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HONOLULU, TEIUIITOKY 01-' HAWAII, sMOXDAl. AU(H'ST J.I, 1000.
J'nii r. t") Oi:si.
HAS 1 BNfll
Judge Estee Rules That,
Any Couct of Record
May Make Citizens.
THE FEDERAL COURT
WILL GO TO HILO
Remarks by Court on Request of Com
mittee From Other Islands
Finds Authority in Revis
Judge Eilee addressed the members
of the bar In li! Court thli morning ns
This Court has been waited on by n
committee, from various other Islands
of thl Territory, minuting the JuJc,
of tlil Court oh a United StateB Vie
trkt Court, to visit thote various ltd
urn! for the purpose of niturnllzlna;
jxople ami making them cltluns of the
The Court In ready and willing to do
that duty, or any other duty lmpool
upon It by law. And, It mny.be perti
nent to fay, after a cartful cxamina
tlon of the In'v :
While thl Court ban Jurisdiction yet
this Court in compelled to ray, that
Itltelletcs that the Circuit Co irt of the
Territory of Hawaii has absolute Ju
risdiction, not exclusive, to tnako citi
zens of the United States. Therefore
the Court enttirt to call the bar's in
tention tji a little law In relation there
to, t rail attention to Section 21 CO cl
the Kevlse-d Statutes of the Unit" 1
Statu, Page 378:
"?tc. 21C5. An alien mny tie admit
ted to become a citizen of the Unite 1
States In the following manner, ind
"Flrit. Ho shall declare on oat'i,
before a circuit or ell. trkt court of '.!;
United States, or a district or supreme
eourt of the Territories, or n eourt cf
tecord of any of the Stated having com
mon law Juilsdlctlon, and a real an J
elerk, two )cars, at leatt, pilor to hie
admission, that It Is bona fide his In
tention to bctomn n citizen of the
United Statin, etc."
Judge Ustee laid emphasis on the
provision that a court or record ha
Ing n real and elirk could effect na
turalization of aliens.
In further discussing the requit'
from the other Islands, Judge EtW
laid It was his Intention, as toon ns
convenient, to hold n session of the.
District Court at Hllo,
ON LIHUE STRIKE.
A gentleman who came from Knml
In the W. 0. Hall Sunday hat the fol
lowing to say about the reeent strike e(
Japanese at l.lhuo plantation: "The
irnnoger, when he saw what a rumpus
the striking Japanese were kicking up
raid off a hundred Japanese In time
for them to eatth the steamer for Ho
tiolulu and told them to get out. To
how that the whole strike was a bluff,
only one of the whole hundred left
"The strike could not have come at a
better time. There was nothing much
doing and the strike netted the plan
tation In the neighborhood of 1000 j
day. IlesIdtH this, a small amount wot
charged the strlklug Japar.ttjcJoircoPi
HJii Mother Pnltt Fine.
Shunk, charged with being a Ulso.--derly
person, appeared In the Police
Court today. On account of his shady
doings anil frequent u)pearance In the
Police Court, Judge Wilcox told 1.1m
Die h In his name should be changed to
n It, Continuing, he said: "The Shei
Iff says this Is an ordinary case. Un
fortunately I hnvo read the Advertlur
this morning, I will line you 12 nnd
costs," Hhunk's mother paid the
young man's fine In Court and the lat
ter was released fi on) custody,
DcniocriitN of Miml,
Wfllluku, Aug, ll.-'lhf Wiilliil.ti
Di mot ruts uiujixpiiiliig I'rlnco PavM
mnl other lniilcis of Hull' party In lie
up herd In I lie mmlng few well, A
Jiiiiii will bv given ut Hit Wulknpu
JHIiHI (If W. II CllllHVI.il III) III!) ll((l.
0l f tliulr visit Til local Dent"'
' inis will 'Ju lliHr iilnio.t in nl vi. -lie
I'riiifi Mini his sulio ii grand weHonio
Mvnhaml, lloi mim, Is riffrlii a
ruw lino ut IIiikii (niini'lwis forM'
YUi inlioiUin in fumy mWrt,
I'lijy Mi I'lUtUw u Die )luiln
lIKEf MS IT
WJw OLir'DtrtNdLHABEAS CORPUS CASE
Says He Was Forced to
Shoot Yardmaster '
TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT
0. R. & L. CO.'S YARDS
Mm Lorbeer Victim-Two Bullet
Wounds Cause Death Physicians
Did All They Could But
Wound3 Were Fatal.
