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' EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II, MONDAY,-JULY 3,I9I1.
Jack Tar Show
PERFORMANCE TONIGHT, assisted by the MELNOTTE, TWINS and
CLAY SMITH, RYAN and RYAN, and WIRTH FAMILY.
8ATURDAY: .- .
1.(1 Aloha o. 3, 0. i:. S.
All Tlcltlne memliern of tao
Ordiir arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local todicee
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
mm mxwass k Aw.
4KEFICIAI. A?SIATIOM- eiationi cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every llrst aod third Thurs
days of each month Ht Knights ol
Pythias Hall. Vltdtlng brothers cor'
Ully Invited to attoud.
H. FOSTER, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. ot n.
I0N0LUT.U AIRES, HO, '. 0. E.
Moot on Hie 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evoulugs ir each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. o: P. Hatl. cornor
Brreunla, uud Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ire Invited to at
tend. ai:o a. davis w. p.
WM, C. McCOV, See.
P SONOLULU lOrCE, 016, B. P, 0. E.
Honolulu Unni No. (16, It. P. 0.
Clki, meets la their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
'nvlted to attend.
n. p. n. isHNniuia, ra. il
CI1X). T. KLUEOEL. Hoc.
VH. KoKINLEY LODGE. HO. 8,
r. of p.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Hcrotnnta. Visit
ing brother! cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KIMIKT, 0, (J. .
E. A. JACOIISON, K. ". S.
IHf GRtAT BtNJAMIN COMTOUND
New Stylish Hats
Summer styles in millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
EAT AT THE
I Cures the
Cvery thin a New ''8ervleei Excellent
the British Battleships, Challenger and Kent, will give a
First Performance starts at 7
FOURTH OF JULY
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Ball Is B'g Event.
In III" evening (lie hlg ovcn( Is tlio
trail In n given mi I he- roof pinion
of tlio Alcxainlcr Young Hole), with both
pavilions used for ilancliifr. Cnlitiiln
ltrrger's IniiiiI will play from 7:30 to
'J: nil, mill thru tlio (lancing will begin.
Preceding the dancing tliere will lo n
reception. Until thoicccptlon utiil the
liall are entirely Hilnrinal, unit It prom
hea tn bo "lie of the biggest events or
Its kind ever M'eii here. No lnvltiitloii.1
li.tve been sent out. . IJveri'body' Is Wel
come nnil thn'duncjligiwlii Msl lis tow
ns the dancers wish to keep It up.
Ill the receiving lino will ho Oovcrn-
or nnd Mrs. Frmr, Secretary and Jls,
Mott-Smltli. .ilnilr.il LuwIch unit Aim.
Cowlea, jltrlBailler-Ueiieral Mnuouih aifil
Mih. MlKjoiii", Uritlsli consul It. a. U.
Fnr'stW'jnd MrM Jorler, Optaln It.
I'ariiiiliar of tlio Hrltlsh cruiser Kent
mid Ouptaliit 'Haunt ot tlio ltrltlMi
The decorntluu committee, headed by
II. P Wood, reported today that every
merchuiit and huolncs.i Unit has prom
Iseil to decorate, unit somo began
tiiiugiiig up hiiiitlui; thin morning. Tho
bnll-iooui.i toniiirrnw night will ho dec
orated through tho courtesy of Admlrnt
i'iihIcs of tho naval station mid thu
commanders of tho Itrltlsh cruhiers
Kent mid Challenger. All havo olTer-
etl tho iiso of tl.igs mid colorH of vari
Naval Salutes. '
It will bn u tuihiiio celebration In
view of the nationalities that will take
part. At noon tlio naval station can
non will boom forth a saluto ot twen-ty-iuio
gnus and tho llrlttsh cruisers
will reply In llkn nuniber, it rare, nml
notable Interchange of courtesy. And
tho celebration tomorrow will bo p.ir-
tli'liintcd In by tho liinutnrrtihln na-
tlonalllloN represented In Honolulu,
Red Men's Exercises. JV
During tlio forenoon tho patriotic
exercises will bo given under tho aus
pices of Hawaiian Trllio No. 1, Im
proved Order of Ucd Men, nt the Hu
wnllan Opera House, at 10 o'clock, and
tho program will bo substantially ns
heretofore announced, with tho excep
tion that, owing to the regrottnblo Ill
ness of Mrs. llriiee Me.V, Mnckall, tho
third and sixth numbers on tho pro-'
gram will bo rendered by Mrs. Charles!
