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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 11 October 1894

V< >L. 4. NO. 34. 0 LAWS IN ALASKA Congress to be Asked to Do Something for Her. IMMIGRANTS ARE VERY ANXIOUS aw g Are Badly Needed Which Will Establish Closer Relations Between Alaska and the States—They Want a Dele**** in Congress. ashis< roir, October 6.—An attempt is to be made during the coming session of Congress to enact legislation for the better governing of Alaska. Persons w ho have gone to that Territory and made investments are anxious to have laws which will make secure property, and which v ill also establish closer com mercial relations between the Territory nd the United States. It has been sug gested that one of the first steps toward bringing Alaska into closer communica tion "with the United States and making it more useful to the government would be to reorganize the Territory as others have been organized and send a delegate to Congress to represent it, who will point out the needs of the people to the legislators. This idea is com batted by those who cl...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 11 October 1894

The Islander Entered at the puatonVe in Friday Harbor as leeond class mail matter. SI"IWCKII'TION I'KM X, fl.:>Opor year Strictly in advance AI>VEnTISIN«J KATES : Display Standing ads, 25 cents per inch, per week, single column measurement. Heading business locals, 20 cents per lino per v%*eok. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. j All communications to Turn Islander ; must be signed with the name of the j writer, not necessarily for publication, but as guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, OCT. 11th, l»t The Official Paper of San Juan County. A. J. PAXBON, Editor and Prop. Farmer Tullock for Representative. W. C. Jones, Republican aspirant for the senate, will speak at Roche Harbor Oct. 23d. W. H. DooLiTn.E. republican candidate for re-election to congress will speak in San Juan county on November the Ist. We wish it to be understood that we receive no ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 11 October 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. John 11. McGraw Governor,-----""" Frank H. Luce Lieutenant H Pri(>e £vrewry «'l ; " •••• Ozro A. Owen State I ■'■■ •:•""' lIVV W C Jones Attorney ." instruction Chas. W. Btan ciipi 1 : iccinnnr iW T Forrest ijiiKi < oinnu SM<l .". John -Wilson iMiu.'!'1--1" a | '.".'. John Ii Allen c g S(>n:«t"» rs' {...... w c squire SITRKME COURT. T J Anders Chief Justice \" .' R O Dunbar "■ J P Hoyt ,-iate Justices, \ ; C P Styles A 9500 ( Elnion Scott COI'NTY OFFICERS. r. idee J 1C Winn sup*1 ri ".; .iI.** " Geo. A. Kllsperman County ' »«* John Edens Joint ><'lf;;[:;, '.I J. E. Tucker Ker rescntati%e j L Murray Kpeor.'.d CM. Tucker Treasurer •—• ( , l. Carter . _.«. ':::::; J. 11. Nichols Commission*^' y- Wesley Warner *■ .... W.H. Thacker attorney Ashton W. Thomas Sherirt '" ' E W Harrison Assessor C E Cantine Surveyor..-..-» •- R M v\ansbrough gapt of Schools Dr . G eo. S. Wright ggS i - '"sOmrt H DAIIiSOD -: THE : San Juan County Bank —:of...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 11 October 1894

PEKING IS IN A PANIC Chinese Army at Wiju on Yalu River Mutinies. CHINA IS PERFECTLY HELPLESS Tro..p« Throw Away Their Anns Because They Have No Ammunition and Can Get None — Rebellion Against the Blanchurian Dynasty. New York, September 30.—A special from Shanghai gays that the Chinese army at Wiju on the Yalu river, which is opposing the advance of the main Japanese army, has mutinied. The men are throwing away their arms, because they have no ammunition, being cut off from supplies. The Chinese defenses have completely collapsed, and are now only a farce. There is a panic in Peking, and the very name of Japan inspires terror everywhere. China is perfectly helpless. REBELLION BEFORTED. London, September 30.—A dispatch from Vienna says a semi-official tele gram from St. Petersburg announces that the Russian government has learned of a rebellion against the Manchurian dy nasty. LI HUNG CIIANG TO TAKE THE FIELD. Shanghai, September 30. —It is re ported that the Emperor has granted Li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 18 October 1894

