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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1903.
No. 45.
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PUIIl.ISHKI) KVKRV I'RIIJAV
Officii, kind Struut, IIilu, Hawaii.
Tkiruni; 1iuck.
Hllo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
Publisher ami I'roprlctorv I
President C. 0. Kknnkdv
Vlce-1'renltlent K E. Kiciiaki i
Secretary-! reniurer I,. W. Hawortii
Auditor A. K. Sutton
Director Opo. S. McKtiziK, 1). W. Marsh
Advertisements junccomiii!cl lv specific
inunction. Inierted until ordered out.
AdvcrlWeraetiliiill.cnmlmied before expiration ,
of peciGed tierlod will tw charged t If con- i
tlnued Tor lull term.
Addres all cominuuicntioni either to the
ltdltorialor limine" Department of Tim Hilo
Thimunk I'uhi.miiino Company. I
riiecolumnaotTlli: Hilo rMiiUNh are ilwy
spen to communication on nubiect within the ,
cope of the paper. To receive proper intention,
each article must be signed by It author. The
name, when limited, will be held confidential.
Tiik llll.o Tkiiiunk i not rcrpoiullile Tor tlu
opinion or tatemeut of correspondent!!.
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ATTOKXKVS-AT.li.lW.
Wise & Ross,
ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW
Will practice in all Court of the Territory, and
the Supreme Court of the United State.
Office: Tkiiiunk Huii.di.nc;,
Bridge Street. 1III.O. HAWAII
C. M. I.KM.ONI)
W. II. SMITH
LeBlond & Smith
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Hawailau, Japanese, and Chinese Iuteruttcra,
and Notary Public in Office.
Office: SKVKKANCK llUII.IlING,
Opposite Court House, HILO, HAWAII j
J. CASTI.K RlDttWAV TlIOS. C. RlIlOWAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
ATTOKNl'.YSATI.Att
solicitor of Patent General I.aw Practice
III 1.0, HAWAII.
Notary l'ublic in Office.
Ol'l'ICH : Walanuenue and llridc Street.
1'HYSICIANS.
Milton Rice, M. D.
Physician and Surgkon
Office, Wniauuenue St.
Hours, 8:3010 10:30 a. M.; 2-4 and 7:30
to 8:30 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m.
UKAL ESTATE, ETC.
I. E. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
Wuiumietiue St.
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DENTISTS.
Hilo, Hawaii
M. Wachs, D. D. S
DKNTIST
Office Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 4.
HILO, HAWAII
M. M. Springer
STEXOUKAPHUK AND
TYPEWKITEK
Willi WISE 4 koss
TELEPHONE 210
HOW TO MAKE MONEY.
We offer you on investment guaranteed
two Trust Companies. It may make
you rich. This is no scheme or fake.
Send 2 00 for INVKSTMI5NTCKRTIFI
CATK. If you are not satisfied upon in
vestigation we give you your money back.
WKLTNKR & DUNN, Fiscal Agents,
60 llroadway, New York.
A. H. JACKSON
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
AGUNT FOR NF.W YORK LIFK
WAIANUKNUK STRF.KT. HILO
ICHTAHUISlllCn 1N5H.
BISHOP & CO. J
Bankers.
Honolulu - - Oahu, II. I.
Transact u General Hanking mid F.x
change business
Commercial mid Traveller's Letters of
Credit issued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
eutiusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as' Deposits, Collections
lusuruuee or requests for Hxchauge.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
TIME TABLE
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trulns, Kxcept Sunday.
!
A.M. l'.M.
STATIONS
A.M
l'.M.
6:00
5:30
5!5
5:00
4:4s
7:30' 3:00
7:S. 3:W
8:ti0 340
lv Hllo nr
9:30
9:10
9:00
ir...Otaa Mill...nr
nr kcaait nr
nr... Ferntlalc...ar
8:15 4:00
8:30 4:30
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8:30,
A.M. P.M. .SUNDAY
A.M. ' P.M.
