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Hot Water Bags and
.KXTIU, QUAMTV. OOINO OlirUP IIRCAtf&K wb auk nvnti.
BTOCKI3IJ ltf Till) FOUH-QUAUT
ONE WEEK ONLY
Fountain Syringes for $1.50
Hot Water Bags for $ 1 .00
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE8 CAN NOT BE DUPLICATED AT THE
PRICE ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
You save from a dollar io two dollare and a half on th. ariltlsi
K during tlili sale.
j Benson, Smith Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8 THE REXALL 8T0RE
PI'lMlM'liHmaHipW il PHHijiMlipH
CUBAN BANKER NOW PLACES
CROP AT. 1,450,000 TONS
Wlllett & Cray's sugnr Journnl for
Juno 1 suyB of tliu rnw sugnr market:
- Tim feature of tlie week under review
i lias been the disposition on the part
of both buyer Mid sellers to bridge
over a rather caster condition of tliu
market without having an uctual de
cline In the quotations. This has been
accomplished by sellers refraining from
urging buyers to do business at less
than the former basis of 2 l-2c. c. &
f., 86-degreo test, ccntrlfUKnls (3.8Gc.
landed), and whenever buyers "would
not wlllliiKly accept the quantities of
fered tliu bUKnrs were warehoused. The.
rellners uccepted the smaller parcels
on sale ut 3.8Gc. basin as they could
not rare for them and thus the market
has wifely passed over the temporary
weak condition noted last week, and Js
apparently ready for some Improve
ment on tho next active business, es
peclully for futures for shipment after
(lie middle ot June, which nro now held
' lit 2 9-lCc. c. & f 90-degrco test
(5. sue.), against spot sugar mid prompt
shipment ut 2 l-2c. c. & f. U.SCe). Tho
deiiuind Is principally for shipment
to New Orleans at present.
Following the adviince made In tho
refined product today, no look' for an
early activity In raws, lleci Uotn(lonS
show an Improvement from 10s. 3 3-4d.
to 10s. 61-4(1. for June, 10s. Cil. Jul).
10s. G3-4d. August. The Cuba crop
moves alone regular lines for Its clos
ing period. The returns from estates
lttvi.ii elsewhere have reduced the out
turn of 25 per cent, for 64 centrals to
below 20 per cent, for 93 centrals, with
78 centrals still to report.
The only fresh crop estimate put out
this week wus by n prominent Cuban
bunker of 1,450,000 tons. Our weekly
Culia cable gave Island receipts 22.000
tuns ngnlnst 31,000 tons Inst week, 29,
000 tons Inst year and 18,000 tons In
Heavy rains reported In some parts
of the Island ; 18 centrals working,
iignlnst 20 last year and 11 In 1909. All
conditions nro reported f.ivuralila for
the next i.udii. crop.
' Europcun beet crop advices, oro en
tirely favorable for tho week.
Wo print herewith a now estlmato of
rowings, made by tho Statistical Union,
being larger than the estimates of F.
O Lliht and Otto Llcht. All Europe
Is given 9.1 per cent. Incrense, against
4.1 per cent, by F. O. Llcht nnd about
2 per cent, by Otto Llcht.
Itussln It given the notable Increase
of 17.9 per cent., ngnlnst 9.33 per cent,
and 3 38 per cent, by tho others respec
tively. Tho Europenn beet season, as n
whole, thus far began with backward
nnd dry weather conditions, which ini
tirly have been followed by good rains,
Improving crop prospects considerably,
Much has recently appeared about tho
nlngue In Jnvn, nnd we nro able hero.
with to glvo Its condition reliably by
our special correspondent's letter, Just
at hand. Also Interesting and favor,
nbla crop report for same.
Statistics are changed somewhat this
week, ns given herewith, showing total
stock In all principal countries 234,093
tons more than last year and 123,550
tons more than In 1909. European sta
tlstlcnl countries are 240,190 tons moro
than In 1909.
There la nothing of special Interest
from other countries, with exception
of n most Interesting and InstructlV"
report on tho sugar Industry In tho
U. 8. four ports receipts for week
reduced to 40,579 tons, against 61,809
tons Inst week, Total Block In U. S.
and Cuba together 652,202 tons, against
573,623 tons last week nnd 752,190 tons
Tho parity difference between cen
trifugals and prompt beet Is 34 cents
per 100 lbs., leaving thnt much mar
gin for adjustment later on.
