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8 ATURD AYPrE 88.
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Volumic iv, Number 9.
iti:Mi.yiM!i:.ui:.s tir iioxot.vi.tr.
In January, 1861, tlic measles, which
hail been introduced from San Trail
ci. o during the preceding month, bc
1 an lu sprUtul, 'lWtirularly among
f a tn 1 lilldrcn, and .1 good deal of
an. nl was felt ntisTrcnncxprvineil that
wi wi-re to lmve a similar visitation to
that of 18.19. However, through the
vigibntc and activity of the authorities,
tlk disease did not sprend extensively.
1 irly in February was published the
it 'nt of the census of the islands,
t.i tn 111 PcremW, i860, under the
Mipinntcudcncc of J. Fuller, .secretary
en the dcji.-irtmcnt of public instruc
ti'in. 1 his gave the total population to
In 69,800, of which number 2716 were
of f'jrngn birth, and 67,08.1 natives.
I he first official census was taken in
M32. The following tabic will show
tlu rate of decrease of the native race
mrc Cook's visit. The estimate of the
iioiiulalion of the islands made by
( ook has been generally regarded asn
j'nat deal too high, but any one who
ha. travelled much in the interior parts
of the islands, and has noted the signs
which abound of former extensive culti
vation, will be inclined to think that
the celebrated navigator was not far
from correct in his estimate of the num
ber of the inhabitants.
Year Foreign. Native. Decrease
17, (I- limited by Cook)
1- 11 MtttMlnlJ.
The native male Ilawaiians out
nunibercd the females in i860 by
367,1. Doubtless, today, the excess
of males is much larger in proportion.
The 9th of February being the 27th
.anniversary of tire birth of the king, was
kept as n national holiday, the town
.and shipping being decorated with
ttas, salutes fired, luatis, picnics, horse
racing, etc, abounding. The fire de
partment turned out for their annual
parade. In fact, everybody celebrated
the anniversary of a king, than whom
none was more beloved, or more
deservedly so, by his own people and
by foreigners. The king held a court
.it 1 1 ,, m., at which congratulatory ad
dres.es were made by the Chancellor,
Judge Allen, on behalf of the ministry
ami tlic members ot the supreme
court, anil by Monsieur l'crrin for tlic
members of the diplomatic corps.
J'ehruary 23rd, John II. Loney was
nppointed collector of customs for the
port and district of Hilo, Hawaii, vice
Hcnjaniin Pitman, resigned.
A new fire company, "Hawaiian, No.
4," was organized in February, with
twenty-six members and the following
list of officers ; Wm. Webster, fore
man ; J. 0. Dominis, first assistant;
S, 1'. Kahuna, second assistant ; David
Kalakaua, secretary ; J. W. Kaikaina
Died at l-.nl1.1ina, February 1 itli, an
old lixst Indian, named Sheik Ma
homet, generally known however
Among the foreign residents as
"Strang" or lioatswain. He was a
very old resident, having arrived on the
islands in 1822. Uy his own state
ment, he left Uombay in the ship " Para
gon," for Hostou, as Strang or boat
sw.iin over his fellow countrymen,
seamen on the same vessel. Arrived
at Hoston, and failing to get an oppor
tunity to return to Itombay, he shipped
on the brig Pickering, for a voyage
to the north-west Coast of America.
Ihe essel touching at these islands,
Serang ran away from her and from
thenceforth resided either at Honolulu
or i-ihama. He at one time kept a
retail dry goods store and carried on a
pretty large business, as was evidenced
.by papers found after his death, show
ing lArge purchases of merchandise
from such Old-time houses as Pircc &
Ureter, K, & II. (.rimes, Stephen Rey
nolds, O. P. Ricker, and others. M
tter he had become poor and so died,
aged about 80 years.
II. W". McCoughtry, registrar of
-public accounts, publised a table (in
JVlarch, iSOi) showing Ihc amount ol
Teal nud personal property, the 1111m
ler of carriages, polls, stallions, horses,
mules and dogs, etc., asscssciWn each
district throughout the islands, for the
year i860. 1 note a few items : To
tal valuation of real estate in the is.
lands, $3,.J5 1,867 ; personal proerty,
$2,8.15,42.1 ; Number of carriages jn
' all the islands, 135, (of which Honolu
lu had 100.) The receipts from taxes
in i860 amounted to $129,598,22 a
falling off front the previous year of $7,
A great deal of complaint having
reached the state department at Wash
ington, resecting the manner in which
.t)ie United States government was
,bcug defrauded In the management of
'marine hospitals In foreign ports, and
especially at Honolulu- during the
year i860, Commander W. K. Hunt,
of the United States Navy was sent out
as a sjiecial commissioner, to investi
gate the subject, in concert with J. W.
Jionlcn, United btatcs Commissioner
ai the islands, 'I hey made a pretty
thorough .search into the management
of the hospitals hero and at Lalmina,
and took voluminous notes of testi
mony, which were forwarded hence in
August, by the United States sloop
of war Levant, Commander Hunt, to
be sent to Washington via Panama. The
Levant, however, was never heard of
.after leaving the islands, and must have
been lost at sea with all on hoard.
.Meantime, wo uuny months had elapsed
mucc the dejuriure of Commander
,Hunt for tlttf United States and un
heard of, that same one conversant
with the facts of the investigation
wrote out some of the most
salient points and sent them hence
for publication in Hoston. Some
.of the evidence, which bore nrct
"iy heavily upon Doctor CJuillou,
who had charge of the' Honolulu
Hospital, was reprinted inlhe Adver
tiser, and the Doctor, who attributed
the .authorship of these synopses of
ttfklttncc to .Mr, lsoraon aio vented in
' vntr. anil iiersonalUy in a sharp letter
to lite Advertiser. On the 19th of
March Mr, Morden called at the di
lortal office of 'the "Advertwer, havmg
-httfd tfcu Uoctoc Geulkm was about to
w s. . .
mim attack kta Umui that tounui
What occurred in the sanctum at that
interview was somewhat differently
viewed and related by the editor and the
commissioner, the only crsotis present
Mr. hitncy in Ins complaint to the
Hawaiian Government declared that
Mr. Ilordcn "came armed with a bowie
knife, which he drew on me, threaten
ing to strike me with it, and making
such motions as indicated hostile inten
tions." Mr. llorden said (in the pub
lislicdcorrcs)ondcnccwith Mr" Wyllic.) :
I know it was my intention to tell Mr.
