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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 January 1887

Pacific evening The volcano Wednesday night Eyw f trsr THE Bllltf IDsISH SVlU be fov unlo Dally ot the lowliio IJlnoo T 0 THRUM Forjttreet 1 H SOPR Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS - rtHotel Stteet Jrlcf O Oenln MONDAy1 JANUARY 4o 1887 LOALNEWS Hose Company meets this was very active last The Kinau leaves on her volcano trip nt four this afternoon Stt -I II ll I liim The lower end of Punchbowl street 11 an unmitigated swamp The scats- are largely taken for the performance this ocning Many people visited the Chilian training ship Pilcomayo yesterday His Majesty is going to Kona Ha waii on or about the 19th inst m m m win 1 Union evening prayer meetings will be held all this week at the Lyceum No band concert to night on account of A Scrap of Paper at the Opera House Stsl Hiiiw St Albans and resume operations to day St I ouis colleges after the hoidas Mr Henry J Hart shipped two cases of curjos to Portland Oregon by the bark Ceylon for San 1rancisco - The book keeping class at the Y...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 10 January 1887

i fcrsffirgnrwi t r li fLLILttd IJUiCOl TUa frtooullgut seemed Wrtal llw vile Tba tors LeilreWfd Iho iiurt ilkd Ab Armor scattered 9Cnl2 Tba airs of night Weft quiet M the brentlt of allien sails And all your words were sweeter than tire noted of nightingales lUlleo Legard I In tho garden there alone With ytmr figure carved of fervor M the Payette carved of stone There came to me no murmur of tho fountains undertone Bo mystically musically mellow as your own You whispered low Ulllco oo low the leaves were mute And tho echoes tattered breathlessly In your Totals Tata pursuit And there died tho distant dalliance of the dera lute And I held you in my bovom ai the hiuV may hold tho fruit Ulileo I listen Ibelkjreyoul In my bliss What were all the worlds above me since I found you thus In this Let them reeling reach to win roe even heaven I would mlm araspfag carthwnrd I would cling here though I clung by Just a Vim I And 1 said tho stars should slacken In their paces through the vnstj Th...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 January 1887

VOL I i ulhociti Hon 1 lVilila ha tliis day been appointed Deputy M1tnl11l of the Hawaiian Kingdom vice D Dayton 1V resigned JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU Honolulu Jan I 1887 C J McCarthy HAS RMEIVKf FkOM Sii Kranciaco per Mailpow ami other late nrrivalt a tery choice collection uf clears and smokers artlclet consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Duettas Lit tle Dudes Triplets Cnerubs and Ute Fine Flor do Cuba Ato tome Full Ureta Iet Sweet Capon ami other popular brand of Cigarette Dont forget to come and try lome of thec fine good which can be had at 107 FORT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TMIi UNDCRSICNCI HAVING L been duly appointed Administratrix of the estate ol Keont Kami lateol Honolulu deceased all persons liivinc claim against the laid estate are notified that they mutt prevent the tame duly verified and with proper vouchcti tn the underlined within U months from date of ihU notice or they will be for cTcr baued and all persons Indebted to Mid ettatc are riuecu in make immouuic p...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 January 1887

V - UX3 fryy Tim Daily Herald IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS for the Pkopkictor nv tub Pkm romiinitmiCoV LIMITED At hOnloo No SOMorohtmt St TEitus or svnscitiiTiox Fcr annum 4no SU month 3o Thre month 15 I Vr month 5 Pcnuje additional jUT Qiibrrltlaii idjobV iti tilriuirr Brief communication from all nitsof thr Kingdom will alwayi be acceptable Alt mtttr Intemled for nubllcatton AS well aft lUi n communication and advertisements tliould be addreueu to THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY JANUARY n 1887 THE MINISTERS PLEDGE The Advertiser argues that a transac tion is all right the parallel of which would not be sustained by any court of justice in a matter of ordinary business A correspondent furnishes what we did not hare when criticising the action of the Finance Minister in surrendering the security of Messrs Sprcckcls Co That is the thing that the former Min ister of Finance cneaced to do It was to hold the bonds so long as the bank continued to do business or until ninety per ce...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 January 1887