H. Weight. Hawaiian Trlho desires til
express Its appreciation of and gnitt
tiido for tho courtesy and kindness of
Mrs. Weight, lit thus tendering her
valuable cervices, at tlio eleventh liourj
will. nut opportunity for prcpuratlnn or
rehearsal. Tlio tiibo and Its members
ninro thoroughly appreciate tho Uiiul
nesn shoitn itud tho cuurtesy extenfled
because of tho fact th.'lt Mrs. Weight
Is n daughter of Hawaii nel, mul her
attitude Is expresolvn of tho patriotism
and oplrlt of lnyn.lt y for our .common
country nnlmallnB and pervndlng all
tho sons and daughters ot Hawaii.
Interest In Polo.
Tlnro Is great Interest being taken
u tho llrst poh f tho seiiMiu, which
will bn played at Mnonalua tomorrow.
Tho gamo starts at threo and both
teams will bo In lino form.
Tho Oaliu four will bo Walter Dil
lingham, U. Khlnulo, (1. ,lcnlnu and
II. Atkinson, wlilln tho Fifth Cnvalry
will litivp Captain Fnrsylli and I,leu
teunuts f)onk, Hanson and Qiickemeyer
In tho sndille.
Mentenant O'Connor will referee,
with J, T. Walker nml Lieutenant
llunio ns timekeepers, Tho goalkeep
ers will bo Lieutenant Focrstvr utid U.
Tho tickets aro 51 and can bo'so
curi'il at a number or stores In town
or rii tlio field tomorrow',
(l.ito permits will bn given to most
of tho soldiers anil marlneti t wishing
them ut tho various forts nnd stations
so that they may enjoy tho celebrntlou
nn,d jsjiorlM ,'1. Honolulu tomorrow,
J AH oYthecavnlrV' that ca'necO.awny
)! II I, il MM III I ' III" II 'm flU'lrtf
Personal attention to all orders,
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. II. Love)
Glass Bottom Ships Means Greater
An Invention for covering Blilps'
bottoms with glass with n view to r,c
curlng. greater sliced and a saving In
coal consumption haa heon patjOiiteii
In Fngland. Arraugvnientii huvo til
icinly licen mailo for tosllug tho prac
trcalilllty of tlio proccsi! on an ticrnii
Mr.' P, F. Linton, of .Messra. II. V.
jovi ami Co., Leadenhiill-sttect, K. (,.,
who has hought the right of the in
vcniiijn, in explaining .iiio new pro-
"ThcudvanlnKoit of the patent, It
tho claims prove to ho tt tic. arc obvi
ous. KuppoEO a Rhlp of (1,300 tona
gross tonnage wdjli a speed, when
clean, ot fourteen knots per hour
biiriut seventy tons of coal a day. Aft
er six months at sea tlio coal con
sumption will Increase ery largely
mill about the tentli .month It will
cost IK) tuna per day to gho the
same spepd owing tn tho growth of
barnacles on (ho bottom. It Is thorn
foro cheaper to dock tlio ship at leant
once In every s months,
J'The patenleo claims that tho co-jf
of placing Hie glass platen on tho rca
covcred bottom will not oxeecd two
coatings of paint. Tlio system has
already been tried on n small electric
launch with very iiatlfcfactory results,
and In tho near future an experiment
will lio tried with it hlg ocean-going
Hldantcr." Hongkong Telegraph.
Alaskan In a Day Ahead of Schedtil:.
