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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, MAI1CH 22, 190ft.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
tteo Puko 8, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
DISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
April 1st. 35.
HOUSE 1 bedrooms, Klnau SL J31.
OFFICES In modern building, King
street near Fort, JIG and )20.
3 paying properties on Young street.
Will sell separately.
Residence on 1'ensacola street with
etables, poultry run, etc. Flno place
for chicken fancier.
Fine residence with large lot. King
Street 3 bedrooms.
DISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Cottage of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
St. and cottago of 2 bedrooms on
, Peek Ave Apply S. S. Feck. 297
Furnished housekeeping rooms with
km: nlso 6-room furnished cottage.
Inquire No, 8, Cottage Grove.
A two story house. No. 1030 Green
Btrect. Furnished or unfurnished.
Apply C. 11. ltcynolds. 3317 tf
LottaKoa la Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KrJ, Smith St., mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In!
city. Helen a Court, Adams lane. !
Two-story house at Wnlalae and Ctb
Ae. Inquire on premises. 3321-lm,
Newly furnished mosquito proof room 1. 1
at 84 Vineyard St. 2723-tf
LOS I .
Day horse, no brand, strayed from Her
ctnnla St. near Kaahumanu school.
Reward at this office. 3332-tf
A sold chain and locket, enameled'
blue. Reward at this office. I
Best black sand from $2 to 3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St.; P. O. box 820.
Telerbone Main 396.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion 8bnn. nn Kori SL
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 620 King St,
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma.
yfclkl. Oeneral Employment Office,
"Us. Pensacola and Beretanla.
"Vt'or lupanesa laborers and yard boys.
Call at Hotel Cblkushl, or Telephone
Alain 4C6. 3317-lm
Mr. Jaa. 8herldan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warcrooms
ot L. E. Thayer & Co., 1S8 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher; J3 month (S lessons);
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this office.
JHT Fne Job Printing at the Bui- :
(etln office. I
I SEEING HIM OFF.
llrlght Japanese boy who speaks good
English seeks a position In store or
office. Address Wnklmoto, P. O. Dox
As stenographer, shipping or warehouse
clerk. Experienced man, Adrcsg X,
As stationary or marine engineer: best
of references. Address 0. C. L., Bul
Decf cattle for sale at Ka-
ia hultu Ilanch. Kau. Ha
waii. 3212 tf
ideal country homo at Mnnoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
Cr. cottago, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car line. Bargain. Apply
to P. E. II. Straucb, Ileal Estate, 74T
S. King St., Walty Bldg. 3296-tf
Fine corner lot in llaklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental troes
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from can and Panabou
College. Address IL F., this office.
Pure Plymouth Itock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
Vggi in settings. Puro bred Plymouth
llncks, barred or white. Tclephono
White S31. 3319-tf
3 On at Dane pups. Inquire of II. Den
nlron, Makikl and Wilder Ac.
I Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address It 8. h... Bulletin,
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps,
cards, newspaper wranptngs. Will
exchange. Address Randolph Stu
art, Greenwood. British Columbia.
Uy a gentleman, room and board In a
private family. Address R. S. I).,
Ilulletin office. 3330-lf
MOOM AND BOARD
'loom and board for
2 onilemen .,
119S King St.
Umbrellas r.oalred and brau noll.li.lelerted to take tho nlace of Mr. Allen.
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Takata, 1284 Fort St.
MONEY TO LEND.
-in Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
'Urlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel SL
lee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOST.ON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.'
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN1
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
,ftV.u " V .
FIELD MY SATURDAY
The largest Held meet of the ear
will take place on Saturday when the
Boys' Clubs pull off their annual track
meet on their frounds on I.llllia street,
In all 90 of Hawaii's best athletes are
entered. All these men tune been prt-
paring for this event Yur many weeku
and when the pistol cracks some great
performances arc looked tor
The cinder path at the field has bicn
placed in tho best of condition ana
much credit Is due the Rev. Mr. Turner
for the manner In which he baa nr-
ranged the preliminary steps.
