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Til i: MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, I0i:i.
Daniel Kennedy, the New York auc
tioneer, was talking about n collec
tion of French snuffboxes thnt had
old too low.
"You ask why the owner sold them
bo low?" said Mr. Kennedy. "Well, he
sold them low because he had to.
Toverty compelled him. It Is like the
etory of the little boys with the green
ribbons In their conts. The schoolteach
er Interrogated these little boys to see
what their knowledge of Irish history
" Tatrlck,' she began, 'why are you
wearing a green ribbon today?
" 'Because It's the anniversary of the
great and good St. Tatrlck, ma'am.'
" 'Very well. And you, Michael, why
are you wearing a green ribbon?'
" 'Because St. Patrick Is Ireland's pa
tron saint, ma'am, and green Is Ire
" 'Good! And now, Solomon Eckhnrd
steln, tell us why you In your turn are
wearing a green ribbon?'
" 'Because, ma'am, Fat and Mike and
Denny said they'd bust me snoot if 1
didn't' "Washington Star.
Smile when luck Is breaking wrong.
Chant a snatch or two of onp.
Cheerfulness will keep you strong
Where discontent will full.
Tours Is not the hardest lot.
Make the most of what you'vo got
Bmllo a bit, for klcklng's not
A thing that will avail.
Smile though dark and long the day.
Knowing it's the only way
You can win out In the fray
And conquer adverse lurk.
If you wear a smile of cheer.
Push ahead and persevere.
Riding rough shod over fear
And showing grit and pluck.
Let the other fellow frown
Who admits that he Is down.
You may never gain renown.
But smile and life's worth while.
Laughter makes the heart beat your.g.
The pessimist will die unsung.
But you can be a man among
Men if you only smile.
C. P. McDonald.
Roasting a Prince.
The old Thatched House club was a
favorite resort of Sheridan, the great
playwright. One frosty day when lie
was sitting there writing a letter the
Prince of Wales came In and ordered
a rump steak and a bumper of brandy
and water straight away. Having
emptied the glass In a twinkling, he
called for a second and a third and
aid, puffing out his cheeks, "Now I am
t warm and comfortable; bring me my
The order was Instantly obeyed, but
before his highness hnd eaten the first
. mouthful Sheridan presented him with
J the following Impromptu:
The prince came in and said 'twas cold,
Then putto his head the rummer
Till swallow after swallow came.
When he pronounced It summer.
From "London Clubs, Their Histo
ries and Treasures," by Ralph Nevlll
To Make Him Eligible.
Mike Garrity, once state senator for
a Chicago district, had a constituent
Whom he wanted to place and for
whom, he bad no position. He decided
to try James A. Sexton, postmaster,
and took bis charge along In tow. The
representation was made that the ap
plicant was not suitable for clerical
work, but could safely attend to any
old kind of an odd Job. Mr. Sexton de
murred. "I hold those places for crip
. pled veterans." he said. "Come along,
Dlnny," observed Gnrrlty, "we'll go to
the butcher shop and I'll chop a wing
Two Englishmen visited China last
year, and after finding quarters In
King Po hired sedan chairs to make a
call on an official to whom they had
letters. It was very hot, and as there
was no ventilation inside the sedans
the travelers after a while asked the
bearers to raise the roofs. This, to
their surprise, the bearers flatly refus-
Ved to do, and the Englishmen, highly
Indignant, were forced to take off the
X They soon found their chairs follow
- . .d by a booting crowd of natives that
'Jj -elled Into hundreds as the Journey
continued. The Englishmen felt rath
er nervous, especially in view of the
, unsettled state of certain districts in
China, but they arrived safely at their
destination and got out. The crowds
following them looked disappointed.
Kather .worried and puzzled they made
Inquiries of their host.
"To ride In a rootless sedan," was
the explanation given them, "Is the
distinctive mark of a criminal going to
execution, and as the usual place of
execution la near the south gate the
people thought you two 'foreign devils'
were going to have your heads taken
Off and followed Joyously to see the
Hit Masterpiece. ,
The young novelist bad had a tough
time of It, as hud his dear wife. She
held his talents In poor esteem and of
ten urged him to try something else,
for Bhe was sometimes hungry and nil
the time 111 clad. Hut one day his luck
changed. He begun to muke money.
