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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUNK 27. IDOL
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A DEATH BLOW IS
Senate Reads Salaries
Bill and Then
ACTION WAS TAKEN BY '
" ' A UNANIMOUS VOTE
Annexation Resolution Also Giveu a
s Resting Place-Achi Calls
Attention to House
The Senate at Its session this (ore
noon, dropped Its Appropriation bill
and took up the bill of salaries that
hart been received, from the House. The
rules were suspended, the Senators re
moved their coats, passed cigars and
cigarettes around and waded Into the
House bill, Indulging ivery now and
then in a whistle or an exclamation of
surprise at various Items for, raise as
they had yesterday, the salaries of
many different government employes,
they found that the House had sons
them one better.
When the Senate met this forenoon,
the clerk read a communication from
the House, 'submitting the following
bill which passed third reading In the
House on Tuesday last: "An act to
appropriate money for the purpose of
defraying the expenses of the extra
Besslon of the Legislature of tho Ter
rltory of Hawaii, of the years lsoi,
from tho Public Treasury."
Mr. J. Brown moved tho bill pass Its
first reading. Mr. Carter moved to
amend tho sum of $15,000 mentioned
In the bill, to $29,000 but, his atten
tion being called to Jie fact that no
amendments could be made on first
reading, he withdrew his motion and
thf bill passed first reading. Second
reading was set for tomorrow. Third
reading will be on Saturday but the
money will probably not be available
until some time next week.
The clerk read another coramunlca.,
tlon from the House, transmitting
Home resolution 3, relating to the an
nexation" of the Tefrttorrof-Mawall
tho State of California, which passed
in tho House on the23th Inst..
Mr. Carter made a'.motlon to the ef
fect that copies of the resolution,
which protests against the annexation
of Huwall to California, be sent to tb
President of the Senate and the House
of Representatives of the State of
California as well as the President of
the United States, the President of the
Senate' and the Speaker of the House
of Representatives and Hawaii's Dele
gate. Mr.J. Brown moved that the Item
pass. At this point. Mr. White Jurape 1
up and attacked the resolution with
such visor that Mr. J. Brown withdrew
his motion and seconded that of Mr.
White to-lay the resolution on the ta
ble. The motion prevailed..
In Bpeaklng of the resolution. Mr.
White said that, to pass It would be
absolute cnuus piay. in tne nrst
place, the whole thine was nothing
but newspaper talk. It would bo Urns
enough to take action when there was
something being done along the line
of annexing Hawaii to California, in
pass the resolution would be to bring
to public attention a matter that had
At the present time, been talked about
only In tho newspapers and by people
knowing nothing about Hawaii. Upon
reaching Washington, It would be
laughed at by the President of the
United States and the Senato and
The clerk then read a communication
from the House, transmitting House
bill 2, the Salaries bill. Before tho
reading of the bill was taken up, Mr,
Achi made the statement that he had It
on good Information that, after the
House had passed the bill, the Print
Ing Committee had taken the bill, cut
out a part of It, and then sent It up to
the Senate. '
The clerk being atked to explain
what ho knew about the matter, ans
wered that the bill had come up from
the House yesterday with Section 4
missing. It was taken back to the
House, the missing section was again
pasted In and the same was sent up
tc the Senate. On this showing, the
1)111 was taken up and read through,
icon zoo EACH
just above Wyihe St.
FOK -A'.E ON .
Beretania, King, Prospect,
Anapuni and other Streets
A neat little Cottage on
the Senators taking down on their bill,
the differences between the Items as
passed In the Senate and In the House.
The reading of the bill was finished
lit 41:30 o'clock. ,
MrJ. Brown moved to lay the bill
on the table. This wns.sece.nded by
Mr. Carter, the previous' question wai
called and the motion carried unani
mously, all the Senators but Hon. H.
P. Baldwin and Dr. Russel being pres
ent At this point, the Senate took a re
cess until 2 o'clock.