':.V 5:30
10:10 5:10
8:00 3130'lv Hilo nr
8:20
8:30,
8:45
3:50 ir...Ulnn Mill...ar
4:00 ar......kcaau ar
10:00, :co
4:15 nr... I-crndalc ...nr
9M5
4:45
9:00; 4:30
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9:30
4:30
P.M.
3:50
3:3"
3:O0
2 jo
2-20
2:00
P.M.
4:50
4:30
4:00
3:40
3. ao
3:00
A.M.' FOR PUNA
10:30 lv llllo nr
10:50 ar...O!aa Mill...ar
11:20 nr..Pnhoa J linear
12:40 nr ranoa nr
12:00 ar..Paho.i Juiic.nr
12:20 ar rutin lv
A.M Sunday.
9:00 lv Hllo nr
9:20 nr...0lan Mill...nr
10:05 nr..Pahoa June.
10:25 ar P.ilioa nr
10:45 ar..P.ilioa Jniic.ar I
11-05 ar Puna lv I
Excursion tickets between nil points
arc sold 011 Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
noon.
Coitiiuutatioti tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, mid
thousand mile tickets arc sold at very
low rates.
V. II. LAMHKRT,
Superintendent.
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HILO
HAVF. NOW A FLKF.T OF
Gasoline Launches
and Small Boats
I FOR PUIIMC IIIRK
I Passengers mid baggage taken to mid
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowboats to hire
I for private picnics mid moonlight rides.
! RING UP ON TELEPHONE
AGF.Nl'S FOR
... f , ,, p ,
wolverine Gasoline Engine
1 Self-starter and reversible engine. In
j practicability it is equal to the steam en
I giue. Sizes from li h. p. upwards.
1 Iloats Pitted with this engine or frames ot
. any size to order. For particulars apply
1 to R. A. LUCAS, Malinger.
. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
i Sugar Factors,
Commission Agents.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
I Baldwin Locomotives,
, Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
! and Coffee Fertilizers.
NI'.W VOKK
SAN I'RANCISCO
HONOLULU
m. S.
& CO.,
LIMITP.D
BROKERS and COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
...PIRF. INSL'RANCK...
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Cigars
uuii iiiuauuij. nj'L'Liiii luiciiuuii given
to consignments of colfee ami sugar.
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SPICES J
Many who read this advertisement
li.ive never seen any PURE
BLACK PEPPER. .In its
pure state it is a most pleasing,
fragrant, pungent condiment, but
the article commonly sold a little
black pepper and a lot of roasted
peanut shells, cannot appeal toauy
one. Our PEPPER comes in
15c. 25c, 40c and 75c tins, and it
m
ST
speak of Red I'epper, White 1'ep.
i per, Kuglish Mustard, Leaf Sage,
i Allspice, etc. In the meantime we
Swaut to show you the goods at our
store.
j The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
t Hilo, Hawaii
w
!wiu DC a lesson lo you to try a tin 4 aKea ma Ka Hale Ilookolokolo ma Houo-
of it and learu how little you have 1 k"" Huuuii, ma k Poaouo la 26 o Sepa-1
known of Rl APIf PPPQPR f tantab.i, 1903, bora 12 nwukci.
known of BLACK PEPPER. 0 k(l wnwn , IW,ko () ,w monik
111 iimut: uuviTiidin:iiu,wc win ' la penei ke killlikllll alia: O kela iitiumi
BY AUTHORITY
NOTICE.
Mr. John Mnnn has thii day been ap
pointed Mnrkct Keeper for the town of
Hllo, Island of Hawaii.
IIKNRY K. COOPF.R.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, I903. 44.3
LEGAL NOTICES.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii. 17. S. A.
In PnoiiATK At Chamiii'.ks.
In the matter of the Instate of JOSE
GOMISS JARDINF.. deceased.
