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T. It., SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 1903. T. IT., TUESDAY, DEC. 1, 190S.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPEB PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
r i I Editorial Rooms,
Entered at the rMtottcc at Honolulu
as second clan milter.
TUESDAY DECEMBER 1, 1908
Joe 1'iatt has inuilc u pretty Kootl while tlio Oraftcrs nru hard pressed
postmustoi. land thuy will buy, steal, mid kill
- ? j without stint If they believe that by
Mm the lu'ni 111.111 win nnil llono- 80 doing they can close the avenues
lulu blddi-is get u the (iintiactH. jnf lnfuimatluu that will keeii Ituef
janil hlu IjIb nnil little rumor-lu ten uut
Is their all) good reason ivnj men of t,riwm nnj ti,ua suicessfitlly de
positions fMt eoniuion Ittstlce.
The decent people of Sun Francisco
Mini seek (liivernnient
hhoulil he spoken of with n sneer?
Can It lie that the l.lllha street
prntestnnts weiu represented In rant
without their knowledge or consent?
h.Wc a ten ilk' tight on their hands.
Within Mint city ts now being exem
plified the fact that iilii-u the war
between .Money cind the. l'eoplo.
(Irnft nnd Honesty, reaches the point
whcie the People feel that they haio
110 other recourse than to (list prin
ciples, blood will How In rlveis.
In the piesent Instance the (Irnft-
Help the Hun-men alonfi. The poiil-lf "re nmlttlng minder, and then
try show serves a mighty B-mhI cnuo. "".aniling that the people shall rec-
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I'imtiiiiistoi- IMatfs way to feapj
liolulmi'iil Is m (L'ltaln.that only tlii'i
lomaiicer can hatch opiosltloti t'lj
nnd should be
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libh-t lift, i"1-" t , , 1 11, ,. .1 1
111111 uiui-i inii-ii ui-iiiiuk nun iiil'ii
The band of men of whom lludolpii
Sprcekels mid Honey arc the central
llguics ileeervo nil the moral suppoit
I that can Lie glien them fiom every
A margin of seven otes Is narrow
enough Iii suggest 11 tontest without
pri'Jiiillee, Just to guarantee the
The contest of tint villi 0,1 lhelnte
I'rlnco Daild has' been 'diiicoijtinueil,
nnd 11 compromise iqilstiicijib to all
pnrtii'S concerned has been reached
I'lnnl action in tills matter was tak
en this afternoon, when impel h wr.e
filed In The Supieniu Court withdraw
Iii8 the appeal of I'llncess Kawannna
koa fiom tin decision of Judge f.lml
ta 111 the Clicult Court. Col. Hani
Parker, who succecdeil his late wife,
.Mrs. Cnnipli.'lM'arker, as guaidlan of
ihe minor children, hns oxpi eased his'
wish to nbauilon nil litigation If a tut
Isfnctory uettlemeiit could lie ar
ranged, nnd this has now been con
tumiiiated Piliiress Knunnanakoa wll elect to
take her dower light, uhlcl Is one
tliltd of her husband's shaie of the
Knplnlnnl Kbtnlo. or one-sixth of the
entile estate. The Knplnlnnl Estate la
capitalized at approximately iSuQ.ono.
The Princess 11 III withdraw Iter appeal
tu the Supreme Court. ..nd nil the lit
igation bas now been done with.
John K Oolbiirn tho manager of the
Estate, feels gio.itl gratlllod that Un
contest, uhlih pioiulsed to he a tout,
mid bard legal battle, has now been
compromised satisfactorily to all con
cerned. The minor chlldicu of Prince
Dai lil u III Inherit under the wall a
groat many of the old Insignia and
tiophles li.iuiled doiiii fiom the former
loyally. John I Colburn will bo made
an executor of the will under the now
Everybody will have nn independ
ent line on the automatic telephone
service no party lines. Call at Wa-
terhousc Trust Co. and get your name
on the list for a phone.
