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r.VENINO nULLBTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THUIISDAY. JAN. 16, 1302.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It KAH1UNOTON Editor
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JANITAHY 16, 1902.
How WongH uro finding tho road of
a reformer a hard lane to travel, but
they should icmembcr that the great
est victory of any and all nforn.s U
the discovery of leaders and follow ci a
who ran be depended upon nuclei .ill
Dewey. Schley and Miles all wuut tu
be President. Just to satisfy them
that none cer will be, the nation ought
to get up three special elections m
convincing evidence to these cltlreni
that their ambitions are better than
their political Judgment.
When Dr. Hussel puts in f'liitstijti
Scientist In the tame bo it with thu
kahuna he hits It abu-tt ilglu It Is
difficult to determine v'ieiii"i thu
Christian Scientist Is a roll of uirbar
Ism or the kahuna Is ti .ilplia mil
oniiira of highest clvlllit! m.
Hit worn the rinugir fioin butgUr
nndtho posslblllt) of shooting an In
nocent wanderer the houiolder Is
between the devil and tho deep sei
these days. The onlj people making
nny hendvv.iv In tlio business nre tho
tradesmen who sell firearms, and tha
It Is with a sort of suppressed disap
pointment that tho people tiricpt
President Itoosevclt'u denial of the
storj about Ills knocking down tin as
sailant on the street No one wishes
Hoosoelt attacked, but the) nre satis
fied the President would make a beau
tiful example of an assailant If given
.Methodist women ute Ml) huppy
these days over the victor) for crm il
ulce with the men lu iliunli coun
cils. Religion m.iUi'j Its greatest al-
anco through the Influence of 'he
homo and particular!) tho miulieis,
and there Is cer) reason wh) th o
men should extend their povvci to the
management of the church.
Ilenson Smith &. Co 's claim that u
contract for the supplies of a public
department Is a confidential a flair. Is
one of the funniest things )et offered to
the public service. Taxpjjers have
a right to know how their money l
being expended and opposition tu that
right Renos only to arouse suspicion
and promote lack of confidence
There seems to be u marked disc rep
ancy between the reports of tho pres
ident and secretury of the local wire
less telegraph company, estcrdu)
tin.' president, iwr Cross, said.
When new supplies could not be
had, thu s) stem began to work poorly
until, on November "o. we shut down
entirely, no messages getting thtough
after that date.
in Thrum's Annual, Issued in Do
comber, the sccrmar) Mi I'airlngton.
w rote .
Wireless telegraphy Is not In opera
tlou between the different Iblands of
tho group, transmitting commercial
messages with equal aeturut) and reg
utartt). if not with equal rupidil), of
thu legiilni wlie telegraph us geueiully
Evident!) the seiretary thought thu
wireless stock market needed n bull
moement Thurston's Adertlser.
Under the comparisons gheu b) the
Advertiser the article In Thrum's An
nual does appear to compare favorably
with the Advertiser's boom edition ar
ticle on Olaa, and the statement of tho
Gazette Compan) to the Tax offlce that
the Hawaiian Gazette has a circulation
of 2300. If, however, the cheerful Idiot
of the Advertiser will take the tioublo
to ask at what time tha article for
Thrum's Annual was written he will
Unci that the statements made tally
exactly with tho report of Manager
Cross given at the annual meeting of
the telegraph lompany
DESERTING PORTO RICANS.
Citizens of Honolulu naluiully turn
to tho planting Interests of the Terri
tory to solve the Porto Illctin exodus tu
Honolulu. The planters brought these
people and want them on the planta
tions Neither the planters nor any
one else want them In the city where
the majority cither live on chailty or
take to petty thieving and sometimes
operations that go beyond the limit of
The situation is such as to warrant
some revision of the agreement made
not long ago among plantation man
ngers by which laborers are refused
employment unless they are able to
show a good discharge from their last
employer. This Idea suggests Itself
from the vnr)lng success of Porto Rl
tan labor on different sugur estates.
One munager sn)s he could usk fot no
better labor while auothci can hard
ly find woriU to express his dUgiibt for
the whole Porto Rlcan tribe Let tho
manager who ran make a success of
Poito Rhan labor have It whethei tho
illseharge Is given or not Thoie Is no
powei on earth able to foice Porto Rl
cans to work on a plantation vvlicie
they are continually dissatisfied and a
consequent element of tiouble We
can till tho Jails with them but when
tho sentenio Is served they will soon
er or later return to the old home un
der the vagranc) law and the poopl?