And there came a day when he was
able to write his check for $100 and
pass it to his wife.
Her eyes filled with tears as she
f read It
"Wllllbrand, darling," she said as she
hastened around the table and put her
arm about his neck. "I'll take back all
.- the mean things I ever said about your
' work. This Is the best thing you ever
wrote.1 Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Dainties That Are Grateful In Warm
The materials needed for pineapple
bavnrlose nre a can of sliced pine
apple or a luilf can of sliced and a
half can of grilled pineapple, one-third
package of gelatin, ono-tblrd cup of
cold water, the juice of hnlf a lemon,
two-thirds cup (scant) of sugar, two
cups of double cream, one dozen pis
tachio nuts nnd two dozen candled or
maraschino cherries, says Table Talk.
Split the slices of pineapple, then cut
each In halves nnd use to line the bot
tom nnd sides of a mold holding five
cups. Soften the gelatin In the cold
water, dissolve In one cup of hot pine
apple (either the grated or the sliced
made fine and mixed with the sirup in
the can), add the sugar anil lemon
Juice nnd stir ove Ice water until be
ginning to set, then add half the cher
ries and nuts, chopped, and fold in one
cup and a half of the cream, beaten
solid. Turn Into the lined mold. When
in , v tv J
& y : v is"
CANDIED GRAPEFRUIT PF.E1 PINEAPPLE
cold nnd set unmold and decorate with
the rest of the cream, beaten solid, and
sprinkle with the rest of the chopped
cherries and nuts.
Candied Grapefruit Peel.
Wash the outside of the grapefruit,
cut the fruit In halves and remove the
pulp In the usual manner to serve In
glass enps. Cut the skin in halves
again nnd pull off all the membrane
without disturbing the white part of
the rind. Cut the rind in strips with
scissors. The strips should be less
than half an Inch wide. Weigh the
prepared peel. Take enough cold wa
ter to cover the peel. To two quarts
add one-fourth cup (scant measure) of
salt; pour this over the peel and let
stnnd twenty-four hours. Drain, rinse
In cold water nnd set to cook in a fresh
supply of wntor, drain and renew the
water. Let cook from four to six
hours, or until the peel is very tender.
Take the weight of the peel in sugar
and half the weight In water. The
water In which the peel was cooked
may be used If not to salt. Boll to a
sirup, ndd the peel and let simmer un
til the sirup is almost absorbed. Set
aside to cool in the sirup; reheat a lit
tle, remove with n silver fork to o
plate of granulated sugar, roll In the
sugar and drop on a piece of table
oilcloth. Orange peel may be prepared
In the same manner. '
Spinach, containing as It docs a
large amount of iron, can scarcely be
Ignored ns u valuable spring vegeta
Rhubarb Is rich in oxalic acid, which
does much to tone the system.
Onions contain much nutrition, but.
are most valued for their pungent oil,
which Is rich in sulphur.
Asparagus, cabbage, cauliflower and
celery are chiefly valued for their min
eral salts and for the bulk, variety and
relish they give to the diet
Cabbage contains a great deal of
sulphur and for this reason frequent
ly causes flatulence. Cauliflower, which
Is of the same family. Is more easily
Celery Is said to be more digestible
cooked than raw.
Be?U, carrots and parsnips all con
tain a large perceutapo of sugar. Car
rots and parsnips when young and ten
der are very nutritious.
Spring Blossom Luncheon,
If ever a luncheon table Is dainty
and alluring it Is la the spring, when
the tirst of the eany blossoms have
appeared and can Le utilized as table
Sometimes, without prejudice to the
menu, it is possible to carry out all
the dishes In approximately the color
scheme of the flower used In the table
Tuli s nre particularly springlike, and
for tin.- amateur decorator good ef
fects are more easily obtained with
them tliau with many blooms of less
distinctive type. For instance, they
can be arranged in a bed of green built
up over wet sand covering a circu
lar enumel tray. The green is of sod
or moss-, and the tulips are most ef
fective if arranged for a centerpiece,
as if trow in? in this with severul
inches of green between each posy.