ARE NOT SEEKING
Take a Walk
on your next leisure afternoon
go up to College Hills and see
how many new homes are be
ing built. It would be easy
for you to get rt lot and have
a home in this suburb of the
Let us take you out and show
yon some of our choicest lots
in this Tract. You will be
surprised when you learn how
easy it is to become the own
er of one. When you have
become the owner of a lot we
will assist you in building a
SjM JjWM LoXtt
I honest American citizen, (loudness
IiiivIiir ild Itself of the Japanese, 1 Knows Hint they are BcttliiR llttlo
war lliiciihoo, flonoliiln appears tu I onouRh riom their own fcllow-citl-
be RiHid foi six months of Tariff "lis. wjieu one stops to consider
y,..,,,, ncalnst whnt odds they arc flKlitlujT
Imnl tho nnturnl fear business inen
reellnex of l.llllia-slreeters niitat Iibvo for ieat (Otnblnatloits of
be ninu-what nt-suiiRed when they Ret
u Rllmpse of Dale WlthlliBton's Joy
Coiernor 1'ienr would have bad n
Mr. Hotstelu appear to have su in
dent confidence In the ability of Ha
waii's l.cKlsluttiic tir warrant his
lovely time Indeed In cat.e of the having 11 place In the front rank of
lVderal-biillillnn-slte storm hulliiK
liioki'ii while he was III town.
Manager IIIukooiI speaks with nil
Sucar mlces will lenuln stable ' tborlty on Kltatie.i activity. When
diirlns; the lonfliiR year. That source ' He says It Is gicatcr than when ho
nf norry Is eliminated to fur
weather nnd estimates can do sj.
Cheap tenement houses are not
wanted. Tho nationality of the oc
cupants matters little. The more
homes of Inexpensive respectability
was tending the flies, all hands mny
know that It Is "gieat."
Gus Sprockets Is now lit wink try
ing 111 make ine gums giuw 111 iiu
i.ululu streets. This Is nothing new,
I but trying to do It In tho name of
the common good wrings tears from
hearts of stone.
Resolutions passed previous to the. '
receipt of Thompson's cablegram are Chief of Police lllggy falling ovur
imt so lacking In the desired Btiength boanl accidentally In Oakland hitrbor
that they will haie to be revised to is almost as gruesoniely funny as tha
fit the request. 'thought that Assassin Haiti, was carc-
rm j fully glial ded against death hi h
Kiery school-boy Is a natural J nwn hand or another's.
marksman, bis practise with pea- t
shooters and other devilish Instrit- Hawaii appears to have rut off
While there, have been scicr.il rum
ors atloat an to aspirations 011 the part
of various gi-ntjciucu for tho Job of
postmaster of Honolulu, they all ap
pear to haio been absolutely erion
eoits. Whllo Postmaster Pratt's ap
pointment will explie during the next
quarter of the coming jenr. the pi in
abilities seem to be In favor of his re
appointment. At least he bus recclicu'
the eiiiloisemeut of the ltopiibllcan
Central Committee, and all those
whose names have been mentioned as
aspliants for the position, namely,
John ('. I. a no, A. I.. C. sAtklnson and
d Tow-so, state definitely that they
aie not In the race.
n u :t :: tt r: tt :: u :: a a a
lug by the fact that the Ka JIol 'was
tarrying n load of cord wood. Soon
ciiiivas, broken spais, mid wood weru
nil mixed up in one hopeless tangle
mid the mcmbcis of the crew were
forced to make their way along 11
very precarious footway when they
started to fix up 11 Jury rig.
Early this morning tho crew be
gan clearing nwny tho Wreckage.
The canvas wits all torn past hope of
lopalr and the Job of Fcparatlng the
shreds fiom the chunks of firewood
nnil pieces of broken spar was no
iiienls being limited only by the lg-
llance of bis teacher.
Why Is It that they always put a
flist-cliiss politician lit the head of
the PostollUe Department and then
ileiuarfil Hint the postmasters shall
not, bu politicians?