Petition hnviug been filed by the Ad
ministrator of the nbove estate, praying
that an order tuny be issued to him to sell
the renl estate ofsaid estate to pay the
debts mid expenses of the said estnte,
Notice is hereby given that Tuesday,
the 22nd day of September, at 9 o'clock
a. m. nt the Court room of the Fourth
Circuit Court, at Hilo, Hawaii, is ap
pointed the time mid place of hearing
said petition, when nil persons interested
in said estate may appear nud show cause
if any they have, why the prayer ol Slid
petition should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, Aug. 25, 1903.
Hy the Court:
DANIIJL PORTIJR, Clerk,
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for Administrator. 43-3
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
In Proiiatic At Chamhuks.
In the. nutter of the Guardianship of
IIKNRY NAKAPUAHI, a minor, of
Hilo, Island and Territory of Hawaii.
The petition of Mrs. Makalekn R. Na-
kapuahi Lo, the guardian of the nbove
named minor, wherein the asks for an
order of sale of certain real estate, in
which said minor owns an undivided in
terest, being half of 8.50 acres of land
situate at Paauilo, Haiiiakua, Hawaii, mid
a portion of "R. P. Grant No. 2221, and
wherein she sets forth certain reasons
why such real estate should be sold and
the proceeds otherwise invested, having
been filed,
Notice is hereby given that Tuesday,
the 15th day of September, A. D, 1903, ol
9 o'clock n. 111.. ut the Court House of
South Hilo, Hawaii, be, mid is hereby
appointed the time and place for the
hearing of said petition, when mid where
the next of kiu of said ward and all per
sons interested in said estate, may appear. J
tl.l.l altr.l.. . I... II ft.... .l.na. I.na.n ...1... "'
...ill niiun -.iiia, 11 tiii 11II.J uutl, 11J
the prayers of said petition should not be
grained.
Hilo, Hawaii, August 15, 1903,
Hy the Court:
42-4 DANIKL PORTIJR, Clerk.
Mortgagee's Notice ol' In
tention to Foreclose
and ol" Sale.
In accordance with the provisions of a
certain mortgage made by Jose M. Fereira
and Maria I. '.. Fereira. his wife, of Ho-
I uokaa, Haiuakua, Island of Hawaii, to A.
11. Lindsay ot said Houokaa, dated June
18th, A. D. 1898, and recorded in the Reg
ister Office, Oahu, H, T., in Liber 180 on
pages 170 to 172, notice is hereby given
thut the said A. It. Lindsay, mortgagee,
intends to foreclose the said mortgage for
condition broken, to-wit: non payment
of the principal and interest when due.
Notice is also hereby given that the
nroiertv covered bv said tnortvnirc will
be sold at public auction to the highest
til.li!...- n, ii... r.n.t.i irA 1.. t.i Tt
.......v. 4.1 mi,- V.HU11 iiuiiu- ill aaiu iiuuo-
kaa, Hawaii, on Saturday the 26th day of
September, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon.
1 1 lie property covered by said mort
I gage is described as follows. All that
1 certain piece or parcel of land situate in
Kaapahu, Hamaktia, aforesaid, r.ud being
the premises described in Lot 14 of Gov
1 eminent Homestead mip No. 3, contain
ing 1 91 acres, together with ull improve-
Terms, Casli
Deeds at expense of
purchaser.
A. II. LINDSAY,
Mortgagee.
For further particulars opply to
CHARLF.S WILLIAMS,
iMiorucy lor Mortgagee.
Houokaa, Hawaii, Aug. 28th, 1903.
44-3
HooIaUa Hooko o ka Mo
raki a me ke Iuiiti.
I kulike ai me nn olelo o ka hooko ana
o kekahi moraki i liana ia e Jose M.
