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nOLLBTIN JH'ULISHINU co., irn,
by . a. HOCICUS,
flnlwrlbml nnd sworn to be
ruro Hie iiiix :intn "lay '
J8BAM March. Anno Domini.
i. 11. nmiNirrTi:.
Votary Public, Plnit Judicial Circuit
MONDAY AI'Illl, t. 1U7.
Them ct the liquor law to Iip
touh( oyrr. ami thi ljjlulntiiiv h!iow
xelleai iiidatncut In i-learlnx thu
hoard!) prevluu to thin flnnl Kcrlin-
BiBfumal of olivlutm fulitw does more
to Injure the rcniiluilon of Ilinvallans
for'iioranion annw tlmn can ho over
rqme by muntha of ordluary good he
Judas Vfi Dull haa rellKlously l'
minded Grand Jurlea that tliiTU are
oilier tanihli'ia tlmn Chlncso. And
orwry Grand Jury hqa heen unable in
' find tlicm.
All tills Oatm and ontsldi' island ron
troreray would Ih at nn end If tliu
emratlos wore given autliurlty In levy
lion and iinidut't vuniili't loctil toll
Govortionthlii talk In "hattliiR iitonml
looao" when It reulirn on U A. TIiui-b-
ton. IIU odmlnlslratlan nould he 11
uamjile of the fool thing a I'ritlil .it
wight be lipid i-r.iilbU' foi.
,1 L. O'UUII-U'li
Wliat the leritdBtorn evldi it'y in
tdjid to convey Ih, tlu-li mijiteia'de
ojVjKiiltloii to the tinduted resignation
principle. Tlioonl) fiuestlon In. wheth
er tho iirttjHiaeil law jiuU tlto Unvvriio:',
the lelBlnture or the whole Territory
nil a tree In ovont of n crlfclx.
Talk nhcat IIHo "golns hack" when
It nlfi7i a J1000 puree for one raLO .11
lt Ko.ilrth of July meet: It In nboiii
Hint) for mmiio jieople in rrnllze that
IHIo Ih tl light little llnhl lltth' town
that ts line to expand, when il Mtiera
Waku lip mid elwt 11 mukIIiIi' Ilo.11 d of
IKujwrrhMHti to help the Kood ciiiimi
ilARRIED WOMEN AND SCHOOLS.
The lltilletln Is ihoioiiKlily In nym-
lthy with u law whkh will Klve uu-
innrrfcil noinon tho preference, nil
IhlllKH heliiK onual. In upH)lutmeut
V to positions 111 tho public schools of
I ma 'I ... (.niii'ir
'I'll,. Iniv fiM ill tllliufilll lilfilUlitiiil llV
llio Senate hill on this subject Ih vll
l.ilnoun. hucauso It Is obviously dlrccl
il at lurtlculitr personn In tho employ
ut the lloatd of Public Instruction. It
Jn prised on porsounllly lather than
This law Is the product of u proju
iline aKalnst certain persons beivltiK un
jiiihllc-selnMil teachers. Then Is no
cliui'iie that thus' peiBoiiB or otliur
marrloil women teadiers uro luelll
clijiit. Then- Is no iliarRo Hint tho
tuipply of luachera Is so much larfiei'
tlmn the ilctnauil that worthy iiuinni'
jled women who iniist earn (heir own
llYliiK aio uniible to obtain positions
W'unno tho placi'H am occupied hy
jnartled women wllh liusb'inds cup'i
Mo or Kiippoitlni; them.