The section which was missing from
the bill when first sent to the Senate
yesterday, Is as follows:
Section 4. Every appointed employe
of the Territory who has faithfully and
continually served the same for more
than five yean prior to the commence
ment of the biennial period for which
these appropriations are made, shall
receive and be' paid, during the first
year of said period an advance of five
per cent over the present wage or sal
ary, and for the second year an advance
of like amount
TO WIDEN BERETANIA ST
In tho Executive Council today, the
matter of amending tho articles of
Incorporation of Orcenbaum ft Co.,
Ltd., was set for a hearing next Mon
day. A light wine and beer license was
approved for the Walalua hoteli
J. II. Boyd reported the sewer on
Aala lane completed and ready for con
nections. I Notification was received from the
trustees of the Bishop Estate that tho
estate would consent to tho widening
of De'retanla street from Nuuanu street
to River street to a width of sixty feet;
(he estate to give all land, the govern
ment to change the curbing.
J. H. Boyd showed a map of lots In
Nminnu valley below the second reser
voir, which will be put up at auction.
The terms agreed upon are one-fourth
rash and the balance in one, two and
An offer of $40 Yer acre for a small
tract on Kau as a church site was pre
sented by E. S. Boyd. The council an
proved the sale at that figure.
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For groceries ring up Bluo 911.
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An important case will be brought
up In Judge Gear's court tomorrow, In
which the bearing of the recent deci
sion of the United States Supreme
Court on Insular possessions upon dc-
I clslons.of tbe.Hawatlari Supreme Court
uunng tne "transition period" win be
tne main point. If the ueclslcii is held
to overrule the findings of the local
Supreme Court In the matter of tho
constitution following the flag In thi
Peacock cased and others, the far
reaching Importance Is at once seen,
The question ailses on a motion for
a new trial that will be mado by
Thomas Fitch, In the damage case of
Rcls vs. the Oahu Railway & Land Co.,
wmen was ueclued lor defendants. uur
Ing tho "transition period." The Jury
stood eleven for defendant and one for
Plaintiff. It Is upon this point that
the motion for a new trlnl will be bas
ed. Hatch & Sllllman will oppose the
The insurance case of Choy Look vs
Royal Insurance Company being tried
in Judge Oear's court will probably
go to the Jury this afternoon. The
point made by the plaintiff In this suit
ts different from that In most of" the
plague fire Insurance cases Is that the
proximate cause of the fire was'a sud
den change In the wind and not the
setting of fire by the authorities.
The wind phase of tho case caused
Prof. C. J. Lyons, the weather observer
to be called as a witness. The lawyers
had plenty of .fun with the "wind
guesser" as he was called by a hostile
attorney. Lyons provoked consider
able mirth In the court room by Bay-
ing tnat his long experience as an ob
server had made It possible to gauge
the velocity of the wind by looking at
the clouds, with greater accuracy than
could be shown by the government In
POLICE COURT N0TB8.
Judge Wilcox wont through a rather
mall calendar today. Six Inebriated
boozes faced the music and wero as
sessed $2 and costs. Tho case of Mrs.
Rcls, up for conducting a gambling
house, was laid overmntll June 28th,.
The hearing KImtira and Kala.
charged with assault and battery oif
janaxa, was also postponed until the
The main case was that of Chin I.ura
and Sing Chock, who were charged
with assault and battery on Annie Ka
ma. The trouble developed out of a
little dispute on a washing which the
two celestials had done for the native
woman, pn Miss Kama walking off
with Ufa wash without paying, the two
brothers sallied forth fiom their laun
dry and proceeded to play football
with tnelr little customer. As a re
sult they were assessed the paltry lit
tle sum of $10 and costs. F. M. Brooks
Vepresentcd the Chinamen.
A divorce was granted this forenoon
to Mario Hall from her husband Win.
Hall, on the ground of adultery.
The Fire Claims Commission com
pleted tho hearing of the T. Harnmoto
claim this morning and began tho con
sideration of claim io. 9. for $2360.10.
filed by Motoyama Matsutaro.
George Compere, tho stato entomolo
gist of California was among the
through passengers In tho Sonoma on
his way to Australia to complcto tho
work which ho has been carrying out
iiv the Colonies In the Interests of the
plate of California.
UK WI1RD 1 -BUFFALO
How Mexico's Exhibit
HAWAII SCHOOL EXHIBIT
MAKING I.REAT HIT
Business Men of Territory Should
Begin at Once to Plan for
Repsentation at St.
