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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 20 June 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY JUNE 20, 1916 f EIITIVE DRILL IN JULY FOURTH PROGRAM Vt a Hurting of oiluris held on tin- drill grounds at Kupua Sunday moil a fi'W I'liangi'- were made in tin- prugiMin for t lie coinpi-titive take place July Fourth. It ha already lrn decided that each . will enter four squads, so that the changes were in some of incuts. The revised program has jui-t eomo from the press and iws: REVISED ORDER OF EVENTS Knur smiads from each company of the regiment will compete. ie fnllnwinif movements, under arms, w ill he required to he executed the order given. Each movement has a value of lit points, excepting . 1"). jl'A D MOVEMENTS 1. 1. ). (I. 7. ,s. SI. 10. Squad light. Squad right a I unit. To the rear. P.y the right Hank. Hy the left Hank. Uight ohlique. Dollhle time. Uight hy lile. Left front into line. Deploy as skirmisher? 'OM PAN" V MOVEMENTS 1. Manual of arms. Ten movements. 2. l'.eing in line, form column of squads to the right. IVing in column of squads, f...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 20 June 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1916, N. G. H. Program ( Con'.iniied from n.iire 1 ) sliot to siRtinl given lv oiuil Und er at finish, that this qtU!1 i ready for inspection. Fquad is not to b at attention. Prizes: one, value $10. 2. Running Race, 1 ' mile: 1st prize, vnlne $10; 2nd prize, value $5; third prize, value $3. 3. Kiiuipment Race: 1st prize, value $5; 2nd prize, value ?2.50. 4. Shotput, 16 lbs, one man from each company. 1st prize, value $5; 2nd prize, $2.50. 5. 100 yards dash: 1st prize, value $7 50: 2nd prize. $5. 6. Running high jump: 1st prive, $5; 2nd prize, $2.50. 7. Shoe race: Uniform: Field with O. D. shirt no coal; with out hat. lcRKinRs. or equipment. Contestants to line up at scratch, turn ovtr to judRes a pair of rus set shoes, as issued by the Q. M. Corps. Shoes will be marked bv the judges with numbers Riven the men, then put in a pile fiftv yards awav. At startinR signal contest ants run to pile, find their own shoes, put them on and return to scratch f...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 20 June 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, TUNE 20, 1916 THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year, S2.50 Six Mouths, 1.50 Three Months, 1 1.00 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts. 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 5) The Russian Advance London It is rumored in Merlin that the Russians now mennec Kovel. According to Amsterdam despathes received this morning, the Rus sians are steadily forcing their way west along the line from Galieia far up into Poland. The Germans under General von Linsengen are trying to hold the Slav hordes. . The Austrians have taken fresh positions between Czernowitz and the Dneister. German General von Mothmer is reported gaining an advance against the heavy Russian pres...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 June 1916