SAN FRANCISCO'S LATEST.
fairly well before the Tedi'iiil Su
prcme Cou(t. Opening tho dooi to
tho world's greatest court of Justlio
hasn't done the harm that so many
ot Hawaii's "good citizens" tin cat-
If Major Kern pioposes to put tho
public stieet sstcm of the City and
County In the hands of any 0ind.1l
who 1ms not made a mnrkctl success
of the Job In other Counties, ha can
hardly pose as making merit and suc
cess tho test by which ull candidates
for appointment shall bo measured.
uflK. TO iqf r
The alleged diownlng ot Chief ot
I'ollio lllggy Is another evidence ot
thu blood and bloodthirsty war that
Is going on In tho city of S.ui Fran
cisco. The disappearance of Chief lllggy
undoubtedly means that his elimina
tion from active participation In tho
iiffnlrs of life was necessary to tho
continued good health ot the big and
llttlu grafters who aro cither In Jail
or under Indictment. Following so
closely upon tho bensatlonul shoot
ing of Ileney and tho extrncndlnury
,.,..ili,l t.v whlfli AuHfiknln linns' life
was snuffed, tho death or escape of The schooner ran full tilt Into a liur
i, i.i.i..f ,,f P,.iir-. who knew of wi,v ilcano on Sunday night between Ha-
SUDDEN WIND BURST
Her mnlntopmast gone, nnd only a
stump of her foremast standing) t,ho
schooner Jin Mol stnggered Into har
bor luBt night Just about sundown.
Eight Lots at Kaimuki, cleared and
fenced. Suitable for truck fann
Two fine building lots in Manoa
$1600 and $1000
Hans was allowed to suicide, If any
one know, inukes another link In tho
I'haln of events that go to prove that
the shooting of Honey was not tho
limit to which. San Kranclsto thugs
will go, nnd tho supporters of graft
situ willing to do unytlilng.
lllggy In his recent notion Iiiib
shown himself to bo either 11 friend
of the drafters or n harmless Inver
tebrate, who Is tho friend of no ono
stud good for nothing.
If lllggy was drowned, he did not
simply fall ovorboaid. That goes
without nuylng. It will piobnbly bo
found that ho was either killed or
has ullowed himself to be spirited
wall nnd Maul and only tho liveliest
sort of woik on tho part ot Captain
bheba nnd his Jnpnneso ciow
brought tho craft Into port.
Thnt somo one was not Injured
when the squall, which carried away
the rigging, hit tho Ka Mol, Is duo
to the fact that the entire, cicw,
with tho exception ot tho mnu ut tho
wheel, was below ut tho time.
Though the men rushed for tho decR
at the commotion, tho danger from
falling tackle wus past and their only
danger) was In being swept oyer
Tho accident occurred shortly aft
er sundown. A heavy gust of wind
Nuuanu Avenue $35.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
School Street . . . . '. $40.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street $25.00
Thurston Avenue $75.00
Lunalilo St. (Furnished) ....$40.00
Tho Kllohan.i Art League opened Its
iliiriv.tlrHi mtuuat exhibition last even
ting, with about l.lil exhibits (11 show.
A number or locnl people imuresieu
In urt attended tho first view 1 erup
tion A new feature of the uffiilr was
the photographic section, wnicn con
tained Mime oiy Interesting work.
The exhibition will close on Decem
ber 11, until vlilcli time the League
looms will be open to ilsltors eiety
d.ij from nlno In the morning until
the In the titicmooii, nnd eiery eien
lug except Friday.
The list of tin' exhibits Is as follows:
111 the Olaa Woods, 1). Howard
Hitchcock; ltocky Mountain Sheep. J.
W. Thompson; Deer's Head, J. W.
Thompson. Along the Shore; J. W.
Thompson; ltocky Point, S. Decota;
Stieut Scene, l.nhaln, l-au Sheong;
llald Mountain Cal., L. Marsh Hale;
The Court Home, Lnhaln.i, Lau She
ong; Down the Canyon, Kauul, D.
Howard Hltchork; Wooded Slopes, D.
