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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. IT. T.. TUESDAY, HAY 27. 1902
All Ghainless Wheels.
Comp Into our lilcycle department ami see these wheels. We take
special pride in showing them and have tliem set tip on exhibition
especially to show them.
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:,
NEW BUILDING, CORNHR FORT AND KING STREETS.
We can turn you out BETTER printing and binding in 24 hours
than most places can give you In a week. We have Ideas about book
let, card and circular printing that will appeal to up-to-date business
men. We have force to carry our ideas Into effect for YOUR benefit.
Will you telephone? Will s;nd an Intelligent representative to
call on you and figure.
Printing and Binding Dep't
BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co
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Telephone Main 256.
NEW - TO-DAY
OAHU SUGAR CO., LTD.
The stock books of this company
will lie i-IommI to transfers from
Tburi-day. May 29th, to Sunday. Juno
lsts, I'.ni2. liuth inclusive.
H. A. 1SENDERO,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Whereas, u libel of Information was
filed In the District Court of the Unit
ed States for tho Territory of Hawaii,
on the 20th day of May. A. I). 1902.
by Ilobert V. Ilreckons. Ksci., 'Attorney
of the United Slates for the Territory
of Hawaii, lu the name and In behalf
of the United Status of America.
agaliiBt the Schooner "Knwalulanl,"
her tackle, apparel nud furniture, seek
ing to enforce tho forfeiture of tho
said vessel, her tackle, apparel and
furniture for violation of the Internal
revenue laws of tho United States o(
America, to wit. Sectlou 34S0 of the
Revised Statutes of the United States
Now, Therefore, in pursuance of the
monition, and under the seal of the
Court to me direct nnd delivered. I do
hereby give public notice to all rer
sons claiming tho said Schooner "Ka
walulani," her tackle, apparel and fur
nlture, or In any manner Interested
therein, that they be and appear be
fore the said District Court, to he held
at the City of Honolulu, on Friday, the
6th day of June, A. D. 1902. nt 10
o'clock In the forenoon of that day
provided the snmo shall be a day of
jurisdiction; otherwise on tlie next day
of Jurisdiction thereafter, then and
there to Interpose their claims and to
make their allegations In that behalf.
Dated tbo 2th day of May. A. D.
1902. H. H. HENDRY.
U. S. Marshal.
norm v. iikkckonb.
U. S. Attorney.
OLD HAWAIIAN IIUIIT.
The iatrol wagon was called to tlie
corner of Kukui and Hlver streets
early this afternoon. An old native
vsas found theie with his lie.id badly
cut. He was removed to the Queen's
hospital. Fortunately, the wound Is
not a dangerous one.
The Hawaiian explained that he had
had trouble with his wife nud that she
had struck him over the head with .1
The Evening Uulletln, 76 cents per
we argue ?
NEW - TO-DAY
All the members of -the Hooulu or
Hoola Lahul Society arc requested to
attend the special meeting on Wednes
day, the 2Sth of May, 1902, at the Ka
plolanl Mnternlty Home, at 10 o'clock
a. m. 213S-U
IX THE CIHCUIT COtTTIT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hnwall. At
Chambers. In Probate, in the matter
of the Estate of William II. Ciimmings,
late of Honolulu. Oaim, deceased. On
leading and tiling the Petition nnd
Accounts of the administrator of the
estate of said deceased, wherein he
asks that Ills account be exnmineil and
ipproved, and thnt a final order ba
made of distribution of the property
remnlnlng In his hands to t'ne persons
thereto entitled, and discharging him
from all further responsibility ns such
idmlnlstmtor. It Is ordered that Mon
day, tlie 7th day of July, A. I). 1902, at
10 o'clock a. m.. before the Judge of
eaid Court HI the Couit Koom of the
said Com I at Honolulu. Island of Oa
hu, be and the same hereby Is ap
pointed as tli time nud place fof
hearing ruld Petition and Accounts,
anil thnt nil persons interested may
then nnd there appear and bIiow cause.