Tho Mile ci lino committed mid on
which llils luw is based. Is tho iibser
Hpii that there aro certain man led
woinU'oiuilo)cil In Iho public schools
iif Honolulu not Iho oulsldo Islnuds
whoso hushunilH nre capablo of nup
lKirllujLjhuni, In older to 'Hfwt ihlB sltiintlou In
thu oiuo of no of two Hid wise men
propoo In jiiish ii law which Is moral
ly retiD.icllothouuh not technically
fflat' ',"-v ; . ,' ; lt ,',','
i "ml nMt'lt wtniM On M n-at ht
it 1 in ."I1.1 tataaMa aM isaii itlHg
nnmnt merrlHI kwi avHfcclaM
Km 'h. WlirtHMt kMM nMM
nmrt.' m ih 4N N R
'hut in to 1'itww w Maara at rrtMH
inmiwihui mat aaafc tk MV Mwu
inta ipwhotv far Ha taw aaaato !
i Homriaiti fro ttV Matt af tit wa
narrll Ta l n ai iMwmM tmaasl la
fulr uui t pur eaaaafaa, awl Mat
iwrnHav 11 i lanaaHalii ta imm a
law which ni aataalla tWa yrtww)i
withutti iMaa m MaaUM In tfcia
aim aave ba toM la t mrle 4
If U l,Ulatar I te art up katw-1
ad-fast rate waiiilaa ttw wiiwiim
10 t pmphiyod by.ta Hoaiit r 1'nlilte
liiMrupilon. hy ilows It not make a
law to the (' thai a wtHMtl tMtrhvr
mam tlovnir ail at hi ur lier Uhh- to
Uii' work for which the Mount 1?
Ttii'rc winilil dp an miieh or littm' lii"
Her m wi'll n LUillH'M wnw In mtMi
n law than run be foiiml In thin '
rial miurt' on marrlml wonii'ii n
nmiMini en-ated to strike obi or two
nail ootBK a direct and liamh lnjur to
r. Rood oumlwr more, sithout In any
way Improving the atantlanU of the
"fhuro l much to Indtcatn tlial wmu
of 1 hi- Rontlimicn hIihiiIiik imhllc
rchiNil li'KlMlatlim In tlm Snalo nro
yiklim ihHr rhlir Infonnatlun from
'uionwiiiiiin h'ttniK, iHTMiim with ior
wmal uxiih to Kriinl ami KnulnfH .'"
Iav. am) m-rrot nitcinli'8 of tliu Amor
It un iitllillc Rrhool nyHlmil.
I)n the li'KlHlatnra Inlund to IokIk-tab-
for tli" wclfnni of Hawaii' Hill-llrt-n.
or In tin- uuriom of Ii'Klslatlvo
xlatMicf to iiay HIT. In iM-raon or hy
irux a few old gioron?
TWO NOTABLE ARTICLES.
lk"lnnlns next Hntiirdn tlm llullo
1 In will Htnrt 'tliu imhlle.itlon or mi
iirtlclu on "Uuui'Miiilm' nnd Commercu
In the Pacific Atotiu." hy Ur. I K. Co
fur, of thu Unlli'il Hintt'H Mnrlmi Hon
pit ill Kervlen. Till will he follow I'd
by nn artlcl" on "The I'llinnli' of North
nnd Houlli Komi. ' by Dr. i:. H. (Iianl-
hiii'. the .olM;noii nii'ilii'iil nulhor
li. v 'if Kona.
We rail special ntlenlloii to theni
arilcli'8 11 tlii' cm iy Inrormatloii
Unit l of Inlurunllounl iih well hh local
Intercut, nro uhlv wilttou mid iiiiihII
tutu cBpeelally wnl pmiiiuiloii llleru
tiuu. Dr. Cofor'H nrllele Ih III remill of
IniiK Htiuly by 11 competent man v. ho
has .1 thoroiiKh npliieclatlou of the ex
ceptionally Important ixiMllim of
theiw iHlnndH In lefcrence to Hie ex
pansion or the I'nclllc. It points oil!
tho practical Hide of ipinriintlmt In Its
relation to commerce ami tho part
Hint Hawaii Hhotitd phi) iih thu ccn
Hal fuctor for keeping thu uvonue of
conimern oikmi so fnr n the Hpioml
of epIdeiutcH In concerned.
Tlm lliilletin had Intendod to pub
IIhIi theno nrllrleH In 0110 Issue, but
I hoy nte no luiiKlhy that they will bo
11111 thioiiKh two or three Saturday
Tlu-FC- nrtlclcH hy wich well-known
cilthorith'H should nrouso dlncunnloti
and aid future action which nlmll
serve the nation an well as thin Terri
Rovcrnor Carter Infornied the U'K-
iHlatuie this mornliiK that he had
nluiied the follow lull Acts
House lllll r,3, Act S'J. lulntlllK to
the writ of uuo warmnto.