A little white sugar In hot water
two lumps to a basinful la sufficient
stiffening for delicate laces.
Starched clothes, shirts, collars and
cuffs if dried before n bright Are after
Ironing become beautifully stiff.
Let new lamp chimneys come to the
boiling point In water and then let the
watw cool around them. They will
not be so Uuble to crack is this Id
Books bound In leather may be fresh
ened by using eijual quantities of white
of egg and water beaten together. Ap
ply this with a soft flannel clotb and
poiWh when dry.
T'i the Owners ami
All persons claiming an interest in the
premises beinafter described:
The KAIU'IAI RAILROAD COM
l'ANV, a railroad corporation duly
chattered and existing under tlu laws of
the Territory of Hawaii, and having, in
accordance 'villi such laws, acquired
power to exercise the rgbt of eminent
domain under Sirlioti 7,5 n ;!u" Revised
I, avis of the TeriiU iy o! H.i.w.ii, hereby
gives notice, in accordance with t'.ie pro
visions of Act b(i of the Session Laws of
the Territory of I lawaii of 1909, to said
owners nnd unknown persons claiming
in interest in said properly hereinafter
kscribed ol its intention to apply to A.
11. M. Robertson, ICsq., thief Justice of
Hie Supreme Court of the Territory of
Hawaii, for the appointment of ap
praisers to fix the amount of coinpensa-
ton to lie paid to the owners, or others
having an ink rest in said property, for
the procrty I he condemned.
The property sought to be condemned
is situated ill l'.mweia, ill the District of
Il.ini.ikuaioa, Island ami Cuimty ol Maul,
Territory of Hawaii, and being Land
Commission Award 6510L, Royal l'atent
2 1 S 1 to Kit, and described as follows:
All that certain parcel of laud situated
at Haiku, Hamakualoa, Island of Maui,
T. II., bei.tg a part of that portion of
Grant 21S1, Apiina 2 to Uu which lies in
Waiaama Gulch on the line of the Kahu
lui Railroad Company, and bounded and
described as follows, to wit:
Commencing nt a driven iron pipe at
the northwest of Grant 5259, Apana No.
2 to Kiimakaen ami running; by magnetic
bearing as follows:
S. 340 uo' V. 123.5 feet to a driven
iron pipe; N. 650 30" V. i(f,.S feel to a
driven iron pipe; N. 7;o 00' W. 7.0 to a
driven iron pipe; N. 5S0 K. 123.0 to
a driven iron pipe; S. 070 45' 1C. 109.6 to
the point of beginning, and containing
The time and place at which such ap
plication will be made is at the Cham
bers of the Supreme Court, in Iirewer &
Company's building, l'orl street, Hono
lulu, iii said Territory, at 10 o'lock a.
in., on Monday, the 3rd day of March,
This notice is given in consequence of
the said owners anil other persons hold
ing an interest in said premises not ac
cepting the offer of said Railroad Com
pany to purchase the same for a value
set forth in said offer.
Dated January nth, 1913.
KAHL'LUI RAILROAD COMPANY,
lly Its President, 1'. 1 H VLDWIN.
Jan. II, IS, 25, l-'eb. 1.
Iua Una nine
Na poo a pan e koi una he kuleana
iloko o ka waiwai i lioakakaia niahope
O ka HUI ALAIIAO KAHUIXI. he
hui alahao i hoohuiia a e liana nei ma
l.i'.o o nu kanawai o ke Teritori o Hawaii,
a i loaa, i kulike me in man kanavai, ka
maua e hoohana aku i ka polio aina kie
kie, ma keia ke ho-jlaha ia aku nei, i ku
like ai me ka mauao o ke kanawai bo o
11a Kanawai o ke Teritori o Hawaii, kau
o 1909, ina Oua i oleloia ame 11a poe i
ike oleia e koi ana he kuleana iloko o ka
waiwai i oleloia i lioakakaia niahope iho
nei 1 kona mauao e noi aku ia A. G. M.