Howanl Hitchcock; Into the Canjims
Denlhs. 1). Howard Hitchcock; Hoses,
Sarah H. Hinder: Sunrise on Manna
Ke.i, Illlo, D. Howard llltclicooit;
Hn nv Morning. L. .ilnrsn lime, i-.ven
tin: 011' llcrkele.v Cnliitms. L. Marsh
Hale; SiuiSi't in.Wiumcn laiijon, u,
llnwurd Hitchcock: Spring Morning
L. Mai-sh llaki; Line Oaks, Trnsscl
Olen, L. Marsh Hale; Sand Dunes Near
Clllt Hoine, L. Marsh Hale, Sunlight
on llllls, L Mnish Halo. The Needle.
lao. Maul. Lau Sheong; 'the Uld inn
Tree, D. Howard Hitchcock: Pastoral,
D. llowaid Hitchcock; HaleaUala,
Mnnl Lau Sheong; Still I.lfo. L.
Mulsh Utile; Eugenlas. D Howard
Hitchcock: Ancient and Modern 1)
Howard Hitchcock; t'nlicrslty Club,
D. Howard Hitchcock; Outrigger Club
1). Howard Hitchcock; the Uigoon
Wnlkl'tl. I). Howard Hitchcock, Sand
Dunes of Proilncctown, Cnpt Cod, M
I-: Cliniinnn: Along tho Shore. ( trice
HiibiTtvon: Afternoon on IliyFaim
ltlind. I.. Marsh Hale; The Path. I..
Muirh Halo; Koa, (Jroio, I). Howard
Hitchcock; Mountain Shines r.nl
tJroies. D. Hownrd Hitchcock; Wood-
Ian 1 Garden I) Howarl Hltchc-icU
Thin' the Woods. D Howard Hitch
cock; Morning .Sunlight. I) Howard
Hitchcock: Tho Cliff, waliuea can
on. D. Howard Hitchcock: Forest
Hoar, D. Howard Hitchcock; Woodland
Pool, D. Howard Hitchcock: Tho Trail,
D. Howard Hitchcock: Kukuls, D.
How-nid Hitchcock; Hill and Dalo, D.
Howard Hitchcock; The Swale, D.
Howard Hitchcock; Tho Mnish, L.
Marsh Halo; After tho Harvest, L.
Miush Hale: Hay Fields, L. Marsh
Hale; Arch Rock. Walmca Canyon, D.
Hownrd Hitchcock; A Vlllago Street.
Pioilncctown. Capo Cod, M. n. Chlnv
man; A Hondivay Through the Sand
Dunes. Provlncetown, M. K. Clilpman:
An Old Ilonthouso, Capo Cod, M. K.
Chll-inan; Hoyond Dlauionil Head, D.
Howaid Hitchcock; lloatliouses and
Heach. Provlncetown, M. K. Clilpman;
Primitive Reaches, I). Howaid Hitch
cock; Tho Lagoon, A, Focko; Salt
Marshes. A. Focku; An Acadian Home
stead, Nova Scotia M K. Clilpman;
Still Life Onion. M i: Clilpman;
Visit nf thu Fleet , Focko; Koko
Head, A. Focse In the Park, Annie
P.irko: At Wnlklkl, A. Focko; A Orovo
at Chauluilqiia, Now Ymk, M. K. Ctiliv-
mnn; Cncoauills, I). Howard Hitch.
cock; Fleur-de-lis, M. K. Chlpnuin;
The Rainbow, 1), Howard Hitchcock;
Ilo.ilhouses nt Morden, N 8 M, K.
Chlpmiiii: Kienlng Lights In the Can-
j on. II. Unwind Hitchcock; llefoin HieT CDU ATlflfU K
SUM 111. V. Citu.iun, 11. Ilowatil llllcli- IJLLLUIllll lUll Ul
cock; .Horning .iimoiiinere, .mi. 1. 1
Whittle; Palamn Stream, I llownul
Hitchcock: Isle of llaulo. Hay of Fun
dy, M. E. Clilpman; A (HlinpsV of Lake
Cbautiiuquii M. K. Ulilpimin; lapi!
lllolnldon and Hasln of Minns, M. I
Cblpm.in; Moourlsu fiom the lslniid.
D, Howard llllihcock; Inside the
Ueef. Lmv Tide, 1). llownul Hitchcock;
Old Homestead, Ipswich, Mliss., M. II.
