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HONOLUTiU. TR11R1TOHY OF HAWAII. MONDAY JUNK 23, 1H02
1'uiok 5 Cents.
hinese Immigrifis r are i
Committee of Senators
May Visit the Islands
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Party Integrity Threatened
AND ADMINISTRATION WORRIED
By Fight Over Cuban Tariff
Barred Out of Cuba
Havana, Juno IB. Tho Board of Immigration has decided that forty-thrco
Chinese laborers who came to Havana on board the Ward lino steamer Mon
terey from New York and reached here last Wednesday, would hao to be re
turned to New York by the steamship company. Heretofore Chinese bava
been allowed to enter Havana without restriction and thousands hate landed
hero In tho course of the last three years. An Immigration law, however,
similar to the one enforced In the UnUd States, went Into force last May,
and the case of theso Chlnoso has resulted In tho first application of this law.
The forty-three Chlncso In question camo direct from China, and were shipped
In bond from Vnncouver through New York to Havana.
The Ward line has asked tho prllllego of shipping the Chlncso to Mexico
Instead of returning them to New York, as the Chinese themselves havo re
quested to be sent to that country. Th Doard of Immigration has not yet
given a decision In the latter matter.
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Maile Saloon Bartender
MR. AND MRS. TUWINQ
WISH TO ADOPT ORPHAN
Contempt of Court Case Under Ad
viemenl Several Probate Mat
ters Before Different
Thomas Nash, a bartender In tho atj,cr '
Mallo saloon, was brought before, Captain Smith has relieved Captain
Judge Humphrejs this morning under Robinson, who commanded the Peking
a warrant charging him with selling n,er !nt1tl', SVh? S..?' ".
, Peking to the Coast Captain Smith will
llnuor without a license. He was m.g(J to Newpott Newg ,0 to command
mediately discharged on tho entering of , -.. .tPnm,hin aihorla.
of a nolle prosequi. The charge waal chM S(enrd Johnson still looks af-f-Vorn
to by L. E. Twomcy, who had tcr the materii welfare of the Peking's
l ougnt u urinic ot gin ui me aioue oar.
C II. Drown, a former partner In tlio I jar n9 eer
saloon aai Ub license, Instigated tno The Peking was four days lato In
I.osecutlon, claiming that his with- leaving the Coast on account of repairs
drawal from tho firm mado the Hcenso which were necessary to her machinery
nld. Thcro wbb no transfer of tho as the result of a slight accident com
1. cense by the Treasurer. E. A. Dou- ing from the Orient to Honolulu on the
thltt. Assistant Attorney General, ask
rd tor tho nolle prosequi. Frank I.
Thompson appeared for the defend
ant. Ellia S. Wilder, executrix of th
will of tho late Wm. C. Wilder, has 111
td a petition for discharge. Gardner
K. Wilder, Chaa T. Wilder, W. C. Wil
der and Harry A. Wilder, the remain
u g devisees and legatees, file tbell
contentment nnd satisfaction with tb
administration, waive the tiling of ac
counts and Inventory, and pray that
the petition of tho executrix bo grant
Tho accounts of Kate W. Cooper,
guardian of Henry Cooper, wcro ro
ferred by Judgo Gear to A. G. Kaulu
l.ou for a master s report tbcrcon.
Kckl, widow, was appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of Kala Kanaka
cle, under (100 bond
Helen O. Henshall has petitioned for
discharge as executrix of the will ot
W. A. Henshall.
Judgo Robinson heard and took un
der advisement the contempt of court
case of Made vs. Achl.
Judge Gear appointed W. H. Howell
administrator of tho estnio of Malvlna
.'. Howell, under a bond of $10,000.
J A demurrer has been filed In tho dl-
- vorce case of Lelaloba Carroll vs. John
Kdward W. Thwlng nnd wlfo have
petitioned for leave to adopt, with
heirship rights, Harold Knudsen, an
orphan boy five years of age, now in
tho Castlo Home.
the Evening Bulletin. 76 cents v
Have you seen tho proofs
ot our nssertlon that wo tako
the best photograps?
