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EVENING BULLirriN. HONOMJM), T It , MONDAY. KRB. I. 1007.
- Hawaiian Stated.
Pacific Third Degree,
RoseCfolx 7?30 p. m,
Lei Aloha Chapter Regular.
All visiting member! of tba
order ara cordially Invited to at
tend meetings ot local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. 0. I.
Mtefi every Monday evening at 7:10
In I O. O. P. Hall. Fort itrett.
n It HKNDIIY, Secretary.
O A. SIMPSON, N. O.
All Tlsltlnc bro'hera very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. I, K. ll P.
Meets avery Tutaday evening at
l;.in o'rloek In K. ot 1'. Hall, Kiua
iltrfl. Visiting brotheri cordially In
lt4 to attend.
A. S WKMlF.ll. C C.
F. WALDIION, K. It. S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. af P.
strata aTery Friday erenlrg at
K. P. Halt, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bars ot Mystic Lodje, No. 2 Wm.'Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and Tliltlni
brothers cordially Invited.
n GOSLING C C.
A S KENWAY, K. IL 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 111, I. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No CIO, It. P O. U ,
III merl In their hull on Klnc nutr
Fort street eery Friday ocnlns.
i'y order ot tho K. It.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
II. E. MURRAY, K R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.af P.
Ueeti erery Saturday evening at
f:0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
KraeL Vlaltlng brothara cordially In
vito to attand.
I H. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON. K. R. H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. B.
Meats on tba 2nd and tb WEDNK8
DAY aTanlng ot each month at 7:30
"flock In K. ot P. Hall, King streL
Vlaltlng Eagles ara InTlted tr at
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Baey.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Na. 1, I. O. It. M.
Meets ecry second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month in I. 0. 0. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited tr
H V 10DI), Sachem
A i: MURPHY C ot II
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 683, Y. M. I.
Meats every second and fjurth Wed
nesday of aach month at San Anionlo
HaJI. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
K. W. WEED, Pres.
B. V. TODD, Secy.
CHUNG WAH LODGE, No. 4, K. of P.
Meet our) second and List Tues
day euenliig of each month, at K. of
P. Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brother arc cordlall) Invit
ed to attend.
YAP SEE YOUNG, CC,
SAMUEL 1, WONG, K It S.
Don't start the New
Yaar wrong, merchant,
but hava your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
's ed at once. We'll begin tha
' work right, end It right
' and chargs only what'a
2 QUEEN ST. TEU MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIOLEB Manager
manufactured from pura distilled w
. trr. Delivered to any part af city by
rOAHl ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
"telephone B'ie 3151.
Rhone Main 197
ana you'll get FRE8H BAKED bread
Delivered to Your Home.
KiiiRancl Bethel Sts.
THINGS WE HAVE IN
Flower Pots In all sizes,
Saucers, etc., for the fernery,
made of durable terra cotta
Chimneys in plain and or
namental patterns. They make
the house look very attract
ive. Sewer pipe and water mains
177 8. KING STREET.
It is to our interest as well as
yours to develop your films and
plates the best we know how,
so as to promote picture-taking
and not discourage It. We em
ploy the most expert developers
and printers to be found and do
the work carefully and scientifi
cally. Conditions are Ideal now for
picture taking. Bring your neg
atives to ui.
" Everything Photographic "
No waits between courses
when you lunch here; yet
you make take all tho time
you wish to eat.
Busy men are served
promptly. All patrons get
the best the market affords,
25 CENTS WITH BEER,
fllank hooka nf sll .nnrtii !p,bm
ptc , manufactured by tba Bulletin Pub
j-j.1 ,.., trVllaffi-i1.iiHilMii
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Family wants are nu
merous and of dally urg
ency. Why not let a Bul
letin want ad. do your
walking and talking?
Tn1l1in. llory, alitor,. Sth)ds. Stbl.
Rest enp of coffco in tho city. New
A tKiotlitnck la wanted nt the Ha
waiian Hotel barber shop
If jour sewing machlno needs repair-
Ins phono Denny & Co . Main 48.