Clilpman; High Tide, 1), Howard
Hitchcock; Whero the Com I Sands
Pile High, 11. llownul Hitchcock;
Study of Lemons, M. E. Clilpman:
Study or Magnolias. M U. Chlpiunn:
Proilncctown Houses, M. K. Chlpnuin.
Orcliard nt Lake Cliailauqin, M K.
Chlpman: ltocky Point, Jos. I. Whittle:
Upper Fort Street. Jim. I. Whittle;
Dawn. Jos I. Whittle: En-nlng. Hono
lulu Harbor. Jew. 1. Whittle; In Ma-
hopeland, J01. I. Whittle; From the
Pier. Jos I. Whittle: Old Mango Trees.
I). Howaid Hitchcock.
Photographic Section In and About
Honolulu, Hanks; Historical Snaps,
Mrs. W. M. Oraham; Adobe Hulldlng,
Imbnlna, J II. Cation; Eielilng. Con
tra Costn, J H. Cation; Laziness (en
Intgenient by II. W. Perkins) Drf W It
HrltickcrbolT: Atlantic Floret at Ilono
lulu. J. H. Cation; Onouiea (Inlch, X.
II. Cation; Papalkou, J. II. Cntton;
Onotnen Flume, J. H. Cntton; The Lit
tle Red Men. Dr W. II. Hrluckerhoff;
Inn Valley, .1. 11. Cntton; Hahiwii Falls
(enlargement) James fliilld: Hnlawa
Falls, James flnlldi Piiiinene Mill. J.
II Cntton j Ilnkalau Mill. J. 11. Cntton;
Waterfall (enlargement) James Oulld:
Flumln'g Sugnr-ctine. J. II. Catton:
Sugar Loaf Jit, Cal., Ralph S. Hos
nicr; A Pool In Maine Woods, Ralp:i
S, Hosmcr; Pan Floor, PutinUne Mill
.1 II, Cntton; Shipping Sugar, Paul
kou. .1. II. Cation; Along the Shore
Knwnlhao, Ralph S. Hosmcr; WnllitJ
Falls. Kauai, Ralph S. Homner; 1)
Head Station Welcome to Fleet. J. II
Cntton; Shipping Sugar, Hnknlau, J
II. Catton; The Calewny to near vat
ley, Ralph S. Ilnsmer: Squaw Mt
Hi 00k, .Me, Ralph S. Hosmcr; (Iroup
of Portraits, 11. W. Perkins.
Ce) amies Co.u or Anns In Terra
cotta and lllnck, Mrs. J. L. More:
Stein Sunset. Mis. .1. L. Mine; Cup
and Saucer Conventional, Mrs. J L.
More: Vase Souiuac, Mrs. J. I.. Moie;
Pin Tray Roses, Mrs. J. L. More;
lllma Lei Lemonade Cup. Mis. J L.
More: Ash Tray. Mrs. .1 L. More; Hat
Pin Holder, Mrs. J. L. More; Violets.
Mlsg Clilpman; Plate, Miss Clilpman:
Lnnipbowl Vascn, Miss Clilpmnu; HI110
nnd Silver. Miss Chlpiunn.
Sculpture Corinthian Capital Tor C
M. Cooke Library. J RoseiiRtelu;
Spandrll OrnnmOnt for same. J Hos
cnsteln: Cove Ornament In Pacldc
Club, .1. Roscnsteln.
These and other HOLIDAY GOODS at
The main celebration of the Portu
Kiieso Independence Da) will tako
place tonight at Ltisllau.i Hall, jthlcli
Is being decorated with flags and
Terns. All the oltlcers of the -Portuguese
oignnlzatlons, such hm the Club
Hecientlvo Portuguese do Hawaii, So
iledado Lusltnua II do Haw all, Socle
nude do Kanto Antonlii 11. de Hawaii,
Soclednde Sad Martlullo II. dc Hawaii
mid Soclcdado A Pallia, will bo present
iiinl n general good time will bo en
Jojed by the Invited guests. ,
tlesldes the literary exercises, a
grand ball has been arranged for the
occasion. Tho committee which bus
charge ot the ccrclses will be nt the
door to iccelvo the guests as they arrive.