VOL. 1- NO. 35. MEETING OF BANKERS Welcomed to Baltimore by Mayor Latrobe. I ANNUAL CONVENTION i Will Petition the United ... < ongreM for a Change in the Act iv Order to Secure a „.,<> ( nrreoey. 11 tober 12.—The twen . en tion of the American | a of Bankers convened in house at 10:30. Every sec inion is represented. Secre- | - the crowds' check for j , ould be cashed. Addresses re made by John P. Poe and , Chairman of the Balti g house. Mayor Latrobe's elcome was responded to by ' White, who in turn was fol- j , Myron T. Herrick of Cieve ject was the newspaper duence on finance in association will petition Con : the following amendment .-.; banking act for the pur- ' ;j^ a safe and elastic The provision of the na- ' liking act requiring the deposit ecure circulating notes here -hall be repealed. I of the banks to issue cir - to the amount of 50 per paid-up, unimpaired capi ; > a tax of one-half of 1 upon the average amount of itstanding for the year; and al circulation...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 18 October 1894

The Islander Entered at tho postoffice in Friday Harbor a.« second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PKICK, 11.50 per year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, 25 cents per inch, per week, single oclmnn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc.. 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 conts per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tiik Islandeh must bo signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, OCT. IMb, ISM. The Official Paper of San Joan County. A. J. PAXSOX, Editor and Prop. POPULIST STATE TICKET. For Congress— W. P. C. ADAMS, Whatcom County. J. C. VAN PATTEN, Columbia " For Supreme Judges— H. L. FORREST, Thurston County. J. M. READY, Kittitas County. For State Senator: "i-d District— EDMUND C. NoRDYKE, San Juar. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Congress — H. F. HEI'STON, T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 18 October 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. t.T.*TE OFFICERS. John 11. MeGraw Governor-- • ■• •;;:;;-;V or Frank H. Lnce Lieutenant < £ver James H. Pn«-e Secretary ° 'Jp 6"; Ozro A. Bowen ££t« I WC Jones AU-^'f^s ruction Chas.W. Ban supt 1ll!lli • inner W T Forrest Sod 1!U >sl°n .'.■......J0hn L Wilson Pongress wBU""| John B Allen rrgSenators, {";" W C Squire SUPREME COURT. T J Anders Chief Justice • R O Dunbar C ! ■■ J PHoyt . -vi*te Justices, \" C P Styles A** 00 *' ( Elmon Scott „,r>TV officers. , J It Winn Superior Jua&e [ceo. A. Ellsperman rnunty (!' rt John Edens joint Senator- •••• • j. E> Tucker lUpresentaU^ c J L Murray Recorder - CM. Tucker Trei*urer r" <'. L. Carter . . nflrß : :;;;::::.: j. h. Nichols r o iuiai sslone ■ I"" .. Wesley Warner 1 W.H. Thacker Attorney "Ashton W. Thomas Sheriff E W Harrison V- - : " [ (' E Cantine gurveyor--""," ..KM Wansbrough g n pt ol Scnooi Dr. Gqo S. Wright gSi»»er V's Court H D Allison 0-!!» nii"": " _________ . : THE : San Juan County Bank ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 18 October 1894

THE STORM IN FLORIDA Woeful Tales of Destruction by Wind and Water. THE HAVOC AND DESTRUCTION Damage Done to Towns in the Path of the Storm Is Reported to be Almost Incalculable—Appalachicola and Cc- dar Keys the Principal Sufferers. Jacksonville, Fla., October 14.—Com munication has been re-established with all points on the west coast visited by the recent storm, and dispatches tell woeful tales of the destruction caused by the wind and water. A ppalachicola and Cedar Keys were directly in the storm's path, and the damage at those places is almost incalculable. The storm first etruck Cedar Keys, and the following dispatch describing it has been received: " Cedar Keys has just experienced the most disastroofl storm for twenty-five years. Main street is piled with debris, consisting of wreckage from boats, wharves, tishhouses and logs of every description. The damage is great. The Florida Central is a heavy sufferer. Al most the entire track to the mainland, a distance of three and ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 25 October 1894