The Bo ml of SuperWsors will bold
a regular meeting tomorrow exciting at,
The Kawalhau Olco Club will play
the Knalas n week from Sundny ot
Asiln Park In n return game.
former Xsslstnnt Sheriff Henri Vltlr
wltl lcne In the Siberia this afternoon
lor the Coast He Intends to go Into
told mining nt Tonopah.
The IlcjmblU.tn Central Committee
will bold Km regular inonthl) meeting
flils excnlng nt 7:30 o'clock nt the Mcr
i bant street hcndcimirtcrs.
A special collection was tnken nt the
Portuguese Christian Kmlcmnr So
lct Inst night, Tor the Chinese fninlnc
iiind The amount taken was 110 50.
N rernamler, notary public, l)pc
vrltcr, etc., ban lemoved bis office to
No. 844 Kaahiimntiii street, opposite
the onicc of Thco. II. Dalcs & Co,
Low prices at the New England Bak
er) Ilalclua hotel innnagemcnt e.ilcr to
nil iK'opic and p.i)a the same attention
to Honolulu guests na to outsiders. Un
like some hotels the management cat
( rs to all
.Ittclgo Lindsay this morning g-.nntoj
letters of administration In the matter
of tho estate of fleorgu N. Huthorford
tc Esther K. Itittherford. Uoml was
fixed nt IG0.
Tin- Count Committee will mctt
next Wedncsdn) ccnlng at 7:30
o'clock New iminberH will bo elected
to take the plates left Miennt by t lie
icslgnntlons of llenrj Vliln, J. K Knlii
pun, anil others.
Tim Seas!) lias plenty of snrl
boards, surf canoes, Canadian canoes
etc., which are nt the disposal of Its
guests. Hemember that tho best bath
Ing and the best surf for board riding Is
directly In front of the Seaside.
Mrs and Miss IJinbscn, tha nlfo htul
laughter of u prominent San Krnnclscu
read estate man, returned In the Si
beria from a trip to the Orient. They
will remain In Honolulu about two
weeks before going to thler home on
Superintendent of Public WnrkH lib!
lownj has nsked the County imtlioi
Itles for the loan of eight of the Iload
Department mules, which, while, the)
ure tho proert of the Territory, have
been loaned to the count. The miilci
i-ro to bo used by the National (iimrd
at Its encampment at Kahlaw-n til If
no mm in
IN CRAWFORD iM
The Sjipreme Court seems to be hui
Ing illfllcultloa with tho Crawford Mat
ter It was expected that it decision
would, be bunded down this morning
in tho matter of tho question uh to a
directed crdict, upon which tho ciuo
Is up before the Court, llut no dccl
rlon was handed down. Neither was
thero nuy Intimation ns to when onu
might bo expected,
In tho meantime, Judgo (Icnr, attor
ney for Crawford, has consented that
tho Circuit Court may go ahead with
other matters, pending tho action of
the Supremo Court In tho case. Till."
morning, accordingly, tho trial of Yo
knnnia waa begun. Yoknynma la no
cuscd of helling liquor without h li
cence. He was ronvlctcd In tho Dis
trict Court and appealed to tho Circuit
Court. Ho wiih again conlctcd, but
was granted n now trial by Judge Di
A (omnmnttatloii reiclvcd by Sei
letar I'aris from Mr. MtClellau, pil
Mtto 'setretarj to the Delegate, ton
tains the reassurance of the fact that
the 1500,01)0 fur Honolulu and Hllo har
bors is safe.
It la erj evident, (loin tho closo
watch Mi. McCiellan Is keeping mil
matters local, that lie has the illteiesls
of Hawaii nt hcurt.