Tjie Daily Herald tjj sj ibr biiIu Dnlly at Uio ITol lowliitt IPluoon T 0 THKUM I H SUf I CRYSTAL SODA WORKS 1rlcjo D Cotits As a true tonic effective genuine ppaethcr Duffys unexcelled Hotel Street rUESDAY JANUARY it 1887 LOALNEAVS The Inter Island Steam Navigation romnanv lias declared a dividend of 10 dollirs per share I II II Captain Kibling of the schobner Emma reports very bad weather along the coast of Kauai i 1 The Mutual Telephone Co has placed an instrument in the Clerks Office of the Supreme Court 1 There was no union prayer meeting last night nor will there he to night on account of the unsettled weather Tenders for advertising and printing for the Government arc receivable till to day at the Interior Department 1 Twenty New Hebrides natives were sent to Kcaha Plantation Kauai by the steamer James Mnkce last evening Eugene St Mark was arrested last evening for assault and battery on Opt Schnauer of the barkentinc Wrestler Common nuisance assault and bat tery and drunk on...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 January 1887

mSSMSmm RMPT1 CASTLES THEIR RICH OWNERS NOT FITTED TO BE COUNTRY GENTLEMCN H l One Thing to IIbvk it onnlrjr Siilt unit Quit intliir Thing t hr nt iiiimi an i HUpi in it a Remark Kvliltilt There la r tendency nmnnK men of large wealth ssJdareal estate dealer down town to establish 1m countrj bottses near v- York and lire after the English fashion The seek to make their country place tin- home t the family II n iiiuii sonndtng title dream f establish In n famlli which shall stand high in the county iimi main asms tor Itself in h dosen honorable ways They take a fur nlshed honse In town fur the soason Jnsl as the Englishman does for eight weeks in London This i prowing more prac Ueable here than formerly as the season grows short every year We can all of ua remember when society came imrk to New York on Bepl I and stayed ill luiir Now November Is considered early December acceptable but Jan i the really proper time This gives an oppor tnnltj for spending Christmas t the conntrj bouse ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 January 1887

VOL I For Hongkong and Mollis AND Back to Honolulu The Fait SalllnR Vessel Firstclasi Iniurancc risk 1098 tons register will leave or the above portion the 311 of January ami return to Honolulu leaving Honultorig and Yokohama In March and April respectively The vessel U superior fitted for carrying passengers in cabin und be tween deck N Low rates Tor freight nnrf passage will be charged Apply to PAUL BOHM 8t King- street or laS Bcretania street Telephone 36 C J McCarthy MAS RECEIVED FROM San Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars and smokers articlcf consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Duettas Lit tle Dadts Triplets Cncrubj and the Fine Flor de Cuba Atio some Full Dress Pet Stleet Caporal and othei popular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to come and try ionic of these fine guods which cm be had at 107- FOItT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING JL been duly appointed Administratrix of the estate of Keone Itspu late...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 January 1887

1 I t 7 IK I ml t I frlWdfclatdli iTAttS wt Tiffi DAL Herald 13 PUULISHEU EVERY MORNiNG EXCEPT SUNDAYS rnii Tim PjomuroR tub Pkkm PibliiiinqCo Liuitkd At hnOlfloo No eoarprohrmt St rs TKICHS Of HVUSCllllTJOX I Pf nnnm 4 a W J six niomni j Thrt monthj 5 Ptrmonth ia PotKge id Jitional W SubttrlpHoti taiiabtf In Ailntute Brief communication from nil pntuof the Kingdom will always Ix acctptabte Atl mauro Intended for publtcat Ion at veil a lmi nesi communication and advertiwinenlt ihoulJ I addressed to THE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY JANUARY 13 1887 THE ENGAGEMENT The public will find below a copy of the undertaking entered into by Messrs Claus Sprcckcls Co with all persons becoming patrons of their bank It is the advertisement issued by that firm on beginning the business of bankers BANK NOTICE Notice is hereby given -that Claus Sprcckcls and W G Irwin have this day jcstablishcd a Bank of Deposit and Savings at Honolulu H I under the name of Bank of Deposit arid Savings of Claus Spreckels C...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 January 1887