Whitney that I had been threatened
by Doctor Gtiillou and as an evidence
of it I had felt it my duty on several
occasions as advised by friends to be
prepared for an attack, and I laid
my hand on the weapon.
Mr. Whitney was laboring under a
wrong idea when he supposed that I
intended to assault him." The king's
government being of the unanimous
opinion "that Mr. Borden's explanations
left Mr. Whitney without any reasonable
ground of personal complaint what
ever," 'the matter was dropped. But
Doctor Ciuillou came out with another
letter, in the Poyncsian, this time, in
which he acknowledges to have spoken
quite disrespectfully of Borden per
sonally and aside from his official posi
tion, that if Mr. B. " would lay aside
his official prerogative in my behalf,
for a (juarter of an hour, I would
make him step into it again faster than
anything he had ever done in his life,
or carry the marks of it for the rest of
Now that we have a regular line of
oinnilnisses to Wnikiki, as well as to
other points in the suburbs, it may be
Interesting to recall what a writer in the
Advertiser said on the subject so long
ago as March, 1861.
tn thec dull times when people' have tittle
to do hut ilisciisi politic, c will call inten
tion to a new business- which might lie made
to pay. if imdeilnkeri liy the ritihi man in the
right way. And this is. the establishment of
air omnibus line, say to (minibuses., to run
from the agticiillural garden in Nuuanu to the
sea beach at WaikiM, a distance of about four
miles starting from cadi terminus once tn two
April 12th, died in Honolulu, Wil
liam Kdward Louis Maxwell, need .13
years, a native of Table Bay, Cajrc of
Ooou Hope, and a resident of these
islantk for over twenty years. Every
body in Honolulu knew him under the
familiar name of "Tim." He was a
man of large heart and generous dispo
sition, and of untiring assiduity in the
service of the sick and afflicted. He
was poor but honest a general favor
ite, and one to be missed and regretted.
I-ady Franklin, the widow of Sir
John Franklin, the Arctic explorer,
arrived at Honolulu, April 20th, from
San Francisco. She was accompanied
by her neice, Miss Cracroft. She was
entertained during her stay here by Mr.
Wyllic, the minister of foreign affairs
and by the king and rjuccn. Her main
object in visiting the islands was to see
the volcano and to look upon Keala
kekua Bay, the scene of Captain Cook's
death. On her tour around Hawaii
she was accompanied by one of the
king's aides, Col. 1). Kalakaua, who
was instructed to make every arrange
ment needed for her ladyship's comfort.
Early in May, intelligence was re
ceived here of the death of James D.
Blair, at Austin. Texas, on tlie 8th of
March. .Mr. Blair was well known in
Honolulu, havinc been a 'successful
practitioner at the bar of the supreme
court, Irom his arrival in 1S51 until
his departure.in 1S55. lie also visited
Honolulu in 1859, but ill health com
pelled his retirement from labor. He
was a thorough lawyer, industrious and
zealous in his profession, and a most
effective and eloquent siieakcr.
H. I, S.
..III 'orrfi .Vcir,
The Nihilists have condemned the
Czar to death.
Sitting Bull is being prepared to
join the church.
Uy this time Mrs. Langtry is prob
ably in New York.
Russian Swine is a forbidden Impor
tation into Germany.
The Australian colonics arc to be ad
mitted to the postal union.
The,yeltow fever epidemic in Vera
Cruz has entirely subiided.
The mother of Joaquin Miller, aged
60, has married a second husband, aged
Oric of the latest scientific inven
tions is the bleaching of linen by elec
tricity. The latest placer gold mining excite
ment is at Coeur d Alenef Wasliinuton
Alfred A. Cohen, a prominent Cali
fornia railroad and anti-railroad attor
ney, is paralysed.
Canada's national debt is, in propor
tion to its population, the largest in
existence and is growing.
The latest news from Java says that
the recent disaster there is not nearly
so heavy as at first reported.
One hundred thousand two-cent
stamps wen: sold it) the San FrancUco
Post Ollice on the 1st instant,
lloston bankers have tusscd a reso
lution asking the Boston Congress to
enact a national bankrupt law.
The Princess Louise and the Mar
quis of l.orne were to nail frouOttawa
for hngland on the 1 5th instant.
It cots $3,300,000 a year to pducate
one hundred and twenty thousand pub
lic school children in New York.
l.'Y.Qt'nntnr lllii. ,.- ....,2 I.I..
totical work, "From Lincoln to Gar
field," and is going to write about The
war 01 iota.
Tliprt uill lu nn Iiii.r(titii-t4.il Art
Exhibition at St. Petersburg in 18S5 -
unic mi- uiutM mnuna mows inc
city up by that time,
A fire in Visaha, California, recently"
destroyed, the Delta printing olficc, in
which George W. Stewart, forwwlv of
I thw ijmj: was working.
tiii: rr. timr .srni.Mi.
There formerly lived on the Kaala
mountains a rlucf by the name of
Kahaakco. I Ic had two children, a boy
and girl, twins,whosc mother had died at
their birth. The boy was called Kaua-
waahiln (Waahila rain), and the girl
Kauakiowao (mountain mist). K.iliaa-
kea was very tenderly attached to his
motherless children and after a while
took to himself a wife, thinking to thus
provide his children with a mother's
care and love. This wife was called
Iliiuea and had a boy by a former hus
band. This boy was deformed and
ugly, while the twins were very beautiful.
the .stepmother was Icalous of their
beauty and resented the universal
admiration expressed for them, while
no one noticed her boy except with
looks of aversion. She was kind
enough to the twins when their father
was present, but shejiated and detested
them most cordially.
v hen they were about ten years old
their father had occasion to go to
Hawaii, and had to remain away a long
time. He felt perfectly safe in leavinti
his childrert with his wife, as the Litter
had always feigned great love for her
stepchildren, and had kticccssfiilly con
cealed her real feelings in regard to
them from him. But as soon as he
was fairly away she commenced a scries
of petty persecutions of the poor chil
dren. It seems the mother of the children
had been "iihac iV at her death.