II. D. Wlshard, cjlift of the 'Fifth
Circuit Court 'nt "Untie, accompanied
by his wife. and children, arrived In
tho Sonoma yesterday Ufrom a'thrce
months' .visit at their old homo In
Indianapolis, Ind. While on the Main
landtney visited Buffalo and of .course
aw tho Exposition and took In the
shows representing tho Tcrrllnrv of
Mr. Wlshard said: "The school ex
hibit from Hawaii Is first class In every
respect and Is attracting a great deal
of Attention throughout the cast. The
Buffalo nnnern esneclallv. have been
full of favorable comment up'oV this
"Miss Rose Davison did wonders In
securing space for this exhibit. She
was late In arriving and there was no
place avallablo for the Hawaiian school
exhibit. She rustled around and final
ly secured splendid quarters In the
United States Government building.
The exhibit Is so placed that all per
sons going through this building can
not fall to be Impressed by It. Miss
Davison Is assisted by Miss Smith,
Miss Philips and Mrs. Ordway. Miss
Davison Is constantly at her post and
is working hard to creat good Impres
sions of Hawaii.
"What about the Midway? Well,
there ore twe-Hawaiian shows on the
Midway. The panorama Is grand but
to me the song and dance artists
seemed somewhat on the bum. How
ever, the crowds were greatly Inter
ested and will be taught at least a few
things about our country. ..
"I could not help contrasting the ex
hibit made by Mexico with the show
ing made by Hawaii. Mexican frutti
are shown by a remarkable process.
Tho real milt is not shown, but the,
exact Imitations, made of material un
known to me, are exhibited In glass
cases. The resources of Mexico are
"Everywhere I have traveled, I havo
met numerous Inquiries from people
anxious to know about tho resources of
the Islands, I was asked a thousand
times by people who wero going to
Buffalo, where they should go to learn
most about Hawaii. I could give them
no directions as we had no represen
tative exhibit on the grounds.
"In my Judgment, It Is a great mis
take for the business men of this coun
try to fall to have good representative
exhibits at these great American ex
positions. Tho extent of tho Islands
and the various products should be
shown in n liberal and unstinted man
ner. It Is not too early now, to begin
preparations for the great exposition
at St. Louis," t
Hotel Band Muele.
The band will play .he following se
lections at a concert on the grounds of
the, Hawaiian hotel this evening, be
ginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Part I. "
Overture Ten Girls and no Husband
,...'....'. ..."; Suppe
Finale Rlgoletto Verdl
Reminiscences of Verdi Ggdfrey
(a) Ko Leo. (b) Mlllhal Pua.
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(c) Ka Inuwal. (d) Kuwlllwlll lho
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Cornet Solo Eleanor Polka (by re
Mr. Charles Kreuter,
Dance The Aboriginals ....';. Tblero
Waltz Vienna Bon Bons .... Strauss
Medley Italian ..Melodies, .Hernpoiottl
"The Star Spangled Banner."
Edward Pollltz, jie well known
financier argyed In. Ipwn, In .the Kcou-,
uou this nfornlng! rMr. Points Wis
been spending tho last few days on
Maul, and knowing that the steamer
dkl not stop there,) took a boat and
rowed out to the channel where he
boarded the steamer. J, W. Hall, the
well known piano tuner, was with Mr.
Pollltz on his midnight boat ride.
The Garden Fete.
The moonlight garden tete to be hold
at Oahu College Friday evening Is for
the benefit of tho Y. W. C. A. and all
tho social set of Honolulu are Inter
ested In It. A Gibson play, Gibson
tableaux arranged by Miss May Da
mon, a male quartet consisting of Wal
ter and Isaac Dillingham, Robert At
kinson and Clifford Kimball, and
Kani's orchestra are features of the
THE FLYING JOKDAMS.
From Seabury's high dive to tho
Jordans' feats of daring In mid air.
tho performance on tho drill shed
grounds went off without a hitch.
Symonds had tho difficult work of
waking a largo but not over enthu
tWIc audience. Ha had Jokes galoro,
wHh he got off with such rapidity
that It was bewildering. ?He was en
cored twice for his efforts.
Miss Nellie Jordan kept the audience
on tip toe with her feats of daring on
the tight wire. Miss Jordan Is a daring
little performer, and her youth won the
hearts of the audience completely.