If any they have, why the same should
not bo granted, nnd may present evi
dence as to who are entitled to the
Honolulu, May 2C, 1902,
By tho Court:
2158 May 27; Juno 3, 10. T7.
ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE TO
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed Administratrix of the Es
tate of David Kokl, lato of Walviea,
Island of Hawaii, Territory of Hawvll,
deceased, notice Is hereby given to all
persons having claims against said
Estate to present them duly nuthentl
rated, whether secured by mortgage
or otherwise, to the undersigned at
said Waimea within six months troni
thu data hereof, or they will bo for
ever baried, nnd nil persons Indebted
to snld Estate are hereby requested to
mnko Immediate payment to tlie un
dersigned nt said Waimea,
Dated at Honolulu, Oaliu, Territory
of Hawaii, May 27th, A.'D. 1902.
THERESA AIU KOTCT,
Administratrix of tlie Estate, of David
2158 Mny 27: Juno 3, 10, 17, 21;
Bulletin. Tfa oer month
There'll One HEKT Cyclopncdhi
A newly revised nnd enlarged edition.
Illustrated with colored plans, plat-s
Half Morroco, Regular Price $96.00
Half Morroco, MY PRICE, 25 per
cent discount $72.00
Cloth, Regular Price $72.00
Cloth, MY PRICE, 25 per cent
Order Now 10 per cent off for cash
I sell books cheaper In Honolulu
than you can buy them In NEW YORK.
WM. C. LYON,
ABOUT EARTHQUAKES i
Big List of Through Passengers
Some Going to the Coronation
Boat Sails North
at 4 o'clock.
The Oceanic steamship Sierra. Cap-,
tain Houdlette, from Sydney, Auck
land and Pago l'ago. was sighted flf
lui miles south nt 7 : 4 . o'clock tills
morning. At 10 o'clock she entered
tie hnrbor and. turning, docked nt
the ehnnnel wharf with her how head
ing seaward. Some little time was oc
c ipled In docking the vessel and it
'Vns 10.30 o'clock befoie the first pas
sengers tame ashore.
Tlie Sierra sailed from Sydney on
the 13th instant. Auckland on the 17th
and Pago Pago on the 21st. Auckland
was Iclt on tho snnle day the Peru
sailed fi);n San Francisco, so no later
news i.f tlie outside world was brought
by tl.e Sierra. Fine weather was en
Jcycil nil the way from Sydney. Tho
run I rim the New South Wales port
van mnriv In 14 days and 12 hours;
fioni 1 ago Pago In '. days and 2 hours.
N ws of the terrible volcanic erui-!
Hon in Maitlnl(tie was received by tho'
Slerra'n passengers in Auckland and
not u lew of the nashcngers looked to-!
wurd the vessel's arrival at Pago i'agq
v Ith a llttlo fear. Imaging that per
haps the volcanic ncthlty would ex
tend to the Islands of the Pacific. Not
a tremor or a quiver or a rumtiTe, how
ever, was there to frlghter them on
the Sierra's arrival at Pago Pago.
Reports from Sydney show that tho
plague is In check. For file week end-
ing Mny 10th there were eight cases
of the disease and two deaths,
Passengers for Honolulu are J. M.
Scott, Dr. W. J. Susmnnn, M. Alexan
der and wife, Guy Stanford. George
Dennett. A. 11. Smith. L. A. Gould. A.
McAir nnd S. McKay.
The list of through passengers Is a
large one and include n few persons
who nre on tlie wny lo London to wit
ness tlie coronation of King Edward.
Captain and Mrs. Philip Charley are
weulthy people froili Netv South Wnles.
The cuptain Is u grazier. Mr. rfid
Mrs. J. A. Itlddoch are well-to-do trav
elers from T.outh Australia. The Very
Itevrnend J. Hcgerty of Victoria is on
his way home from the Colonies.