That is, certain prayers, invocations,
uiMiiig iinu iiumiiiauon nail ocen per
formed by some relative of the deceased,
and quantities of prepared awa, black
unblemished pigs, red fish, and all the
customary food of the gods, prepared
and offered with the obiect of
strengthening the spirit of the departed
and of attracting it strongly as well as
giving it a sort of power and control
over mundane affairs and" events. So
when Havrca began to persecute her
stepchildren, the spirit of their own
mother would assist and protect them.
The persecutions of the stepmother
at last became unendurable to the
twins. She not only deprived them of
loou, doming ami water, out subjected
them besides to all sorts of indignities
and humiliations. Driven to despera
tion they fled to Konahuanui, the moun
tain peak above the Pali of Nutianu,
but were soon discovered and driven
away from there by the cruel Havvea.
1 ncy then went to the head of Manoa
Valley. The stepmother was not at all
pleased at their getting out of the way
of her daily persecutions, and searched
for them everywhere. She finally
tracked them by the constant appear
ance of rainbovys about the head of
Manoa Valley, those unfailing atten
dants of rain and mist.
The children were acain driven away
and told to return to Kaala where they
would be constantly under her eye, but
the children ran and hid themselves in
a small cave on the side of the lull of
Kukaoo whose top is crowned bv the
temple of the Menehunes. Here they
lived some time and cultivated a patch
of potatoes, their food at this time
being grasshoppers and greens. The
greens were the leaves" and tender
shoots of the popolo, aheahea, pakai,
tauicie and potato vines, cooked by
rolling hot stones around and among
them in a covered uourd. This is
called the "puholoholo."
When their potato turners were fit
to be eaten, the brother (Waahila-rain)
made a double "imu," havinca "kami"
or sacred side for his food and a "noa"
or free side, for hi? sister. The little
cave that was their dwelling was also
divided in two, a sacred and a free
part for brother and sister. The cave
can still be seen and the wall of stone
dividing it in two were still intact a
lew years ago, as also was the double
imu. In the olden- times it was ta
b.ooed to females to appear at any eat
ing place of males.
When their crjps were fairly ripe,
the stepmother found them .-main, and
drove them away from their cave, she
appropriating the fruity of their labors.
1 he children lied to the rocky lulls
just back of Punahou, where they
louno two small caves which the broth
er and sister occupied respectively as a
dwelling. 'The rolling lilains and small
ravines of the surrounding country, and
of what is now known as the Punahou
pasture, were not then covered with
manienie erass. which is of foreicn ori
gin, but with the indigenous shrubs
and bushes, tall limas, aheaheas,
popolo, etc., making close duckets,
with here and there open spaces cov
ered with uianienie-akiaki. the val
uable medicinal grass of the olden
times. 'These shrubs and bushes cither
bore edible fruit or (lowers, or, the
leaves and tender shoots cooked in the
way previously described, made nour
ishing and satisfying food. The poor
children lived on these, grasshoppers
and sometimes wild fowl.
One day the sister, Kauakiowao,
told her brother that she wanted to
luthe, and complained of their haying
taken up their residence in a place
where no water could lie louml. He
brother hushed his sister's complaint
by telling her that it was a safe place,
and one where their stepmother would
not tie iiitcly to look lor them, nut that
he would try to get her .some water.
In his trios around the neighborhood
for fruit and greens, he jiad noticed a
large rain water tioiul to the east pf the
hill on which they dwelt. 'This pond
was called Kanawai. Here he some
times came to snare wild ducks. He
also had met and knew the Kakea
water-god, a moo, and who had
charge of and controlled all the water
sources ot .Manoa and .Makikt valleys.
He was one of the ancestors of the
children on the mother's side, and was
on the lest of terms with Waahila-rain.
'The boy paid him a visit, and asked
him to assist linn to open a water-court
from the poud.of Kanawai to a place
he indicated in front of and below the
caves inhabited by him and his sister.
The old water-god not only con
sented to help his young relative, but
promised to divide the water-supply
of the neighbouring Wailclc spring, and
let it run into the watercourse that the
boy would make, thus insuring its per-MUMnce,
Waahila-rain then went to the pond
of ICanawai and dived under, the water
god causing a passage to open under
ground to the spot indicated, and swam
through the water underground till he
came out at the place now known as
the Punahou spring. The force of the
rushing waters as they burst through
the ground soon sufficed to make a
small basin which the Iroy proceeded to
bank and wall up, leaving a narrow out
let for the surplus waters. With the
invisible help of the old water god, he
immediately set to work to excavate a
good-sized pond for his sister to swim
in, and when the latter awoke from n
nooday nap, she was astonished to be
hold a lovely sheet of water where in
the morning was only dry land. Her
brother was swimming and splashing
about in it, and gaily oiled to his sister
to rome and try her batning-place.
Kauawaalula afterwards made some
kalo-patches, and people, attracted bv
the water and consequent fertility of
the place, came and settled about, volun
tarily offering themselves as vassals to
the twins. More and more kalo
patches were excavated, anil the place
became a thriving settlement. 'The
spring became known as Ka Punahou
(the new spring), and gave its name to
the surrounding place.
About this tune Kahaakea returned,
and hearing of the pcrsecutionsto which
his beloved children had been sub
jected, killed Hawea and then himself.
Rocky Hill, the home of the children,
wa called after him, and is known by
that name to the present day.
Hawea has oyer since then been a
synonym in the Hawaiian mind for a
The " mountain mis't " and " Waa
hila rain " afterwards returned to the
home of their infancy, Kaala, wherethey
vvould stay awhile, occasionally isiting
Konahuanui, anil Upper Manoa Valley
and may be met with in these places up
to the present day. 'They also occa
sionally visited Punahou, which was
under their especial care and protec
tion, but when the land and spring
passed into the hands of the foreigners
who did not pay homage to the twins
and who allowed the springs' to be de
filed by the washing of unclean articles
and by the bathing of unclean persons,
the twins indignantly left the place and
retired to the head of Manoa Valley.
They, sometimes pass swiftly over
their old home on their way to Kaala,
or Konahuanui, and on such occasions
will sometimes linger sorrowfully for a
few minutes about Rocky Hill.
'The rainwater pond of Kanawai is
now always dry, a; he shrubs and
bushes which supplied the food of he
twins favored of the gods have disap
peared. Old natives, who know all about it,
say that there is now no inducement
for the gentle rain of the fjakiowao
and Uawarfhila to visit those tore hills
and plains as they would find no food
Honolulu, October 19, 1882.