Fereira a me Maria J. ,. Fereira, kona
wahine mare, 110 Houokaa, Haiuakua,
Mokupuni o Hawaii, ia A. II. Lindsay o
Houokaa i oleloiii. i liana in nm l-n In iK
o tune. M. II. 1808. a i WaL-an L-r.i.,.i,i ,,
?.iKc.Zu Knknu Kopc mni a,,,,M' " T," ! Ill the event of a declaration of war . tlorf A:s,l,?r' ,le Anglicized Ameri
mike 180 aoao 170 a 172, ke hoolaha ia 1 . ,, . i can millionaire, has contributed a
iiKii nei Ka lone kc iiiaKeinane ne! o A.
.u.i,!:!3:.t!,,r .V"'V':,0"w:. .V""..:
umi 1 mi milium in, u Ml IIIIIIKI ia o Ke
1 ue-like, oia ka hookaa ole ia ka kuiuup.ia
11 me ka uku panee i ka wii e hookaa ai.
Ke hoolaha la aku uei ka lobe i 11a mea
upau, o ka waiwat 1 p.ia maloko o 11a mo -
raki la, e ktiai ia aku ana ma ka kudala
...... . .... ....,,.. .... ,au m Mlllini 1(1 Vf iv
ue-like, oia ka hookaa ole ia ka kuiuup.ia
11I lid a pan loa e waiho la ma Kaupdliti,
Haiuakua, a oia ka apaua heltt 14 o ka
l'alapala Ana Aina helu 3, o 11a Home
liilii o ke Atipuni, 11011.1 ka ili he 19J4
eka, me 11a liana lion.
Ddla kuike. Na uku liana palap.ila i
ka tucae liloai.
A. It. LINDSAY,
Mea paa Moraki.
No mi mea aku i koe, e niiiau ia,
CHARLICS WILLIAMS,
Loio no kit Men pan Moraki.
Houokaa, Augate 28, 1903. 44.3
I'uti: uoxiis sr.iii..
At n
Sharp Aihnnrc Over
II rM
Price Fixed.
Honolulu, Sept. 5. Fifteen fire
claims bonds were sold nt public
auction by J. F. Morgan, Thursday
for 97. This is the highest price
so far obtained for the bonds, but
it is predicted that the bonds will
still sell at par in Honolulu. The
fifteen $1,000 bonds were purchased
by Harry Armitage after spirited
bidding. The bidding was started
at 95 and went by halves to 97, nt
which they were knocked down to
Armitage.
The last sale of fire claims bonds
was at 96, also at auction, the pur
chaser being E. Faxon Bishop of
Brewer & Co. When the fire
claimants were so anxious to get at
the million dollars brought by
Treasurer Agent MacLcunau a few
months' ago, they made a deal with
several of the banks by which the
bulk of the bonds were purchased
at 90. Even at that figure the
banking concerns were reported as
reluctant to take the bonds, but
now it is said that they would j"ust
as soon have the entire issue at a
considerably higher fu-it re. There
are still bonds to the utnount of
$57,000 in the hands of the govern
ment and it is predicted that if they
arc held much longer 1111 offer at
par may be forthcoming.
War Is Curtain.
Constantinople, Turkey, Sept. 5.
It is now generally conceded that
war between Turkey and Bulgaria
is inevitable. A revised ultimatum
is ready for transmission and its re
ceipt is regarded as the signal for
the beginning of hostilities. The
i urkisli newspapers have taken an
increasingly inflammatory attitude
and the whole country is so thor
oughly stirred that a general out
break is feared at any time.
The Porte, fully realizing the
seriousness of the situation, has in -
formed the Powers that it cannot Convention is as follows:
guarantee the safety cf the foreign 1?irst 1'recinct (North Kohala)
legations. The fanatical people are n- r- Holsteiu, 69; Geo. P. Tul
stirred to the highest pitch of ex-loclli Gl E. A. Preiser, 60; C. II.
citement. Pulaa, 59; II. II. Kenton, 51; Ed-
Paris, France, Sept. 5. It is al-' ward Quiii, 47; John Hind, 46; W.
leged that the French Government Mersberg, 45; John Lewis, 44; D.
has entered into an agreement with ' S. Knhookauo, 44.