I Wo havo them on exhibl-
v tlon at our studio. What wo
I have dono for others wo enn
a do for you. Como and see.
Rice & Perkins
I Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
Tho Pacific Mall steamship Peking
Captnin Smith, from San Francisco
hen rhe sailed at 1 o'clock In tho af
ternoon of tho lCth Inst, was sighted
off Diamond Head at sunrise this morn
ing, docking at the Pacific Mall wharf
shortely after 0 o'clock. She brought
but few passengers for Honolulu and
has not a largo through list. The pas
sen jer list appears elsewhere. At 5
o'clock this afternoon the Peking sails
for the Orient.
The Peking has a largo gcenral cargo
for Manila nnd China and Japan ports
Considerable freight Is being put off
This will bo tho Peking's first visit to
Manila, for which port she carries a
great quantity of general freight and
a number of passengers.
Mrs. It. II. Warllcld, ulfe of General
Warfleld. Is bound for Yokohama, ac
companied by her son. Captain It. E
WarflcUl, on a pleasure trip.
Miss Leslie Smith, tho captain's
rtniicvlitnt to ri -i If I r tr llm trln t 1 1 li linr
nassengers nnd Is as genial and popu
last trip. She brought four days' later
mall and newspaper files. Sho Is in
good condition now and made a One trip
There will be a complete chango ot
program at the Orpheum this evening
when many new acts will make up a
brilliant entertainment Changes will
bo made In the orchestral accompani
ment which has Hitherto not been the
aid to tho performance that II should bo
and the Warsaw Brothers and Altro
will take the musical end of the show
In charge. Coglll will have a fresh
batch of songs and whimsicalities to
present In company with Male Arlea.
Caston will chango his turn with the
rest. Altro has fresh things to Juggle
with and Aqulnaldo now combinations
of suppleness to present. The Warsaw
Brothers havo plenty of novel settings
tor their musical turn and have yet
eighteen Instruments of which they are
masters and on which they have not
MR. WOOLLhY DEAD.
I.os Angeles, June 15. John T.
Woolley died of pneumonia at Iho
California Hospital today. On the
morning of June 1th Mr. Woolley was
struck by a street car. Ho sustained
a crushing blow In the back of the
head and his skull was fractured. For
three days the Injured man lay uncon
scions at tho California Hospital.
Pneumonia, resultant from the acci
dent. Bet in and caused the patient's
Mr. Woolley was tho general agent
of tho Western Masons' Mutual Asso
ciation, with offices In San Francisco.
He came to Southern California with
his wlfo and daughter on a visit, and
resided temporarily at 1307 West
Mr . Woolley visited Haw-all last
winter In the Interests of the Western
MaBons Mutual Association.
NBW Y0RKPK8 DIG PROM IIBAT
New York, June 13. Flvo deaths n
a result of the Intense heat were report
ed In Greater New York today. A
thunder storm, accompanied by coploui
rains, relieved the atmosphere tonight
At 3:30 p. m. the thermometer stood nt
I want agents everywhere to tako or
ders for my famous Made To Order
C-O.R-O.N-A C-O-L.T Shoes. Corona
colt Is a now PATENT I.HATHRR not
Inffccted by heat or cold, fully GUAR.