Now crop beet (October-December)
Is quoted nt 9s. 7 l-2d , tho p.irlty of
4.01c. for centrifugals nnd only 15 cents
per 100 lbs. above, our present spot
quotutlon. 'This 'price represents buy
8IZH. W13 WILL SKLI. roit
ers' estlmato of vnluc of distant sugars
for September-December arrival.
Jnvas nre offered moderately and on
following basis: Tor first half July
shipment (September arrival), nt 10s,
101-2d. c. & f. (4.0pc); for all July nt
10s. 9d. (4.0Cc), nnd for August ship
ment at 10s. 7 1-2(1., equal to 4.03c, with
buyers nt 10s. Cd.
At tho closo refiners nccepted nil tho
nearby Biigars offered, fully 100,000
bags, at 3.86c, basis 96 degrees, nt
which tho market closes firm.
OFF FOR ORIENT
Passed Through Honolulu and
May Return for September
J. Campbell-White, secretary of tlio
great Laymen's Missionary Movement
hurt tho real head of this rcmarkabla
latter-day criisado, passed through
Honolulu on tlio Mongolia Monday on
his way to tlio Orlont and may return
In September. If ho docs return, pro
minent laymen hero nro planning a
big convention to Include nil the Isl
Campbell-WliHe Is going out to Ja
pan and China nnd his present plane
nro to return to Aniorlca by tho trans
Siberian Hallwny and tho Atlantic
Ocean, but he may conclude to como
back over tho Pacific route. In .In.
pan he will speak at the summer gath
ering of missionaries, nnd In China ho
Is Hclioduled to address nnother o( the
missionary gatherings in tho' city
wlicro many of them spend tho hot
months in recuperating.
While hero lie was tho guest of
Thcodoto Richards and was taken out
to the Central Union outing nt Mo
nnnlun golf grounds.
Major A. M. Davis, In charge of tho
local army commissary department,
met Campbell-Whlto Just a few min
utes before the Mongolia sailed, aft
er trying to locate him nil day. Major
Davis was Identified with tho I-a-
mons Missionary Movement In St
Louis and is enthusiastic over IU
practical workings. Ho was acquaint
ed with Campbell-Whlto on the main
land and In the few, minutes' talk they
had before the Mongolia sailed took
up with him briefly plans for a possi
ble convention here If tho secretary
enmes back from tho Orient this way,
Campbell-Whlto will cable to Major
Davis Inter and then the prospects:
for the convention will be definitely
SHERIFF AND CHIEF
OFF FORJMJRDER SCENE
Heports of robbery, burglary and
other minor cases aro accumulating on
the desk of Chief of Detectives McDuf
lie In his private olllce. In addition
to working on them, he Is Investigating
tli( cause of tho murder of Kim Young
Bun, the Korean who was mysteriously
killed nt Kiihuku somo time ago.
In order to ascertain moro facts re-
gnrdlng this murder case, McDulfla and
Bherlff Jurrett left tndny for Knhuku.
They will stop ut Hecla-kal, where n
coroner's Inquest will bo held at tho
plneo where Joseph Kalana wns nccl
dentally killed lust Monday In tho nu
tomobllo accident. From there the two
chiefs will proceed to Kahiiku, where
they will minutely question the wit
nesses who will bo subpoenaed to ap
pear before them to testify concerning
tho death of the Korean.
Willi lumber from Columbia Itlver
ports, the Amnrleaii schooner Mill
rtoro Is ieiorlH.I ns having cleared As-
torlu yesterday, with destination at
If AID DIVORCE
(Continued from Pag 1)
thnt nt one of the places whero he saw
McQiiald Intoxicated 60 per cent, of
thoso present were Intoxicated, in
'..i.ini ...... i i. ,... . .
oiiiwi ifi iviiiiiKu me witness inciuiieu
In n. period of over n yenr In which
the Japanese stnted thnt ho had seen.
McQuald frequently, ho could not state
positively to observing McQuald In
toxicated moro than twice.