Russia to aid Bulgaria in the com-1 Second Precinct (Waimea, South
ing conflict with Turkey. Kohala) Samuel Pue and J. W.
Berlin, Germany, Sept. 5. The Kawai.
rumor is published
1
in German
newspapers that Turkish troops
have already crossed the Bulgarian
border.
London, England, Sept. 5. In
the British diplomatic circles there
is activity pointing to intervention
of European Powers to prevent war
between Turkey and Bulgaria.
The British statesmen fear the ag
gressive policy of Russia and its
known readiness to assist Bulgaria
should the opportunity offer.
Prepared for Mar.
Sofia, Sept. 7. King Ferdinand's
minister met in council today and'
decided that Bulgaria should main-
tain the strictest neutrality pending
a solution of the present difiiculties.
King Ferdinand has returned and
i is in coiuiunud of the situation
1 " 'hl-J 1 " - "--i iciiuensiy.
Preparations for war are apparent
! " every sule.
I
! "' every
' There
' . .
1 atrocitie:
, burned :
nre continued reports of
itrocities. Fifty villages have been
burned and many people slaughter-
ed. A number of minor engage-
metits have been
small losees.
reported with
Bogota, Colombia, .Sept. 7. A
new canal treaty that will be accept
ed by the Colombian Congress is
being generally discussed. Con
gress adjourned today to meet 011
the 20th, when it is anticipated the
fate of canal legislation will be defi
nitely determined.
.MAKVKIil.OUS SITUATION.
.Maui
Home Itult-r
Candidates for
(,'u 11 mil
Kind
Ticket.
Maui, Sept. s.-The Home Rulers
of Maui are in a quandary. They
cannot find caiulidates possessing
the requisite qualification for their
county ticket. It is simply a ques
tion of bonds There arc men
enough and to spare who are most
willing to serve their county but
they cannot find responsible bonds
men. Hon. K. W. Beckley, who
came to assist the Matiiitcs, has left
the island, so it is reported, in (lis-1 Department has forwarded a sharp
gust. Senator D. Kalauokalani J note to the Colombian government
still remains, strenuously attempt- because of the suppression of the
ing to straighten the tangled polit-1 Bogota dispatch sent by the Amcri
ical threads. can minister to Washington relative
The Home Rule convention to the action of the Colombian
opened on the third at the Wailuku Congress on the canal treaty. A
skating rink and lias had continuous
session, day and evening, since
then, most of the time behind closed
doors. Their proposed slate up to
date reads: "Oily" Win. White
for sherifl, John Richardson for
county attorney and Messrs. S. E.
Kaiue, T. B. Lyons, Louis Kookoo
and W. H. Comwell, Jr., for super
visors. On (lit that Billy White,
who is a schemer, suggests that the
Home Rulers keep their nomina
tions open until after the Republi
can convention, on the 14th.
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A New Kitllroiiil Record.
Chicago, 111., Sept. 6 A new
world's record was made today on
the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
A run of one hundred and twenty-
eight miles was made in one hun
dred and twenty-five minutes in
cluding stops and other delays.
There have been records of one
hundred miles an hour reported,
but this has always been for short
distances, and the record was made
by deducting the time for stops.
Our Neighbor.
The result of the election in West
1 Hawaii for delegates tothe County
Third Precinct (Kailua, N. Kona)
J. A. Maguire, J. Kaelemakule,
J. N. Koomoa, J. W. Keliikoa and
G. E. Maydwell.
Fourth Precinct (Kona-waena)
G. P. Kamauoha, 7S; J. K. Nahale,
73; T. C. White, 63; J. D. Paris,
61; W. J. K. Nahale, 50; D. P.
