto and
family. Tho funeral will take place at
11 a. m. tomorrow.
Lute 8ugar Market.
Now York, Dec, 13, Sugar Raw,
steady: fair refining, 3 21-32; centrifu
gal, 9G test, 4 13-32c; molasses sugir,
3 21-3ic. Refined, quiet; crushed, Ge;
powdored, 5.70c; granulnted, 6.60c.
Hitt tor the Semite.
Washington, Dec' 13. Representa
tive Hitt of Illinois today made formal
announcement of his candidacy for the
United States Senate
A dainty piece of lacquerware or
some odd-loklng Japanese curio would
make an oxcellent Christmas present,
ror.sale by Iwakaml, Hotel street
!Wt "" .4
His Secretary ' Writes of?
Their Stay in San
Francisco. Jf ' ?t
C1V i mnt I1NI0NC Vf i
-oppose porto mum-
Callers at Their HotelDelegate Con
gratulated by Mayor Phelan and"''
Good Wishes Offered
By the Sierra, Senator-elect Katano
knlanl received n letter from hi son '
secretary to Delegate Wilcox, whtft
tells of the safe arrival of himself And
Delegate Robert W. Wilcox In Sn v
It was the Intention of the party to
lenc for Washington on the 10th, Inst.
On tho Siturday and Sunday previous,
n large number of people called on Mr. ,
Wilcox. Among tho number were th
follow Itig- Judge nnd Mrs. Oalbralth,
Col C P. Iaukeaand wife Major Phe
lan, Mrs tl. C. Beckley. John D.
dpreckcls nnd a large number of otherj. ;
Mnvor Phelan congratulated Mr. WIN ,
cox on his success and expressed th
hope that he will meet with overy
sucress In Washington.
In passing, Mr Kalauokalanl mtf
the statoinent that ho had talkeVUWi'
many labor union men In SajWBBj
Cisco and that they were Till f snout t ,
the fact that Porto Rlcan laborers were
to be brought to Honolulu.
MINol 1 TRUSTS
District Attorney Balrd received by
the Slcrrn last night Instructions from
the Attorney Uccnrnl of the United
StattB nt Washington to Investigate
and proceed against nnd dissolve any
Illegal combination or conspiracies- or
J trusts In restriction of trade or com
imerco In Hawaii. When linked about
tho matter today, Mr. iBtilrit had the ,
following to say: "Ibis means that I
j w 111 proceed at once to Investigate the
leases Included In tho Instructions. If
I they do not dissolve or cancel tchlr 11-
It gal agreements, I will proceed
! against them The Attorney QcneraL
, gives mo the option of proceeding
, crlmlmlly or chilly"
TIIU KUPRUMB COURT
.lustli o Onllirnltli having
tho .Supremo Court term
Is In full
swing Wllllard vs. Vincent ct al. la.to
be nrgucd on Its merits, after' much
v.rnngllng over the n.mstlon otwobthor
or not it had any merits.
In Christie) vs Magoon nnd wlfr, ,
Justice Perry Is disqualified. There I
talk of Judge Ddlngs of the Third Clr- j
cult, sitting In Ills, place. Judga
Humphrcvs of tho First Circuit Is dis
qualified from being a substitute oy- ,
ing lu iiiuiriMKe rtriatiuuniiiii wiw uu- j
feudant. It Is a very serious case, '$'
defendant J. A. Magoon, nn attorney oty,
tho Court, Is charged in the pleading, v
with, gross fraud, -'''' v
the Attorney General of the United
thty do not dissolve or cancel their II- ,
wrangling over the question of whether j
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN- V,
TAIM TrU All Umx all tin IV
Mt ! J.V , WHWAnw. Ai
F. WICHMAN. L J
We have Enough TiesJn stock to
suply all the vj,
Ladies ef Heielili.v
These SLIPPERS are In Vlcl
Kid and Patent Leather, and of
the LATEST EASTERN FASH
IONS. Tbev are. without the
least bit of cxaceratlon, the most
Stylish Line of SLIPPERS ever,
placed on Sale In Honolulu. '-'
They are on exhibition
Prices Range Prom
$i.so to $t.m;-,
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