'pay the expense uf their maintenance.
However trivial the causes may be
that bring about the wholesale deser
tlons witnessed during the last week
the fact remains that there are planta
tlons where this class of labor stays
and behaves Itself. Olaa has found It
possible, to make these people feel
at home and do a good day's work Let
tho Porto Rtcans go to the fields where
they are w anted, else the pauper and
Jail problem will be the most serious
one with which the Territory has to
ANOTHER JUNKETING TRIP.
Land Commissioner l!od h.is mado
the same unfortunate error as his pro
decessor In oftloe. He Is going to
Washington to lobb) In the Interests
of the executive department of the gov
ernment of whlih he Is an nppolntlvc
number He will gain neither pres
tige for himself nor elevate the Con
gressional opinion of those whom he
represents the Do'e government of
tho Territory of Hawaii.
offer, ; primuc Thai Doyd "will Xni
himself grcetfil with open nrms or that
he will receive marked nttcntlon from
the Incentive wr legislate c binnch of
the government Cooper hnd some ex
i iiko foi his Washington trip, Uojd lias
none lie will be offered all tho
rourtrs due an American citizen but
when the real business of his trip Is
put In the front It Is marc than likely
lie will cieate a disposition to ask wh
he Is not at home looking after the
liiialliona it m nfftta
Itn.vd goe, to Washington as a lobb)-1
1st nothing more or lew Ills salary at
mi olllclal of this Terrltor) Is not paid
blm for that purpose. I'ndet uo cir
cumstances can such nrtlvttv he plac
ed among his duties us a public officer.
On the same basis the whole executive
depaitment of tho Terrltoty might
well pack up Itw Individual and several
gripsacks and start oft post haste to
Washington at the opening of each
Congressional session to work for pet
legislation deslied by the several Indi
viduals Tho Terrltoi) would
doubtless got along Just as well with
out them but It Is also true that they
do not receive salaries from the Trr
rltor) for him li waste of time and such
trips nre not within the proper limits
of olllclal duties.
Tho question natiunll) arises who Is
pa) lug Ills expenses? Is tills to br
another pei version of Territorial
funds to satlsf) the whims of nn cr-
ratic and ovci hearing executive'' Or
Is he being supplied with private funds
for expenses while his salar) goes on
for duties he Is not hole In perfoim'
U there Is an) business to be done by
the laud oflli e of the Terrltoi j- of Ha
waii s Ilo)d's place Is In tills Tenl
toi) not Washington
If the (iovcrnoi of the Terrllorv
wants to oppose the Wllrux hind bill
the Commlsslonei of Public Uiucls i
the last man to send to the Congres
sional lobby to waste his time elide nv
orlng to buttonhole Senators and Rep.
resentatlves Land Commissioner
Hermann understands vei) well what
Hawaii needs ami he can accomplish
mine lu live minutes than mi) otllier of
t..is Territory ran lu the whole session
If Dole Is sending llo)d out to oppose
Hermann as well us Wilcox he will
have I ennui to legiet the step
The man to oppose Wilrox's activi
ties before the departments and in
legislative circles Is National Commit
teeman Parkei It Is Parker's busi
ness to pin) politics if necessary and
represent his part) befcire thu national
leaders Ilo)d unfortunate 1 for him,
because he Is a good fellow, will Dnd
himself ver) much out of place and
while In sight of the eupltol will oe
veiy much out of the legislative mind
The happiness of our Governor seems
to reach Its highest point when he can
occup) his administration with thu
task of piling up brick bats to b
thrown at him l the people at the
polls or b) theli leprcsentatlies In thu
IJSCOME TAX LAW.
Edltoi Evening Bulletin -I am
)uung and unsophisticated lu the wan
of this part of the wurld, und would
thank )ou fot space In which to nsk u
question The lute Legislature passed
an Income tax law, I believe. In fact, I
feel quite certain of It. because the tax
collector held me up for several haul
earned dollars, which my receipt theic
for s.i)s ls-for tax on in) Income
I wages In this cuse) for the )enr 1901.
Now according to the United Statci
Constitution, or any precedent of law
can any new law be ptssed affecting or
controlling time or conditions ptevious
to the passage of said law ? If not,
doesn't it look n whole lot like high,
way robbery for the Hawaiian govein
mont to compel me and others, to pa)
taxes on money earned nnd spent for
living expenses before the tax bill was
even Introduced Into the Legislature''
If the Hawaiian Income tax law Is good
law In this particular, wh) not asiess
me. and others, on what we have earn
ed and spent in tho past five jears''
That might help the vacuum In the
public treasury nnd would seem to be
no more unlawful than collecting on
one )ears past earnings.