Under cross-examination by Attor
ney Coke, tho Jnpitlicse admitted that
he knew T. J. Driver, tho father of
V. C. Driver, whom McQuald shot on
November 5 last. The Japanese In
sisted, however, that be hnd never dis
cussed the case with Driver senior, who
enme with him on Iho boat frqm Konn,
but had borrowed money to come to
Honolulu with the understanding that
he would get In trouble If he did not
obey tho subpoena.
M. F. Scott was tho next witness
and he f tntl without qualification thnt
through his ncqttalntnncc with McQuald
In Konn he hnd renched the conclusion
thnt McQuald was a' steady drinker.
Scott stated that he had seen McQuald
unden tho Influence of liquor many
times, asserting, however, thnt while
McQuald enme to his house frequently,
there were only two occnslons when
McQuald visited the Scott home that
tho witness could detect thnt McQuald
had been drinking.
Tho Oceanic steamship sierra duo
to arrive at Honolulu nt an early hour
on Friday morning Is bringing down
one hundred and Ave cabin passengers
while eight additional nro (raveling In
Tho lifting of the quarantine nt Ho.
rinlulu nnd tho knowledge that the
authorities of tho Island port aro do
voting money and energy to making
the plaro a real spotless town have
had the effect of stimulating travel
to the ParadlEe of the Pacific, which
Is now regarded ns one of the best
places on earth for n Hummer vaca
A wireless, received nt the agency
of c. Hrower and Company this mom
lug stales that the vessel also has
1870 tons general cargo, 1G2 sacks
mall nnd, a quantity of Wells, Fargo
Tho passengers Inclitdo a largo
party of tourists. .Many of theni como
from points ns far nway ns Europe.
The most Interesting pal ty on tho
ship will bo ono composed of sorority
girls from tho University of Califor
nia. There will ho 13 of thorn, and
with them will bo many mandolins
much fudgo nnd two chaperoncs. They
purpose Mslllng the volcano nnd pv.
orytlilng else in the Territory of Hn.
wall that they consider worth while.
Tho Bleirn Is in cmuinind of Chief
(Continued from Page 1)
Mini, in consideration of his former
acquaintance with her family, he had
given her unall sums of nimicjT
"Did you ever marry tlio defend
ant?" he wns asked.
"No," was his nnswer,
"Did you over mako ovo.- any prop
erty for her use and benefit!"
Illchop nguln answered no.
Hazy About Marriage.
The defendant asserted that she was
married to lllshop In this city, at a
placo whore sho hnd frequently lived,
the exact situation of which sho could
Sho said that a woman friend of
hers was present nnmo forgotten
nnd that lllshop had n man with him,
whose miinc was unknown,
She testified that sho had not kept
tho inarrliiRo certificate. Sho did not
remember whether tho wedding took
placo eighteen or twenty years ago.
From questions nskcil by fleorgo
Dumon, who succeeded Nato Coghlau
yesterday as the defendant's counsel
It Is expected that Insanity will bo
Tho hearing goes on this morning
lllshop being ono ot Iho probabln wll
ncseoB In rebuttal,
On tho following day Iho Examiner
Helonmar "Illsliop," who claims to
be tho wife of Chniles II. IUsho;.
vice-president of Iho Hank of Califor
nia, was found guilty yesterday by a
Jury In Superior Judge Lawler's court
of obtaining money under falso pre
tenses. Tho defense put up for Mrs, Benin
In Instructing Iho Jury Judge Law-
lor tMil llinm thorn emit,! be but tliron
veidlcts In tlio rase: dully ns eliarg-
cil.jjtillty by reason of Insanity and
licit guilty. After sovoral hours' dclb-
oration tho Jury returned a verdict ol
guilty as charged,
EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 111.