\oL i. NO. 36. MILITIA OPENED FIRE. Mob Intent on Lynching a Fiend. KSM MANY WOUNDED ** Threatens to Blow UP th ' artbouse j.nd Additional Troops I." c Been Negro Pleads Guilty tgOutn9 int . White Woman. Coi i.niousE, 0., October | - Dolbjr (colored) raging Mrs. Mary ; ,W rushed off to the | ■ tor protection he did not j of the indignant mob. j ming into the town all j could not go from the i Jtothedepot after the prisoner had j ■ A little after 6 o'clock I is made on the court- j j of determined men at eak in the south door, arty charged on the mi-: ; door. Some one threw Colonel Coit, and he cried oat „,:, t he next stone thrown he would . The crowd at the le to effect an entrance, by this time was filled adcriea of "Give us the ';,,,<>{.>'and curses against the militia fil y (he air. The crowd grew in size every minute. i Before the firing Colonel Coit made a the crowd to disperse, but i, jVers. The prisoner from tear, and lay crying Qp to this time Dolby had been kept p...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 25 October 1894

Thb Islander Entered at the postoffieo in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. subscription PRICE, $1.50 per year .Strictly in advance ADVERTISING KATES : Display standing ads, 25 cents per inch, per week, single eclumn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 conte per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. \ll communications to TO Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, OCT. 25th, 1894. The Official Paper of San Juan County. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. POPULIST STATE TICKET. For Congress— W. P. C. ADAMS, Whatcom County. J. C. VAN PATTEN, Columbia " For Supreme Judges— H. L. FORREST, Thurston County. J. M. READY, Kittitas County. For State Senator; 32d District— EDMUND C. NORDYKE, San Juan. DEMOCRATIC.STATE TICKET. For Congress— B. F. HEUSTON, Tac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 25 October 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. .... John 11. McGraw Governor..--;---— Frank H. Lnce 1 icutenant gJTO • James H. Price Secretary o**£££ Ozro A. Bowen 6»t« '^T-'enenlC- w C Jones A- r;l,' > ;' instruction Chas. W. Bean '. ic , ne r W T Forrest & r""UI n .........John L Wilson rang*sßßll1 * "V ' John B Allen l t S Senators, |"[ \\ C Squire supreme court. . .. , a T J Anders Chief Justice '(" li O Dunbar I. ■■; J PHoyt ' icoociate Justices, < • C P Styles AsS<M' ( ■;.■' Elinon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . InAee JKWinn Supfrl'".■.!.!. '" ... Geo. A. Ellsperman County' ie» John Edens joint Senator.. •• ;.". J. E. Tucker Bepr««ntau "" j L Murray Recorder " C.M. Tucker Treasurer ""\ C. L. Carter . . n . M J "".'.'..... J. H. Nichols Conimissione ra, ... Wesley Warner v W.H. Thacker Attorney Ashton W. Thomas Sherin • ' 13 W Harrison Assessor C E Cantine Surveyor....-"-" ••••• v M Wansbrough guptof Schools ...Dr. Geo. Wright g^lSiuiicrli S Court II D Allison -: THE : San Juan Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 25 October 1894

NOT REJECTED AS YET China Wishes Peace Upon Certain Terms. JAPAN'S PARLIAMENT IN SESSION Great Britain Has Made Overtures to the Power* on a New Basis for Peace — A Majority of Them Are in Accord With Her. London, October 20.—The Daily Newf will publish to-morrow the semi-official Btaieinent: A day or two afier the Cabi net Council China informed Great Brit ain that she was prepared to negotiate for peace on certain terms. Great Brit ain made oveitures to the powers on a new basis, and asked Japan whether the terms suggested by China could form the basis of new negotiations fur peace. Ja pan did not reply deliuitely, but has not rejected the proposals. The majorities of the powers are in accord with Great Britain, and there is a likelihood that others will assent. The intervention is purely diplomatic, and is offered to both combatants in the iriendliest spirit. A limes' Tien Ts n correspondent says China desires peace, because, though aware ot ber immense reserves of strength, she ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 1 November 1894