Mto KM,, Wilcox. SUGAR. Haws, 0.41) Beuts, no ftile Mkt Strong The Garden Island Represents! All Kauni " I I- rrr- ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 26. LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CFNTS PIR COPY 1KIHHS REPLY TO MRJNUDSEN Refer To Their Position In Brown Matter Signers Of Petition. Lihue, Kauai, June 23, 1916. Editor Gaudun Island: A letter from Hon. Eric A. Knudsen in last week's Garden Island may Rive many people a wrong impression of the attitude of the committee of ladies which called on him in relation to the failure of the Department ot Edu cation to continue Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Brown as teachers. Noth ing was farther from the minds of those concerned than to raise any factional feeling between different localities on Kauai or to attack any official. The letter of the Honorable Commissioner misrep resents absolutely the interview between himself and the commit tee. It has seemed to many that to lose two of the bes...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 June 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1516. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY JUNE 27 In Place Ok regular forces beintf drawn from the Islands for sciv.ee in Mexico it now develops that tlie nrn.v on Oalui is to be in creased by more than two thousand men. The strategists of the Is lands wao had been figurinp on the National Guard RoirtR to Hono 1'ihi to relieve rtnulars destined ft r Mexico lust slht of ore thing, i. e.: The new lat incre.iMs .he ref v.lm army to li e extent that in place of requiring troops for Mtxican service frrni here the i e will be new regiments to spare for bcnli Hawaii and the Philippines. Christian Duty To Filipinos Is it not a fact that much of the crime charged up to the Fili pinos of this Territory may be indirectly the result of neglect on the part of our own earnest, well-meaning, Christian people ? To explain: On this island (and it is presumably the same all over) educational, Y. M, C. A. and what ma...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 June 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 27. 1916 3 Mokihanas Reply (Continued from page 1) efficient teachers is the reasonable assurance that they will be treated fairly, and nothitiR could be more fatal to our school system than the current conviction that such fair treatment cannot be relied on. Accordingly, therefore, as res ponsible residents of Kauai, vitally interested in the education of the children of our island, we respect fully request that this important matter be Riven your careful, und we trust sympathetic considera tion. A. S. Wilcox, Einiiia K. Wilcox, Win. X. Stewart, H. II. W. Hroa.l ltcnt, Tlios. K. llustace, Marion W. Wilc.x, ('. II. Wilcox, ('has. 8. Dole, J. II. Muragno, Mary Mo-ragm-, II. C. Hay, Mrs. M. II. Oni niaiicy, Klsie II. Wilcox, Hans Iscnhevg, Dora I!. Isenberg, K. do Lacy, Kthd K. Wilcox, II. D. Wislianl, Frank Ciawfoid, E. W. Canlcn, ('. (1. Ku'ilinan, Wm. Hyde Hicc, A. J. D.iby, 1). D. S.; II. Vincent, C. W. Spitz, J. L. lljoilli, II. Knight, 15. W. T. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 June 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY JUNE 27. 1916 llON-GOMS NAMED The following orders, appoint ig sergeants and corporals in the "aticnal Guard have been issued oni headquarters- ""Headquarters Fourth Iufantry. N. G. H. Lihue, Kauai, T. H. June 16, 1916. Special Order No. 8. I. Upon recommendation of .be Commanding Officer, Co. II., cth Infantry, the following pro motions are made in that organization: v'orp. Manuel X vines to K- Sergeant. " August Souza Pvt. Alfred Samson " " ' " Joe Aka to be Corporal " K. Takitani ! " Louis McKeague " ' " Joseph Bento They will be obeyed and res pected accordingly. 2. Upon recommendation o f the Commanding Officer, Co. M. 4th. Infantry, the following pro "'motions are made in that organia tion: Pvt. RenaStaAna to be Sergeant " An. Remegio " Repertu Rosa " " ,' " Ah Fong Akeo " " Basques Locieo " " John Malaya " Louis Seghorn to be Corporal " Nahinu Malama " " M. Bernardo '' J. Brandt, Jr. " Keiki Malama " II. Bayones " Kalani Kalakoa " " They will be obe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 June 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916, WEDDING IN BIG THE KAPAA CHURCH The weddiiiK of Miss Helen Caetano and Manuel Bettencourt took place at the Kapaa Catholic church at eleven o'clock Sunday morninsf. Rev. Father James officiating. The church had bten prettily decorated with hydranga blossoms nnd calla lilies for the occasion. The eroom's brother, Joseph F. Bettencourt, Jr., acted as Rroomsman and Miss Carrie Bettencourt was the bride's maid. Directly after the ceremony a reception was held and at noon the quests, about a hundred in number, sat down dinner. Later in the afternoon a string ed orchestra entertained until the hour for departure arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Bettencourt will live at Kapaa where the former has a position with t h e Kealia plantation. The couple received numerous pretty presmts and hosts of good wishes from their many friends. NEW OFFICERS OF E'S OU FL LI The Ou Club, Lihue, held its annual meeting last Wednesday at the home of Dr, Derby, the retir ing pres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 June 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916 THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter., Subscription Rates: Per Year, $2.50 Six Months, 1.50 Three Months, 1-00 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 1) Supervisor Hatch declares that the appropriation of $250 a month by the city foi the expenses of the Hawaii Promotion Committee in class legislation, and assails the appropriation. Larsen and Logan, side with Hatch, but a majority of the Board passes the item. The United States government has notified the Harbor Board that it needs a part of the channel wharf and adjoining land for a depot. Champion swimmers from the mainland will be unable to arrive in Honolulu before August 29. G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 4 July 1916

Mias Elsie Wilcox. SUGAR Raws, 0.40 Beets, no pale Mkt. Steady ft The Garden Island Kepresents All Kuuni. ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 27. LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CEN1S FFR CCFY THE PROGRAM FOR THE GLORIOUS FOURTH Full Regiment of Troops, Governor And Offi cers From Honolulu And Throngs of Peo ple From all Parts of Kauai Expected at Lihue Park to Participate In And Wit ness the Big Events of the Day. All is in readiness for the big celebration of July Fourth. The Governor. General Johnson, Malor Dougherty, Colonel Lin coln and Captain Judd form the official party from Honolulu, and Captain Larrison ioins them here. A part of the grand stand has been reserved for special guests and ladies, admission to which will be by card. The remainder of the grand stand will be open to the public, while an extensive system of bleachers has been erected for the overflow. The Governor and his party will occupy a special reviewi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 4 July 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY JULY 4 Wailele At Waimea The Glorious Fourth This nation will today observe .its 140th birth anniversary. July 4, 1776, the American patriots, assembled in old Independence Hall in Philadelphia, signed the famous declaration which severed America from the mother country and marked the beginning of the republic. Although its sponsors took great personal risk in putting forward the immortal document, the country was ripe for it and it fired the impulses of the independence idea as probably nothing elst could have done. In its preamble Thomas Jefferson put forward a new political doctrine then, but the force and justice of which have since been bet ter understood. "We hold this truth to be self-evident that all men are created equal." This proposition, although probably a self-evident truth to Jefferson, was jeally a new revelation to that age. In it, however, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 4 July 1916