Itrmtt i,ibli Drulhi.
Mrs. Marie Wilkins, a welt-known
actress, died in New York city on the
W. J. Rattray, a well-knqwn litera
teur, died at Toronto, Ontario, on tne
Mrs. 1 luntington, wife of C. P. Hunt
incton. vicc-nresident of tl (Vntml
'Pacific railroad, is dead.
Dr. Louis F. Pelton, a well-known
physician died at Mount dCisco, New
York, on the 17 ultimo.
John N. Krum, formerly judge and
mayor, died at St. Louis, Missouri, on
the 15th ultimo, aged 73.
Capt. James Humbert, United States
Army, died a Uniontovvn, Penn
sylvania, on the -20th ultimo.
Andrew Sloan,- formerly member of
Congress, died at Silver City, Nebraska,
on the 23rd ultimo, aged 38.
Illllire W. A. Glenn, nnn of llio inner
prominent citizens of Tennessee, died
at Nashville, on the 21st ultimo.
Robert Meyer, a well-known musical
conductor, died at New Orleans,
Louisiana, on the 25th ultimo, aged 69.
Rev. Dr. E. F. Hatfield, a well-known
Presbyterian divine, died at Summit,
New Jersey, on the 22nd ultimo, aged
Rev. Dr. John Kinnear, a Liberal
member 0 Parliament, died at Done
gal, Ireland, on the 28th ultimo, aged
Victor Alexander Puiseux, the well
known French mathematician, died at
Paris, France, on the 17th ultimo, aged
dipt. W. B. Randolph, of the United
States Revenue Marine Service, died al
Coo'ierstown, New York, on the 20th
Col. CIonriTe rCnnniv mvnir nf tb
St. I-ouis Republican, died, at sea on
September istn, while returning home
Prof Win. A. Norton, a distinguished
mathemetician and scientist, died at
New Haven, Connecticut, on the 22nd
ultimo, aged 73.
Augustus Page, a well-known lawyer
and real estate broker of fcw York, died
at .MillorU, Pennsylvania, on the 16th
ultimo, aged 45.
M. Antoinc Ferdinand Joseph
Plateau, the well-known Belgian scien
tist, died at Paris, France, on the 19th
ultimo, aged 82.
John B. Marss. editor of the New-
buryiwrt Herald for twenty-one years,
died at Newburyport, Massachusetts,
on the 16th ultima
William J. laney, editor of Apple
ton's Annual Cycloiwdia since its foun
dation, died at Newark, New Jersey, on
me 30111 ultimo, aged 72.
Flag-Lieutenant Ues, of the Swift
sure, died at Victoria. British Co! urn
bia, on the 4th instant, from injuries re-,
ceived by an upset white driving.
ISLANDS, OCTOBER 27, 1883.
SMITH ft TIIURSTOM, I VV. a Smith,
( U A. Tieitro
.Ittnrnrtu of r.mr,
No. jj Mmciunt Smnr HtwoLDm
AILL!AM O. SMITH Co.,
L A ThvustoK, I
1W.O. Smith. f
AorA- mill liml i:,ti,tr llri'il.-ri.
No. M Mmciiant itmiit Hominm
(Kil.iUhM it l.?rf.)
Siipir I'Liniation, KailrMtr, Ttlf,,hone r.. 1,t Cor
ralion Sil lit, I(ni,ft ml nimil.if SrtMrllin
lUimir ami S.nn cm CmuimtiDN.
.Monty mn en S(k Suriiis
O n. DOLE,
f'mniiri- ill ;,.,. ,( Sutnrif fiiHIr,
Con.srr Four Ami Miiciunt SinrFtn, IIcini.iuui
QLARENCB W. ASHF0RD,
Alliivnril, .Siillrltnr, Kft,
No. 15 KaaIII'MANU SlUfRT oltoNOIVIV
U H. CASTLE,
Allnriifu ol l.nif ami .i,lm rnhllr.
Atlttult nil llit Court! of lli Kingdom. ,
Alliiriirn Mini Cinilinrliir jit fjur.
M Kot Strkkt IIuioii-io
J G. TUCKER, M. D.,
(Hccanlly of OiU-mt, California,)
HAS nPBNSII A( OKfltlt
At No. 17, Emma Street, llonolnlu, H. I,
Opi-OMle Kiuma Siiimre.
Office oiir From I to 3, and fron, 6 10 8 r. M,
I elepliona for Office ami Resilience, No. jo.
RS. CUMMINGS ft MARTIN
.1iir(jfiiiin it ml llmiiivjiiillilr I'liifili-lmm.
Omen coRxnn Kurt ani IIfrstania Sts..
Office Iloure-Umil 9 A. ., ami from 1-3 anJ 6:30-8 p.m.
B. EMERSON, M. D.
I'liHMlrhlli unit Summit.
HoNOIl'LU ..,ll, I
Tntrrnnm Ni'MtiPR 140.
Office lioura from 8JS 10 10M a. m.; J4 to '4 y. m.
Office and Residence, No. 1 Kukuitireu, corner Fort
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D, S.
tiriititl ItnnmM 1111 furl Strertf
IIokoiuu! ; n
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Slreets, entrance on Hotel Slrcct. 1
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Lii'illm' mill CI, hi, -rit' l'l,,lrl.,.
Opuck and Kiaimuick.. .No. 3 School Strekt,
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-IXTILUAM D. MCALLISTER.
rKRMAKENTLY UKATKO IM Hnvm.l'lli.
Office, corner ol Fort and Hole! tlreet, oter Trcgloan't
Particulw fltlcnlkn psid 10 restoration gold filline.
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Ihtlonridenceoftt.eViilil.c m 6 il
. G. ELLIS,
No. 71 ytiEKjr Stkrkt Honoiilu
Member of the Honolulu Stock ami Hond Kichanee.
Is nrrn.iri! m l... ...I .-II i;... I ,,.., . ..
-- --- - ", ..m . .nM.MaiHi ihhiiis in ine
open market, al tl.e usual rale of .-ommitsion.
I I.i mm 1 is tn !,. nn Cl. - ( it
quired on lime Contractu.