• 1..!. NO. 37. [SIB SHERMAN ACT. guerar Trust Case Before the Supreme Court. AT THE GOVERNMENT CLAIMS It c».ne ,:,, <"' «>« Appeal of the Gov .„* i rota lie Decision of the f j-tlDieUl . r.mrl - Virtual Monopoly of the Lower coun Refining r.iisinesa. flVni>*GTOX. October 26— Argument ", begun in the United States Supreme Court U?day on the appeal of the gov ernment from the decision of the United cjktea Circuit Court for the eastern dis trict" of Pennsylvania in favor of the American Sugar Company, the E. C. Kni -bt and the Sprockets and Franklin fineries, atrainst which the government "-lit s u i t under the Sherman anti ruTlaw. Ex-Solicitor-General Phil lips opened for the government and John Johnson for the refiners. The present EU it was brought originally with the in tention of having the sale of the prop erty and business of the Knight, the Cpreekels, the Franklin and the Dele gare <n<4r House Companies to the imerican Sugar Refining Company de clared void and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 1 November 1894

The Islander Entered at the postofflce in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, • 1.50 per year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING RATES « Display standing ads, 'ii cents per inch, per week, single « lumn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such a-* Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to The Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY', NOVEMBER Ist, 189*. The Official Paper of San Juan County. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. POPULIST STATE TICKET. For Congress— W. P. C. ADAMS, Whatcom County. J. C. VAN PATTEN, Columbia " For Supreme Judges— H. L. FORREST, Thurston County. J. M. READY', Kittitas County. For State Senator; 32d District— EDMUND C. NORDYKE, San Juan. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Congress— B. F. HEUS...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 1 November 1894

-"^KIAL DIBECTOBT. „-, „ rF. OFFICERS. John H. McGraw rnV -••"""rnor Frank H. Lnce &"* nt < Tjte.... James H.Price £rt»r? °i =»' . ....Ozro A. Bowen iSe^^Z^r".'. W C Jones &eyGenerjJj^ on chas W. Bean iIW'1'•!■" W T Forrest Pnpt commissioner•• John L Wilson ,We^ nial,-"( John B Allen J, Senators, J^. * C Squire , stjrREME COURT. * .- T J Anders chief Jo**"* f .' R O Dunbar tD 1 " J P Hoyt „.t.- Justices, ■; ; C P Styles A'soC I Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . ,' J It Winn <=aPerio!^rL- .'.'.Geo. A. Ellsperman floantj ' rk John Edens joint Sen***'"' ZZ. J. E. Tucker Represented c J L Murray border ""' Tucker Treasurer —•••••■ C.L.Carter . , I ;;.*. J. H. Nichols Commissi 006™' , ... Wesley Warner v "". W.H. Thacker Attorney "!Ashton W. Thomas sheriff- • "' E W Harrison assessor ' q jj Cantine Surveyor---""," j'( M Wansbrougb jupt of Schools -^ Gco s _ Wright Coroner-:; , ••. court H D Allison rv»mnus»'™||^_2._ —— : THE : San Juan County Bank FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 1 November 1894

ATTACKED THE ENEMY The Japanese Capture a Fort and Many Rifles. THEY HAVE CROSSED THE YALU Main Attack Upon the Chinese Position is Expected to Take Place To-morrow —The Chinese Fled to Uatteries Con- structed Farther Down the Kiver. London, October 27.—A dispatch from Tokio, dated to-day, states that Field Marshal Count Yamagata has tele graphed to the war office that a detach ment of 1,(500 Japanese infantry crossed the Vain river Wednesday morning and attacked the enemy. The Chinese force consisted of GOO cavalry and 100 infantry with two guns. The enemy fled. The Japanese captured a Chinese fort, two guns and many rifles. The Chinese loss was twenty killed and wounded. The Japanese sustained no loss. The Japan ese advance columns are marching on Lishi Yen. A dispatch, dated Wiju, October 24, apparently delayed in trans mission, was received, giving details of the above fight It says that the Jap anese were forded over the Yalu river at Snactiskin at daybreak. Chinese earth works...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 8 November 1894