John W. I.orbcer, yanlmaster of the
O, It, & I.. Co. was shut twice, and
killed at about 8: ir o'clock Sunday
morning by a 3j-callhre revolver In tin
hands of Samuel Harney, a truln hand,
Tbcie Is a discrepancy ns to the st'jr'
told by the witnesses to the tragedy
and It Is probable the whole Until will
net be known until the case comes to
The itory as gleaned from some In
that Lorbeer was making up the 9:li
train and that n number of O. H. & I..
employes were waiting around to go
ancnid to be taken to the luau at Ma-
At about this time u Portuguese, Ca
btal by name, complained tint he nail
bad trouble with Ilnrnej ami that he
letter had called his u vile epithet.
Loibeer went down the Hack a hit In
the yaid and, on the way down, caug'it
el,;lit of Harney at tho side. He Jump
ed oft and after some hot language
had passed between the two men, two
hcU wrro llred at iUltc a little Intf
vhI. Lorbeer fell anil the (lain men
iWcd In. The vardmustcr was slul.
Ing rapidly from two terrible wound?.
Di. Cooper and the patrol wagon wiv
telephoned for, the former urrlvlng
Juit at about the time the hitter was
iktiiiin; for the hospltul with the
At the hospital Dr. Wood probed
Ipr thy first bullet. From lb'" exalii!
bfttlcn It could be seen that theie
Viit Internal hemoiihage. i'tcrythli ,t
pci'lbla was dono for the man but he
died In a very short time, I'lthir on
el the woundH would huve proved fa al
as T.itu found by nil examination,
Lcrliccr lemalurd conscluus almost to
the lutt and when uslce-d who fcliot him
be mentioned ILiiney. He also ulut
ed thet there weie n lot of witnesses
The body of the deceased was taken
tc the undcitaker's anil enibilmed
Votd will bo awaited from tho family
cf deceased In Pomona, Cat.
Enincy was seen In his cell at the po
lliet tntlou today. He was very guard
ed nt first, stating that he Intcudc I
retaining counsel this afternoon and,
on thai account, wished to rcmuln
file lit until ndvlsed. However, lie
finally made tho following statement:
"1 I hot John In self defense. He
Ji'xjpcd off the car when he arrived
near lao nnd after asking what wus the
mpur with me, he deliberately strudc
m. I did not know what was tho mat
er vltli him. Instead of stoppmi
there, ho followed mo up and, even
when I was knocked down, continued
to punch me. It was then that I shot
enl my action was In self defense.
"I did huve tumble with tho Pom:
gjoe, Cabrul, and, after his conduct
becj-no moio than I could stand, I did
I took ,i revolver with me because I
etpretid to go to Makua and thought
I Slight get some shooting along tho
rend or at that place, I was not look
ing for any trouble and hud no Idea
that any would develop, John and I
v.'cie always cm good terms,"
Lorbeer was born In Iowa 38 vcais
ago but lived for most of his life In
California, Tor many jcars he was clly
marshal of lmiona, Deceased wus i
member of Pomona Uidge, No, 'iR,
I, O, O, I', He came to the Islands tw J
ytais ugo, Ho was assistant to Jam"
T. Taylor, the civil engineer mid went
to work for the O, It. . I,. Co, about
tight mouths ago.
Quite ii number of friends of Mr. mill
Mis. Joseph IViiiiiidit gate llieiil it
plcisiiut siirpilsn Honda) mining, the
.jccihIoii being lint tlihil niinlvi isnrv
Dl their limrilugn, Aflri lining Jilslliu
lo tho good things bioiighl In iliu siir
prUeis, mi injo-tiiblii limn was IiiiiI 1 1.
sltiKlng Mini games mi ipilln al
'J huso i i si hi who' Mr nnd Mis M
A. ioiu.ihh Mi iiihI Mis A Hllvii
Mr mill Mis Alfud Hllvii, Mi, ami
Mis IIoiihIi Mi mnl Mis, ,1. MiuMih
twrs, Al llnli Mm, J A l'iiin.11,1, A I'
llolillm, M VIM in, John II I Has, los
J, h mnl h niimlMii nt um.