Robertson, Hm., Luuakauawui Kiekie o
ka Aha Kiekie o ke Teritori o Hawaii,
no ka hookohu ana mai i poe Luna hoo
holo waiwai no ka hooholo aua i uku e
uku ia aku ai i na Oua, aiide uia poe e
a'e t loaa he kuleana iloko o ka waiwai i
oleloia, no ka waiwai e hoahewaia aku
O lea waiwai i inanaoia e hoahewaia
aku aua, aia ke waiho la ma P.iuwela,
malok'j o ka Apana o Hamakualoa, Moku
puni a Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii,
oia hoi ke Kuleana 6510L, Palapala Sila
Nui 21S1 ia Ku, a i hoakaia penei:
"O kela Apana Aina a pa u Ion e waiho
la ma Haiku, Hamakualoa, Mokupuni o
Maui, T H., he nialiele hoi no keialiapa
oke Grant 21M Apana 2 ia Kue waiho la
ma ke Awawa o Waiaama" uia ka laina
0 ka Hui Alahao o Kahului, a penei ka
nine ana o 11a inokuna:
"IC huoinakaana ma ke paipu baoinia
kiaia ilalo 111,1 ka Akau Koinohaua o ke
Grant 5259," Apana He'.u 2 in Kamakaeu
a e holo aua ma ka iliu mageneti penei:
H. 3411 ' K. 123 5kapu.11 i ke paipu
bao i makiaia ilalo; A. 650 30' K. 170.S
kapuai 1 ke paipu bao i makiaia ilalo; A.
770 iKi' K. 7.0 kapuai i ke paipu hao i
makiaia ilalo; A. 5Moy'H. 123.0 kapuai
1 ke paipu hao i makiaia ilalo; II. 070 45'
II. 109.6 kapuai i ke kihi 1 hooinaka ai,
a e ili ana lie 49-100 l'ika.
O ka m. uia w. 1 ame kahi e hauaia ai
keia noi ma 11a keena noia o ka Aha
Kiekie, 111.1 ka haleo Drew er & Company,
Alanui 1'apu, Honolulu, inaloko o ke
Teritori i oleloia, ma ka bora 10 kakahi
akn, l'oakahi, ka la 3 o Maraki, 1913.
I'a hoopukaia keia huolalia niaiinili o
ko na Oua ame kt kalii poe e a'e e pan
nei be kuleana iloko o ka waiwai i oleloia
ae ole ana i ka liaaw i a ka Hui Alahao i
oleloia e kuai lilo mai i ka waiwai no ka
waiwai i'o i hoikeia ma ua noi la.
Hauaia I.tnuari II, iyl 3.
HI I ALAHAO KMIL'LCI,
.Mao Kona l'eresidena, H. 1". HAI.DWIN.
Jan. II, lH, 25, Pel). I.
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
SKALIiD TKNDKRS will be received
by the Maui Loan I'und Commission up
to 10.00 A. M., January 25th, i9 1 3, and
then opened for the construction or fur
nishing of a reservoir'at Paliuli, District
of Makawao, County of Maui, am! fur
nishing a site therefor ill fee simple as
well as a right of wav to and from the
government road for a pipe line, and
furnishing the necessary pipe laid in a
trench not less than three feet ileepjall in
accordance with plans and specifications
oil file in the office of the Maui Loan
rand Commission at Wailuku, Maui,
Territory of Hawaii.
Copies of plans acid specifications and
other information may be bad upon ap
plication to R. A. Wadsworth, Secretary,
accompanied by a deposit of 5.00. for
the return thereof. j
The right is reserve-to reject any and
Tenders must be made on forms fur
nished bj the Commission and must he
accompanied by a certified check amount
ing to not Icsmh.iu 50 ol the amount ol
R. A. WADSWORTH ,
Secretary, Maui Loan l-"und C'onimis
Jan. II, is.
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION.
SKALIiD TKNDKRS will be received
by the Maui Lau i'und Commission, up
to 10.00 A. M., January 25th, 1913, and
then opened for the construction of a
reinforced concrete bridge across Mau
haakina Stream, in the Wailuku District
of the Couuty of Maui, according to plans
and .specifications 011 file in the ollice of
the Commission at Wailuku, Maul, T. II.,
copies of which plans and specifications
together with other information may be
had upon application to R. A. Wads
worth, Secretary. Such application should
be accompanied by a deposit of f5.n0 for
the safe return thereof.