ANTRHD not to crack. Send $2.50
I for sample and all information how to
take orders, etc Securo tho first agen
cy In jour locality, Bhoes sell at $3 50
Agents making 50,00 to $100 a week,
!0. HINTERMKISTKR. Tho Stioemak
or Fisher IliiiUIlng, Chicago, Illinois
u- s- A- JiJLDJ
Washington, Juno 11. The political
consequences of tho Administration's
Inslstcnro upon Cuban reciprocity are
furnishing food for reflection. Great
stress was laid some dajs ago by ths
reciprocity lsndera on tho fact that
the State comcntlon or Ohio, Indiana
and Kansas had advocated reciproc
ity Now the question Is what will tin)
Admlnlattatlon sny when other Slates
inKe nn opposite lew. nnd In no un
ceitnln terms. This was tho subject
of discussion at one of those early
breakfasts at Senator Hanna'a housi
this morning. Tho President, Secre
tary Hoot and Postmaster General
Pane breakfasted with Hannn and
talked for two houra on the political
complications (lowing from tho reci
Payno Is opposed to the reciprocity
plan Ho Is not offensive In his oppo
sition, but as a shrewd politician lia
known that the House of Representa
tives Is endangered if the tariff reduc
tlon bill goes through. Ho knows ranks, hut apparently without avail,
what the public sentiment Is In Mln JThls morning's conference with Sena
nesotn, Wisconsin and Michigan, and tor Hanna unquestionably dealt with
has, no doubt, Informed the President . the national political situation as nf
that thoso States are not In sympathy fected by Cubnn reciprocity. Unless
with the reciprocity move. Minnesota Hanna and Pajno enn bring the dls
Is to hold a Republican State conven cordaut elements Into line this fall's
tlon In a few dajs. Governor Van .campaign will be strenuous enough
Sant was here some dajs ago, and
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DRAFT SUBMITTED BY
GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL
Loan of Stone Crusher to United States
Government for Naval Station
Much of the time of the Exccutlvo
Council was again occupied this morn
ing over thu matter of Government of
ficials In politics. Governor Dole sub-
mltted n draft of rules, which he do -
cllned to give out for publication nfter
tho meetlnc as not havlnc been Issued
or even definitely formulated. Ho ro -
quested the heads ot departments each
to furnish a list of cmnloyes. Attor-
ney Genernl Dole was ready, submit,
ting n letter containing tho following
I have the nonor nerowlth to buIj.'
mlt the statement which you request.;
ed relative to tho nationality nnd rate
of pay of officers and employes In my
"The total number of officers nnd
emplo)cs In the department is 315, ot
whom 228 are of tho Hawaiian raco
nnd 87 are of other races Thn B7 In -
and 87 are of other races. L, , ,
eludes all persons not of tho Hawaiian
race, wncmer oorn in meso isianas or,
not: tney are, in tno main, wntto per -
sons, born hero or In the States."
A request was recolved from Admir
al Merry for tho loan ot a stone, crush
er to smoothe over the work being
done on tho Naval Station ground byijuiVjuBhtrXaida
cno Japanese iiaimsung co, cjn mo-
tlon of the Attorney General IBo re-
quest wbb granted.
ine wnimea wtno Co, Kauai, was
granted a renewal of Ita dealer's .
Captain Rosehlll of this city, who
went to the Coast with W. C. Peacock
recently for tho purposo of securing a
Biiltablo schooner for tho MarcUB Isl
and fertilizer trnde, left San Francis
co on tho 14th Instant In charge of the
schooner Julia V.. Whalcn.
The purchase of the Whalen, fop
merly owned by tho famous "Commo
doro" Weaver, was exclusively report
ed In the Bulletin a few days ago, Tin
Whalen will ply between Marcus Isl
and and this port.
The Elks' Ping-pong tournament
started Saturday afternoon last and
continued during the evening and tills
afternoon at ? o'clock and continuing
until midnight, tho remainder of th,
preliminaries will bo played.
day's results were nB follows1 F, M.
Ttrnnla .lnfantm! P M Tllm. f Q Mm!.
Ic.vvay defeated F. "Si Brooks"; Henry
Roth defeated J. h. Rockwell, F. II,
Richardson defeated A. V. Gear, II P.
Roth defeated II. D Couzcns.
J P Rodrlgucs has a notlco to his
patrons In todnj's Issue. See Now To
day on page S
vlillo hoie agreed that Senator Nel- Michigan, Wisconsin and other Statre
run should dictate the party platform repudiating the Administration's pol
lp that Statu. Van Sant wants to Ii1 ley.
e elected and needs tho Bupport 'f There were Informnl talks between
Nelson and Clapp The Senators, on
the other hand, want to bo Indorsed
b their State In tho nttltude they
line taken against reciprocity.
Will Denounce Reciprocity.