THE GARDEN IStAND TUESDAY, JULY 4. 191 COURT TERM CASES (Continued from page 1) 3. (L 1321) Domingo Lnlu, vs. JanVs Werner. Trespass. Fred Patterson, Esq., attorney for plaintiff. 4. (L 1322) Jolm Bryant, vs. E. M. Puulei, ct nl. Kjeotnient. Freil l'atterson, Ksq., attorney for plaintiff. CIVIL CASES JURY. 5. (L 1313) W. F. Siinlx.rn, vs. Harm K. rnikulu. Kjeetment. A. (. Kaulnkou, Ksq., attorney for plaintiff. J. M. Kaneakna, Ksq., attorney for defeiulent. CRIMINAL CASES JURY. 0. (Cr. 93) Terr, of Hawaii, vs. Martin Del llosario. Assault ami hatU-ry with a weapon olvionsly and imminently (luntrerous to life. Commitment from Li hue DiHtrict Court. 7. (Cr. 94) Terr, of Hawaii, vs. Martin Del llosario. Assault and hattery with a weapon ohviously and imminently dangerous to life. Commitment from Li hue Distriet Court. S. (Cr. !).") Terr, of Hawaii, vs. Nieomedes Ciorospe. Assault and hattery with a weapon obviously and imminently dangerous to life. Commitment from Waimea Iistriet Court...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 4 July 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY JULY 4. 1916 Department Replies Tenders Teachers Cottage (Continued from page 1.) ;raph 26, on page 23 of the course jf study states, referring to the :xamiation rules: "any infringe nent of this rule will be cause for dismissal." You mention in your letter "the somewhat strained relations exist ing in the town of Waimea in re gard to them" (referring to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown), so in connection with this phase of the affair, I shall say only that the Department did not have a good reason to believe its action would be in accord with the wishes of a majority of the leaders of the community most concerned with the conduct of the Waimea School. The Department's reasons for not appointing Mr. and Mrs. Brown to Waimea are, I think, very plain. Furthermore, their disregard for instructions make it impossible to keep them in the service in any place and still main tain discipline. If these teach ers are allowed to break the rules with impunity, all teachers sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 4 July 1916

THE GARDEN. ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916 Jurcrs For Term Three murder cases, to betaken up by the grand jurv tomorrow and heard at the ensuing term, have not yet been put on the calendar. They will apj ear later. The grand jury will be composed of the following: Gustav A. Anderson. Herman Huddy, E. O. K. Deverill. Joe de Costa, S. Kamakauahi Hand chett, Henry Wong Wa, D. J. Jarvis, F. Carter, F. C. Morrow. I. A. Akina, Harry Oneha. Jr.. Geo. H. Lcavitt, Win. Danford, C. W. Smith, K. Cropp, A. F. Robinson. J. H. Hole. Geo. Mai oho, The trial jurors drawn will be as follows: Allen Steel, Sinclair Robinson, Frank Cox, flenrich L. Kuhlmann. George Titcomb, K. C Hopper, John C. Furtadojohn de Cambra Jervis, R. D. Moler, II. C. Sheldon, Geo. K. Kauhi, G, F. Rankin, t,. Yum Tim, J. B. Cummings, Harry Hoe, William Ebeling, Carl Lindetnann, C. H. Wilcox. C. E. French, ' Willie Nordmeier, H. Wilgeroth, Henry Wrnmp, Chas. Dillingham, H. N. Timmerman, Theo. Pacheco. Lihue Ice Melts At a meeting...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 4 July 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916 THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly' Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the Postoffice at Libue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year, $2.50 Six Months, i-50 Three Months, 100 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager FOURTH OF JULY PROGRftM (Continued from page 1) ward for the remaining vents of the day. The men of the Fourth In fantry and the public will have luncheon and refreshments on the grounds. The troops from towns away from Lihue will leave in auto busses for home late in the afternoon. The events of the day will conclude will a ball in Lihue Social Hall at evening. The program follows: PRIZE DONATIONS. Military Competition Company: 1st Prize A Silver Cup, donated by the Kauai Chamber of Com merce, for the best drilled company of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1916