Finally Cured by Lydla G. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
T'rlo ln T enftVirod fni- fit... .......
from female troubles nnd nt last was
almost helpless. 1
went to three doc.
tors nnd thev did
mo no gooil, so mv
sister advised me to
try Lydla K. Fink,
when X had tnken
only two bottlei I
change, so I took
six uouies nnd I nm
now fltrnnr nn.l in.ll
nttnln. I don't know how to expresi
rnv f hnrilra lnr tltn (rnnd It l.na ,1...... -..
end I hope all suffering women will
givu jjjuio, i,. xioKiiams vegetable
Compound n. trial. It w.iq wnrll. It.
weight, in gold." Mrs. J. I'.Endmcii,
II. V. Il Vn t T'rlo !!, '
. 7 . - . -" "- -. .... ,,
--. - '"" ll'""l,H
I.ydla K. rinkham's Vegctnblo Com
pound, made from native roots and
berba. emifntna tin. tinrmtltn - 1.n-.n
fill drugs, and to-day holds the record
mi mo largest nuinuer 01 actual Ctire9
of female disease wo know of, and
flimtanfwla rf vnlnnl-tf ,.ul !.... I-I-
-v.um..,..j j ,u,i,,uij I. niiiiiuiiitUf
nre on llle In tlio I'ltikham laboratory
"i. i.j mi, iiiiiss., iroiii wuiueu w no liavb
been cured from utmost ovcry form of
female complaints, such ns Inflnintna
tlon, ulceration, displacements, fibroid
tumors, Irregularities, iierlodlo lalns,
backache, Indigestion and nerroui
prostration. Kvery suffering woman
ow cs It to herself to glvo Lydla T.. 1'ink
IianVs Vegetable Compound a trial.
If you want Hpeclnl ntlvlro write
MrH.I'Inlclium, l.j nu, ."Mass., forlt.
It Is froo nntl ulwayii helpful.
FROM OIL FIELD
flood refiorts from the oil fields have
beer, brought to Honolulu by I. I
Clark of the Norrls-MJdwny company.
who returned on. tho Wllhelniliin yes
terdny, having spent two months In
thf oil section. He left hem -March 31
Norrls-JIIdwny Is now nrrnnulng for
a combination drilling apparatus, nays
.Mr Clnrk, hnvlnc struck a sand for
nation Hint prevents the iisk of the
standard drill. A combination stnnc-
aril nnd rotary drill will bo used. The
drilling Ib very difficult, but the well
Is going down satisfactorily nnd Mr,
Clark Is enthusiastic over tho pros
pect. "Thnt whole section Is bringing In
well nfter well." he snld this morning,
"nnd not n dry well lias been recorded
to date unless tho boring wns crook
Iteports from the llelds nre th.if Hit
mnumn has struck oil nt n depth of
1200 feet, In section 35, 31-22, the grav
ity being better than 4li, but the yield
so fnr not nscertalned.
An oil bulletin from the Const brings
tho Information thnt Honolulu Consul
Idated have n well thnt guslic so hard
even thn presence of several lengths
of drill pipe left In the hnlo falls to
stop It. When workmen begnn remov
lnf the pipe, the oil nt onco geyscred
over the top of the derrick,
"News of big strikes may bo expect
ed nt nny time," said Clnrk this morn
ing, "ns tho drilling Is proceeding on
n number of wells that locnl jieople
nru Interested In "
(Ccnttnutd from Paaa 1)
tho growth nnd development of the
Conchclla Valley fnr a number of
years, nnd Is nt preint one of tho
principal growers and marketing
agents In tho valley. Ho owns nnd
controls tho la ;est Individual ncro
ogo of cotton pin ited near Conchella,
Ho bears the r.lst iicilnn of being tho
first man In thn valley to put down a
woll Into tho deeper strata of, wator
heretofore undovoloped, tho success of
which experiment has lesulled In tho
sinking of humorous Mich wells, which
glvo nn enormous flow of wator.
The government han Just complotcd
one for Its Indian wards near Indlo;
Starrett Is nWo promolor nnd princi
pal owner of tho Conchella water sys
tem. Ho Is horticultural Inspector In
this district, nnd has boon largely In
strumental In piuveiitlng thn bringing
III of Injurious Insects, and other
pests. . ,
Mr. Starrett Is expected to arrive
on tho slcrru, .Inly 7.
Armltage Is Promoted.
A ileserwd promotion has fallen to
Iho lot of A. II. Armltugo who for
homo time past has hen connected
with tho accounting Tirce nt Cnstle
and Coske Mr. Armltage hai been
tiansfcrred Io the shipping ilepail
ment nnd will assume Iho duties heni
Infiiio pel formed by Krntik Arm
strong, who not lakes oer tho posi
tion of cashier. .