Ihrco teams consisting of the Kam
Schools, Diamond Head Athletic Club
pnd Oahu College, are entered. Of
these the Kama and Diamond Heads
are, considered to hao the best chance
for 11 rU place. It looks us though tlio
Katus have a stronger team than the
entered In the lust Y. M. C. A. men
when they were defeated by the Dla-,
raoud Heads. Kunae, one of the Dia
mond Head's star weight men, is no
using his strength for the Knms. Ho
Is almost ccrtuin to take the hammer
With En Sue and Akana In their Unc
ap the Diamond Heads should have an
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Mi I 'mnllAud nt tli lnma nn it l.vinnn.
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ui uauu .uiivKi--, uid uiou uaubciUu.
men 111 theso events. I
Sharsch should prove a strong man '
lor tho Heads In tho distance races and
jijlvu should liao an excellent chance
for tho hurdles, Undcss the unlookcd-
In- lintiiuma t (men Inn mnn Uflll tllLd
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"'.SI? "f!!?u?l '".'V" ,BkC tl,e ,
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r,i in .hi rrni Mil ncs Tie I nicked Vo i . """"' '''' !" ""' , Ernesto a Bllva to Francisco A Rl
cd to uo great tliliibs. no is picKeu 10 ngnnt our boys with n great deal of I ,.i.n .,.
win tho greatest number of points und confidence. In the first Innlne ho caio'r. " '..l : ,.'": ;L,.;::::.:;;.-'!!n
theieby git tho spc-clal prize awarded
lor so doing. . icr, mld then allowed six hits, eight
Some new faces will be seen In this runi crossing tho plate,
meet 'I ho JIcLeod brothers of Ewa 'Coming in after the side had becn
will do some weight work for the Dla- retired he took a seat on tho bench be
uioud Heads. Just what these boys ,do Ellis. Wiping his perspiring brow,
can do is not known, although they )e remarked;
come with reputations. i -Mr. Kills, I was a llttlo off today.'
Not much Is knlown of the Oahu Col- '"go yOU were,' said Ellis grimly,
lego team, ulthough Lyman and Joo -nd you'll bu a whole lot father off
Pu aro considered good men. Reed, (omurrow. Here's car faro back to Cln
thc football coach, will throw the ham- clnnatll' "
mcr for the College, boys. n It I!
Sam Chllllngworth, the trainer of Outfielder James J. Callahan, of last
tho Diamond Heads, had tho following year's Chicago Amcrlcnns, who will
to say; "Our team Is In tho best of manage a semi-professional team this
physical condition and if we lose this season, says: "Tho first requisite for
meet we shall bae nn excuse to offer. n professional Is to know what to uo
We hate a better team than wus put with the ball when ho' gets It. He
on tno Held last meet and mere is no
'good rcaton why we should not win. It
I '" ,ruc ,hat wo l08e Kanae b,lt wo naV6
Sylva to take his place."
Tickets for this big event ore on sale
inc woous i snciuons Bporung goous
j: a a
At a meeting of the baseball trus-"'
tees held at the office of Lorrln Thurs-
ton last evening J. M.
I Dowsett was a popular choice of both
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ino teams anu me trustees, no is an.
old baseball player and should know
the duties ot a trustee.
Those present at the meeting were.
Paul Isenbdrg, Harry Whltnoy, Lorrln
Thurston and Mr. Dowsett. Chas. Clill
llngwortb was absent owing to the fact'
that he was 6ut of town. i
The question of tho division of re-
.!,,., .,, i.r,,i,hi i, ..,! ihn tr.i.tnni
decided to give the teams 70 per cent
inslrad of 75 per cent that was asked
for The other 5 per cent will be re-
talned to make some necessary Im-
provemrnts at the grounds. Thli
rppm a fair nffnr nn,t will nrnhnhlv he
accepted by tho teams.
