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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 January 1886

L f ffjr p ' ' ," iv n iwv ry '" t t. ' f JPT iv ja! "itoJ;1; A? " "Vprti iwji'yT W'p i' . v -,; " jm' ,(y- '(lTl1;, , i-W- N -- v. ."11 D A IL Y Press - - - ' -1 i 1 1 1 1 volume r. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 188& NO. no DURING THE WAR. vrjfcsM0ttaI (ftntfjtf. Dueittcss (Hm'tw. lUtsmcejs (Eaibs. Insurance $atkts, Shipping. Shipping. SOUTHERN PUBLISHERS UNDER ADVERSE CIRCUMSTANCES. Thrown Upon Tliolr Own Itosourcos Th Issuo of Cheap Iteiirlnts A List of 1'eriodlcaU Paper and Typography. tOor. Detroit Free Presrt When the war Hues were, drawn along tlio I otonmc and communication with the northern cities thus cut oil, the supply of periodical literature was suddenly stopped and the southern "'peoplo thus thrown on their own resources. There was but one magazine in the Confederacy that could claim the name and that was Tlio Southern literary Messenger, at ono time edited by liilgnr Allan Poo. Hut this maguzino could not supply tho varied tastes of a largo readi...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 January 1886

o j x Jen ri IS PUBLISHED EVEliY MOItNING, Kxoopi BuniWiyH At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. tehms or suHscnxrjcwx. Per annum . .$6,00 Six months.. . 3 ou Three months... 1.50 Per month. .50 CU Postage additional. itS Xut'Hcrtptton I'ttfabtti ttUenyn in ce Brief communication from all parts of the Kingdom Will always be very ncceptnhle. Matter founded for publication In the editorial col tmn should be addressed to Editor Daily HojjoluiU Pfv. communication and advertisements stioutd u3 Addressed ktmply "Itusine&j Manager Daily Honolulu Phk, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands Advertisements jo ensure piompt insertion, should bi handrd in before ft P. St. $K JLuthoritQ. NOTICE All ptnom having garbage, etc., for removal by lie City Scavenger, aie requested to have the me in before 8 o'clock A, M. hour the cartmen are otherwise emplojed, and will not call until the following morniiis, that leaving the boxes or barrels In front of jour premises o'l day. J. N. KAIAIKWVAHA, 87.1m Contractor f...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 January 1886

i:!f!WpIE!&iy'V w w?TWar wt ' 'V' ;. &. HH "" - 1? if ' 35v I' if. r - : lm TUB Jhuty Honolulu )?iw WJU bo forrmlo 'L"titly nl'tlio Pol- lowlnK 1' luces : T. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant itreet T.G.'IHRUM .... Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet l'tve Cents per Copy. X.OOAI. NEWS. The steamer yesterday was unloaded with great dispatch. The Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company has issued a new list of subscribers for custpmers, corrected to date. Chinese carpenters are doing a good business throughout town; in fact they arc doing about all the cheap work tlut is done in Honolulu. Members of the Palace Sund.iy School are respectfully requested to attend the next meeting, of that poli tical institution and buna a bottle of gin with them. , Gold fjsh Were in great demand foi the jlassengcrs on the Australia yesterday. ' The Chinese and natives didjt good business in the fish line while the vessel was in port. There was "steen" hundred police officers watching the steamer Au...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 8 January 1886

f B- -At - & & ir 1 M trrfl .ta.m.mfM.tMt.Xt.rM a ... n. ,, ,. fc..yi i mi m n JJfTiriw T- Farming In IToltnnit. (Naalivlllo American.) Tlio Dutch fnrmor h continually fortll Irlng his form of thirty or forty acres, aud tbirproccss ropentod for some centuries, with no crop to drain tlio substance of tho soil except grass, mnUcs It rival If not surpass In fertility tho famed batiks of tho Nile, Ilo consequently mows four or fivo crops of liny a jenr, nnd gets as ninny tons of good hay from each ncro mowed. This ho carefully packs nway In the' barn, whoro It enn nover got wot OUr pcoplo would naturally .luqulro: "Whuro does his living como from? It docs look strango to tho cotton planter, or corn planter, or vtlient raiser, but ho has solved the question, just ns Tciincssco will do In tho near future llo makes it from his cattlo. Thirty cows in milk tho wholo car round, for ho has n breed that refuses to "go dry, " und ono that has surprised too world with her immonso yield of...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 January 1886