The complete list ol through passen
gers Is as follows: I
Mr. and Mrs. M. Alexander, Mis.
Ileddard nod Infnnt, II. II. Uridge, Mr.
Ilradstieet, Humphrey Berkeley, W.
J. Becker, Captain nnd Mrs. Philip
Charley, Miss Charley, Mrs. C. Davis
and family, J. M, Fuller. Denne
French, W. Firman. Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
J. Green. Very Rev. J. llegarty. Mr.
Hepburn. C. Mrchen. Captain W. J.
Lambert, W. E. Macmlllan. Miss B.
Mellor, Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, Mr.
and Mrs. MncAUster, E. Petersen, P.
J. Perry. Geo. RelehardO Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Rlddoch, James M. Steel, Mr.
nnd .Mrs. W. Sommcrs, Dr. Susbmann,
Mr. Stanford, Dr. nnd Mrb. Todd, Mr.
nnd Mrs. L. C. Trent, Miss Trent, Miss
L. Treut, Miss II. Trent, Miss F.
Trent, Miss E. Trent, W. Trent, L.
C. Trent Jr., Miss J. H. Tlndln, John
Watson, Miss Watson, Mrs. Willis and
maid, Miss Suslo Anderson, F. An
drews, Miss Herrymnn, G. Bennett,
Mr. nnd Mis. A. Bcnols, II. r. Blny.
lock, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bryan and
child, .Mr. Copland, Geo. G. Cassldy.
Howard Chambers, Roger Dawson, J.
A. Fltzslmons, L. A. Gould, J. Golds
worthy, A. Holllngsworth, John Har
ris. Mrs. E. Hazelton, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Johns, Mr. nnd Mrs. Knler and two
children. W. Kicly, J. II. Kaufman,
Mr. I.ysnnr, Miss Lysuar, Miss Lclc-ht-man,
Mrs. Sarah F. Manning, Mr. nnd
Mrs. F. Melzler nnd family, .Miss Nel
lie Noon, J. II. Orion, Mr. nnd Mrs. F.
S. Pollock nnd child, Ed. H. Roberts,
Miss L. Staccy, Mr. nnd Mrs, Stlnnear
and child, A. 11. Smith. D. W. Smout,
C. J. Shackett. Mr. Schantz, Mrs. Wll
der. XIrs. A. Williams and child, C.
I 200 JUDD BUILDING. j
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3 r - ' z
p tn, tl
a n. a m. a, m
Monday '.,.... ?6 6 jj ,.?
6 M1 t ctn I)
I I P.m.
Cutsity it i ti i 6 f )o tun it
Wednesday B 8 18 i j. 8 S t o' I ti
Thuridajr 't9 it i )lto o$ ) iS t 46
' i 1 I I
rfUtjr. fo 11 IU ( to c6 4 14 4 tl
J m., p. m. I
Saturday M ti 30 1.) 11 it 4 M S 91
, p m ia n.
Sunday ... 15 M. . I ni ut
Mooday .. , it 1 14 i.t e i t ti E )
I.nst quarter t,t the moon 1:30 Fri
Tides from tho United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul anu lillo occnr
about au hour earlier iban at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b 30m
slower than (Ireen wclh time, being
u..at of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle -.ows at 1:30 p. m wblcn
Is tho same as Greeuwlcn, on 0m.
Weather Bureau, I'unahnii. May 27.
Temperature Morning minimum.
71; Midday mnxlmum, SO.
Ilaiometer at 9 a. m. 20.14. Rising.
Dew Point 3F.
Humidity at 3 a. m. 02 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. May
27. n father hazy; wind gresh NE,
Tuesday, May 27.
s s W". " from sy,i-
ney (May 131. Aucklanij (Mny 17). and
;I'ago I'ngo (May 21). at 10 a. m at
l channel wharf; sails for San Francis-
co at 4 p. m.