Tho Delegate is deslioin ot Inviting
about twenty members of Congress I
with their wives to visit Hawaii, Boni-
tlmo during Juno or Jul), and ban u
letter on tho wny to Governor Carter!
to that effect, expressing his wish that,
the lbltors Lome its guests of the Tei
rltoty. He furthci statoa that not a member
of the HIero and Haibors, or Terri
tottes Committee of the Iloute or the
f-enate Committee on Pacific Hlands
bas ever visited Hawaii.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANOY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75(5 per month. Weekly Bulletin,'
SI per year. . I
rf-,ititi AtiitwiiTiiiii f'ttuinii
7 MM Aif.
r -, .afv a m smp :m
X WtIbWV f l
That'a right, five there are others,
but these ara tha Important ones for
you and your ayes:
you frown or squint In looking
at an object;
your ayaa show an Intoleranta!,,,.,. Ihev tth io buy or not
i of light: I
(hay tire, ache, smart or wa
ter; objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These ara a few of tha points that
point to tha need of glasses, points
that point to us.
1 N. SANFMIi.
" " m wiisri
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May a. Co.
Mnnufnotufer of the
SOUVENIR GOODS which are universally admitted
the best In tha market. Any piece of Jewelry stamped
H. C. which Is found defective, no matter whre It waa
bought, wltl be exchanged
at my store.
Additional Cable Newa on Page 1.
JAPANESE CRYING "ENOUGH"
Un Angeles. I'eb 3 -The Ja.ines.i
colony here has petitioned tho Urn
penir to stop toollc iniluratlon to tho
RELIGIOUS RIOTS IN CHINA
SliHuglial, l-Vb 3. Antl-Chrlstliin
riots' havo ngaln broken out In China.
REFITTING THE. OREGON
Washington. I). P.. Veil 3. The
I'll I ted Stutcs li.ittllilp Oregon is to
bo modernized nt.u mst of one million
JAPAN WILL TOLERATE NO
DEVIATION FROM TREATY
Toklo. KHi. 4. The reports euiannt
Ing from Washington to tho effect that
a solution of tho friction between
America and Japan wltl bo effected In
the making of a treat) excluding Jap
nncso coolies from the United States
arc dlsbelleed hero ns being tinrea
bonnhle. The lolutloii must come
through iiffoidlng to the Japanese In
tho t'nlted States the rights, pure and
simple, guaranteed them b the exist
Confidence is expressed here that
this solution of the illfllculty will be
iffecled without sairltkc of honor or
prestige on the part of Japan
CHINA TO PROMOTE MILITARY
Shanghai, Teh. 4. Tho government
Is being uiged to send army oflkcrs to
Germain to stud In the iirsemilH of
CATTLE LOST BY STORM
llutte. Mont, Kcb. 4 eighty per
cent of the llcstoik on the Montana
range has been lost In the iccent
PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER ILL
Washington, Kcb 4, Mrs Alice
Longnorth Is scilously III with la
CHICAGO SUFFERS FROM COLD
Chicago, l'ch. I, Till) theimomcter
irgiuteted as low as zero liciu et,tci
DEATH OF BRITISH PEERESS
IHldnn, I'eli. I,
Hastings Ik dead.
REVOLT IN CHINA
Victoria, I'eb. 4 The S S Taitnr
hlliigs uewHfif n revolution In Central
China which scrlousl) menuies thn ex
isting dmist Twent thoiibund Im
pel lal tioops.hnve linen operating
ngdliut the rebels, hut have railed lu
putting down the revolution
CANADIAN STEAMER TAKES
Victoria, Feb 4 The Empress ot
China, of the Canadian Pacific Uniprcaj
line of steamers, has established a new
truns-Patlflc record, urrhlng here jes
tenia) ten ilnH mid ten bonis out fiom
MF-Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office,
You will find us on Hotel Street
just opposite Union.
We ara down stairs because we
want mora visitors. As was, many
customers would have climbed five
flights of stairs to see our magnificent
stock of books. As Is, these will not
be discomforted and the new store
will be more convenient for the don't-)
care-to climb stairs customers.
We cordially Invite customers,
Wa want them 'to sea what we have,
so they can tell their friends.