Stcmrilni: Into port a dny ahead of
Iter regular nehediile, Iho American
Hawaiian freighter Alaskan, wllli .
miautlty of general cargo from Hid
Kntit coast or tho United Stales by
tho way or iho Isthmus of Tcliuniitc
pec, San Francisco, Seattle and To-
coma, was an arrival this morning
after nit eight, i(.iy trip down from tlio
The Alaskan went to tho Hallway
v.iiarf to dlschargo and will he dip
patched for Island liorts Including
Kaanapall, Knhului and Port Allen,
thu latter part or Iho wcok. Tl'h
Alaskan M load ini;ir dcstliicd for
will lio ut tho polo groliuds'to root for
theh own team, hodng they can help
(ho sipiad bring tho "bacon" hack to
At noon sharp toinorrow tho big guns
of tho fortK nnd navnl station will Join
In n hlg hooiulng salute In honor of Iho
great Indcppiiilenoo holiday, Tho Itrlt
lsh cruisers Challenger nml Kent will
nlso pay thu United fetates homage by
returning tho navnl station saluto with
twenty big booms fniui their canuonu'
Tho marine band will render rous
ing BikdliMl'j Tor the inlluillo spor,tu ut
Hid naval ilncioi from s (o t,
itT ' M i ' i,
W.C, Peacock & Co., Hi
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquor Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont rtouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
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t - ''
Lurllnc Sailing from tlackfekt Wharf,
Fiom llackrcld wliarf, tlio Mntson
Navigation Kteamcr Liiiline with Ti
cabin and fl -nleerago passengcrM will
sail for Han Francisco, tho dupaVturo
being scheduled for nix o'ehick tills
Tho LurlhiCiiTcoUcd n. coiislgiimcnt,
of one thousand toui molasses wlilln
at Kaliiiliii. This vessol has been
supplied wllli a iuanllt) nt sugar at
llctiojuhi and in departing fur tho
eoatt tlio steamer will nlso carry
rlilpmentH of canned pineapples and
, u.Mau.,r Heir llergcr and -Ills
Huwnllan hand hoys arc expected will
no piercut and n inuulcal send-off ht
pn'inlcd. The Lurliun will carry a
large mall for tho mainland. '
Pcrola Tomorrow Afternoon.
Fourth tit July will ho far from a
day of rest along Honolulu's water
front. Tho Pacific Mall steamer Per
sia has bcciihcard from Mi rough
wlrolcss to flio effect that tho vessel
Is duo to arrlvo from San Francisco
tin or about two o'clock Tuesday
afternoon. When reported, tho Per
sia wau C2ti miles off tho. port, and all
well on board. Tho Persia goes to
Alakca wharf. TlicrO la no cargo for
Kauai Sugar Awaiting Shipment.
Sugar leporled ua awaiting ship
ment on Kauai Includes tlio following
consignments: according to Purser l.o-
ngn of tlio steamer Hall: M. A. K.
-i.t! i.::, (i. ,i . :'30, Men. 3fi,8'j:i, k.
K. 11. HSriO, K, P. 13.S00, M. 8. CO.
0MP. K. S, L'o. iSOO, P. L. 1333, (I, I
Newsboy l.i On the List.
Tlio American nchooncr Newsboy,
wllli a full shipment of lumber from
l'oit (Limbic. Ik on tho list to ariho
at Honolulu within n few weeks. This
vessel cleared front thu Wnuhliigton
Fuel Oil for the Islands.
The Anicrlran tililp Marlon Cliilcnlt,
with fuel oil for Unwiillan isliiud mrtv
l and consigned to iho Associated Oil
Company left Jlnvloja on last Satur
day according to cables received here.
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED I
Per rtinr W. O. Ilnll, from Kauai
roits, July 2. J. P. Cooko. M. It.
Goodwin, I'uda, K, Imannkn, Miss S
Taliiiliiiahl, Veu Bong, Alt 1-iu, Mrs.
Per r.ttiir. .Llkcllko, from Maul and
Moloknl ports r.I, Itoh, J. Meyer,
Miss A. Corrca, Helen tinrrcn, J. Vln
tent, Mity Alann,, M. Alalia, T. Cjiong,
II. V, Trovonoii, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. N,
Numiit nnd 20 deck.