The right is reserved to reject any and
Tenders must be made 011 forms fur
nished by tlie Commission and must be
accompanied by a certified check amount
ing to not less than 5 of the amount of
K. A. WADSWORMH,
Secrelary, Maui Loan I'und Commis
sion. Jan. 11, 18.
IN THIi CIKCL'IT COURT FOR THK
SHCOND CIRCUIT, COUNTY OF
MAUI, THKKITOKY Ol- HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Kstate of NKAU
(w), also known as Mrs. Neau Lauford,
late of Houopou, Hamakualoa, Maui,
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On Reading and Piling the Petition of
W. J. Coelho, of Wailuku, Maui, alleging
that Neau (w), of Houopou, Hamakua
loa, Maui, died intestate at Hamakualoa,
Maui, on the 6th day of September, A.
I). 1912, leaving property in the Terri
tory of Hawaii necessary to be adminis
tered upon, and praying that Letters of
Admistration issue to himself, said W. J.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 17th
day of February, A. D. 1913, at ten
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is appoint
ed for hearing said l'etitiou in the Court
Room of this Court at Wailuku, Maui, at
which time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, If
any they have, why said Petition should
not be granted, and that notice of this
order shall be published once a week for
three successive weeks In the Ml'I
Niiws, a weekly newspaper published in
Wailuku, Maui, the last publication to
be not less than ten days previous to
the time therein appointed for hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, January 41I1,
. , . .;;;;
Third Judge First Circuit Court, Act
ing as Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit, in the absence ol Hon.
S. I!. Kingsbury.
Attest: Sgd.J IC DM UNI) II. II ART,
Jan. II. IS, 25, Feb. I.
Maui Hotel, Wailuku,
Jan. 1st, 1'H.k
I will Lt nt
PAIA -:- Jan. 6th -:- Jan. 1S1I1
WAILUKU-:- Jan. 20th -:- Jan. 25th
PUUNKNK -: Jan. 27th :- Fi b. 1st
Those suffering from their teetli
would do well to make an early
REASONABLE TERMS- RELIABLE
WORK PERFECT SANITARY METHODS
We will pay Ten cents a Quart
fur I'ulitis. At tlu; Wharf in Hono
lulu. II0N0I.I I.f JAM it ClIl TM Y FAiToliY
Commissioner's Notice 01
Siile of Reiil Properly.
Pursuant to an Order made bv the
Honorable Seidell !. Kinsbiirv, Jude
of the Circuit Court of the Second Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, on the 22nd
day of October, 1912. and filed the 2,slb
day of October, 1912, in a suit then
pending in said Court, entitled "Thomas
Brown et al vs. John W. llrown et a!,"
suit for P.irition. and numbered 60,
Kcpiity Division of said Court, the under
signed, as Commissioner will sell at Pub
lic Auction, to the highest ami best bid
der, subject to confirmation of the said
On Saturday, the 25th day of January,
A D. 1913, at 12 o'clock noon of said
day, at the front entrance of the Court
House, at Wailuku, Maui, the following
All that certain tract, piece or parcel
of land situate nt Paeahu, Uliipalnkun,
Maui, described by metes anil bounds as
Commencing at the corner of the w ire
fence on the boundary between Palauea
and Paeahu, on the Makawao Road,
thence N. 6. ij 5 W , 9.2S; N. 2o"2 W.,
3 9"; N.- U' K., 3.92; X. 30 K, ,.;.6.s;
N. 12. ' K., I.S.2.V. S. 75 K., 3S.7S;
S. 15 - N., 31.07; . 75.,'j W., 10.49;
N. 7". ' c W.. 5.9S; N. Ko. V S w., V93;
West 4.9S; S. Si. V c W., S.36 to place
of beginning, including tin urea of 112.7s;
Acres, (area in di ed, 122.75 Acres,) and
being the same premises that were con
veyed to John llrown bv deed of James
Makee and wife, of record in the Ha
waiian Registry of Deeds, in Honolulu,
O .hu, in Liber 34 page -2(1.
TI-.RMS OF SALK: Sale will be start
ed at upset price of f 1S00.00.
Purchase price cash in United States
Cold Coin, and a deposit of in of the
price bid will have to be made by the
purchaser at the fall of the hammer.