JOY IN GREAT SHAPE
Whan Barney Joy, tho
of the baseball pitchers, steps Into the
box this season tho fans win liavo the
.pportuniiy or w.incssing some inter-
stlng exhibitions, Joy Is doing hard
Works and the brother workmen at the
shops look at Barney as a second Jef
fries. Barney is a boiler maker to be
sure and when ho dons a uniform this
season no win uo in lino pnysicai ton-
dltlon. Hard work Is making him
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ntlrl nml whpn h unhruikii Hi it mk-hlv
toim and wncn neuunooKS tnat m kilt)
eft the lmltcr must bo wide awake to
mppt iiin i.nii
Lvciyone remembers how Joy
mTimM w en Sonny
inha was behind tho bat. At this
no Barney was a boiler maker aud
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now mat ne nas resumeu tne, nam
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given by the under-
tlgncd, Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Mamie L. Burke, D.v
ceased, to the creditors of nnd all ncr-
soni having claims against the said do-
reased to prejent the same with tho pcneetiy uaw. Nflwutos ilurpicldo,
necessary voucheis (whether secured had Just como Into use In Phlllpsburg,
by mortgage upon real estate or not), and tho doctor strongly recommended
within six months after the first pub- Jt to mo. After 3 or 4 applications my
Mention or this notice, to the said V.x- hair stopped falling out, and Is coming
ecutor at his office, In the chambers of In again quite thick. I iiHcd to be tiou
A. S. Humphreys, Attorney at Law, 33 bled greatly with dandruff, of which I
King street Honolulu, the same belno. nin now quite cured." Kill the dan
the place for the transaction of thn diuff germ with Herplclde, Bold by
business of said estate, or such claims leading druggists, Bend 10c In stamps
will be forever barred. for sample to Tho Herplrldo Co., Do-
Dated nt Honolulu this 1st day of trod. Mich, Holllster Drug Co., special
March, A D. 1906, agents.
BOBERT BMMKTT BURKE, I
Executor Last Will, etc., Mamie L. The deposits In Prussian savings
3320 Men 1, 8, 15, 22.
labor the wise ones arc looking for n
pitching record again this season. It
will be nil that Utile Soares, who
catches Joy, can do to stand up under
the mighty pitcher's speed this season.
The Malles have been out working
'the last couple of weeks. They are try.
lng out new men; of these, one of the
Camp McKlnley boys, a third baseman,
Is showing up well. A semi-profession-
al from San Francisco is also turning
put with them. 1
Punahou will start to practice on
Monday at Oalm College. They will
probably arrange a series of game J
nlth the college boys. The latter has
a strong line-up this year and they
will probably give the Puns some good
The Oahus and Knms are alsou;ctting
In shape for practice and as soon as tho
fleld day is over It Is expected that they
a 111 all get down to business.
The High School will not enter a
learn In tho School League this season.
This is due to the lack of material at
a u a
During tho recent meeting In New
York or h..,h.ii ,.., owner. .h ..
nt "H A- eet i7lll warn lirniirrrit titi antra l
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win Kirk, of the New York journal; I
"ijiiij was an eccentric chan." re-
miiri.,i n ,i. mnitn. -hut i,
wns no oasy nmrnt 0r ie wouldn't hno
oecn a culj owncr a, 0ng as he was.
nl ncVcr forget one time ho wns play-
t a. .. . .i.
mginour lown, nnu neseni in a joung
'?"tt:.wb5..h.a(Mll.tl. c0.m.e on '.""" ?'
"nmi, mis lau nau oeen iouicu as
lhrte bases on balls, hit tho next lmt-1
should havo the play figured out b
fore the ball ;cls to him. For instnnce, I
H he Is playing second baso with a mau
I on first and one out, and the hall Is hit
in him tho nlav la nt upmmi for ih
double. If tho batter Is a fast man
and the ball Is hit to your left and you
coma up with It clean, make one nut
sure; do not make a hurried play of It
nothing is gained because a double
play Is Impossible, owing to the bat
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P'oute for making a one-band stop Midi
ters speed. You may get plenty of np-
throwing while out of position, but It
'ou tlirow " tn?. wrong place the man-
? ,nkc n.a oul ' i tr lumi
HANLON ABOUT BRITT
"I feel that 1-am Brltt's master, and
mnrA ,nn nn ,,,
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"" "'"" "lul uuvo t""" ""
forced to nxtpmt himself to thp last
ounce, and ns I have bem able to get I J,n'nr(1", ?' .' ,"Pt L,',Af,:' m,V
Inside of the cle-ticst boxer of them ? r. t t p? J? ii in n'
nl!, Abe Attell. 1 M.ould certainly maii.l0 f,81 '551pnc.r yr' u 283' P 30- Da
t,fo to keep nn lop of Jimmy all tlio.lcuJ ,,, ..i , n . nf...