Senator Nelson Is now engaged In
training the platform to be adopted hy
thu Minnesota Republicans, and on
of tho I'roiiK paragraphs will be a do-
u'jnc'ntlon of the Cuban reciprocity
rcheme. Tho Minnesota delegation
he'd nn Informal meeting today and
agreed to stand solid against reclproc-
Ity. ard will use their Influence to olv
inn an unequUocal stntemen from
tl.Hr State convention. Such dark
complications as th a looming tip on
the horizon are gh Ing the President
uneasiness. Postmaster General
Pane has used his Influence to pre
vent the threatened split In the party
even for Roosevelt, with Minnesota.!
f Budapest. Hungary, June 12.
The Flnanco Minister, W. de I.u-
-f kacs, announced In the Hungarian t
-t- Diet today that ho will shortly In-
-t- traduce a bill providing for tiie
abolition of sugar bounties In
-f Hungary, and will make proposals
f which the Government thought
would be beneficial to the sugar
f Industry of the country. -
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Will PAINT THF illll
When the rails laid by the Hnwallan
Tramways Co. three ears ngo were
CMIUBVU iu u.l- BU....K..I Ul.s iuuiiiiiig,
' It was Been that they bad become very
much conoded over the entire surface
excepting the bottom.
l l'fcsldcnt Thurston nnd Manager
' ' KUt n, .lll , pl11 Translt, c"
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(Chcmlcul action In so short n period,
determined at once to profit by the ob
Jeu lesson. They determined to huve
I their rails painted before covering wltn
ua"aBl- " wa" J'1"BC" 'l ' torl-
The Odd Fellows of the cltv held
1 memorial Bervlces for their dead jes-
I tcr.lay afternoon, theso taking place
,n , ha on K(ng slrcct K , cn.
dry atte,i aa dietrlct. deputy In place of
, j d. McVeigh, absent, nnd D. P. I.aw.
rence acted as secretary. Rev. Alev.
Maclntcyh served ns chaplain In thn
hall and Dr Ilodccra iicrfarmcit tha
1 same servlco at tho cemetery. Re-
;T .-..Rho. ,, , rnvna nf .i1B ,i,in,..
,, urethrcn nt Nuuami.-Maklkl and Ka-
walnhao wcro decorated. There wer
in tne neigiiuoniood ot a nvnured uuu
r i'iio proseni,
The Y M. C. A helu Its Sunday aft
Ati rninuif iininniu
;j mi mm nr Milium i
mm it cip
cruoon servlco 'al f o'clock jestcnlaj Hherwnod. clerk Tn the Auditor's of
at Camp McKlnloy, whero they wenlflcCi 8ccretary; J. I. Holt. Tax Office
by a special Invitation Mr. Trent waBPml)lovCl aaslstant secretary: K. R. O.
to havo delivered an address, but as
ho was colled away qulto unexpected.
I), his place was taken by W A. How.
en who spoko on the text, from Paul,
Tbero was n largo nnd nttcnttvo au
dience present and nt tho end of tha
meeting an Invitation was given to tha
Y M C. A. peopio to hold their meet
ings nt tho camp ovory Sunday. While
It will not bo fensuile to accept this In
vitation to its full extent, tho Y. M C
A has decided to hold meetings at the
ca, u Uo or threo wceIi8 f
BUTIIKOTHAL OP ARCIIDUCIHIS
Vennn, June 13 The betrothal Is
announced of tho Archduchess Mailfl
! Anuoclado and Duke Siegfried of Ila-
Wellsr Fargo, & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with Amerldn
the opposing shies toilaj, but nothing
was accomplished. Ino beet sugni
stalwarts are to meet tomorrow night
nnd go oer the situation carefully,
fiamlug their plan of action for next
week which la like!) to see n declsUo
tesult Hccial leading stalwarts. In
eluding Perkins snld todn that the)
stood solid and would not lriilgo The)
predbt the adoption of the House bill
by the Senate If tho reciprocity Scna
tors press their bill,
Pledge Has Been Signed.
u , now ,los,the,. linmuli notttUh
BtaninB denials, that fifteen Senator.