Tho lllslmi) Mtiiitjinn .will ho cloaod
ail day tomorrow, tlui Fourth of July.
Vf r y,.
Saillnu On the Fourth.
Dwpllo tomorrow bcltiR rf legal holl
dny, tho liitcr-islniiil ConiiKity will
dispatch several atcamoni tm rcgulnV
('licdtilo, Tho Llkellko will again
no nut mi tlio Mlkahnia run t Mnul,
Mplokhl mid LaimKnort lcnllig her
wharf at llvo o'clock, .Tho Inuna
Kca, Is today receiving freight ilov
lined for 1IIU and, wtiy ports and Is
iidvcttlscit Jo sail nt Ion' o'clock tn
innrrmv .morning, Tlio Jtninm Ku.t
will also carry, n largo number of
cahltt ttnd deck passengers, For Kan-
Lnl ports, tho old reliable, liner Klnaii
Is Inking on shlpmcnja .of fcHlllzor
nnd lutulier and is Mdicdii cd for .(c-
paiuiioni o ocioeu. i no iinernsiaiiii
has Iraiicd it general notification to
(lio effect that no froight will ho re
ceived at any .of (ta wharves lomorJ
Old Timer Retires.
Having crosEcd Iho Atlantic 912
times, .Mr. J, W.( Alexandcrrhlef en
gineer of tho Oceanic, and tliO senior
chief engineer In the Vhlto Star Com
pany's service has Just retired. It U
his proud boast that, during tho 3Mi
yenraiof his scafiirlng llfo he tuts nev
er tnlsaOd it voyago. Tho wholo tif his
seafaring career .has been spent in
iiBfiocliilinn with tho Whlto Btur licet.
Ho Is n imtlvp of Dundee, mid hns
Just completed his 5!!h year. It ia
computed thnt he has.travolcd no few
er than three million miles nt sea.
Curiously cnqiigh, Mr. .Aloxuiulcr
commenced nnd ended IiIb Bcafarlng
career In vcssola mimed Oceanic.
Massachusetts Sailing Tonight.
Ocneral Frclslit Agent C. P, lorco
of tho Amerlcnii-Huwnllau lino will
dispatch tlio freighter Massachusetts
for Kaanapall, Knhului and Hllo this
ovpiilng. The big steamship hits been
laying nt the rallioud wharf for sev
eral days wlicrn some four Ihousand
tons sugary have hco nloadcd. Tho
Massachusetts Is expected will sntl
from Hllo on July 11th taking from
thcao Islands approximately eleven
thousand tons sugnr. Tho cargo Is
destined for nelawaro Hrcakwnter,
tlio vessel proceeding io Iho Hast
coast by tho wity of Iho Straits of
Sheridan Due, Tuesday Afternoon,
Tlio United Stntea army transport
will In nil probability ho a Fourth .of
July arrival. Tia vessel lg enrnuto
from Mntilla for San Francisco and Is
hearing it full compliment of ofllcoiH
and onllbleil men (n tho mainland
Tho Sheridan called nt Nagns:!l
wlioro several thousand tons coal worn
taken on hoard. Tho Sheridan will ho
given it mail destined for thu main
laud nml Iho vesso) will probably be
dispatched for San Francisco on Iho
morning of July nth.
Persia Taking Few Layover Passcn
Tho I'aclllo Mall liner Persia duo
to urrlvo from San Francisco on or
nboiit one o'clock tomorrow itflcrnoou
will take n few layover passengers to!
Japan and China ports'. According to
Iho present oaleiilntlohti of II. llaek-
fold mid (kimii'niv. Ilm local neeiita
iho' Persia will bo dispatched for tho
Orient about (eh o'clock Wednesday,
Llkcllko Freight List.
Freight for Honolulu nt'iivlng from
Mnul, Moloknl and Lanal porta'ln Ihu
ttcanier Llkcllko on Sunday" Included
300 malermeintiR, 70 bales lildr-B, SO.cd Krnger. "In frumlng up tho how
crates clilrltcns, 1 horso,vri2 hogs, 8S
Backs potatoes, 21 sacks I urn, Hi car-
cassca million, 2ft cases iionoy mid 2l,drcd dollars to this department. Tho
packages sundries. Tho Llkcllko
brought 11 ralr list of cnblri and doclV
Freight for Hawaii.