time, which itle of milling Is sure t', Oo"a'a Bug Plantn Co to Moses Po-
h.f.1 him III. I.rt n,,l,l l,o f n.l.l'apola; l'ar Bllr L; por Gr Z049, Kce-
Infr 1.1m .!,.... u,llh l.nilv iniii.h..
figure that I could knock him out be
fore the twentieth round loomed up. 1
hao always felt that 1 could wlu over
"nu. u u uih jure iicjuiig lur u riueii
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he filled with a go between us two. If
, e,0t rom aM It vll be no
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Dill Hulhul, who for some time was
inn nrma nr tun nni vim no n invnr nn.
;-v - ---- -- ;"-,
forsaken the prize ring for the cinder
pain, inn lias eiitcreu me nine walk
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wonucring if inn win lay down, gumo
ono """"'1 l" Ayies. the crack heel
a'"l toe artist, wise to mil. for n. sure
" native pug gets within clos-.
?"ar er8.J'0, .' , foul-1 Sullivan Is
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vantaca to him. and bv trad-iallv wear-."?""
ha"rd Tiwii ti ?rh thi n.Ht-i.'i the fellow who comes when there's
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MR8. MARY GREGOVICH
Of Phlllpsburg, Montana, Tells How
She Was Cured of Dandruff.
s. Mary Oregovich, of Phlllpsburg, I
tMontann, under dato of Nov. 20, 1899,
writes; "I bad typhoid fever this sum.
mer. consequently was losing my hair
terribly, and my head In places was!
banks have almost doubled within the
last ten years,
WfiO SEEK THE 10
The Dullotln finds It necessary
tu establish a new rule In con-
ncctlon with the automobile con-
A change In the delivery of a
paper from th person now re-
celvlng it to another of the same
family cannot be accented as a
new subscriber, nor will an addl-
tlonal paper sent to a person a I-
ready receiving the paper be ac-
cepted as a new subscriber,
The Bulletin has been very
careful that thore shall be nbso-
lute fair play In dealing with the
contestants. It must also see
that the contestants are equally
straightforward In their relations
with tho paper! The matter Is
brought early to tho attention of
tho many people interested In
order that there may be nu mis-
understanding as to what con-
stltutes a new subscriber.
Entered for Record March 20, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 d. m.
Lau Sco ct al to Ho Sau AL
Labapa Nalhc and hsb to John Era
mcluth tr D
Est of Emma Kaleleonalanl by tr to
Sun Wo Sing Co L
II A Vavrlcka by mtgee to San An
tor.lo Port Ben 8ocy ForcAlfdt
II A Vavrlcka by mlgce to San An
tonlo Port Hen socy D
co K Kawaha and wf to O J Deck.
L It Crook and wf to Mrs Angela M
- Mann D
Ti,r. i t..i.'.',M Vn'a'ti- i
Wm W Ooodale to Walalua Agrl Co
J Alfred Magoon and wf tn Y Ah In .1
Est of B P Bishop adr United States
of America . Irtrmf
Ct oMl P B shon'by' ir. Vo UnUeT
H-nlcg nf Amrrlra II
ulS" "nH """""'"'" -'" -
Entered for Record March 21, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Emrhn L Dillingham and hsb to
Henrietta. FIshol I)
Win C Achl and wf to Henrietta
E C Orccnwell et al to T Rhlbayama.L
J Alfred Magoon to Kalawcaumoku
. .. .' Rcl
Recorded March 9, 1906.