Standard books, rare editions, orig
Wm C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Th wWlw Edition of tha Evantna
j Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tha naws ot tha day.
for Its duplicate) lf( presented
! i .,
1064 Fort St.
ON I iEi
Three Days Of Rough
Weather Met By
The Pacific Mail steamship Siberia
nrrhed ibis morning from the Orient,
bringing n hit go passenger list and
cargo. Slic brought eight first class
passengers for this port but lur
through list Is ciy Urge and Includes
Uirrin Andrews, foiincrly Attomo
General of Hawaii, and Porter Iloyd,
lormcrly shipping csnuinlssloncr In thin
city and now located In Shanghai.
The entire cargo of tho Siberia
I mounts to ti?89 tons, of which 138G uto
lor this port, flic Honolulu freight
consists of the usunl merchandise, rice,
lake, and mlso being thn predominat
Unusuall) rough weather was met
for the first three i1iih out of Yoko
hama uiul the passengcra suffered u
good deal from mal-de-mcr but utter
tho storm was ocr nothing but the
finest weather was experienced. Ill
tiansiKjrt Thomas was sighted on Kcb-
mar 1 li the Siberia and was passed
b tho liner. She wus beaded for Ho
nolulu and should reach here this
veiling or tomofrtiw morning.
There werq 037 Japanese on tho
Siberia for this city and about 400
will leno on her this afternoon for
SENATOR DYDEN DE8ERT8
Tienton, New Jcrscj, Kelt. I. Sen
ntoi John K. Drjdcn Iuih withdrawn
his cundhliiL for reelection to tho Ben
Senator I)rdcn'n temi In thu Senato
will cxplio shortly, unci on uccount ot
bis prominent nilx-up In Prudential
Insurance Investigation, ot which torn
ianj ho was tho president, ho has ton-
Mdercd It wise to withdraw from the
For Want Column See Paget sis
Uootbluck nt lluwn. Hotol harbor shop.
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cigars Is the
Vhy? Because It Is the finest type
of a cigar. It is a make of exceptional
merit; of most pleasing aroma and
devoid of rankness.
Try the OOCTOR and yau will get
a cigar of high quality for 5c,
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
MA AuS W
Tells How Judge Wilfley
Annihilated Bar '
runner Atlornc General Iorrin An
drews nrrhed this morning from
Shanghai. He Is n through passenger
In tho Siberia for the malnlnnd. While
Andrew's ha Jiift 'been duBtcd from
practice In the new United States
court of China, together with K. M.
Ilrooks and ninny others, by Judgo
Wllflcy.v his trip around town ' thla
mornlngwas n veritable " triumphal
procession, From nil sides friends
flocked about Andrews asking him
about the now famous examination,
I'lid expressing their opinions ot the
learned Judge and his actions In no
"I would rather sny nothing nhout
the whole nlfnlr," said Andrews, when
opproached by n reported. "The situ
ation Is a very delicate one, and the
iluinccs arc that It may readjust Itself.
Ah ii matter of fact tho matter of being
excluded from the United Stntcs court
does not amount to much In a financial
way, but It Is tho loss ot prestige at
tending It, which is of courso n serious
matter. Tho report that thoso who
bno liccn debarred from jirartleo In
the United States court were also de
barred from tho other courta In Shang
hai, Is erroneous. Wo can pracllio In
all the courts except that of Judgo
Willie), and possibly the Ilrltlsh Su
preme Court, as the Ilrltlsh barrlstctn,
who luuo for a long lime been Jealous
ot the American lawjers, who Invaded
their courts, will probably do all they
can to get them excluded.