4 ft'' i ' : 1. V Iff & AGE OF GLYCERINE. TONS USED IN THE NEW YOFK AND! PENNSYLVANIA OIL FIELD& The iDTontlon of Oil Well l.Torptloi i i Manufacturers of '- SUootlncc . u OH . Well. "Eighty quarts, or nearly half a barrel, now represents tho average shot. Dynamite squibs have, in a large measure, succeeded tho 'go devil." Tho 'go dovil is a weight which was dropped at the critical moment on the firing head of the tnmoHn ,Ynlni1lnc it. Tho constant en largement of tho cavity In tho oil-bearing rock necessitated something better, and ti.ot ini tiin Hvnumita snulb. While the averago shot is eighty quarts,. there are many firms who think nothing of exploding from two to five barrels of glycerine In a well. The shock, tears out the rock and opens up the clogged veins of oil. The cans in which tho deadly explosive is transported about the field have been enlarged from sit to eight quarts' capacity, and each shooter's wagon carries ten cans, ... ntnlitv nllflrh nf tllBStU J. a. . ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 January 1886

4 Scwtii, I . r Jhtilif !f uimiuiu J?rm IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, ISxoopt Bmicln.yM. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St, tkhms or HumaniPTiox l'er annum ..... . . . $6.00 Six months.. ... 3.0a Three months.. 1.50 Per month.., ...50CW Postage additional 63T Subscription Payable ulicaytt in Ail vnnce Brief communtcatlop from alt parti of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. Matter Intended for publication in the editorial columns should be addressed to Editor Daily Honolulu Pa ess. Dustnes communications and Advertisements should e addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, tfawatian Islands Advertisements, to ensure prompt insertion, should tl - hamlet) in btfcMt) ft.,!. U, - $2 JUtthortftj. i SJ NOTICE. All persons having garbage, etc, for removal by the City Scavenger, ate requested to have the same in eailiness before- 8 o'clock A. M. Aft that" hour the cartmen are otherwise employed, and will not call until the following morning, thus leaving the...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 January 1886

M i m m Tj THE ,-,,, ,"" Vf, .TStif r, p pt M DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1886. Will bo for actio L illy at iho t I. M. OAT, Jr. & Co., ...... Merchant itrect T. O. THRUM CRYSrAL SODA WORKS Hotel street! J'lve On I ; r Co;;. LOOAIi NEWS. The Queen's Own held a meeting at the Armory last evening. . Mr. H. J. Jordan, formerly with Hollisttr & Co., has opened a drug store in Calico, California. There was a good deal of fun on Brewer's wruif yisterdiy afternoon, whf re a crowd of natives had gathered and were catching rati, which are abundant on the wharl. Mr. William Roue, an employee of i'ic nuno hiu turn ivotks, tuea at tne Queen's H spital of lever yesterday morning, lie was buried from the C tliolic Church in the atternooil. A Gospel Temperance meeting, un der the auspices of the V. C. T. U., will be held on the wharf on Sunday afternoon, January ioth, at 3:30 All are cordially invited, especially sailois. Mr. Walter F. Frear has been elected to take the chair ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 9 January 1886

! i.n ft, . Js . ;T m l 1 THE LOVER9.. QoorRO Eliot Two lover hy a spring; They loanod aott oheeks together there, Mingled t be dark and ninny balr, And heard tbo wooing ttiruihos sing. O buldlng time I ' O Ioto'j blest prime I Two poronts by tho evening Are j The red light fell about their kneel On heals that roso by slow degrees Ltko buds upon the lily spire. O patient llfel O tender strife! The rod light shone upon tho iloor And niado tho space- botweou them wide, - They drew tholr chairs up side by side, Their pale obooks jolnod ana said, "Oica morel" O memorial O past that Is I Fhellm O'Toolo, tho Fireman, Now Orleani Times-Democrat, At tbo mooting of tho National Association of Firo Engineers at Lone Branch tho fcaturo of tho reception at tho Ocean hotel was a story told by ox-Chief t'cxton, of St Louis Tliclim O'Toolo, " said Mr. Sexton, "was an Irish sailor, who camo into tho St. Louis fire department while I was tho chief, A better, braver, or hardier workor I never had und...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 January 1886