Est of Antone Rodrlgucs by tr to
Chung Tung Sin; L; int In por Kill
3237. Ap 8, Kallhl. Honolulu; 10 yrs
at J70 per yr. B 283, p 27. Dated Mar
S It Onl to L L McCandless; D; Int
In It P 390. Kill 9705, Mnkua. Walanae,
Oahu; (70. II 277, p 486. Dated Mar
Metropolis Trust & Snvs Bank to An
drew MpCabo; Rcl; 3 pea land, bldgs,
etc, I'auoa, Honolulu; $617.40. B 239,
p 481. Dated Feb 1G, 1906.
Evangcllno da Sllva and wf to Frank
O da Rosa; D; 808-1000 aero land.
School 8t oxtn, Illlo; lot 6, pnrt F of
Pat 4223 and lot 6, Part A of Pat 4112,
j.J ' n,,7 ,,. m onr
256. Dated Mar B, 1906,
uiaa, I'una, Hawaii; 1900, B 278, p
Eangellno da Sllva to John O Scr-
rao, AM; see B 251, p 478, see B 268,
p 24G; $850. U 279, p 5. Dated Mar
J Kauhane to Geo C Hewitt; L; Or
2673, Ktolokaa, Kau, Hawaii; 16 yrs at
110 per yr. B 283, p 26. Dated Dec
Mlnnlo Becker and hub to Geo C
I ?" XL0 '" JB,'"n
ili , '
1350. B 279, p 6. Dated Feb
W B Komaka to Hutchinson Sugar
!lmlJ mnlfiiii If Atunll 1 Tl Oifl
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.31. Dated Jan 25, 1906,
Recorded March 10, 1906.
Mary D Prime; Notice; applcn for
reg title of lots 9. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
and 16. blk 38, Knlmukl tract, Hono-
, , .. -- . " " : '.' , z
lulu, n 281. n 61. Dated March 10.
John F Anderson to W W Ahann:
'' Por ar8 B5S nll 29. Kamanuwnl,
Walalua. Oahu: 20 vr nt 13Kn nr nn.
"- ", P 3, bated May i.ISDO.
THE 8UPREME TEST.
Thcro are friends who come In when
black sorrow's your guest.
I IJl ujtnn M'lllt vtit nvni vmii .Innil-
i ,, , :'": '"' -." '"' " '"" '
Friends who seem. In thn mdst of vour
, K .1".. '... '
T know Just what ought to bo said,
the Prince ofU.ein nil. when grim
.. ,lr 1 nothing but
MuJ hwt can Uo noUl,nB Uut
no one clso nigh
And whispers: "How much do you
''"thcr. tenderly bless nil tho friends I
Who came in the depths of my woe,
lust to stand by my side when I felt
That I might their sympathy
Oh, I love every one for each hand
clasp and tear,
And aye shall I wish them godspeed,
But a crown for the one who, when
none else was near,
Raid sottlf "How much do you
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Irrll-tUtua r uUrrtlQ
IrufFviirffrruirnrrn0' l"'"" !MtniLrue.
VwtUWWMienOQ. i.Uwl a.niitnn-
tciNWHMTiiQ Hctntor pouoiiou.
HolU by lruBsU(,
How to get votes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The Bulletin office has been asked a hundred times in the last
week, by contestants and their friends, for a list of its subscribers.
This cannot be granted, as it would be unfair to the persons tut
having tlte list. The real, live, earnest prise-vAnning way is for
contestants to solicit votes from ALL their friends if they already
take the paper (which is likely), then their votes on old subscrip
tions may be secured; if they do not now take The Bullehn, tt ts
tip to the vote-hunter to sec they subscribe at once, thereby getting
the needed vote coupon and placing in the hands of the tunv sub
scribers the best newspaper publish in the Territory of Hmvatu
The prises are a $1400 KEO TOURING CAR, 16 horsepow
m seating five people. The Second Prise is a S350 KROEGER
PIANO; Third, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a S40 STORE ORDER;
Sixth, a DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE-; Seventh, a
LEATHER GOLF BAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
WINCHESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Ninth, a SOLE
LEATHER SUIT CASE; Tenth, a KODAK DEVELOPING
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Wo Havo all Other Plavora Also
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ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everythln" FIRST!
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Y. SUGA SHOTEN
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That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
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BUILDINO and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
Kindt repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
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OFF ? J
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