Will i.tuiu . .. (n. .. ..."r.. .. L .....
-... . u ii,.i-,,iici,ift wncn retiuesieo.
0. HALL ft SON.
IHIOKrFKS .ANII UEAIERS IN
llitnlintrr mill 7iiif.if iri.r......ru
ConniiR or King anh Fort Struts, Honolulu
William V. Hall President and Miior
!rh", ." Secrclarj- and '1 reasurcr
I.C. Jones, Ir . .. , Auditor
"iici.uia ,.. u. nan, ueorsc I-., llowe. is
' M. CARTER,
Auriil In Ai- .IrX.-iluii-'riffuifiif In C1111-
Iracln In l,il,,n;
IIonoluu-, Hawaiian Islam.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, Ktplarude. ij
J W, MINE.
CiiiiimlMMlinirr of Drrtl
For the State of California, for ti- JIaairin Islands,
ami l.enrral Acent lor the 1-a, ifie Mmmi 1 ir .
turance Cmn)uny of California. i,,
fNO, A. HASINGER,
.lllrnt In MAa ArhlloirlnlumrHl In t'uii-
I mrn for .nlior.
Interior Oppue Honolulu
JOHN li. PATY.
Solum V, tulle mill Comuthflaii of lirr.l.
For the States of Cahr.im:. nn.l V.u. V...L rs.T
at the llank of llisliop & Co.
HoNoiuiu, Oaiiv, II. I, 1
P T. LENEHAN ft Co.
Imiwrlrrm umiI Viimml,,!,,,, Mr'rrhmil:
Ni-uanv Street, IIomhuh,'.
f YCAN ft CO.,
Imtiorlrrt l. itmlrrm In nil klmlt of
Mutlr U001U, fmiru llumli,
No?. 105 ANii 107 Font Street Honolulu
Fumiiure, Clulrs, Sewlnj Machines, Minora and
Mirror I'lalet. l'iciur Fra, an.1 fw..v. ...!. .
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
iltnmil Mertautllennil VoiiimlttloH Airnli
CJleeh Street, Honolulu.
nfr.M t, 1 i n .. . .
"'"".-- s junvs, ,r,, iwesKieni ana nuruser;
JOMph 11. Cantr, utasurer and Mcrtlary. DircUors t
lloni. Charles K. Iluhouaild II. A. I- Cantr: ll.n.v
May, auJitor. ,t
) CurM-iWrr, Mjmr Maker Hint Cuulkrr
No. a Qu.n Street (Ulow Honolulu Iron Wo.k.)
Driilcr In ChiiUrtt Httf, Vrnl, Mullou, Kir,
No. 4 (Juren Street, Fish Market.
Family n. ihippinj orders carefully attended to.
Use Stock funishl l Vcxcle U iiujn Dotk,,
Veeul Us of all kluds xipftml lo order.
iRlkPHOkl No. l.
W S. GRINBAUMJk Co.
kw;xrer anil M'holrntlr Itrnlrrt (m Urn-
Maeee'e IIuxe-.. ,.qi rem Street, IIonoiuiu
W S. GRINBAUM ft C
t'urirurU I hi owl C'mmmUtloH Htrtkmlt,
14 Cjhiorkia St., San Feanciko.
Spts-ial (aohtles toe rjmI LortiuUf attciiijdii tuLJ 14
aKWiM44a iA i.laa.1 podsic
ChmmimitHr flilrr Maiivfarlurf,
N ) Ijuma Street , ... Honolulu
11ms IteElihliiritKniing Ui U tut sale a ttl st
BciHkBAaW tlRH"l rreiJ eVe.
0EsrREBsEysi sVasVtEnREEjNVsA Wpt
1 w im cy. 1 ynkn tut tM uUm
iriifriiiiHAir, itfirrhr, I'.nurilrrr, mnl
Nn. 111 Fort Street Itovoi.t-Lr
All orders fatthln.ljr etecutetl. s
r AwnnNcs a frekth,
Plans n.f F.stlmsles furlyMie.1 for Wotks of Con
struction. Cinl Knirlneerinir nn.t .vvtn tir.m
ernrof llatrkauwila and Kllsnea sirens, riest door
iu " uiriiianii ltisk warrnouse,
p. o. lias toi. ,,A,r
llnol mnl ShurinilKrr,
Hoofs and Sliies made In Outer.
No. 1,4 Fort St.. orroMTR Pahtiieiin Starit.
TJOLLISTKR ft Co.,
niinlrmllr mnl llrtnll rn,.l ,,,( .
Na 30 Niii'anu Strtpt IIonoiulu
I'nirllral I'lilmt, ,-,, fjt rittm mnl Co,.
Xo. 18 Nuuanu Street IIonoiulu
Particular allenlinn tiftt.l ,i tl.a !.. .. t .!.
Springfield (las Machine. ,
P H. OEDING,
Krprrt mnl llrnininii.
Freight, Packages and lUejane delnered 10 nn.1 from
nil iart(or Honolulu an.1 vicinity. Careful at
tention twid to movine Fiirnilure. with
WAGONS KXPI1F.SSI.V FOR '1 UK PURPOSF.,
leleihone 86 i Residence 135 Punctilio) street.
Office, 86 King Street. - ,,
PHILIPS ft Co.
ImimlrrA mnl llholrmlr, tlenlrri In Vtolli-
Intl. limit, .Short, llilln, Jlrn'M l-'nr-
nlnlihit lloiult, liuif! Ilooiln, Me,
No. 11 Kaahumanu Street Honoi ulii
pHARLES T. GUUICK,
Solm-U I'iflillr, Ati"l In InKr Aeknolrila-
mrnln In Ijilmr I'onlrnrln, mnl
llnnrrnl Huilumi Awnl,
Office In Makee- IlLxk, at corner (Juren and Knahu
HI.UIU Him,, iionoiuni a.,y
O J- LEVEY ft CO.,
irifrii l; Ili-lnll (Irorrrt.
Fort Street IIonoluu
Fresh pocerles and proiisions of all kinds on hand and
receued recularly from Kurojie and America wliich
svill tie snl.l al iI.m L..u...t ...n.L.i ....
(kkxIj delimed to wiy mrt cf the city fife of clwiree.
given to tfie name.