I would be thankful for some light on
mis question, so I may know where 1
am "at " As It Is don't feel certain
whether I am In America or some sea
The weight) conclusion of the ma
jority Supreme Couit of tho Territory
of Hawaii arc past finding out If
there Is sense or reason In tho local
majority decision, no tuxpa)er ha
lieen able to discover It The law ex
pounded appeals to lie solely tho
cieiuuro or financial necessity, with
out regard for mcrlcnn prlnciple
l.'d. .Mrs Mai le Theicsa Cralglu who Is
John Ollvei HobliiH on the title pages
ot her books, has lecentl) attracted
much attention becuuse or the rather
lute aniioiincemcnt of hoi conversion
'o tne itoman Catnollc taltli. Mrs
Cialgle Is spending the autumn at hei
millet's house In- tho charming little
uty or ventnor. on the sunn) coast
of the Isle ol Wight Sho is ranldlv
chopping tho iibo of hri iineiiphonlous
pen name, preferring to bo known
simply as Mrs Cralgle Her most re
markable character as a literary worn
an Is her versatility. She writes
diamas with as much easn nnd art as
she produces books, nnd her plavs
navo taKen well on both sides of the
Atlantic. Tho success of hc- works lu
America In ono of hei deuiest bources
ON THU RIGHT TItACK.
Only a few months ago theTC worn
In progress bitter strikes all over thu
country Peaco Bcemcd to have fled
and capital and labor to have enlisted
for war. The spirit of arbitration so
cured no encouragement There wero
thieats, mutterlngs and lolcnce To
day nil this Is changed and there was
never a time In the Industrial history
of the country when the two halvei
lit tho economic unit so lenlized that
each without the other was Impcrfvt
Senator Hanna has been plctmed as
the foe of organised labor. No man In
the country was ever more wantonly
assailed Tho cartoonist tiorttuvcd
him as a vcrltaulo monster devouring
the products of toll and trampling on
tho toller. That they were wrong tlla
t,utlo demonstrate, Senator Han-
tlvcs of capital and labor opcul) no
clured himself In faor of unions, and
lu the organization e rented to promote
an understanding and encourage good
will hn Is rhalrmun, with such a labor
leader as Samuel (lumpers us vie
chairman The committees arc mado
up about equally of tho elements It
had been feared were hopelessly cs
ttanged This shows that nil arc on
the right track; they have set out
"" l" ,01"' llml M,U t0 1",,lnB
Aftoi nil, to Hie thoughtful obscrvei
there Is nothing surprising or nnomal
ous In the recent development Thcrs
Is no profit In strife The strike lu
most cases Is an error, resulting In
mutual loss and su fur as tho stilkers
Vie concerned entailing hardships
Among forces contributing to the
change has been the spirit manifested
i b) men of great wealth The) havo
'shown b) prlnrel) benefactions that
'while they like In the largo kviih ol
common e to acquire fortunes the) are
willing to share these They have
made concessions volun(utll) Thty
have scattered their gold on behalf of
rhurlt) and education The) have se
lected their lieutenants from amongst
the bod) of unplojfs and raised these
to positions of iiutlioilt) ninl affluent t
On the othei blind the executives of
the labor organl7.itlons have been will
ing to meet more- than half way any
overtures lending towards permanent
settlement at a fair basis These art)
big men I In Individuals selected to
council a bod) of orgaiil7eil craftsmen
numbering mail) thousands are not til
be in k on rd as lightweights Tho) am
men of skill and stiong mentality
That the) have been trusted and havM
risen Is a i loin pioof uf this To go to
the bend of the affalis of an ami) of
peaco requites ablllt) as great as the
dim lion of vist commercial t one cms
Sometimes the problems to lie faced
ato even giavei than the millionaire
encounters At the wotst. ho can shut
down his establishment ami hive nn
fear as to bin next meal The questions
that embarrass him to tho opposition
are almost question of llfo and death
The whole countiy will rejoice at the
new tack taken-iindei favoring bieezctt
It will hope there may be no tnlsunder
standing In the crew all tible seamen
but trained in illffeient schools.
R008BVULT AS A POLITICIAN.