Namauit, 4G; W. II. Greenwell, 40.
Fifth Precinct (Hookena) Thos.
Haae, S. Lazaro, S. W. Kaai, W.
llunnr L'o.-.,. ...! II !..!.
,. Vi.M,a .iiiu iuuFi LHU,co con ln.ro
got 21 votes and the former with
drew in favor of the latter.)
Sixth Precinct (Papa) D. L.
Kaanaana.
Seventh Precinct (Waiohiuu)
J. II. Waipuilaui and John Searles.
Eighth Precinct (Pahala) Dr. 1
W. A. Sehwallie. i
"""
I l.onuon, hept. 7. William Wal-,
' mjlj0, dollars to the
Search fund.' '
cancer re-
Belgrade, Sept. 7. There is a '
', probability of the reconciliation ol
t"e army (actions. King l'eter's 1
auuercius insist upon some punish-
mi n tit frr I lwt riTit1(u
.., . . . ' '
Rear Admiral Cotton reports from
Betrut that general quiet prevails. I
Four at rests have been made as a
result of the assault upon the Vice
Consul.
Constantinople, Turkey, Sept. 7.
The Bulgarian and Macedonian ,
population in Constantinople are in 1
constant fear of massacre. They
are now subjected to threats and in
dignities from the Turkish popula-1
lion. I
NEW CANAL TREATY.
A 111 en dine nls Suicirostrd to Conform
With the Constitution.
Bogota, Sept. 6.- The Senate has
appointed a commission to draft a
u. ill authorizing the Colombian gov
ernment to prepare u treaty con
forming with the constitution. With
these amendments the new canal
treaty may be adopted by the
Colombian Congress. The United
States has not signified its accept
ance of the propose changcs:d -
Washington, Sept. 7. The State
warning is given that a similar
course in the future will be followed
by sharp action 011 the part of the
United States.
Philadelphia, Sept. 8. Ruhlin
beats Kid Carter in six rounds.
Newport, R. I., Sept! 8. Bishop
Clark of Rhode Island is dead.
Springer, N. M., Sept. 8. In a
coal mine fire here three men have
perished.
Swansea, Sept. 8. The tinplate
lock-out has been ended by refer
ence to arbitration. '
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 8. One
murderer and two burglars have
escaped from jail here.
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 5.
Judge Morris M. Estee sailed today
in the Alameda for Honolulu."
Syracuse, Sept. 8. John Miller
has been arrested on a charge of
threatening the President's life.
Lima, O., Sept. 8. Dan Patch
broke the world's pacing record to
day in 2.04 on a half mile track.
Sandusky, O., Sept. 8. The
steamer Louise, with 125 people on
board, is believed to have been lost.
Port Jefferson, L. L, Sept. 8
Seven bodies of sailors from an un
known vessel were washed ashore
here yesterday.
San Francisco, Sept. 8. Labor
Day was observed with two parades
of 50,000 workmen. It was gen
erally observed throughout the
country.
London, Sept. 8. The, powers
are not expected to interfere in the
Balkan trouble until after the con
ference of the Czar and Austrian
Emperor.
Vienna, Sept. 7. A rumor is
current here of an attempt-to as
sassinate King Peter. It is impos
sible to secure a confirmation of the
report.
Haverhill. Sent. V In n trrll,.
... . '
today four people
were killed. Nineteen were in
jured, probably fatally, and nearly
every passenger aboard both cars
was maimed to some extent. The
motors were wrecked.
A HOME COMPANY
CAPITAL $50,000
Organised tinier Hie Iaiws of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
The Hawaiian
Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Loans, Mortgages, Securities, Invest
metits ami Real Rstate.
Homes Iluilt 011 the Installment 1'lau
HOMIJ OFFICF. :
MclNTVRH llL'ILDING
HONOLl'LU. T.H.
Tho Hawaiian Roalty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
L. K. KFNTWFLL.
General Manager
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