Am. bM. Archer. Calhoun, 13 days
from San Francisco; off port at ! p. m.
Monday, May 27.
! Str. Helen?. Nicholson, for Paauhau,
htiKaiiin. uokala. Laupahoeiioe anil I'a-
paaioa, .i p. in,
Solir. Malolo, Kay. for Hanalci and'
Kallhlwal. at . p. m. I
Stclir. Lady, for Koolnu ports.
Schr. Ada, for Hnnalel and KnHii
wal. Tuesday, May 27.
Stmr. Mauua I.oa, tjlnierson, for Ha
waii nnd Maul ports, nt uoon.
TO SAIL TODAY.
O. S. S. Slt-rra. Houdlette. for San
Francisco, nt 4 p. in., frcrtii channel
Stmr. T.ehua. Naopala. for Kalaupa
pa. Wallau. I'elekunu anil Halawa. at
a p. m.
Stmr. Klnau. Fii-enian. for Illlo and
way ports, at .I p. m.
Str. James Makee. Tilllett. for Knll
hlwnl uml Kapna. nt .". p. in.
Htr. Maul. F. Dennett, for Maul
poits. at 5 p. in.
Str. V. CI. Hall. S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, nt 5 n. m.
Sir. Nllliau, V. Thompson, for Ana-
,10'''. n " !' m.
's,r- N'ol'a". Pederson, for Lahalna.
Kniinnpall, Honokna and Kukulhacle,
at 5p .in.
For Hawaii and 7aul ports, per
stmr. Manna Loa. May 27. Ng Him.
Nu, Kalhl. Miss Jobnton, W. A. Wall.
Sam Kane, A. Kaua. S. Kakurl, Mrs.
S. Kane. C. A. Chong, W. G. Flan
der. N. Slkomoto. Miss Lizzie Moss-
man. Mrs. O. M. Atwood. JuiIcm V.
, ,.:,llngSi IPC Set 0(.0 ons c
Smith and' wife, l.ecng Hong, H. S.
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
Klnau, .sailing at 3 p. m. today Rev.
A. II. Weymouth. I). J. Bushnell, S.
H. Bushnell. J. J. Combs, D. I.ycur
Bus. Chu Jan. Mr. Aokl. James B.
Agasslz. U.S. Griggs, LI Cheung. E.
P. N. Mnldi-. F. J. Amweg, Dr. J. H.
Raymond. Bradfhow Shlrwood, MlbS
Frazer. . W. Cnthcart, II. Poclilam
uier. I. s. Dillingham. C. N. Prouty.
A. W. Carter, John Hind. Henry Kao
hi and wife and child. T. F. Junes.
Miss Clara Smith.
For .Maul ports, per stmr. Maul.
snlllng at .". p. m. today. Miss C. E.
Colbert, E. S. I'ogue. Miss J. K.
Pogue. Mrs. H. H. Berg and llireo
children. Mrs. Mary Dutro, Mrs. M.
Bheror. W. H. Hough. J. S. Ralston
and wife. J. R. Jieyers, H. C. Oven
den. K. Kobayashl. Fred. Davlb and
W. G. Scott.
For San Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
;T' . ,.' . . ., ?. ,' ,'..'. .V :'"' 51
Hcnw. J. Humphreys. Chailes Hall E.
W. Mitchell, Mrs, G. 11. B. Hayes, Mrs.
S. M. Flack, H. II. White and wife, Miss
' Watts. MUs M B. Lewis, J. C. Byrne.
I J; "' Hlgby, Gerald Holllster. W. T,
Kllpatrlck, F. D. Greany, H. Garllch
m nn p ca Pa no. nn P-s pji Ps Ha pa Pa
At 4 o'clock this afternoon the Sier
ra will sail from tho channel wharf for
San Francisco. Tho following people
from Honolulu have engaged berths
aboard the vessel: Mrs. J. D. Long,
Mrs. F. E. Owens, Miss Owens, Roy
Owens. Frederick Warde and compa
ny. Dr. George W. Burgess, Mrs. Annie
Z. Burgess. Dr. C. B. Wood
and daughter. B. F. Dillingham and
wife, Mrs. A. Barnes, Mrs. A. C.