TN lvnlnir llulltllii, fi ivnu l'r
t PRELIMINARY HEARING
Judge Estej Makes More American
Citizens and Admits Several At
torneys to Practice in Unit
ed States Courts.
The habeas corpus case, la which re
Chinaman Is the subject, came befoie
Judge Uttee In the United States DI'
trkt Court this morning. Messrs,
Ilrooks ami Herry appeared for the it
tltloncr, nnd District Attorne) llJirl
for the respondent. J. K. Ilrown, In
spector of Immigration Collector
Stackabte was also In court, he belli;
the olhclul deciding against the .1(1
mission of the Chliv man to Urn. ouu
Mr, Iloorks was aruglng for the wil
when the Court wished to be Informed
of the exact status of the case. The
Rttorney answered that they contended
the petitioner did not come within the
Chinese Uxcluslon Acti They could
piove that this Chinaman was bor.)
In the Hawaiian Islands and conft"-
lueiitly wus'j citizen of the United
Judge Ustee naked how was thr
Court to know this. In Sun I'lanclsi'ii
the commlSBloiiec of Immigration toik
testimony on the Issue of facts.
.Mr. Iliooks said the petitioner nllo
ed he was a citizen of the United
States, which the lesponilint In hU
answer denied, and that was the only
Coin t thut could tiy the Issue He sug
gested that counsel on both sides might
be given time to (lie briefs.
Judge Ustee said that would Involve
some time for the Court to consider the
briefs, but lie would be much oblige)
to th edlstingulshed attornc)s on both
sides If they would tile the points they
desired to make nt that stage.
Mr. 1 laird remarked that the arr
limit thus far hid been Informal an I
In nnswer to a leciuest from toe
Court for a suggestion, submitted that
both sides should produce their evi
dence In chief.
Judge Ustcc observed tint If thn!
vere done It would be the duty of the
Court to hejr the testimony. The epics
tlon with him was that of Jurlsdl
tlcin. Hi'fcrrlng to the appeal that wiu
mentioned by Ml. UrooKs us tnlcu
fioni the collector's decision, thcCo.ut
expressed doubt If "the court below"
was n couit ami, besides, this Court
I huh uoi h cuuii iii appeal.
Ml. Ilrooks having asked fur t'lii
tlnuanie until this nftcriioou, t,o tint
counsel could further look Into the
l question of pioecdure,. Judge Ustei
I sent Deputy Maishal Hendry out to t,eo
If Judge Sllllmun Intending using
the court loom. The report was mudo
That Judge Sllllman had left the build
ing. Judge Ustce continued the case till
2 o'clock, adding, "but It Is with the
understanding that we ma have to
creations of American law. The Tcrrl
At this morning's session, Judge Us
tee naturalized these aliens: Win. R
I. Stanley, P. Melnerny. U. II. U. Wol
tir, 11. Wnsbni.iu, U J. Hunts and Ud
'I he following weieudmltted to piur
tlce In the United States Dlstilut
Court- J M. Monsarrnt, Wm. I X.
Stanley, Udmund Uurke McClnuulum
and Sidney .Miller Il.illou.
Til the Reform School.
Peter Kaalukal, n tw civ c-v cur-old
Hawaiian oy, was arrested Saturd.1)
on the charge of stealing a blcjcle, in
the Police Court this forenoon, defcii
diint pie .uled Riilltj to the charge and
Hatid that he had sold the hl)clo to n
Walklkl Japanese for t. He also ad
mitted being u wharf rut. Peter was
sentenced to one jear In tho Itefoiiu
School, Judge Wilcox remarking llmt
he would bo kept clean If nothing el J),
ut that place.
Iipolntnicnt PIcuhvh Maul.