Ilnnn' lllll SI, -Ait 10, iiipilrliiKV
..... . I.... -t..l Int
Mreil iniiwiiv (oiupaiiien m ihiiui
lerliilu portions of ntteets In Honolulu
-" gjfonolulu H.n
Real Estate Dep't,
Luualilo Street $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Beretania Street $10.00
Kinir Street $30.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Nuuanu Avenue $30.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Bcretnnia Stteet $25.00
Kinau Street f $25.00
Pensacola Street $25.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Gulick Avenue $35.00
School Street $15.00
Fensacola Street $30,00
Manoa Valley $30.00
Cor. Kcwalo & Wilder Ave. .$'50.
Thurston Avenue . ; $100.
Henri Watorhouse Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Corner Fort ani Merchant Sis
rwi-i jitter &
T1IK CALirOIlNIA INSURANCE CO.
of San Franciiro.
THE INDEMNITY TIRE INSUR.
of New York.
THE MUTUAL LirE INSURANCE CO
of New York.
TRENT & CO,,
010 FORT STREET.
In some cHIch of Hie Rtalen It Is
tlalmed thnt llrnt-clann ioikIr nro ho
I11K erenli'd h) the uno of common lar.
The wnv It Is iipplled Is us thus; Tho
loud Is first thoroiiKhly clennrd by
dry KftccpltiK. then roiiRhly dlntllled
tur Is pouiml over It and spread even
ly, ufler which nnnd Is thrown on nnd
tho mad Ih linmedlaluly ready for Irnt
He. A fortnlKht or thrco weeks later
11 second roatliiK Is iipplled, nnd In 11
hhorl time the road tins tho upear
liuco of uu unphnll street. Consider
nblo silicons Is helu; tiict with In tin
Iiik tar oil, which Is poured over again
mid (main, until the isircs of tho toad
exude tho prcpuiutlon. TIiIh tnr oil,
houoier. dries up ipilekly. does not
make nn oily nnd nnnly tuess In wot
weather, ntnl Is nnlil to ho much cheap
er than the lar process, hut It ieiii(rcs
Inure fieiiucut leliuwnl.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the- Weekly Edition. QWet 3
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7f Pcr month. Weekly Bulletin,
fil per year -,
Our Semi - Annual
Monday, April I
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
During this sale we wan,t to close
out the balance of last year's silks
in all the popular weaves, and WE
WILL DO IT, TOO. IF LOW PRICES
AND HIGH VALUES MEAN' ANY-
A FEW OF THE MANY:
50c Striped Wash Silks 25c
75o Figured Silks ..., 35o
75c Plain Satins 35o
$1 and $1.25 Fancy Silks 50c
$1 Plain Satins 50c
$1 to $2 Plain and Fancy Silks. .75c
$1.75 Black Brocades ,75c
I $1.25 Figured and Plain Silks.. 85c
,$2 Black Moire '. $1.00
WHOLE SALES ARE SALES.
Order To Pay Him $1000
Fee Is Set Aside By
Tho fUipremr t'ouil this mornliiK
hatiiK'd down an opinion In the nut
tcr ol Cm Ion A. Long, administrator
de bonis lion Willi the will unncxed ot
I lie ol ale of Hubert V Hull, de
mised, vs. John II Holt, et til., In
which the ill cite of JiiiIkc Itohlnson In
fniiir of Hie lUft'iidanls Is not only
n't nshle, bill In whh h the Court tukci
Ov rtHloii In udminlnter u ma.it to tlm
plaintiff, mid lliddciitiill) to Jtnln
ilolilnson for dllowlnt; an ulturnej's
lee or $100(1. The syllabus sus
Kxccutors ainj mlmlulstnitors
A bill to construe u will b) un ml
inlnlstrntor il. It It. e t a.. seekliiK ml
the uu mullein already decided by
Ibis court nnd nn other matters whliil
do not concern Itlni, should be ill
An nilmlnlsli'ilor d. h. It. should lint
be upiKilnted where there ate no tin
ndmlnlsteied unnits. ' i
An order nllowliiK it counsel fee id
J 1000, If any feu ut all was proper, wi.i
Krently exrcssUe In amount mid nliould
be set nslde.