Pferdncr anu child, Thos. E. Wall,
.Miss M. M. Bicker, J. II. Kenny, Mrs.
A. L. Appelman, Mrs. C. II. Allen,
John McGregor, George McLaughlin,
R. Murray. W. McIIoy, J. Daly. A. J.
Lyon nnd wife, C. P. St. John. J. M-r-ryfield.
W. II. Iialott.
The Territorial band will piny at
tho stenmer's departuro nnd there will
doubtless bo n largo number of people '
on tho wharf to bid aloha to Frederick i
Warde and his company of players.
Orillnury mall for San Francisco
closes at tho postofflco nt 3 o'clock. I
'n'- Evening Hulletln, 76 cents per
GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER ?
NEW SUIT CASE or BAG
We have them hero In great variety. Of every good kind of leativ
er, with fancy trimmings within and without, full leather lined and
canvas lined, high priced and low priced:, but none of them of low
quality. We mark them and deliver them free.
We sell tourists' requisites cheaper than regular dealers do, be
cause with us that line Is merely an Incident of our business. With
them It Is a specialty.
Judge Prices by these Two!
No. IT .
SUIT CASE made of finest selected case leather, steel
frame. Holland linen Unci, hand sewed French edges,
enrn-rs riveted and Btltched, patented spring locks,
limits trimmings, hag handle with brass loops riveted,
four straps and slilrt pocket In body, 22lnches lohg, In
russet and chocolate colors $6.95
OXFORD BAG, extra lare. heavy stock, long grain, hand sew
ed EnglMu steel frame with polished brass lock and catches.
VI 'nna handle, elegantly leather lined with pockets, stay
Inches long 14 15 16 17 18
PrlCO $6.55 $7.05 $7.40 $7.90 $3.25
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
For Want Column Ste Page Six
TO LET lions'- No 1311 Ponsacola;
Itiipld Transit psia-M (ne door. Ap
ply on premises. 2158-lw
TO LET Nicely furnished room In
private family fur gentleman; cen
trally located, rent reasonable. Ad
dress P. O o 431. City. 2157-tw
FOR SALE A :),. n old fresh milch
cow. Cnliuriia Feed d.. Queen
nml Nmianu St 2120-tf
LOST Alpha Dtta Pill fiaternlty pin
between Hawaiian Hotel. Opera
House aim Keeaumolai St.. Monday
night, May 2(1. Old style, square,
black enamel fact, star and cres
cent in gieen nnd white with "1S32
In gold on face and "F. Orldley" on
back. Finder will please return
tame to tin. office. 215S-tf
GOOD FLOOR VARNISH
Our advice Is often asked on
the varnish; and regarding
floor varnish will say use
S U P R E M I S
Wo are in a position to know
by the remarks of users of dlf
ferenl varnishes and we have nn
besltancy In recommending Su
premls. It rivals the best wax
finish in beauty burpasses it in
durability, nnd is a permaneut
floor pres-Tver. Does not show
white sent' lie.. We sell It. cer-
(Continued from page 1.)
for 1 mado up my tr.lnj I would not let
go of my prisoner.
"The next thing I knew I was the ob
jective point of blows, kicks nnd bites
from u crowd of between twenty nnd
thirty Japanese. I protected myself at
well ns I could, still retaining hold ol
".My wife came to my assistance but
was powerless for before she could
reach me, Japanese had pounced upon
and were beating her uumoreliulty.
"I saw that I would be killed miles?