Walluku, Aug. II. Senator A, N. Ivd
polkul brought up with him this wie'e
the iiimmlsslou for William H, Hi;'
as superlnteiidcut of Walluku and Mil
huliil waler winks, 'I he appolulnieni
has mil with the iiiilvi'isnl satUfai IIjii
of tho lux paler In I Ik so dlstihis, for
Mr. Hal s a iiiodil Hawaiian, n mantel
meiliaiile mid tlieie fine ciuluenll) anil-
id for the nlllie
iluilde Kiiliin VhIIh Hiiiiii
Wnllukii, Aug II. Jinlgo mid Mir
Inhii W KiiIiiii left foi liana, Muni, pel
Cliiildlliii hist Widliesdiiy mnl in a iu
KUi'Slsnf Dlslriil M,mllialii,l K, Inn
pa Judy Knlini iibidioins our fioin
Huiiii this iiiiuoliig iiiiiMiiiniliig lieutt
minnow linn ami ulso of the Iiumi'v
eliomi) liny urn liuiltlllg rililll llie
lirfliiaiililiis of lliu illslilil 'I hey will
m nvtuy seteml wml.s
'Hi IJVfHlng Hullelln, cooti yn
Hold an important
The Growing Cane Being Cared for
and Will Pay Express
with Small As-
There was an Important meeting ol
the stockholders of the Maunalei Su
gar Co. this morning. It was decide I
to postpone the sale of dclllKpieiit
stock, advertised for tomoirow, for 111
days or until the -Itli Inst. This ac
tion was nt the ropiest of a number of
stockholders who want to r.tay with
the company but cannot just now
square themselves on the stock books.
Ummett Ma, secretary of the com
pan), gives the Ilulletln the follow hi'i
stiileiiii nt of Its present situation:
"'I he proposition I have been work
ing on Is to secure capital In the States
and tin n over all the delinquent ns
scfsuhle stock to such capitalists who
undertake to go on with the planta
tion. This offer has been made to
some New Yolk capitalists.
Cot (leo W. Miiefaihine has also
been given the same imposition to
la) before capitalists of San l'raiiclsco
and New York.
"There Is no doubt In the world that
we can save the plantation. We cie
satisfied that there are between "IX'il
and 300D shaies that will stay with the
plantation, 'the filling is that this fact
will be regarded b) outside capitalists
as to their advantige.
''We have 1U acres of good cilia
that -ll mntiire In December or Jan
liar). This rune l estimated by I lie
manager to produce about $70,000
worth of sugar. Ajlhough not being
able to ralto money to continue Hie
plantation now until we ec about capi
tal, we piopose to continue Irrigating
this nine and ate negotiating with the
Plouier Mill Co to grind It. We ca.i
thus clear about IJu.neii) on this emu.
"If we do not get this foreign capital
Invented In lime, we are working on n
proposition of forming a small sjnill
cate here to look after the gioniug
"At the meeting today there w,r"
lepiisentid, peisonully and b) proxy,
000(1 shares. We changed the b)lavs
so as to bo aide to have a iUoruui In
ease we sell the delinquent stock.
Then we can hold legal meetings mid
get on with the plantation whether
we obtain foreign capital or not. With
an assessment of only about 1 per cent
we have enough to keep the cane li
WILL .TAKB IN PORTLAND.
Portliind, Jul) 27. The first stein
ship whli h the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company will dlspitcu fioni
the Atlantic Coast for Paclllc Cent
potts will dime to Poiihitid. 'I his com
p.ui) lias four steameia complited m
uearing coiupletloii which rank well
U)i with tho largest fi lighten of their
class. 'I hey reglstei over -iJOn tons
net, mid curry marl) 30no tons of car
go. 'I lit) llrst of these Vessels, the C'lll
fomlan, has just lieti completed ut
Mn Uiandsco by (lie Union Iron
Winks, and Is now en route to Manila
with (Inurnment supplies. 'I he next
of these vessils to enter active ser
vice Is the American, which will be
ready for si a lu about thirty days, and
will load at New York mid Philadelphia
for San Urauclseo, Portland and Hono
lulu, (In ing to the great sle of the
vessels, It was thought dllllutilly would
In- i niiiiiiitc re il In seeming (night
enough lo make It prolllahle to brlu(
them to Portland hut offerings Invu
bun so satlsfailoi) that the lompiuy
has now el. tc i in I lie il lei si'liel evi'l) oth
er steamer having New Ymk light
thiougli In I'm Hand.