fconinnMSw atitttK Tile Daily Heiuli Will 1 Ajf Halo TJnlly ut the lowlnjs T 0 THRUM ForHireel J II SOPKR Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Prior ri Cento WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1887 LUALNEWS The Mrgnt Lovc marrhge will take place this evening Yesterdays Gazelle was accompa nied by n neit calendar in three colors Captain Lee of the barkentine Dis covery has our thanks for late San Francisco papers The S S Australia with news to the 5th will be due from San Francisco- to day jThc Chilian training ship Pilcomayo sails for San Francisco to morrow She -will be towed out of the harbor by the tug Elcti Dr Goto has now eighty patients under treatment in the Knkaako leper hospital Three of his patients were dfsdiarged as cured a few days ago Mr C J Wilson Superintendent of Water Works rivcs authoritative notice in this paper regarding the hours for applying for water for ships Hnlu the diver drowned on Mon day was leader of the riots on the side of Qifcen Emma when the present -...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 January 1887

e f v 8- rv 5i - mmmm A ar nn THE DISHEARTENING UXPERIEtfCES OF AMERICAN SINGER9 IN ITALY TVonliMle lrlma Donnna Ititliteeljr foeccetl by Itnllnn Oporollo Agent Debutante THioio Tlrit Appearance U Thetr Lrit A IVord of Wnrulnfc In tbo twelve years that I have lived abroad I bavo known hundreds of yoUtig American girls who havo corno to Eu rope to study singing Thrco of tho numbor achieved a positive and durable success namely Mario Van ZanL Emma Xernda ond Ella Russell Of the rest nome few nre ranking n precarious liv ing ill paid working hard hissed in ono Italian town if applauded In another Othora have gone homo tired out With tho olfort to gain a foothold whero tho ranks nro already overcrowded and havo settled down to tcnchlng or to choir sing ing A well known American bnrltono onco told mo that when ho was on n con cert tour through tho west thoro was Hcarcoly a town to which tho trdupo came in which ho did not fall In with anmn vnuncr nlrl Rtienklnrr Italian ad mirably and si...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 January 1887

Aamiiifeiis VOL I For Hongkong id Yokohama AND Back to Honolulu Tlie Frist Sailing Vessel FIrt clasS Insurance risk loriS Innt teeUtet will leave for llio Wwc poition the 31st of lanuary ana return to Honolulu leavim llonijkonB anil Vokohama In March anil April -respectively The vessel Is superior filled for carrying passenger in caliln unt be tween deck Low rates for freight and passage will be charged Apply to IAUL 110IIM Si King street or US Beretanla street Telephone 36 i C J McCarthy IIAJ RKCEIVFD FKOM San Francisco per Maripou and other late arrivals a very choice collection uf cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Opera Duettai Lit tle Dude Triplet Cnerubs nd the Fine Flor de Cub Atj4om Full Dress Ieli Sweet Caporal and other popular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to come and tiy some of thesis fine cools which m be had at 107 FORT STItEET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TME UNDEltsiiNin having 1 been duly apootnted AdinlnlsiratrW of me estate 01 Krone Kat...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 January 1887

fee in ii i i The Daily Herald IS PUHLIsHM EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS rjK TH PnOt MX J V tm Pb PusLISHIIioCo I norm hfOnUi N Q9M hint Mt rKfiWs if sf HSfllllTlO Ptr annum Voo Sin montns I 0 Thr mniitlw -5 Pnmonih - Postage aiMitionnl Snhrriptln Imtabr in Ailrnnrr Brief communicstioiis from all parts of ih Kimtoin will always b acceptable All matters intervlel fir publication as wellas n mmunications anil adVerliement should I addressed to THE HU MrR M THURSDW I VNTARY 13 I THE SUGAR OM PI OK The Sin Francisco Bulletin reviews the sugar trade for 1SS6 and discusses its prospects for 1887 It refers to the expansion of the business of the American refinery under the contracts with Hawaiian planters giv ng it about two thirds of the sugar crop of tin islands for three years one of which has run and savs it is thonght this year will give the American a still larger proportion of the Hawaiian en p as the result of negotiations made a few week- ago Although the improvements at this refin...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 January 1887