"$L - B. WILLIAMS, Importer and Dealer in i'nrnliir of Evertf Description. Also Upholsterer and Manufacturer. Furniture Warerooms No. tit Fort Street. Work-shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly attended to. 242-303 & COOKE, Shipping and Commission MerchantH, No. 80 Kino Street Honoluli IMPORTERS AND DEALER1 IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Agents lor The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation. The Alexander & Baldwin Plantation. R. Halstead, or Waialua Plantation. A, H. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai. J. M." Alexander, Haiku, Maul. The Haiku Sugar Company. The Kohala Sugar Company. Hamakua Plantation The Union Insurance Company of San Franicsco. 1 he New England Life Insurance Company of Bostoi. The Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston D. M, Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines. The New York and Honolulu Picket Line, 'the Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco Dr. Jaynes Son's Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox Gtbb's Singer Manufacturing Company. Wheelei & Wils...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 January 1886

;i w lb $ c. y :'i ti : V l f. lk W 16 . r; 'if r. ' 5, f lY ht i ji i. t:kce W Jlmfy Ifmtululu JPras IS PUBLISHED EVEIIY MORNING, 12xc?ii. SumliiyH. At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. tkrms or titiltSOMPTlOX. Per annum... $600 Mx months 300 Three irionths., 150 Per Inonth. ...'. socts 1'oslage additional., UT Subserlpiton I'ayaMe nlirnyt in Advance Brief communication from all mrt of the Kinsdom willalwaji he very acceptahle. Matter intended for publication in the editorial columns should lie to ,(' .Ei'lfOR DilLY HoNOLUllt Tnitss. Business communications and aaveruiemcntt should e addressed simply "Hnsinesi Manager, " Daiu l'unss, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands JJ Advertisement,to ensure insertion, should hnnded In before A p. M. vnw - uthoritu. NOTICE. All persons hiving garbage, etc, for removal by ire City Scavenger, ate requested to have the same in "eadiness before 8 o'clock a. k. Afttr that hour the cartmen are otherwise employed, and will not call until the following morning, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 January 1886

''WfwWwFFr?! " "&." "flwi e y-- n" " "fHlf u DAILY HONOLULU PRESS,, MONDAY, JANUARY n, 1886. v; . - 1 m V v I:. JProlij Jfotmlulu J?m$ "Will bo for Htilo I vilyut Iho l?oV lowlnst llnoe : T. M. OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street T. O. THRUM . . . . Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS .. ..Hole) streeet J'Hva Colts per Copy, LOCAL NEWS. i' It is whispered about that the police are on another opium scent. 'The steamer Alameda is due here from the Colonies on next Saturday. The St. Paul has not been telephoned up to the' time we go to pi ess. The Y, M C; A. class meets at half-past seven o'clock this evening. . No news lu3 ns yet been heard of the sclioum r Drtmitil.i, which left here for Hdo, Hawaii, four weeks ago to-day. The new two-story brick building belonging to Mr. J, T. Wnterhouse, on Qiieen street, is fast nearing completion. Their Majesties the King and Queen and suite returned, from the other Islands by the Kinau last Saturday. The Postofficc robbery still remains a mystery. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 11 January 1886

O it-.. WiHmnnWWrtM't'1 a.f juwm. "svr ii a DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, JANUARY n, 1886. in 1 "1""t f!? ssss fie w"gJWE Mmi!Ht I ft HJ. General ucrticcmcnts. (Ecncrol Jtfibcrjtatcttte. Scnct'.tl cHubcrttccmcnto. fficitcntl U)bcrii0cmcitiGf. (Scitcwl 5liuctji8cmcttt6. THE CLAYEATER3 OF MARYLAND. a -14 " b&. lf" iir ' i0 :!' I i '!! Vs i . Tlio Sorry Specimens of Humanity XVho Inhabit tlia Eastern Shore Ualtlmoro Cor. Chicago Tribune.) Tho eastern slioro of Maryland lias not only been brought into promlnonco by tho vroudorful oystor bods that lino It, but also by somo of tho qucor pooplo who Inhabit tho almost uulnhabltablo portions of It. A groat swamp oxtends through Wicomico and Worcester Counties. It produces flno oypross, and is tho homo of tha inoit venomous snakes. It Is also tho homo of tho "swampors" and clay-eaters. These aro not reptiles or animals, but people, human boings, most of whom havo novcr Boon a railroad, hoard a locomotive-whistle, or voted any ticket It Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 January 1886