'I he American will sail early In Hep
icinher, mnl will be followed In n gu
ar nnler by Ho' Hawaiian, Oiegonlnn
mil ('nllfoinlun A ilfih mid still
latKU siisiuii' Is now iiudi'i' c niisti i,i
Ion nt San I'lmiilMii ind will be
placid In lliu senhe us soon us she
is ninipliliil Among oilier fudglii
vhleh Hie Alum h .in will hilim In I'm
Midi Is h lot nf Aoil Iuhs of iitcsl fin Hie
I'm III. Cogst fiHupiii)'
In lh- I'dIIko Court Indsy imtM
llsih.itile unci Wm, KiiumMdi htcmh
lli siHliyiils In t NUUHbs' llMprU'
oninmii mi ImiiiI I'iI'hi' oh iw iiari of
MiKSlik' In lliy iipi ium,
Indictments for Serious
Crimes Presented by
Grand Jury. !
, FftR NATIVE IUWAIIANS,.
Judge Hcmpbreys Orders Two Jurors!
Arrested for Failure to An
swer to Their Names
Tilal jurors have been cullel for Hi"
Circuit Com t term at 10 o'clock this
morning. U. A. Williams and C, N.
Hose failed to answer to their names,
and Judge Humphreys ordered attach
ments to issue for their arrest.
J. W. Cuthturt, Depot) Attorney den
crul, presented Indictments signed by
II. U. Wnlty, foreman of the gr.cul
Charles Downing was Indicted for
niuiiter In thu second ill gree by killing'
,, , ,, , .,,,1
I'onl. He was also presented in two lu-i
dlctments for assault with a deadly
weapon on Uleakal.i and Kanae, te
siiectlvcly. Cielghton and Strauss ap
pealed for him, and had his plea lo
served tllt.Weclneschiy, .
Kane was Indicted for robbery. He
Is the native charged witli lassoing a
Chinaman on the highway and taking
a sum of money from him. In answer
to the Court the defe ndant raid he had
not money of his own to engage an at
torney, but his friends had money nnd
peihaps might help him out.
Judge Humphreys said that, for u
grave crime such as that charged, th"
statute iciiulicd thut the defendant b"
assigned able and experienced coun
sel. 'I he Court therefore assigned W.
. Kinney to defend the licensed. The
liemiiv Aiicirncv (!, iicr.l u,n...ir.t 1
to futnlsh Kane with a copy of the lu
ellclinent In the Hawaiian language',
Aulmoto was ludleled for murder lu
the llrst di gree by Killing u fellow
couutr)Uiau nt Kahiikit. A. I.. C. At
kinson appealing for him secured i
li Ki,riitliui nf tiliM until 'IIdiiki!iii lint
was denied his request that u copy of
the ludletment be furnished the pus
oner lu Jnp.inese. 'the Court stutcd
that the circle r lu Kane's case was made
because the statute icepilreel It on be
half of llawallatis.
Kit was Indicted for malicious hum
Ing In the third degree by selling llieCr"l'l' Kolon plantation, Ksccaf.
to caucllelds at Walanae. Saying he "'" " """ desperate slraltA liut h.
was too poor to hire a lav)er, Uirrn
A. 'Ihurston wus assigned to defenl
lliu juritra w etc-excused from 11 ti '
'i o'clock. 'I he liquor silling ease of
Oilman comes llrst for trial.
Ishl Huzabro and K. Ilazaliro w -',
indicted for assault with dangeious
weapons, nnd their pleas reserved till
Weduesday, Atkinson for dcfcmlanti;
Kuapann for ma) hem was nsslgnc 1
C, C. Hitting ns counsel anil his plea
ic-seived till Wednesday.
'I lie Indictment of John Antone for
uttering u ringed Instrument was
quashed for en or, and defendant re
committed to the gimid Jut),
Indictments against Wong Man (in
3 ecu) lu the sec unci degree ami
Aehong for selling oilum wciu pastecl
T. Hiilaltiht, assault mid battery,
was granted a nolle prosequi,
Manuel Soma, assault nnd battery,
withdrew his appeal.'
I.ce Hoo vs. l.ee Chotig hits been ,'e
Instated on the calendar by Judge Sll
llman. Davidson for plaintiff; Ilrooks I
fur defendant. I
Judgment dismissing the appeal of
defendant lu Wong Wing vs, Ah Tuck
has bein entered.