"Judge Wilfley gno out ofllclally
(bat the results of the examination was
the only reason for keeping us out, mid
that It hud nothing to do with our mor
tils or diameters. However, slnco tho
examination took place ho has let It
bo known, I understand, that the main
object of bis in Hon whs to weed out n
number of "undesirable diameters,'
who were members of tho American
"I do not think that an) steps ure
Icing taken to tnko the matter to
Washington, and, as I said, thero arc
prospects tBat tho whole thing will
i-cttle Itself, 1 am going to San Fran
Cisco to appear In tho case of United
States s. Price, which wus appealed
tram Shanghai. 1 shall also go to Now
York, and possibly to-Washington. Yes,
If I do go to Washington, I uwy do
foiuethlng iiliout the cxumlnntlon mat
A number of attorney flocked about
AinltcwH while he was uptown, and
Ihcso were especially entertained nt
the character of the examination ques
tions propounded by Wlllloy, which a
iamati could not fully appreciate. An
drews fired n bunch of the questions nt
u group or legal llghtH about him, In
mining some or the brightest oung
itttntnc)H here, and cuch ono of them
threw up his hands In horror and nt
hnowlcdgi'd himself "stuck."
In this connection Androws told an
r-musliig Incident connected with tho
examination. One of the candidates
was limine, n California ex-Judgo and
one of Hie best known American prac
titioners In the Orient. Ijimmo had
had peisonnl differences with Wlllloy
in -Manila, and thercforo knew that Ills
Into was seale'd. Ono of tho questions
was: -what Is the doctrine or cy
pres?" "You luivo spelled It wrong,
wrote Ijimme. "It ends with another
h. t) press Is a trco which Is much
used nt funerals, it h thercforo par-
ucuiuri) appropriate for this ocea
Immediate Action Is
Necessary To Get
If an) thing Is to bo ilono towaid ox
tending an Invitation to u Concr.
Montil party to visit Hawaii to look
Into tho needs of tho Territory, as sug.
gestcd by Ktihlo In u recent lottor ru
eched by thu Merchants' Association
it must bo ilonu prompth. Govcruoi
Carter has reeched tho following c-u-
mo from tho Delegate to Congribs. In
regard to tho mutter:
Washington, D. C,
Pob. 1, 1007.
Governor Cnrtor, Honolulu.
Any Invitation for Congressmen
must arrlvo by February 25. Foar Lee
Islatiiro action would bo too Into Bus-
sect bubstltuto Invitation by Chamber
Commerce Merchants' Association.
Goiernor Carter has referred thn
matter to the commercial bodies tor
It Is estimated that If, as proposed.
twenty Congressmen should mako the
proposed visit to Hawaii to fumlllnr-
Izo thomsolu's with conditions hero,
and ull should bo accompanied in
their when, tho oxpenscs of tho Junk
et would be In the neighborhood of
Sundaj, February 3
Stiiir Mkellke, Nnopaln, from Ha
waii ports, 2 a. in.
Slnir lv.fllanl, Pllli. from Molokal
ports, I n, m.
Stmr. W. (1 Hall. Thompson, from
Knual ports, 5 a. m.
Stmr. Ke An Hon, Tulletl, front
Knual ports, (i a. m.
Monday, February 4.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, Zccder, from the
Orient, 8:15 n. m.
P. M. S. 8. Siberia, Zcedcr, for Coa3t,
Stmr. K Ail Hon, Tullctt. for Kauai
porls, r p. in.
a aa a .
DUE4 TODAY I
II. 8 A. T. Thomas, from Manila,
a a a
K' )f K H X x X itlfXJfXiRDCMini
. PA88ENQERS W
)i Arrived K
Per S. S. Siberia, from the Orient,
Jan. 15. For Honolulu: Miss E. D.
Howe, Mrs. II. A. Johnstone. Miss A.
M. Kllhnm, Mrs. P. Umbsen, Hcv. II. A
Johnstone, Miss Johnstone, Miss I, II
Kllhnm, Miss Umbsen. For San Fran
cisco: h. Andrews. W. I. Hod, W. C.
Coffee. Mrs. J. H. Cory, Comtc do Flaux
and lalct, Cupt. E. HJortsberg. Mrs. i:
M. Iluckoby, W. T. Jay, MIsh Jay, Mas
ter Kuwaharn. and maid, K. C. Kunde,
K. a. l.tikciiH, Senators 0. It. Liikcns.
Staff-Surgeon J. Mownt. It. N.. Dr. 0.