The mail Australia brought 34 baasof 1 1 m Pacific Hose Company will have drill at 7130 this evening Messrs C Urewer Co havq a most important notice to all persons desirous of procuring goods by direct ships from the East The steamer Explorer will be low ered from the Marine Railway this morning On Monday the Wilder S S Kituu will be hauled up for her regular cleaning - Yestcrdajs Herald inadvertently married Mr N S Sachs before his wedding cake was baked The blunder is deeply regretted on account of the indirect jiuuoyarrcc it has caused that gentleman Seven Eastern tourists arrived by the S S Australia yesterday They are a detachment from the Raymond excursionists recently arrived at tlit Coast They are staying at the Ha waiian Hotel More will arrive by next stcitner and a still larger party later The Oceanic Companys brigantincs Consnefo and the V O Irwin sailed for Sjn Francisco at two oclock ujy altcrnoon both vessels ratum edhcalth the Herald tenders congra tulaUons and wishes...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 January 1887

Iiiil illWiiiiiiil Iiuiiiii i iiiiiOiiiO CAM Ofl Tift tSSANE hm THt NECR6MANGY OF KINDNESS AS ILLUSTRATED IN WISCONSIN Taking rutlfnt tint oftlia Strult Jacket In Charge nf a llmmtny Ucfoct In thu lrcaent Method of Xrunilni tliolttaauo A Wolulcrfitl Man It wns in n parlor car en route from Chicago to Madison Wis ono ovcnuifr that tho representative of Thfc Times was iwynkenetl from n roverle or n by tlio sotmd of n volco It was n volco that mado Itself hoard with distinct ness nbovo the roar of tho vhccl3 and tlio obstreperous rumbling of tho train It thus spake i Myers Bald ho would tako her and they said they wished htm good luck tit lliough they wcro suro ho couldnt do any thing with her Sho wad n bad ono nud no mistake They had kopt her in a tnry with a strait jacket becauso shod tear off every stitch of her clothes and when sho had nn opportunity shed break every dish sho could get at Theyd been feeding her In u tin dish which was passed to her through n holo In her cell Tho on...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 January 1887

For ft- VOL I -AND - Back to Honolulu The Fast Sailing Vessel Ilut clasj Insurance risk 1098 tons register will leave for the above ports on the 31st of January nnd return to Honolulu leaving Hongkong and Yokohama In March and April respectively Tho vessel is superior fitted for carrying passengers In cabin and be tween deck Low rates for freight and passage will be charged Apply to IAUL UOHM 8l King street or 138 Beretania street Telephone 36V C J McCarthy HAS RECEIVED FROM Stn Francisco per Mariposa and other late arrivals a very choice collection of cigars and smokers articles consisting in part of Havana Cheroots Operas Ducttas Lit tle Dudes Triplets Cherubs and the Fine Flor de Cuba Also some Full Urcus Tel Sweet Caporal and other popular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to come nnd try some of these line goods which can be had at 107 JFOItT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Tiin UNDERSIGNED HAVING JL been duly appointed Administratrix of ine estate 01 Keonc Kanu late or Honolulu de...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 January 1887

It 1 u 4 vim nayTftflM Tins DAILY ilElULD IS VUM1SHKD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS OK TtU PnorMITUII tt Tilt WkUlPtf lUiHIHO V Limited1 ho omoD No CD Marohiinl St TERMS Ol SOllSOMlTWX Per annum Six moMhs Thre months IV month Pottage additional 000 300 150 50CU MT SubterlitUnn Payable In Aitritner Brief communications from all ratttot tlie Kingdom will always be acceptable All nutters intended for puUiotion at rellas luit mm communication and advrrtitements should I addrewd 10 THE DAILY HKRALD FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1S87 THE SUGAR DUTY On December 18 the day that Mor risons tariff bill repealing the duty on sugar and other articles was defeated in the House the Washington Republi can replied to charges of the Southern press that the Republicans were aban doning their protection principles in supporting the proposal to repeal the sugar duty The pith of the article is comprised in the following extract showing how the opponents of the sugar duty reconcile their position with pro tection vie...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 January 1887