Mile. Atlantis occupies a position in
tho flont rank of serpentine dancers.
The' lighting was perfect last night,
and the dances were heartily enjoyed
by tho audience. Her plastlque poses
were also received.
The Flying Jordans kept tho audi
ence In continual suspense. Their
daring, feats In mid air evoked rounds
The'joung men of the Y. M. C. A.
say that (July 4th must not go by with
out some display of patriotism, and a
good program Is being planned for
their hall that evening. Among tho
attractions already assured are on
oration entitled ".Man Heroic" by
jonn i). waiaron. a ten minute patri
otic address by T. .McCants Stewart,
several i selections by the Amateur Or
chestra) under the leadership of Wray
Taylor,' and more will t -nnounced
STEAMER ,111 II)
'I HI SVDNEV
The Oceanic Btoamer Sonoma which
arrlvod hero yesterday from San Fran
cisco made n fair run to port. She'
discharged tho pilot off the Golden Gate
at a few minutes before 12 noon on tho
day of sailing nnd.tho pilot boarded her
here at 2 p.m. This makes her time
from pilot to pilot. Just six days.
From wharf to wharf the vessel was
six dars and three hours.
t While rln San Francisco, repairs wero
maueiio-me siaruoaru cngino anu it is
nowcornpleto and In fine working or
der. Two new pistons were put In tho
port engine and the high pressuro
cylinder and piston for It are aboard
the vessel to be put, In at Sydney. Tho
port engine is being worked as com-1
pound now nnd, with the engines as,
tney nro, a speed of auout fourteen
knots Is possible for the Sonoma.
Chief Engineer Little said last
night, that if the coal furnished tho
vessel In San Francisco had not been
of such poor quality she would have
made port yesterday morning.
In Sari Francisco the machinists'
strlko compelled tho engineers of tho
Sonoma to make tho repairs to tho
machinery. For this reason sho is be
ing senf to tho Colonics to have the
repairs finished. The striking machin
ists of San Francisco have written to
the, machinist t -Sydney, asking them
not to'.work on the vessel. If the
Colonials accede to' the strikers re
quest, the repairs to the port engine
will not be attempted hut the vessel
will return wlthlher engines as they
are now. With good coal she can keep
to schedule time In her present con
Jailed in 'Frisco
Chl Sen Ken, tho Chinese reformer
who passed through here In the Gae
lic, and who delivered a lecture before
prominent Bow Wongs In this city
while tho steamer was In port, was In
Jail In San Francisco when tho Sono
ma left that port. Naturally, tho re
formers hern are very anxious.
Upon Oil's arrival In San Francisco,
ho was allowed to land on making
satisfactory representations to Collec
tor Stratton. Minister Wu nnd Consul
Genernl Ho Wan heard of the reform
er's arrival and at once set on toot a
movement to apprehend him. The re
sult of this was that, urpn Chl setting
foot aboard a train bound for El Paso,
he was arrested on the ground of il
legal landing and was being held when
the Sonoma left, for transportation
back to China.
It will be remembered that, when
Chl landed here In tho Gaelic, Consul
Yang Wei Pin tried to prevent his
coming ashore but this did not work
nnd tho reformer got In some of his
WOOLLEY FOR HONOLULU.
Chicago, June 1C John O. Woolley,
Prohibition candidato for President in
1900, has started on his trip around
tho world. He left Chicago tonight
for San Francisco, and from there will
sail Juno 29th on tho steamer Maripo
sa. He will visit tho principal cities
of Australia, England, Irc?id, Scot
land and other countries.
At Honolulu Mr, Woolley will speak
onprohlbltlon several times, and may
try to organlto a party there,
OUR NEW P08TJWA8KEKX:r
Washington, D. O., Juno 11. Two
now postmasters have been appointed
In tho Hawaiian Islands, as follows:
E. I Rackllff, Mountain View, II.
T vice J. W, Mason, irmoved, and F.
P. Rosccrans, Ulupalakua, Maul, vice
Edward Wilcox, resigned.