11. Porter. Cn.pt. J. M. Robinson, U. S.
N Miss C. i:. Stirling, T. Tannka and
Mnnnt, Mrs. I,. It. Titttlc, Mrs. II. II.
Vail, Lieut. A. B. Watson. U. 8. N,
Cnpt P. P. Yaroicnko, Mrs. M. K.
Peck, F. 11. Iluck. Jr.. J. II. Cory. P. It.
Dickson. I.lcut. O. M. Hill. It. N-. Dr.
H. M. Hucknby, C. T. Jny. Mrs. W. 1
Jay, S. Ktiwahiira, Mrs. M. Koh.i)aMil,
II. J, C. Uirge, Mrs. II. n. 1,'ikciis, Mrs
J. Mow at. Dr. W S. Porter. O F
Schick, N. Tnrtnrn, K R. Tuttle. Mlsi
rtittte. Miss Mabel Vail, Mrs. A. i:
Per stmr. W. (5. Hall. Fcbrtiar) 3.
lroni Knual ports J. It. Coney, K. It
Hlven, Mrs. D. Mendlolo, Ilcl Knt, Y.
Amu), J. YHinnmikn.
X PA88ENQER3 M
n, Booked V
Per 8. 8. Siberia, for San Francisco,
Feb. 4. Mrs. J. F. Cowck, Miss l
Samuel, Mrs. I,. He) nobis, L. T.
"White, Miss. Floyd. Mrs.-IN-Clark,
Miss S. Tracy, Miss M. Tsuda, A.
Dodd, W. A.. Ilowen, Miss M. Uergc"--son,
Mrs. John II. Hoods, Miss C.
Hoods, Miss Helen Martin, E. E,
Stewart, wife and son; Seymour Hall,
8, II. Dunuar, Mrs. W. It. Cornwcll,
II. II. Eastman, I). M. Eastman, J. D.
Hunt, Mrs. E. Noumann, Miss G. Neu
mann, Mrs. J. L. Moore, Mr. and Mrs.
S. O. Johnson, Gus Hunter, II. D.
Johnson, Mrs. F. Drandt, K. A. Row
land, Mrs. M. I.orlier, K. Cranford
and wife, Mrs. Norrls, II. Anderson,
James Crnw, A. W. Bias, J. n.
Hcnslnr, M. Rosenberg, (J, E. Staff
limn, Mrs. C. II. nusscllo. Mrs. S. W
Darker. J. T. Thurston, Miss I.nudei,
Mrs. II. Dutrii, It. It. Hcslcr, Mrs. II
E. Ford, Paul llolman, A. II. Davl
son, C. nolto, K. Yamagtichl.
H HONOLULU WEATHER V
Temperatures ti a. m , b8: 8 a. m
"I: 10 ii. in, 75; noon, 75; morning
Iluroinctcr, h u. m. 29 97; absolute
hitmidlt). 8 a. in, 7.253 grains sr
cubic foot; rclntUe humldlt), 8 a. in,
80 per cent; dew point, 8 n. m , t6.
Wind H a. m , velocity 9, direction
N.; 8 a. in. cloclty 4, dlroetlon N.;
10 a. in , cloelty 3, direction S.; noon,
velocity 8, direction 8.
Itnlnfall during 21 hours ended 8 a
m , .08 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 172 miles
WM. B. 8TOCKMAN.
Section Director. U. 8. Weather ilureau.
Judge Llndsa) this morning, In the
matter of tho estate of James Carnn-
bell, deceased, sustained tho demurrer
or the Knwannnakoa minors, lu their
guai dlan ud litem, E. M. WatMin, to
mo petition for modification of order,
filed by Alice K. Macfarlane. The p
titlon whs dlsiiilsbed. Watson's re-
murrer was a plea td Jurisdiction In tha
Of the latest pattern and novelty
were received by us ex Alameda,
Remarkable and tasty coloring ef
fects characterize the line.
You'll fall to net the Eastern style
if you neglect choosing from this ex
You are Invited to look at the goods.
We assure you satisfaction In price
W. W. Ahana S Co.,
62 King St
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O, Box 93.
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