li ifJls w11 rn i am7Mm iiusliiLillrliiTfrgc Jla i Tub Daily Heiiali YVlU bo fbr Halo Dully nt tho lowlnu Pluueu f 0 THRUM tori street i 1 SOPER Merchant street CRVSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Jrtco O Contn FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1887 U0ALNEWS Last day for water rates Mill aiSHHtasf The weekly drill of the Honolulu Rillcs took place nt their armory last evening Mr Morgan sold the plants but not the leaseol the Morris place Kalihi yesterday The Oceanic S S Mariposa from the Colonies for San Francisco may be signalled any hour to day Majdr A S Bender and Mr Wm Larscn have each presented the Hono lulu Library with an assortment of books Hit ssm The new stern wheel steamer belong ing to Mr M Robinson left for Pearl River on her first trip early yesterday morning - 1 Last evening a lamp hanging in the cabin of the ship Mercury exploded but the flames were extinguished be fore any damage was done Mr C H Wilson chief engineer of the Fire Department has received through Messrs Allen Robins n arn...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 January 1887

To tlny attho liousoof a mutual friend I met n Nineteenth century heroine a Jimu girl who vrcnra upon her breast a niish gold medal that was presented to licr by tit legislature of tho state of Iownsome yen in r n n mark of Its appreciation of her womlr fnl courage and proenro of mind T f erect and well proportioned with her ili i bright eyes rosy cheeks nnd clear feattirrs forming a charming plctunr ttrong truo American womanhood 17 Shelley of Boone In Is a girl that father or any jtnto might Ikj proud of I tonlay 21 years old hut she was onl when by an act of daring bravery shvi tho Admiration nnd gratitude of tho poop her native itato and madd her name fa mot among them About dark on July 0 1881 a wind m rain utonn of unarnlleled severity burst o r Kato 8hellcy8 homo In tho country neat Honey creek Tho Dos Alolncn river tko sit feet nnd every crook was over Its banks bi loss than an hour Tho window of this linwo girls room commanded a vlow of tho Homy Creek railroad bridge Peerin...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 January 1887

VOL I For Honekone ami Yokohama AND Back tojkmolulii The Fust Silling Vessel lfirt clas Insurance risk 1098 lorn rcRister will leave for the above ports on the 31st of January and return to Honolulu leaving Hongkong and Yokohama In March and April respectively The vessel h superior fitted for carrying pnsengcr In cabin And be twecn deck Low rates for freight and passage wilt be charged Apply to PAUL 110HM 81 Kbtg street or laS Derctanla street Telephone 363 C J McCarthy IIA1 KECrlVFD FKOM San 1ranclsco per Mariposa and other late arrivals n very choice collection of cigars and smokers articles consisting in part or Havana Cheroots Operas Duettos Lit tle Dudes Triplets Ctierubs and the Fine Flor dc Cuba Aso some Full Dress lct Sweet Caporal and other popular brands of Cigarettes Dont forget to come and try home of these line goods which can be hau at 107 FORT STREET ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THE been duly Appointed Administratrix of the estate of Kcone Kami late of Hon...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 January 1887

i i I i f t i The Daily Heealb tS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS OK th Pkimibtox ir Tilt P luauiiuiOCo Limited hn Oflloe No 530 Morohurtt St trims ohmsvitsontiiioS Per annum SU montnl Thrc month t Pet month Ioaage additional 4eo J CO IJO 50CU IT Hubtcrlj4lont Vayat In J tint ore rWief comtaunicaliont from all fjart of the kingdom will alwayt t accyab All nutter Intended for buMicalton at welt at Iaiv nen communications and adrcrtcments ahouM t addreaiet to THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY JANUARYS iS8f A SCANDAL Some wealthy Chinamen arc said to have paid seventy or eighty thousand dollars bet them for the opium license that they did not get The money is alleged to have been paid te an official who had no more to do with the license under the law than the man in the moon If the foolish Celestials who so easily parted with their money prosecute the person who acted as mid dle man to get the boodle for gross 1 heat in obtaining money under false pretences they are themsehes in danger...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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