, , R ,ei, w,lch , , t,u ,,,,
of Scnator Ilurrows. j,llrrotta denies
,, hc hng guch a hM ccr,n,n
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fact and even quoted Its contents. It
begins. "We. the undersigned Itepub
Mean Senators," and goes on to recite
that In the best Interests of tho coun
try nnd the party the signers pledge
themselves to voto for the Houso bill
and against all other bills nnd amend
ments, except an amendment to sub
stitute a rebate for tariff reduction
(Continued on Page 3.)
PRECINCTS WILL HAVE
TO MEET BEFORE FRIDAY
Government Employes Are On Most
Every Ticket- -Seventh of Fifth
A Very Good Illus
tration. Tc precinct cllus 0f the Fourth
and Fifth Districts are In a quandaiy
Just now nnd are uuieriuln Just what
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means ot the beautifully vague letters!
,of instruction as to nonpartklpatlon
in politics, suit oiit by Governor DoU
'us soon after his return as bo could j
possibly manage. Not only people
w ,mu ,, ,() (o nlh nn) !o.
ernment position In any way shape or
manner but Government emplovea
are criticizing Mr. Dolo
fP ,,., .
l"?" "f opinion Is that. If aone Is
for the slanil ho has tUKen. The con
,to blamo for the defeat of the Hopub
I Mean party In tho fall election, It will
be the Governor.
Thu mandate, order or whatever It
1 till irli liii wlilrTi tiflu an fit iiit litr ilni .
I .. '
ernor Dolo after, and not before, the
precinct cluU hnd met and made llieir
nominations, has simply disintegrated
tho part. an(, Borao Ncry rapid actlon
will havo to bo taken If tho Ropublr
can party expects to present any kind
of nn organization In tho fall elections.
On noxt Friday night the club must
come together and elect tha officers
which It has nominated.
The Governor's order makes It In
cumbent thnt nearly all tho precinct
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tlme LccaUBOt on nearly mcry tcketi
tllero nro a num)Cr ot Government onl
The 8oventh Precinct of tho Fourth
District furnishes a very good Illustra
tion of what the situation is. The sto
r may bo made very short by simply
giving thn following nominations made
on tho evcnlne of tho 13tfi Inst.:
j,iEO wilrox. nresldent: Isaac
ttui.ucu, ncc-rrmry iiuur.l ui i iru iuui'
mlssloncrs, treasurer; Wm Tlenrj,
Jailor, Judgo of election; Joo Kalana,
cmployo under Road Doard, Charles
Clark, superintendent of Kallhl Dcten
tlon Camp, nnd FlonJ Zablan, clerk
District Court, cxecutlvo committee.
A MORNING BLAZE
At about 9 30 this morning an nlarm
of fire was turned In from the corner ol
Klnau and Keenumaku streets Tb
Maklkl fire engine nnd Chief Thurston
Immediately turned out nnd found tha
file to be on tho prtmlBes occupied by
Mi. Orcgory The flro was In the cook
house which stood near to the inuln
building, it wns caused by the explud
Ing of a gatolluc stove and was begin
ning to blaze up when thn fire depart
The flro wns promptly extinguished
onl uboi't $10 dnmahc being done A
the couk house wns quite close to sev
eral other buildings, a bcrlous hlarr
might cnsll) havo occurred but for thu
piompt work of tho Hie department.
Washington, June 13 In the Senate today n resolution waj offered by
Mitchell of Oregon, directing the Committee on Pacific Islands and Porto
ltlco to Inquire Into the general condition of Hawaii, the administration of
affairs there, the qualify, condition and value of the public lands In Hawaii:
the crown lands and the title of the former Queen therein, with power to sit
during the recess and by sub-committee to visit the Islands if neceiuiary
and to report at the beginning of the naxt session.