J. A. BRECKONS.
On motion of Geo, A. Davis, the case
of H. R. Hitchcock et al vs. Hustace,
Egan, Foster and the Kamalo Sugar
Company has been, placed on tho calen
dar of tho Supreme Court and will bo
argued thlo term. Tho attorneys for
plaintiff are Davis. Neumann nnd Ma
goon & Thompson. Defendant's at
torneys are Kinney, Ilallou & Mc-
Clanahan, Robertson & Wilder and
Frederick w. iiankey.
TO ALL PARTS
M. P. D. TEL. 621
WHERE MONEY IS
Report of the Accounts
EXPENSE OF "C.H. DICKEY"
IS ALSO TALKED ABOUT
Dickey Introduced a Resolution Which
Was Promptly TabledExpenses
for C.H. Dickey, More Than
Boat is Worth
The House did little this morning
In the way of work. House bill No. 3,
relating to tho current cxnenses was
still In the typewriter's hands, so no
work could be done In that direction.
Mnknlnnl presented the following re
port from the Committee on Accounts
which told plainly which way the mon
ey had gone:
Representatives' compensation. $1.-
000; mileage, $509.90; officers' sala-
.vs, i.jo uupuiu nuns, regular scs,
lilon, J2SSS.80; House Journal account,'
$1317.75; printing account, JUS; trans-1
latlng nccount, $123; typewriting ac
count. $103.33; Committee on Public
Health. $30; Committee on Enrollment,
$3; Committee on Flnince, $105; Com
mittee on Military, $100.50; stationery,
J122.S0; Committee on Public Lands,
etc., $23; Committee on Accounts, $40;
miscellaneous, o; House total, $13,27G-
zu; senato awount. $10,723.02; balance.
7S cents. Total, $30,000.
Thu House was visibly astonished.
Tim report was laid on the table to bo
considered with the bill.
The "C. II. Dickey" was placed In
dry dock today. Bccklcy Introduced
estimates for tho running expenses of
bf stcamsr, which were as follows:
Monthly expenses Captain. $125;
chief engineer, $125; assistant engin
eer, $100; chief officer, $S0; donkey
driver, $40; cook, $40; cabin stownrd,
$35; ten deck hands, $300; two fire
men, $00; provisions. $250; coal fnr
three trips. $275: Incidentals. $40: oil
tor engines, $15; oil for deck lamps, $4;
puinm unu our, iu; loiai, fitjy.
The sum for two years amounted to
a trifle over $35,000,. Aylctt spoko In
support of tho new steamer, but tho
estimates wero tabled to be considered
with the bill.
Dickey Introduced the following
Resolved, That tho following Items
he inserted In Appropriation bill No.
3 for current expenses:
Transfer of Buffalo exhibit to Char
leston, $2000; expenso of numbering
houses, $3000; reimbursing assessor
second dUlslon, $330.71.
Tho resolution was tabled and the
House, at 11:30 o'clock, took a recess
By Supreme Court
Decision waB rendered today by tho
Supremo Court In the case of U. L.
Marx, administrator of the cstute of
J. W. Winter vs. Phoebe A. Parma
leo and the case of the Bamo plaintiff
vs. Bishop & Co. The decision settles
Important questions In the matter of
pledging stocks as security and place
a new construction upon the Hawaiian
statutes regulating tho transfer of cer
tificates of stock.
The facts In the two cases are very
similar. In each, j. W, Winter, do
ceased, gavo bis promissory note to
parties for money borrowed, nnd de
posited with tho payees, certificates
nf stock as collateral recurlty. In the
first case a note was given to Holllstcr
& Co. of $2000. This note with the col
lateral security was assigned to Phoebe
A. t'armalec. Tho estate being Insol
vent, the administrator claims the
possession of said certificate and the
right to sell same for tne benefit nf
all the creditors..
The said certificates In each case
a ere endorsed in blank beforo delivery
to the pledgees and no now certificates'
wero Issued or records of tho transac
tions mndo In tho books of tho corpor
ations. The questions of law propounded
were: "In whom does the legal title
to said shares ot.stod;.lktand?, , ,,
"Is the plaintiff, as such adminis
trator entitled to the possession of said
bhares of stock and has he the right
tc sell tho same for tho equal benefit
of nil tho creditors.