'r""11 ""iisVHcu atiu prontl Attention will
ONG LEONG ft CO.,
IrriiM for Momnil .SnUiir, Valium, H!rr
Anil Kailua Kice Plantation nn.l Mill
Nuuanu Sirfet Corner Marin.
pHEO. II. DAVIES ft Co.,
(I.stk Ianion, Green ft Co,)
Jwiiorlrrnmitf CViiifiafu .Mrirtimit,.
Ltojd'sand the I.tvcrpool Underwriters,
.ntisli anitForciRii .Marine Insurance Compauy, and
Isorthern Assurance Company. ,
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
iMniRTERSAMi Dealers in
HooIm, Short, I'nrnlthlnu llnoiln, llnlM,
CVrjw, Ti-iiiiI.m, full,.
Perfumery and Soaps, VV'i.liham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc..
Cohnpr Fort ano Mfkchant Steebtr, Honolilu
r E. WILLIAMS,
lUroETER A hi J DeaLBR IN
rninltmr of Krrrn Dmrrliillun. Aim,
Uiiholttrrrr mnl Miliiufiirtttrri;
Furniture VArrrnrtm Vn 1.. L'n.. C..-.t ,' I
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All ordcr'promi.lly
OHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Imjiorlrr mnl llrnlrr hi llrnriiil Jler
rlimnllmi: Quest Strrkt Honoi ulii
VlJll Knalnrrr mnl Contactor for the Con-
nlinrllni, of Itilllromlm,
Mills, landini-s, Iron, Wooden nnd Coinllnalion
Indies, Viaducts and Supension llridgct
for Cano Flumes.
N0104K Fort STRrr.T Honolulu
MRS. LEON IlEJHAN Promelle
NumBR64 Hotel Street,
.1fr.l Srrrcil of All four, of tl.r ,,,
Nn.l ,..... r... .....!.. 1 1 .... . ..
1. r . i,;Eu"" i-jjcrs. ine amy sunn.
bte private room in town for Ladiev
TT HACKFELD ft Co.
Ilrnrriil C'limnttttlou A,t
Queen Street Honolulu
pD. HOPFSCHLAEGER ft Co.
Iiiilmiirr mnl CommUtlon Mrrchmil,.
Honolulu Oahu, II. I.,
IIOPP ft Co., 74 King street.
miirlri-0 11 ml Mnmifurtnrm of Kerry
jirtriiiiiiui, of furniture.
Til THE IUIEJJ-Trimminus, Tassels, Gimps, Silk
Curd in every slude-Parlor Sels resluired.
mv....l .W.I..I...4 An. I ...! .1 ...
new, Maltrvsses re-made and
cleaued at short
We ar nni..! t.ir Ah,I... u..ul ...I t .
-- . - .-. i....... wwifc Mu inundate
QILLINGHAM ft Co.
tmiiorlrrt ami Itrulrrt In llnrtlintrr, Cil
Paint, and Oils End General Men lundise.
No. 37 FortStreut Honolulu
W. PEIRCE ft Co.
Mhli Chmnllm uml Vommlflun Met
Honolvlv, Hawaiian Islamic,
Asentt for llrand's Guns and Ilotnli I-at-- iml l-r.
ry llasls' Pain killer,
VI7-M. G. JRWIN ft to.
Huyar t'nrlnrt mnl I'h.iiihIm.Ioi, Aftnls.
CLAtSSmiCKELS. U. G. WN.
J P. ADAMS,
tutilonrrr mnl CammUtlun Merchant,
Qi'resj Street , Honolulu
P A. SCHAEPBR ft Co.
Imimrlert mnl CoutmlitloH MrrrmfHli,
Merchant Stutr. Honolulu
ILDER ft Co.
lumber, I'u I lilt, Oil; X11IU, ami Hull.llug
MnltrUU if every 1 1 nil.
Cue. Fort anbQueew Sr ., , . .Honolulu
f WILLIAMS ft Co.
101 ano ioa Fort Street. ,.. ... ..Hoeolhu
ISslurvaof all stxca ao4 kinds nude la oriicr, End
ffame t all dctluiwut uiu4artfjy ou baad. Also
CunXi. Stvctii Evl CuriotHiw iA the Paafc
Brlert lw .MtauWr t J M limit HuU.I.
Ink MulrrUtl. ftlnU, Wit, KmUt, elr,,
IIONAH-l-LU, H. I-,
ACEEIE OP W4SWUSEM
u.l.i..l ir-! . sy., t-.s! Mmrt ETMaa
ww, vw, MIHS. BSI J WH
At EsuUassta't WifL ' "
linnnrlrrt of llrnmil Mrrchnmllte from
I'tmire, I'.iiiilmnt, llermmin mnl
the I'nllnl Stutr,.
Nil aMRRCIIANrSTRRKT HoNOtULP
II liolr;lte tlrie-rt,
ti8ANini8l.AtiroRmA Street San FRANtmn.
Partlculir aitemlon uld 10 nlHn an.1 ulilpptni Is
lind orders, " ,
I YONS ft LEVEY,
.liironeri nii foiiniiltiltni .Vrrchmilt,
tipAVER nutK, Qt'REN Street, Hiinoi uli .
Sales of Furniture, Slock, Real F state ami General
Merchandise promptly attended in. Sole agents foe
itiosii'wi bihi i.iirojieAn niercnsnuise. II. LYONS,
"VT 1l.J. pl
po. C. ROVVB,
lloute uml .Slim Viilntrr,
Pacer Hanopr, ett,,
N(o7 Kino Hirekt .HoNOtiii-
J4 Kino Street HONoitiu
Imjiorter of American Jewelry of every descrip
tion (lormrilyol San Francisco, California.) 30
T EWERS ft COOKE,
(P(CPssorto I.pwprscV I)i:kson,)
linnm-lm unit Drnlert In l.innl.rr mnl nil
klmlt of Hull, III,,, .Miitrrlitlt.
Fort Street llnNmi'LV
JUT W. McCHESNEY ft SON.
l.cnlliri,' llltlrt, ,r,i Imr mnl Hummltmlon
Assents for the Royal Soap Company.