Deeds to be nt the expense of the pur
chaser. Dated at Wailuku, Maui, December 2 3
KDMUXD II. HART,
Dec. 2S, 1912, Jan. 4, II, IS, 1913.
Notice of Opening of I'cblic LiimIh
in the District of tltwmikuiiloa,
Islniul oi iM.-mi.
Notice is hereby given to Ii. L. Ward,
L. IC. Case, J. W. II. Schnabel, Robert
K. Hughes, 15. Henderson, McClnren,
John F. Visher, C. G. Livingston, liess
K. Heach, R. Venhui.en, John Vcnhui
.en, Alice Menaugh, M. T. Dayton, M.
Jensen, F". Covington, J. T. Jensen, II.
F. Willard, W. G. Scott, F. J. Johnson,
lvlizabeth W. llrown, L. N. Case, C. II.
Metcalf, J. A. Ttmpleton, Mrs. W. A.
Ramsay, lidwain Hughes, Wilson I'aeg
ler and Cyrus T. Green, and others, if
any, members of the Haiku Settlement
Association, that Lots Xos. 29, 30, 31, 32,
33, 34. 35. 3". 37. 3s. 39. 4", 4i, 45- 4",
47. 4- 49. 5". .. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57
and 58, in the Kuiaha Kaupakalua Tract,
Hamakualoa, County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, will be opened for h mc-
steading in the tollowing manner, in
accordance with the laws relating to
public lauds in the Territory of Hawaii,
subject to withdrawal of any such lots
prior to their selection; such opening
shall be in the manner set forth in the
0 plant to be replaced by larger boilers.
ONE STEEL SAFE,
6" 3" X 4' X 2' 10"
FOR FULL PARTICULARS
Hawaiian Electric Co.,
advertisement of public lands dated
April 16, I912, in respect to the method
of application, drawing, selection, and
other methods, except as follows:
The lots may be taken only by the
Right of Purchase Lease or Cash Free
hold Agreement method. Application
for participating in the draw ing may be
made only by members of said Haiku
Settlement Association, niui shall be
presented to the Commissioner of Public
Lands by ordinary mail, on or before
Friday, March 7, I913; the drawing and
assignment of the order of selection of
lots shall take place at the office of the
Commissioner of Public Lands, Hono
lulu, at 9 o'clock a. m., on Saturday,
March S, 1913; the select-on will take
place at the Circuit Ccurt House, Wai
luku, Maui, at 9 o'clock a. 111., Wednes
day, March 12, 1913.
These lots are subject to the reserva
tions contained in deed of October 27,
1912. recorded in Liber ;,72. p. 238-250;
and deed of Xovember 15, 1912, recorded
in Liber 375, p. 304-3.19; and third deed
dated December 2, 1 91 2; and the right
to construct railways, ditches, pipelines,
Humes, aqm -ducts, and other water
ways, and dams and nservoirs lor the
st. .rage ol water.
For further information, forms, maps,
etc., apply at the office of the Comniis.
sioner of Public Lands, Honolulu, or at
the ollice of the Sub Agent of the 4U1
Land District, W. O. Aiken, Makawao,
JOSHUA I). TUCKKR,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Land Oliice, Honolulu. Dec. 30, 1912.
Jan. 4, 11, iS, 25 Feb. 1, S, 23, Mar. 1,8.
Notice irt hereby ".ivon that I'niit
Kaltianui road will 1 10 closed to
pul 1 if I ra Hie from the 1st day of
I!y orili r of the Hoard of Suikt
virtors, County of Maui.
IVr W E. Hal,
J istrict Overseer.
Harry Arinituge. II. Cusbtnnn Carter
Samuel A. Walker.
Harry Armitage & Co.,
Stock oiid Bonds
Member Honolulu Stock and Iiond
P. O. ltox 6S3. Telephone 2101.
Cable and Wireless Address:
Honolulu Music Co.
Jas. W. Bergstrom, Manager.
88 King Street. Honolulu.
Latest Hawaiian Records,
Victor and Columbia Talking
Macliines, Primatone and
Autopiano Players, Knabe
Pianos. Latest Popular Music,
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