Promptly nt 5:30 o'clock Ibis morn
lug, sulutes weie fired by the onieeis
ot the associations from the top of
Punchbowl mil. Tlie Concoulla Hand
was 011 the grounds of the Lusltnua
Hall and played several Poitiiguese
Fulecllons lu honor of tho dny.
The Hawaiian baud will play tonight
from T until !) o'clock 011 the gioimda of
the Lusltnua Hall. During Hie Inter
vals moving picture will bo displayed
for tho benefit of tho guests.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SAN FRANCISCO HAY, CALIF.
Notice Is heieby given that Custn
Rocks (las Huoy, CR2, moored about
fi00 feet SW. 1-2 S. from the outer
most of the Cast 10 Hocks, San Fran
cisco Hay, California, reported extin
guished Nov. tS, will bo relighted as
sikiii as practicable.
Hy order of the Lighthouse Hoard.
Thrum's Book Store
pET your MEALS
where you get
HOTEL ST. bet. FORT and UNION.
Big New Shipment,
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Oct your lunch at tho New England
Bakery. Hotel street.
This year we have many
New Things in Jewelry for
men : I
SCARF PINS of Exquisite'
Design. FOBS in New Pat
terns and Styles. CUFF
LINKS in all tirades and at
all Prices. VEST BUTTONS
and .STUDS, and MANY OTH
Inspect our large stock of
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Santa Claus is here wanning up for Christmas. You
will have the best from him if you make your selection
TOYS Dolls, Postal Card Albums, Sewing Boxes, Pic
ture Frames, Comb and Brush Sets, Shaving Sets, Sets for
Smokers, Maniouring Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Olovc
Boxes, Toy Pianos, Drums, Wagons, Dolls, Carriages, Writ
ing Paper in Boxes, Games of All Kinds.
COATS 1 TO 7 YEARS Sample Garments for Chil
dren; well mWe; beautifully finished. Material, Pique,
Imitation Pongee, and Linen.
UMBRELLAS From $1.50 up, and a big assortment
to choose from.
RUCHING Six pieces in a box; 50c to 75c per box.
SHIRTWAISTS New line, from 90c to $2.00.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
away, kidnapped, as the graftors onco struck the Ka Mol b.oailsmo on, mm
proposed should be done to get Ruer tho llttlo craft was thrown onto her
out of leach of tho. Investigator. '"" """ A "ll,,u, ln,cr Wr
This Incident cannot fall to mouso'!""" x"'" ller 1""1- wltn u ,0"1 le
tho peoplo ot San Fianclscn to n """. 1l ?" "wu "" l"u
.Hilghor pitch l extltenient and In
wplro them with greuter determina
tion to sco -the fight thiough. Mean-
liggiug wus bent crashing down onto
Things were made the more exilt-
Low Rates; Prompt;
Skirts and Suits
Tuesday. Dec. 31st,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
for laying in large surfaces of
a clear and deep color.
It is absolutely non-poisonous,
easily applied, and dur
able. Can be used over old
is the Ideal wall finish, and
yet it is cheaper than the or
dinary crude colors,
It comes in a prepared pow
der, am is ready for use when
mixed with cold water. Sold
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775,
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
King Street, Ewa of Fisrimarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Everything that can bs bought in a French establishment
can be bought in our depaitmcnt, handling imported and
domestic cheese, anchovies, sardines, pickles, fish, butter,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Wc have just receiv
ed by the Hilonian ov
er 1,500 pairs of Lad
ies' Regal Shoes in all
the latest styles. Our
Quarter Sizes guaran
tee a perfect fit for any
sold here. For a Christmas Present, give an order for a
pair of shoes, and let the recipient pick them out. In this
way, thorough satisfaction is assured.
LINDSEY COLONIAL TIES in all leathers, $3.50.
(White and Tan Suede, Patent Leather, and White Can
vas). NEW J0CELYN TIE in Tad Suede.
NURSES' OXFORDS, HOUSE SLIPPERS, OPERA
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING and BETHEL STS.
IilissssWK3aiisssMBi jFjfak j s . .
&'M''M &W,$- "f'
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