"Are the defendants to bo regarded
as secured creditors with tho right to
sell said collateral security for tho
satisfaction of their own claims?"
The reply of the Court Is that tbo
legal title to the stock stands In tho
defendants; tbo second question Is
answered In tbo negative and the third
In tho affirmative.
The Court holds "that by tho en
dorsement and delivery of tho certifi
cate of stock with the power of snln,
the legal title to the stock passed to
tho pledgee, and that tho pledgee has
tho right to sell the stock and apply
the proceeds to the payment of thn
debt, Interest and coots, accounting to
'thn administrator for tbo excess, I'
It Is held also, "that Section 2010,
Civ, I.. 1SU7, relating to the transfer
nf stock lit corporations and prescrib
ing as prerequisites to a valid trans
fer of htock, except as between tho par
tics, that either tho ccrtlflcato bo sur
rendered and n now ono issued to the
transferee or that tho transaction bo
recorded In the stock looks of tho cor
poration, was enacted particularly fur
the benefit of corporations and corpor
ation creditors nn does not prevent
stockholders from, 'selling or pledging
their stock- dr p'asslng title thereto
without rnmnlvlncr ullt, iIid Ia a
said statute, at least against the
pieugor s administrator.
The opinion of the Court was by Gal
bralth. Chief Justice Frrnr mnptirrlni-
and Perry, dissenting.
TOM HI Mo
A Bulletin reporter called upon
Attorney Thomas. Fitch whom he
found In his office on King 'street. The
gentleman. In responso to nn Inquiry
as to what action he as taking In the
alleged movement for annexation to
California, replied: "None whntcer,
nnd I know of no 'movement,' as you
"The first time my attention was
called to the matter was some weeks
since In a conversation I had ono
morning In the Walklkl street car with
Prof. Dai Id Starr Jordan. He broach
ed the subject, nnd presented such to
gent reasons In faor of annexation
as convinced me that It would bo to tho
advantage of both this Terrltnn- nml
"I know of no reason whv I nm lint
entitled to hno an opinion on public
matters and. to express It, and ns the
subject Interested mc I discussed It
with several gentlemen, among other
with Hon. John Emmcluth who called
at my office on business, and who I
mny remark did not agree with me.
"I am still of the opinion that an
nexation would bo an ndvantagc to
Hawaii, bilt I nm not a party to any
organized movement. Een If ono
should bo organised I am not sure that
I would caro to participate in It. I am
a good deal occupied nt present, and
aside from my general Interest In pub
lic questions It Is n matter of no Inter
est or consequence to mc whether
these Islands become a part of Cali
fornia, or remain as now, a Territory."
SMI WI i AT E
The schooner Golden Uate Is a total
wreck off Awalua, l.anal.
The vessel left here Tuesday after
noon In tow of the steamer Mokolll.
She had a load of pipes for I.ahalna.
It Is tnought that after the steamer
dropped her she became becalmed and
was set against the roclts'by the strong
currnu News of thenceldent "was
telephoned and telegraphed to tho
steamers Mokolll and Leliua. They
were alongside the stranded vessel
soon after she struck and saved her
entire cargo, tho personal effects of the
crew and captain and all the gear and
sails of tho schooner. The Golden
(late Is the third total loss the Wilder
Steamship Company has had In a short
time. Sho was valued at about $5000
and had no Insurance. As soon as
news of tho wreck reached hero by
wireless telegraph, tho steamer
Hcleno which was to havo sailed this
uftcrnoon was sent to the scene of the
disaster to sco If any help 'could be'
rendered. Captain Tom Clark wont
along In tho Helene to superintend
tho work If It was found posslblo to do
DRILL ON ZEALANDIA.
Captain Dowdell surprised bis crew
this afternoon by calling for boat drill
without any notlco being prcWously
given. The men mannlnc tho boats
on the port side had most of the work
to do as tho starboard boats could not
bo lowered the Zealandla lying wltb
that side to the wharf.
Tho crows assembled In charge of
the various officers In a remarkably
short time and the port boats wero all
put in the water and then hauled in
The work on the Zealandla Is pro
gressing well and by Monday she Is
expected to be ready for sea. Captain
Dowdells wire and son will return
to San Francisco with him this trip.
and how to keep
them so t l l l
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