Judge Sllllmun has appointed Prank
U. Thompson as guardian ad litem for
Kuhmiu, w a minor and heir of tin)
estate of J, Pluiio of Una ileci used
Might Huve lleen Trouble,
A coloiiil seaman n the Ivy was
looking for trouble iluilng the whole )('
lust wick but uulll.ou gnat many
pie of lliu same inlinl, he did not lip il
II 'I he fellow Hue ntcni d the laplulp
mid his wife mid wanted in whip tin
whole new In order lo iivnhl tumult
the captain paid off Hie man
THU WATCHMAN IDIiAl. I'OI'N
TAIN I'l.'N. All slim, ull shupes II
(I resit null) of binds mm slinus nt u
cell Is mi lliu dollar nt II, Ken c
I'o.'s slime linunt, ninit-r nf I'oit mi
lluii'inlwr lliul mhln's ik blue It
lliu sIuihIIiik inur nf iV 'iHliiinit Id-
, Wllllmuil it, (Jci, ltf y 11)11 S '
miff 0 if
DELEGATE KEPOIKAI TILLS
OF MESSAGE TO HAWAII
Cordial Greeting by Repubhtass of
Maui Graphic Account of Ei
periences of Party Repre
sentatives to Convention.
' Walluku Aug. 11 Last W4ai
day a welcome reception to SeuaWr X.
X. Uepolkal was glYeii ut tie WWJmc
hotel. Wnllnkil. Twi nfTuIr u.ttf ,,-
riediy gotten -up through the in.tr.
mentality of Jas. II. Thomas. Anuxi:;
those present were. A. N. Kej9llj.
J. M Kaueakua, Sheriff I. M. llaldaii.
W. A. McKny, 8. S. Kalelka-j, lit. X.
TaIor. W, T. Uoblnson, Jas. tr.
Thomas, T. II loons. C I.ennoi, Ifu
UekariltrJ.IN. K. Keolj, A. Un-iS. A. .T.
Itodrlguts.' W. II. Kleld and Jst T.
A long table, laid on the spaclov
lanal of the hotel, was fllM vU.ti
tempting viands and drinkables. Dur
ing the progress of the htcikfant. ilr.
Thomas offered a toisl for our tunx.
Senator A N. ICepolkal, and la rifhr
Mr. Kepolknl gave n graphic ormuer
of his trip to the National CuDVentiai
ut Phlladil ihla and the r visit to t4e
' .,.,,,, .
home of Pifshltiit McK nloy, and tfcsr
.. ,, , , . . ... . .
the President ieiuestecl him to hear c
mi s sage to f Inventor Dole lo sir.- ti
llawallatis fair treatment.
Tho other speakers weie J M. Kaur
akmi, who assured those present irar
he was a staunch Iteuubllcan and ISar
he was one of the ib logatii, v lio lotrt
for Snm Parker and Judge li;alicV
as delegates to the national eonvinnnf.
Jas. T. Ta)lor gave a lulef oiitlluci ciC
the workings of the Hi publlrjn rlnV
In some of the California osjai'iv.
Judges .McKay and Kalelknu nnd cl
ninster lloblnsmi also rcstiondfe! to vi
rions leasts, while Mr. Keola repllnlm
a toast for the "Pii-ts."
Ilranln. n sailor who uas srrrifl
1 Saturday on the charge of rslna tat-
gar, ohscino and profane language o
the street. It nppenrs Hist the tlefm
dant hud entered Into n dlspulA jluer.
union and non-union sailors anil, in
coming exilted, had let off a Utile rw
plus steam In lead language. Whin
Judge Wilcox nBked Ilninln If lio tili
"1M,,1 th" '' attributed v, bin.
the latter leplled that he mlgnl bte
used a couple of words. He vtas rc
ineillaltly fined $10 or o fur each 4,
Malinger Cropp III.
I'or Huee days Inst week. MsDaf
was expected he would live. Wt
the W. (1. Hall left NawlllwllI ."jltjJ
day he was out of danger, Mr. Uu;tj
wa"' ""'h''l hy pneumonia In bo?L
lungs In addition to which he ii&
I'utrolinun'rt Moriec Stolen.
Wide awake to his duty nnJ hrrlsr
sounds of revelry by night at a Jilr:
In Iwllil Saturday, I'atiolraan llmr
Jumped from his horse and went lam
the place to stop the r.ieket- While
Inside, soiiie unci icicle off with the o-I-cc
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