Estate of It. W. Holt.
Various matters In connection with
this estate discussed.
Attorney (jciirrnl I'elern, who luw
for a Ioiik tlmo worked hard on the
law, mid who was allowed u counsel
lee of I100O by .IiiiIku HohltiHon, which
he has been unable to i ollect, loses tint
lee, thiouiih this decision, although the
plalullff did not even usk the BuprciuD
Court to net the matter aside, iih III
Court ntiibw In Its own oplnlou. It
Riiyn In conclusion,
"I'lalntlff wus ordeicd to pay from
the funds of the estate u fee of SI004
to the counsel lor four of the dcrciul
ants, I'rom this older the plaintiff :ip-
pciilcd hut did not refer to tlm mailer
In hi brief, lender soino circuin
utunces this iuli;ht be eoiisldered an
aliuuilonincnt of (ho polilt, but in view
of tlie fails shown In this case tho
matter will lie, lonnldered. We nic
clearly of tho oilntou that the nniount
ot tho fee, It any at nit was proper, wan
greatly excessive, and under the clr
cutnetnnees of thin case the order nl
IowIiik the iiatno should ho set aside.
The ih'cieo. appealed fiom Is reversed
anil the vtitite Is lemnnded to the cir
cuit Judge with Instruction to dlsmlsn
tho bill herein mid to set nslde the
older for counael fees referred to.
Mass Meeting Called By
Chas. Achi To
Thu proposed medical examination
of hchiKji ehlldieii hy County meiljcal
school Inspectors la meetlnc Willi
Creut dlsruMir union); the poorer
classes, and 11 plan In uow on foot In
Mil Iho proiHisltlou thioiiKh popular
demonstntlon. Such examinations, nru
piovlded for in llousu lllll 122, which
has pansed third reading In thu Houso
and Is now In tho huiuln of thu Senate.
Thu hill prmldcH for tho election of
County medical school Inspectors njnl
Rxes amoiiK his duties the follow Iiik:
Health of Pupils Examination of
licholars twlco 11 year and providing
I hem with Individual health certifi
cates, KpldcmlcB Ho to clone, tho
rchools or other menntirea in connec
,tlou wltlMii cases of actual or threat
ened ephleinlcH of thu morn serious
Lepers Ho is to ilefect such case
tiiul notify tno district pnysicinn.
Huusory Defect Hu hIiiiII enipllro
for nnd detect cases of partial dcuf
tiess or hlliidness. Ho shall cxamlno
(iinea or Impaired hearing and tsilal
dofeclH of accommodutlou. He hall
lefer tho hitter to tho district physl
clan, to hu remedied hy suitable lenses
Vaccination Continued Ho Is to see.
Hint mery pupil Is vaccinated mid at
tend at lupulnr Intervals to vacclnuto
the new pupils and thosu provlnusly
Tuberculosis Hu nhnll carefully o
limlno'iill fciisplcloiiH' cases for nlKun of
Incliilcnt puthlsls, with a view to woo
.lllll,' out cases of that disease.
"There Is considerable opposition to
thu hill," mild 11 prominent Hawaiian
IIiIh moriiun;, "and nn attempt will ho
mndu to Induco tho Hennto to kill It.
Tho wharf laboters, who nro tho ones
who appear to ho 'most excited about
It, selected a dalcKatloii to call on
Charlie Achi about the matter, Achl
Piuhinced them with open arms and
limucdlnlcly started preparations for
ii mass meeting, ut which resolutions
protosllliK iiKitlust tho passage of tho
hill uro to ho adopted, Tills mass
meellni; will lake place ut Aula ParK
tomorrow owning "
I v )
I '','; 1, - .
Invite Inspection and com
parison of prices of their
fine Stock of
The quality is the highest
and the prices the lowest.