I attempted to free myeelf so I let go
tlie woman, struck on blindly r.nd
finally, getting away, started off on a
i nu. i ue crown or Japaneie followed
and continued ao beat me. At one
time. I was running with two men en
"Suddenly there was a cessation ol
hostilities nnd turning to see what hart
happened. I spied offlcers Ranear nnd
McDuffy running up from the direction
of the Healanl boat house. Some ono
had given the signal and my antago
nists had lied. The otllcers weio too
late to make any arrests without war
rants. However, I know well the mer
who first attacked me and can swear
positively to their identities though
their names I have not. In my capa
city as keeper of the cemetery I have
had occasion to see all these Japanese
"The only ofllcer around at the time
when the assault took place was Keanl
nl but he hail his hands full with a
number of drunken natives in the Ah
Leong block nnd could pot come to
Kallikol was very badly beaten by
tho Japanese. Ills face Is very badly
hrulseil nnd scratched and his nrm and
side are both badly bitten. Tlie .In.
panese will bo arrested this afternoon.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, June 2Sth, 1902, nt 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance ot
the Judiciary building, will be sold nt
i'ubiic Auction, liio lease of tho lanu
known as "Wallau," situate on the Isl-
nnd of Afolokal, nud containing an
area of 2000 acres, a little more 0'
Term 21 years.
Upset Rental $100.00 per annum
payable semi-annually In advance.
Conditions of the sale of this leasa
nre as follows:
1. The Lessee shall keep all of tha
forest lands for forest purposes only.
12. The Lessee shall Immediately
fence cm such forest lands ns are now
on the land, to protect (Tie same from
Inroads of wild cattle nnd other stock.
.1. The Lessee shall not cut dowq
any trees now growing or mny hero
after grow on said lands. Except up
on first having obtained written per
' mission from the Commissioner ol
For further particulars apply at thu
Public Lands Office. Honolulu.
EDWARD S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
J'ulillc Lands Office. May 2Cth, 1902
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ant
cials described below have been Im
pounded In tue Government Pound at
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees nnd damages
are sooner satisfied will bo sold ut
the date hereafter named according to
May 23, 19021 Bay Mare, undcscrlb
able brand, wlilte spots on fore
head, right hind foot lame, four legs
May 23, 19021 Bay Horse. brandeTJ
T on rlgnt hind leg, white stroke on
forehead, rlcht foreleir whlin ntimi-o
J May 23. 19021 Gray Jenny, branded
! N V on iTKht hind leg, white stroke
on neck, short mafn and tall.
I The above strayed animals will be
j sold on Saturday, June 7, 1902, 12 noon
If not called for before tho date men
THE LAST BOOK
FRANK R, STOCKTON
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
'?.; Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
Telephone the EVENINO BULLE.
TIN, Main 256, If you have books to be
made, printing to be done, etc., etc,
and vre will call. We have mon that
know their business tor tkat purpose.
65 Queen St.
ON THURSDAY, MAY 29th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
On the premlfcs, Foil street, next to
Fort Street House, nrar corner of
Vineyard street, I will sell at Public
Auction by order of Mrs. Schcucrman,
tho entire household furniture, con
Parlor Furniture RockerB. Chairs,
Rugs, Matting, Curtains, Pictures,
Square Piano, Iron Beds.
Bureaus, Washstonds, Nets,
Bedclothes, Pillows, Box Couch,
Mirrors, Clocks, Hanging i-ampi.
Dining Table, Chairs, Sideboard,
Ilandsomo Ico Box, Meat Safe,
Dishes, Glasses, Cutlery.
Kitchen Utensils, Firewood,
Garden Tools, Etc.
JAS. P. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
'FIRST I offer at Prlvato Sale,
premises on Bcretanla street, adjoin
ing rcsldcnco of C. Hustnco Esc,; 130
feet on Bcretanla utrect, 171 feet
deep; price $9000; ono-half c'a'BTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
at present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
I'roperty has a frontage on Klnau St.
tf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Bath,
laigo Carriage House. I'rlco $4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
has a right of way entranco to Bero
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
10G feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretnnla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
'85 Queem St .
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