LUi in tm t
f o' 'III
DRESS IN STYLE
Buy clothing that is
known clothing that is
dependable. Be sure to
get a make that has a
This is the most impor
tant feature for the man
who would dress in style.
This Store handles only
the best of everything.
Men come here for the
first arrivals, and de-
pend on our judgment.
DOWN A HAWAIIAN
Dnmtkoff, n subject of tho Cznr of
Itussln, was In Judge Monsarrut's
court room this morning, chnrged wlm
heedlesily riding a bicycle, which
KiiorKeii down a Hawaiian woman
named Jlr.i. Mnliukn. Shu wns so se
riously Injuied that II wns necessity
for some ono to escort her to Iho wit
ness stand. A special chair was pro
vlded for her.
According to tho story of the com
plaining witness. It appeared that sho
was Just getting oft a stieet car, in i
uka of Kawalahno church, when with
out uny warning, sho was struck bv
Domtkoff's bicycle, which happened
along In groat speed. Tho defendniit,
apparently did not think that Mrs.
Mnhuki was getting off the car. mil i I
It wns loo Into for htm to avoid llm
Tho court, nfter listening to the
story of the defendant, found him
guilty us charged, nnd sentenced hlui
to pny n Hue of five dollars mid rusts
of court. Ho was unrepresented In
court by attorney; but Mr, Martin
(Initio, who Is well known locally, act
ed us Interpreter for him.
riuIN Itcliirned Willi SrleulUts.
After bucking rontrury winds and
bens, the United StuteB levenuo cutter
Thetis returned from n special trip to
I-aysan Island, which roiiulred twelve
days to complete. On the outward
voyage the revenue cutter met with
exceedingly favorable, weather and
was less than four days In reaching
the bird Island. The Thetis returned
with a parly of scientists Including
Professor 11. It. 1)111, C. A. Corwln, a
scenic artist; lloruce Young and Clar
ence Albrecht. Speaking of tho trip,
Professor Dill suld: "We hud very
Successful trip nnd mado a fine col
lection of birds, probably the finest
over brought Into tho United Stales
nnd we also collected somn nests, eggs
and bushes to carry out the Idea of
reproducing Luymin Island In iniiilu
tuio In the Iowa University Museum."
The Thetis will now be prepared for
her crulso to tho Arctic, where sho
will Join the patrolling fleet of rove-
nuo cutters for tho summer.
lluforil (llien Mimical I'lirenell.
The United States army transport
Huforil with n lurgn number of olll
ce rs and enlisted men destined for
Philippine army posts, resumed Iho
nyugu to the Orient at noon today
The transport was visited by n dele
gation of local army folk prior to the
sailing The Hawaiian Hand played
a repertoire of papular and patriotic
airs, which wero received with much
t ftrHrHr ijBBHr m Br
I favor by the men who lined the rails
of thn steamer waiter Skllllcom, the
second assistant engineer In the llu
ford, who Is well known here, did nut
uLw...,,,.,. ,,,u tiiiiij.aniji lllflll Cail
I Francisco, It being currently reported
I that hu was soon to tako to himself a
,1, ,,, I . I, V flu. (pilllliullll. r- n 13 . ..
Hall In Hllh Kauai Sugar.
Tho Inter-Island steamer W. (I.
Hall, was nn early arrival this morn
ing with tho regulation r,:,oo sacks
sugar and her cargo also Included
llnee automobiles, one motor cycle
nnd 411 packages sundries. Tho Hall
will remain over until Friday evening
before sailing for n return to (lardeti
Sugar on Kauai.
Purser Ixignn of tlio steamer V. (I.
Hull, 1111 arrival nt the port this fil
ing, reports tho following sugnr
awaiting shipment on Knuitl: V. IC.
110(1; M. A. K Ill.Otr,; G & It., 80u;
Mel!., 34.r.0 1 : K. K. II., 2100; K H. M.,
CC70; K 1'., 1100; M 8. Co, COO0; I'.
I-, 13.473; 0 F, 70.-.4.