Thero Is oonsfdcrithlo freight ami
r.uppllcs offered tho Inter-Island
steitmer Wailelo, iiovv oh tlio berth,
for dispatch for UawallMiorfa of call.
Including, Kawnlhtio and Mnliukoua.
Tills evel in scheduled to ilopntt at
mo nciocK tills ovenlng., jrho..Yul-i
lelo docs not carry passougcrs. '
All Tickets Will
Sunday, July I,
Maui, Moloknl and Uinal porta
Likcllkc, Rtnir., a. ui.
Kunal potts W. O. Hall, Etnir.,
m. I ' '
Kauai ports Nlllmii, trlmr., n. m.
Per P, M. S. 8. Persia for Japan
purls and Hongkong It, Dustaii, Mrs.
II, ml.,,, t, I n,.ltt,tn K !..,. ,!.....
.,-. .,,. Ki,miI fnr K,,n. -,,
.,,,. 4.Ml.3. K A ,,. oaBi M,BS (!
,,ofB!lil.l,i nr()l(1 M,cIlcnck Wl
,,.., , Wllcox. A. II K. v,. Holt.
J, A. Akina, H. Molt-Smlth, (leo. U
Fuller, K. Mnlt-Sinllh, O.J2lston, M,
Klslon, Miss Millard, Miss Phlniicyi
K. Stowart, Mrs. E, M, II", Mrs. JnO.
Dmighcrly, J. A, J)lrriii,
Per Btmr. Mtknhan, for Mnnl nnd
Moloknl porls, July I. Miss Moyor,
-A. V. Hayes, Miss I). Orlillcr, Mica
M. Clark, C. P. Dodg'o.
IN FOREIQoi PORTS.
Saturday, July 1.
SAN FIlANCI8CO-.luly 1, 12 m:
Sailed, 8. S. Sierra, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA July 1: Sailed, Ship M,
K. Chilcott, for lloiiolulti.
YOKOHAMA July 1: Arrived. S. H
America Mnrit, hence, Juno 2ft,
OAVIOTA July 1:. Arrived. S. S.
Santn Rlln, hciico Juno 21,
Honolulan at Kahulul on Wednesday,
According to be present calcula
tions of Cadnn Dennett, master of
ho MutBpn Navigation steamer Hono-,
lulnn, thnt vessel will nrrvo at Kn-(
li it till. Maul, on Wednesday morning,
there (o land If. P. Ilhldwin, Ilm
"Sugar King" of II19 Valley Isle. Mr.
Italdwln has been cctioiisly III1 on the
const nnd lie la returning to his home
at MnknWnn. Tho Hnnnlulnn will
then proceed to Honolulu, reaching
this port early Thursday morning. In
addition In 11 good sized freight, the
steamer la bringing 17 paasengcra and
73 nnrka of mainland nml!.
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President Mntt-Hinllh of the Hoard
or Health also slated this morning that
ho was an advocate of tho proposed
system, slating that It will go n long
way, taken In conjunction with tho
other Improvements planned, In assur
ing the betterment ot tlio mmltury con
ditions of (ho city.
"Wo simply Tuivn't gol (ho money (o
enable, us to conduct thu garh.fgo do
partment of this city without tho col
lection, of, a situill fee from tin) house
(hnlrman Krnger of tho clfy nnd
county committee on sanitation nnd
health advanced' this reason this morn
i hie wben linked by n II it 1 1 0 1 1 n roll
resentntlvo If, In his opinion, tho inn-
iilcii governnienPcould afford to nt
tend to tho collection and disposal of
fiirlmge without cost to the residents
of tho clfy.