THINGS, 18 DE BOLT'S
GRAND JURY ADVICE
The new (Ira nil Jury for the Aprit"
term met thin mornliiK mid wus sworn
In by the clerk of Judge De Holt's
court. The Judge read to them hia
charge us to their duties and appointed
:i oremun mid bailiff, niter which thu
members letlrcd to effeit organization.
Judge Do Holt IntrndiK'cs'hlK charge
to the" (irnnd Jury In thu following
"Tho oath which you hnvo Just tak
en. In the combination of Its letter and
spirit, concisely, ilcnrly mid compre
hensively contains nlid constitutes the
sum total of your duties. And It nec
essarily follows, tint only by a fnith-
ful udhercncu to the mandates of this
0.1th can ou satisfy jour Judgment
mid your conscience, and likewise sub-i-ervu
thu ends of public Justice.
"Grand Jiiiorn nre watchmen, upon
whom, by their oath and the law, there
devolves the' duty to survey the con
duct of their fellow citizens, and to In
quite when, wliete uni;by whom public
authority hus been violated; and no
matter what tho consequences may be
they should not stou short ot a full
iiiul complete vindication at the maj
esty of the law.'"
After dealing with general details of
procedure the Jud.;e continues:
Investigations hy a (Irnnd Jury must
he made in accordance with the well
established rules of evidence,
x A grand Jury, however. Is not con
tinued by technical rules of evidence.
While rumor or Infetence may prop
erly servo as u suggestion leading lo
nn Investlkutlon, nit Indictment, or
other conclusion, however, must be
founded uion legul, competent mid sat
Ilehitlvo to the order In whlci 5011
uro to iixe tip mu worn or the term, 1
would suggest Unit jou proceed In tho
following order, namely: That Is to
say, Inquire ,
Klrst: Into Hie case of overy per
son Imprisoned mid triable in this Cir
cuit uu uu Indictable criminal charge,
mid not Indicted.
Second: Into the case of every per
son held under hull In this Circuit to
answer un indictable criminal charge,
anil not Indicted.
Thlid: Info willful mid corrupt mis
conduct In olllce, Jf uny, of public olll
ccra mid of overy description In this
Circuit, except oMcers of tho Federal
Fourth: lulu tlm condition and
management ot public Jails and prU
hub, reformatory sihools, mid insane
asylum, mid such other public institu
lions mid offices us you may deem
proper mid calculated to suhberve tie
ends of public Justice.
Fifth: Into the violation of tho
criminal Iuwh of this Territory gener
ally, or which tho court hus JurisdlC'
Hon, And, In this connection, 1 de
nlie to further Impiess upon you the
Indispensable Importance of your du
ties to the people of this community.
Vou cannot uiqult yourselves of this
obligation, Imposed upon you by the
noleinnlty of your oath, hy Blight or
caieless Investigation. It Is not enough
that you dlsimse of the cjibcs laid be
fore you by the prosecuting ofllcer, or
hy 0110 of jour own number. Your
power mid duty authorize and require
of you to ninko special Inquiry fur
)om selves an to the violations of luw,
It Is within your province nnd your
duty to summon before you olllcers nid
othcis, whom you may have reason to
bellcvu possess Information proper fnr
your action uud'cxmiilnutlun. It Is the
part of good citizenship to be ever
ready to lend a hand in tlie advance
ment of luw and order utul to add to
the efficiency of tho legally constituted
ministers ot law and Justice,
No one Is above or beyond tho power
ot the law, and nil are equally entitled
to mid uro within tho reach of Its pro
tecting arm, And now, gentlemen of
tho (Jiand. Jury, for, the time being,
and within the scope of your powers
nnd duties,, you me tho luw personified.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU,
Mes.li served out of doors on large semi-circle vernndai, The only
nrit'Clnii hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan,
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS. Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three weeks.
a mm. i i mxi jiiu . . uta .- i iim
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
002-904 NUUANU STREET.
You know no person,. rnce, creed, sex,
caste, (olor or partisan, llufore ou
nil persons stand 011 n broad piano of
equality. You are to uphold right utul
Justice, mid to condemn thu wiong uu
londltlonnlly and without exception.