III I.O, Hawaii, June 12..'o
skating rink In tho Hlln Armory
on .Sunday night. Is the edict
which has gonu forth from tho
powers that be, anil no sooner
was the first clldor salllm-
smoothly over the floor than
Sheriff Pua's men went on hand
l llllll llllt llll end to llm lierr,irtn.
unco. Fddlo Fernandez, of llono-
lulu. Who Is wnrklm- will, llrr,. A
Werner, Is tho promoter of the
r ring ncro nnd will keep up tho
snoit on week ibivs. mmi Ir hu I
not allowed tho Sunday privilege.
v i no crowd which was on hand
on Sunday night was n verv Inrire
ono nnd extremely anxious to try
- rollers. a
GIRL COMES HERE TO
WED KAHULUI R. R. MAN
Mls Lulu H. Johnson, n crndunln nr
the ller.keley High Kelionl. class of 190(1.
and ibiugbter of Mr nnd Mrs Charles
M. Johnson of 2317 Carlton street, unit
ed for Honolulu nn the stenmsliln l.nr.
line today from Rnn Francisco. A week
Special Valuta In
DATHING SUITS. CAPS AND
I If It
luter he will becohio the wife ot Tbe
ndoro I,. McNeill. 31 former resilient of
lierl.clcy. now conneeted with the Ku
huliil Uiiilro.nl Cninp.iiiy.
Mls Johnson will l"i given In mar
riage by John (iulld. nu old friend of
Inr. falher. 1'he ceremony will take
place In Honolulu Aftir spoidliig a
few days here, the couple will go to
Maul, whire they will make their liuiiin
.McNeill left llerkeley n year ngo to
nccept n r-tiitllilt- posllloii nltli tho
K'alnilol roiiiiuiiiy He wus ciiipluycd
In llerkeley us nn engineer.
HAVE GARAGE ON MAUI
C J. Schoeiilng, the well-known und
Hell-liked uutoniobilii hisin, Is going
Into business for himself on MauL
"Charley" Is going to open a gnrago
ut Wullukii In connection with tho
garage he will ulsii be the sub-agent
for tho on Hnmm-Young company
und will look ufjer tho Interests of
the company on the Vulley Island.
Schoenlug bus many friends hero who
will help him to get tho tourist trudo
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 10, 1911.
From .10i30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
T J (Julnn to Annie Qulnn hh
Hunk of Iliiwnll Mil In K Colt
I lobroti iipi
Jordiiii A Sllva by High Slier to
AssiK-lnted Oarage Ltd Klier D
V t) Kukiiau mid wf to William
It Cnstlo i)
e.i oi u r iiisnnp ny trs to May u-i'S
K Ilrnwn d
lt ef II p lllshop by trs to May
IC Ilrnwn p
l.sl or lliorire n.i ini Hi lie lr m i :
l'nnblln 11 llrn.,n ,..
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Mny K Ilrnwn nnd list, to Unnk of
Honolulu Ltd j"t
Kiilnriinii 11 l,.lt n,..l .. r .. ti
.'. ,,,ni , ii, iKi.iiiu ri
Investmt Co Ltd M M
Entered for Record June 13, 1911.
From 830 a, m. to 1030 a. m.
Tong Put et nl to T Ilarada I,
. V Knlokiiokumalle und wf to 'M!
Lowell 13 AUlll I)
M Tiikhlm.i to William Hlllot .... I)
i.niiiHii unpin in Lillian V c tfH
1.-.1..I.I. l r ii...... .....i 1...1. ... i.
..'..i.,i i utiji-n iiiiii nun ill ,iii- '- ii
gull K Magulro I) " ,.!
Abigail K Mngulrn and lisb to First i
Trust Co of Hlln Ltd M
Kill milk I Idiul Cn Ltd to W M
Mlnton et nl Consent
Trent Trust Co Ltd. tr, to H Wn-
terhouse Tr Cn Ltd I) f
W (I Hcott nnd wf to Knlmukl I.inil
r-,. i ,,i tv
" i' wirii
Trent Trust Co Ltd. tr. to w l 'OT
Until ....s...t n
V I' Hnlli to Knlmukl Lnnd Co Ltd I)
Lucy 13 Jiiklns ami lisb to Knl
mukl Land Co Ltd I)
Cnnnid Uollmnnn nnd wf to Kn- 'J
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