No. 4a Queen Strpet Honolulu
r C, COLEMAN,
lllilcl.-tnillli, .Vnchlnltl, Viirrlniie II nrl.,
PJantitlon Mnchlnen', etc Shop on Kin- Street,
nest to Cnsllc H Cooke s. ,
Tin, t.'oinrr mnl Shell Trim Worker,
.Sliirrt sin, Hmiyri.
of all kinds, PlumlcrV stock nun melals, house furnish
ing j-ouds, cliamtellers, lanis, etc
No. 8 Kaahumanu Street Homhllu
T M. OAT ft Co.
.Siilliinihrr, Vliia" "f nil Drtcrliillont
niiiili mnl rentitrril.
Honolulu , , . 1
l.oft In A. F. Cooke'f new fireproof building, foot ol
Nuuanu Street. 3B
I'loiirrr Strum t'limli Jlmiiifiirlnru mnl
Honolulu . , k
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook, ami Itaker.
Number 71 Hotel sliest, t-etwetlV Fort and Nuuanu
- ENGLING ft Co.,
Tlntinltht mnl I'liimlirrt, Itmlrrt In
.Store, Itnntt", Tin,
No, 3 Nliianu Street Honolulu
T W. GIRVIN,
tjomiiilttlon Merchant mnl (liliriul Jlenler
lit !, Gooilt,
Wailuku, Maui , I
Groceries, Hnnlwnre, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Pctfumer) nnd Glassware. ,
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Strum i:njhtr, loltrr, Stifnr Mill,
VontrfHt fron, Unit. uml l.nul i'ukthttlH.
IIOSOU'IU ... 11, I
Machinery -uf evcr deription in-ide to on.r.
oibunn Hiiiimuu 'sill. III tlllip IJiaVkSIIIHIIlII,
Job woik executed on the hurtcu notice 10
THOS. G, THRUM.
IkiroKTiNn ani) Manupactuhinq
tStnttuttri; Xrivn A ye lit, Vrtutvr, lluoh
AndpuUMierof theSArUMUAV I,nti;5,and A.WA
an Almanac and ftmmimt, .Mcrflwiit Hreet. 1)ca1
er in Hnc sSt.ninery, llools Mukic, luyx and Fancy
CJ001U, For (.trt-cl. nar Hotel, llonolnlu.
A S, CLEGHORN & Co. .
Importer uml JirtitrtM in ilrnrrut .17 r.
rhmnUtte, Corner Queen and Kwhununu Street!, Honolulu.
OLLES ft Co.
Shi j I'hniiillrit mnl Voinmlttlon Mrrrhmitt
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
Imicriersand Dealers in General Merchandise, t
JT P. BURGESS,
Cnrienter mnl lliillilrr.
All kinds of Jobbing promuly attended to.
Teleldione No. 130, Williamson's Kspress Office.
Simr, Na 84 Kin; Sirret Honolulu
T A1NE ft Lo.
Importers and dealers In Hay, Grain and General
E. MclNTYRE ft BROTHER,
Ororertl mnl Veril More,
Cue. Kino ano Fort Stu Honolulu
JUKS. A. M. MHLL1S,
Vnthloniiblr lirett mnl Clunk Milker,
No. 104 FortKtrret HrikoLUlU
A L. SMITH,
Smimrlrr 11ml Itrnler In lllnttirnrr,
Merlilrn Silver-Vlnteil Wurr,
No. 44 Fort Strut Honoia'iu
, Klnc's C-rubliullor Speitatles and Kyeilasses.
Lusual VV ire VV aie, I amy noaiis. Picture Frames, Pis
tols, Wosienholm't I'wckcl Cutlery, Powder, Shoe and
.immuniiion, LUik s p,puul Us4lon, Jlliiiw (d, all
kinds of MuIium! Nedl "ik.me.tic" Paper Fashions,
S.w ausnt of the univrrsaltr acklsowledtfcd Ught.
Kunninf Domestic Sewing Machine.
"IIB GERMANIA MARKET,
I'vOROlUlV, II, I.
Herf, I'm', 'Vuf'oo, ImimIi, 1'osilry
ConsUMly on hand,Vnd of cliulsesl uiulily, Potk
Sausaies, llolosius, etc, always 00 hand. Our mean
are all cut and put up in Latlern )ks. A- orders
MHu.uiirM.seuu.usu, anuufflivcrcu many pais Ol ine
city. Shop on Hotel Si 1 set, Letwnn Union and Furl
ssrtcis. Uo.(il If, KAUI'P, l-rupnstor.
The RitderslElied vtould musl ,eictfully TtoSiy tht
puUtc llul U lias UajiIj out Mr. , vfs's Uieresi ia lU
above warkel and that ke is prspaiedlo furnish the Lest
Park, VmI me4
11i rsarkel aTunis, al lU lovrU rales.
IK (IKOKCi: (ikAV,
IV4JOI ICi All irsoiss ar hereby waneti ajraussl
li slNMlim or iicsbAskimi ia asty wy upon ilw
livW ike KAWAILOA RANCH COMPANY in
WtUlua, UxdeisJ by the Ofssuiks treek ar) the W.
use river, without tiui rARsrfsst u ir uiwicruEisetL
Honolulu, Auesi 9, ill 3.
as. iiL.n.4Jrs., Malu
Al lU Annual alrclloj U the KtskLuUen iA I he
Pc4sV Syar Mill bsld llds.Uy, tk. UMuwuhTwh
tlntwi oris era kr Ibe tMiif,d sear,
'. A. IsRSUli, ETEsUuK
I. HoTlsKi, 1imu
j. M. PATV.A-drW,
HosvJsvV.,OstuUr,7,iM M. MtNj.
Whole Numher 165
nisimp ft Co.
Merchant Strprt HnNoii-it-.il
Draw Kschante mi
IheORII.NrALIIANK lc.rprRi!no.M Umlmi.
And their llranthes In
HONOKONO, SVDNi:Yr MM.IIOUKNK.
llaams1 aJL""iil iiitif: luiiitmt.
f OSEPII B, WISEMAN
Ke.if V.ttnle llrnker mnl .'.ii.oimeol
. HllNOLIltf, t,
il.l- . . T",iF""'"t'1 w"?',nJ rall leasee
f.,l riVi1"11 ,;"""' !'' K "it'l"". Fmployment
f mnd for Ibo. Meklnif k In all ih satfcusbi.whes
of husmess rjonnM-teo- will, these l.l.nds, l.rBl doni.
ment. drawn, ll.lls lAJIecled, IU..V. ami Amr!.. iT, .
ivlrT1 "m", ",k tr:""""- I'Atfoiuse .dicltes'l.
lminisslons moilerAte. ,
Q W. MACPARLANH ft Co.
tinmitrr mnl fommlttlon Merchant.