"Tho garbage department ,1s, tinder
nit) present miinagemcnt, using lour-
I Icon hundred dollars u month," Insist-
npproirlnil"ii bllf, wo fnijnd thnt wo
could turn aver nn additional two bull
latter sum Is to lio used to place the
wugon and other equipment belonging
to that department In good working
condition again. Our wagons ore In
a frightful state. They all need a gon
dii I overhauling nnd repairing. Somo
of them havo been found unlit for fur-
It's Out of the Question.
"It's mil of the question, unless there
Is found a way whereby tho city nnd
county can recelvu.annddltlpnaLsum
through Hioj luip'osltlonTbf S special
are again obtain
able in all sizes
As Good as
"THE HOUSE OF STAPLES"
tax.t , I i ' '
Tlic nddltlounltWo hundred dollars
that wo havo appropriated for the gar
bage department Is to ho devoted sole
ly to placing tho equipment on itinera
sntlufnclory brtsls. Wo find that wo
Mmuld havo 0110 or more mutes. Somo
or the animals can no longer servo
tlio purpose for which they nro In
Chairman Krnger further Hinted thnt
tho department us now "conducted was
on it paying basis, but believed that It
n free (.ystcin were Inaugurated 11 much
larger territory would have to ho cov
ered, which could not lio dolio within
the ninotint now at tho disposal of tho
"I hardly fnvor the free collection of
gartugn for tills city, even If funds bo
provided by (lio Imposition of it special
lax," stated Supervisor McClellan, nnd
a member of (ho committee on sanita
tion iinriicnlth, (his morning.
"I do belle vo In n free sewer system,
however. This, t feel, would work out
to (he bonellt of the community at
Inrgo. I am r Iho opinion thai, were
(lis garbage of the city collected nnd
disposed of without cost (o (ho property-owners
or residents, thero. would
be many nbusei of Iho system.
"i nnf certain ihnt vo would requlro
an equipment of many times tho slzo
tjnit which wo now use In conducting
the work of (lio department. Han
Frilntiscn has tho sort of system with
which I 11111 most familiar. There, its
I undersfand It, 11. feo of 2C ecnls 11
week Is collected, nnd II16 vork Is con
ducted through private concerns or
contractors. It appears to work out
real well from 11 llnnnelal its well n
sanitary point of view."
Might Apply to Poorer Districts.
"I do believe that some, arrangement
might he ihnde whereby garbage from
tlstrlcts Inhabited by tho poorer classes
of tho city could bo collected free of
charge. This might not entail n much
greater expense to tho local govern
"Thero nro many people wlo always
wan I something fnr nothing.- If wo
Introduced 11 system of freo collection
of gnrlMge, I believe that we' would
llnd nil mrls of rubbish foisted upon
the suinvcnger wagons, including tho
refuse from cleaning by yard boys,
trimmings of trees, old grass, dirt unit
.McClellan' continued tho, statement
niitdo by Chairman Krnger that tho
present .equipment of' tho city gnrhago
department was in need of extensive
repair or additions. flo stated thnt
tho board, had appropriated nn addi
tional two hundred dollars a month
for this special purpose. .
"I bcllcvo Jtlutt Io conduct un abso
lutely .,frro garbage scrylco ,lt would
cost tho cits' nnd county between
thlrty-llvo and Jorjy thousand dollars
Teniporatures G it. m;, 74 ; 8 -it. m.,
7il; io a. m,, 80; noon, 79; iflornlng
Ilarometer, 8 . ui., 30.0.1; iihsoluto
humidity 8,n. in.; '0.H8U grnlna1" por
cubic foot; rolutivo'huinldlty, 8,11, m.,
03 per cent; dew point, 8 11. m., 03.
Wind ti a. in., velocity 0. direction
t N. E.j 8 n. in., velocity 0, direction
. ,rc.; io n. in., velocity 7, direction
N. E. 10 a., 111., velocity 7, direction
N. K. noon, velocity 10, direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hours onded 8 u.
in., .01 .Inch. ' , ..
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at: noon, 219 mllea.
Jilt. ANH M11S. W. K. DEVEItEUX
nro stopping at tho Young, having re
turned from tholr trip to tho hlg
JAMES (11111! Is now on his way to
pay a. visit to. his, old, home , In Scot
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