VOL. 4. NO. 38. BBEAKING its FORCE. Mr . Morton Disparages Effect of German Retaliation. MEASURES WERE IN GOOD FAITH T l,e Action Not That of Federated Ger- Tlif A<' "'" ' rut Individual on the Part of jnaiij • ""i . ( .rate states-Damage to Our In gtg by tins Act Overestimated. Washington-, November I.—The an nouncement that the embargo placed n American cattle by the Senate of Hamburg bad been extended to the , ','..;, of an exclusion of American cat tie "and dressed meat from every part of Germany was received with surprise by department officials to-day. That Texas fever was merely a ground which Ger many could adopt for enforcing retalia tory measures against the United States because of the supposed discrimination at rainst German interests in the sugar schedule of the tariff bill was the preva lent impression. The German Ambassador, however, assured the Secretary of State to-day that the measure of exclusion was in spired solely by sanitary reasons and had no political mot...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 8 November 1894

The Islander Entered at the i>ostofliee In Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. subscription MUCK, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING BATES : Display standing ads. 25 cents per inch, per week, single oclumn measurement. Reading boatoMM locals, » cents per lino per week. Notices, such as Wanted. For Bale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, ate—ternary legal rates. All communications to Tun Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, hut asa guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Bth, 1894. The Official Paper of San Joan Comity. A.J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. Who said Tullock was in the race? The election is over and we have nothing to say except that we got beautifully left. In Whatcom county the Populists and Democrats have a majority of the Legislators and commissioners. J. A. D. Richards (dem.) was elected to congress from the 17th Ohio Dist. This ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 8 November 1894

mli DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. John 11. McGraw C,nvor!i ,ir-;-:;;:.'" r ',*, or Frank 11. Lnce Lieutenant ooverno f«m« __ Price Secretary '" *l; UL"" OsroA. Bowen State rreT"„en_l*.V..... WC Jones v ""') ■' instruction Cluis. W. Bean «upt l V 1 „issioner W T Forrest I ;!..l'-- !11,,1> M ....... John L Wilson Congressman.- •- J()hn B AHen v - s senators, |*~ \\ C Squire SUPREME COURT. T J Anders Chief J"B*"* }"" It O Dunbar i " J P Hovt tfW e Justices, j "V c p Styles A- | Elmon Scott COUNT* OFFICERS. . ■ m .....J It Winn Sup^io^, .',. ..Geo. A. Ellsperman County I '''X.••- John Edens joint Senator^ - _ } X Tucker Kepresentat" I L Murray Ileeorder C.M.Tucker Treasurer ,"" Carter . OT a \ ;;;;; J. 11. Nichols Commit 101" ' | ... Wesley Warner *■ ....W.H.Thacker Attorney .Ashton W. Thomas Sherin ' E W Harrison Assessor • C E Can tine *-"""?""" j> y\ Wansbrougb ?upto< ""'" .Dr. Geo. S. Wright gSiM'oner US Court II D Allison (■nlillHl-"1' " - . : THE : San Juan County Bank — :of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 8 November 1894

ALEXANDER 111. DEAD Czar of All the Russias Passes Off the World's Stage. PREPATATIONS FOR FUNERAL. It is Understood the Czarowitz Will Im mediately Issue a Proclamation De claring Himself Czar Sincere Mourn ing In the Royal Families. St. Petersburg, November 2.The angel of death, in the shadow of whose pinions the autocrat of all the Kussias has been lying for many days, yesterday beckoned and the soul of the man who had in his hands the lives and destinies of millions upon millions was borne away. Calmly and peacefully as a sleep ing bftbe, he who by his slightest word could have plunged Europe into a war, the horrors of which defy description, fell into the dreamless sleep which he feared not. He, though the head of the church, whose members number over 70,000,000 persons, took his last rites a i ALEXANDER 111., CZAR OF RUSSIA. [From a recent photograph.] few days before his death claimed him him from all his greatness. At 2:15 p. m. yesterday the sum mons came, and a few hours l...

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