(Ittitlcmcu, I deem It pertinent lis
well us appropriate n't this time to cull
your attention to the splendid work
of the recent Tlrand Juries In this Cll
cult, particularly their work legardlug
thu gambling vice which has long been
prevalent Ih this community; and 1
urge upon you tho ImiHirtance of con
tinuing nnd vigorously prosecuting
this work. A continuation of thin work
by successive grand Juries nnd others
In authority will tend strongly towards
breaking up mid destroying this do
motnllzlug and degrading evil, us well
us to turn thu thoughts mid efforts ol
thoi-c who participate therein, mid cull
Ill-afford to waste their dally earnings,
Into channels of usefulness, thrift unit
(lanibllng Is not only deinorallzln:;,
degindlng nnd Impoverishing to tho
nctiiul participants therein, hut it
brings Hhamf,wmit mid distress Into
thu home, claiming also us Its victims
tho dependent wife and helpless chil
dren. Your efforts In this behalf, however,
should be directed against ull alike.
Gambling Is nut confined solely to Or
ientals. The convivial, Imbibing nnd
gambling habits .and propensities of
those who arc sometimes pleased to
fctylo themselves the cream of society,
Is fnr mote detrimental and demoral
izing to the youth nnd the community
In general than such practices anion,;
those moving on a lower social plane.
Ah forcmun ot thu Grand Jury I ap
point Mr. George P. Castle. As, bailiff
of the Grand Jury 1 appoint Mr. Munu
uel J. Cabrnl.
The Grand Jurors nre: Geo. P. Cas
tle, foreman;. Karl K. Ellsworth, Win.
S. I-owe, Abraham Gartenherg, John
Fnrwell, Harry Armltage, Chris J.
Willis, a. P. Norton, Kirk I). Porter,
Frank G. Richardson, Henry Ciishinau
Carter, Chas, II, Atherton, Harry R.
Webster, John A. Hamburg, Stanley
Stephenson, David George May, Kni
met C, Winston, Edgar Henrlques,
Arthur K. Jones, Wm. M. Tcmplcton,
Willie K. MtCormlck.
The cnblcshlp Restorer returned
from Ecqulinault, where she has been
In dry dock, yesterday morning. She
made a fine run 011 the way down, com
ing here from the Sound port. in seven
days and a half. A mituVr ot now
faces nre to be seen among tho olllcers.
First Ofllcer Ilarnlson Is replaced by
Klrst Officer Ui ruder, Second Ofllcer
Cluiite by Second Otrtrcr Hoisfull,
Thlid Officer McMunn is also gone
from the ship.
Capt. Combo was accompanied by
Mrs. Combe and his daughter while
Mrs. Lnruder, tho wife of the new
first officer. Is ulso on board. Other
passengeis on board were two cable
operators, one fqr this city and one
il HONOLULU WEATHER M
K B H 5 H K E K K & 3CJt IK W 5C If.
Tciuporntiiros 0 a. in., 09; 8 a. in.,
73; 10 a. m., 72; noon, 71; morning
Il.irometer, 8 a. m., 30.11; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m S.357 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
Gl per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., 59,
Wind G 11. m., velocity 9, direction
N. E.; 8 a. 111., velocity 1, dliectlon E.;
10 a. 111., velocity 9, direction N. E.;
noon, velocity 10, direction E.
llulnfall during 21 hours ended 8 n.
111., .02 Inch.
Total wind movement dining 21
houts ended at noon, 271 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U, S. Weather Bureau,
W. G. Irwin Is expected here from
tlie Coast some time during the pres
ent mouth, When last heard fiom hu
wus at Coronndo, Southern California
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program being rs follows:
.March "The Special" Phlllpp
Overture "Light Cavalry" .... Suppu
llallail "Moon and Coon," by lu
Selection "Sullivan Songs"... Rnppey
Vocal Hawaiian Songs., nr. hy Ilcrger
Selection "Prince of I'llscn"..l.udcrrt
Finale "lied nnd Uhick" Coolo
"1 ho Star Spangled Ilanner."
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