.' f , t s ,vr? - .4'' i 4 '".. was o 7??"sft"S)qiiv!" ktwwPi 1ST' "',?,W(W5Wlffv','w'!, 'wi5r?PTMW"ptrT "Wr!Wf, n h ii. . " . .&. y Daily Press. TflFKWW , VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1886. NO. 113 A LESSON IN SPANISH. A Stranger from Iho Knit dots Caught on tlio 1'ronunolntlou. Albuqitorqua (N. JI.) Deniocrat A. fov Jays tlnco a strangar from tlio A wild of the eait. vflierp was born and tondorfoet" attain tboir hlglioit Btato of MjiHlttvoiiosi, camo out td Albuquorquo to visit n friend. Wbllo walking along Hallroad nvun'uo ho said to liia frlonds - , "Thoro goos a man I mot up at La Junta," giving tho J It") natural pronunciation. "You moan Lallunta," tlio frlotidropllod. "That Is a Spanish name, and ' In that language j takes the Round of h." "Is that sof Well, 1 must try to catch on to - that" After strolling along a short dlstanco further ho akod: "Whoro are those Jemos springs, of which No. I soo so much In tho paper-!'' "You should say Hayme...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 January 1886

J)mfy 3 xmoluht JPrra IS PUBLISHED EVERY MtHlJING, ISxoopt Suiiiluy. At the Office, No; 29 Merchant St. ..T. V. . '. tkiimb or auiisoniVTios. Per annum i.$6.oo Six months t t ... 3.00 Three monthi., t l.jo rr month. '..WC Jcu ' Postage additional.. alieay in A lira nee Brief communitatton't from all parts of the Kingdom will always be very acceptable. . , , Matter intended for publication in the editoiial columns should be addressed to ' 1,,,,iioiTOR,DA'li.V Honolulu lWv U)l' tlS' ii ' , ' 1 , . 11 Butlnesi communication ana nuvenisements should e addressed simply "Business Manager," Daily Honolulu Press, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Advertisements,, to tensure prompt Insertion, should b handed in befnte 6'K M. "!?! JAY.". JAN. is, 1886 THE WORLD'S COMMERCIAL CENTER. The world's commercial center is like the center of gravity in a child's rubber ball, and carries the- toy of wealth wherever the fortuitous application of forces sends it. By analogy we often carry the material laws of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 12 January 1886

W v.t( r, fi -If. $? - , Vs -' I f K .. 4 - I r ki rp THE $mli Ifatmlitlit $W$ "Will bo foi Halo 1) tllv ut tin- 1jIuooh : ' fiYiifff Co Merclunt street l.O. 1IIKUM tort strut CRYSTAL bODA WORKS .Hotel tie"! l'lvc Cents rf Copy LOCAL NEWS. The hack drivers were busy last evening. Services will be held in the different churches to-morrow evening. The steamship Zealandia is due to day, en route Horn the Colonics to San Francisco. The steamer Likelikc took yesterday a large vacuum pan for Waihee plantation, Maui. Menibtis ol the Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club meet in the club house at half past seven o'clock this -evening. The V. M. C. A. singing class meets this evening at half-past seven o'clock. All mtfrnbcis ate requested to be present. 1 Twenty five tins of opium were seized in a Chinese store at Kahului by Custom House OfficeT Sheldon, of that place. The new residence of Mr. Williams, thcflight house keeper, is almost completed. A wharf has been run from the light-house to the resi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 January 1886