Cor. Fort and Queen Striets ,.V. Honolilu
T he Gtiii;w and Honolulu l.lnerf Packet v
John I ay-ft Csi. ' I.iverpoi.1 Line of Parlrl.
Hie VV Ailapit Plantation.
.'?'? sl-""er I'lanLstlon, Hilo.
llakaliu Plantation, Hilo.
Mirlees, -ail ft Watson, Sucar Company.
ITie PuuVnn Sheep Ranch Cormiany.
iji;r ' .
QASTLE ft COOKE,
Slill,),ln mnl t'oiiimlttlon Merchant;
No. 80 KinoStreet Hiinoi 01 u
lllrORTFRI Atll OEAIERS IN
The Hitcliciick ft Compans's I'lanlaiion.
Ibe Alesaiidcr rs Ilsldwin 1'l.inlaliou.
R. Halslead, orVVaLilua Plantation.
A. II Smith & Company, Koloa, Kaiul,
J. M. Alesandcr, Haiku, Maul.
The Haiku Suear (inwny.
'I he Kolula nucar Com,uny.
Hie Union Insurance Lomiuuiyol 'San Franirsco.
l iJi'y 'li1";1 '-lf I'ran Compiny of lloston'
he Jllale Manuficlurliis Coinnvof lloston.
U. M. Weston's I'nlrttl rv..i.ir,...i.l SI..L:
,n New V'oik and Honolulu Peckel Line.
ue.Mertnanrs lan, Honolulu and San Francisrj
J,'.'-, J'i "" Son' telebraled Medicines.
Vilcos GiUi'tSinsrr Manufaclurini Omiiarty.
VVIwler VVd-Jewini Machines.
T-ENNBDY ft Co.,
Wholesale, nnd Retail Orooors,
No. 6; Horn Street.
(Campbell Fire-proof lluildds)
Perth (lomlt Conl In mill 1 ou'lhe irirj.
Island Mutter always 011 hand.
Telephone, No. aao. 1 5. if US'' -
TNO. O. FOWLER ft Co., "
Are jiir,,rril to fnrnhh i'lant ami Jttll
nmlet for Steel
rOKTAllM: TRAMWAYS. $' "
With or without Cars and Locomotives, Specially
ADAPTT.D FOR SUOAR PIjVNTATIONS.
Pcrnuneul Railways, and Ixomoliies and cars, Trac.
Ihm 1 nn.n.. .n.l 0..l f .. . .
..... ...,.... .u nuau Aju-oiuoiives, nieam
1 kiUEliiinz and Culnvatln,; Machinery, Port
able Kncines for all purpo.es, Winiling
, Enine or inclines.
Ill Sl-slTlisa wtll. llli,.l..ll... tl. It .1
..-..-u. .s.. iiil-.uiisiiii, a) I spirit AIIU l'IMJtl-
.-...! 1.1 m.: 'u7 miii ami .-tiacnincry may lie wen
Swuw'itt imkT$ntd' W.UfiRKKN nd
U U. MALI-AKIANU ft LO., Aenu for InojKow
.. .. . (ir.o.vt :
' '-. jh
THE' MONTAGUE RANGE
FORSCTIING IN BRICK.
. K.Vrt I, IS II CO.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Street Honolulu
Sole acents for these Islands.' The liest cooling up.
Isiratus for the Plantation, Hotel or Family, '
RANGES ft FIXTURES such as
Hot imier llallrrt,
Urate Hart, Ktc
Always In stock.
F.splicil direcliuiis for selling up aclompany every
Cimilaii anJ J'rici-t on afflieallen. uj-qr,-
1 - . . ,.
AT THOMAS G. THRUM'S
lORT.STKKirr snoiu:, iihkwkr.s iii.ock,v
CAN RE JIIUNU A PL'll. ASSORTIIPNT HE
Fin ud Commercial BUtioaary,
IIINSII1IN0 IN PART OP
Jfole. Utler, Cap, LeEal and Hill Paper,
Gold, Sleel and IJulll Pens,
Illicit WtiiiiiE ami Coiiyinif Inks,
Carmine, Violet and lllue inks,
l)iaoir. FaUr's, Gullnetk's and GruMberger
Pencil, I'enhuldst,, Wood, HuMwr, Celluloid
v, tA Cork,
Papclriles. Vlttllnf Cards,
tap, Letter, Note ami Menu Tablets and illuskl
in Manila and line par-er.
SIOAKES- AUTOMATIC MIADINU PKN
IN SEVERAL SUES,
Vers Useful In Ornamental Wo
INK POVVIIF.RS, VARIOUS COLORS,
POR t'SR WITH THE SAME,
Pass, Memo, Tliiw, Older. Keielpt, Eaertlse and
Msnns (Manila) anil iiewh (while) Cop,!u( paper.
Illauk Hooks In Vsiloui Sues and St, let of iliiHtlnE.
ScUl or estra large books made up to order frcsu
WF.SiQN'S LINKN RKCORl) PAPKk,
r curRiENr roirioN woreuen,
In Any Style Ilesired.
Paper Riilaa; of tha Most CorapUcated PtlUra
PAITHPULly tXRCUITO. ''
AKUI.I. LINK OF FUT PAPERS,
pjsistaraly In Stuk,
MUSIC, JIAGAZINI--N PERIODICALS, UW
m m Mutrt Katie to rt.14,
Willi Plaia, Sp.ii.klsd, CoUed, Marlied or Gdllde.
tw4ot;Tapb Fiftine anJ I HS(rsouts,
AuUavapJ) Rod Phuso. AUnuns, Ssup Hjoks.
loUil Wusk. pious an.1 W ntusglVssks.
ATlt4)pcAfrsud and unfraascct,
A Hm JaMU al PrWa WnkJa j Cwsta,
PusIsmJ, KilU.y tuM MUalsWasmM iou..
ONE VERV EVrtRKM
JswMm Um Twsai. gt, CtrngU. m
OKDIR FKOM TMK OrMKR MpLAka.
PAITHPVUV .riuwi , sf,
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