Hoar proposed an amendment' to the resolution, providing that the com
mittee should Inquire whetlfcr the former (Tucen lias sjiy claim against the
United States, legal or equitable, by reason of having parted hitherto with bcr
title. Mitchell accepted the amendment and the resolution was referred to the
Committee on Pacific Islands and Porto Hlco
The resolution also directs Investigation of tho granting of franchises or
other privileges Immigration condition of labor and all other matters per
taining to the executive legislative judicial, educational, tax, school, finan
cial and other s stems ot the Islands
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Last night nt about 12 I" o'clock the
Rapid Transit Companv began Its work ,
of building the line which Is to ruu
from Alapal Mrect along King street to
connect with the companv's Palama
line. About 230 men were engaged In
the work and started by tearing up ths
Hawaiian Trnmwa) Company's girder
rails In Palace square which had been
laid by that company as an obstruction
This track was ordered removed by
Superintendent of Public Works J. H.
Bod some time ago on the ground thnt
It was a nuisance This order was not
heeded, however, so the Rapid Transit
decided to tear un this track themselves
as their franchise permits them to use
tho entire length of King street for
This morning thej were torn out nnd
the roadbed for the Rapid Transit
tracks being prepared as far down as
Camarlnos' place and ns the company
Intends to keep a large gang nt tha
work to rush tt through, the connection
will undoubtedly be completed very
This new track will make the service
much quicker and more complete than
It has been heretofore ns It will lo
away with the transfers now in use tn
a 'great extent.
Cars coming from Kallhl will run
right along through King street, while
the cars coming from the Llllha ter
minus will run through Hotel street
and along the present route to Puna
bou. Passengers can transfer from ono
line to another at ccrtnln points pro
vided they transfer to cars going In the
same general direction as the car they
The work on the McCully tract has
been contracted for by XIr. McKce hy
the Wnlklkl Land . Loan Association
which Is to furnish the Rapid Transit
continuation (,r King street to MeCullv
street, and down McCully to tho Wal-
mvi ui niv nuinini u.iu iiiiuubti tuw
klkl road The Rapid Transit company
will, however, laj Its own rails on this
The favor which the rapid travel sys
tem has met with the public Is best
shown by the number of people who
used the Hapld Transit )esterday. tha
returns of the ofTIco showing that no,
less than 14,000 fares had been taken ,
In during the dajr.
CarB were run nt regular Intervals
over tho King street extension ester
I flnv nml thn unrvlfn nrmnil ttincr afitfa.
NEW INVtlNTION BY MARCONI.
London, Juno 13. In tho course of a
lecture tonight before the Roal Instl-I
tutlon of Great Ilrltaln, William Mar
coni announced that he had Invented a'
highly sensitive magnetic detector of j
olectrlc waves, by which It was pot
slblo to read about thirty words perl
minute in wlrelcs telegraphy
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PRISONER HAD SERVED
BEYOtlD COMMUTED TIME
Telegram From Attorney General Knox
To District Attorney Breckons
Fines May Be Re
mitted. "Washington, D C, June 13. V02.
"Ilreckons, U S. Attorney, Honolulu.
"The President lias commuted sen
tence Castanba to thirty days In Jail
You may order Bis release termlnttlon
that period. Formal warrant of com
muTatlon to )ou by mTI.
"KNOX, Attorney General."
Under authority of the foregoing
telegram, the nged and consumptive
Portuguese, Castanba, was released
from Oahu prlson"uhd restored'to tho
companionship of his wife and family
this morning. H had served nearly
sixty davs of the seven months to
which he had been seblcnced under
conviction on two Indictments for dls
tlllng liquor unlawfully. Fines and
costs aggregating JfiOO were Included
In the sentences, though the lowest the
law allowed Whether the money pen
nlty Is remitted by the President's com
mutation of sentence may only be cer
tainly known when the documout It
elf comes lo hand .
None of tho Federal olUcers threw
any Impediment In the way of the ef
forts mado to procure executive clem
enc) Attorney J. M Vivas, who de
fended tho prisoner, sajs that tho hap
py result for the distressed family Is
only what the Portuguese colony nntl
clpatcd when the petition was sent to
And now It Is the hackmen who aro
tfyTrfg to drum up business. Yester
day, one of these men started up a
story that there were hot sprinys up in
the crater of I'uncTTuGM. On tha
strength of this- h csuccTeeded In secur
ing five passengers wlio wanted to sc
tie latest dcevlopment of volcanic ac
tivity In the Islands. Theso people aro
spreading tho warning broadcast to-
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