L Jfc 4'"" iKf rnww THE J)mlij 3p miotolu 3?rs$s IS PUBLISHED EVE11Y tfMOJttflNG ' Kxoie"HuiuliyH. At the Office No. 2jf Merchant St. v TEK.US of avnsvuirrios. . Pernnum. $600 Sucmonths .. ... ....... 3 . Th menjhj1! i.so 'Pci'nurtilK' 5 INjsugj aJJitional. .,, 1ST Subscription I'uiiahle nUeajs in Advance Drief communications from All parti of tlie Kingdom will always be very accrptatlt. Matter intended for publication in th editorial colgmni should baddrcd to EDITOR DAILV Itll'IOLVLV i'ntsn, bjinescommuMcations,nnd auvtrrutments should e addressed simply "Itusincss Manager," Daily IIoiolvlu 1'hess ll6nolulu, Hawaiian Islands Advertisements, to tmure prompt insertio'n, should b banded in before 6 P. M WEDNESDAY...... J AN. 13, t88fi .THE NEW CANDIDATES. The Opposition candidates for the district of Honolulu are now before the people. The ticket is a strong ond and will, at least, have the confidence even of its opponents. The candidates who have "consented to stand for the Honolulu ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 January 1886

t m fr, othce win io fov ttio i itivnt tin lowlnir. J"1iiooh : J' .?,!.?.' Co Merchant tlreet T. 0,'lHRUM tortured CRYSTAL SODA WOKKS Hold slreee! Ttve Cent Copy, LOCAL NEWS. The King's Own were on the streets drilling hist evening. Police officers are on a still hunt for the Postoffice robber still, very still. I The steamer St. P.uil is advertised to sail fur San Francisco next Fiiday, the 15th inst. The Honolulu Rifles held a drilt meeting at the armory last evening. A ery small number were present. The band concert at the Emma 1 mare last evening was well attended, and some fine selections were played. - Purser Wilhelm, of the steamer Planter, and Pursei Webster of the steamer Iwatahi, have changed positions f r a few trips. Mr. Goldberg returned from the Cojst by the St. Paul yesterday, bringing with him a fine stock of furnishing goods, hats, etc., for his new stoie, corner of Merchant and Fort streets. The new bathing house between the Marine Railway and the Myrtle is not pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 January 1886

L Q GEMS. k& nuoli ' I breathing cetuelosjly, With mlmlo BUifta mid swell, Tliu luuslo of, the ton. 1 And so, doop In my hoort, $ That rondo nn empty cholco, Rings clonr, while yonrj depart, Tho musto of her voloo. K. Munklttnok In Otitltig. Oh, touch that row bud It will bloom, My lady falrl A passionate red In dim, green gloom, A joy, a splou lor, a porf uuio Tuat sleeps In air. You touchod my noart; It gavo a thrill Just liko a ro'e That opens nt n lady' will; , Its bloom is always yours until You bid it clos(. Mortimer Collins. Itaro form, deep oyos, fair forehead wreathed about "With sunniest curM child's mouth and voice liko lore's Mo3t tender cadence in the coo ot dovoJ Aiheortt sad miraclol the heart's left out! , Anon. ON THE MOUNTAIN TOP. A Carious, Mottor Collection of Pooplo In Scnrnli of Vitro Air and Sunihlno. (Elizabeth B. Custer's Cntskllls Lettor. To eat your dinner and uot lot ouo ot tho 900 guests who pass you going down tho long dining-room oicapo your notice...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 January 1886

O d o H GO O OS "3 be fl o IMPORTANT REASONS Why Hall's Safe & Lock Go's Safes & Locks are the Best ! CD OWING to tho many varieties and styles of so-called Burglar and Fire-proof Safes and Bank Locks made by the many manufacturers, all of whom strive to place, their work upon the same footing of merit as ours, wc deem it necessary to give you some of the most important features claimed for our improvements, and leave you to judge of the comparative merits of all. Our President, J. L. Hall, Esq., has been practically engaged in the manufacture of Safes and Locks for the past thirty-five years, and lias practically familiarized himself with the art of Safe and Lock making the required security demanded and the methods of how burglars have operated in all the important bank robberies through out the country, consequently he has taken out letters-patent for the many improvements which we now combine in the construction of our work, and for which We claim for II 'all's Patent Do...

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