Of course President Ilnrmecli U
giving attention to polities Ho could
not do less and do Justice; either to
himself or to his party. Tho oirico ol
President Is In tho highest sense n no
lltlcul olllce. and the man who should
try to hold it without glviug attention
to politics woulil soon land in a bog
llut tho kind or politics which Presi
dent Roosevelt Is pla)lng Is fall poll
wv. ii in cic'uii. man v ami nnnii
1 here is nothing sneaky about . All
tan see Its drllt Hei wants to hold
logethei the Republican party. Ho
wants to preserve lor tho paity and
eountr) what It has already achieved
Hut he Intends to do this b) honorable
methods. He iIuvh not puiposo to luw
ei the standards Ho does not purpose
lu "c. mi pinnies iiiieucio with gfv
Ing tho eountry u Urst cluss admlnls
trntlon. The politicians can consult
him nnd, within ivasounble limits, ad
viso him Hut the) cannot tun him
He has set out to be President In Tne l
ub well as in nnme, nud hu will sue
ceed Ho has Just enough Dutch in
him to glvu nhsuiunce on this point.
Wo do not credit nil wo read and
Ilea I nbout his havlnc hcinin in hi
wiles for the nomination In 1904. No
uouoi no litis the ambition to be his
part) s standard bearer in Hint cum
palgn, and deslies so well to please
cm- luu-uiiiiueii iiepuoucan people ol
the eoiiutry by his Intel veiling nclmln
ibirnuon mat they will call for bis
nomination unanimously, llut tills Is
ti different thing than being consumed
u) amoiuon, ami willing to subordinate
nil things to its promotion. If fldelltv
to conviction of duty, combined with
worldly wisdom and manly politics,
can win for Theodore Roosevelt the
nomination three )ears hence ho will
gi't It, but not otherwise certainly
not at the expense of his self respect
ui nisi! conviction or iiuty That I
Bbiiii'ining we wouiu bo willing to
iminu u luiiune on.
STAMPS WILL BRING $IO,SOO.
R any of the good neonlo of n..nvu.
can discover among their old letters
one bearing a stamp issued by the
government or the Island or Mauritius
mm ,n "l0 'lenomluatlon of ou
shlllng (twent) live cents), thu) can
make an excellent hn renin win, i
Rnrtols of lloston nud Carl Mlllad't of
muiu-ii, ucrmun), ptillutellsts. Mr. Mill
adt Is ono of the leading stump deal
ers ot i.ormany Ho Is among the
fit st of foreign philatelists to vlsli
meilia on business. Asldo from the
routine of business In connection with
his trip. Mr Mllladt Is In seaieh of a
Mauritius stamp of the Issue mention
ed. Among the collection tallied at
$70 000. which the gentlemen have
with them, is one nf the stamps in
.hat Ibsue, which Is nlued ut $u owi
There are not nioiu than four oi llv
of them In existence hut thieu o,
hem huve been located. Mr Mlllui't
is anxious to secure auother of the
same Issue as ho will then bo able to
fill an oidei placed with him by an
eccentric (Jeiman philatelist who
wishes to ndil the pair to his collet
tlon. Tor the pair ho lu to pay J50.000
stamp eollectois society Is being
formed In this clt) In which Charles
N'bbI and other local philatelists are
Interested If possible, arrangements
will be made within tho noxt few
Vfars to have ut Denver a convention
ol philatelists, when tho collection?
owned In the United States and other
countries will be sent here for oxblbl
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
P. It. ISENHERG, President.
C. P. DERRICK, Manage".
Chas. F. Herrick
ISS Merchant St., next
A TIP FOR
It wua at dcud M ulsht whn oung Fltii'lkbons, the amateur legerdt-1
malnlac, stole down stair quietly to behold the unholy gleam of a dark lantern
In tha dining room "Oh Lor" hu murmured 'There a chlel among; u)
ttklnic notes, or wfiuld b Inking them If I kopt them In the sideboard cup
board! He's too much for me sinzU handed I must rciort to stratagem, with
a capital 8." '
Ijkfr ' Ah! I thought It it go hard If I couldn't manufacture a lerablance.
of a bulldog with the candle and my key chain I haven't entertained with
tha shadowgraph at amoiters and churoh bazaars for notalug'
that's done him Hop he woa't bi-Mk hla ntck. He's laft a M ot llttlt
Ihlnia btbtad him. Ta, la I Doi't call mast tiro yeu'r pantos;!"