"5 3ri'' EWo IViJcox. SUOAU Raws, 0.30 Beets, no sala Mkt. Strong The Garden Island Represents All Knuni. I ' - ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 12. NO. 28. UHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR- 5 CENTS fER COPY MA A. HOW KAUAI CELEBRATED THE GLORIOUS FOURTH The Fourth of July program in Lihue was a grand success from every viewpoint. It was the first time in the history of the island that a military observance of the national occasion had been at tempted, or had been possible; the first time that Kauai hod been honored with the presence of the Governor on Independence Day; the first time that the program for the Glorious Fourth had tver been an all-day one, and the events were witnessed bv the largest crowd ever assembled together on this island in its known history, The program was a very com prehensive one, and although it was started on time and proceeded with due precision and speed it ran about an hour and a half over the time calcu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1316. Fa Tin: kixhnt visit of Govern r Pinkham to this island proved to be ,i ht.ipv e-vjiit. Many peopl c.ime to know the chief executive ot the Territory better, and he undoubtedly now has a clearer know ledge of Kauai folk, their ideas and ambitions, THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY JULY 11 Independence Day Celebration K.uui s first military Fourth of July celebration was a far greater -ss than had been hoped for by even its most enthusiastic spoil The crowd taking part in it was probably the largest ever as- -! together on this island, made up of all nationalities; and . seemed to be general satisfaction at every hand with the all-day -.U11 . The first impression of the observer probably had to do with the iu ving made by the National Guard. Not until the full regiment .,s 'nuiight together in Lihue park did many people realize what a r;;e and efficient military establishment had been create...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, IULY 11. m6 0 no (Continued from pajje 1) Mr. MenefoKlio, committer, the same was approved. The financial reports Nos. 185, 185a, 185aa, and 185b for the month of June were referred to Mr. McBryde for report. A request (P 1330) from the county treasurer for an appropria tion of one hundred dollars ($100) for purchasing a 1916 Model lie miiiRton Typewriter for his use was received and the same was granted. Upon motion of Mr. McBryde an appropriation of eight thousand one hundred and fiftv-six and 05 100 dollars ($8,156.05) was ap proved as additional appropria tions for the uses and purposes hereinbelow named, viz: Cty Lot & Bldg 400.00 Discount & Interest 19.84 Water Works: Kawaihau 1,400.00 Rep. Sch. Houses & Tchr's Cottages 600.00 Koloa: Macad: Kukuiolono "00.00 Rds & Bdgs 1,400.00 Lihue: Roads & Bdgs 400.00 Kawaihau: Macad: Kealia 200.00 Papaa-Moloaa do 200.00 400,00 Ilanalei: Macad: Kilauea 1,336.21 Kalihiwai-Hanalei 1 ,500.00 2,836...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY JULY 11. 1916 - Lutr Oratory On Fourth ' (Continued from page 1.) 'til and bring to fruit in the es of aliens a love for their Dpted land: an intelligent un- fistanding of what it means to e undivided allegiance to her ?.nciples. her laws and her gov Sment. These efforts must be among children in order to Ke r.ood root. These are special ues in which to gtt the voung Km thinking about the value f -ss eir country, and helping them 1 become, as one has said , stat ic 1c ;td. he' ran art little Americans; and the st way to become any good thing Hu to begin becoming it as soon as io,viupssible after getting out of swad- as !.rqinK clothes. All, public schools r"e1a.iould te thriving nurseries of n,!K ', mericanism. It is indeed well id ml .Uveci have the Stars and Stripes wav .it wing over every school house, but inch Hiat is not enough; that alone is nerelv mechanical to which minds lreadecome hardened as they become oung iumbeccustomed- levelo In my days of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1916

GOVERNOR'S BALL A SOCIAL FEATURE The Glorious Fourth (Continued from page 1.) the military events of the day be- Ran. SQUAD COMPETITIONS Each of the twelve companies 01 me regiment entered teams for the squad competition. The con test w is swift and spirited. Com panies E and F, hoth of Kealia, a reinforced orchestra and the Lihue brass band. The grand march started at 9 o'clock, after which the regular dance program was entered upon and kept up to an early morning hour. The affair was one of the big nest, swellest and most enjoyable of the week. The Governor's banquet at Ho tel Fairview Thnrsday evening to officers and prominent citizens concluded with a grand ball in Lihue Social hall, attended by prominent people from all parts won fifst al,(l second places, res ot tne island, for the occasion pecuvciy, their scores beinR 74 the hall and lanais were gorgeous-. and Company I,, of Waimea, ly decorated. Music for dancing !was a c'ose third and Company B, w s supplied a part of the t...

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