HAVE DROUGHT US LARGE IN
VOICES OF GOODS, l-ILLING OUR
STOCK IN ALL LINES. .'. .1 .'. .'.
I. WE ARE AGENTS FOR .!
AND ARE OFFERING FROM OUR
STOCK SPECIAL BARGAINS. .! .:
Fort, Merchant and Bethel Sts.
Ptetty nearly eveijthing that you
can think of In the harness lino Is In
cluded in our big display.
Eveiy harness wo sell In a bargain,
nnd wo sell nil kinds from light track
and road to heavy coach and team
harness. From no one else can joti
get the harness valuo wo glvo you.
Out customers know this to be n
fact You can know It If you will nnd
cv c tire detei mined you shall. ::....
Carriage Co., Ltd
to Stangenwalcl Building.
Bishop & Company
, Established In 1858.
Transact business In nil dennrtmentn
Collections carefully attended to,
Exchango bought and sold.
Pnmmarnlol nml IVa .tn.a T Allna
of Credit Issued on Tho Hank of Call-
fomlA nfirl NT At tlnlliDAlili.l f. Onn,
Correspondents The Dank of Cali
fornia. Commercial nanLInn ft nf
8ydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cablo transient on China
nnd Japan through tho Hongkong &
uuuKimi imnKir.K corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia aud
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per nnnum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Apt fla Trtlatnna 1in.1nr mn4r.n...
Mnnago estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, etc.,
received for safekeeping.
Auditors for Corporations nnd Prl
Books examined and reported on.
Stfltomnnla rT 'AITnlra nrnni,...,!
Trustees nn rtankriinl- nf frtelvA.t
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TREET.
n SAVfNGS DEPARTMENT
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per nnnum, In
nrrnnlnnnn tutth Tin) as .i tinn..iA
...... ,u .. .via 4ui.o uuu i,t;K.iius
tlonn. ronlnn nf whim, mnv im ni.tninn.i
FIRE, MARINE LIFE. ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYER8' LIABILITY IN-
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel 8treet.
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
San Francisco Aoenta Thn No.
vada National Dank of San Fnncisco.
8an Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union IlanV or I.on.
New York American Rirhnnirn Nn
Chicago Merchants' National Dank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Derlln Dresdner Dank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver rtanV nf
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans mado on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
chango bought snd sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSET8, JUNE 3d, 1C01, 80,0.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
a Having jjanu lor monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly lnseull-
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Prosl
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
u. u. uray, Treasurer; A. v. dear.
DIIIKCTORS - J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C. D. Grav.
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyte,
Jr., J. M. Llttlo, H. S. Boyd.
A. V. UEAIt,
Offlce Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed. Capital.... Ten 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,510,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Dank buys and receives for eol.
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
ana Letters oi credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 month 3)
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
Wo havo letoutly tecolveil
the finest lino of
CHINESE AND JAPANESE
that we have ever handled
We alo so pleased with tho
stock that we know it will
please j cm, nnd extend to uv
ei) bod vvlio is Interested an
invitation to come and seo it
LEWERS & COOKE,
As we riovv older our tastes
chiuine, ' leinaiked the ohjctviiut per
son I lemeiuher when I was u hoy
I couldn't beai the taste of cahhaRe. '
"And now i" asked his filcntl
"And now," continued the obacivaiit
one, "I can smoke my wife's Christ
mas cigars and never turn an eyelash "
Architects, Contractor! and Builder
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. D.IUY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bos ito
Goo. W. Pago. TL M
F. W. Beardslec P. O. Box 771
BEARDSLEE Ss PAQB
Architects and Dulldera.
Offlce, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 5fc Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alat
Office and residence, 312 Queen at.
M. F. BERTELMAN'S
16 - MOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrance en
King street Orders left at either shot
or offlce at John Nott'a store, Kim
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schacfsr.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
The pure Juice of tho grapefruit Tha
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole agents for the Territory ot Ha
waii. Offlce and Works, 601 Fort BL,
Honolulu. T. of II.
P. O. box 4G2. Island orders solic
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
n sale at office ot . . .
THE . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for tho Territory of
403 JUDD BUILDING.
THIS SPACc RESERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Gocda.
Fort snd Queen Sts.
H. HackfekU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treets, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
rtrauMll Cn4. T lu to trl4 t toa tlf
mm ftralj. If yta toe Ulia CBmiry. 1114. cu
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